Wikipedia Is Probably Not Your Best Source of Drug Information

Sep 2, 2009 by

Wikipedia, the free-to-use online encyclopedia, has become the information source of choice for many internet users. And that includes...

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CT Scans, MRIs and other Imaging Tests – Costly and Harmful

Sep 2, 2009 by

If you have ever taken a CT scan or MRI, which is most likely the case, you would know just how costly these tests are. And, do you...

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Why the U.S. is Chronically Sick, and How to Solve the Problem

Sep 2, 2009 by

Two to three centuries ago, the American population was quite healthy overall. Fast forward two to three hundred years, and, despite...

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Statin Drugs May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer in Obese Men

Jun 14, 2009 by

Statins are pharmaceutical drugs frequently prescribed to control and lower cholesterol levels. On top of that, they are often pushed...

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Questions About Chemotherapy and Cancer Drugs

Apr 17, 2009 by

Often, we are told of the safety and effectiveness of modern medicine’s methods and treatment techniques. We are told that a...

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Choosing Alternative Cancer Treatment, and Knowing the Failings of Chemotherapy

Apr 17, 2009 by

Many people turn to natural and herbal remedies for many minor ailments – headaches, itchy skin, tummy upsets and what not. But...

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Bill Maher Talks About Pharmaceutical, Medical and Food Industries

Mar 30, 2009 by

There are big things wrong with the medical and health care (are they the same thing?) system in developed nations today. There is...

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German New Medicine – A Woman’s Healing From Ovarian Cancer and Peri...

Mar 20, 2009 by

Have you ever heard of German New Medicine, or GNM for short? I hadn’t, until I recently conversed with a lady who fully...

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US Government Pushing New Food Control Laws; Health Freedom Under Further Threat...

Mar 19, 2009 by

More on Health and Food Freedom. The new American administration is said to be pushing new laws and regulations in the area of food...

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Side Effects of Conventional Cancer Treatment – Bone Loss

Mar 10, 2009 by

Conventional cancer treatment or therapy – either word is highly misleading regarding its effectiveness and safety – is...

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Osteoporosis Hip Fractures – How To Prevent and Reduce Their Occurrence

Mar 10, 2009 by

Osteoporosis, thanks to degenerate dietary and lifestyle habits, is a growing problem in developed nations. It also follows that...

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Health Freedom Will Soon Be Gone if the People Are Indifferent

Mar 9, 2009 by

Health Freedom in the first world, industrialized world, developed world, modern world, (supposed) free world – whatever you...

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Conventional Diabetes Treament Costs in US Increased Almost 100% from 2001 to 20...

Mar 4, 2009 by

Diabetes is a serious health condition which is beginning to affect an increasing number of people. In natural health circles, there...

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Mainstream Media Reporting on Pharmaceutical Drugs Skewed Towards Corporate Inte...

Mar 4, 2009 by

If you hadn’t realized by now, the mainstream media is a highly biased and highly censored source of information. It has its...

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Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Does Not Bring Expected Benefits

Mar 4, 2009 by

Arthroscopic knee surgery is said to be a very commonly carried out operation. However, it may not bring the desired benefits as far...

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Antibiotic Side Effects and Negative Reactions to Antibiotics; Thousands Sent to...

Mar 3, 2009 by

Antibiotic side effects and negative reactions to antibiotics is a serious issue. Each year, pharmaceutical drugs, including...

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Millions of Chronically Ill Working Americans Do Not Have Insurance

Mar 3, 2009 by

Healthcare and medical costs in the United States are spiraling out of control. Yet, a study has found that millions of working...

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5 Causes and Triggers of Asthma

Feb 12, 2009 by

Over the past few months, several studies have surfaced information on some possible causes and triggers of asthma. These factors...

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Breath Test Could Diagnose Asthma in Future

Feb 12, 2009 by

With the passage of time, Man develops better and safer methods of detecting and diagnosing disease. As long as the profit interests...

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Many Diagnosed Asthmatics May Not Have Asthma At All

Feb 12, 2009 by

Have you been diagnosed with asthma? Modern medicine is a lot about diagnoses and intervention, mainly in the form of drug...

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Brand Name Heart Drugs Found To Be No Better Than Generic Counterparts

Feb 4, 2009 by

A study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association has found that brand-name drugs which treat heart disease are not...

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If Oncologists Won’t Use Chemotherapy, Why Should Anyone?

Jan 14, 2009 by

Would you allow a car mechanic who does not know how, or does not dare, to fix his own car, to fix yours? Would you dare to live a...

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Since When Did Colonoscopies Prevent Cancer?

Jan 14, 2009 by

I have been seeing some stories lately about how colonoscopy is only effective for detecting cancer in the left side of the colon...

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Many Women Put Through Unnecessary Surgical Breast Biopsies

Jan 13, 2009 by

A study has suggested that almost 600,000 out of the 1.6 million women who undergo breast biopsies are in fact going through...

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Medical Journal Suggests Psychotropic Drugs Should Be Prescribed to Healthy Peop...

Jan 12, 2009 by

In Dec 2008, an issue of the medical journal Nature published an article which gathered 7 scientists (two of them were on the payroll...

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FDA Scientists Allege Their Managers Interfered With Review of Medical Devices

Jan 12, 2009 by

In general, I would like to focus more on health-promoting methods, rather than harp on the shortcomings and failures of conventional...

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Discussing the “War on Cancer”

Jan 11, 2009 by

Conventional medicine, or, as it is called in the present day, allopathic medicine, had, many decades ago, declared a “war on...

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Melamine Found in US Infant Formulas; Is the FDA Protecting the American People?

Jan 7, 2009 by

The whole melamine and milk saga in China created quite a big hoo hah. But somehow, we believe that it happened in some faraway place,...

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Patient Photographs Make Radiologists Read CT Scans More Meticulously, Study Sho...

Jan 7, 2009 by

Radiologists are often unseen and unheard medical professionals. They spend most of their time viewing scans and then writing...

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Thermograms – A Better Alternative To Mammograms

Dec 30, 2008 by

With the effectiveness and safety of mammograms coming into question, and even coming under fire, the next issue becomes – what is...

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