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What do you know about the National Health Care law?
Post Date: 2012-03-04 16:38:51 by whyofcourse
What do you know about the National Health Care law?

Glyconutrients - Outside Box
Post Date: 2012-03-03 10:29:31 by whyofcourse
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What Sandra Fluke really said
Post Date: 2012-03-02 10:59:58 by CZ82

As Obama pushes new regulations, UK eyes privatizing its health care
Post Date: 2012-02-18 09:51:52 by CZ82
As Obama pushes new regulations, UK eyes privatizing its health care By Gene J. Koprowski Filmmaker Michael Moore glorified the United Kingdom’s National Health Service in his 2007 documentary ”Sicko,” making a cult film argument that socialized medicine works. But Prime Minister David Cameron, the Tory MP who heads a coalition government in England, is apparently not a Moore fan: He is working to partially privatize the NHS, beginning a massive outsourcing of medical services to private health care providers throughout the U.K. Britain’s media, in particular the Washington Post–Huffington Post hybrid The Guardian, is publishing near-panic-attacks alerts daily ...

What’s in Your Lipstick? FDA Finds Lead in 400 Shades
Post Date: 2012-02-17 20:06:45 by CZ82
What’s in Your Lipstick? FDA Finds Lead in 400 Shades By Alexandra Sifferlin Your favorite shade of Marilyn Monroe red may contain lead, according to a recently updated test of lipstick by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The agency found that 400 popular lipsticks contained trace amounts of the toxin. The worst offenders on the list were Maybelline’s Color Sensation in Pink Petal, which had 7.19 parts per million of lead, and L’Oreal Colour Riche in Volcanic, which had 7 parts per million. Several other brands, including Cover Girl and Nars had products hovering in the 4-to-5-parts-per-million range. (The average lead concentration found across the 400 ...

Health Premiums to Skyrocket Says Architect of Obamacare
Post Date: 2012-02-14 19:21:42 by CZ82
Health Premiums to Skyrocket Says Architect of Obamacare Jonathan Gruber is an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He also has the distinction of being one of the principle architects of both Romneycare and Obamacare. In 2010, Gruber provided an analysis of Obamacare for the White House. In September 2010, Obama announced to the nation, “As a consequence of the Affordable Care Act, premiums are going to be lower than they would be otherwise; health care costs overall are going to be lower than they would be otherwise.” Now in a recent interview, Gruber said that he is backtracking on that analysis. Based upon a more recent analysis conducted in 2011, he ...

The Frog of War
Post Date: 2012-02-12 14:13:12 by mininggold
The Frog of War When biologist Tyrone Hayes discovered that a top-selling herbicide messes with sex hormones, its manufacturer went into battle mode. Thus began one of the weirdest feuds in the history of science. —By Dashka Slater | January/February 2012 Issue 56 * *Darnell lives deep in the basement of a life sciences building at the University of California-Berkeley, in a plastic tub on a row of stainless steel shelves. He is an African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, sometimes called the lab rat of amphibians. Like most of his species, he's hardy and long-lived, an adept swimmer, a poor crawler, and a voracious eater. He's a good breeder, too, having produced both children ...

19 Facts About Abortion In America That Should Make You Very Sick
Post Date: 2012-02-11 14:44:48 by hondo68
Every single day, a silent horror kills more Americans than were killed on 9/11. Every single year, this silent horror kills about as many Americans as have been killed on all the battlefields in all of the wars in U.S. history combined. This silent horror is called abortion, and it is a national disgrace. Overall, more than 50 million babies have been slaughtered since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973. We have become a nation with so little regard for human life that nobody even really talks that much about this issue anymore. But the truth is that it is at the very core of what is wrong with America. As I have written about previously, we have become a nation that is obsessed with ...

New Photos Reveal Stress Of Obama's First Term In Office Has Rapidly Aged Americans
Post Date: 2012-02-08 10:17:43 by Happy Quanzaa
The pressure of the Obama White House is plainly evident on the faces of citizens across the country. WASHINGTON—Recent side-by-side photographic comparisons of Americans before and after he assumed the presidency have confirmed the stress of Barack Obama's time in the White House has taken a significant toll on the U.S. populace, dramatically accelerating the nation's signs of aging. "It's striking, really, to see how, after just three years of being president, Barack Obama has markedly aged the country," Beltway ob­server Andrew Soisson said Wednesday, adding that the stress of watching Obama deal with a stagnant economy, multiple wars, and other crises at ...

Fluoride Linked to #1 Cause of Death in New Research
Post Date: 2012-01-23 17:04:59 by CZ82
Fluoride Linked to #1 Cause of Death in New Research Anthony Gucciardi Groundbreaking new research has linked sodium fluoride to cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. Researchers found that fluoride consumption directly stimulates the hardening of your arteries, a condition known as atherosclerosis that is highly correlated with the #1 killer. Sodium fluoride is currently added to the water supply of many cities worldwide, despite extreme opposition from health professionals and previous studies linking it to decreased IQ and infertility. In their research, scientists examined the relationship between fluoride intake and the hardening (calcification) of the ...

1 in 5 Americans Experienced a Mental Illness in Past Year
Post Date: 2012-01-23 16:40:08 by CZ82
1 in 5 Americans Experienced a Mental Illness in Past Year By Janice Wood Reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on January 21, 2012 A new report reveals that nearly 46 million American adults aged 18 or older experienced mental illness in the past year. This is roughly 20 percent of the adult population in the United States. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) National Survey on Drug Use and Health also shows that the rate of mental illness was more than twice as high among those aged 18 to 25 (30 percent) than among those aged 50 and older (14 percent). Adult women were also more likely than men to have experienced mental illness in the past year ...

Abortion Rates Are Higher In Countries Where Procedure Is Illegal, Study Finds
Post Date: 2012-01-19 09:06:14 by lucysmom
LONDON -- Abortion rates are higher in countries where the procedure is illegal and nearly half of all abortions worldwide are unsafe, with the vast majority in developing countries, a new study concludes. Experts couldn't say whether more liberal laws led to fewer procedures, but said good access to birth control in those countries resulted in fewer unwanted pregnancies. The global abortion rate remained virtually unchanged from 2003 to 2008, at about 28 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15 to 44, a total of about 43.8 million abortions, according to the study. The rate had previously been dropping since 1995. About 47,000 women died from unsafe abortions in 2008, and another 8.5 ...

[Paula Deen] Chef Has Diabetes, and Some Say ‘I Told You So’
Post Date: 2012-01-17 13:13:24 by Fred Mertz
PAULA DEEN, the self-crowned “Queen of Southern cuisine,” said Tuesday morning on the “Today” show on NBC that she has Type 2 diabetes, a diagnosis she received three years ago. Ms. Deen also confirmed that she is being paid to promote Victoza, a noninsulin injectable medication made by Novo Nordisk, a Danish pharmaceutical company. Ms. Deen, 64, ran a restaurant in Savannah, Ga., for years before she became nationally known through her cooking shows on the Food Network, reveling in dishes like deep-fried macaroni and cheese and Krispy Kreme doughnut bread pudding. But she said in an interview with the “Today” co-host Al Roker, “I’ve always ...

Irisin Hormone Could Lead To 'Exercise Pill'
Post Date: 2012-01-13 08:05:07 by sneakypete
Hormones aren’t just for sex—they help control everything from the times when we feel hungry to the timing of our heart beats. Dozens have been described, but there is now a new one on the scene. It might help explain some of the health benefits of exercise and point the way to preventing obesity and diabetes. The find was described online Wednesday in Nature (Scientific American is part of Nature Publishing Group). Exercise has myriad benefits for the body and brain, but many of the triggers for these improvements have so far been somewhat of a mystery. “There has been a feeling in the field that exercise ‘talks to’ various tissues in the body,” Bruce ...

States are pushing it on Medicaid cuts
Post Date: 2012-01-12 11:37:46 by lucysmom
To get a sense for how desperate states are to cut Medicaid costs, think about this: Several of them are seeking federal permission to impose short, inflexible annual limits on hospital stays, no matter how sick or severely injured the patient is. While the states face severe budget squeezes, imposing unaffordable burdens on some of their sickest and most vulnerable residents is hardly a responsible answer, or one that will be felt by the poor alone. Hospitals will feel pressured to cut stays short, but they also say they'll continue to provide essential care, so the costs will be recovered by pushing up the price of care for bill-paying patients. snip Medicaid patients generally ...

Greek Crisis Has Pharmacists Pleading for Aspirin as Drug Supply Dries Up
Post Date: 2012-01-12 07:04:07 by CZ82
Greek Crisis Has Pharmacists Pleading for Aspirin as Drug Supply Dries Up By Naomi Kresge - Jan 10, 2012 5:01 PM ET . The 12,000 pharmacies that dot almost every street corner in Greek cities are the damaged capillaries of a complex system for getting treatment to patients. Photographer: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images . For patients and pharmacists in financially stricken Greece, even finding aspirin has turned into a headache. Mina Mavrou, who runs a pharmacy in a middle-class Athens suburb, spends hours each day pleading with drugmakers, wholesalers and colleagues to hunt down medicines for clients. Life-saving drugs such as Sanofi (SAN)’s blood-thinner Clexane and ...

European Health Care: Economic Malpractice [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2012-01-01 10:26:02 by CZ82
European Health Care: Economic Malpractice By Hugh de Payns Any reasonable person does not take satisfaction in the failure and destruction of another. This is especially true when the other is innocent of any wrongdoing or lack of judgment. Yet sometimes, epic failure can constructively serve as an example of what not to do. If the individual states of our nation are a laboratory of democracy, then the states of Europe are the laboratory of socialism. What we are witness to in Greece, and eventually in Spain, Italy, and possibly France, is the painful death of the welfare state. Credit markets are locking up all over the continent; meanwhile, trillions have been pumped into ...

ObamaCare Abominations
Post Date: 2011-12-23 16:25:48 by CZ82
ObamaCare Abominations By John Stossel President Obama says his health care "reform" will be good for business. Business has learned the truth. Three successful businessmen explained to me how Obamacare is a reason that unemployment stays high. Its length and complexity make businessmen wary of expanding. Mike Whalen, CEO of Heart of America Group, which runs hotels and restaurants, said that when he asked his company's health insurance experts to summarize the impact of Obamacare, "the three of them kind of looked at each other and said, 'We've gone to seminar after seminar, and, Mike, we can't tell you.' I think that just kind of sums up the ...

Ron Paul secures Capitol Hill screening of Farmageddon
Post Date: 2011-12-10 14:50:41 by jwpegler
Farmageddon is a highly rated documentary currently available on DVD and will soon be seen by members of Congress thanks to Ron Paul of Texas, Chellie Pingree of Maine and Ed Perlmutter of Colorado on December 13th at 5:30PM on Capitol Hill. The documentary lays its focus on the unjust action of the government coming onto private property to impose its heavy hand on American citizens trying to live a healthy life and provide healthy, nutrient-rich food to Americans. Americans’ right to access fresh, healthy foods of their choice is under attack. Farmageddon tells the story of small, family farms were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities and were forced to stop, ...

AIDS -- 'the only politically protected disease'
Post Date: 2011-12-04 08:47:47 by CZ82
AIDS -- 'the only politically protected disease' Chad Groening and Jody Brown - OneNewsNow - 12/1/2011 2:20:00 PM Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, says AIDS has been the only "politically protected disease" -- and that, he says, is why Barack Obama and others support World AIDS Day. President Obama is setting a new goal of getting AIDS drugs to two million more people living with HIV around the world by the end of 2013. At a Washington event marking World AIDS Day, the president announced Thursday that he is directing a $50 million increase in spending on HIV and AIDS treatment in the U.S. The White House says there are 1.2 million ...

Poll: Mississippi’s ‘Personhood Amendment’ Will Be A Close Vote
Post Date: 2011-11-07 12:51:33 by Brian S
The polarized issue that is Proposition 26, Mississippi’s “Personhood Amendment” that would classify fertilized embryos as human beings, appears to be going down to the wire when the state’s residents vote on whether to adopt it as law Tuesday evening. According to a new poll from Public Policy Polling, 45 percent of voters support the amendment, while 44 percent are opposed to it. Women in the state are narrowly opposed to the amendment (46 to 42 percent in favor), while Mississippi’s men are more in favor (48 percent) than are against (42 percent). Unsurprisingly, Democrats heavily oppose the amendment (61 to 23 percent) while Republicans favor it overwhelmingly ...

Purging Cells in Mice Is Found to Combat Aging Ills
Post Date: 2011-11-03 00:08:02 by Ferret Mike
wo 9-month-old mice from the study. The one on the right received the drug to eliminate senescent cells. In a potentially fundamental advance, researchers have opened up a novel approach to combating the effects of aging with the discovery that a special category of cells, known as senescent cells, are bad actors that promote the aging of the tissues. Cleansing the body of the cells, they hope, could postpone many of the diseases of aging. The findings raise the prospect that any therapy that rids the body of senescent cells would protect it from the ravages of aging. But many more tests will be needed before scientists know if drugs can be developed to help people live longer. ...

Cancer Feeds on Fructose, America's Number One Source of Calories
Post Date: 2011-10-25 18:26:53 by CZ82
Cancer Feeds on Fructose, America's Number One Source of Calories Anthony Gucciardi, Fri, 30 Sep 2011 15:51 CDT High-fructose corn syrup is the primary source of calories in the United States. In addition to containing mercury, a known carcinogen, cancer cells actually feed on high-fructose corn syrup after it is metabolized by the liver. A new study, published in the Expert Opinion on Therapeutic Targets, examined the link between refined sugar and cancer. The results add further evidence to the reports of many health experts and scientific studies that have drawn the connection between excess sugar consumption and the development of cancer. The researchers highlighted the numerous ...

Healthy babies being given dangerous, unneeded prescription drugs
Post Date: 2011-10-20 18:46:01 by Capitalist Eric
(NaturalNews) The American Academy of Pediatrics is now encouraging the diagnosis of so-called Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in preschool age kids and calling for the drugging of those little ones with drugs like Ritalin if they don't respond to "behavior management techniques." Yes, if a four year old runs around too much and doesn't want to sit still and study his or her ABCs, it may well be time to drug the child into submission, according to the new guidelines. But that's not the only disturbing news about Big Pharma and mainstream medicine's push to put younger Americans on potentially dangerous drugs. Now comes a warning from Dr. Eric ...

CDC: Antidepressant Use Skyrockets 400% In Past 20 Years
Post Date: 2011-10-20 12:44:06 by Brian S
Use of antidepressant drugs has soared nearly 400% since 1988, making the medication the most frequently used by people ages 18-44, a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows. Eleven percent of Americans ages 12 years and older took antidepressants during the 2005-08 study period, the authors write. They add that though the majority of antidepressants were taken to treat depression, the drugs also can be used for anxiety disorders and other conditions. The data are from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, which included information from 12,637 participants about prescription-drug use, antidepressant use, length of use, severity of depressive ...

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