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Silicon, Fibre, and Atherosclerosis KLAUS SCHWARZ

Laboratory of Experimental Metabolic Diseases,
Veterans Administration Hospital, Long Beach, California, U.S.A.

and

Department of Biological Chemistry, School of Medicine,
University of California, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Harvard Medical School Professors are Paid Big Bucks by Big Pharma to Push Meds

Originally published May 7 2009

by David Gutierrez, staff writer

(NaturalNews) Pressure is building on Harvard Medical School to better regulate the massive gifts and consulting fees that faculty members regularly receive from drug companies, with increasing attention being drawn to the great potential for conflict of interest in such relationships.

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Sexual Functioning in Men can be Fully Restored Naturally

by Barbara Minton, Natural Health Editor

(NaturalNews) Men who have taken the time to get their hormone levels in balance never have to consider popping a Viagra. Even men who still produce plenty of testosterone can find themselves in need of hormone balancing when things start to go wrong in the bedroom. This is because processes are at work preventing testosterone from doing the work it was meant to do. When these processes are corrected, most men can again perform as they did in their primes.

Natural Products Association Issues Disinfo Announcement over Dietary Supplements and Swine Flu (op)

Wednesday, May 06, 2009 by: Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor

(NaturalNews) The natural products industry leaders are engaged in a clever "disinfo" campaign to brainwash people into thinking that herbs and nutritional products are useless for defending against swine flu. Today, the Natural Products Association (NPA), Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) and the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) took part in issuing a joint warning against any "natural" remedies that are being promoted as ways to prevent or treat H1N1 influenza.

Natural Products Association Issues Disinfo Announcement over Dietary Supplements and Swine Flu

Wednesday, May 06, 2009 by: Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor

(NaturalNews) The natural products industry leaders are engaged in a clever "disinfo" campaign to brainwash people into thinking that herbs and nutritional products are useless for defending against swine flu. Today, the Natural Products Association (NPA), Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) and the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) took part in issuing a joint warning against any "natural" remedies that are being promoted as ways to prevent or treat H1N1 influenza.

China cigarette order up in smoke

The authorities in Gong'an county had told civil servants and teachers to smoke 230,000 packs of the locally-made Hubei brand each year.

Those who did not smoke enough or used brands from other provinces or overseas faced being fined or even fired.

But the government has now backtracked from the policy, after a report in a local newspaper generated criticism.

U-turn

A million people die from smoking-related diseases in China every year, but the local authorities were initially undeterred by the health risks.

Folic acid may ease asthma symptoms: Study

By Stephen Daniells, 04-May-2009

Higher levels of folate may reduce the risk of having asthma by 16 per cent, suggests new research from the US.

Researchers from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center report for the first time in humans a link between blood levels of folate, with the findings published online ahead of print in the Journal of Allergy & Clinical Immunology.

Stories China's media could not write

Sunday, 6 January 2008

By Michael Bristow
BBC News, Beijing

When journalists at China's national broadcaster CCTV log on, one of the first things that pops up on screen is a notice about what not to report.

These notices are often short and seldom say who has authorised them, but they all contain strict instructions about how to report a story.

Journalists were recently warned off a health scandal, told how to report the death of Benazir Bhutto and had to steer clear of a Hollywood film story.

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Anti-fructose science may be swaying public opinion

By Stephen Daniells, 22-Apr-2009

Consuming beverages sweetened with fructose leads to weight gain and a build up of abdominal fat, and impairs insulin sensitivity, says a new study.

Overweight and obese individuals consuming fructose-sweetened beverages also showed signs of increased levels of lipids in the blood (dyslipidemia), according to findings published this week in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

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