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EPIC Medical Study: High dairy = high prostate cancer risk

ecancermedicalscience.com | October 29, 10 at 09:42 AM

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EPIC Medical Study: High dairy = high prostate cancer risk

The first results from the EPIC study provide valuable insights into the influence of food groups and nutrients in gastric cancer, colorectal cancer, lung cancer , breast cancer and prostate cancer, reports the European Journal of Cancer. The fact that...

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Johns Hopkins Research: Meat Raises Pancreatic Cancer Risk

foodconsumer.org | October 28, 10 at 07:39 PM

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Johns Hopkins Research: Meat Raises Pancreatic Cancer Risk

A new study in the October 28, 2010 issue of the journal Nature suggests that the growth of pancreatic cancer is a slow process and it takes almost 20 years for the disease to develop from a pancreatic cancer cell...

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US allows corporations to kill people with impunity (VIDEO)

October 18, 10 at 10:17 PM

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US allows corporations to kill people with impunity (VIDEO)

Bayer knowingly sold contaminated medicine. This is the level of protection you can expect from the FDA, the Congress, and the White House. Another story that came and went and never stuck. Remember this when you're relying on drug companies...

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Exercise Fights Breast Cancer

webmd.com | October 5, 10 at 10:58 AM

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Exercise Fights Breast Cancer

Postmenopausal African-American women who exercise vigorously for more than two hours a week can reduce their risk of developing breast cancer by 64% compared to women of the same race who are sedentary, according to new research. Scientists identified 97...

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40% of Kids' Calories Come From Solid Fat and Sugar

time.com | Meredith Melnick | October 3, 10 at 11:10 PM

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40% of Kids' Calories Come From Solid Fat and Sugar

Baked goods, pizza and soda. According to an article in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, these are the top three sources of calories for Americans, aged 2 to 18 years. And that's not all -- the study...

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Women's Study Finds Longevity Means Getting Just Enough Sleep

sciencedaily.com | October 3, 10 at 11:04 PM

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Women's Study Finds Longevity Means Getting Just Enough Sleep

ScienceDaily (Oct. 1, 2010) -- A new study, derived from novel sleep research conducted by University of California, San Diego researchers 14 years earlier, suggests that the secret to a long life may come with just enough sleep. Less than...

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Come to the Healthy Lifestyle Expo, Oct 15-17, in the Los Angeles Area (VIDEO)

healthylifestyleexpo.com | October 1, 10 at 01:35 PM

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Come to the Healthy Lifestyle Expo, Oct 15-17, in the Los Angeles Area (VIDEO)

It's the event of the year. No one ANYWHERE has this collection of speakers. The Healthy Lifestyle Expo is the only event where you can see BOTH of these towering icons of health -- John McDougall MD and Joel...

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Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. MD & Dean Ornish MD Explain Bill Clinton's Diet to CNN

cnn.com | September 24, 10 at 11:14 PM

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Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. MD & Dean Ornish MD Explain Bill Clinton's Diet to CNN

On Friday, September 24, CNN's Wolf Blitzer interviewed Caldwell Esselstyn Jr MD and Dean Ornish MD, the doctors whose diet former President Bill Clinton has used to successfully return to his high school weight -- and to reverse his serious...

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Number of fat people in US to grow, report says

AP | September 23, 10 at 03:44 PM

Number of fat people in US to grow, report says

PARIS - Citizens of the world's richest countries are getting fatter and fatter and the United States is leading the charge, an organization of leading economies said Thursday in its first ever obesity forecast. Three out of four Americans will...

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The corpse's cold hand still clutches a half-eaten McDonald's hamburger (VIDEO)

guardian.co.uk | via IVU | September 15, 10 at 05:00 AM

The corpse's cold hand still clutches a half-eaten McDonald's hamburger (VIDEO)

Unhappy meals: American doctors' TV ad features a corpse holding a hamburger and the line 'I was lovin' it'. McDonald's, which has thrived in the recession, isn't laughing. [scroll down to watch the ad] It is an image to sap...

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Dr. Campbell: Is Mercola Selling Snake Oil?

September 10, 10 at 09:50 AM

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Dr. Campbell: Is Mercola Selling Snake Oil?

  Editor's Note: As more and more people discover that healthy plant-based nutrition is the only medically proven way to prevent and reverse many serious diseases, certain health "experts" -- usually those with something to sell -- are feeling...

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Low carb, animal-based diets associated with higher mortality (Atkins diet kills)

cnn.com | September 7, 10 at 07:29 AM

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Low carb, animal-based diets associated with higher mortality (Atkins diet kills)

Animal-based proteins and fats are associated with increased mortality rates, including increased cardiovascular mortality and increased cancer mortality, a new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine concludes. But low-carbohydrate, high-protein diets composed mostly of plant-based proteins and fats...

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Is the Present Therapy for Coronary Artery Disease the Radical Mastectomy of the Twenty-First Century?

HeartAttackProof.com | Caldwell Esselstyn, MD | September 3, 10 at 07:44 PM

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Is the Present Therapy for Coronary Artery Disease the Radical Mastectomy of the Twenty-First Century?

Editor's Note: The following is an article by Caldwell Esselstyn, Jr. MD which appears in the current American Journal of Cardiology. To fully grasp how so many smart, right-minded people could get it so wrong, it might help to start...

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A Note of Caution - Vitamin B12

IVU Online News | International Vegetarian Union | August 26, 10 at 05:06 AM

A Note of Caution -  Vitamin B12

By now, readers of IVU Online News should aware that vegetarians need to pay attention to their B12 levels. As Dr Michael Greger explains in this video (starting about minute 13) from our friends at Vegetarian Society of Hawaii -...

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Medicare now covers Ornish and Pritikin treatments

medpagetoday.com | August 22, 10 at 03:07 PM

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Medicare now covers Ornish and Pritikin treatments

Medicare will pay for intensive diet and exercise programs developed under the Ornish and Pritikin brands for reducing cardiovascular event risk, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced. The agency's review of published data on the Ornish and Pritikin...

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Light treatment clears psoriasis as it boosts vitamin D levels

naturalnews.com | August 22, 10 at 05:05 AM

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Light treatment clears psoriasis as it boosts vitamin D levels

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) about 7.5 million Americans suffer from the chronic, autoimmune skin disease called psoriasis that causes irritated, flaky and thick patches of red skin; some forms of psoriasis are also associated with joint...

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Green Leafy Veggies May Cut Diabetes Risk

webmd.com | August 20, 10 at 09:02 AM

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Green Leafy Veggies May Cut Diabetes Risk

People who add more green leafy vegetables to their diet may significantly reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study says.  Patrice Carter, a research nutritionist at the University of Leicester, and colleagues reviewed six studies involving...

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ADHD pesticide link confirmed

dailytelegraph.com.au | August 20, 10 at 08:56 AM

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ADHD pesticide link confirmed

MORE evidence has emerged linking exposure to a pesticide "widely used in Australian agriculture" to child cases of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). A US-based study, published today, shows a mother's exposure to organophosphate (OP) pesticides during pregnancy was a...

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Cancer is the world's costliest disease

Associated Press | MARILYNN MARCHIONE | August 17, 10 at 11:12 AM

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Cancer is the world's costliest disease

Cancer is the world's top "economic killer" as well as its likely leading cause of death, the American Cancer Society contends in a new report it will present at a global cancer conference in China this week. Cancer costs more...

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Top Cancer Research Outfit: To avoid cancer - veggies, exercise, no junk food

American Institute for Cancer Research | August 17, 10 at 11:12 AM

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Top Cancer Research Outfit: To avoid cancer - veggies, exercise, no junk food

From the American Institute for Cancer Research: These ten recommendations for cancer prevention are drawn from the WCRF/AICR Second Expert Report. Each recommendation links to more details. Be as lean as possible without becoming underweight. Be physically active for at...

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