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From today's The Best Years in Life Health News Page

Natural News:

Blueberries control high cholesterol and prevent colon cancer

3/12/2008 - Two recent studies conducted on animals suggest that eating blueberries may contribute to healthier cholesterol levels and help stave off colon cancer. In the first study, conducted by researchers...

Grow Your Own Probiotics, Part 1: Kefir

3/12/2008 - The world of lacto-fermentation is a fascinating one. Virtually every culture has some kind of fermented food/beverage. Fermented products are significant sources of amino acids, vitamins...

Treat Lyme Disease with Over-The-Counter Chinese Herbal Medicines

3/12/2008 - A silent epidemic is ravaging our people, inflicting a large and harrowingly complex group of symptoms including arthritic conditions, autoimmune conditions, cognitive problems, and many more...

A Vote for Your Beliefs May Be a Vote Against Your Freedom

3/12/2008 - It looks like about 66% of Americans will be happy when January 20, 2009 rolls around and a new president is inaugurated. And you will be happier still if the new president is the one you...

Landmark Study Finds Obesity to be More Dangerous to Health than Smoking

3/12/2008 - Being seriously overweight may reduce a person's life expectancy even more than smoking, according to a report by 250 leading scientists. According to the Foresight Report on obesity in the...

Health Ranger Radio Show Launches Nationwide on March 24th, Covering Health Freedom, Natural Remedies and More

3/11/2008 - (NaturalNews) The Health Ranger radio show is launching on March 24th. It will bring the message of health freedom, disease prevention, superfoods nutrition and skeptical consumerism to potentially millions...

Men with Chronic Heart Failure Can Still Have Sex without Dying, Say Medical Researchers

3/11/2008 - Fears that men with chronic heart failure might risk their lives by having sex are overblown, and even those taking v1agra may be safe engaging in sexual activity if they are receiving the...

Plan To Spray Toxic Biological Chemicals Over San Francisco Announced

3/11/2008 - People of the world, the US Government is planning to poison more than two million people, in California, using an untested biological "pesticide" this summer. The chemical to be sprayed is...

Solving the Great pH Riddle Permanently for Better Health

3/11/2008 - We live in a world where all the developed nations have developed a unique neurosis that I call “pH Panic and Paranoia.” Lacking understanding and wooed by the lust for money for their “miracle...

Fatty Acid Blood Tests Help Assess Risk for Heart Disease

3/11/2008 - Back in 2004 two fatty acid researchers, William Harris PhD and Clemens von Schacky M.D., developed a lab test designed to measure the amount of omega-3 essential fatty acids in blood. They...

Aloha Aspartame? Unfortunately, Not Yet

3/11/2008 - Walking down the isles of your local supermarket, it is difficult to pick up any one item that does not contain aspartame. Without actually reading the ingredient list, consumers are led to...

The Cholesterol Battle: How to Win It Naturally

3/11/2008 - When the human blood cholesterol level is higher than that which can be used by the human body, the surplus cholesterol may eventually cause strokes, and or cardiovascular distress. Medications...

Alternative Treatments for Infertility Offers Hope

3/11/2008 - In 2002, about 12 percent of US women (7.3 million) between ages 15-44, had difficulty conceiving or carrying a baby to term, according to the National Center for Health Statistics of the...

Cycad Plant Uses Heat, Odor to Attract Pollinating Insects

3/11/2008 - A type of plant that evolved before the dinosaurs uses variations in temperature and scent to trick insects into carrying out pollination for it, according to a study conducted by researchers...

Medication Pollution Spreads: Water Supply of 24 U.S. Cities Found Contaminated with Pharmaceuticals

3/10/2008 - (NaturalNews) Analysis of tap water supplies in major metropolitan areas conducted by the Associated Press has revealed that the water supply in 24 major U.S. cities -- serving over 40 million people ...

Healing Illness - A Natural Anti-Cancer Protocol

3/10/2008 - Western medicine treats the body as a collection of parts instead of as a synergistic organism. When it comes to treating broken bones and injured body parts, mainstream Western medicine is...

Nissan's Electric Commuter Concept Car Pivots 360 Degrees, Independent of Wheels

3/10/2008 - Nissan Motor Company has developed an electric vehicle that pivots on its wheel axis, can squeeze into tight spots without backing up, and even tells its driver to relax when stressed out...

HealthWorld Online:

Stroke: Outcome depends on nutrition – so stay out of hospital   (3/10/2008)

Pacemakers: Manufacturers sell devices they know are faulty   (3/10/2008)

HRT: Cancer risk continues three years after stopping drug   (3/10/2008)

Few docs to care for kids with diabetes   (3/10/2008)

CDC Study Reveals Adults May Not Get Enough Rest or Sleep   (3/10/2008)

Nutra Ingredients USA

Omega-3 deficient diet poses risks to infant health
11-Mar-2008 - The typical North American diet consisting of large amounts of meat and little fish is deficient in omega-3 fatty acids, posing possible risks to infant neurological development, says new research.

Green leafy vegetables may halve lung cancer risk
11-Mar-2008 - An increased intake of green leafy vegetables, but not fruit, may reduce the risk of lung cancer by 50 per cent, suggests a new study from Spain.

Magnesium may prevent strokes in male smokers
11-Mar-2008 - A high intake of magnesium may play a role in preventing cerebral infarction, a form of stroke, according to a large-scale population study from Finland.

Vitamin D-calcium combo provides long-term benefits for men
10-Mar-2008 - The benefits of a combined vitamin D3 and calcium for bones, reported to stop or slow bone loss, may extend for up to 18 months after stopping supplementation, suggests a new study from Australia.

Second-generation prebiotics get clinical trial support
10-Mar-2008 - A novel mixture of prebiotic galacto-oligosaccharides may selectively boost levels of friendly bacteria in the gut, showing that manufacture prebiotics can be tailored for higher selectivity, UK researchers report.

Bioactive dairy protein focus for Manitoba-Australia team-up
07-Mar-2008 - Canadian and Australian scientists are teaming-up to explore the potential of bioactive proteins from dairy to impact chronic disease prevention and management.

Broccoli compound boost for immune health
07-Mar-2008 - A compound found in broccoli, previously linked to anti-cancer benefits, may also counter the decline in the body's immune system associated with age, says a new study from UCLA.

Study questions low-dose lutein for eye health
07-Mar-2008 - Supplements of lutein and a range of antioxidants did not benefit the health of normal eyes, possibly highlighting the importance of doses, suggests new research from England.

Elderly muscles benefit from amino acid supplements
06-Mar-2008 - Supplementing the diet of elderly people with the full set of essential amino acids can boost their lean body mass, strength and physical function, according to a new study.

Chromium picolinate linked to brain activity boost
06-Mar-2008 - A daily supplement of chromium picolinate may increase brain activity in older people experiencing early memory decline, researchers have reported


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