As the economy has faltered, sales of herbal remedies and vitamins have been increasing, as people look for less expensive ways to treat health conditions.
Since America is becoming an obese nation, establishment media has started a campaign to make fat beautiful and healthy. But this is what obese people are waiting for—they are already in denial and now they won’t have to be. Some people will even take off on this “okay to be fat” and use it as an excuse to add unlimited pounds! Is it really okay to be fat? Read this article to find out…
Just days after scientists within the FDA accused managers in the administration of corrupt practices, a new report raises concerns about disclosure of financial conflicts.
Privacy advocacy groups have said they will file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission urging it to adopt rules and safeguards related to the mobile advertising industry.
Sodas and fancy coffee drinks may be adding hundreds of additional calories to people’s daily intake, new research suggests.
By adopting universal healthcare, America risks turning into a "nanny state" that controls how its citizens behave and what they consume, a doctor cautions.
President-elect Barack Obama has made it clear that he believes government intervention is the best way to help the country overcome its current economic challenges.
The price of all commodities is escalating. Farm products are reaching all-time highs, led by winter wheat. And prices at the grocery store keep rising. Always buy extra food items to store or freeze—and to beat the higher prices later—keep buying gold and silver coins. It is my opinion that those who possess gold and silver coins and stored food can survive. Get the facts when you read this article…
I told you that according to Dr. F. Batmanghelidj, M.D., author of Your Body’s Many Cries For Water, 70 percent of the medical mafia would collapse if everyone would drink at least eight glasses of water per day and take a total of 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt per quart of water taken throughout the day.
Americans are being placed at risk by the misconduct of managers within the Food and Drug Administration, according to a letter penned by a group of scientists that was sent to the Obama transition team.
The current financial crisis was completely unforeseen by the Bush administration, according to vice president Dick Cheney.
Senator Dianne Feinstein of California has introduced a bill that aims to protect people’s privacy and prevent ID theft by protecting Social Security numbers.
John is a 58-year-old man who was previously diagnosed with fibromyalgia, but was not improving on the various prescribed medications. After testing John, doctors found him to have an enlarged thyroid gland—diagnosed him with Hashimoto’s disease—and low iodine levels. Find out why taking iodine supplementation increased John’s iodine levels, but didn’t relieve his aches and fatigue—and what David Brownstein, M.D., did that made all the difference—when you read this article…
Pharmaceutical and medical device companies who want to protect themselves against litigation can now take a course offered by a former U.S. prosecutor.
RFID technology is being implemented without proper oversight or control, according to Washington representative Jeff Morris.
The move to increase the security standards on state-issued drivers’ licenses and identification cards is hitting numerous roadblocks, according to a report by Newsmax.
It may boggle the mind, but the adult entertainment industry has become the latest sector to ask the government for money to stay afloat.
New reports about a Beijing woman who died of avian influenza may raise fresh fears about a possible resurgence of the disease, which peaked in 2006.
The calcium wave is a stream of calcium ions coming into a cell, and it sends signals to key players in the immune response. For several years, I had an infection that the doctors could not get rid of, but to me, the calcium wave proved to be nothing short of a miracle. Find out why when you read this article…
Worries about the safety of prescription drugs have played a part in reducing customer demand for medications, according to a new report.