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All The News -- June 2010

Choosing Healthy Foods Now Called a Mental Disorder

naturalnews.com | Mike Adams | June 29, 10 at 06:53 AM

Read More: healthy foods, Junk food, mental disorder, Mental health, psychiatry

Choosing Healthy Foods Now Called a Mental Disorder

In its never-ending attempt to fabricate "mental disorders" out of every human activity, the psychiatric industry is now pushing the most ridiculous disease they've invented yet: Healthy eating disorder. This is no joke: If you focus on eating healthy foods,...

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FDA: Antibiotics found in U.S. meat pose a "serious public health threat"

Associated Press | June 28, 10 at 10:18 AM

Read More: Antibiotic resistance, antibotics, FDA, meat

FDA: Antibiotics found in U.S. meat pose a "serious public health threat"

WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration is urging meat producers to limit the amount of antibiotics they give animals in response to public health concerns about the drugs. The FDA said the use of antibiotics in meat poses a...

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Americans are treated, and overtreated, to death

yahoo.com | Lindsey Tanner | June 28, 10 at 09:16 AM

Read More: medical bankruptcy, overtreated

Americans are treated, and overtreated, to death

Americans increasingly are treated to death, spending more time in hospitals in their final days, trying last-ditch treatments that often buy only weeks of time, and racking up bills that have made medical care a leading cause of bankruptcies. The...

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More consequences of the takeover by oil & gas industry

youtube.com | June 26, 10 at 10:26 AM

Read More: bush, gas, oil

More consequences of the takeover by oil & gas industry

While the news media slept and Congress collected its payoffs, the US was handed over lock, stock and barrel to the oil and gas industry during the Bush administration. The catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico (and soon to be...

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Everest Women's 7 Summit Team GOES VEGAN!!

International Vegetarian Union | June 24, 10 at 03:17 AM

Everest Women's 7 Summit Team GOES VEGAN!!

PRESS RELEASE: EVEREST WOMEN'S SEVEN SUMMITS ECO-ACTION   In July 2010 a team of nine Nepali women will begin the first international leg of a tour that will see them climb seven of the highest peaks on each of the...

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Super-Sized Caskets: A New American Tragedy

LinTV | June 23, 10 at 10:26 AM

Read More: casket, funeral, obesity

Super-Sized Caskets: A New American Tragedy

Packaged, processed foods lead to a new kind of packaging for sick Americans.     =SCROLL DOWN TO VIEW VIDEO=  ...

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Nearly all stroke risk preventable: study

cbc.ca | June 22, 10 at 06:24 AM

Read More: Blood pressure, Hypertension, stroke

Nearly all stroke risk preventable: study

A Canadian-led study suggests about 90 per cent of the risk of having a stroke is preventable through lifestyle changes. In Friday's issue of the Lancet medical journal, the international study suggests high blood pressure and nine other risk factors...

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40,000 deaths a year in UK due to junk food

telegraph.co.uk | June 22, 10 at 06:01 AM

Read More: death, health, junk food, study, uk

40,000 deaths a year in UK due to junk food

More than 40,000 Britons are dying unnecessarily every year because of high levels of salt and fat in their diets, the Government's public health watchdog Nice has warned.   The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) says that...

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New study confirms: Cell phones cause cancer

PubMed | June 22, 10 at 05:54 AM

Read More: Brain tumor, cancer, cell phone, Mobile phone

New study confirms: Cell phones cause cancer

Mobile Phone Use and the Risk for Malignant Brain Tumors: A Case-Control Study on Deceased Cases and Controls. Hardell L, Carlberg M, Hansson Mild K. Department of Oncology, University Hospital, Orebro, Sweden. Abstract We investigated the use of mobile or...

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1er Seminario Subregional "Vegetarianismo & Salud"

UVLA - Unión Vegetariana Latinoamericana | via IVU | June 21, 10 at 09:09 AM

1er Seminario Subregional "Vegetarianismo & Salud"

1er SEMINARIO SUBREGIONAL "VEGETARIANISMO & SALUD"Sabado 3 de julio de 2010 - 8 a 17hsSalón Asunción del Hotel Guaraní Esplendor(Oliva e/ Independencia Nacional)*Organiza*: Unión Vegetariana del Paraguay (UVPy) *Apoyan*: Asociación de Graduados en Nutrición (ASPAGRAN) - InternationalVegetarian Union (IVU) -...

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Ellen DeGeneres on why she went vegan

youtube.com | June 18, 10 at 06:19 AM

Read More: diet for a new america, earthlings, ellen degeneres, katie couric, skinny bitch

Ellen DeGeneres on why she went vegan

Books like Diet For A New America, Skinny Bitch and the film Earthlings had a profound effect on Ellen's decision to avoid animal products. =Scroll down for video=    ...

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Singapore Health Minister Adopts Plant Based Diet

Vegetarian Society Singapore | via IVU | June 17, 10 at 06:55 AM

Singapore Health Minister Adopts Plant Based Diet

Singapore's Health Minister, Mr KHAW Boon Wan, recently had heart surgery. Upon returning to work, he blogged about his new diet.Here's the relevant paragraph:Second: I have adopted a fully plant-based diet plan, avoiding all meat, not even fish or dairy...

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Chef Bryant Terry trumpets the plant-based roots of soulful food

oregonlive.com | June 16, 10 at 07:25 AM

Read More: bryant terry, soul food

Chef Bryant Terry trumpets the plant-based roots of soulful food

When Bryant Terry first switched over to a plant-based diet at age 16, he was a bit of a pill. "Have you ever met a vegan who is self-righteous, sanctimonious, standing on a soapbox and screaming? I was that guy,"...

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BP Oil Spill: Thousands of dead animals collected

June 16, 10 at 07:07 AM

Read More: Marine Mammal Protection Act, Oil spill

BP Oil Spill: Thousands of dead animals collected

Within each of the animal-rescue stations set up along the Gulf Coast is a makeshift morgue for oiled and ill creatures that didn't make it. And behind the scenes, pathologists and laboratory staff are carefully cataloging each dead creature as...

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Proposed US Dietary Guidelines: Eat a "plant-based diet"

webmd.com | Denise Mann | June 16, 10 at 07:03 AM

Read More: dietary guidelines, nutrition, usda

Proposed US Dietary Guidelines: Eat a "plant-based diet"

By encouraging Americans to slash their salt intake, eat a plant-based diet, and increase physical activity, the newly proposed 2010 Dietary Guidelines take aim at the obesity epidemic. As it stands, two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese, and obesity...

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More Meat Consumption Leads to Earlier Puberty for Girls

pcrm.org | June 15, 10 at 07:05 AM

Read More: pcrm, puberty

More Meat Consumption Leads to Earlier Puberty for Girls

According to a new study, girls who eat the most meat products during childhood may have an earlier occurrence of puberty, increasing their risks of diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis. Researchers followed 3,298 girls in Bristol, England,...

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Processed food addiction: Engineered by American food companies

smh.com.au | June 15, 10 at 07:02 AM

Read More: David Kessler, food addiction, Obesity, The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite

Processed food addiction: Engineered by American food companies

Overweight and obesity's cause might be dead simple - eat more kilojoules then you burn up and you'll store the extra kilojoules as fat. But David Kessler, a former commissioner with the US Food and Drug Administration, argues that there's...

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Common heart disease drug causes increase in cancer

bbc.co.uk | June 15, 10 at 06:49 AM

Read More: angiotensin-receptor blockers, Cancer, Lung cancer

A class of drugs commonly used to treat heart problems has been linked with a "modestly" increased risk of cancer. Analysis of published data from all trials of angiotensin-receptor blockers (ARBs) found one extra case of cancer for every 105...

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Americans get too much radiation from too many medical scans

yahoo.com | June 15, 10 at 06:47 AM

Read More: radiation, Radiology, scan, X-ray computed tomography

Americans get too much radiation from too many medical scans

We fret about airport scanners, power lines, cell phones and even microwaves. It's true that we get too much radiation. But it's not from those sources -- it's from too many medical tests. Americans get the most medical radiation in...

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What's in baby food? Lead, according to a lot of lawsuits -- see which brands

June 15, 10 at 06:42 AM

Read More: babyfood, lead

What's in baby food? Lead, according to a lot of lawsuits -- see which brands

LEAD IN CHILDREN'S FOODS (current investigation) On June 9, 2010 the Environmental Law Foundation filed Notices of Violation of California Proposition 65 Toxics Right to Know law, alleging the toxic chemical lead was found in a variety of children's and...

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