Tuesday, March 31, 2009 by: Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
(NaturalNews) What do you get when you combine cholesterol medication, three different blood pressure drugs and aspirin into a single pharmaceutical pill? If you believe the drug company that funded its own study on this chemical cocktail, you get a wonder drug that has all the "benefits" of five different drugs with no more side effects than a single drug!
Thu Aug 1, 2002
By Merritt McKinney
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Many scientists have suspected the body tries to prevent weight gain by heating up the calorie-burning furnace when we eat too much, but proving this hunch has been difficult. Now, a new study in mice provides the first proof that this weight-control mechanism, known as diet-induced thermogenesis, does exist.
The research does not prove that the same phenomenon exists in people.
Fast Facts and Trivia
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cypress trees, and lily pad prairies providing sanctuaries for hundreds of
species of birds and wildlife including several endangered species.
- Cumberland Island National Seashore contains the ruins of Dungeness, the once magnificent Carnegie estate. In addition, wild horses graze among wind swept dunes.