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Eating Black Raspberries Helps to Prevent Colon Cancer

Eating Black Raspberries Helps to Prevent Colon Cancer

October 17, 2011 | by

If you are searching for a food for a healthy colon, search no further than black raspberries. With colon cancer being the second leading cancer killer in the United States, it is imperative to keep the colon as healthy as possible.

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Antidepressants Make You More Depressed and Trigger Suicidal Thoughts

Antidepressants Make You More Depressed and Trigger Suicidal Thoughts

October 14, 2011 | by

Antidepressants have been shown to amplify depression and cause suicidal thoughts. An increased suicide risk is just one of many antidepressants side-effects. Why chance the antidepressants side-effects when there are safer, natural solutions?

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Weight Loss Improves Memory and Overall Brain Health

Weight Loss Improves Memory and Overall Brain Health

October 14, 2011 | by

Scientists know that overweight and obese people are at a greater risk for memory problems and other cognitive disabilities, but the latest study is one of the first to indicate that substantial weight loss improves memory and overall brain health.

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Smoking Tied to Throat and Stomach Cancer

Smoking Tied to Throat and Stomach Cancer

October 6, 2011 | by

Smokers face an increased risk of certain types of throat and stomach cancers, even years after they quit, a new study finds. Combining the results of 33 past studies, Italian researchers found that current smokers were more than twice as likely as nonsmokers to develop cancer, either in their

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Tea Could Help with Weight Loss

Tea Could Help with Weight Loss

October 6, 2011 | by

With obesity being rampant in America, one might suspect that Americans consume an inferior diet compared to the rest of the world. It’s true, Americans indulge in the worst of foods and seldom consume what is necessary for not only a long-lasting, feel-good life, but also for a healthy, maintained weight. One thing that people could start consuming to burn fat is tea.

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Second-hand Smoke Could Actually Cause Birth Defects

Second-hand Smoke Could Actually Cause Birth Defects

October 5, 2011 | by

Fathers-to-be should stop smoking to protect their unborn child from the risk of stillbirth or birth defects, scientists say. University of Nottingham researchers found that pregnant women exposed to smoke at work or home increased their risk of stillbirth by 23% and of having a baby with defects by 13%.

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Write for Natural Society | Be Instrumental in the Health Revolution

Write for Natural Society | Be Instrumental in the Health Revolution

October 5, 2011 | by

Natural Society has grown as a source of natural health news and information, but our overriding goal remains the same: to inform as many readers as we possibly can about how they can transform the health of themselves and their families through natural yet effective means. We want you to become a part of the health revolution.

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Flu Shot Throws Children into Convulsions Leading to its Ban in Australia

Flu Shot Throws Children into Convulsions Leading to its Ban in Australia

October 4, 2011 | by

Last year Australia noticed a lot of children being hospitalized after having convulsions triggered by the flu shot. Australian health authorities knew of these cases but continued to push the flu shot on every child.

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What to do Before and After Receiving a Vaccine | Helping to Block the Immune Response

What to do Before and After Receiving a Vaccine | Helping to Block the Immune Response

October 2, 2011 | by

There are ways to protect yourself after receiving a vaccination. These methods of protection or reversing the damage work for both serious dangers and immune reactions. Whether you’re experiencing soreness, nausea, vomiting, or dizziness, by taking protective measures you can absolutely dampen if not get rid of the negative vaccine side-effects.

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Toxic Vaccines Supported by Organization Pushing for Stricter Chemical Laws

Toxic Vaccines Supported by Organization Pushing for Stricter Chemical Laws

October 2, 2011 | by

During April earlier this year there was a policy paper condemning the Toxic Substances Control Act issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The paper expressed the AAP’s concern that the TSC Act was not properly regulating the massive amount of toxic chemicals that are currently used in consumer products.

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