Archive for June, 2009
Cancer patients may soon have a new treatment option to choose from if ongoing studies prove the usefulness of light therapy technology in treating breast cancer.
A new Harris Interactive poll has suggested the initial excitement at America’s new president seems to be wearing off and people are starting to express discontent.
There are two dimensions of modern warfare. One is the old war machine, where the prizes and prestige go to the one with the biggest and most guns. The other is seductively esoteric. Read this article to learn the second dimension of modern warfare…
Democratic Congressman John Coyers’ wife, Monica, has handed in her letter of resignation from Detroit’s City Council amid corruption allegations.
Sonia Sotomayor, President Obama’s nominee to be the next Supreme Court justice, has found her opinion overruled today on the constitutionality of a New Haven job discrimination case.
Scientists have proposed a model that attempts to explain the long-established empirical link between vitamin D deficiency and a higher cancer risk.
Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) has expressed concerns about the election of Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels as the new president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors due to his anti-gun stance.
Life is in the blood, and if I knew I had any kind of disease that was hard to treat, I would first want to detoxify my blood. I believe that the benefits of ultraviolet therapy—detoxification of the blood—can be received through massive doses of vitamin D3 daily. But the shortest route to blood detoxification would be photoluminescence. Read this article to get more facts about alternative methods and what the risks are for doctors who use them…