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New Finding: Consuming Trans Fats Linked To Aggression

Sayer Ji GreenMedInfo In the first human study of its kind researchers have linked trans fatty acid consumption to increased aggression. Published in the Public Library of Science’s own journal, PLoS, March 5th 2012, researchers at the Dept. of Medicine … Continue reading

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Understanding Diabetes Animated Series Released

PR Newswire LOS ANGELES, Feb. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Health Nuts Media announces the completion of Understanding Diabetes, a seven-part animated video series designed to educate children and their parents about diabetes diagnosis and management. This series adds to the growing … Continue reading

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Scientists teach computers to assess psychiatric risk

Kate Kelland Reuters Computer programs can be taught to select between brain scans of healthy young people and scans showing adolescents who are at higher risk of developing mental disorders such as anxiety and depression, scientists said Thursday. In a … Continue reading

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NIST Announces Program to ID Human Cell Lines for Research

Michael Baum NIST The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has announced that it is launching a project to collect and catalog DNA identification data for up to 1,500 human cell lines used in biological and medical research. In … Continue reading

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Evergreen Neurologist Co-Authors New Study Linking Coffee, Genetics and Parkinson’s Disease Prevention

Source: PR Newswire A recent study co-authored by Evergreen Healthcare neurologist Dr. Pinky Agarwal finds good news for coffee drinkers: consuming caffeinated coffee may significantly reduce the risk of Parkinson’s disease in some men and women depending on their genetics, … Continue reading

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Spraying San Francisco, exposing the geo-engineers.

Source: John Fitzgerald On a heavy spraying day, we talked to passers-by on what they made of the persistent contrails blanketing the city, often referred to as chemtrails. Video features congressional candidate John Fitzgerald confronting top geoengineer Ken Caldeira at … Continue reading

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Health Groups: Statins Linked to 300+ Negative Effects

Source: GreenMedInfo While annual sales of statin drugs have reached 29-billion dollars a year, globally, new concerns are being raised by a broad range of health and consumer advocacy organizations around the world regarding the growing body of clinical research indicating … Continue reading

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Is Compassion Hard-Wired Into The Human Genome?

Source: GreenMedInfo New research flying in the face of many popular and not-so-forgiving views about ‘human nature’ indicates there is an olfactory-based, evolutionary mechanism built into the human genome/soul to feel empathy for the anxiety/suffering of others. In a fascinating study entitled … Continue reading

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Children, 4, ‘to be fingerprinted to borrow school books from library’

Source: Telegraph Students in Manchester are having their thumbprints digitally transformed into electronic codes, which can then be recognised by a computer program. Under the scheme, pupils swipe a bar code inside the book they want borrow then press their … Continue reading

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Research: Pineapple Enzyme Superior to Chemotherapy in Treating Cancer

Source: AP Every once in a while a study pops up on the National Library of Medicine’s bibliographic database known as MEDLINE that not only confirms the therapeutic relevance of natural substances in cancer treatment, but blows the conventional approach … Continue reading

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