Scientists believe cognitive decline and other memory problems in humans may be mitigated through a diet rich in oily fish which are high in vitamin D.
Grocery store shelves in the United States are full and most Americans are still able to fill their shopping carts. But in Latvia, Dickensian scenes of destitution are becoming commonplace. To understand what Latvia and the U.S. have in common and learn how to make sure your family has plenty to eat in the future, read this article…
In these uncertain economic times, financial scams are proliferating and an industry association has offered tips on how consumers can protect themselves and their families from this type of fraud.
The nation’s highest court has rejected the challenge to the "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy introduced during the Clinton Administration.
Dietary research has provided new insights into ways of preventing or minimizing age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
It was not a moment to make one feel young. I was seated behind the seniors at this year’s graduation of my former high school — in a section reserved […]
It was not a moment to make one feel young. I was seated behind the seniors at this year’s graduation of my former high school — in a section reserved for the “golden graduates.” That is, those of us who had received our diplomas 50 years earlier.
Senate Democrats have released a draft of a healthcare bill that would introduce sweeping changes to the current insurance system which many consider to be dysfunctional.
Stock prices headed lower today as commodity prices spiked rising new inflation worries.
The activity of an Arizona cancer center has testified to the increasing interest and need for alternative therapies.
The cholesterol myth is a monument to the lies, deceit and fraud of the pharmaceuticals and the government. Cholesterol drugs are expensive and bad for your health—they destroy CoQ10, compromise your overall health and increase your risk of death from all causes. Check out this article for the facts about why you actually need cholesterol—and what you’re doing to your body when you use cholesterol-lowering drugs…
The White House has unveiled the National Southwest Border Counternarcotics Strategy which aims to combat the rising drugs trafficking and violence along America’s border with Mexico.
Ahmed Ghailani, a suspected Al-Qaeda member held until yesterday at the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba, has been transferred to New York earlier today.
Allergy-stricken readers will be relieved to learn there is an alternative to antihistamine medications, with their unpleasant side effects, in the form of a hayfever-fighting product based on acupressure points.
Media reports have suggested the Obama administration is considering a law which would permit detainees to plead guilty in death penalty cases without full trial.
A newly promoted senior gun rights activist has said the administration’s actions conflict with traditional American attitudes on life and the right to possess arms.
Those who suffer from digestive problems but do not want to take medications that may lead to unpleaseant side effect may find relief from an Ayurvedic herbal mix based on the Indian healing tradition.
Gold prices have been on a roller coaster thanks to a number of wild card developments, not the least of these being China’s announcement in April that they had been secretly buying the yellow metal. Read this article to learn what China’s purchases mean in the long and short term for gold…
Heartburn and acid indigestion have never been caused by too much natural stomach acid—which is hydrochloric acid (HCl)—but by too little natural stomach acid (HCl). Low HCl levels cause problems with the digestive process, and the undigested foods ferment and produce organic acids. The fermentation and organic acids of fermentation are the cause of gas and reflux, but antacids kill both the good HCl and the bad organic acids of fermentation. And just how important is a sufficient amount of HCl? Find out when you read this article…
Silver nanoparticles injected into the bloodstream may protect against blood clots in coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke, according to new research.