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How Risky are CT Scans?

Michael Greger MD | February 13, 2014 | Health

Read More: angiograms, brain tumors, breast cancer, cancer, CAT scan, children, CT scan, heart disease, iatrogenic harm, leukemia, pediatrics, prescription drugs, radiation, thallium heart scans, X-ray computer tomography, X-rays

                The greatest radiation exposure risk comes not from the Fukushima fallout or the polonium naturally found in all seafood (see my last video, Fukushima and Radioactivity in Seafood), but from doctors. This......

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Fukushima and Radioactivity in Seafood

Michael Greger MD | February 11, 2014 | Health

Read More: angiograms, brain tumors, breast cancer, cancer, CAT scan, children, CT scan, heart disease, iatrogenic harm, leukemia, pediatrics, prescription drugs, radiation, thallium heart scans, X-ray computer tomography, X-rays

                With prevailing westerly winds over Japan, radioactive fallout from the Fukushima nuclear power plant tragedy was detected throughout North America at levels comparable to those seen 25 years earlier from Chernobyl, the......

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Schoolchildren Should Drink More Water

Michael Greger MD | November 21, 2013 | Health

Read More: amino acids, cardiovascular function, cellular dehydration, children, children's health, cognitive performance, dehydration, gastrointestinal function, hormonal function, hydration, immune function, juice, memory, mental health, milk, muscle function, neurological function, scholastic performance, skeletal function, sodium, sugar, tea, water, weight loss, weight management, youth

Most children arrive at school in a state of mild dehydration that may negatively affect scholastic performance. Preventing cellular dehydration is integral to hormonal, immune, neurological, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, muscle and skeletal function. So researchers recently set out to determine......

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Why are Children Starting Puberty Earlier?

Michael Greger MD | August 15, 2013 | Health

Read More: animal protein, beef, cancer, cheese, chicken, children, dairy, diet, early onset puberty, emphysema, endocrine disrupting chemicals, fish, IGF-1, insulin-like growth factor 1, kids, meat, menstruation, obesity, plant-based diet, premature puberty, puberty, vegan, vegetarian, yogurt

Early onset of puberty is considered a risk factor for a number of diseases in adulthood, including hormone-related cancers, a shorter lifespan, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular disease. The conventional thinking has been that the age of puberty has been......

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Which Pets Improve Children's Health?

Michael Greger MD | August 6, 2013 | Health

Read More: blood pressure, cancer, cats, children, children's health, dogs, ear infections, foodborne pathogens, foodborne rabies, gastroenteritis, infectious diseases, lymphoma, pets, rabies, respiratory illnesses, respiratory infections

To my surprise, studies of the effects of pets on human health and well-being have actually produced a mishmash of conflicting results. For example, some studies show pets lower your blood pressure--in some cases more than drugs do--but other......

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10 Skills to Avoid Going Crazy as an Internet Admin...I mean Parent. Whatever.

Jess Parsons | July 30, 2013 | Lifestyle

Read More: children, debate, facebook, internet, peace, power

The legal age for a Facebook account is 13, but some days you wouldn't know it. Some days, anonymity, distance, and free access to a keyboard make a few people forget the manners their parents taught them. Sometimes, even reposting......

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Normal Vegans: Are You For Real?

Jess Parsons | May 20, 2013 | Lifestyle

Read More: book, children, entertainment, healthy eating big picture, image, media, tradition, vegan dining

Voracious readers and voracious vegans, we have a real problem. Most books aren't written by vegans. So most stories will, without any warning, launch into lingering descriptions of animal-based meals. Food in Fiction Revisiting childhood favourites like the Narnia......

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Holiday Togetherness Tips - with a difference

Jess Parsons | December 13, 2012 | Lifestyle

Read More: activist, children, debate, family, holiday, peace, vegan, vegan Christmas

  It's the time of year for families to get together - like it or not. Usually I hang around with a bunch of people who share my interests and values. It's comfy. Family holiday gatherings are a lot more......

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Mercury Testing Recommended Before Pregnancy

Michael Greger MD | July 27, 2012 | Health

Read More: amnesia, atrial fibrillation, bluefish, brain damage, children, dementia, EPA, fish, hair testing, Harvard, heart failure, high fructose corn syrup, infants, mackerel, mercury, pregant women, prozac, salmon, sardines, stroke, swordfish, tuna, xenoestrogens

Recent testing of mercury concentrations in three national brands of canned tuna found that "55% of all tuna examined was above the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's safety level for human consumption." And the problem appears to be getting worse.......

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Beat 7 traps for healthy kids

Jess Parsons | April 7, 2012 | Food

Read More: children, diet score, dietary guidelines, family, fruits, vegetable

How do you and your kids rate on the 4-Leaf scale?  Modern life can make it very hard to keep to a simple and healthy diet for your family. Once you're in the know, you can at least avoid......

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Ask the Doctor: Q&A with Michael Greger, M.D. (Week 16)

Michael Greger MD | January 14, 2012 | Health

Read More: allergies, cancer, cheese, children, chocolate, coffe, dairy, DHA, ear infections, eggs, fish, Heiner Syndrome, ice cream, iron, meat, moringa, pregnancy, soy milk, tannins, tea, vitamin B12, vitamin K

This is another sampling of the more than 800 comments and questions I’ve responded to at the NutritionFacts.org site (so far!). Please feel free to leave any follow-up questions there on any of the hundreds of videos on the more than a thousand......

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Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board accused of making illegally deceptive claims

Michael Greger MD | October 24, 2011 | Health

Read More: children, dairy, milk, obesity, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, salt, sodium, weight loss, Wisconsin

A two-part investigation (1 & 2) released last week by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism revealed that the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board was making claims that may violate state laws prohibiting agricultural marketing boards from false advertising. The......

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Contagion: bad timing for CDC report of new swine flu strain

Michael Greger MD | September 4, 2011 | Health

Read More: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, children, Contagion, epidemic, flu, foodborne illness, influenza, pandemic, pigs, pork, swine flu, virus

A week before the premiere of Contagion, a star-studded thriller about (spoiler alert!) a pork-borne pandemic, is unfortunate timing for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to announce the identification of a new strain of swine flu in......

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The Green Diet - my open letter to the New Zealand Green Party

Jess Parsons | July 27, 2011 | Green

Read More: animal cruelty, children, factory farming, green, New Zealand, politics, vegan

I received a letter from the very popular former co-leader of the New Zealand Green Party, Jeanette Fitzsimons:  The Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand is a popular, modern and successful party that has left an indelible mark on......

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Women in business

Jess Parsons | June 25, 2011 | Lifestyle

Read More: business, children, gender, health, money, mother

    Photo of vegan career woman: BodyShots Auckland Women are naturally paid less because they take more sick leave due to, ummm, monthly women's problems and lifetime problems like children. New Zealand Employment and Manufacturers Association (EMA) chief......

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Learning Nutrition from T Colin Campbell and Men as au pairs

Jess Parsons | April 29, 2011 | Health

Read More: au pair, certificate, children, declutter, education, Germany, New Zealand, nutrition, online, reorganize, T Colin Campbell, vegan, vegetarian

It's all too easy for the life of a SAHM to slip into a rut.  But it's time for some ch-ch-changes! Nutrition courseI've been messing about with being vegan for about 15 years now and learning a lot about it,......

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