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(Before It's News) On May 25, activists around the world will unite to March Against Monsanto. Why do we march? Research studies have shown that Monsanto’s genetically-modified foods can lead to serious health conditions such as the development of cancer tumors, infertility and birth defects.
For related articles and more information, please visit OCA's Genetic Engineering Page and our Millions Against Monsanto Page. And when are anti-GMO activist groups going to stop saying they're "shocked and disappointed" by the president? Shocked and disappointed is polite-speak and politically co
(Before It's News) Dave Mihalovic, Prevent Disease Waking Times A first-ever vaccine created by University of Guelph researchers to control autistic symptoms is here.
By Dr. Mercola If fluoride is really the panacea for dental disease that it’s been portrayed as, then why is it that the United States is one of the only developed countries that fluoridates their citizens’ drinking water? Hint: It’s not because the other countries aren’t aware of fluoride’s suppo
A pharmaceutical company has withdrawn adverts linking children's dietary supplements and NAPLAN test results after just two days following a public backlash.
Registration is now open for the BioCeuticals Research Symposium to be held in Sydney on 10-11 May at the Shangri-La Hotel. The new Medical symposium could have a real impact in stemming the chronic disease rates in Australia.
Pressure Mounts to Remove GMOs from Infant Formula; Abbott Laboratories Shareholders Set To Vote on Non-GMO Policy
Cornucopia, WI -- Shareholders of Abbott Laboratories will vote on whether the manufacturer of Similac, a leading brand of infant formula, should adopt a policy of sourcing ingredients that have not been genetically engineered.
People with metabolic syndrome could stand to benefit if their standard care is supplemented with treatment and counseling from a naturopathic doctor, according to a new randomized controlled study.
Medical doctors have proclaimed the benefits of an aspirin a day for the cardiovascular system. Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP discusses recent research from the optometry profession about the risk of prolonged aspirin use on eyesight.
GARHWA: After being neglected for the past several years, the residents of fluorosis affected Pratappur, Darmi, Patsa and Mainaha villages in Garhwa block for whom safe drinking water has become a distant dream, heaved a sigh of relief - thanks to the initiatives taken by the district administration.
EU states are to vote shortly on a proposal to restrict the use of pesticides linked to bee deaths in scientific s
Agriculture Minister queries validity of EU proposal to restrict use of pesticide
Defend yourself against prediabetes and diabetes type 2 by sticking to these lifestyle habits, like lifting weights and getting a good night's sleep. Cut Your Diabetes Risk Hit the Weights Upping your lean muscle mass could lower your insulin resistance and drop your odds of developing prediabete
Is it possible to live antibiotic free and why should you? Are there antibiotics in the food you eat? What do you do about antibiotic resistant infections like MRSA? What steps can you take to stay healthy and avoid unnecessary antibiotic use? Find out how to do this in the simplest way possible.
Scientists genetically modify cows to remove their horns in health and safety bid to cut the risk of injury to farmers and other animals
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When was the last time you walked barefoot through the grass or strolled along a beach, your toes digging in the sand? Is it possible that doing so can improve your health? An increasing body of research indicates you can.
(NaturalNews) Drinking a can of sugar-laced soda a day will raise your risk of developing diabetes by 22 percent! According to a new study out today evidence suggests that just one 12-ounce serving of a sugar-sweetened beverage can significantly raise the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
(NaturalNews) Taking a page from national political parties and federal lawmakers, an Oregon group trying to convince Portland residents to approve adding fluoride to the city's drinking water has taken to buying off key constituencies for their support.