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Soy, cruciferous vegetables associated with fewer common breast cancer treatment side effects

Consuming soy foods and cruciferous vegetables may be associated with a reduction in common side effects of breast cancer treatment in breast cancer survivors, say a team of scientists.


Researchers may have found a link between Alzheimer’s disease and a common class of herbicides

Researchers from France have uncovered what just might be one of the most overlooked causes of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia that most people have probably never even considered: Crop chemicals.


Double the benefit: Exercise outside to get the combined benefits of vitamin D and fitness – research shows they work better together

A new study that was published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism focused on the effects that both exercise and adequate vitamin D intake have on heart health.


Autism, mercury, aluminum and vaccine-induced encephalopathy

The epidemic of chronic disorders among US children, now reported to represent well over 1/3 of fully-vaccinated children in America is likely iatrogenic (ie, physician-caused, prescription drug-induced, vaccine-induced, medical/surgical treatment-caused).


Geoengineered Nucleated Snowstorms: Do They Cause Physical Distresses?

We all know, and medicine confirms, weather can affect how one feels and how the body reacts. However, there’s a new weather pattern with probable non-acknowledged biometerological effects people are experiencing, but still not connecting the dots.


The Importance of Electromagnetic Field Remediation In the Treatment of Chronic Disease

Microwave radiation from cellphones, Wi-Fi routers and similar devices concentrate twentyfold in the womb, meaning whatever the reading is outside the womb, the measurement will be 20 times higher inside the mother


Breast Cancer: Fewer Women Are Getting Chemotherapy Treatment

Quite often, breast cancer patients receive chemotherapy treatment to help kill the abnormal cells. But now, more physicians are opting for other treatment options, according to a new study.


Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News

Industrialized / militarized civilization can only be rationally described as an ongoing train wreck of total insanity. The unfolding disaster is now accelerating exponentially.


Needle in a haystack: Research in mice paves way to teasing out cause and effect between gut microbes and disease

Overcoming a major hurdle in the field of microbiome research, scientists have developed a method to elucidate cause-effect relationships between gut bacteria and disease.


Monsanto Giving Cash to Farmers Who Use Controversial Pesticide

Looks like Monsanto really wants farmers to use XtendiMax. The agribusiness giant is offering a cash incentive to farmers to apply a controversial pesticide linked to 3.1 million acres of crop damage in nearly two dozen heartland states, according to Reuters.

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