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.
A non-profit organization dedicated to the natural products industry has disputed the results of a study measuring the efficacy of multivitamins in cancer prevention.
In what may be seen as more evidence of the American healthcare system’s failures, a newly released study has shown that some senior citizens are forced to forgo prescription medications due to high costs.
Reacting to a recent slew of news about toxic compounds causing heath problems, a nonprofit organization has appealed to the government for more stringent regulations.
Scientists have observed that dry beans have a potential to reduce the risk of mammary cancer.
Most people need alkalinity to balance their pH. The consequences of low or acidic pH are serious, leading to acidic saturation of the body. Serious health consequences can occur such as heart attacks, strokes and death. Even our drinking water—which is the universal solvent—needs to be slightly alkaline to be pH balanced. But most water is acidic and harmful. Find out what this means to your health when you read this article…
A new study sheds light on the role of dietary supplements in the treatment of patients with chronic kidney disease who require dialysis.
President Obama came to power promising to reform the ailing healthcare system, and proponents of alternative medicine call on his administration to treat their industry on par with traditional medicine.
In yet another example of serious oversight, advocacy groups have revealed that the health industry watchdog is failing to act on information about cosmetics containing lead.