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8 Weeks to Vibrant Health Coaching

You deserve a life of health and abundance! What if, in just 8 weeks, you could: 1. Stop PMS, hot flashes, mood swings and hormone-related irritability, and regain hormone balance? 2. Start on a weight control program that really works because it’s not just about “eat less and exercise...

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Is it Drugs, Not Guns, That Causes Violence?

A common thread amongst the most horrific school shootings of the past 25 years is that the majority of the shooters were taking a psychiatric medication. With the media fixated on guns and violent video games, Connecticut's chief medical examiner says he's seeking genetic clues to help explain why...

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FDA Takes Action Against Ambien Dosages for Women

FDA is requiring that dose of Ambien for women be cut in half due to prolonged action, making its users  accident-prone the next day! I've written about this for years, both that women require lower doses of medications, and that there are safer, natural products to help you sleep, drug-free. For...

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Methylfolate for Depression

Here is a mainstream study advocating the use of a special form of the B vitamin, folic acid. How does it work? To make neurotransmitters, we need methyl groups. If we don’t make methyl groups due to a genetic variation (could be as high as 30% of the population),...

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French study finds tumors in rats fed GM corn

The first animal feeding trial studying the lifetime effects of exposure to Roundup tolerant GM maize, and Roundup, the world's best-selling weedkiller, shows that levels currently considered safe can cause tumors and multiple organ damage and lead to premature death in laboratory rats, according to research published online today...

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Higher Death Risk With Sleeping Pills

People are relying on sleeping pills more than ever to get a good night’s rest, but a new study by Scripps Clinic researchers links the medications to a 4.6 times higher risk of death and a significant increase in cancer cases among regular pill users. The results, published February...

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