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Surgery bans elderly patient over her carbon footprint

Daily Telegraph Reporter The Telegraph An elderly woman was ordered to find a new GP because the “carbon footprint” of her two-mile round trips to the surgery where she had been treated for 30 years was too large. Avril Mulcahy, … Continue reading

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FAO/WHO Expert meeting on the application of nanotechnologies in the food and agriculture sectors: potential food safety implications – Meeting report

FAO & WHO Governments, industry and science have identified the potential of nanotechnology in the food and agriculture sectors and are investing significantly in its application to food production. However, owing to limited knowledge of the effects of these applications on … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance and its Impact on the Individual – Part 2

“Ultimately, everything depends on the quality of the individual.” – Carl Jung. (Continues from Part 1) Let’s consider one of the most common cognitive dissonances that a large portion of adolescents and high school students face every year, which is … Continue reading

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Penn Clears Two Faculty Psychiatrists of Research Misconduct Charges

Jocelyn Keiser Science Insider The University of Pennsylvania has found no merit to an allegation that two of its psychiatry faculty committed research misconduct when they co-authored a 2001 paper written with help from writers hired by a drug company. … Continue reading

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Just a little bit gay

Katherine Feeney Sydney Morning Herald Have you ever wondered whether you were a little bit gay? There’s an interesting article out today in the Medical Journal of Australia about how ‘coming out’ should be considered a health issue. According to … Continue reading

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A bill of rights for dolphins: They’re so smart we must treat them as ‘non human persons’ say scientists

Fiona MacRae Daily Mail Dolphins are so intelligent that they should be thought of as ‘non-human persons’ and given their own bill of rights, it is claimed. A coalition of scientists, philosophers and animal welfare groups have come up with … Continue reading

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Cancer: beyond speciation.

Source: PubMed A good account of the nature of cancer should provide not only a description of its consistent features, but also how they arise, how they are maintained, why conventional chemotherapy succeeds, and fails, and where to look for … Continue reading

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Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions

Health consultants function as educators and therefore should never prescribe any substance, food, herb, or an over-the-counter medication. Author Francis Brinker recognizes that medicinal herbs should be treated respectfully as they have significant pharmacological activity. His book, Herb Contraindications and … Continue reading

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‘Bulletproof’ skin

Source: CNN CNN’s Randi Kaye explores how “skin” made from spider silk stops bullets fired at a low speed. Comment/Thought:  Without careful ethical consideration and boundaries, the desire to supersede nature can have dangerous consequences. Could this really be considered … Continue reading

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