Judge Orders FDA- Rethink Antibiotics in Animal Feed- Is this Enough?

"We will be rethinking our position on antibiotics in animal feeds," says the FDA

How much power does the FDA have in deciding whether or not it is acceptable for antibiotics to be contained in animal feed?  Apparently quite a lot... This next article reports that a federal court judge has "ordered" (as Reuters puts) the FDA … [Read more...]

New Study Concludes- Obesity Causes Lymphedema of the Legs

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Secondary lymphedema of the legs has always been thought to be caused by either surgery, radiation, cancer or infection. But a new study recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine has shown obesity to be a cause: Lymphedema in … [Read more...]

Vaccine Requirements For School: Exemptions Allowed by Law

Vaccine Requirements For School

by Shelley Tzorfas: Vaccine requirements for school vary from state to state but in all states except two,  there are religious or personal, philosophical or conscientious belief exemptions. By law, public schools must allow for the exemptions but … [Read more...]

Does Saw Palmetto Work to Treat BPH? New Study says NO

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The answer is NO, saw palmetto does not work according to Reuters Health- who reports that the popular herbal remedy used by "more than 1.6 million adults" to ease benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or enlarged prostate is no better than a … [Read more...]

Students say NO to College Vaccinations- Enrollment Down

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10,000 potential students at Austin Community College are saying NO to the required college vaccinations by refusing to enroll at the school, reports NaturalNews. This due to the fact that the students collectively believe that vaccine requirements … [Read more...]

Aspirin Effective for Venous Thromboembolism Treatment- says Italian Study

Venous Thromboembolism Treatment

For years, the standard Venous Thromboembolism Treatment has commonly seen the reliance on a blood thinning drug called warfarin (Coumadin). But a new Italian study  published in the New England Journal of Medicine is showing that replacing … [Read more...]

Omega 3 Fish Oil- Helpful for “tics” caused by Tourette’s Disorder?

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Long before the FDA approved Omega 3 fish oil (Lovaza brand), it was common knowledge amongst the health conscious community that regular doses of high quality marine or fish oil was a great natural way to reduce the fat (triglycerides) in your … [Read more...]

Vaccination Injury kept “Quiet” in Mainstream Media

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Italian courts were recently ordered to pay for vaccine injuries due to the MMR. The French now are ordered to pay for vaccination injury because of the dangerous DPT. The United States already paid 2 billion dollars to 83 families whose children's … [Read more...]

Whooping Cough Vaccines failing in Australia, United States, Canada..

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In sharp opposition to what many authority sites are saying including Wikipedia, here's an article worth checking out about whooping cough vaccines which are "failing" in Australia, United States, … [Read more...]

CDC Autism Statistics 2012: Kids Under 12 Not Counted in Study

"I believe that the truer number of Autism will mimic more closely  1 in 6 children in the United States" say's Tzorfas

The CDC (Center for Disease Control ) has recently announced that 1 in 88 children now have Autism. But according to autism and special needs expert Shelley Tzorfas, the numbers are way off since no one under 12 years old was counted in this study. … [Read more...]