Ever since the AIDS epidemic became official in June 1981, there have been rumors that AIDS is a man-made disease.
“Over my career, I have tested numerous fruits, including figs, dates, strawberries and raisins, and none of them come anywhere close to having the effect on bone density that dried plums, or prunes, have,” said Bahram H. Arjmandi, Florida State’s Ma
As you're probably aware of by now, there's a war being waged against raw milk.
Race and Economics - Let's tell the truth, shall we? Article by Walter Williams. / Forget Calories and Exhausting Exercise - To lose fat, eat fat. Don Miller, MD, talks to Lew Rockwell. / The Trouble With Egalitarianism - It justifies the total state
Enzymes drive biological processes necessary for your body to build raw materials, circulate nutrients, eliminate unwanted chemicals, and the myriad of other biochemical processes that go on without your even thinking about it. Videos included...
You’re in a restaurant enjoying a dinner with friends, when all of a sudden you hear a woman shriek: “He’s choking!”
A dog can accurately detect the early presence of lung cancer by sniffing patients’ breath, doctors in Germany say.
When I first changed my diet thanks to reading up at the Weston Price Foundation website, the first piece of advice I followed from them was to find free range eggs in my local grocery stores.
Arnie Gundersen says a mouthful in this mp3 broadcast. If you don’t trust someone like Arnie then you can’t trust anyone. He is as “salt of the earth” as they come and he says at the end of this audio: “I know someone who is very highly placed in
An independent radiation test in Toronto Canada has revealed startling levels of radiation just days after famed nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen claimed that radioactive rain would continue to hit the west coast for upwards of a year.
Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that usually thrives in warm, damp places. The fungus, Tinea pedis, grows between the toes, on top of the feet, on toenails and between the fingers.
"Those wireless meters on every home and building will emit huge pulses of microwave radio frequency radiation as often as every few seconds throughout the day and night, seven days a week.
Someday soon, hospital patients won’t be hooked up to wires and monitors -- instead, electronic patches will be temporarily tattooed onto their bodies. Doctors will be able to monitor their vital signs without poking and prodding
For the past several years, organic foods have witnessed an increase in popularity due to both the lack of pesticides used in their production and the lack of any use of genetic modification technologies. Many people are demanding that their food be
Oscar Pistorius of South Africa just qualified for the 400-meter and the 4x400-meter relay races at this year's World Championships, his first trip there
A Major Canadian Paper Reports That The Government Covered Up Massive Amounts Of Radioactive Material From Fukushima In Canadian Air” And Are Continuing To Manipulate Radiation Monitoring Data. While the alternative media has reported on a cover u
The recoil of a nucleus during radioactive decay can do more damage than the alpha particle it emits, according to a new study.
British researchers are using a million ARM processing cores to simulate the human brain—or 1 percent of it, at least.
The technology makes possible the idea of a man-made lung that is far more portable--and possibly implantable--for the nearly 200 million people suffering from some degree of lung disease.
July 30th 8am - 4pm NO COST, Bring a Friend 8 - 8:30am: Meditation 8:30 - 9am: Registration/Breakfast Snack 9 - 10am: Keynote Speaker: Dr. Paul Mittman AM Speaker: Kathleen Gould 12 - 1pm: Complimentary Ligh
Two studies mimic the effects of traumatic brain injury in cells, helping to explain how explosions harm soldiers' brains.
Unlike other systems, Ion Torrent's technology promises to improve in step with advances in electronics—and it's already proving useful for public health.
In trying to curb malaria, biologists and epidemiologists have pulled some dirty tricks on mosquitoes. But after all the genetic tinkering to make mosquitoes disease resistant and the laser and nano-attacks that kill the insects on the wing,
Consumption of margarine made with trans fats has gone up five fold, and vegetable oils, more than fifteen-fold. Along with trans fats, these often rancid vegetable oils are new to the human diet. A good case can be made that these changes in fat-
Around mile 10 of a recent half marathon, my quadriceps started to tighten and my feet increasingly felt like lead. Along with improving my training, perhaps in the future I will use zinc-finger nuclease scissors to snip out a gene called IL-15Rα
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a memory device that is soft and functions well in wet environments – opening the door to a new generation of biocompatible electronic devices.
In a bid to harness the potential of embryonic stem cells, surgeons in California have implanted lab-grown retinal cells into the eyes of two patients going blind from macular degeneration.
Athletic performance obviously decreases as people get older and their bodies wear down physically, but new data compiled by French researchers sheds light on exactly when these declines might start showing up, at least in some sporting disciplines.
Varsity basketball players who tried to get 10 hours of sleep per night for five to seven weeks could sprint faster, react faster, and sink more free throws and three-pointers.
Surgeons working at Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden have taken a huge step forward for regenerative medicine by successfully executing the world’s first synthetic organ transplant.