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Mothers suffering from toxic chemical exposure more likely to have autistic and ADHD children, research suggests
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(NaturalNews) The modern world is a chemical minefield, and a new study from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio has found that chronic exposure to chemical pollutants can have a disastrous effect on the health of children. Mothers who are particularly sensitive... [...]
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Allopathic doctors overestimate their intelligence and make things up when they're wrong, study suggests
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(NaturalNews) After completing a formal college education and receiving a degree in medicine, a doctor may feel that they are now an expert. It's this sense of pride that can infect a doctor's intelligence, ultimately preventing them from learning more each day. This pride can close... [...]
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Artificial sweeteners cause heart failure, diabetes, high blood pressure and other health problems, study suggests
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(NaturalNews) In light of a recent study finding that nearly 200,000 people per year are killed by sugar-sweetened beverages, some people might be tempted to switch to diet soft drinks instead. The information from this study was presented at the 63rd Annual Scientific Session of... [...]
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Yet another reason to enjoy wine – study suggests it can help you burn more fat
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(NaturalNews) Whether consumed as whole fruit, juice or wine, muscadine grapes hold promise for managing obesity and metabolic disorders like fatty liver. The dark-colored red fruit is native to the southeastern United States, and contains potent natural chemical compounds that reduce... [...]
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Overuse of antibiotics is making kids fat, destroying gut flora and hindering child development, study suggests
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(NaturalNews) Typically, the first thing that happens when people get an infection is their receipt of a quick scrawl on a doctor's prescription pad for an antibiotic. However, rather than improving health, antibiotics are destroying it; a new study conducted by experts at NYU Langone... [...]
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CDC Suggests Mothers Delay Breastfeeding to Enhance Vaccine
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CDC’s researchers assume vaccine is better for the baby than breastfeeding. [...]
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Mars plan suggests Phobos mission by 2033
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Astronauts on a manned mission to Mars could first use its moon Phobos as a staging area. Getting humans to Mars will be one of the greatest technolog... [...]
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Painkillers kill your emotions and numb your mind, study suggests
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(NaturalNews) The active ingredient in Tylenol might numb people's emotional reactions, according to a study conducted by researchers from Ohio State University and published in the journal Psychological Science."People who took acetaminophen didn't feel the same highs or lows... [...]
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Is synthetic folic acid toxic to your body? Research suggests 'yes'
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(NaturalNews) One of the major pitfalls that many people encounter, often unknowingly, when trying to adopt a cleaner, healthier lifestyle is the synthetic vitamin deception. A great many of those inexpensive, mass-produced nutritional supplements you see lining the shelves at drug... [...]
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Government employs con artist strategies to trick public into vaccinating, study suggests
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(NaturalNews) The U.S. government is having a tough time dredging up enough convincingly sound science to persuade the public into believing that vaccines are safe and effective medicine, so it's now resorting to ignoble manipulation tactics to trick people into get jabbed. A new... [...]
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Chicago “Black Site” Suggests America Has Passed the Point of No Return
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Joshua KrauseActivist PostThis past week, the creepy “Homan Square” detention facility was revealed to the public, and the story has been trending heavily throughout the alternative media. First-person accounts of suspects being whisked away to the secret building without any official record of their whereabouts, with no access to a lawyer, while being subjected brutal interrogations, sounds like something you’d hear about from some 3rd world dictatorship.But, unfortunately, it’s [...]
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Comment on Stalemate At Minsk Summit And Eurogroup Meeting Suggests Tensions In Europe And Globally Are Set To Escalate by delllat
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What would happen if the Russians became more diplomatic with Cuba. What would happen if Russia picked up trade relations with Cuba? Someone please advise. Thank you. [...]
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Soda Habit May Prompt Early Puberty in Girls, Study Suggests
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A "risk factor for depression during adolescence and breast cancer during adulthood." [...]
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Vitamin D supplementation reduces need for respiratory support, study suggests
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(NaturalNews) Researchers from Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School have discovered that inadequate vitamin D supplementation among surgical intensive care patients can increase the amount of time needed on respiratory support.(1)The study... [...]
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Vitamin D inhibits prostate cancer by activating inflammation-regulating gene, study suggests
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(NaturalNews) Vitamin D may reduce prostate cancer risk by acting on a gene that lowers inflammation, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Colorado Cancer Center and published in the journal Prostate.Back in 1990, scientists first suggested that... [...]
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Computer model suggests 5,000 Ebola deaths by September 24; hundreds of thousands soon after
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(NaturalNews) Based on its current rate of spread, the West African Ebola outbreak is expected to surge in the coming weeks, according to a new study published in the journal PLOS Currents: Outbreaks. Researchers from Northeastern University in Boston have projected that as many as... [...]
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Study suggests federal law to combat use of ‘club drugs’ has done more harm than good
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Activist PostA federal law enacted to combat the use of "club drugs" such as Ecstasy — and today's variation known as Molly — has failed to reduce the drugs' popularity and, instead, has further endangered users by hampering the use of measures to protect them.University of Delaware sociology professor Tammy L. Anderson makes that case in a paper she will present at the 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. The paper, which has been accepted for publication this f [...]
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Conservatives Are Greatest Threat To Nation, Obama Suggests
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Political conservatives are the greatest threat to the nation, President Barack Obama suggested in a kid-glove interview with the New York Times. [...]
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Study suggests 'soul mates' have the worst relationships: Here's a better way to think about romance
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(NaturalNews) Of course we've all been primed to find our soulmate and live in a state of unconditional love and unity.But is the social conditioning around soulmates valid? Or is the concept of soulmates just a pop psychology fantasy that leads to frustration and loneliness?One... [...]
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Ukraine air traffic controller suggests Kiev military shot down passenger plane
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Not known where the order to shoot down the plane originated from. [...]
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Study Suggests More Concealed Carry Permits, Less Crime
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Study reveals that 11.1 million Americans now carry concealed weapons.. [...]
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Holder Suggests His Opponents Are Racist
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He also claims that opposition to Obama is also race-driven. [...]
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Free will could be the result of ‘background noise’ in the brain, study suggests
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Decisions could be predicted based on patterns of brain activity. [...]
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Lethality of Roundup ‘Weedkiller’ Extends Beyond Plants To Humans, Study Suggests
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Green Med Info | A shocking new study finds that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, “…may be the most biologically disruptive chemical in our environment,” capable of contributing to a wide range of fatal human diseases. A new report published in the journal Entropy links the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide known as glyphosate with a wide range of fatal diseases.[i] Glyphosate is the world’s most popular herbicide and is designed to kill all [...]
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N.Y. State Suggests HIV Tests For 13-Year-Olds, Sex Ed In Elementary School
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Acting State Health Commish: Protecting Adolescents’ Health Is Public Health Priority [...]
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Limited Study Suggests Paleo Diet is “Best” for Weight Loss
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A recent study which looked at the benefits of eating like a “cavewoman” when compared with a low-fat, high carbohydrate diet determined the cavewoman diet was best. But when comparing two things in a pool of many, you can’t determine one is the best of all unless you are willing to analyze the whole pool. You can, however, say one is better than the other. According to the study, the paleo diet, centered mostly around vegetables and meat, is better for weight loss than a diet rich in whol [...]
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Dr. Oz suggests important food swaps to help fight inflammation
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Study Suggests Vegetarians are Less Healthy, more Prone to Disease than Meat-Eaters
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What you eat has both immediate and long-term effects on your health. What foods produce the best health results have been a point of contention since as far back as we can remember. Generally, no one argues that a diet rich in vegetables is a bad diet, but a new study says that those completely abstaining from non-vegetarian foods (meat, dairy, etc.) —vegans and vegetarians—may be less healthy than their meat-eating counterparts. The research from the Medical University of Graz and publishe [...]
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