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Autism Begins in the Womb

A new study by researchers at University of California-San Diego indicates that autism most likely forms in the womb. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, examined brains from six autistic children who had died. The autopsy results were...

Heart-healthy Tree nuts

Tree Nuts Even More Heart-Healthy

A recent study by researchers from the University of Georgia has found that tree nuts have even more heart-healthy nutrients than previously thought. The researchers studied healthful constituents of ten tree nuts: almonds, black walnuts, Brazil nuts, cashews, English walnuts, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans,...

hormones in milk and breast cancer

Hormone-Free Milk Advocates Win Case

A Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has found that the State of Ohio restricted free speech when it ruled that organic milk farmers and bottlers could not state on their labels that their dairy products were made without synthetic hormones, pesticides, herbicides and...

sitting increases breast cancer

Sitting Shortens Life, Ups Cancer Risk

A new study from Canada has found that more sitting increases the risk of breast cancer among women. This study, led by researchers from the Alberta Health Services of Calgary, Canada, used the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey of 2003-2006 to...

colon cancer and bacteria

Bacteria Implicated in Colon and Rectal Cancers

Two recent studies by independent research groups have found that colorectal tumors contain significantly high concentrations of Fusobacterium, an invasive anaerobic bacterium known for causing inflammatory issues around the body. The first study, by researchers from the BC Cancer Agency and the Michael...

alcohol causes breast cancer

Drinking Alcohol Increases Cancer Risk

Multiple studies out this year have now linked alcohol consumption – especially frequent drinking and binge drinking – with several types of cancer. The most recent study, from Harvard University, established that women who drink from 3-6 glasses of wine per week have...

cancer and aspirin

Why Aspirin Can Prevent Cancer

Researchers from Italy’s Nuovo Regina Margherita Hospital have found that low-dose aspirin can prevent colorectal cancer. Why? Doesn’t aspirin cause stomach bleeding, ulcers, blood thinning and other problems? The researchers analyzed medical records of 100,000 human subjects starting from fifty years of age...

Trash pile in Pacific Ocean

Tsunami Trash Wake Up Call

A gigantic pile of trash floating in the Pacific Ocean is headed towards Hawaii and the West Coast of Canada and the U.S. This heap of trash consists of all the stuff of our modern civilization: Houses, building materials, cars, boats, computers, plastics,...

women's health and supplements

Multivitamins Reduce Deaths in Study

Two medical experts have published a review of the recent Iowa Women’s multivitamin study data that shows the study actually revealed that multivitamins and a number of single vitamins and minerals reduced mortality rates among the group. The study analyzed the results of...