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Can a Blast of Light Cure Breast Cancer?
June 30, 2009 – 3:44 pm | No Comment
Can a Blast of Light Cure Breast Cancer?

Actually,  this isn’t quite as revolutionary as they would like you to think.  Royal Rife discovered he could shatter the cell walls of specific pathogens with specific frequencies of light back in the 1920′s.  He …

Silent Spread of Tamiflu Resistant Pandemic H1N1
June 30, 2009 – 3:04 pm | No Comment
Silent Spread of Tamiflu Resistant Pandemic H1N1

He had to start with no ill. That was in the preventive treatment with Tamiflu, because he had been in close contact with a swine influenza hit abroad. Since there had been five days of …

Can You Feel It? It Seems “They” Do
June 30, 2009 – 12:55 pm | No Comment

By Vermont Trotter
Yesterday,  I was reading one of my favorite bloggers,  Les Visible.  Les is an interesting guy whose viewpoints I always find interesting.  He’s not for the feint of heart and I have been …

Large-Scale H1N1 Vaccine Production Begins
June 30, 2009 – 9:30 am | One Comment
Large-Scale H1N1 Vaccine Production Begins

“The United States has set aside $1 billion. The Netherlands ordered 34 million doses and Australia has ordered 10 million doses as the World Health Organization declared a pandemic.”
Julie Steenhuysen
French drug maker Sanofi-Aventis has begun …

FDA May Put Restrictions on Tylenol
June 30, 2009 – 9:15 am | No Comment
FDA May Put Restrictions on Tylenol

MATTHEW PERRONE
ADELPHI, Md. – The makers of Tylenol, Excedrin and other medications are trying to dissuade regulators from placing new restrictions on their popular painkillers, including possibly removing some of them from store shelves.  The …

Memo to Hillary’s Science Czar: Organic Agriculture Isn’t A ‘Myth’
June 30, 2009 – 8:22 am | No Comment
Memo to Hillary’s Science Czar: Organic Agriculture Isn’t A ‘Myth’

Tom Philpott
Is organic farming productive enough to feed billions of people – or will it always be a yuppie niche in a food system increasingly dependent on agri-chemicals, massive animal factories, synthetic fertilizers, and biotechnology?   …

Sprouted Buckwheat is Simple and Delicious
June 30, 2009 – 7:53 am | No Comment
Sprouted Buckwheat is Simple and Delicious

Sprouting takes a nut or seed that is dormant and brings it to life. You can watch as a food that has been sitting in a bag on a shelf for months begins to grow …

Red Yeast Rice Lowers Cholesterol: Study Backs Up Centuries of Traditional Use
June 30, 2009 – 7:45 am | No Comment
Red Yeast Rice Lowers Cholesterol: Study Backs Up Centuries of Traditional Use

Research just published in the Annals of Internal Medicine concludes a nonprescription, natural supplement — red yeast rice — has significant cholesterol-lowering effects. However, one important part of this story is that this isn’t really …

British Scientists Make Key Breakthrough in Superbug Fight
June 29, 2009 – 4:35 pm | No Comment
British Scientists Make Key Breakthrough in Superbug Fight

British scientists have made an important breakthrough in the fight against hospital super bugs such as MRSA with a cleaning product which was invented to stop mould growth in bakeries and fish factories.
By Andrew Pierce
The …

Tamiflu Resistant Pandemic H1N1 in Denmark Raises Concerns
June 29, 2009 – 4:11 pm | No Comment
Tamiflu Resistant Pandemic H1N1 in Denmark Raises Concerns

The first case in the world of resistance to influenza drug Tamiflu in people with influenza H1N1 has been found in Denmark. The person is now healthy, and there is no further evidence of infection …