LATEST CANCER INFORMATION from Johns Hopkins After years of telling people that chemotherapy is the only way to try to eliminate cancer, John Hopkins is finally starting to tell you there is More »
Mammogram breast cancer screenings for women aged 70 and older may cause more harm than good, according to a large new study. More »
(NaturalNews) A new study on dietary toxin exposure found that all the participating children exceeded the cancer benchmark levels for arsenic, dioxins, dieldrin, and DDE, while 95 percent of preschoolers exceeded the More »
The longest running study ever on the popular sweetener aspartame shows terrible results in humans. This study is the most comprehensive, long-term study ever completed on aspartame and included 77,218 women and More »
Most of us know people who we would consider to be hypochondriacs. These people seem to enjoy being sick so much that they often claim to be infected with an illness they More »
A new documentary film under the “Medical, Inc.” series is called, “Doctored” and is produced by Bobby Sheehan. “Doctored” looks at the historical battle between medical doctors and treatments that are alternative More »
We use the word “vitamin” on a near daily basis and we’re told they’re “good for” a number of aches and pains but what exactly is a vitamin? Why is something called More »
In our impatient, hurried world, most of us are used to a microwave oven only taking minutes to cook what used to take half an hour or more. We’ve usually been willing More »
A study was conducted in April of last year comparing the safety and effectiveness of chiropractic treatment for lower back pain to medical treatment. This study was conducted by a medical journal, More »
If you’re wondering what a GMO is, it’s a genetically modified organism. Commercial farmers are motivated to modify the genes of a food so that it grows faster for example or so More »
Beginning in 2012, all drug companies will be required by the FDA to report their promotional expenditure numbers to the federal government, but Eli Lilly, among other companies, started reporting their information More »
New research on the brain disease Alzheimer’s suggests that this form of dementia is a type of diabetes. The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease published a recent study out of Rhode Island Hospital More »
According to UPI.com, a new study has found that diacetyl, an ingredient put into popcorn to give it that buttery taste and smell, may be linked to Alzheimer’s disease. The scientists conducting More »
A new study suggests that being born by Ceasarian section may have a lasting effect on the brain. In the study, mice born vaginally produced a brain protein called UCP2 which is More »
A new study reveals that chemotherapy, used to “treat” those with cancerous tumors, actually backfires, causing normal cells to feed tumors and even protect cancerous cells. The study was published in Nature More »
LATEST CANCER INFORMATION
from Johns Hopkins
After years of telling people that chemotherapy is the only way to try to eliminate cancer, John Hopkins is finally starting to tell you there is an alternative that might even work better.
The Coca-Cola Company said on Monday it will remove a controversial flavoring stabilizer from some of its drinks, following rival PepsiCo Inc’s announcement earlier this year that it would drop the same ingredient from its drinks.
If Mickey Mouse is feeling his age at 86, scientists may have found just the tonic: the blood of younger mice.
Older mice got stronger, exercised longer and performed better mentally after they were injected with blood from young mice, or even just with a substance that’s more abundant in younger blood.
Mammogram breast cancer screenings for women aged 70 and older may cause more harm than good, according to a large new study.
DID YOU KNOW THAT human beings never fully experience the “present”? Nope, in reality, we’re always living in the past. Every human being is living at least 80 milliseconds in the past. David Eagleman, neuroscientist and writer at Baylor College of Medicine, believes that our consciousness lags behind actual events and that when you think an event occurs, it has already happened before your brain has a chance to create a cohesive picture of the world for you!
One of the best ways to eat healthy is to plan ahead. We can do that by stocking our pantries, cabinets and cupboards with healthy foods and options so that when we’re having a moment of weakness we don’t have the option to eat something bad for us. But there’s more we can do to give us that dietary edge.
10. My insurance covers it.
9. Everyone is doing it.
8. The Doctor said God just threw in an extra part.
7. It hurt so I figured, “Hey, just cut it out.”
Cynthia Sass, a registered dietitian with master’s degrees in both nutrition science and public health, recently wrote an article on six health benefits of coffee that give permission to coffee lovers to continue the romance.
According to the article, there are six health benefits that give you an excuse to continue drinking coffee are:
1. Coffee contains antioxidants. Though we might not know it, coffee beans are actually the seeds inside a bright red berry. These berries, and their seeds, are high in antioxidants, which help to eliminate free radicals that cause damage and accelerate aging in the body.
2. Coffee appears to decrease the risk of diabetes. A study showed that those with the highest coffee intakes had a 67 percent lower risk of developing diabetes in comparison to non coffee drinkers. And to date, several studies have supported the same link between java drinking and prevention of diabetes.
3. Coffee is tied to lower rates of other diseases. Studies show that those who drink coffee are less likely to experience gallstones, liver cirrhosis, colon cancer, breast and endometrial cancer. Other studies indicate that regular coffee drinkers are up to 80 percent less likely to develop Parkinson’s and the evidence is strong that caffeine plays a protective role.
4. Coffee gives your workout a boost. New research shows that exposing muscle cells to caffeine basically mimics the effects of training. Scientists say this may explain caffeine’s trait of boosting endurance.
5. Coffee may slow aging. Animal studies show that caffeine may offset the loss of muscle strength that occurs with aging. Other animal studies have found that caffeine may prevent brain inflammation, a precursor to cognitive impairment and neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s. The full article is here.
So there you have it. You might just be able to remove coffee from your lists of vices since, as it seems, it might not actually be a vice.
(NaturalNews) A new study on dietary toxin exposure found that all the participating children exceeded the cancer benchmark levels for arsenic, dioxins, dieldrin, and DDE, while 95 percent of preschoolers exceeded the non-cancer benchmark for acrylamide. More worrying was that the cancer risk ratios were exceeded 100-fold for arsenic and dioxins.
Little media coverage was given to an April 20th, 2009 issue of the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health, in which a case study report of a young girl who had signs of cerebellar ataxia, stated that the issue was completely eliminated with chiropractic care.