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.
Modern Americans can be persuaded to believe anything. It is not enough to lead a man toward the sale of a drug. He must also believe that a drug and the doctor who prescribed it will help him. The cholesterol anxiety created by the phony lipid hypothesis has so affected people that they will give a positive report on cholesterol-lowering drugs despite devastating side effects. Find out more when you read this article…
As part of a trend that even very recently would have been unthinkable, increasingly many doctors are suggesting complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies to their patients.
Pharmaceutical companies sponsor an increasing number of research studies, and one scientist has set out to analyze the impact of this trend on the intellectual freedom of research centers.
A study has found that men who take supplements containing beta-carotene may delay the onset of cognitive decline in the old age.
A private U.S. health policy group has published a proposal in which it outlines its plans for expanding coverage and reducing healthcare costs.
Two separate studies have linked Mediterranean diet to a lower risk of heart disease in women and prostate cancer in men.
The FDA has announced that doctors linked a medication used to cure a skin condition to a lethal brain infection.
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…