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  • Tests of Flu Vaccine Reveal High Levels of Mercury Read more >

    Tests of Flu Vaccine Reveal High Levels of Mercury

    Natural News reports they conducted tests at their Forensic Food Lab on an influenza vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline (lot #9H2GX). These tests, conducted via ICP-MS, reveal mercury in the Flulaval vaccine at the level of 51 parts per million. That concentration is 25,000 times higher than the maximum contaminant of inorganic mercury allowable in drinking […]

  • 6 Types of Obesity and Their Solutions Read more >

    6 Types of Obesity and Their Solutions

    Over two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese, and many of us are actively trying to lose the extra weight. It’s not an easy problem to solve, however, and many people struggle their whole lives. Scientists have now identified six different types of obesity, and this information may give us some help in solving the […]

  • Could This Be the Root Cause of Your Anxiety and Depression? Read more >

    Could This Be the Root Cause of Your Anxiety and Depression?

    In a recent article, William Cole, D.C., describes a patient. The young woman was experiencing debilitating anxiety, depression, confusion and exhaustion. Although only in her mid-thirties, she often had difficulty getting out of bed because of the health problems she was enduring. She had visited dozens of doctors, only to be told her labs and […]

  • 7 Techniques Sleep Doctors Use to Conquer Insomnia Read more >

    7 Techniques Sleep Doctors Use to Conquer Insomnia

    Even doctors who specialize in sleep disorders occasionally toss and turn. Unlike the rest of us, however, they call on a few scientifically proven ideas to help them nod off. Here are their tips to get a good night’s sleep: Blow Bubbles: It sounds silly, but blowing bubbles from one of those plastic bottles children […]

  • Are Lasers the Best Treatment for Periodontal Disease? Read more >

    Are Lasers the Best Treatment for Periodontal Disease?

    The traditional treatment of periodontal gum disease involves manual techniques known as scaling and root planing, which are uncomfortable for the patient and involve considerable skill and manual dexterity on the part of the dental practitioner. In recent years, some periodontists have begun using new laser tools to treat gum disease, but the dental profession […]

  • Knee Replacement May Turn Back the Clock Read more >

    Knee Replacement May Turn Back the Clock

    For people suffering knee damage from osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, the decision to have a knee replacement is often a difficult one. They know the surgery will involve a period of hard work and painful recovery. Now a new study provides encouraging news about the probable outcome of knee replacement surgery. The research, published in […]

  • The Health-Giving Bond Between Humans and Horses Read more >

    The Health-Giving Bond Between Humans and Horses

    The bond between horses and human beings has extended throughout history. While working horses still play a role in the world, most of us no longer depend on them for transportation. Today, though, many people have horses as pets and companions, and they also serve in the field of equine therapy. Equine therapy is the […]

  • Choose Celery for Health Read more >

    Choose Celery for Health

    Celery juice is chock full of nutrients, and one of the healthiest juices you can make. Among its many benefits, it balances the pH of the body. The high acidity caused by our excessive consumption of processed foods contributes to inflammation in our bodies, and celery reduces that inflammation. Celery leaves are a rich source […]

  • The Truth About Cholesterol Read more >

    The Truth About Cholesterol

    In a recent interview with Mercola.com, Dr. David Diamond, Professor of Psychology, Molecular Pharmacology, and Physiology at the University of South Florida and a Research Career Scientist at the Tampa VA Hospital, shared what years of research have led him to conclude about cholesterol. Before he embarked on a course of re-education, Dr. Diamond accepted […]

  • Irregular Heart Rhythm Improves with Exercise Read more >

    Irregular Heart Rhythm Improves with Exercise

    A recent Australian study shows that overweight or obese patients with atrial fibrillation, or irregular heart rhythm, can experience improvement in their condition by getting fit. Improved cardiovascular fitness with exercise was shown to alleviate symptoms, and participants with the greatest fitness gains were more likely to survive symptom-free during the study, in contrast to […]

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