Archive for April, 2009
On the second anniversary of Virginia Tech shooting yesterday, students and advocates rallied at State Capitol in Austin, Texas, to call for a ban on guns on America’s campuses.
A study has found that people who took a nutritional supplement called Factor D had a lower gastric cancer rate for at least 10 years after they ceased taking it.
Studies show an inverse correlation between bone mineral density and calcification of the arteries—a major contributor to heart disease. This means that if our bone mineral density is low, the calcification of our arteries is high. This makes osteoporosis and heart disease twins. What is the common thread between osteoporosis and heart disease? Read this article to find out…
Given the recent spate of deadly shootings from coast to coast, some have found it surprising that American’s preference for stricter gun control laws has been declining.
The 19th annual Retirement Confidence Survey (RCS) has found that many people expect to work longer as hopes for a comfortable retirement are fading.
Before reaching for antihistamine drugs to relieve the sneezing and the watery eyes, it may be worth considering so some natural options that can minimize the unpleasant symptoms as the allergy season gets underway in parts of the country.
Isn’t it amazing how quickly, how decisively, and how effectively our armed forces can act, when they’re given the right orders and are allowed to do their job?
Taiwanese scientists have discovered that a component found in soybeans may be useful in promoting better health during menopause.
Conservatives from coast to coast are expressing their dissatisfaction with the course of Obama’s economic policies.
The administration’s announcement regarding planned immigration reform is pitting supporters and critics once again in a debate about the impact of an amnesty on American economy and the job market.