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Could a larger waistline be a result of too much TV as a child?

Hilary Glover EurekAlert As a youngster, remember your mother warning you that watching too much television would give you square eyes? That might not be true, but a new study, published today in BioMed Central’s open access journal International Journal … Continue reading

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The Consequences Of The Unthinkable: Here Is What Happens When The Euro Breaks Up

Tyler Durden Zero Hedge     As the following image from Spiegel summarizes, three things will happen simultaneously when the unthinkable finally occurs: i) economic output plummets, ii) unemployment rate soars, and iii) consumer prices explode. Of course, this is … Continue reading

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Are You Unintentionally Poisoning Your Food?

Anthony Gucciardi Natural Society While you and your family may be eating high quality organic foods on a routine basis, a simple food preparation mistake may actually be poisoning the food you eat. What’s more, you may even be told … Continue reading

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The Obsessed Culture of Lowering Cholesterol May Actually Be Causing Cancer

Marco Torres Prevent Disease We have become a culture so obsessed with eating foods low in cholesterol and fat that many health experts are now questioning the consequences. Could we really maintain a dietary lifestyle that was so foreign to … Continue reading

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The Amazing Healing Properties of Fermented Foods

Sayer Ji GreenMedInfo Between the hard and fast dichotomies of cooked and raw, dead and alive, is this beautiful thing called fermented.  A place where many of the digestive challenges associated with raw foods (e.g. enzyme inhibitors, antinutrients, lectins) are … Continue reading

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Women Cannot Rewind the ‘Biological Clock’

Science Daily Many women do not fully appreciate the consequences of delaying motherhood, and expect that assisted reproductive technologies can reverse their aged ovarian function, Yale researchers reported in a study published in a recent issue of Fertility and Sterility. … Continue reading

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San Diego: Lord Monckton Battles Global Warming Bad Guys

Debra J. Americans Protecting Property Rights Lord Christopher Monckton gave a real Reason Rally at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice Theater at the University of San Diego. The crowd rose to their feet on several occasions … Continue reading

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Are silver nanoparticles harmful?

Julie Johansen EurekAlert Silver nanoparticles cause more damage to testicular cells than titanium dioxide nanoparticles, according to a recent study by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. However, the use of both types may affect testicular cells with possible consequences … Continue reading

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‘Mind Reading’: Q&A with Charles DuHigg on Changing Your Habits

Maia Szalavitz Health Land They mostly operate below the level of consciousness, but everyday habits and routines govern a surprisingly large portion of our behavior, according to Charles DuHigg, author of The Power of Habit. Many such habits are healthy … Continue reading

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Super-human brain technology sparks ethics debate

Kate Kelland Reuters A British ethics group has launched a debate on the ethical dilemmas posed by new technologies that tap into the brain and could bring super-human strength, highly enhanced concentration or thought-controlled weaponry. With the prospect of future … Continue reading

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