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Going At Night

Dole.com | November 5, 09 at 07:17 PM

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Going At Night

Too Many Bathroom Trips May Signal Health Trouble An overactive bladder can be a bother -- particularly when it wakes you several times a night. Now disturbing new research links frequent nighttime urination to increased mortality among the elderly. Japanese...

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Looking for health in all the wrong places

Douglas Lisle, Ph.D., and Alan Goldhamer, D.C. | November 5, 09 at 04:47 AM

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Looking for health in all the wrong places

Understanding the most elementary and most elusive principle of health! In the late 1800s, a young Scottish physician was experiencing difficulty in establishing his medical practice. With extra time on his hands, the young man turned his remarkable mind to...

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Reflections on the Weston A. Price Foundation

John Robbins | November 4, 09 at 08:16 PM

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Reflections on the Weston A. Price Foundation

Weston Price was an American dentist who traveled around the world, camera and film in hand, in the late 1920s and early 1930s. An entire chapter in my latest book, Healthy At 100, is devoted to his work.Price specifically sought...

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The Engine 2 Diet

November 4, 09 at 08:19 AM

Read More: engine 2 diet, health, heart disease, rip esselstyn, video, weightloss

The Engine 2 Diet

Austin Texas firefighter, Rip Esselstyn, made a bet with a fellow firefighter, JR: if JR would just eat the way Rip ate for 28 days, then at the end of 28 days JR's cholesterol would come down from 344 to...

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Were Low Fat Diets a Failure? (VIDEO)

November 4, 09 at 07:53 AM

Read More: diet, jeff novick, nutrient density, weightloss

Were Low Fat Diets a Failure? (VIDEO)

LIGHTEN UP - Weighing In On the Weight DebateHigh protein diets became popular because the low fat diet everyone went on in the 1980's was such a miserable failure.At least that's the conventional wisdom used to sell Atkins, South Beach...

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Foods That Defeat Diabetes

VegTV | Marie Oser | October 22, 09 at 05:39 AM

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Foods That Defeat Diabetes

The epidemic of obesity rages on, and diabetes--it's evil twin, is also on the rise. Type 2 diabetes, once called adult onset diabetes, has been renamed, because this chronic metabolic disorder is now showing up in young children. Diabetics have...

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Fructose-Sweetened Beverages Linked to Heart Risks

New York Times | NICHOLAS BAKALAR | September 12, 09 at 10:18 PM

Read More: cola, heart disease, high fructose corn syrup, soda

Fructose-Sweetened Beverages Linked to Heart Risks

Some research has suggested that consumption of high-fructose corn syrup, used as a sweetener in a wide variety of foods, may increase the risk of obesity and heart disease. Now, a controlled and randomized study has found that drinks sweetened...

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Deep-fried cupcakes? This Is Why You're Fat

Daily Dish | September 11, 09 at 10:52 PM

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Deep-fried cupcakes? This Is Why You're Fat

Do you like to look at pictures of "deliciously gross food" such as this cupcake that has been deep fried and then drenched in chocolate syrup and topped off with sprinkles? Well, someone out there does. Within three days of...

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Who's watching what we eat?

Los Angeles Times | September 11, 09 at 10:45 PM

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Who's watching what we eat?

The federal agencies that are supposed to safeguard the nation's food have long resisted calls, including those from us, for merging into a single food authority. Amid the peanut-product salmonella outbreak, though, it's hard to imagine how their objections can...

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Vitamin D hope in prostate cancer

BBC | Emma Wilkinson | September 11, 09 at 10:31 PM

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 Vitamin D hope in prostate cancer

Vitamin D is an effective treatment for prostate cancer in some patients, a UK study suggests.A once daily dose reduced PSA level - an indicator of severity of disease - by as much as half in 20% of patients.There has...

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Dr. Campbell Responds to Dr. Mercola

vegsource.com | T. Colin Campbell, PhD. | September 11, 09 at 08:23 PM

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Dr. Campbell Responds to Dr. Mercola

For background, it should be noted that Dr. Mercola's views, when he says that the China Study is "seriously flawed", parallel very closely those of the Weston A Price Foundation (WAPF), a Washington-based agricultural lobbying group. They assert, among other...

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VegSource TV

August 2, 09 at 08:08 AM

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VegSource TV

Congratulations! You have stumbled on one of the most valuable pages on the Internet. The information in the videos here can change your understanding of health and literally save your life. Each year VegSource puts on its HEALTHY LIFESTYLE EXPO....

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Why America's Favorite Meat Faces Trouble

ABCNews.com | Amy Tennery | June 23, 09 at 08:10 PM

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Why America's Favorite Meat Faces Trouble

America's favorite meat is in a foul state these days. Just a few years ago, chicken became the most produced meat in the United States, yet the sector today is struggling. Pilgrim's Pride, the nation's largest poultry producer, filed...

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Foods That Defeat Diabetes

Marie Oser | March 6, 08 at 09:28 PM

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Foods That Defeat Diabetes

The epidemic of obesity rages on, and diabetes--it's evil twin, is also on the rise. Type 2 diabetes, once called adult onset diabetes, has been renamed, because this chronic metabolic disorder is now showing up in young children. Diabetics have...

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Flawed studies on breast cancer and dietary fat

T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. | November 6, 06 at 09:04 PM

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What the mainstream media doesn't want you to know. The recent study that low fat diets don't prevent breast cancer in a large cohort of women now confirms similar results of another large study, the Nurses' Health Study at Harvard....

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T. Colin Campbell's Response to Questions Raised About the Book, "The China Study. Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-Term Health"

T. Colin Campbell, PhD. | October 12, 06 at 07:26 AM

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T. Colin Campbell's Response to Questions Raised About the Book, "The China Study. Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-Term Health"

Sales of our book, "The China Study...", co-authored by me and my son, Tom, have exceeded our expectations. With no formal public relations campaign, no recipes, no menus and many scientific references, we were cautioned by some in the publishing...

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T. Colin Campbell's Response to Questions Raised About the Book, "The China Study. Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-Term Health"

colin campbell, rebuttal, the china study | T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. | October 1, 06 at 07:48 PM

Sales of our book, "The China Study...", co-authored by me and my son, Tom, has exceeded our expectations. With no formal public relations campaign, no recipes, no menus and many scientific references, we were cautioned by some in the publishing...

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Book Review: The China Study

Sandy Laurie | May 15, 06 at 07:39 AM

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Book Review: The China Study

Reviewed by Sandy Laurie One of the most eagerly anticipated books of recent years has been released and The China Study does not disappoint. Packed full of data from the most comprehensive study ever conducted of the relationships between nutrition...

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U.S. Ate 777 Mad Cows

March 16, 06 at 08:49 PM

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The United States has lagged far behind the rest of the world when it comes to testing for mad cow disease. This is primarily because the USDA is run by people looking out for meat industry interests, rather than the...

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How The China Study Changed My Life

Kenton Brown | November 6, 05 at 08:44 PM

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I am a Missionary living in Honduras. I was diagnosed with the clinical depression 6 years ago even though I had been struggling with it most of my life. For the last 6 years I have been on either 150mg...

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