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Resveratrol Health Benefits Questioned by Recent Study

Resveratrol Health Benefits Questioned by Recent Study

June 26, 2014 | by

Numerous studies have shown that resveratrol prevents aging, boosts the cardiovascular system, and more. But one study suggests it doesn’t work at all.

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Monsanto Tries to Patent & Control Natural, Non-GMO Tomatoes

Monsanto Tries to Patent & Control Natural, Non-GMO Tomatoes

June 25, 2014 | by

In an appalling attempt to patent yet another seed, Monsanto has resorted to fraud to try to gain rights to a naturally occurring, disease-resistant tomato.

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4 Ways to Live More Holistically Today

4 Ways to Live More Holistically Today

June 25, 2014 | by

Whether it’s yoga or eating a largely plant-based diet free of pesticides, here are steps you can take to live more holistically and boost your health.

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FDA’s Own Staff Questions New Ovarian Cancer Drug from Big Pharma

FDA’s Own Staff Questions New Ovarian Cancer Drug from Big Pharma

June 25, 2014 | by

Big Pharmal company AstraZeneca wants approval for an experimental ovarian cancer drug, Olaparib. But the FDA’s own staff is questioning the claims.

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Why Low Dose Daily Aspirin for Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention is Bogus

Why Low Dose Daily Aspirin for Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention is Bogus

June 25, 2014 | by

Studies have been conducted on daily aspirin use for two decades. The studies had mixed results, mostly negative. Here is why to think twice about aspirin.

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Good News: Compound in Broccoli Proven to Rid Body of Toxic Pollutants

Good News: Compound in Broccoli Proven to Rid Body of Toxic Pollutants

June 24, 2014 | by

A recent study indicates there is something in broccoli (and it’s sprouts) that can “rapidly” and “sustainably” detox airborne pollutants from the body.

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Tomatoes Found to Help Maintain Weight, Prevent Breast Cancer

Tomatoes Found to Help Maintain Weight, Prevent Breast Cancer

June 24, 2014 | by

Thanks to various nutrients, and phytochemicals such as lycopene, a diet rich in tomatoes may be able to reduce a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.

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Avoiding Toxins in Flame-Retardant Household Products

Avoiding Toxins in Flame-Retardant Household Products

June 24, 2014 | by

Flame retardants are likely in your home, and have been linked to numerous negative health outcomes. Avoiding them can be difficult, but it is possible.

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Study: Sunscreen ‘Not Enough’ to Protect Against Skin Cancer

Study: Sunscreen ‘Not Enough’ to Protect Against Skin Cancer

June 23, 2014 | by

A new study suggests that sunscreen may not prevent some forms of skin cancer at all, but this doesn’t mean you should stop using (safe) sunscreen.

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An Obscenely Obesogenic Food: Sugar Being Revisited by World Health Organization

An Obscenely Obesogenic Food: Sugar Being Revisited by World Health Organization

June 23, 2014 | by

The World Health Organization finally woke from its sugar-induced coma to address the serious health concerns which sugar intake poses upon the world.

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