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Hypoglycemic effect of Opuntia (Nopal) cactus

Nopal (Opuntia sp.) has been widely used by the Mexican population for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. The purpose of this post is to provide the readers with scientific resources that support the hypoglycemic effects of liquified nopal plant and … Continue reading

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Social disparities in exposures to bisphenol A and polyfluoroalkyl chemicals: a cross-sectional study within NHANES 2003-2006

Nelson et al. Environmental Health Abstract (provisional) Background Bisphenol A (BPA) and polyfluoroalkyl chemicals (PFCs) are suspected endocrine disrupting compounds known to be ubiquitous in people’s bodies. Population disparities in exposure to these chemicals have not been fully characterized. Methods … Continue reading

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Q&A: Garlic

Question: What are the benefits of garlic in high blood pressure? Answer: The action of garlic in the high blood pressure is as follows: Garlic has properties of antibiotic, alternative, stimulant, carminative and nervine. It contains volatile sulphur compound (allicin) … Continue reading

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The Global Warming Debate Is Over: ‘New Scientist’ Magazine Admits Modern Temperatures Are Not Unprecedented

Source: C3 Headlines Global Warming (AGW) proponents finally admit defeat? They now say modern warming is just a fraction of past natural warming Read here. The publication New Scientist has been at the forefront of global warming and climate change … Continue reading

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Almost Human? GMO Brown Rice Contains Blood Protein

Source: Organic Authority Human serum albumin—a blood protein—has been added to genetically modified brown rice by researchers in a new study conducted at the Yang He and Daichang Yang at Wuhan University in China, and published in the recent issue … Continue reading

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‘Pain-free meat’: how synthetic sausages could be on our plates in six months

Source: SMH Pig cells + horse foetal serum = synthetic sausage. That’s the formula for growing meat in a Petri dish. And scientists said the world’s first lab-grown sausage – or “pain-free meat” – could be just six months away. … Continue reading

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