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December 17, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Polyphenols may reduce risk of gout
Vitamin D cuts breast cancer risk by 43 pc
Vitamin A could save one million lives per year, says review
Johnson & Johnson Loses First Levaquin Trial
Unearthing the 1996 Pfizer tragedy
GMO oranges, China, and the loss of another piece of America's agricultural base
Children who don't like fruit and veg 13 times more likely to be constipated
Obama signs child nutrition bill
Indian study reveals three-quarters of hip fracture patients vitamin D deficient
A Secretive Banking Elite Rules Trading in Derivatives
Groups say US FCC proposal not real net neutrality

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December 10, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Omega 3 Rich Foods Protect Seniors From Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Serious side effects may surface long after cancer drug approval
Anti-epileptic drug 'doubles spina bifida risk in babies'
AstraZeneca cancer drug carries toxic risks
US lethal injection drug faces UK export restrictions
Novartis' 'smart-pill' may be 'watching you' by 2012
Judge Orders Destruction of Genetically Modified Beets
German legal victory a slap in the face to the genetic engineering industry
Tests suggest dementia may be linked with pesticide use
Age-related hearing loss and folate in the elderly
Germany Requires Doctor's Prescription for Common Herbs: EU Plans the Same
Exposure to Mercury From Dental Fillings Exceeds Safe Levels
Ex UK Prime Minister Tony Blair Recalled To Iraq War Inquiry
Campaigners call for halt to 'privileged access' to EU

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December 3, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Everyone should boost intake of vitamin D, IOM says
Magnesium reduces sudden heart failure risk for women: Harvard study
Cinnamon's anti-diabetes benefits get clinical trial boost
Tricyclic Antidepressants Associated With Increased Cardiovascular Risk
Pfizer Loses Appeal of $58 Million Prempro Jury Award
15 Dangerous Drugs Big Pharma Shoves Down Our Throats
Medical Journals Complicit in Corruption of Medicine
GM mosquito wild release takes campaigners by surprise
Experts dismiss vitamin D overdose concerns
Study finds low vitamin D levels in California residents with metabolic syndrome
Low vitamin D levels linked to increased depression risk
Natural, Bioavailable Forms of Vitamin B6 in Peril in U.S.
Brussels EU says first ever citizens' petition does not count

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November 26, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

High alpha-carotene levels linked to longer life
Study Sees Link Between Low Salt Levels, Fracture Risk in Older Adults
Antioxidants may reduce inflammatory effects of Alzheimer's
Eating a variety of fruit cuts lung cancer risk
Pomegranate juice may reduce kidney dialysis complications
Aged garlic shows blood pressure improvement benefits
$12.6M awarded in drug case
Drugmaker pulls painkillers from US market over heart risks
Heart drug raises questions
Bid to ban export of 'execution' drug
U.S. Scientists Commit Most Research Fraud
Glaxo Receives Federal Subpoena About Avandia
Docs Should Avoid Company Info: Study
Consumers reject GM food
Pressure for more retailers to use 'reared without GM' labels
The War for Nutrition Science Integrity
Stepping over stray dogs - But watch out for the Codex mess
Europe's Dirty Secret: Financial Elite Looting Public Treasuries

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November 19, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Rare genetic disorder highlights importance of selenium
Calcium plus vit D effective for bone density boost
Regular exercise reduces large number of health risks
Liquorice root may protect brain cells
DHA improves memory and cognitive function in older adults
B-vitamins ease depression among stroke victims
Diabetes drug may have killed 500 in France
Prescribed drugs responsible for over 3 percent of road traffic crashes in France
Scandal in the UK over Benzodiazepines
Evidence of link between paracetamol use in pregnancy and childhood asthma
Glaxo failed to warn about Paxil risks, lawyer says at Philadelphia trial
The Starfield revelation, revisited
British pharma company link to drug used in execution
Antibiotic use linked to higher breast cancer risk
GE Salmon pose critical threat to marine environments
EU Herbal Directive discriminates against non-European traditions
Lack of vitamin D poses diabetes risk
'Naked' scanners at US airports may be dangerous: scientists
Increase in rickets in Southampton astonishes doctors
Vitamin C and the law
EU urged to introduce nutrition risk screening
Nazis were given 'safe haven' in U.S., report says
The anti-globalization movement is funded by the corporate elites

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November 12, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Exercise may reduce risk of endometrial cancer
Sufficient Vitamin D Boosts Leukemia Survival
U.S. doctors still too cozy with drug industry: report
Painkillers 'risky in pregnancy'
Drugs linked to brain damage 30 years ago
War Over Monsanto Gets Ugly
Want some pesticides with that apple?
Poor Diet May Make COPD Worse, Study Finds
George Bush could face arrest over sanctioning torture, says leading lawyer
90 per cent of EU budget 'materially affected' by irregularities, report finds

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November 5, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Daily dose of beet juice promotes brain health in older adults
Daily exercise helps keep the sniffles away
Americans with 'phytonutrient gap' fall short in nutrients supporting immunity
Novartis Officials Hid Bone Drugs' Risks, Lawyer Tells Jurors
Medical Journals Have Their Own Conflicts Of Interest
U.S. Says Genes Should Not Be Eligible for Patents
When big pharma breaks the law, prosecute the CEO
India Uprising against GM Crops
Bisphenol-A now linked to male infertility
New research links soft drinks to type 2 diabetes
So, what's in a placebo, anyway?
The Tea Party movement: deluded and inspired by billionaires

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November 2, 2010

President Obama, Wake Up America!

The goal of special corporate interests - namely the Oil and Drug Cartel - in the US today is to transform democratic society into a corporate dictatorship, thus enabling these multi-trillion dollar corporate interests to exert direct control over the political executive and the country. Towards this end they are instigating the radicalization of society and financing the election campaigns of their political stakeholders. This strategy is an exact copy of the Oil and Drug Cartel's takeover of Germany in 1933 - a strategy executed with the help of the Cartel's political and military stakeholders, the Nazis.

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October 29, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Consuming polyunsaturated fatty acids may lower the incidence of gum disease
Bicarbonate adds fizz to players' tennis performance
Vitamin D Has Retinopathy Link
How Doctors Use (Or Should Use) Vitamin Therapy
HIV antiviral drugs Invirase and Norvir could cause lethal heart problems
Drug companies pay 17,000 U.S. doctors, report finds
How seed market is controlled by Monsanto, Syngenta, Bayer, Dow & DuPont
ANH seeks €100k to battle EU herb laws
Burn injuries rapidly deplete vitamin E
Germany's foreign ministry was complicit in Holocaust, study says

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October 21, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Vitamin B12 may reduce risk of Alzheimer's disease
Multivitamin use linked to fewer heart attacks for women
Pine bark extract may relieve tinnitus symptoms
Study finds watermelon lowers blood pressure
Study Shows HRT Even Riskier Than Thought
Swine flu jab linked to rare nerve disease
Warning over giving cough syrups to children
FDA warns of fractures with osteoporosis drugs
Pfizer depression drug ineffective, poses health threats
Actelion Pharma Failed To Report 3,500 Deaths
Science for Sale: Protect Yourself From Medical Research Deception
What a scientist didn't tell the New York Times about his study on bee deaths
Ontario considers curbing vitamin D testing
Vitamin D deficiency puts IBD patients at greater risk of osteoporosis
Hitler's Nuremberg Laws End Convoluted Journey at U.S. National Archives

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October 15, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Passion fruit peel extract may improve knee health
B vitamin may protect pilots' DNA from damage
Herbal remedies for anxiety found
Coconut Oil and Alzheimer's Disease
Are we getting enough vitamin D?
Exercise may reduce Alzheimer's disease brain changes
Walnuts, walnut oil, improve reaction to stress
Beet juice amps endurance during exercise
Vigorous exercise reduces breast cancer risk in African-American women
The cure for lung cancer may be in fish oil
Exercise could cut womb cancer risk by 30 percent
Global Pharmaceutical Market Forecast to Reach $880 Billion Annually
U.S. admits its scientists infected Guatemalans with syphilis
Female sexual dysfunction 'was invented by drugs industry'
Argentina's Roundup Human Tragedy
Italy regions push minister for official GM ban
About "Objections" to Vitamin C Therapy
Vitamin D deficiency rampant in patients undergoing orthopedic surgery
Putting to Rest Recent Codex Rumors
Vitamin D levels lower in African-Americans
More Americans taking vitamin D supplements, finds survey
Cancer threat in our houses
Survey looking at vitamin D deficiency
EU commission guilty of 'maladministration'
Trapped in the eurozone
Europe on strike over austerity measures
EU lobby register blasted as wildly inaccurate
Blackwater Spied for Disney, Monsanto, Royal Caribbean

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October 4, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Vitamin C rapidly improves emotional state of acutely hospitalized patients
Omega-3 may improve cardio measures in overweight teens
Review supports antioxidants for fertility, sperm quality
Folic Acid and Vitamin B12 May Help with Digestive Inflammation
Glaxo’s Avandia to Be Pulled in EU, Restricted in U.S.
Novartis Hid Health Risks of Bone Drugs, Lawyer Tells Jury
Antipsychotic drugs 'appear to raise blood clot risk'
Bone-Loss Drugs Linked to Higher Risk of Uncommon Thigh Break
Study links Voltaren to strokes
Study finds danger in GM herbicide
Scientific American Falls for Drug Company Propaganda
EU Commission hearing exposes fatal flaws in water fluoridation
Lack of transparency 'endemic' in EU institutions
Nuremberg is valid precedent for Iraq trials

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September 22, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Eating broccoli could guard against arthritis
Blueberries show anti-diabetic potential
ACE vitamins may reduce colon cancer risk
Vitamin 'may help prevent' spina bifida
Omega-3, vitamins C and E may boost pancreatic health
Vitamin B treatment could delay onset of Alzheimer's
Swine flu milder than seasonal flu, vitamin D helps prevent both
More calcium and vitamin D may aid weight management
Low vitamin D linked to schizophrenia
Small babies need iron supplements, say Swedish researchers
Peril of sleeping pill: Research shows tablets lower life expectancy
Wyeth And Its Ghostwriting Practices
Research Integrity: Don't Mess With the DSMB
European Commission snubs MEPs questions about GMOs
Genetically Modified China
High levels of cholesterol said better for longevity
Low vitamin D again linked to higher mortality in heart patients
Cancer and Vitamin C: Evidence-Based Censorship
Pharma game plan revealed?
Sunblock and computer games causing vitamin d deficiency
Wikipedia’s Anti-Natural Health Slant
EU bid for more rights at UN suffers surprise defeat
'Majority' of Britons want to quit EU
EU commission 'interfered' in run-up to Lisbon vote
Mafia cash in on lucrative EU wind farm handouts

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September 17, 2010

Wake Up, America! Prevent Dictatorship And War!

New technologies like hydrogen, solar and other renewable forms of energy, promise to replace mankind’s dependency from oil for public and private transport, utilities and all other areas of energy. What will bring annual savings of thousands of dollars for every family, millions in savings for businesses and billions for national economies around the world will, on the other hand, lead to losses amounting to trillions of dollars for the Oil Cartel – and ultimately to its demise.

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September 9, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Green tea may protect DNA from damage: Human study
Daily fish oils could save lives of 10,000 heart patients
Diabetes drug with heart attack link 'should never have been issued'
Osteoporosis drug 'doubles cancer risk'
Half Of Americans Are Taking Prescription Meds
America's mental illness epidemic: It turns out that the drugs are the problem
The GMO Catastrophe in the USA: A Lesson for the World
How organic strawberries 'are more nutritious'
Botanical groups gather in Brussels to challenge EU herb laws
Common Sense Saves Life Says Health Freedom New Zealand
EU accused of trying to 'control' journalists
Former EU commissioner 'in clear breach of code of conduct'

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September 3, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Increasing selenium intake may decrease bladder cancer risk
Fruit and veg supplements show promise against common cold
Diverse diet of veggies may decrease lung cancer risk
Supplement produces a 'striking' endurance boost
The great cholesterol myth
Monsanto in Gates' Clothing? The Emperor's New GMOs
China goes organic after scandal of cooking oil from sewers
US Government should recommend organic to cut chemical exposure
EU popularity plunges right across the bloc
Fury as EU envoy to the US says: I speak for Britain

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August 27, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Cinnamon extract may reduce diabetes
Sunshine remedy vitamin D keeps diseases at bay
Eating berries may activate the brain's natural housekeeper for healthy aging
New evidence on how cranberry juice fights bacteria that cause urinary tract infections
Eat your greens to beat diabetes
Sweet pepper compounds show weight management power
Omega-3s could improve metabolic syndrome outcomes
European Patient Groups, Pharma And Financing
10 Years Later, Glaxo Still Haunted by Faked Studies of Paxil in Kids
Five out of six new prescription drugs don't work
Drug firms hiding negative research
Anniversary of a whistleblowing hero
Pesticide exposure in the womb could cause attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
BP 'ignored concerns about oil well'

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August 20, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Vitamin D May Help Protect Against Parkinson's
Zinc Found to Help Digestive Health in Children
Vitamin E and Omega-3 Fats May Help with Speech
Pharmaceuticals: A market for producing 'lemons' and serious harm
Acetaminophen use in adolescents linked to doubled risk of asthma
US probes corruption in big pharma
FDA warns of brain problem with Glaxo seizure drug
WHO list reveals pandemic flu advisors with industry ties
European Agency Agrees To Release Side Effect Data
Court blocks planting of GM sugar beets pending assessment
Surprising Information on Vitamin C Deficiency
Crops Absorb Pharmaceuticals From Treated Sewage
EU Commissioner Oettinger under fire for failing to disclose side activities
Mankind is using up global resources faster than ever
British Medical Experts Seek Kelly Suicide Inquest
EU envoy to US flaunts new powers
New EU mass surveillance project revealed

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August 13, 2010

Latest News Updates

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Included in this edition:

Scientists call for global policy change on vitamin D
Adequate zinc eases pneumonia in elderly
Astaxanthin's heart benefits get human data support
Some evidence vitamin D might fight colds
Swine flu pandemic is over, says WHO
AstraZeneca Pays $198M For 17,500 Seroquel Suits
GM crop escapes into the American wild
Pesticides linked to bee decline, say green groups
Google accused of betraying internet golden rule in net neutrality row
Blair must be arrested

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August 6, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Fit heart can slow brain ageing, US researchers say
Calcium supplements play an important role in maintaining bone health
Plant compound resveratrol suppresses inflammation, free radicals in humans
Vitamin D deficiency linked to arterial stiffness in black teens
A Hollywood Star And An Accutane Lawsuit
Health workers fear the dangers of secondhand exposure to chemo drugs
AstraZeneca Settles 4,000 Seroquel Lawsuits
New mental health 'bible' will lead to almost everyone having a disorder, warn experts
EC approves six GM corn varieties for food and feed
Global Censorship of Health Information
UK former deputy PM doubted Iraq WMD intelligence

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July 30, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Vitamins needed to help celiacs stave off bone disease
Vitamin C blocks tumour growth: study
Vioxx cases urgent: barrister
Two More Med Schools To End Pharma Funding
Nigeria: Trovan Case - New Victims Sue Pfizer for U.S.$384 Billion
Prescription drug epidemic spreads to babies
Bayer Loses Fifth Straight Trial Over U.S Rice Crops
Pesticide levels in NZ food unacceptable - lobbyists
What Do You Lack? Probably Vitamin D
Iraq inquiry: Former UN inspector Blix says war illegal
Toxic legacy of US assault on Fallujah 'worse than Hiroshima'

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July 23, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Higher vitamin E intake tied to lower dementia risk
Vitamin B6 may reduce rheumatoid arthritis inflammation
Vitamin D may slash Parkinson's risk
Osteoporosis Canada issues updated vitamin D guidelines for bone health
Fish oil may cut breast cancer risk
Creatine at low doses promotes resistance to fatigue
Antioxidants do help arteries stay healthy
High blood levels of vitamin E reduces risk of Alzheimer's
Pregnant women 'must take vitamin D supplements'
Resveratrol Linked to Positive Impact on Pre-diabetes
SSRIs Render Unfriendly Skies
F.D.A. Panel Votes to Restrict Avandia
Glaxo Said to Pay $460 Million to Settle Avandia Damage Suits
Ex-Regulator Said to Testify GlaxoSmithKline Withheld Study
Antidepressants in sea may damage food chain
Ministers declare war on Britain's tranquilliser crisis
Medically Caused Death in America
Big Pharma and Disease Mongering
European Commission proposals to ban GM crops: an empty and dangerous deal
EU votes against compulsory GM food labelling
GM-Spin Meltdown in China
Most people globally get insufficient Vit D
EU urged to do more to cut chronic disease death toll
Vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of cognitive decline in the elderly
Manipulative Politics at Codex
Western food fuelling SE Asia diabetes boom
US Needs 13 Million More Acres of Fruits and Vegetables to Meet the RDA
Supplement dialogue strengthens on Capitol Hill
Low vitamin D linked to metabolic syndrome in seniors
UK organic sector receives EU funds for promotions
EU to be given prominent UN role
So Much for the European Project
Iraq inquiry: secret documents showing Tony Blair's frustration published
Diplomat questions Blair's handling of Bush in runup to Iraq war

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July 21, 2010

The Oil Cartel's Goal: Toppling the Obama Government

The largest oil spill in US history was caused by British Petroleum (BP), a prominent member of the international Oil Cartel. While the environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has now lasted for months, the decisive question still remains unanswered: Who benefits from this crisis?

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July 5, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Sea buckthorn oil may ease dry eye symptoms
Researcher Confirms Blueberries Can Improve Cardiovascular Health
Pine bark extract reduces hay fever symptoms
Omega-3 shows benefits against 'oxidative stress': Study
Study finds serious heart risks with diabetes drug
Nigerians Can Proceed With Their Pfizer Lawsuits
Blood pressure drugs taken by millions probed over cancer link
Swine flu risk 'was vastly over-rated' by World Health Organisation
Merck To Pay $8M In Damages In Fosamax Trial
Doc Goes To Jail In Pfizer Research Fraud Case
GSK Settles 200 Paxil Lawsuits Alleging Birth Defects
Pfizer Rejected by High Court in Menopause Drug Case
Pfizer Faces Trials in 200 Suits Over Hormone-Drugs
Prince Charles to food industry: 'Your planet needs you'
Not enough folate may quicken hearing loss: Study
Britain's Iraq War Inquiry Resumes
Sir John Chilcot asks lawyers: Was Iraq war legal?

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June 25, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

How vitamin pills could save you from a heart attack
New evidence: vitamin D prevents flu
Encouraging results on treating depression with Omega-3
Supplements beat sun for vitamin D boost: Study
Science builds for calcium's bone and heart benefits
Johnson & Johnson involved in bribery case in China
'Ireland's Erin Brockovich' and a €1m battle with the drugs industry
Supreme Court Kicks Critical Genetically Modified Alfalfa Issue Down The Road
Bulgaria Moves to Protect Children from GMO
Two-thirds of Brits poll against GM
Vitamin C and Cardiovascular Disease
Bee decline could be down to chemical cocktail interfering with brains
Poor control of diabetes may be linked to low vitamin D
Vitamin D deficiency common across a range of rheumatic conditions
EU Herb Laws
US Army funds study on nutrition for neurotrauma
Medvedev Says He 'Cannot Rule Out' Collapse of Euro

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June 18, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Higher levels of vitamin B6 and methionine associated with lower risk of lung cancer
Breast cancer survivors should take vitamin D - report
Vitamin D: Not just for bones
Green tea extract may boost heart health for obese
B-vitamins may lead to happier seniors: Study
Mega-Dose Vitamin Therapy in the ICU
Cardiologists discover cancer risks in blood pressure meds
Drugs agency told to provide details on anti-obesity drugs
EU governments wary of GM crop overhaul plans
Warning over UK's first GM potatoes as ministers back 'Frankenstein food' trial in Norfolk
Clear association between obesity and vitamin D deficiency
EU instrument for spying on 'radicals' causes outrage
UK monitors suspected radicals as part of European surveillance project

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June 14, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Green tea extract may slow leukaemia
Report condemns swine flu experts' ties to big pharma
Pill 'caused gambling addiction'
Nigerian Lawsuit Against Pfizer
Antidepressants in pregnancy increase risk of miscarriage
UK: Food Standards Agency on Hot Seat over GMOs
Genetically modified corn contaminates crops in seven German states
GM lobby helped draw up crucial report on Britain's food supplies
Europe to change rules on growing genetically modified crops
Controlled Opposition: Twenty Questions You Never Dared to Ask
EFSA confirm health claim nightmare at Parma meeting
'Dirty dozen' produce carries more pesticide residue, group says
MEPs back web search history plan

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June 10, 2010

Brussels EU calls for curbs on citizen petitions

Brussels EU officials recently announced that they want to limit the demands European citizens can make in petitions by bringing in tougher rules on the amount of personal data required to be given by people signing them. Under the plans, citizens' proposals that go "against the values of the union" - which, let's not forget, are actually determined by the Brussels EU itself - will not be accepted.

As such, by setting burdensome rules such as each signatory of a petition being required to provide a wide variety of personal data - including name, street address, email address, date and place of birth, nationality and personal identification numbers (passport; ID card; and social security) - it can be seen that the real intention of the Brussels EU in making this announcement is to set severe limits on the ability of European citizens to exert their democratic will. This is further proven by the fact that all petitions are to be subjected to an admissibility check once they reach a total of 300,000 signatures, with officials being given powers to stop any petition they decide does not meet the requirements.

Lest anybody still be in any doubts as to the Brussels EU's intention to replace democracy with dictatorship, let's examine the truth behind some of its claims.

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June 4, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Study supports cranberry dose levels for urinary health
Studies Find Increasing Health Benefits From Vitamin D
Vitamin K linked to lower diabetes risk
Brief exercise reduces impact of stress on cell aging, study shows
Scots sue drug firm over link to heart attacks
British Columbia breast cancer patients win right to sue drug companies
EU drugs agency working with patient groups bankrolled by big pharma
Director of GeneWatch UK resigns in protest over UK government 'pro-GM' stand
Millions of British women on danger diets
US Court Rules in Favour of Free Speech on Health Claims
'Organic won't feed the world' mantra is "nonsense" - Prince Charles
Babies' DNA In Secret Vaults
Ordinary people were misled over impact of the euro, says Herman Van Rompuy
German action on euro crisis could trigger EU referendum in Britain

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June 2, 2010

One Trillion Dollar Bailout Can No Longer Conceal the Nazi Roots of the ‘Brussels EU’

In the April 23, 2010 edition of the New York Times newspaper – and in the supporting online documentation – Dr. Rath exposed the sobering facts about the Nazi roots of the so-called ‘European Union’, the ‘Brussels EU’.

Within days after the exposure of these facts, the Euro fell to an all time low on global markets. What was interpreted by some as an ‘attack’ by greedy investors on the ‘Euro’ was in fact much more – the resounding ‘No’ of world opinion to the Nazi-rooted ‘Brussels EU’. But the financial markets were merely the peak of the iceberg for the loss of political credibility of this construct.

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May 28, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Organic beetroot boosts stamina: Study
Researchers find daily ginger consumption eases muscle pain by 25 percent
Statins could cause liver and kidney problems, research shows
Regular Use of Aspirin Increases Risk of Crohn's Disease by 5 Times, Study Finds
Expert panel to view confidential swine flu papers
Taking blood pressure drugs while pregnant 'increases risk of hyperactive children'
New study examines hearing loss, Viagra use
Glyphosate Tolerant Crops Bring Diseases and Death
Companies Put Restrictions On Research into GM Crops
Vitamin E Research Ignored by Major News Media
Pesticides linked to high risk of ADHD in children
Full-body airport scanners may increase cancer risk
US President's Cancer Panel: Organic Foods Reduce Environmental Risks
Merkel and Cameron disagree on EU treaty change
Cannes hears call for 'war criminals' Bush, Blair to face trial

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May 21, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Vitamin E may protect lungs
Iron Supplements Effectively Treat Kids' Breath-Holding Spells
Australian Parents 'Pimp' Their Kids For Flu Trial?
Pfizer Settles Neurontin Suit Over Minister's Death
European Agency Should Release Side Effect Reports
Drugs for Ulcer, Heartburn Linked to Infections
Scientists Reveal Glyphosate Poisons Crops and Soil
South Africa 'dumps GM maize around Africa'
Chinese traditional medicine interests express grave concerns over EU legislation
Older adults need higher remedial doses of vitamin D deficiency
Consensus and Melamine - A Tale of Two Codex Cities
Not enough vitamin D may boost depression risk
Vitamin D deficiency may raise caesarean risk
Ex-EU commissioners face conflict of interest accusations

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May 14, 2010

Latest News Updates

Keep up-to-date on the latest health and politics news with our regular updates and analysis of the key stories from around the world.

Included in this edition:

Folate helps repair damage linked to aging and disease
Chromium picolinate may boost elderly memory
Folic acid found to improve vascular function in amenorrheic runners
NASA Studies Find Omega-3 May Help Reduce Bone Loss
Eating nuts can lower cholesterol
Glaxo Said to Pay About $60 Million in First Settlements of Avandia Drug
EU parliament urged to investigate H1N1 outbreak
EU's Pro-Industry GMO Regulators Endanger Public Health
Governments using flawed food production data to justify GM expansion
Many pregnant women not getting enough vitamin D
Mainstream herbal sales soar, says report
New vitamin D recommendations for older men and women
'Mixed bag' ruling from European Court on French vitamin case
Good news at Codex
N.Korean leader vows to revive nuclear talks
Several EU member states 'on brink of financial meltdown'

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May 10, 2010

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Resveratrol may boost blood flow in the brain
Higher daily doses of vitamin D lower risk of preterm births
DHA Supplements for Mom Good for Preemies
Olive oil could guard against developing ulcerative colitis
Vitamin E helps nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
Drug firm investigated FDA officials
Russia says genetically modified foods are harmful
Vitamin D deficiency in pregnant Arab women requires urgent attention
Fears for crops as shock figures from America show scale of bee catastrophe
Low folate levels in early pregnancy may lead to hyperactive kids
Don't Panic, Go Organic
Low Vitamin D Levels Are Related to MS Brain Atrophy, Cognitive Function
Vitamin D Deficiency Associated With Chronic Fatigue in Brain Injured Patients
Case not closed for high dose supplement campaign
The Euro Trap
Google releases list of government censorship requests

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May 4, 2010

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Study supports astaxanthin's immune boosting power
Proper intake of vitamin D improves quality of life for seniors
Multi-vitamin during pregnancy 'cuts chances of having an underweight baby'
Nearly 2,000 doctors named for taking pharma firms' gifts
Pilots Taking Antidepressants? The FAA Is Risking Our Lives
Psychiatric Drugging of Infants and Toddlers in the US - Part I
Psychiatric Drugging of Infants and Toddlers in the US - Part II
Orwellian Pills Spy on Your Compliance With Doctor's Orders
Defend Gilles-Eric Séralini and Transparency in GMO Risk Assessment!
What's Going on at Wikipedia?
European big business admits to lobbying Washington, but not Brussels

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April 23, 2010

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Vitamin K may protect against developing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, say researchers
Daily Calcium and Vitamins Linked to Lower Breast Cancer Risk
New evidence: Vitamin D supplements reduce breast cancer risk
Lutein plus vitamin A may slow vision loss: Study
Diet high in B vitamins lowers heart risks in Japanese study
IMS Forecasts Global Pharmaceutical Market Growth of 5-8% Annually through 2014
UK Sentences Former J&J Exec For Corruption
Popular Anticonvulsants Raise Suicide Risks: Study
Merck Hid Vioxx's Risks From Louisiana, Official Says
Bt Brinjal Halted but fight against GM neo-colonialism continues
EU Regulation Of Supplements Based On Bad Science
Indians get enough of sun, not sunshine vitamin
Citigroup says only 'United States of Europe' will save euro
18 MEPs will claim full salaries and perks without taking their seats

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April 16, 2010

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Omega-3 intakes may improve diabetic kidney health
Less than half an hour of exercise a day helps treat depression
Green tea extract effective for weight loss at low doses
Zinc may ease female anger and depression: Study
The Mediterranean Diet—Can It Help You Live Longer?
Cuba Touts New Medicine as Treatment for Cancer, AIDS
Short blasts of exercise as good as hours of training, scientists find
Mass H1N1 immunisation 'inappropriate'
Farmers Who Plant Biotech Crops Grow Pesticide-Resistant Weeds
SmartStax Maize a Medley of Transgenes with Problems
US Farmers Oppose 'Big Ag' in Anti-Trust Hearing
Protest from Scientists on EU Commission GM Food Regulation
Bigger role in preventative medicine for dietary supplements
Tell The FDA That Cherries—And Now Walnuts—Are NOT Illegal Drugs!
Low vitamin B6 may increase Parkinson's disease risk
Office for Dietary Supplements outlines five-year plan
Study links rheumatoid arthritis to vitamin D deficiency
Petition urges action on vitamin B6 form ban
Polish President Kaczynski is killed in a plane crash
US and Russian leaders hail nuclear arms treaty
New survey says NGOs continue to be most trusted institutions
Germany admits it had Nazi spies after WW2

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April 9, 2010

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Omega-3 may slash risk of heart failure: Study
Vitamin D could save Germany €40 billion in health costs
Vitamin D may save 40,000 Canadian lives per year
Study backs vitamin D and calcium supplements
Vitamin K may reduce cancer risk: EPIC study
1,200 IU of vitamin D daily may prevent flu
Multivitamins during pregnancy may boost infant health
Antioxidants show benefits for over-50 sporty-types
Poisoning by prescription drugs on the rise
Anti-psychotic drugs link to pneumonia warning
Woman whose daughter committed suicide sues Pfizer
Scientist 'deceived' by drugs giant
Pfizer Agrees to First Neurontin Lawsuit Settlement
Lilly And Sandoz Lose Preemption Argument
Vietnam Fines Schering-Plough For Kickbacks
Patents On Genes Are Struck Down By Judge
How drugs companies are turning personality traits into ailments
Acetaminophen: the Killer Painkiller
Psychiatrists And Pharma: Undue Influence?
When drug makers' profits outweigh penalties
Health warning over statin taken by millions
The Swine Flu Panic of 2009
Betrayal over GM food in Brussels
Finland proposes a doubling of Vit D dose for elderly
Does Reader's Digest Shill for the Pharmaceutical Industry?
Why levels of Vitamin D are lower in the north
New ANH study says EU vitamin laws must change track
Free vitamin pills for mothers and children in Cardiff
Statscan finds widespread vitamin D deficiency in Canadians
New Bill Addresses Scientific Support for Supplement Sales
ANH set to challenge EU herb law
U.S. Court Curbs F.C.C. Authority on Web Traffic
Airline passenger conversations to be monitored under EU project
Journalist accuses Tony Blair of 'war crimes'
A sign of empire pathology

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April 2, 2010

The Nazi Roots of the 'Brussels EU'

What you always wanted to know about the Brussels EU – But no one dared to tell you

In our new book, "The Nazi Roots of the 'Brussels EU'", we tell a story that many readers may, for obvious reasons, initially reject. In doing so, they may say that if the far-reaching historical information documented in the book were true, they would surely have heard about it before.

Mindful of this, we consider it our responsibility to encourage you to not only download this book, but also to visit and study the source documents noted at the bottom of its pages.

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March 26, 2010

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Study urges vitamin D supplement for infants
NASA examines omega-3 for bone health during space flight
Selenium Could Shield Against Diabetes
Green tea may boost oral health, reduce tooth loss
Virginia seeks to join lawsuit over prescription drug
FDA Warns About Zocor And Muscle Damage
New attack on EU plans for patient drug information
Diabetes Drug Supporters Had Financial Tie to Glaxo, Study Says
Anti GMO demonstration outside the Polish Parliament
Colonialism lives in biotech seed proposal for Africa
Bulgaria approves law to ban GMO crops
Bolivia Challenges Patentability of Life Forms
Eli Lilly's Desperate, Deceptive Campaign to Boost Bovine Growth Hormone
Bt cotton ineffective against pest in parts of Gujarat, admits Monsanto
Crop Scientists Say Biotechnology Seed Companies Are Thwarting Research
EU urged to help tackle Vitamin D deficiency
EU meddling with health food stores puts 4,000 jobs at risk
Nutrition training for doctors 'must be improved'
The latest news on the S.510 and S.3002 attacks on health
Low levels of vitamin D linked to higher rates of asthma in African-American kids
Buzek suggests electing EU commissioners
EU firms 'exporting torture equipment', Amnesty says

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March 24, 2010

Wiki-Rath

The Soros Connection

Although Jimmy Wales, the public figurehead of Wikipedia, tries to give the world the impression that his website is an independent entity, the reality is that the Wikimedia Foundation, of which Wikipedia is a project, is directly dependent upon support from super-wealthy benefactors with connections to the pharmaceutical investment business.

One of the most notable of the Wikimedia Foundation’s supporters is the so-called “Open Society Institute”, founded by the chairman of Soros Fund Management LLC, George Soros.

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March 19, 2010

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Omega-3-rich meals have blood vessel benefits: Study
Vitamin B6 ingredient linked to lower colorectal cancer risk: study
Magnesium may decrease colon cancer risk: Study
Studies find treating vitamin D deficiency significantly reduces heart disease risk
Berries may reduce risk factors for metabolic disorders
Australian ruling opens floodgates for Vioxx claims
The GM war in Europe starts here
EU commission under fire over GM potato
Judges uphold ban on Bayer pesticide
DSHEA Repeal Legislation Delayed, Not Dead
Nurse Practitioners to Patients: Can We Talk?
Low vitamin D may mean fatter, weaker muscles: Study
France accused of 'dragging its heels' on nuclear disarmament
Wads of cash and free ski trips on the EU gravy train

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March 12, 2010

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Vitamin D crucial to activating immune defenses
Red clover may counter depressive symptoms in older women
Omega-3 may boost lung function during sport
Vitamin D lifts mood during cold weather months
Anti-depressants bring higher risk of developing cataracts
Decisive Safety Action Needed on Methylphenidate (Ritalin, Concerta)
Over Six Hundred and Counting - Paxil Birth Defect Cases
Glyphosate Resistance in Weeds
80,000 Children May Die of Vitamin A Deficiency
Low levels of vitamin D linked to muscle fat, decreased strength in young people
Traditional herbal medicines in the EU: an update
Falluja doctors report rise in birth defects

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March 5, 2010

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DHA brain benefits may extend to middle age
High calcium intakes may improve male survival
Multivitamins may help weight loss in obese women
Common painkillers 'increase risk of hearing loss'
The other drug war - the politics of big business
Glaxo Loses Bid To Preempt Paxil Lawsuit
County files lawsuit against drug giant over diabetes medication
Ties To Glaxo Led To Favorable Avandia Studies
Drugs That Generated Most Adverse Event Reports
Most Physician Training Aided By Pharma Support
Dosed up on donations and addicted to drug company money
Concerns raised over drug firm funding of consumer health groups
FDA warns of heart risk with HIV drug combination
Against the will of citizens and farmers, EU authorizes GM potato
Farmers, exporters warn GM animals could damage 'brand New Zealand'
EU scientific committee further compromised by conflict of interest on fluoride
Vitamin D deficiency likely among some kidney disease patients starting dialysis
Senator McCain - Please Read Your Own Bill
The Food, Inc. Horror Movie
Silvio Berlusconi 'avoiding justice', demonstrators say
Greece wants Nazi gold returned as 50,000 strikers take to streets

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February 26, 2010

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Omega-3, vitamins, minerals may reduce aggressive behaviour
Antioxidants may help lower diabetes rates, study
Folic acid supplements may reduce pre-term births
Very high omega-3 intakes linked to big health benefits
A Forbes Guest Blogger And His Pharma Ties
Philadelphia Jury Awards $9.45 Million in Damages Over Prempro Drug
Doctor pleads guilty to research fraud
US Senate report links diabetes drug Avandia to heart attacks
Kids on ADHD drugs 'poor at school'
Cholesterol-lowering drugs increase risk of diabetes, study finds
Parkinson's class action approved
Australians "uncomfortable" with GM food
Official Recommended Intake for Vitamin D is Too Low
Dutch to pull troops out of Aghanistan following government collapse
Russia should consider joining the EU and NATO, says Medvedev's institute

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February 19, 2010

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Cocktail of five vitamins may give terminal cancer patients an extra two years
High levels of vitamin D in older people can reduce heart disease and diabetes
Magnesium supplements may boost lung health for asthmatics
Walking regularly and taking supplement 'can significantly ease pain of arthritis'
Dietary Formula That Maintains Youthful Function Into Old Age
Exercise 'cuts risk of developing painful gallstones'
Authors of a new study propose a strict ban on medical ghostwriting
Opposition to GM
Five-year ban on GM foods proposed in Bulgaria
Dark-skinned immigrants to Canada urged to take vitamin D
RDA for Vitamin C is 10% of USDA Standard for Guinea Pigs
MEP's spending spree forces paybacks, but the names are being kept secret
EU President's secret bid for economic power
German minister calls for Lisbon treaty EU army
US blames Lisbon Treaty for EU summit fiasco

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February 12, 2010

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Blueberries counteract intestinal diseases
Saffron: Spice That Saves Your Sight
Omega-3 may combat mouth bacteria, boost oral health
Hibiscus tea may reduce blood pressure in at-risk people
Omega-3 may boost kidney health in diabetics: Study
AstraZeneca Facing 26,000 Lawsuits Over Seroquel
H1N1 flu shot sickness probed
Monsanto 'faked' data for approvals claims its ex-chief
GM Wheat rejected by 233 Consumer, Farmer Groups in 26 Countries
Vitamin insufficiency boosting age-related diseases
Schoolboy proud of vitamin D campaign
Risks of low potassium in heart failure patients with chronic kidney disease
Don't Let McCain & Dorgan Gut DSHEA
Secret papers could contradict Iraq evidence
Memo 'shows Blair Iraq war deal with Bush'
Jack Straw 'gave incorrect answers' to Iraq inquiry
Damning report hits out at European Parliament expenditure

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February 5, 2010

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Fish oil 'reduces youth psychosis'
Vitamin, minerals may reduce eczema risk in children
Omega-3 may reduce risk of dental disease: Study
Vitamin D Supplements Could Fight Crohn's Disease
'Corrupt' drug firm practices exposed
Judge refuses to dismiss Fosamax case, sets trial
Franklin Co. judge awards $5.3 million in penalties against AstraZeneca
The Rise Of Marketing-Based Medicine
Drug firms 'drove swine flu pandemic warning to recoup billions spent on research'
Miscarriages after flu vaccine
Swine Flu Didn't Fly
Pfizer Compensates Trovan Victims With N26 Million Each
Drug firm made to pay for pollution
Russia to tighten labeling requirements for GMO food products
Biodiversity: EU Farmers Face Genetic Contamination of Seeds
Vitamin B6 may affect heart disease risk: Study
Safety of Radiation Questioned
How Hard is it to Spell 'D'?
MEDLINE Information Censorship
UK consumers embrace alternative medicines
Vitamins and Teenagers: A Personal Statement by Stephen H. Brown, PhD
Iraq to sue U.S., Britain over depleted uranium bombs
Iraq inquiry: Tony Blair 'lied' and misled Parliament, claims Clare Short
Professor to launch 'Nuremberg' war crimes prosecution against Blair
Tony Blair accused of putting war with Iran on the electoral agenda
Bush decided UN backing not necessary, says Blair
Protesters call for Blair to face war crimes charges

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World Health Alphabetization campaign

Health is the most important human need and its protection is the most basic human right. Or, at least, so you might think. Unfortunately, however, so far as our current health care systems are concerned, nothing could be further from the truth. Over the past decades, health care systems around the world have been taken hostage by interests that have defined human diseases as multi-billion dollar markets for their patented drugs. These interests have a name: the pharmaceutical investment business with disease. The precondition for this fraudulent business model to function is the health illiteracy of millions of people, i.e. the lack of knowledge about basic functions of the human body and the most fundamental approaches to human health. The online World Health Alphabetization course was therefore developed to end health illiteracy for yourself, your family, friends, colleagues and your community.

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Click here to visit the World Health Alphabetization online library.

 

January 29, 2010

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High Vitamin D Levels Linked to Lower Risk of Colon Cancer
Vitamin D supplementation can reduce falls in nursing care facilities
Aerobic exercise grows brain cells
St. John's wort may cool hot flashes
Antidepressants Tied To Lactation Problems
AstraZeneca 'suppressed' drug test data
MP damns swine flu drugs lobby
Tax and Spend: U.N.'s Rx for New World Medical Order
Close EFSA's open doors to industry!
Health Scandal - Monsanto's GMO Perversion of Food
FDA has a month to respond to health claim contempt of court allegations
50% of UK Vitamin D deficient
EFSA GMO regulatory chief takes EU 'secrets' to biotech industry
Low Vitamin D Associated With Risk of Relapse in Childhood Multiple Sclerosis
No Deaths from Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids or Herbs
David Kelly post mortem to be kept secret for 70 years
Klaus, Kaczynski say Lisbon should not enhance EU centralisation

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January 22, 2010

Video of the week

HIV/AIDS: Nobel Laureate Advocates Natural Cure

In an interview for the AIDS-documentary "House of Numbers", Dr. Luc Montagnier - Recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine for the discovery of the HI-Virus - spoke out for nutrition and micronutrients in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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Intravenous fish oil in ICU effective
Omega-3s May Slow Aging in Heart Patients
Antioxidant-rich fruit and veg may cut lymph cancer risk
PACE to open hearings on 'falsified' swine flu pandemic
Swine flu was a textbook case of a scare
U.N.'s World Health Organization Eyeing Global Tax on Banking, Internet Activity
Doc Faces Fraud In Pfizer Research Case
Suits allege harm from Pfizer quit-smoking drug
Thalidomide apology reaction mixed
Court Revives HRT Lawsuit Against Pfizer
Swine flu: Inquiry into the Role of Big Pharma and WHO by Council of Europe
WHO Advisor Secretly Pads Pockets with Big Pharma Money
GM crops escalate herbicide arms race
NLM Censors Nutritional Research
Grapefruit juice may boost CoQ10 uptake: Study
Vitamin D levels not enough for winter: Study
Use of potentially harmful chemicals kept secret under law
Iraq Inquiry: Lord Goldsmith 'materially' changed legal advice in days before war

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January 15, 2010

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Green tea 'may block lung cancer'
Multivitamins may cut lung cancer risk in smokers
Calcium, vitamin D reduce fracture risk
Pine bark extract may ease haemorrhoid problems
Blueberries may boost memory in older adults: Study
"Extraordinary" increases in drug prices: report
Zambians fume over failed AIDS trial
Monsanto's GMO Corn Linked To Organ Failure, Study Reveals
Proposed dose limits on vitamin supplements in Europe found to be scientifically flawed
Chemical in plastic bottles 'poisoning us'
Vitamin D deficiency increasingly common
US health claims regime under Euro-threat
Don't destroy hard-won health claim freedom, says ANH
Report claims Wikipedia losing editors in droves
Big tobacco distorted EU treaty, scientists say
Dutch inquiry says Iraq war had no mandate

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January 11, 2010

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Review supports omega-3 for liver health
Vitamins and minerals may slash bladder cancer risk
Natural compounds in pomegranates may prevent growth of breast cancer
Survival of the fittest: exercise 'can fight ageing'
Dietary carotenoids confirmed to benefit eye health: Study
Putting the "C" in Cure
EU to probe pharma over "false pandemic"
Harvard Teaching Hospitals Cap Outside Pay
WHO chief yet to be vaccinated against swine flu
Pfizer Unit Loses Bid to Dismiss British Columbia Drug Suit
Thalidomide victims to get compensation
Drug giant uses libel law to 'gag' doctor over safety
Advisers on Vaccines Often Have Conflicts, Report Says
Pfizer Doesn't Want You To See This Video
Call for moratorium on GM food
Monsanto named worst corporate climate lobbyist
The Big GMO Cover-Up
December 31, 2009 - Where were you when the Earth ended?
Another 'bad' cholesterol linked to heart disease found
EPA announces plan to require disclosure of secret pesticide ingredients
ANH announces merger
That Tap Water Is Legal but May Be Unhealthy
EU's senior prosecutor quits amid corruption probe

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January 7, 2010

Don’t allow yourself to be fooled by the agents of disinformation and confusion

During the closing months and weeks of 2009, our Foundation received numerous enquiries from people wanting to know whether Codex would “go into global effect on December 31, 2009”. Citing claims they had seen on a website belonging to Rima Laibow and Albert Stubblebeine, they expressed concern that the use of vitamins and other natural health therapies would be prohibited worldwide after that date.

Fortunately however, the date of December 31, 2009 had no practical significance to Codex whatsoever. In other words, vitamins and other natural health therapies were not prohibited worldwide by Codex at the end of 2009 and nor were they ever going to be.

So who are Rima Laibow and Albert Stubblebine, and why are they seemingly so intent upon seeding disinformation and sowing confusion amongst the natural health movement?

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