Chocolate makers seeking to leverage sales through health-positioned products could find a fresh direction with new research from the UK suggesting cocoa drinks rich in flavanols could help consumers do maths.
In the first of a four-part special series, NutraIngredients.com dips its investigative strawberry into the world of healthy chocolate and finds a relatively embryonic sector still finding its way but buoyed by ever-more cocoa polyphenol science, exciting product innovation and increasing public interest.
A new study, just published on line in the journal Neurotoxicology, found that primates that received just ONE vaccination containing thimerosal, the mercury-preservative found in many vaccines including the new swine flu shot, had significant neurological impairment when compared with those who received a saline solution injection or no injection at all.
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Constitutional attorney Kent Masterson Brown has won an important legal victory on behalf of three plaintiffs — former Congressman Dick Armey, Brian Hall and John Kraus — who sued to keep their Social Security benefits after they withdrew from Medicare Part A, preferring to keep their private healthcare coverage.
It is widely accepted that Americans live in a sea of 80,000 chemicals and that these are stored in our bodies, but the long-term consequences remain unknown.
Acupuncture, biofeedback, herbs, meditation, yoga, massage therapy and other forms of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) are not routinely used by conventional Western medicine. In fact, they are often dismissed as worthless and unproven or attacked as downright quackery. But an increasing number of Americans apparently disagree.
The Alliance for Natural Health-UK has called for an urgent scientific inquiry into the HPV (human papilloma vaccine) being used in the United States.
New York Health Care Employees Won't Be Forced To Get H1N1 Vaccine...For Now
The name Max Gerson doesn't ring a bell with most people. We can thank the dirty tricks of the American Medical Association for that.