Archive for October, 2011 :

Toxicants in Halloween Costume Makeup
October 29th, 2011

Moms and dads gearing up to turn their kids into vampires and goblins might want to think twice: There’s scary stuff in some Halloween face paint, according to HealthyStuff.org, a project of Ann Arbor-based Ecology Center.

Gardasil Vaccine Useless and Unsafe
October 27th, 2011

A European physician has now openly spoken out against Gardasil, claiming that it is both dangerous and completely ineffective at preventing cervical cancer.

No More “Pinkwashing”! Promote an Integrative Approach to Breast Cancer
October 27th, 2011

Increasingly, breast cancer fundraising means playing ball with companies whose products actually cause cancer.

How To Make Your Laundry Greener And Healthier
October 26th, 2011

Truly Clean Laundry Has No Smell.

Student Out to Prove Psychic Activity Exists
October 24th, 2011

A Canadian University student is demonstrating the reality of remote viewing.

Beanitos, GMO-Free Organic Snack
October 24th, 2011

A deliciously nutritious snack food, Beanitos Bean Chips, proudly displays the non-GMO tested seal on its colorful bags of assorted bean chips.

Gender Disparities on Road Safety Signs
October 24th, 2011

Women are more likely to sustain injuries in an auto accident because safety features are designed more with men in mind, a study said Thursday.

Single Embryo Study on In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
October 24th, 2011

Transferring one embryo into women during in vitro fertilization (IVF) doesn’t lower their chances of giving birth but it does mean fewer women give birth to twins, with all the attendant health risks, a study said.

Anonymous Hackers Take Down Child Porn Sites
October 22nd, 2011

Since most governments refuse to take down child porn sites, Anonymous Hackers have done it themselves.

Are Your Body Care Essentials SLS-free?
October 22nd, 2011

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, a highly toxic substance, is mostly found in our personal care products.

An Apple A Day Really Can Keep The Doc Away
October 21st, 2011

Apple pies, bobbing for apples and apple cider all remind us of autumn. But consider the health benefits of the apple. The saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” does carry some weight.

Hypertension May Increase Risk of Birth Defects
October 20th, 2011

Blood pressure drugs may lower pregnant women’s blood pressure, but they don’t reduce babies’ heightened risk of birth defects.

11:11 and 11/11/11
October 19th, 2011

Are you one of the millions who are dogged by the 11:11 phenomenon? What does it really mean? Could it have something to do with November 11, 2011?

Meditation Techniques for Busy People
October 19th, 2011

It’s a stressful world these days. Most people are working harder for less pay, or just trying to find work. It is already well verified that meditation is a very effective technique for reducing stress, anxiety, and depression.

Infrared Saunas Safely Detoxify the Body and Help Heal Injuries
October 19th, 2011

Unlike traditional saunas which use air and steam, infrared sauna’s heaters emit radiant heat which is absorbed directly into the body.

Women Endangered by High Rate of False-Positive Mammograms
October 19th, 2011

According to mainstream medicine, mammograms are the key to surviving breast cancer because they supposedly catch the disease early for quick treatment.

We Are Limited, Not By Our Abilities, But By Our Vision
October 17th, 2011

Unlimited Abilities: A View from the MedtechVision Conference

Congo Women’s Fight
October 16th, 2011

Congo, the country where it’s more dangerous to be a woman than a soldier.

Brave Dentists Speak Out Against Water Fluoridation
October 14th, 2011

Not all dentists are fooled by the fluoride mafia and increasing numbers are standing up to to the deliberate poisoning of the water supply by water fluoridation.

Thermograph: Detecting Inflammation
October 12th, 2011

Dr. Joseph Mercola talks about a new diagnostic tool for preventing chronic diseases.

Prenatal Exercise is Good for the Babies Especially
October 11th, 2011

Working out during pregnancy will reduce the chances of unborn baby developing neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, later in life, says a new study.

Youngsters Like Yoga Better
October 11th, 2011

Youngsters are preferring yoga over other methods to keep fit like joining gymnasiums or attending aerobic classes.

A Warning to Protestors
October 10th, 2011

Are the protests sweeping America authentic or a setup to identify those to later neutralize? Is there any point to protesting with those making stupid demands?

Poor Vitamin B-12 Leads to Reduced Brain Volume
October 7th, 2011

Supplementation with the biologically active form of the B vitamin may help prevent shrinkage and preserve learning capabilities and memory functions as we age.

Less Invasive Surgery for Women
October 6th, 2011

The number of women having hysterectomies has plummeted in recent years, but the advent of keyhole surgery might make them a more attractive option.

Part II: Color Me Tan
October 6th, 2011

People who visit tanning salons could be at risk of developing skin cancer even if they do not burn, a study has found.

For the Sake of Vanity
October 6th, 2011

Cosmetic surgery in Britain is on the rise despite the cost and pain of having a major operation.

Time Matters in Detecting Breast Cancers
October 5th, 2011

Advances in diagnosing and treating the disease have been profound. But delays caused by overwhelmed resources or insurance companies result in needless deaths.

BPA Exposure Before Birth Linked to Breast Cancer
October 5th, 2011

To many people interested in healthy living, the term BPA is nothing new.

Respect is a Key for Healthy Relationship
October 4th, 2011

Healthy relationship comes from a healthy communication which roots from respect in one’s self and in your partner.

Coffee Kicks Out Depression on Women
October 4th, 2011

Women who drink three or four cups of coffee a day may be less prone to depression, a study finds.

Injectables May Precipitate HIV Infection
October 4th, 2011

HIV transmission rates may be increased by hormone contraceptive use, a study suggests.

Contraception Increases Risk of HIV Infection in Women
October 4th, 2011

Hormonal contraception may make it easier for HIV to spread between heterosexual sex partners, according to a new study conducted in Africa.

Why Women Have Stronger Immune Systems than Men
October 4th, 2011

Women not only live longer than men, they also appear to be in more robust health. A new hypothesis offers a reason why: it’s in their genes.

Seven Ways to Lower Breast Cancer Rrisk
October 4th, 2011

Maintaining a healthy weight lowers your risk and increases your chance of survival.

HPV Conquers Throat
October 4th, 2011

A prolonged sore throat once was considered a cancer worry mainly for smokers and drinkers. Today there’s another risk: A sexually transmitted virus is fueling a rise in oral cancer.

Yoga Poses for Certain Problems
October 4th, 2011

A writer and yoga teacher shares yoga poses for corresponding medical conditions and its research.

SIDS Awareness Month
October 4th, 2011

Seven babies die each day of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Learn the risk factors and steps you can take to help avoid this devastating event.

DES Exposure May Trigger Breast Cancer, Manufacturers Sued
October 3rd, 2011

A lawsuit against a prenatal drug is being fought by mothers who develop breast tumors.

Beauty at the Time of Cancer
October 1st, 2011

Nearly every day, Terri Shaver comes face to face with cancer and can’t help but think about her life and how short it could be.