Archive for September, 2011 :

The Importance of Controlling Your Breath, Especially While Asleep
September 30th, 2011

Elderly women with nighttime gaps in breathing prone to cognitive problems.

Fighting Cervical Cancer With Vinegar and Ingenuity
September 27th, 2011

In Thailand, an innovative cervical cancer diagnostic/life-saver using vinegar and ingenuity.

Scientists Discover Virus That Kills All Types of Breast Cancer
September 25th, 2011

The virus, known as adeno-associated virus type 2 (AAV2), is naturally occurring and carried by up to 80 percent of humans, but it does not cause any disease.

Recalling Birth Control Pills
September 22nd, 2011

Packaging error on pills made by qualitest pharmaceuticals may put users at risk of pregnancy.

Another Hope for Breast and Ovarian Cancer
September 12th, 2011

Niacinamide, a B Vitamin, may be of value to women with genetic risk of Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer.

Sex Surrogacy: Therapy or What?
September 12th, 2011

Sex surrogacy sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie, but it’s actually a relatively mundane (if controversial) therapeutic practice—and one being utilized by an increasing number of women.

Are These Doctors for Real?: Defending VCO
September 12th, 2011

Western doctors must have their good intentions for their patients but just not all of them know anything especially about this tropical oil, Virgin Coconut Oil.

How Tips: Getting Ready for Baby
September 12th, 2011

You’ll want to make sure everything is ready to care for your baby before you bring him or her home. Here are some things you can do:

Keep Your Newborns Healthy
September 12th, 2011

September is Newborn Screening Awareness month, a time designated to get the word out to new or expectant parents about the importance of having their new babies screened for serious illnesses.

Yoga More Than You Imagined
September 12th, 2011

Yoga is somehow famous these days in most parts of the world yet not a lot of people really know what it is.

Managing Post-Chemo with Natural Medicine
September 11th, 2011

Powerful healing and restorative therapy for cancer patients and cancer survivors are all they need while in battle with the disease and/or after chemotherapy.

Color Me Tan
September 11th, 2011

The fake tan’s move to the mainstream is now complete, and even public health bodies are having to take notice. So why is artificially bronzed skin the new normality?

Prunes for the Bones
September 10th, 2011

Dried plums appear to be an important food in the quest for strong bones.

Mourning Causes Early Death on Parents
September 10th, 2011

Parents who lose a baby before its first birthday are more likely to die early themselves, according to a study.

Discover the Most Versatile Medicine in Nature
September 8th, 2011

For centuries, Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis) has been used to treat a number of medical and skin conditions.

Europe Bans Sale of GMO Contaminated Honey
September 7th, 2011

The European Court has delivered a landmark judgement that gives consumers a better chance for a safer food supply.

Walnuts Can Reduce Breast Cancer
September 5th, 2011

New research suggests women defend themselves against breast cancer with none other than a nutcracker: eating about two small handfuls of walnuts everyday may “significantly” curb your risks of the disease.

Reducing Obesity in Young Girls
September 5th, 2011

Messages of good health and positive self-esteem for girls are not hard to come by in kid lit, so what’s the deal with all the attention for a not-yet-published rhyming picture book about an obese, unhappy 14-year-old named Maggie?

Children Becoming Techno-Morons
September 5th, 2011

The continual exposure of children to TV, video games, iPads, etc. is creating an entire generation of people incapable of functioning in the real world.

Nepal Receives Limited Maternal Care
September 4th, 2011

U.S. law prevents Global Health Initiative funding for abortion.

Stress Genes From Parents to the Child, Beware
September 3rd, 2011

Parents beware. Your anxiety and stresses could alter your kids’ genes permanently, says a new study.