Archive for January, 2009
A new study highlights the benefits of natural foods, while another finds link between processed meat and serious health risks.
Dangers of an overmedicated society have been highlighted by a study which has found that middle-aged and elderly patients face an unprecedented risk of dangerous drug interactions.
After a recent scathing report on federal agencies’ failure to comply with civil rights regulations, another story brings home the need for better oversight of sensitive data by the U.S. government.
Did you know that by the time modern antibiotics were developed in the 1940s, colloidal silver had been the natural antibiotic of choice for 50 years? And because the modern antibiotics were hailed as miracles, colloidal silver became a memory. But now it’s making a comeback. Find out why when you read this article…
Commodity prices seesawed this week as a slew of economic reports depressed the markets and the U.S. government launched another initiative to promote economic recovery.
A new study draws attention to previously unknown health risks associated with a common plastics chemical.
Two major drug companies have announced plans to merge to create the world’s fourth largest enterprise.
Researchers have discovered that U.S.-produced corn syrup contains high levels of a dangerous chemical element.
Events to educate consumers about data protection have been held to mark Data Privacy Day on January 28.
A disturbing report from a leading money management newspaper suggests that U.S. pension funds have sustained heavy losses in 2008.