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400 shades of lipstick found to contain lead, FDA says

A recent federal analysis showing that 400 shades of popular lipstick contained trace amounts of lead has exacerbated an ongoing dispute between regulators and consumer activists over how much lead is safe in cosmetics.

CDC researchers say mothers should stop breastfeeding to boost 'efficacy' of vaccines

Remember when it was considered crazy talk to suggest that mainstream medicine viewed humanity as being born lacking in pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines, as if these synthetic inputs are necessary miracle nutrients for proper human development?

Study: Nearly all women with breast cancer have parabens in their breast tissue

They are added to everything from shampoos and deodorants to processed foods and pharmaceutical drugs in order to inexpensively extend shelf life and improve product stability.

Chemical found in deodorants, face cream and food products is discovered in tumours of ALL breast cancer patients

Parabens are a chemical compound found in everyday toiletry products

Here's a vital health warning that every first-time parent must see

If you’re pregnant for the fist time, or if friends or someone in your family are about to embark on parenthood, here’s a phrase you have to know before the baby arrives…

Menopausal women do not absorb enough vitamin D

A number of tests carried out by researchers at the Carlos III Institute of Health in Spain has revealed that post-menopausal women may not get enough vitamin D in their diets, which can contribute to a range of dangerous health problems, including abdominal obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease, as well as a number of cancers.

Walnuts may help lower breast cancer risk

A new study conducted by a team of researchers at Marshall University, and recently published in the journal Nutrition and Cancer, has revealed that just modest, daily amounts of walnuts are sufficient to significantly lower the risk of breast cancer in mice.