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Evaluation of the anticancer potential of six herbs against a hepatoma cell line

Weerapreeyakul et al. Chinese Medicine Journal Abstract (provisional) Background Six herbs in the Plant Genetics Conservation Project that have been used as complementary medicines were chosen on the basis of their medicinal value, namely Terminalia mucronata, Diospyros winitii, Bridelia insulana, … Continue reading

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Oral folic acid and vitamin B-12 supplementation to prevent cognitive decline in community-dwelling older adults with depressive symptoms—the Beyond Ageing Project: a randomized controlled trial1,2,3

Source: AJCN Abstract Background: Evidence remains unclear as to whether folic acid (FA) and vitamin B-12 supplementation is effective in reducing depressive symptoms. Objectives: The objective was to determine whether oral FA + vitamin B-12 supplementation prevented cognitive decline in … Continue reading

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Why It’s Especially Significant To Increase Your Metabolism In The Next 12 Months

Michael Forrester Prevent Disease If you’re thinking about increasing your metabolism or embarking on a fitness regime, the next 12 months may be the best time in the history of our species. Our ever evolving consciousness is accelerating rapidly and … Continue reading

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Breaking News: NSABB Reverses Position on Flu Papers

David Malakoff Science Mag A U.S. biosecurity advisory panel has reversed course and is recommending that the U.S. government allow full publication of two controversial flu studies. After spending two days reconsidering the two manuscripts, the 23-member National Science Advisory … Continue reading

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Effect of hawthorn standardized extract on flow mediated dilation in prehypertensive and mildly hypertensive adults: a randomized, controlled cross-over trial

Asher et al. BMC Abstract (provisional) Background Hawthorn extract has been used for cardiovascular diseases for centuries. Recent trials have demonstrated its efficacy for the treatment of heart failure, and the results of several small trials suggest it may lower … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Skepticism

James Corbett Corbett Report Skeptics are those who advocate taking a provisional approach to all claims and carefully evaluating all the evidence before coming to a conclusion. In other words, the very process that The Corbett Report is engaged in … Continue reading

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SFU researchers test sugary solution to Alzheimer’s

Carol Thorbes (SFUPAMR) EurekAlert Slowing or preventing the development of Alzheimer’s disease, a fatal brain condition expected to hit one in 85 people globally by 2050, may be as simple as ensuring a brain protein’s sugar levels are maintained. That’s … Continue reading

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Why Laptops Should Be Renamed To Protect Consumers

Sayer Ji GreeMedInfo Recent research published in the journal Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health concluded that the “Laptop is paradoxically an improper site for the use of a LTC [laptop computer], which consequently should be renamed to not induce … Continue reading

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Spanking kids can cause long-term harm: Canada study

Cameron French Reuters Spanking children can cause long-term developmental damage and may even lower a child’s IQ, according to a new Canadian analysis that seeks to shift the ethical debate over corporal punishment into the medical sphere. The study, published … Continue reading

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The Eurofanatics should join the Marxists in the dustbin of history

Source: Telegraph Geoffrey Howe is guilty. Whatever he actually said about Liverpool’s problems during some early Thatcher Cabinet meetings, he was culpable for his failure to draw the obvious conclusion. The city was finding it impossible to compete with London … Continue reading

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