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  • MSG Proven Highly Toxic: 1 Dose Causes Headache In Healthy Subjects

    February 9, 2014 - Sayer JiGreenMedInfoFound everywhere as an additive in your food, new research has uncovered that this "flavor enhancer" is extremely toxic, causing a battery of adverse health effects within normal dietary ranges.A new study published in the Journal of Headache Pain reveals that a single intake of ...
  • BPA Exposure and Brain Development

    February 5, 2014 - A few years ago, the world went crazy about BPA in plastics, soup can linings, and other products. And while several products on the market now proudly claim that they don’t contain BPA, several more are still quietly using this deadly product. This chemical disrupts a gene in the body, hampe...
  • Red Alert: GMOs in Your Morning Vitamins

    February 1, 2014 - When genetically modified organisms (GMO) began taking over the market, it was only a matter of time before they started to make their way into “health” foods, and the latest victim is supplements. As of now, the corn grown in the US is at least 80% GMOs, most of which is owned and dist...
  • Antibiotics Abuse and the Creation of Super Bugs

    January 29, 2014 - The unprecedented abuse of antibiotics over the last several decades has created drug resistant bacteria, colloquially referred to as superbugs. Recently, a medical officer out of Britain warned that these superbugs require immediate action, and without such, the growth of untreatable infections cou...
  • Teflon and Other Chemicals Linked to Arthritis

    January 11, 2014 - A joint study conducted between Yale, Harvard, Brigham and the Women’s Hospital recently found that chemicals used in Teflon (specifically known as PFCs), could increase a woman’s risk of developing arthritis, the same exact group that is already natural more predisposed to this health i...
  • Legalizing Raw Milk in the USA

    December 14, 2013 - In America, we’re constantly fed a long litany of propaganda claiming that we’re privy to more rights and freedoms than any other country in the world. The following countries, often regarded as oppressed, allow the sale and consumption of raw milk: Cuba China North Korea Peru Ecu...
  • Why Vaccine Industry Doesn’t Want to Remove Mercury From its Products

    November 25, 2013 - There’s a lot of argument over mercury usage in vaccines and other medications, yet the basic question is always the same: why the heck don’t they just get rid of it? Because it would literally shut down the vaccine industry as a whole. Right now, the United Nations is considering a tr...
  • Secret Viruses in GMO Crops

    March 29, 2013 - As if genetically modified organisms weren’t scary enough, recent reports indicate that there’s actually a viral gene used in GMO crops. Yes, viral as in virus. This report, released by the European Food Safety Authority, found a viral gene that disrupts the biological functions of livi...
  • Why the Flu Vaccine Failed!

    March 26, 2013 - For the first time in several years, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention itself couldn’t do enough creative math to make a case for the flu shot. According to their own data, the flu vaccine was only effective for 9 percent of recipients over the age of 65, which is the primary g...
  • Death By Prescription Drugs in New York

    March 12, 2013 - For over the last decade and a half, the rate of prescription drug overdose in New York City has reached an unprecedented level. And people aren’t getting their oxycontin and other opioids from a street corner: they’re obtaining them with valid prescriptions from less-than-stellar doct...
  • Farmer Takes On Giant Monsanto Grip On World Food Supply

    March 4, 2013 - Someone is finally trying to fight against super-giant, how-are-they-not-a-monopoly Monsanto, and their case is being heard before the US Supreme Court. Brought forth by an Indiana farmer, the case claims that the farmer has rights to the seeds that he planted, despite the fact that Monsanto claims ...
  • 800 Children Harmed By Vaccines (Pandemrix)

    March 4, 2013 - From the day they’re born, children are pumped full of vaccinations, often under false pretenses. The latest evidence against this practice involves a vaccine known as Pandemrix, which was used during 2009 and 2010 in Europe to vaccinate against the H1N1 strain of influenza. The vaccine, crea...
  • Dangers of TSA Body Scanners

    February 21, 2013 - As of late, a rather alarming number of medical professionals and scientist have come forward claiming that the new scanners utilized by the TSA in airports have surprisingly dangerous health implications, primarily due to the level of direct radiation exposure that the scanners inflict, which could...
  • Chemtrails: An Overview and What Are the Risks!

    February 18, 2013 - For the last decade there has been an increase in individual reports, from people all over the globe, seeing trails in the sky left by airplanes. Some are crisscrossing and at times people report that most of the sky seems covered. The term given to this phenomenon is “Chemtrails”. Unti...
  • Molecular Level Scanning in Airports - What Next!

    February 17, 2013 - Airport security has come a long way in the last few decades, and in the next 24 months, the US Department of Homeland Security is planning to take it even further. Utilizing technology developed by Genia Photonics, the new scanners will work on a molecular level, instantly telling TSA agents absolu...
  • The Dangers of GMO Salmon - What to Look Out For!

    February 6, 2013 - What was once the central theme on sci-fi television shows and movies is now slowly but surely making its way to your dinner table, coming first in the form of GMO salmon. In January 2013, the FDA released a statement indicating that it had found genetically modified salmon to have “no signifi...
  • Global Warming May Increase Pollen

    December 24, 2012 - If the melting of the ice caps, shift in climate patterns, and extinction of wild life wasn’t enough of a reason to worry about global warming, those with seasonal allergies may be at risk as well. Dr. Leonard Bielory of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) estimates ...
  • Exercise Better Than Games and Puzzles Against Alzheimer's?

    November 28, 2012 - You’re probably inundated with the benefits of daily exercises at every turn; how it strengthens your body, helps you reach or maintain a healthy weight, tones your muscles, improves your mood, etc. Yet new research indicates that regular exercise can potentially prevent Alzheimer’s, or ...
  • Cannabinoids, Similar in Marijuana, Naturally Occur in Breast Milk

    November 27, 2012 - The human body is rich in various proteins known as receptors, which stimulate different responses in the body to make it function as it’s meant to. One of these is known as cannabinoid receptors, and is specifically designed to process the primary chemical in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (...
  • Pepsi's New 'Weight Loss' Soda... Seriously???

    November 25, 2012 - No matter how hard manufacturers try, there is no such thing as a healthy soda. Yet Pepsi is at it again, trying to say the opposite, with its latest marketing atrocity occurring in Japan, where Pepsi and Suntory began selling weight loss soda on November 13th. This new “healthy” drink ...
  • New Lice Treatment - Single 10-minute Treatment Kills Lice Fast

    November 20, 2012 - Despite technology and medicine advancing in leaps and bounds in the last 50 years, one thing hasn’t changed: lice in schools. Every year, parents live in of these bugs, both due to discomfort for their child and the sheer effort and time it takes to get rid of them. Difficult to kill off and ...
  • Tips for Helping Children Cope with Disaster

    November 17, 2012 - In the aftermath of Sandy, many professionals and individuals are looking to learn something, and how to help our most vulnerable citizens after something so frightening and tragic is something that should be pondered. For a child, understanding why their entire world is upside down can be next to ...
  • New Drug Recall - Ameridose Recalls Thousands of Drugs

    November 16, 2012 - Right after NECC recalled steroid injections linked to the fungal meningitis outbreak, a pharmacy in Massachusetts, Ameridose, recalled thousands of drugs sold to hospitals throughout the United States. Although the two companies are linked, both owned and managed by the same individuals, there doe...
  • Every Bite of Junk Food Damages Your Arteries Study Says

    November 15, 2012 - When people start talking about eating natural, healthy, whole-foods, there’s a resounding chorus among the masses: everything in moderation! A few Doritos or a drive-thru aren’t going to hurt if you don’t do it every day! However, two recent studies beg to differ. One of these w...
  • 7 Servings of Fruit and Vegetables to Maximize Happiness Study Says

    November 13, 2012 - Although everyone says to eat more fruits and vegetables, an actual quantity isn’t usually provided. How much do you have to eat to realize the most benefits? What’s too little? What could be too much? A new study on how fruits and vegetables increase one’s overall emotional wellbe...
  • What You Can Learn From Hurricane Sandy - Be Prepared

    November 12, 2012 - Hurricane Sandy has devastated the east coast, and while there was warning, very few people can ever truly fathom this level of destruction until they’re in the midst of it. And truth be told, everyone is only one natural disaster away from being left stranded without many of the things that w...
  • Chinese Plant Conquers Cancer after 40 Days?

    November 11, 2012 - Oftentimes in the news, the only medical issues covered are research into new drugs and man-made concoctions. Yet steadily and often times quietly, researchers have been looking to the natural treatments used by our ancestors to see what, if anything, may actually be of value given our current scien...
  • Candy for Cows? Desperate Farmers Cut Costs To Feed Cattle.

    October 22, 2012 - Consequences of the drought are already taking effect, although the results are rather interesting to say the least. Due to corn prices soaring, cattle farmers have begun feeding their cows such delicacies as chocolate, gummy worms, sprinkles, hard candy, hot chocolate mix, marshmallows... No, we a...
  • Contaminated Shots Expose Thousands of People to Meningitis

    October 21, 2012 - Here’s yet another example of modern medicine, and big-pharm, doing more harm than good. Recently, 105 cases of noncontagious yet deadly fungal meningitis erupted due to exposure to contaminated steroids. The medical community estimates that upwards of 13,000 people may have been exposed. Bel...
  • The Road to Custom Cancer Care - Growing Mini Tumors

    October 4, 2012 - Scientists recently discovered how to grow mini tumors based on an individual cancer patient’s specific cancer. This makes it possible for doctors to test out various combinations of drugs and treatments in order to find the one that a person’s specific cancer responds to best, without p...
  • Study Shows Antioxidants Lower Woman's Risk of Heart Attack

    October 3, 2012 - The list of benefits of eating a diet rich in antioxidants seems to grow every day, with the latest being a decrease in a woman’s risk of heart attack. A study, published in the American Journal of Medicine, found that women who eat antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables reduced their risk of ...
  • Doctors Claim Stem Cell Transplant Cured HIV In Patient

    September 26, 2012 - Stem cell research is one of the most controversial subjects in science today; however, more and more evidence is showing the benefits of further studies and even utilization. Most recently, there have been claims that a patient out of San Francisco cured his HIV (the often-deadly virus caused by AI...
  • Sheryl Crow Believes Cell Phones Caused Brain Tumor - Researcher Agree

    September 22, 2012 - Fifty-year-old singer-song writer Sheryl Crow revealed that she was recently diagnosed with a benign brain tumor in the exact spot where she often holds her cellphone. As previously discussed , recent research indicates that there’s a chance long-term cellphone usage can dramatically increase ...
  • Vaccine Alert: Autism Symptoms Developed in Baby Monkeys!

    September 13, 2012 - Back in the 1990s, it was estimated that one in 5,000 children were diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In a little over a decade, between 2006 and 2008, that number skyrocketed to one in 88 children. With such a large jump, many looked to the most common denominator, childhood vaccinati...
  • Is Sugar Toxic? The Evidence Continues To Pile Up!

    September 12, 2012 - The average American consumes 130 pounds of sugar every single year, and while that isn’t exactly good for one’s waistline, explaining a large amount of this country’s issue with obesity, sugar may be doing much more than making your favorite pair of pants difficult to button. Rece...
  • Jogging Boosts Life Span Up to Six Years

    September 9, 2012 - Although most of the population is well aware of the benefits of cardio, recent studies have found that jogging can actually increase your lifespan by over 5 years in women and 6 years in men. Not to be confused with full-on running, this study was based on jogging that was strenuous enough to alte...
  • Study Finds Cellphone Use Causes 290% Increased Risk of Brain Tumor

    September 8, 2012 - Swedish doctors recently completed a rather astonishing study that may get you thinking twice about your cell phone habits. Truth be told, the results are a bit frightening, especially in today’s technology-obsessed culture. The study showed that 10 years of cellphone increases the risk of dev...
  • Why Are 'Eco-Friendly' Corporations Shelling out Millions to Stop GMO Labeling?

    September 2, 2012 - Once the cat was let out of the bag in regards to genetically modified organisms (GMO), the vast majority of the public decided that they wanted to know exactly what was in their food and how it was grown. Since then, they have been pushing for corporations to be required to label GMOs on packaging ...
  • Johnson & Johnson to Produce Carcinogen Free Products by 2015! But What About Now?

    August 30, 2012 - Recently, billion dollar company Johnson and Johnson promised it would remove carcinogens from all of its adult products by 2015. According to the company, this will include any “probable” carcinogen or dangerous chemical, and affects its entire line of adult toiletries and cosmetics. A...
  • Excessive Red Meat Consumption Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke

    August 19, 2012 - Recently, researchers decided to tackle the red meat controversy and conducted a meta-analysis of six of the largest studies concerning issue, done in the US, Sweden, and Japan. And they found something that many people may not want to hear: eating red meat (which includes lamb, pork, beef, and any ...
  • Man Gets 30 Days in Jail for Collecting Rainwater

    August 18, 2012 - Gary Harrington, an upstanding resident of Eagle Point Oregon, was recently charged with what many would consider a silly, outdated law. Apparently, you can actually go to jail in Oregon if you collect rainwater or snow runoff on your own property and for your own use. And Gary is serving a 30-day s...
  • Chocolate with 50% Less Fat Created! And Still Tastes Great?

    August 17, 2012 - Has the solution to the guilty feeling associated with chocolate consumption been discovered? The process is called a Pickering emulsion, and it cuts the amount of triglyceride fats found in cocoa butter and milk by up to 50%. Yes, that’s chocolate with 50% less fat. Although chocolate is i...
  • 7 Common Myths about Kid’s Nutrition

    August 16, 2012 - The increase in childhood obesity and related diseases has led many parents to try to clean up their kids’ diet. However, despite the best of intentions, there are dozens of nutritional myths out there, and knowing what they are can help you to keep your kids, and your family, at their healthi...
  • Belly Fat Linked to Alzheimer's Disease

    August 12, 2012 - A recent study done by the University of California Davis found that being overweight actually changes the blood flow to your brain, effectively shrinking it in size, and this decrease in cognitive abilities can drastically increase one’s risk of Alzheimer’s. Brain scans of over 70,000 ...
  • Four Unlikely Diseases That Strike Young People

    August 10, 2012 - As much as those in their 20s and 30s would like to believe they’re invincible, they really aren’t. Thanks to less active lifestyles, poor diets, and an increase in early detection, there are several diseases that used to only be common in those later in life that are affecting young peo...
  • 7 Non-Toxic House Cleaning Uses For Hydrogen Peroxide

    August 6, 2012 - Grocery stores and mass retailers are littered with cleaning supplies, with each one promising even more outstanding results than the next. However, there are cheaper, just as effective options outside of the cleaning aisle, one of which is good old fashion hydrogen peroxide. And with sixteen ounces...