From the monthly archives:

December 2009

Nuts Reduce Cancer Risk

December 22, 2009

A diet that incorporates a daily dose of pistachios may help reduce the risk of lung and other cancers.

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Zicam Cold Remedies and Harmful Side Affects

December 22, 2009

FDA issued a warning this year for consumers NOT to use Zicam Cold Remedies. The Intranasal Zinc products are linked to a loss of sense of smell.

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Tamiflu and Roche Drug Company Deception

December 15, 2009

“Tamiflu has not been proven to have a positive impact on the potential consequences (such as hospitalizations, mortality, or economic impact) of seasonal, avian, or pandemic influenza.”

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Health Benefits of Baking Soda

December 14, 2009

Amazing information from 1922 about using baking soda (Bicarbonate of Soda) for successfully treating colds and flu. It also increases the alkalinity of the body and increases the resisting power of the body to all infectious diseases and chronic diseases.

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Slim Fast Contamination and Deception

December 8, 2009

Do you know that Slim-Fast is made primarily from processed milk and sugar water? Now, the beverage has been recalled by the manufacturer due to possible contamination by Bacillus cereus. The FDA has issued a noticed on their website that says the recall involves all Slim-Fast RTD products in cans, regardless of flavor, best-by-date, lot code or UPC number.

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NY Times Has Exposed RealAge Scheme

December 4, 2009

A popular online age quiz, “RealAge”, has gained popularity among many Americans for claiming it can pinpoint a person’s true biological age. In addition, they will make corresponding recommendations for how to stay healthy and young. However, research into RealAge reveals that while the website promotes non-medical solutions to staying young, the company is generating revenue via email by marketing drugs to its members.

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