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Hidden Health Risk of Cell Phones

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Research into the link between regular cell phone use and brain cancer reveals the risks rise significantly after 10 years.

By Geoffrey Lean


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RepubliCON Protected CONagra refuses to recall potpies and Puts Americans At Risk of Death

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Bacteria - Despite pleas from Oregon and Minnesota, the company issues consumer alerts for poultry, but not beef, varieties

ALEX PULASKI


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What's Really in Your Food?

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by Suzanne Nelson

Food labels were designed to earn our trust. Since 1990, the Food and Drug Administration has required manufacturers to list the ingredients of their products, and more recently, “Nutrition Facts” boxes appear on everything from cereal to chewing gum.


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A little bit of fetish is perfectly healthy

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Now the word fetish (from the French word ‘fetishe’ meaning ‘an idol, a mascot’) is very popular and has even given rise to the phenomenon of fetishism.


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Six fatal cases related to brain-eating amoeba reported in USA

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Sounds like a disease the RepubliKons are suffering from! Bush, Cheney, Gates, Rice, Betrayus, et al

The term “killer amoeba” may as well belong to some sci-fi movie. Unfortunately, a microscopic organism called Naegleria fowleri is not part of fiction. The amoeba lives in lakes and hot springs.


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Both lack of sleep and too much sleep can do damage to one's health

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Researchers from the University of Warwick and University College London recently completed a study commissioned by the British Sleep Society. The study involved more than ten thousand residents of the United Kingdom.


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Acupuncture Treatment May Be More Effective Than Conventional Therapy In Treating Lower Back Pain

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Six months of acupuncture treatment appears to be more effective than conventional therapy in treating low back pain, according to a study in the September 24 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals, although the study suggests that both sham acupuncture and traditional Chinese verum acupuncture appear to be effective in treating low back pain.


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Sex treats hangovers, painful menstruations and common cold

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It is generally believed that regular sexual activity is good for people’s body and mind. It is not as hard as jogging or working out in a gym but still very effective. Like any kind of sports sexual activity includes a tough job for muscles, acceleration of breathing and cardiac rate which in its turn results in better metabolism.


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New Patch Will Boost Women's Sex Drives

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By Frances Cerra Whittelsey

The arrival on the European market of a female-targeted testosterone patch to treat low sex desire caused by menopause is raising new questions in the United States about why there is no equivalent product on pharmacy shelves. Opponents say that there is good reason why, and the patch is not ready for U.S. approval.


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Mistresses of High Cancer Rates Cover-Up

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You should, really should, read this!


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Reports Link RFID Implants To Cancer

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RFID chip maker VeriChip says it will review several studies that link RFID implants to cancer in laboratory animals

By Thomas Claburn


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Fight foot fungus

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Designers from Philippine Ad agency DM9-JaymeSyfu created quite a dubious series of ad posters advertising an antifungal agent Tolnaftate.


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Truth or dare

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Talking about it is one thing, telling the truth quite another: consulting the experts, Karim El-Khashab dares divulge the taboo of taboos


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Belly dancing improves body image and self-esteem

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Many see a belly dance or a dance performed by a woman with curving movements of the hips and abdomen as an exquisite treat that should be set apart for special occasions only. However, the assertion would look preposterous to those who have already learned how to “turn the key” with their hip movements and control “the wave” with their arms, those who can shake their bellies playfully to the music’s rhythm and project their emotions through dance.


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Pharmageddon: the prescription pill epidemic

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Our increasing reliance on pills has resulted in a 27 per cent rise in prescriptions written by doctors in just five years. It's costing the NHS £10bn a year, £200m of which is wasted on drugs that are never used. Nina Lakhani reports on a dangerous addiction


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Nine misconceptions about herpes

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The number of people with the common cold core, usually present on and around the lips, tends to increase as temperatures drop outside. Indeed, oral herpes is quite common. There is no air of mystery about it. However, an average patient does not seem to be very knowledgeable about the disease. “Well, it looks like small blisters occurring on the lips,” one would say. The more initiated (and the former sufferers) would also mention genital herpes. However, just a handful may be aware of a close relationship between the two types of herpes simplex virus (HSV).


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Is illness staring you in the face? Symptoms you can spot in the mirror

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By ANGELA EPSTEIN

Staring closely at yourself in the mirror may seem vain, but it could be good for your health.

Experts believe our faces reflect our state of wellbeing, and that problems often dismissed as trivial, such as bloodshot eyes, could be a sign of something more serious.


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Eating Made Simple

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How do you cope with a mountain of conflicting diet advice?

By Marion Nestle


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Breast implants linked with suicide

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By Maggie Fox

Women who get cosmetic breast implants are nearly three times as likely to commit suicide as other women, U.S. researchers reported on Wednesday.


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People may catch HIV though oral sex with infected partner

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Researchers have determined how people can catch HIV that causes AIDS though oral sex with infected partners. As it turned out, there may be no injuries inside of the mouth but a partner may still catch the virus while having oral sex. After twenty five years of an extensive research American doctors have determined that humans have a molecule that comes in contact with the virus.


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This is your brain on love

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When you're attracted to someone, is your gray matter talking sense -- or just hooked?

Scientists take a rational look.

By Susan Brink


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Why Humans Have Sex

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Cindy M. Meston & David M. Buss

Historically, the reasons people have sex have been assumed to be few in number and simple in nature–to reproduce, to experience pleasure, or to relieve sexual tension. Several theoretical perspectives suggest that motives for engaging in sexual intercourse may be larger in number and psychologically complex in nature. Study 1 used a nomination procedure that identified 237 expressed reasons for having sex, ranging from the mundane (e.g., ‘‘I wanted to experience physical pleasure’’) to the spiritual


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Hope for the US - Natural Solution to the GOP Treason

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Hostile Men Could Have Greater Risk for Heart Disease


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Gold Nanoparticles May Pan Out as Tool for Cancer Diagnosis

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When it comes to searching out cancer cells, gold may turn out to be a precious metal. Purdue University researchers have created gold nanoparticles capable of identifying marker proteins making the tiny particles a potential tool to better diagnose and treat breast cancer.


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Epidemic of syphilis endangers Europe

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Doctors are raising the alarm in Europe which is seeing an appalling rise in the incidence rates of syphilis, a dangerous sexually transmitted disease. Homosexuals and bisexuals top the list of high-risk groups.


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Modern medicine helpless against hereditary diseases

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There are special diseases that are so old that it is known that even Egyptian mummies and tsars’ families were suffering from them.


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USA Turns Kids into Kriminals then Want to Jail them for their Krimes

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Ritalin poses child crime risk

By Kate Sikora


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New sex lubricant blocks HIV and genital herpes

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An experimental sex lubricant designed by Australian researchers could help block both HIV and genital herpes, a study suggests.

Tests on lab animals have shown that the microbicide gel, called Viva Gel, inactivates the HIV virus and another responsible for genital herpes.


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Is Monogamy Natural?

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By Anneli Rufus

A hot naked chick hit on Joe Quirk at Burning Man. That's what he calls her: a hot naked chick. He's married. But his wife wasn't there.

"I was in the middle of a desert," he remembers. "Nobody would ever know."



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Gynecologists conduct special research works to find out if women can wear g-strings

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G-strings are the right type of lingerie for wearing in summer. You can wear them under your skintight and see-through outfits. Your body is likely to get an even, steady tan if you wear g-string swimwear while relaxing on the beach. However, wearing g-strings all the time can be risky in terms of women’s health


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Hazard Warning on Home Cleaners

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Study says many use chemicals linked to fertility problems

by Jane Kay

Dozens of common household cleaning products contain hidden toxic chemicals linked to fertility disorders in lab animals, according to data gathered by a women’s research group.A type of glycol ether is frequently found in popular cleaning products such as Windex Aerosol, Formula 409, Lemon Fresh Pine-Sol and Simple Green All Purpose Cleaner, says the report released today by Women’s Voices for the Earth, a Montana-based nonprofit working to eliminate or reduce toxic chemicals in the home.


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Lame Duck Bush's Scienceless Khristian FDA "NOW" says food recall is urgent health threat

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By Will Dunham

A recall of canned meat products and dog food made at a Georgia plant due to botulism fears could involve tens of millions of cans that pose an urgent public health threat, U.S. officials said on Monday.


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CEOs in USA Deserve the Death Penalty Too?

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China Executed Businessman for Murdering Animals with Tainted Pet Food..
So how much more does a CEO deserve for murdering Humans with tainted food?

Botulism Warning

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning consumers not to eat certain brands of canned chili sauce because they could get botulism poisoning which can be fatal.


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Health benefits of tea still steeped in mystery

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By Sally Squires

Michael Seidman, director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at the Henry Ford Health System inDetroit, hates the taste of green tea. But that doesn’t stop him from drinking a cup five days a week. When he’s done sipping, Seidman squeezes all the liquid out of the loose tea leaves and then - get this - eats them.


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Scientists admit yoga can relieve stress

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By Tamara McLean

SCIENTISTS have found the first proof that yoga can ease the pain of premenstrual tension.


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Processing the American Diet

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By Vanja Petrovic

Have you ever gone to the supermarket, flipped over the package of a processed food and stared blankly at the ingredients? Have you ever wondered what whey protein, polysorbate 60 or high fructose corn syrup is?


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Breaking a compact fluorescent light bulb could cost you $2,000 in toxic mercury cleanup

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Mike Adams

While large-scale marketing efforts tout cost savings of compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), few are explaining the real cost -- to the environment and to individuals -- of broken or discarded CFLs.


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Challenging the Vaccination Dogma

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by Sherri Tenpenny

A chilling pattern consistently arises from the stories of hundreds of parents:

My child was a normal, happy, and healthy. He was walking, learning to talk and playing with his siblings. He was on track developmentally, and everything was normal. At his one-year well baby check up, the doctor said it was time for his next round of shots. Unquestioning, the shots were given. Within weeks, he was autistic.


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Sex and water: fully compatible

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That is correct, this article is devoted to the subject of having sex in water. Below are several options you are most welcome to explore


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Chocolate to treat hypertension

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All it takes is a bite of the dark stuff


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Law Requires N.M. to Grow Its Own Pot

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New Mexico has a new medical marijuana law with a twist: It requires the state to grow its own.

The law, effective Sunday, not only protects medical marijuana users from prosecution _ as 11 other states do- but requires New Mexico to oversee a production and distribution system for the drug.


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A 'Vegetable' Like Terri Shiavo, Now on His Way to Recovery

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By Peter J. Smith

Written off by doctors as a hopeless “vegetable”, an Arizona man would not now be on his way to recovery from an accident caused by a marital quarrel if not for his family’s unrelenting struggle for his life.


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Organic Food : Not so Organic - just more Poison

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ALERT - USDA Announcement: Foods Carrying the USDA '95% Organic' Seal Are Now Allowed to Contain Factory Farmed Intestines, PCBs, and Mercury


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Stay away from Snot Drenched Money

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Flu could hitch a ride on banknotes

Debora MacKenzie

The flu virus persists so well on banknotes that money could help spread the next pandemic, researchers say.


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Echinacea can cut risk of colds by 50 per cent

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By Steve Connor

A popular herbal remedy can cut the risk of catching a cold by more than a half, according to a scientific assessment of the supposed health benefits of the echinacea plant.


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Huge weight gains reported by patients on prescription drugs

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By Roger Dobson

Thousands of people who take prescription medicines for everyday conditions are gaining large amounts of weight as an unexpected side effect, scientists have warned.


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Drinking urine

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Urine therapy: Drinking urine requires great skills and caution

Thousands of people drink their own urine and massage their skin with their own urine. Though urine therapy is no longer as popular as it used to be in the latter years of the Soviet Union, the practice is still in vogue with many citizens of Russia.


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Superbug zapper recreates 'fresh air' indoors

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Andy Coghlan

A device that mimics the naturally disinfecting quality of fresh air could be used to purge hospital wards of superbugs, its makers claim.


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GOP unable to struggle against leeches and well-trained anus

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Hemorrhoids unable to struggle against leeches and well-trained anus

Physicians have long noticed that the heavier is the consumption of alcoholic beverages, the greater are the chances to develop hemorrhoids. It is believed that about 80% of the world’s population is affected by hemorrhoids at some time in their life. Males outnumber females when it comes to the number of patients with this condition.


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Keeping An Eye On Transgenic Crops (Might Accidently Produce More Politicians!?)

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by David Suzuki

Did you know that genetically modified, or “transgenic” crops are now commonplace on North American farms? According to a recent survey in the United States, the majority of Americans have no idea just how pervasive this technology has become. In fact, North Americans have been eating transgenic foods and using products made from their crops for over a decade. So, what kind of effect, for better or for worse, are these crops having on the environment?




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