We are potentially a nation of diabetics. With our present “diet,” everyone in America will eventually become a diabetic. Why? Because America is on a sugar binge—the population is now so addicted to sugar that products that are not spiked with some kind of sugar or sugar substitute just won’t sell. To find out more about this addiction, read this article now…
There is another reason to switch from processed foods to fresh fruits and vegetables – scientists believe that they play a role in reducing the risk of developing a particular kind of diabetes.
New research has found that a surprising number of women fail to take proper care of their health before becoming pregnant.
In a move that may boost the quality assurance of dietary supplements, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has published a new reference material to improve the testing process.
With a struggling healthcare system and millions of uninsured citizens, unconventional medicine centers are seeing an influx of patients.
Scientists have added another item to the long list of vitamin supplements’ benefits – they may also prevent noise-induced hearing damage.
Green groups from around the world have sent a message to the new administration that it should support international efforts to regulate mercury emissions.
State senators are debating a ban on artificial food coloring which some say is linked to attention deficit disorder in children.
There is a plot against suffering cancer patients—and both oncology and insurance companies are in on it! And the motivating factor behind the plot is profit. Cancer treatment is big business, and the latest study is favoring a shorter, more concentrated—and more expensive—chemotherapy regimen. But a therapy discovered many years ago could lower the chemo doses and make the treatment safer and less expensive. What is it and why is it not being used extensively? Read this article to find out…
A new study has suggested that reliance on fish oil replacements may help reduce the farmed fish industry’s dependence on resources from the wild.