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December 16, 2011

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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 slash pancreatic cancer risk
Fish rich diet may protect young women from heart disease
Green tea extract may protect against muscle damage from exercise
Dietary antioxidants may reduce stroke risk in women
Pine bark extract shows brain health benefits
Breast cancer patients 'stop drugs' due to side effects
Pfizer settles Prempro drug case after losing $72.6 million verdict
This is America. This is America on drugs
GM crops: Failures & Hazards
Keeping out of the sun 'is bringing rickets back'
Rare gene links vitamin D and multiple sclerosis
EU fiscal treaty means German rule
Disgraced German re-emerges as European Commission adviser
Euro crisis: US General Martin Dempsey warns of unrest
EU suffers worst split in history as David Cameron blocks treaty change

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December 9, 2011

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Young women may reduce heart disease risk eating fish with omega 3 fatty acids
Women trying to conceive should take vitamins
Fish oil boosts memory by 15 pc
Choline-rich diet tied to sharper memory
Takeda may face 10,000 lawsuits over Actos drug bladder cancer claims
Study finds prolonged fatigue for those who had chemotherapy for breast cancer
UK launches fund to boost pharma industry
GM risks loom for wheat industry
Low vitamin D levels linked to type 2 diabetes in obese kids
Smoke and poor diet cause low vitamin C levels in India's elderly population
Six largest pesticide manufacturers stand trial at International People's Court
Fascists enter by the back door in Greek "technocrat" government

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December 2, 2011

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Included in this edition:

Vitamin D studied as flu-fighter
Low vitamin D linked to heart disease, death
Omega-3 again linked to lower inflammation
Orange sweet potato reduces risk of vitamin A deficiency in Mozambique
Tart cherries may boost sleep
Green tea may boost flu protection in kids
Aging well through exercise
Chronic bowel disease drugs linked to skin cancer risk
Paracetamol: Repeated ingestion of slightly too much can be fatal
Merck will pay $950M to settle Vioxx investigation
Stay away from chemotherapy and radiation
Monsanto defeated by Roundup resistant weeds
India's new GM crops bill is a gross example of corruption
It could be old age, or it could be low B12
From 44,000 to 224 – the “Great EU Health Claims Cull”
Too little salt may also increase risk of heart problems, suggests study
Media may kill vitamins
Forget fracking, vitamin B12 could make fuel cells cheaper
Bush, Blair found guilty of war crimes by Malaysian tribunal

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November 25, 2011

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Two vitamin C tablets every day could save 200,000 lives every year
Vitamins decrease lung cancer risk by 50%
Study affirms 'Mediterranean diet' improves heart health
Novartis executives, cover-ups and jawbone damage
Pfizer agrees to pay $60 million to settle probe into bribes
Military dropping anti-malaria drug
Cancer drug Avastin loses US approval
Bayer promoted heroin for children: The ads that prove it
Boy kills friend because of Prozac
US FDA debars doctor in Pfizer research scandal
How India squared up to Monsanto's 'biopiracy'
Brussels EU bans health claim that water can prevent dehydration
Bilderberg leader Mario Monti takes over Italy in 'coup'

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November 17, 2011

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Included in this edition:

Natural carotenoid Zeaxanthin improves elderly vision
Vitamin B reduces work stress
Chemotherapy 'could cause brain damage' in breast cancer patients
Sanofi's Multaq doubled deaths from heart disease in study
Merck settles Vioxx suits from New York, Florida
Without consent: how drugs companies exploit Indian 'guinea pigs'
Will James Murdoch stay on the Glaxo board?
Chinese drug exec given suspended death sentence
International biotechnology conference calls for moratorium on GM foods
Communities in Philippines still opposing gene-modified eggplant
Insects developing resistance to GM Bt crops
Approving the GM potato: conflicts of interest, flawed science and fierce lobbying
Low vitamin D levels may be associated with recurrent inflammatory spinal cord disease
Study links Parkinson's disease to industrial solvent
Low vitamin C levels may raise heart failure patients' risk
Physician supplement use in US matches general population levels
EU food still heavily contaminated with dangerous cocktails of pesticides.
Activists in Malaysia plan 'war crime trial' of George W. Bush and Tony Blair

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November 11, 2011

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Cherry juice gives a good nights' sleep
Mediterranean diet and exercise can reduce sleep apnea symptoms
Benefits of nut consumption
AstraZeneca indicted by Serbia over bribes
European Medicines Agency investigated over conflicts of interest
Study finds increased cancer risk with bone growth product
Thalidomide: possible Nazi link to the drug could bring more compensation
The revolving door and a former US FDA chief counsel
Boehringer says about 50 deaths related to Pradaxa drug
Rethinking mammograms
Peru's congress approves 10-year GMO ban
Kids with low levels of zinc may be at higher risk of autism
Cancer risks of dental radiation
Low vitamin D common in spine surgery patients
Food prices in Britain rise by second most in EU
Did the Euro's architects expect it to fail?

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November 4, 2011

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Obese adolescents benefit from high-dose vitamin D supplements
Resveratrol pills may mimic effects of exercise and low-calorie diet
Research confirms latitude variation in incidence of chronic digestive diseases
CoQ10 may boost antioxidant defenses in people with atherosclerosis
CoQ10 may reduce muscle damage during intensive exercise
U.S. deaths from painkiller overdose surge to record
Drugmaker Grunenthal sued over Thalidomide birth defects
Duke University sued over cancer trial
Gates Foundation swimming against a tide of informed opinion on GM projects
Why a brave mum said no to chemotherapy
EU health claims regulation and RDA based vitamin limits violate WTO rules
Death knell for a Greek debt deal
German Chancellor says Europe could be plunged into war if efforts to save euro fail
Hundreds demand George W. Bush's arrest in Canadian protest

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October 28, 2011

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Included in this edition:

B vitamins may slow cognitive decline: Oxford University study
Celiac sufferers may need supplements of vitamins D and K
Low fat diet with fish oil slowed growth of human prostate cancer cells
Vitamin B-based treatment for corneal disease
Omega-3 plus exercise may boost bone health in older women
Vitamin D could lower type 2 diabetes risk
Still no compensation for Trovan victims as Pfizer cuts corners
Doctors didn't disclose spine product cancer risk in journal
More than one in 10 Americans aged 12 and older take antidepressants
Super weeds 'run rampant in fields near GM crops', scientists warn
EFSA says prunes don't loosen the bowel
Women do not get enough vitamin D during the menopause
Jacob Zuma and corruption in South Africa - A can of worms
Revealed - the capitalist network that runs the world

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October 20, 2011

The latest attempt of the drug lobby to discredit the health benefits of vitamins

Comments by Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki on the observational study on micronutrient intake and mortality rates in older women

In the following article, I will address the real goals of publishing the above study in this form, at this time, and explain why - despite being based upon a questionable evaluation of often incomplete observational data - it was accompanied by so much publicity. As we shall see, there are many specific issues which undermine the validity of this study.

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Included in this edition:

Scientists find vitamin D crucial in human immune response to tuberculosis
Study links zinc levels to prostate health
US Senators want to ease FDA panel conflict rules
Medical panels are rife with financial conflicts
FDA warning for leukaemia drug
Hundreds rally in Washington to demand GMO labelling
United Nations members requested to label GM foods
Are Monsanto's days numbered?
Vitamin E attacked again of course - because it works.
Occupy Wall Street and the Food Movement
Ex-president should be arrested, activists say
Amnesty International urges Canada to prosecute George W Bush

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October 14, 2011

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Included in this edition:

Raw vegetables and fruit 'counteract heart risk genes'
Folic acid in pregnancy associated with reduced risk of severe language delay in children
Ginger could reduce bowel cancer risk
Vigorous exercise boosts vitamin D while lowering heart risk
Avastin may increase risk of ovarian failure, jaw necrosis and blood clots
Johnson & Johnson to pay $48M to man hurt by Motrin pain drug
Diclofenac deaths may dwarf Vioxx disaster: Health agencies helped it happen
Petition demands US label genetically engineered food
Shame on the American Medical Association's Archives of Internal Medicine journal
Study debunks myths on organic farms
Monsanto 'creating resistant super-weeds' choking over 11 million acres of U.S. farmland
Electronic surveillance scandal hits Germany
George Soros fails to reverse insider dealing conviction
Environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico: The escalation of BP's liability
Speculation in agricultural commodities plunging millions into hunger
Archbishop Tutu says African National Congress "worse than the apartheid government"

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October 7, 2011

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Included in this edition:

Vitamin D can reduce falls among the elderly
Regular aspirin users at higher risk of sight problems
Merck pays $1.5M fine for pollution
Statins increase blood sugar and lead to diabetes
Sleep, anxiety drugs may increase death risk
California may require labeling of GM food products
Fair-skinned people may need extra vitamin D
Vitamin D deficiency common in cancer patients
Oral steroids linked to severe vitamin D deficiency
Vladimir Putin wants Soviet-style power bloc to rival EU
MEP hits out at plans for EU 'schools propaganda'
Cheney greeted by protesters in Vancouver

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September 30, 2011

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Included in this edition:

Study finds vitamin B12 may prevent memory loss
Omega-3 may ease depression symptoms, slash dementia risk
Common painkillers can raise heart risk
Cost of treating cancer is 'unsustainable'
Company stock prices before public announcements of oncology trial results
Active pharma ingredients may be fishy
Chronic disease to cost $47 trillion by 2030
China says "no" to the commercialization of GE rice?
France retains ban on GM maize despite EU court opinion
Low vitamin D levels may damage lungs, promote severe asthma
Poor diet linked to teen mental health problems
Vitamin D deficiency linked with airway changes in children with severe asthma
NGO demands resignation of EFSA officials
Blair 'pushed deals worth billions' for investment bank that pays him £2m a year
Rumsfeld stripped of legal immunity for acts of torture against US citizens

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September 27, 2011

Victory Over Cancer!

Groundbreaking New Book By Dr. Rath And Dr. Niedzwiecki Makes The Unthinkable Possible

Since the dawn of history, mankind has been haunted by a disease that has remained largely incurable - cancer.

For almost a century, this disease has been the target of an investment business - the pharmaceutical industry - that has turned this epidemic into a multi-billion dollar business.

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September 23, 2011

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Included in this edition:

Why you need more vitamin D
An apple or pear a day may keep strokes away
Omega-3 supplements show benefits against anxiety
Daily vitamin B pill can help stave off Alzheimer's disease
More evidence that spicing up broccoli boosts its cancer-fighting power
Drug deaths now outnumber traffic fatalities in U.S.
Zofran side effects linked to heart rhythm problems
Study suggests link between type 2 diabetes drugs and pancreatic cancer
GM feed toxic, new meta-analysis confirms
One size doesn't fit all for vitamin D and men
The magnificence of vitamin D
Google doodle celebrates the man who discovered vitamin C
366 million people now have diabetes
Poland warns of war 'in 10 years' as EU leaders scramble to contain panic
The call to occupy Wall Street resonates around the world

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September 15, 2011

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Included in this edition:

Multi-nutrient supplement shows anti-inflammatory benefits
Micronutrients reduce anemia and iron deficiency in infants in low-income countries
Aerobic exercise may reduce the risk of dementia
Taking painkillers long-term 'triples risk of kidney cancer'
Arthritis medication raises risk of developing skin cancer, scientists find
Servier faces another scandal over another drug
EU court bans honey contaminated by GE crops
French ban on GM crop challenged on a technicality
Warning over global cancer levels
US court case asks if 'Big Brother' is spelled GPS

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September 9, 2011

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Riboflavin shows blood enhancing properties
Chondroitin improves hand function, relieves morning stiffness caused by osteoarthritis
Exercise counteracts aging effects
Ibuprofen linked to double risk of miscarriage
The dark side of prescription drugs
Indians sitting ducks as drug trials turn fatal
Are the legal tables finally turning on GMOs?
Americans need supplements, fortified foods to achieve nutrient intakes: Survey
Herman van Rompuy wants second term as strengthened EU president

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September 2, 2011

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Vitamin C 'may benefit asthmatic children'
Leucine may help to burn fat but spare muscle wastage
Cycling fast: vigorous daily exercise recommended for a longer life
Vitamin A supplements for children could save 600,000 lives a year
Universal polypills for over-55s are a 'waste of money'
Ghostwriting remains a fundamental problem in the medical literature
Shocking new details of US STD experiments in Guatemala
Deaths from strong prescription painkillers are on the increase
Medical journal withdraws article after it gets letters from two drug companies
Polish minister calls for Europe-wide ban on GM crops
'Most' American children not getting enough vitamin D
Organic versus genetically engineered crops: some rays of light
Early under-nutrition may increase heart disease risk in later life
Mankind stands on the brink of new world war for food and water
Study shows powerful corporations really do control the world's finances

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August 26, 2011

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Seaweed may reduce blood pressure in healthy kids
Multivitamins may slash premature birth risk
Study identifies fish oil's impact on cognition and brain structure
15-minute daily exercise is 'bare minimum for health'
Tufts-Harvard study builds vitamin D's anti-diabetes potential
Omega-3 may boost heart benefits of tomato antioxidants
Drug companies lose protections on Facebook
Pfizer confesses about 'potential' overseas bribes
Pfizer: Nigeria drug trial victims get compensation
Authorship rules for medical journals flouted by pharma industry
Polish president vetoes bill allowing GMO seeds
India sues Monsanto over genetically-modified eggplant
"Monsanto quit India" day observed across the nation
Hungary destroys all GMO maize fields
African Union: Time to scale up nutritional interventions
Most pregnant women aren't getting enough vitamin D
Low vitamin D linked to earlier first menstruation - risk factor for host of problems later
Protests convict Blair for war crimes

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August 12, 2011

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Are you taking enough Omega-3 for heart health?
A small amount of exercise is good for your heart
Multivitamin supplementation could significantly benefit the elderly
Wave of lawsuits follow warnings that diabetes drug may raise bladder cancer risk
Prescriptions for antidepressants increasing in US
Useless studies, real harm
Clinical trials overseas
Herbicide tolerant GM crops pose serious health threat
Whitewash response from European Commission to EU herb law concerns
Back pain and disc health 'linked' to lack of nutrients
Wikipedia says it is losing contributors
BP disaster one year later

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August 5, 2011

EU book now available in four languages invitation to contribute to it as a writer

Our groundbreaking book, "The Nazi Roots of the 'Brussels EU'", is now available online for free download in four languages: English, Polish, Romanian and Czech. Additional languages are currently in the pipeline and will be made available in due course. Meantime, if you are interested in volunteering to assist us in translating and/or proofreading the book in your language, please contact us.
As we describe in the book, the European Union is the specific political model through which the Oil and Drug Cartel intends to take control of the world. In this respect, it is notable that similar international structures - based upon the 'Brussels EU' blueprint but disguised as so-called "trade blocs" - are already in the process of being constructed on other continents. As such, it is clearly of vital importance that this information is disseminated as widely as possible. With this goal in mind, we invite you to write a chapter explaining how the 'Brussels EU' affects your country. The best submissions will be considered for publication in the online versions of the book. To get an idea as to the general approach to take, read chapter 6, "The Rule of the Brussels EU would End Centuries of Freedom and Independence in Great Britain", which describes how the Brussels EU has affected British people. If you are interested in contributing a chapter of this type to the book, please contact Paul Anthony Taylor with your proposals at: p.taylor@dr-rath-foundation.org

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July 22, 2011

New Video: Dr. Rath's 'Movement of Life' lecture in Warsaw, Poland, 18 June 2011

On 18 June, 2011, Dr. Rath gave a landmark lecture at the Foundation's 'Movement of Life' conference event in Warsaw, Poland. Explaining how the fundamental forces of life and human dignity have shaped our world, he summarized the Chemical Cartel's three attempts at world conquest and described how the historic role of the 'Movement of Life' is the basis for the liberation of mankind from its dependencies upon the Cartel.

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Included in this edition:

Lycopene may help prevent prostate cancer in African Americans
Omega-3 reduces anxiety and inflammation in healthy students
Nuts may help prevent diabetes
Spiriva studies show pattern of serious heart risks
Explosion in use of antipsychotic medications in United States
The professor, a Paxil study & misconduct charges
Polypharmacy increases risk of death in over-65s
Drug firms' freebies for UK National Health Service staff under scrutiny
GMO maize damage in Hungary may total billions
Codex guidelines set to allow labelling for GM foods worldwide
Codex avoids implosion - by five votes
EU regulators and Monsanto exposed for hiding Glyphosate toxicity
European Medicines Agency reports on progress of EU herbal directive
Roman-era shipwreck reveals ancient medical secrets
Herbal medicines in Europe - Italy shows way out of impasse
Poll: British people overwhelmingly ready to leave EU

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July 15, 2011

New Chapter for our EU book: Enforcing the Brussels Dictatorship in Europe

As we described in the First Edition of our book, "The Nazi Roots of the 'Brussels EU'", the Oil and Drug Cartels design for the Brussels EU was closely based upon the blueprint published in 1941 by Arno Slter, the head of the official Nazi "Central Research Institute for National Economic Order and Greater Sphere Economy." The latest edition of the book describes how the basic strategies being used to enforce the Brussels EU dictatorship are directly descended from those used by the Nazis following the adoption of the Cartels Enabling Act by the German Parliament in 1933.

To read the new chapter online, click here. To download the chapter as a PDF, click here.

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Vitamin E may reduce risk of motor neurone disease
Higher folic acid levels in teens tied to academic success
Omega-3 scientifically supported to reduce blood vessel stiffness
The healing power of ginger
Vitamin D can help elderly women survive
Beetroot juice could keep athletes at the top of their game by boosting stamina
Takeda pulls Actos drug in France over increased risk of bladder cancer
Everyday drug medicines can destroy lives, conference warns
Netherlands city declared GM-free through citizen action
GM wheat a threat to farmers
Kenyans protest over GM maize imports
Teenage girls' junk food diet leaves them starved of vitamins
Vitamin D insufficiency prevalent among psoriatic arthritis suffers
Vitamin-D deficiency linked to increased muscle injury risk
France abolishes maximum levels for some vitamins
New bill and US FDA guidance for dietary ingredients sparks revolt
International Ayurveda Foundation fight against EU herbal law
Brussels' Eurocrats see EU project in 'lasting crisis'

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July 08, 2011

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High folate intake may reduce risk of colorectal cancer
Herbal medicine treatment reduces inflammation in allergen-induced asthma
Vitamin E tocotrienols show cholesterol benefits for healthy adults
Combination of calcium, vitamin D reduces melanoma risks in some women
Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy Linked to Higher Risk of Autism
Ibuprofen and aspirin linked to irregular heart rhythm
Heart concerns raised about anti-smoking drug Champix
Harvard Docs Disciplined For Conflicts Of Interest
Fetal Exposure to Common Epilepsy Drugs May Harm Kids' IQ
France Decides Sanofi's Multaq Is 'Insufficient'
A Neurontin Study Was Really A Seeding Trial
Diabetes Drug From Bristol Linked To Certain Cancer Types
Takeda's Actos, Glaxo's Avandia Raise Risk of Eye Disease
EU lawmakers give backing for national GM crop bans
Pregnant women 'not taking enough' vitamin D
No high-dose omega-3 adverse effects
Herbal Medicinal Products Directive is "a protectionist tool"
Diabetes explosion leads to 350 million suffering from disease worldwide
Bilderberg 2011: The Rockefeller World Order and the "High Priests of Globalization"

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July 1, 2011

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Diet reverses type 2 diabetes Pine bark extract plus CoQ10 shows benefits for heart failure patients
Omega-3 boosts insulin resistance markers
Using olive oil in your diet may prevent a stroke
Nazi link to thalidomide disaster
Thalidomide lawsuit spreads to Spain
Premature aging caused by some HIV drugs
Australian to lead thalidomide suit
Fatal cocktail of common drugs putting elderly at risk
AMA Votes To Discourage Commercial CME
Too many patients prescribed high-risk drugs
Risk Info In Print Ads Is Not Very Comprehensible
New Zealand Chafes Over Pharma And Trade Talks
US Supreme Court Rejects Pfizer Prempro Appeal
Pfizers Chantix May Be Tied to Heart Risk With Cardiovascular Disease
US court lets class action against Bayer proceed
Pfizer, BI Inhaler May Raise Risk Of Early Death
African Alliances Challenge Introduction of GM Technology
Native California Bees, Crops Vanishing
Campaigners pressurise EU Commission over non-European herbal traditions
B12 breath test may ease deficiency diagnosis
Eat your fruits and vegetables! Californians seem to be listening
No Deaths from Vitamins - None at All in 27 Years
Regulators Knew World's Best-Selling Herbicide Causes Problems
Ex-Spy Alleges Effort to Discredit Bush Critic

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June 17, 2011

Winning the Century Long Battle for Natural Health Freedom

On March 11, 2011, the Dr. Rath Humanities Foundation presented an event in Anaheim, California, entitled "Winning the Century Long Battle for Natural Health Freedom." The speakers included Dr. Rath, Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki and a survivor of the WWII Auschwitz concentration camp, August Kowalczyk. To watch a video recording of the event, click here. To visit the Dr. Rath Humanities Foundation website, click here.

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June 1, 2011

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New studies suggest sunlight may help ward off disease
Male reproductive health could benefit from vitamin D
Prenatal vitamins reduce the risk of autism by half
Pharma Cartel perks for Health Department workers in Australia
UK doctors forced to prescribe water
UK supermarkets to label GM soybean as 'sustainable'
Farmers reject genetically engineered seed
With no labeling, few realize they are eating genetically modified foods
Bangladeshi PM inaugurates vitamin A campaign
Indoor workers suffer vitamin D deficiency
New Zealand attacks Denmark over ban on Marmite
Infant fluoride exposure in Irish Republic
Greeks to choose between euro and drachma
The Four Horsemen of Global Banking

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May 27, 2011

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Broccoli sprouts show benefits for diabetics
Vitamin D 'lowers relapse risk of multiple sclerosis'
Pre-eclampsia supplement 'can protect against disease'
Omega-3 may reduce depression symptoms in the elderly
Sun protects against childhood asthma
Radioactive fallout: Can nutritional supplements help?
How drug companies' PR tactics skew the presentation of medical research
Medical schools plug holes in conflict-of-interest policies
Viagra 'could make you deaf'
Pharma Cartel annual global sales to reach nearly $1.1 trillion by 2015
Pfizer did not report Chantix side effects correctly?
Antipsychotic drugs called hazardous for the elderly
Faking medical reality
The murky world of academic ghostwriting
GM food toxins found in the blood of 93% of unborn babies
GM corn failure - a lesson for the future?
Legal action against EU's herbal medicines ban 'imminent'
US herbal supplement sales up 3% last year
Organic food 'can help you lose weight and live longer'
Simple fitness test could predict long-term risk for heart attack, stroke
'Bad' cholesterol not as bad as people think, study shows
Red Cross and Vatican 'helped thousands of Nazi war criminals escape'

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May 20, 2011

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High dose vitamin D may boost exercise capacity for lung disease patients
Relief from red, itchy skin: Unraveling the secrets of vitamin D
'Sunshine vitamin' pills may extend lives of cancer patients
L-theanine may boost attention for anxious folks
More signs diabetes drug linked to bladder cancer
Drug regulators are protecting profits over patients, warn researchers
EU drugs regulator accused of being too cozy with Big Pharma
JAMA study omitted data on Alzheimer's drug?
Amgen's anemia medicine linked to higher risk in heart-attack patients
Drought tolerant GM corn will not feed the world
Lack of exercise linked to higher heart disease risk in children as young as 9
The unwisdom of elites

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May 13, 2011

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Vitamin E tocotrienols may reduce cholesterol
Omega-3 status in pregnancy linked to childhood obesity
Babies given anti-obesity drugs in the womb
Conflicts cloud the European Medicine Agency
Paracetamol 'link' to blood cancer
Short term use of painkillers could be dangerous to heart patients
Pharma money & medical societies
Special report: Big Pharma's global guinea pigs
Clinical trial deaths and compensation in India
Glaxo may settle 1,000 more Avandia lawsuits, attorney says
Chemo brain may last 5 years or more
California Assembly votes to label GM fish
GM maize contaminates non-GM crops in Uruguay
Vitamin D deficiency in pneumonia patients associated with increased mortality
How the American Dietetic Association is strengthening its monopoly
African Union to support organic farming
US must strengthen efforts to restrict chemicals that threaten health
EU to keep files on all air passengers
Greece considers exit from Euro Zone

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May 6, 2011

Dismantling the 'Brussels EU' - a precondition for global natural health freedom

The Referendum for Natural Remedies petition - a campaign which aims to guarantee free access to scientifically based natural health remedies for all European Union ('Brussels EU') citizens - has now been signed by over a quarter of a million people. Coordinated by the Dr. Rath Health Foundation under the banner of the European Referendum Initiative, the petition's signees come from all 27 Brussels EU member states.

However, despite the impressive and growing public support for this campaign, the Dr. Rath Health Foundation is fully aware that the Brussels EU has no intention of listening to the demands of European citizens. Operating outside the basic principles of freedom and democracy, the Brussels EU - by definition - is a dictatorship. Neither the 27 'Commissars' making up the European Commission - the executive level of the Brussels EU - nor even the Brussels EU President, Herman van Rompuy, have been elected by the people. Instead, the power of the people to determine their government has effectively been transferred to corporate interests.

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Vitamin C may improve heart function in congestive heart failure
Omega-3 may slash levels of heart disease risk factor
Pycnogenol again found to help with keg circulation
Chondroitin shows quick benefits to knee health
Abbott Labs sued on claim Humira caused lasting nerve damage
Lima to declare itself a GMO-free zone
Low vitamin D in kids may play a role in anemia
Early nutrition has a long-term metabolic impact
Traditional Chinese Medicine challenged by EU herbal directive
Unlicensed herbal medicine to be banned in EU market
Aggressive breast tumors linked to vitamin D deficiency
Obese adolescents lacking vitamin D
Americans still may not be getting enough calcium
EU wins super-observer status at UN

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April 29, 2011

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Resveratrol shows anti-diabetes potential: Study
US aims at its deadliest drug problem: Painkillers
Johnson & Johnson will pay $70 million over bribery claims
Tanzanian NGOs challenge GM biotechnology
Scientist defends claim of new pathogen linked to GM crops
Half of EU states negative on GM foods
Vitamin D may help explain racial differences in blood pressure
Pesticide exposure in pregnancy linked to lower IQ in kids
US organic food sales surge 7.7% (conventional foods manage just 1% growth)
ElBaradei urges ICC trial of Bush

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April 22, 2011

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Peppermint earns respect in mainstream medicine
Research review finds lycopene benefits high blood pressure and cholesterol
Find relief from chronic cough with vitamin B12
Bowel drugs side effects may cause fatal blood cancer
FDA urged to ban diet pill over liver damage
Conflicts of interest and drugmakers
BASF buys rights to another GMO potato
GMOs linked to organ disruption in 19 studies
Use of pesticides in Brazil continues to grow
More than half of U.S. adults over 20 take vitamins
Web creator's net neutrality fear
Number of patent applications in Europe hits all-time high

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April 15, 2011

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Omega-3 fatty acids may lower postnatal depression
Health benefits of vitamin D
Vitamin D may help reduce heart risk in African-Americans
Vitamin D 'may combat eye disease'
Antioxidant formula prior to radiation exposure may prevent DNA injury
Mother found guilty of attempted murder for withholding toxic chemo drugs from son
Antidepressants, breast cancer & industry studies
Drugging America: The drug industry exposed
MEPs want wider scope for national GMO bans
Call to stop attacks on independent GMO researchers
The curious case of Codex Alimentarius - two meetings highlight contradictions
New study suggests UK is now iodine-deficient
Industry's war on nature: 'What are the bees telling us?'
BP faces wave of protests at AGM

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April 8, 2011

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A sunny outlook for blood pressure
Cancer charity 'tidies' Wikipedia
Pfizer, Lilly antidepressants linked to narrowed arteries in older men
Execution drug still available after pharma company shuns 'end user' agreements
Glaxo paid $85 million to U.S. doctors last year
Merck paid $20.4 million in speaking fees to U.S. doctors
Lawyers say drug company manufacturing plant leaked toxic chemical for years
Conflicts of interest & treatment guideline panels
Organic farm groups sue Monsanto
U.S. Government calls for the phase-out of dental mercury amalgam
When it comes to natural health for children, we're living in a police state
Diabetes linked to vitamin D deficiency
Truehope headed to Canadian Supreme Court
Bee warned: evidence suggests insecticides major factor behind honey bee decline
Brussels EU denies access to MEP's offices, limits investigation of cash-for-amendments scandal

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April 1, 2011

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Vitamin K may benefit both elderly men and women
Peer reviewed publication supporting intravenous vitamin C for cancer patients
Cranberry shows heart health benefits
Eskimo study suggests omega-3 fatty acids reduce obesity-related disease risk
Lipitor linked to increased diabetes risk
Migraine drug ups risk for oral birth defects
Unacceptable death rates end cloning trials in New Zealand
High incidence of vitamin D deficiency
Doctors cause a third of stubborn high blood pressure
New study addresses 'important gaps' in iron status knowledge
Chemicals in plastics linked to early onset menopause
EU 'should investigate link between pesticides and bee decline'
Cell phones tracking your every move

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March 25, 2011

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Vitamin B12 intake during pregnancy 'will reduce babies' crying'
Radiation Worrying You? Take a Vitamin
A dose of safflower oil each day might help keep heart disease at bay
Vitamin E Users Show Lower ALS Risk
Selenium deficiency may increase risk of chronic disease
Michigan Is Preempted From Suing Merck
Shoppers kept in dark over GM ingredients
GM alfalfa decision prompts new lawsuit
Watchdog red-flags GM food
Truehope returning to court
Low levels of vitamin D associated with Parkinson's disease
Secretive Plan For a Global Currency

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March 18, 2011

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Omega-3 linked with reduced risk of age-related macular degeneration in women
Olive oil polyphenols' heart benefits
Zinc battling childhood diarrhoea in Nepal
U.S. courts confront China's involvement in price fixing
Pharmaceutical chemicals widespread in Minnesota streams
Cloned meat & milk coming
Malta's stand on GMOs
Hungary mulls 'hamburger' tax to cut fat intake
Usage and recommendation of supplements common for U.S. physicians
Redefining normal blood pressure
Swiss action against Bush shows strength of human rights

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March 11, 2011

Launch of the Dr. Rath Humanities Foundation

To organize the global transition of health care towards the prevention and eradication of today's most common diseases is not an easy task. But we can do it.

Based in the United States, The Dr. Rath Humanities Foundation will be the first non-profit organization that is fully committed to a transition of health care which is long overdue: Away from the multi-billion dollar investment business with diseases toward a prevention-oriented and community-based health care that aims at the eradication of today's most common diseases.

The Dr. Rath Humanities Foundation will promote at the global level:

The launch of the Dr. Rath Humanities Foundation will take place tonight, March 11, 2011, at 22:00 GMT (23:00 CET / 14:00 PST). To watch a live video stream of the event as it happens, click here.

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The nutrition of cognition: Review considers the evidence for Alzheimer's
Increased B vitamins may ease PMS symptoms
Potassium levels possible key to racial disparity in Type 2 diabetes
Conflicts-of-interest in drug studies sneaking back into medical journals
New study links pain relievers to erectile dysfunction
UK sells US enough drugs to execute 100 death row inmates
Scientists Discover New Route for GM-gene 'Escape'
The GMO Reality Check
Asia rice output threatened by pesticide overuse
EU bans hundreds of herbal medicines: a solution without a problem?
Czechs' trust in EU lowest in history
MEPs question 'Big Brother' urban observation project

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March 4, 2011

Brussels EU continues attempts to curtail spread of lifesaving natural health information - 250,000 European citizens respond by signing Petition for Referendum on Natural Remedies

A recent European Commission working document on health claims for foods and food supplements provides definitive proof that one of the key goals of the Pharma Cartel and its political stakeholders in Brussels is to severely curtail the spread of lifesaving information on natural health throughout the whole of Europe.

For example, whilst the document suggests that some health claims for vitamin C may be permitted in relation to the important contribution it makes to normal collagen production, the Commission seems ruthlessly intent on banning the majority of claims that make mention of this micronutrient's numerous other health benefits. As such, by trying to limit the spread of natural health information in this way, the "Brussels EU" is attempting to eliminate a key threat to the financial interests of the multi-trillion dollar "pharmaceutical business with disease."

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High Doses of Vitamin D May Prevent Cancer
Antioxidants in pecans may contribute to heart health and disease prevention
Selenium may reduce prostate cancer markers
Free Med Journals Are More Likely To Hype Drugs
Past medical testing on humans revealed
Evidence stacking up against GM
More Alice in Wonderland decisions on health claims
Vegan diet requires omega-3 and B12 boost
Low vitamin D levels linked to allergies in kids
Pesticides on fruit and veg 'are wrecking men's fertility'
Commission accused of power-grab under new EU rules
Ecuador: finally, the polluter is commanded to pay
Blair's sister-in-law urges his trial on war crimes

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February 25, 2011

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Daily pill that can stop the ringing in your ears
Omega-3s may counter degenerative muscle loss
Omega-3 may improve depression measures for seniors
Pfizer reaches deal to resolve all Trovan litigation
US FDA warns Sanofi for failing to report side effects
AstraZeneca said to settle more Seroquel lawsuits
'New dawn' for GMOs after EU vote, green groups warn
New Report: GM crop cultivation nosedives across Europe
Pathogen new to science found in Roundup Ready GM crops?
Agricultural corporations restrict independent GMO research
New questions about cellphones: Use tied to changes in brain activity
Where East and West aren't meeting: The Brussels EU ban on traditional herbs
NGO set to file herb ban legal challenge by end of March
Bush no longer a free man amid torture charges

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Invitation to writers: Contribute a chapter to our book on the roots of the 'Brussels EU'

As we describe in our ground-breaking book, "The Nazi Roots of the 'Brussels EU'", the European Union is the specific political model through which the Oil and Drug Cartel intends to take control of the world. In this respect, it is notable that similar international structures - based upon the 'Brussels EU' blueprint but disguised as so-called "trade blocs" - are already in the process of being constructed in other regions of the world. As such, we see it as being of vital importance that this information is disseminated as widely as possible.

With this goal in mind, we invite you to write a chapter explaining how the 'Brussels EU' affects your country. The best submissions will be considered for publication in the online versions of the "The Nazi Roots of the 'Brussels EU'". To get an idea as to the general approach to take, read chapter 5 of the book, The Rule of the Brussels EU would End Centuries of Freedom and Independence in Great Britain, which describes how the "Brussels EU" has affected British people.

If you are interested in contributing a chapter of this type to the book, please contact Paul Anthony Taylor with your proposals at: p.taylor@dr-rath-foundation.org

 

February 18, 2011

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Take zinc to fight a cold, say scientists
Eating berries may lower risk of Parkinson's
How much vitamin D do pre-teen girls need?
Pfizer said to pay $330 million to settle Prempro lawsuits
Medical journal bans drug company ads
Hormones still pushed, still dangerous
Intense lobbying could enable unapproved GM crops to enter Europe's food chain
Honey made near Monsanto GM maize may face EU limits
EU herb directive keeps consumers in the dark
Journal hails DSHEA as 'milestone' in US public health policy
Study links pesticides to Parkinson's disease
The plight of the bumblebee
Einstein was right - honey bee collapse threatens global food security
Revealed: how energy firms spy on environmental activists
Iran calls for international court to try Blair

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February 11, 2011

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Astaxanthin shows potential for brain health
Food for thought - diet does boost your intelligence
Sun exposure, vitamin D may lower risk of multiple sclerosis
Vitamin D linked to colon cancer protection
Grapes may ease liver disease
Drugs for Schizophrenia May Exacerbate Loss of Brain Tissue
Glaxo Said to Pay $250 Million to Resolve Avandia Suits
Pharma giant Merck faces trial over Merced plant
Roche Drug Linked To Fatal Side Effects
Bayer Settles Multi-Million With Hemophiliacs Over HIV Tainted Blood
GM crops to be allowed into Britain under controversial EU plans
Lifestyle affects life expectancy more than genetics
Exposure to pesticides in womb linked to learning disabilities
Study highlights vital role of magnesium in type 2 diabetes
Bush trip to Switzerland called off amid threats of protests, legal action

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February 4, 2011

How to use diagnostic technologies wisely and for the benefit of your health

The early detection of health problems is very important in curtailing the progress of, or eliminating, disease at its onset. Over the last decades, various imaging techniques such as X-rays, ultrasounds, MRI and CT scans have been developed and applied to diagnostic, as well as therapeutic, medical care.

However, in recent years, many doctors – and especially radiologists – have become concerned with the overuse of certain diagnostic techniques, in particular those that expose patients to radiation. Although infrequent use of X-ray or CT (computed tomography) scans will not have adverse effects on a patient, multiple exposures to radiation over a short period of time can cause serious damage to cells, resulting in an increased risk of cancer and other diseases.

In addition to illustrating some of the concerns associated with medical radiation exposure, the following overview presents ways to protect our bodies and minimize the risks of damage.

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Popeye was right: spinach really does boost your muscles
To boost cancer-fighting benefits, eat broccoli with a side of sprouts
Study unlocks lycopene's heart health benefits
10 celebrities on big pharma's payroll
Mainstream media and public health turn on big pharma
Delayed removal of painkiller from U.S. market cost more than 1,000 lives
Victory for independent science
Newsweek slams antioxidants: Yawn!
Rickets showing up in some British children
Transparency NGOs call on EU not to restrict document access
The ultimate in hypocrisy: Brussels EU calls for 'free and fair' elections in Egypt
Global poverty, food riots, and the economic crisis

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January 28, 2011

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Calcium plus vitamin D shows bone boosting benefits for teenage girls
Antioxidants may help men with fertility problems
Eight fruit and veg a day may reduce heart disease risk by 22 percent
US heart disease treatment costs to triple to $818 billion by 2030
UK cancer sufferers to be given chemotherapy in High Street shops
Doctors criticise leukaemia drug study
'Statins for all' - and billions for drug firms
US warns of liver damage with heart drug
Health advocacy groups take drug company cash
Most EU states back trace GM in food imports
Ban neonicotinoid pesticides to save the honeybee
Bees facing a poisoned spring
Injectable vitamin C branded an "unapproved drug"
Eating junk food 'can cause depression'
George Galloway calls for former PM Tony Blair to face war crimes charge
EU commission condemned over new 'ethics' code for ex-commissioners
Greenpeace calls for 'green-powered' grid

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January 21, 2011

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Take vitamin D daily, mothers-to-be told
Essential oil supplementation may ease PMS
Bioactive compounds in berries can reduce high blood pressure
Children prescribed antibiotics are twice as likely to develop digestive problems
Head of 'deadly' diet drug company to face court
Sleep drug puts older adults at risk for falls, cognitive impairment
Minister is linked to diet drug scandal
Lawsuits Follow Servier Admission Of Drug Risks
Common painkillers linked to increased risk of heart problems
Monsanto's Roundup Triggers Over 40 Plant Diseases and Endangers Health
Vitamin D absorption is diminished in patients with Crohn's disease
Organic milk delivers more consistent nutrition across seasons
Beekeepers Fume at Association's Endorsement of Fatal Insecticides
Donald Rumsfeld and the Strange History of Aspartame
Tony Blair 'Misled Parliament Over Legal Go-Ahead To Invade Iraq'
Former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld accused of torture
Berlusconi faces new court date after legal defeat
Danish PM sued over Lisbon Treaty
EU financial watchdog 'systemically sabotaged fraud investigations'

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January 14, 2011

Invitation to writers: Contribute a chapter to our book on the roots of the 'Brussels EU'

As we describe in our ground-breaking book, "The Nazi Roots of the 'Brussels EU'", the European Union is the specific political model through which the Oil and Drug Cartel intends to take control of the world. In this respect, it is notable that similar international structures - based upon the 'Brussels EU' blueprint but disguised as so-called "trade blocs" - are already in the process of being constructed in other regions of the world. As such, we see it as being of vital importance that this information is disseminated as widely as possible.

With this goal in mind, we are pleased to announce a new project for all writers.

What we would like you to do is to write a chapter explaining how the 'Brussels EU' affects your country. The best submissions will be considered for publication in the online versions of the "The Nazi Roots of the 'Brussels EU'". To get an idea as to the general approach to take, read chapter 5 of the book, The Rule of the Brussels EU would End Centuries of Freedom and Independence in Great Britain, which describes how the "Brussels EU" has affected British people.

If you are interested in contributing a chapter of this type to the book, please contact Paul Anthony Taylor with your proposals at: p.taylor@dr-rath-foundation.org

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Magnesium supplements may reduce diabetes risk
Vitamin D may boost urinary tract health
Vitamin D could help patients with some types of autoimmune lung disease
Consistent exercise associated with lower risk of colon cancer death
Roche Sued by Patient Claiming Cancer From Pulled Psoriasis Drug Raptiva
Capital punishment and Big Pharma's ethics
Autism researcher a 'victim of smear campaign'
Antibiotic use in infancy may increase risk of childhood asthma
Birmingham court to oversee Pfizer lawsuits
8 Professors demand independent investigation of death in clinical trial
1991-2010 Enormous Scale of Pharma Criminal Fraud Settlements
GM crops breed economic dependence, new form of slavery, says Cardinal
Vitamin D3 '87 percent more potent' than D2
Half of American adults continue to take supplements: Survey
EU organic food push hailed by African farmers
Zero Deaths from Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids or Herbs
Research links rise in Falluja birth defects and cancers to US assault
Eurozone 'has 80% chance of losing the single currency in next decade'

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January 4, 2011

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Exercise and vitamin D help to prevent falls in seniors
Prenatal micronutrient supplementation boosts children's cognition in Nepal
Garlic may help protect against osteoarthritis
Beetroot juice could help people live more active lives
Supplements and sunlight give optimal protection from breast cancer
Folic Acid Found to Help Auditory Health
Astaxanthin Found to Help Cell and Immune System Health in Women
Vitamin K May Help in Treating Osteoarthritis
Scandal of the deadly diabetes drug subsidised by French state
Servier Diabetes Drug Linked To 2,000 Deaths?
Acid Suppressive Medication May Increase Risk of Pneumonia
Med Schools Flunk at Keeping Faculty Off Pharma Speaking Circuit
What 20 Years Of Pharma Fraud Has Wrought
Why do Americans have such poor health?
Chantix, Prescription Drugs And Violent Acts
New Study Shows Higher Mortality Risk at For-Profit Dialysis Chains
Legal action considered over GM contamination
Lack of vitamin D at birth may increase respiratory infection risk
European Commission reneges on assistance to European herbal practitioners
US water has large amounts of likely carcinogen
Concern Increases Over Widespread Vitamin D Deficiency In Asia
Reich Bureaucrats Seen in a New Light

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