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Heart Health

 

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Chemicals and Toxins

Diabetes

  • New Study Shows Rise in Teen Diabetes, Heart Disease Risk, By Nadia Crow, Reporter – A new study shows alarming statistics about the health of many U.S. teenagers. Since 2000, the rate of kids with diabetes and pre-diabetes nearly tripled from 9% to 23%. One of four kids ages 12 to 19 have two or more risk factors for heart disease.

Cancer

  • The Sun CAN Actually Help Protect You Against Skin Cancer
  • How Tumors Exploit Gut Flora to Fuel Growth, and the Surprising Finding that Chemotherapy Boosts Resistant Cancer
  • 5 Essential Questions to Ask Before Starting Cancer Treatment
  • Your Greatest Weapon Against Breast Cancer (Not Mammograms), Posted By Dr. Mercola | March 03 2012 | 197,044 views
  • Treating Cancer Naturally with AGS (Aglycon Sapogenins) – AGS has been proven to treat many types of cancer-even brain cancer. Let’s hope for more advancement in the development of natural, cancer-fighting treatment options in the near future.
  • This Popular Nut Slashed Breast Cancer Risk in Mice by 50% – “Studies indicate that the omega-3 fatty acids found in walnuts may help lower cholesterol; protect against heart disease, stroke and some cancers; ease arthritis and other inflammatory diseases; and even fight depression and other mental illnesses.”
  • Benefits of Turmeric Root Shown to Eliminate Cancer – Did You Know that an extract of the turmeric root contains a phytochemical called curcumin, which has been shown to eliminate cancer cells from the body? And it costs as little as $8 to administer at levels that rival the effects of chemotherapy.
  • How and why melatonin is an effective cancer treatment – Wednesday, September 07, 2011 by: Connie Strasheim
  • Breast Cancer Breakthrough – Cut Your Risk of Death in Half – According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, 200,000 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed each year in the US, making it three times more common than other gynecological cancers.  Breast cancer will claim the lives of 40,000 people this year. What is really disturbing is the speed at which breast cancer rates have risen over the past 5 decades. In 1960, one in twenty women were diagnosed—but today, it is one in seven.
  • Mammograms cause breast cancer (and other cancer facts you probably never knew) – – Is mammography an effective tool for detecting tumors? Some critics say no. In a Swedish study of 60,000 women, 70 percent of the mammographically detected tumors weren’t tumors at all. These “false positives” aren’t just financial and emotional strains, they may also lead to many unnecessary and invasive biopsies. In fact, 70 to 80 percent of all positive mammograms do not, upon biopsy, show any presence of cancer.  At the same time, mammograms also have a high rate of missed tumors, or “false negatives.” Dr. Samuel S. Epstein, in his book, The Politics Of Cancer, claims that in women ages 40 to 49, one in four instances of cancer is missed at each mammography.Mammograms Add to Cancer Risk—mammography exposes the breast to damaging ionizing radiation. John W. Gofman, M.D., Ph.D., an authority on the health effects of ionizing radiation, spent 30 years studying the effects of low-dose radiation on humans. He estimates that 75% of breast cancer could be prevented by avoiding or minimizing exposure to the ionizing radiation from mammography, X rays, and other medical sources. Other research has shown that, since mammographic screening was introduced in 1983, the incidence of a form of breast cancer called ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), which represents 12% of all breast cancer cases, has increased by 328%, and 200% of this increase is due to the use of mammography.  In addition to exposing a woman to harmful radiation, the mammography procedure may help spread an existing mass of cancer cells. During a mammogram, considerable pressure must be placed on the woman’s breast, as the breast is squeezed between two flat plastic surfaces. According to some health practitioners, this compression could cause existing cancer cells to metastasize from the breast tissue.

One Man’s Secret Weapon to Fighting Cancer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=LKUpOG60GAA

Prevention

  • Rare gene links vitamin D and multiple sclerosis– A rare genetic variant which causes reduced levels of vitamin D appears to be directly linked to multiple sclerosis, says an Oxford University study.
  • Alzheimer’s: Diet ‘can stop brain shrinking’, By Helen Briggs – A diet rich in vitamins and fish may protect the brain from ageing while junk food has the opposite effect, research suggests. Elderly people with high blood levels of vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids had less brain shrinkage and better mental performance, a Neurology study found.
  • A Fluoride-Free Pineal Gland is More Important than Ever – Generally, most fluoride entering the body is not easily eliminated. It tends to accumulate in the body’s bones and teeth. Recently, it has been discovered to accumulate even more in the pineal gland, located in the middle of the brain.
  • 10 Ways To Reduce Toxicity In Your Life & Why it’s Important as You Age – Let’s face it. We are living in a highly toxic world and it’s wreaking havoc on our bodies. We have 400-500 times more heavy metals in our body today than our ancestors did. The longer we are alive on this earth absorbing, inhaling, ingesting toxins, the quicker our bodies will age and the higher our chances are of becoming ill.
  • 17 Affordable Natural Sunscreens that Work – Natural sunscreens, made with organic and mineral sunblocks, are free of worrisome ingredients – but can cost an arm and a leg. These sunscreens were among the best 2011 lotions rated by Environmental Working Group, and they cost less than $5 an ounce. By Dan Shapley
  • “Brain Decline is NOT an Inevitable Part of Aging – 3 Things You Can Do” –  Your brain is your most complex organ and it’s also the one most vulnerable to everyday stressors.  Stress, emotions, exposure to environmental factors, diet and lack of specific nutrients can all take a toll on your brain every day of your life. All these stressors can impact your brain’s functioning. And when that happens, most people brush it off as “just growing older”.   Indeed, your cognitive function – which includes your ability to think, focus, concentrate and remember names and other important facts – can naturally begin to decline around the age of 40.  Some aspects of normal age-related cognitive decline can even begin in healthy young adults in their 20s and 30s.  But you needn’t accept these changes as “normal” as you grow older Researchers today tell us a decline in brain function is not necessarily an inevitable part of growing older. Rather, there’s much you can do to help promote optimal brain function as you age.
  • MICROWAVE COOKING is Killing People!  – Microwave cooking is one of the most important causes of ill health. It is certainly one of the most ignored.

Childhood Epidemics: ADD, Autism, Asthma, Allergies

  • Asthma rates rising in the US: study – WASHINGTON–Asthma cases in the United States have risen 12.3 percent since 2001, and nearly one in 12, or almost 25 million Americans, are stricken with the chronic respiratory disease, the U.S. government said Tuesday.  The extra 4.3 million cases over the past decade also cost more to the U.S. economy — from US$53 billion for medical expenses and lost productivity in 2001 to US$56 billion in 2009, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.
  • Can Autism be Cured?
  • Food Allergies and Food Sensitivities
  • CNN-Scientists warn of chemical-autism link – Autism and environmental health experts called for greater scrutiny of chemicals found in the environment, which could potentially lead to autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders, in a conference call Tuesday.
  •  The Gut-Brain Connection & Autism, ADD, Allergies, and Other Diseases
  • Looming? The Autism Crisis is Here – We’re still reeling from the news.  One in every 88 children born in 2000 has autism.  Among boys alone, it’s one in 54.  That’s supposed to be an average, but the rates in individual states are truly horrific.  In New Jersey, it’s one in every 49 children, one in every 28 boys. In Utah, one in 47 kids has autism.  These numbers are for  today’s twelve year olds.  We don’t even know what the rate is for younger children.
  • Why are food allergies on the rise?  By Elizabeth Landau, CNN, August 3, 2010 1:39 p.m. EDT – It seems like more and more children in the U.S. are developing food allergies, and there’s data to back that up. The number of kids with food allergies went up 18 percent from 1997 to 2007, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 3 million children younger than 18 had a food or digestive allergy in 2007, the CDC said.
  • Calming Kids with ADHD: Omega-3 fatty acids help improve behavior There’s great nutrition news for approximately 2 million children in the US who have ADHD. Consuming foods and supplements rich in omega-3 fatty acids may produce significant improvements in ADHD-related behavior, including inattention and hyperactivity symptoms.
  • New Research Links Autism & Environment – A new scientific study linking autism to environmental exposures has rocked the pediatric health care community—including Healthy Child Healthy World.

Electro Magnetic Fields (dirty electricity, electro-smog, microwave radiation)

Parasites, Bacteria, Viruses and Infections

Eye Health
  • Massive rise in Asian eye damage, 3 May 2012 – Up to 90% of school leavers in major Asian cities are suffering from myopia – short-sightedness – a study suggests.  Researchers say the “extraordinary rise” in the problem is being caused by students working very hard in school and missing out on outdoor light. “What we’ve done is written a review of all the evidence which suggests that something extraordinary has happened in east Asia in the last two generations,” he told BBC News. “They’ve gone from something like 20% myopia in the population to well over 80%, heading for 90% in young adults, and as they get adult it will just spread through the population. It certainly poses a major health problem.”

AIDS

  • Researchers Reveal HIV and Aids Health Scandal – On 1st December 2008 a letter signed by 37 renowned scientists was sent to the prestigious American magazine, Science, requesting that the original 1984 paper, on which all subsequent work concerning HIV/AIDS has been based, be withdrawn from the scientific record as it contains seriously flawed information. These scientists are actually stating that the virus called HIV has not been scientifically proven to exist at all. In fact, Dr Roberto Giraldo has gone as far as to say that HIV was invented not discovered. These scientists also claim that there is, as of December 2008, no known cause for AIDS, which is really a definition for 29 already known illnesses and not a separately identifiable ‘syndrome’. This is particularly surprising as the 2008 Nobel Prize in medicine was awarded to Dr Luc Montagnier and Dr Francoise Barre-Sinoussi for the discovery of the AIDS virus.
  • Out of control: AIDS and the corruption of medical science – Duesberg thinks that up to 75 percent of AIDS cases in the West can be attributed to drug toxicity. If toxic AIDS therapies were discontinued, he says, thousands of lives could be saved virtually overnight. And when it comes to Africa, he agrees with those who argue that AIDS in Africa is best understood as an umbrella term for a number of old diseases, formerly known by other names, that currently do not command high rates of international aid. The money spent on antiretroviral drugs would be better spent on sanitation and improving access to safe drinking water (the absence of which kills 1.4 million children a year)

 

Dr. Mercola Discusses Health Liberty

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