Archive for February, 2009
In the current economic conditions almost everyone could use an economic stimulus, and analysts have identified provisions that can benefit America’s retirees.
In addition to supporting healthy bones, especially in menopausal women, a calcium-rich diet may also lower their risk of developing many types of cancer.
While their overall beneficial effects on human health have been well documented, omega-3 fatty acids’ role in obesity treatment and management are only now being properly explored.
A vaccination is a method which introduces diluted disease agents into the system by avoiding the natural defense mechanisms of the body. The viruses are eventually incorporated into the cells of the body which creates a profound confusion throughout the entire organism. Eventually the immune system will begin to attack cells within the body to rid the organism of the foreign substance. This results in chronic autoimmune disease. Why is this continuing to happen? Get the facts when you read this article…
A popular healthy lifestyle magazine is set to honor the top green companies of 2008 in its May 2009 issue.
During the current recession everyone can benefit from a piece of sound economic advice, and one industry group is offering its own insights into managing wealth during turbulent times.
A non-profit organization has released a report which details the FDA’s alleged lack of oversight of quality standards at laboratories which develop medical devices.
Consumer Watchdog has called on the Californian HMO regulator to make public its communications with insurance companies relating to cases of coverage denials for autism treatment.
Scientists believe that vitamin B and folic acid may be helpful in mitigating the risk of vision loss in older people.