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Popular antidepressant increases build-up of fatty deposits in arteries six-fold One of the most popular antidepressants could dramatically increase the risk of heart disease. Zoloft, a SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor), raises levels of atherosclerosis plaque—fatty d... Doctors basing decisions on papers by ‘fraudsters and scammers’ Medicine prides itself on being a science, but it’s ‘polluted’ by fraudsters, bunko artists, scammers and cheats whose first concern is profit, says a leading academic. Drug giants block research into cheaper remedies Drug giants Novartis and Roche have been blocking research into a cheaper drug for wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a common cause of blindness. Forget cholesterol: eat four eggs a week to reduce your diabetes risk Forget all the misinformation about cholesterol: eating up to four eggs a week can reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes, a new study has found. Green leafy vegetables give you the mental sharpness of someone 11 years younger Eating green leafy vegetables such as spinach and kale every day can give you the same mental sharpness as someone 11 years younger, a new study has claimed. Paracetamol doesn’t work for back pain or arthritis Most people suffering from back pain and arthritis reach out for the paracetamol—but the drug doesn’t work, new research has found. The ‘super 10’ foods to help ward off Alzheimer’s There are 10 foods that need to be in your diet—and five you must avoid—if you are going to dramatically reduce your chances of developing Alzheimer’s or dementia. Fasting—and kinase inhibitors—are a one-two knockout punch against cancer Chemotherapy can kill cancer and the patient, too—but there’s a far less toxic approach that can be just as effective, researchers have announced this week. Rosehip prevents and slows growth of aggressive breast cancer The natural extract from rose hip can prevent and slow the growth of triple-negative breast cancer, one of the most aggressive forms of the disease, and one that is not responding to chemotherapy. Eat cooked egg with your vegetables for extra health boost Eating a cooked whole egg with your vegetables is about the healthiest boost you can get, new research has discovered. The egg brings out all the nutritional goodness in the vegetables, especially if...

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27 Feb 2015 | Lynne McTaggart - Wh... (bshubbard)

Je suis gagged

Since January, all of us in the West have been horrified by the spectacle of Islamic fanatics storming into the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and assassinating 10 of its staff... more »

27 Jun 2014 | Adverse Reactions (Caitlin Hubbard)

Beyond your genes

When it comes to cancer, modern medicine is in firm denial. For all the triumphalism over the latest claims that approximately 50 per cent of people survive cancer for at least 10 years, the bald fact... more »

30 May 2014 | Adverse Reactions (Caitlin Hubbard)

Catching it early

It’s all over the newspapers.  Deaths from breast cancer have almost been halved, and the bow belongs to screening with routine mammography. So persuasive is the catch-it-early argument tha... more »

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I DON'T BELIEVE THIS TRIPE!  AND I WOULDN'T TRUST THIS SOURCE! Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2015   READ THIS...  Butyric acid was first observed (in impure form) ... more »

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