Incredible Ray Machine Effective Against Many Diseases

  What if someone invented an electronic device that would destroy pathogens, bacteria, and even viruses with no toxic side effects? What if that same device could wipe out cancer by altering the cancer’s cellular environment or by killing cancer viruses with an electronic or ultra sonic beam? It’s amazing that this was actually accomplished years ago!…

Blood Pressure Drugs Linked to Cancer Risk

Common blood pressure drugs known as ARBs or Angiotensin-Receptor Blockers increase the risk of developing new cancers according to an in-depth study by the University Hospitals Care Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland. ARBs are used to reduce blood pressure in patients suffering from heart disease and other cardiovascular…

How to Avoid Abundance Disease

Diabetes, like many modern diseases, is a disease of multiple metabolic process breakdown. Diabetes, itself (meaning the diagnosed condition) is actually the last stage in the process and is the outcome of a long line of disease that was subclinical. In this article, we shall discuss diabetes with this in mind and talk about prevention…

Science Explains Acupuncture Pain Relief

While pain relief using acupuncture has become more widely accepted in recent years, the scientific processes that occur during acupuncture have not been fully understood. Now breakthrough research from the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York provides a clue to one of acupuncture’s pain relieving mechanisms. What Does the Study Show? The research…

Vitamin D Vital in Pregnancy

British women are being urged to take a daily Vitamin D supplement during pregnancy in an attempt to reduce deficiency related illness in newborns. Writing in the British Journal of Nutrition, the Institute of Child Health suggests that all women of reproductive age should take a Vitamin D supplement; a recommendation which could soon be…

Get Educated about Genetically Modified Foods

We are on the verge of the first approval of a genetically modified animal for human consumption, a decision sparking controversy and speculation it could make a major turning point in the way food is produced.  The GMO (genetically modified organism) in question is salmon, one of the healthiest foods on earth and a food eaten by people worldwide. The…

Deadly Drug Approved for Continued Use

Regulators in the U.S. have decided not to ban the diabetes drug Avandia, although evidence suggests it could double the risk of heart failure. Avandia, which has the generic name Rosiglitazone, is given to people with type 2 diabetes to help them reduce their blood sugar levels. It is prescribed to millions of diabetics worldwide,…

Brush Twice Daily for Good Heart Health

People that don’t brush their teeth regularly could be increasing their risk of having a heart attack by up to 70% according to a Scottish population study published in the British Medical Journal. Although previous links have been drawn between gum disease and cardiovascular problems, this is the first time that frequency of teeth brushing…