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Dr. Rath Health Foundation Newsletter

September 14 2012

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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.


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L-carnitine helps kids with autism, study finds

September 11, 2012

Supplementation with L-carnitine improves the behavioral symptoms of autistic children, a new study conducted in Egypt has found.
Read article at nutraingredients-usa.com

Supplementing with Omega-3 fatty acids might improve reading and behaviour for some children

September 10, 2012

A new study by the University of Oxford has shown that daily supplements of omega-3 fatty acids (Docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA) improved the reading and behaviour of underperforming children in mainstream primary schools.
Read article at medicalxpress.com

Cranberry Juice May Prevent Bladder Infections In Kids

September 9, 2012

Cranberry juice, rich in several antibacterial properties, may be able to prevent bladder infections in children.
Read article at inquisitr.com

Vitamin E-rich diet in pregnancy 'may tackle childhood asthma'

September 7, 2012

Women who consume large amounts of vitamin E during pregnancy may be less likely to have children with asthma, scientists believe.
Read article at netdoctor.co.uk (UK)

Amino acids may help rare type of autism

September 7, 2012

A common dietary supplement may help treat a very rare form of autism with epilepsy that is linked to an amino acid deficiency, a new study has found. An international team of researchers isolated a genetic mutation in some autism patients that speeds up the metabolism of certain amino acids.
Read article on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation website

Fish oil may double benefits of exercise for elderly

September 5, 2012

A combination of regular doses of fish oil and gym exercises improved the muscular strength of a group of women in their late sixties by 20 per cent in a new study.
Read article in the Daily Telegraph (UK)

Link between prostate cancer and vitamin A may lead to improved treatment

September 5, 2012

Cancer scientists at the University of York have shown a link between prostate cancer and vitamin A for the first time. Professor Norman Maitland, who was awarded £2.15m by Yorkshire Cancer Research a year ago to continue his groundbreaking research into prostate cancer, has found that a prostate specific gene is under the control of retinoic acid – a derivative of vitamin A. The discovery, which is published in the scientific journal Nucleic Acids Research, means that it will now be possible to test whether retinoic acid, if given therapeutically, can force prostate cancer stem cells to develop into more specialised cells – a process known as differentiation - which could kill them or render them more susceptible to chemotherapy.
Read article at medicalxpress.com

Comment: As with the news earlier this year that high doses of vitamin C makes it easier for radiation therapy to kill brain tumour cells in cancer patients, the publication of this study is yet another sign that the 'cancer industry' realizes the replacement of chemotherapy and radiation by natural health approaches is now inevitable. For the meantime, however, in this study, it is still trying to control the field of prostate cancer treatment by advocating the ‘marrying' of an old profitable approach (chemotherapy) with a new approach (vitamin A). This 'delaying tactic' is being employed for one reason only: To protect the Pharma Cartel's near-trillion dollar a year income by diverting people's attention away from Dr. Rath's discoveries and the research conducted at the Dr. Rath Research Institute, which, without using either chemotherapy or radiotherapy, have already been shown to block all key mechanisms that make cancer a deadly disease. To read Dr. Rath and Dr. Niedzwiecki's groundbreaking book, 'Victory Over Cancer', click here. To read research and clinical studies about the health benefits of micronutrients in fighting prostate cancer, click here.

Review Shows CoQ10 Beneficial for Blood Vessel Health

August 22, 2012

Blood vessel dysfunction, characterized by a decrease in an ability to either constrict or relax properly, is considered to be an early marker for atherosclerosis. Blood vessel dysfunction is also a reliable predictor of having a heart attack or stroke, all of which combine to make heart disease as the #1 cause of death in the United States over the past few decades. Because research suggests blood vessel dysfunction can nearly triple the risk of having a cardiovascular event while other research shows improved blood vessel function can reduce the risk of cardiovascular events by 86%, ways to help improve blood vessel function are a priority. Now a new study suggests that CoQ10, shown previously to help maintain healthy levels of cholesterol and inflammation, may also help blood vessel health.
Read article on the website of the Natural Health Research Institute (USA)


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How Doctors Do Harm

September 11, 2012

The tide is turning. When once it was unheard of for a doctor's opinion to be challenged, today's patients are getting second and third opinions, seeking out alternative care and pursuing natural, organic solutions to their health issues. And now the medical system is being challenged by none other than the Chief Medical and Scientific Officer and Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society. How We Do Harm: A Doctor Breaks Ranks About Being Sick In America by Dr. Otis Webb Brawley, exposes the nasty side of medicine – those things we hear of, suspect, and experience that erode our confidence in conventional medical treatment.
Read article at greenmedinfo.com

Common painkillers 'increase' risk of early death in heart attack survivors

September 11, 2012

Common painkillers such as ibuprofen increase the risk of dying or having a second heart attack among heart attack survivors, researchers have warned. A study shows that taking the common painkillers can put those who have already had one heart attack at a heightened risk of having another for at least five years. The findings confirm the potential dangers of taking a group of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs known as NSAIDs.
Read article in the Daily Mail (UK)

Jury decides hormone therapy caused Utah woman’s breast cancer

September 7, 2012

A federal jury awarded $5.1 million in compensatory damages to a Utah woman Friday after finding hormone therapy drugs caused her breast cancer and drugmakers were negligent because they failed to adequately warn of that risk on labels provided to doctors and patients. The U.S. District Court jury, comprised of seven women and five men, sat through four weeks of expert testimony and scientific presentations before being handed the case early Wednesday afternoon. They came back with a decision two days later.
Read article on the Salt Lake Tribune website (Utah, USA)


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GM crop link to liver failure

September 12, 2012

Scientists have linked the risk of liver failure and death to wheat being genetically modified in Australian tests.
Read article in The New Zealand Herald

GM Animals: Farmers warned of backlash, Dalli challenged on vested interests

September 5, 2012

GM Freeze warned farmers that moves by the EC to approve GM animals for commercial use in food are gathering pace and could spark a major consumer backlash if the Commission does not change direction.
Read press release at gmfreeze.org

In a Surprising Contradiction, Nestlé Official Says GMOs Aren’t Necessary

August 30, 2012

Though the corporate giant has donated more than $1M to fight GMO labeling, a senior exec says we don’t need modified foods.
Read article at takepart.com


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Why the News is Wrong: We Need to Eat Organic

September 5, 2012

Recent research from Stanford University and the subsequent headlines from Reuters, NBC News, the New York Times and other mass media outlets have it all wrong: Choosing to grow and eat organic foods has little to do with nutritional content. Humanity must increasingly turn to organic foods. If we don't, we will damage our future food supply along with our health and the environment.
Read article at greenmedinfo.com

Activists in Argentina Expect Landmark Ruling against Agrochemicals

August 17, 2012

After more than a decade of campaigning against toxic agrochemicals, a group of women from a poor neighbourhood in the northern Argentine city of Córdoba have brought large-scale soybean growers to trial for the health damages caused by spraying.
Read article at ipsnews.net


For more political news, visit the news pages on the website of the International Alliance for Health, Peace and Social Justice, and the news page on the European Referendum Initiative website. Citizens of the UK can find additional UK-orientated news stories on the Reject the EU website.

Is Tony Blair in line for top European Union job? Former PM's interview with German newspaper sparks rumours in Brussels

September 11, 2012

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair could make a dramatic return to front-line politics by taking one of the top European Union jobs, it has emerged. Rumours are circulating within Brussels that the 59-year-old is in the running for a senior position after he gave an interview to Germany's Die Zeit newspaper.
Read article in the Daily Mail (UK)

Greece demands billions for German war crimes: Relations between EU partners plunge to a new low

September 11, 2012

Greece has threatened to hit Germany with a bill for tens of billions of pounds in outstanding reparations for Nazi war crimes during the Second World War. The move is an indication of growing outrage in Athens at the strictures being placed on the Greek economy by EU paymasters led by Germany.
Read article in the Daily Mail (UK)


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