Most people who live in developed nations like the United States assume they get plenty of the necessary vitamins and minerals as part of their normal diets, and that they do not need to take vitamin supplements.
The FDA published an article in "Journal Watch" on June 3, 2011 is full of information that is presumptive and incorrect and they have to know it.
Canadian researchers find a simple cure for cancer, but major pharmaceutical companies are not interested.
Here's a concept that most parents will find a little hard to believe: new research shows that it's possible kids can be too clean.
Cataracts are common occurrences among aging humans and often their pets.
Picture a peaceful, Amish farmer, selling one of nature’s super foods — fresh, raw milk.
Licorice has a rich and ancient history of use as a medicine, being rooted in Indian, Chinese, Greek and Egyptian traditions, alike.
Would you knowingly eat ground beef which contained scrap meat items such as muscle connective tissue which had been sprayed with ammonium hydroxide?
It is a common myth today that the vaccines administered to children no longer contain the toxic additive thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative linked to causing permanent neurological damage.