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Breathalyzer Developed That Detects Lung Cancer
August 31, 2009 – 10:52 pm | No Comment
Breathalyzer Developed That Detects Lung Cancer

By Yun Xie
With every breath, we intake and expel a complex mix of chemicals. The quality of the air that we inhale depends on our immediate environment, but what we exhale is based on the …

Operation Turntables: Rocking the CDC’s World in Spokane, WA-8/29/09
August 31, 2009 – 9:57 pm | One Comment
Operation Turntables: Rocking the CDC’s World in Spokane, WA-8/29/09

In the surreally bizarre architecture of the Spokane County Pubic Health Building, form appropriately follows function: it resembles four well-endowed circumcised phalluses squared off in a circle jerk.
This is where we two from Seattle reported …

Type 1 Diabetes Linked To Immune Response To Wheat
August 31, 2009 – 9:22 pm | 2 Comments
Type 1 Diabetes Linked To Immune Response To Wheat

Scientists at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and the University of Ottawa have discovered what may be an important clue to the cause of type 1 diabetes. Dr. Fraser Scott and his team tested 42 …

Tumors Feel The Deadly Sting Of Nanobees
August 31, 2009 – 9:00 pm | No Comment
Tumors Feel The Deadly Sting Of Nanobees

When bees sting, they pump poison into their victims. Now the toxin in bee venom has been harnessed to kill tumor cells by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The researchers …

Phasing Out 100W Lightbulbs Could Damage Health
August 31, 2009 – 8:51 pm | 2 Comments
Phasing Out 100W Lightbulbs Could Damage Health

Energy-saving lightbulbs which will replace the old-fashioned incandescent bulbs can trigger migraines, exacerbate skin conditions and lead to other serious health problems, they said.
But the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) said it …

VA Won’t Pay Benefits to Marine Whose Injuries Came From Vaccine
August 31, 2009 – 8:00 pm | No Comment
VA Won’t Pay Benefits to Marine Whose Injuries Came From Vaccine

WASHINGTON — It wasn’t a bullet or roadside bomb that felled Lance Cpl. Josef Lopez three years ago after nine days in Iraq.
It was an injection into his arm before his unit left the states.
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Aleni Prokopius Speaks Out on Vaccines and a Cure for Autism in NaturalNews Interview
August 31, 2009 – 6:27 pm | No Comment
Aleni Prokopius Speaks Out on Vaccines and a Cure for Autism in NaturalNews Interview

(NaturalNews) In a new online interview just posted, Aleni Prokopius from “Green Diva Mom” (www.GreenDivaMom.com) shares her story of vaccines causing autism in her son. As a healthy new mom, Aleni thought the health of …

Food Firms Warn of Sugar Shortage
August 31, 2009 – 2:17 pm | No Comment
Food Firms Warn of Sugar Shortage

So Much for reducing HFCS….
BY SCOTT KILMAN, CAROLYN CUI AND ILAN BRAT
Some of America’s biggest food companies say the U.S. could “virtually run out of sugar” if the Obama administration doesn’t ease import restrictions …

Travelling? Get Your Flu Shot at the Airport
August 31, 2009 – 9:05 am | No Comment

Atlanta based AeroClinic announced it will start offering the H1N1 flu shot to travellers at a series of concourse based kiosks at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport.
AeroClinic will have seven location set-up to offer the vaccine …

Swine Flu: Natural Pandemic or Man-Made Pandemonium?
August 30, 2009 – 11:58 pm | 4 Comments
Swine Flu: Natural Pandemic or Man-Made Pandemonium?

by Lila Rajiva
The latest in the barrage of media reports on swine flu is a Bloomberg news report (August 25, 2009) that it might hospitalize 1.8 million patients in the US and over-burden hospital intensive …