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    • Benefits of Raw Apple Cider Vinegarby Dr. Edward Group III Ages: 14+Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar is made from nutritious, organically grown apples and retains many beneficial components because raw apple cider vinegar is not pasteurized. ACV undergoes two fermentation processes where it produces enzymes and life giving nutrients that make apple cider vinegar the powerhouse it is.Subjects: resource, enzymes, nutritious, heartburn, Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, skin conditions, pets, fleas, toxins,

    • What Your Doctor Didn’t Tell You About GERD Ages: 18+When the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), which separates your stomach from your esophagus, relaxes inappropriately, stomach acid "refluxes," or comes back up, into your esophagus. Unprotected from the acid, the fragile esophageal tissue burns and ruptures. Most people feel this as heartburn, without realizing that there is actual, lasting damage being done.Location: Austin, TX

    • Enhance Your Exercise Routine with One Tasty Veggie Ages: 18+Consider that beets 'live' in the dirt, a place full of microbes which love a free meal. This means that nature has equipped the plant with natural defenses. No wonder that beet has been found to fight off the following infectious organisms: Beet pectin has been found to inhibit the synthesis of types A and B staphylococcal enterotoxins...Subjects: resource, heart health, super food, garlic healing, nutrient-dense, dilating nitrate, Muscle Fatigue, Cardiovascular Disease, liver damage, cancer, radiation exposure

    • International Coalition for Drug Awarenessby Dr. Ann Blake Tracy Ages: 18+Currently we are asking that anyone medicated while in the foster care system in the state of Iowa please contact us immediately here. The largest group of people forcibly medicated in America are the most vulnerable - foster children.Subjects: antidepressants, withdrawal, medical, help, Prozac, Zoloft, foster care, violence, suicide, risk

    • Dihydrogen Monoxide FAQby Tom Way Ages: 18+For the most part, the press has not reported on the dangers of Dihydrogen Monoxide as much as some would like. Although many private individuals have put up web sites in a major grassroots effort to spread the word, major publications have not.Subjects: water, humor, DHMO, Hydrogen Hydroxide, Dihydrogen Monoxide

    • Drug War Factsby Douglas A. McVay Ages: 18+Our mission is to offer useful facts, cited from authoritative sources, to a debate that is often characterized by myths, error, emotion and dissembling. We believe that in time an informed society will correct its errors and generate wiser policies. Subjects: drug policy, book, drug war, facts, government, public health, criminal justice, myths

    • Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centersby B. Grohsman Ages: 18+Addiction is a life-shattering illness. It rips families apart and destroys lives. It is historically defined as a physical and/or psychological dependency on a mood-altering chemical (e.g. alcohol, heroin, prescription drugs, etc.) or behavior (sex addiction, gambling addiction, internet addiction), although it can also be viewed as a continued involvement with a substance or activity despite the negative consequences associated with it.Subjects: resource, rehab, addiction, assessment, drugs, alcoholism, symptoms, drinking, addictive disease, residential, health care, substance abuse, sobriety, hope, dual diagnosis

    • Gestational Diabetes: The Emperor Has No Clothesby Henci Goer Ages: 18+An entire medical industry has grown up around diagnosing and treating gestational diabetes (GD) in the belief that doing so prevents perinatal deaths, congenital anomalies, neonatal complications, and excessive cesarean rates. However, diagnosis...Subjects: diabetes, health, treatment, diagnosis, risks

    • Lack of Sleep America's Top Health Problemby CNN Ages: 18+Sleep apnea, narcolepsy, insomnia: these are just a few of the recognized disorders that keep their afflicted from getting enough sleep. Nearly half of all Americans have difficulty sleeping. Subjects: sleep, apnea, narcolepsy, insomnia

    • Linking Patients to Medical Researchby ClinicalTrials Ages: 18+Searchable database which provides patients, family members and the public with infomation about current ongoing clinical research studies. ClinicalTrials is a registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States...Subjects: health, clinical trials, studies, advice, register, learning

    • Mistrust of Doctors Widespread Across the USAby USA Today Ages: 16+Despite increasing attention to regulations aimed at protecting human subjects, many people still said they worried about being subjected to an experiment without their consent. The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, revealed that...Subjects: doctors, health, study, survey, fear, guinea pig, trust

    • The History of Health 540-1945by Val Valerian Ages: 18+Schools and universities don't teach us the history of the things which really affect our lives, such as health. So I have put this together as a research tool.Subjects: history, health, disease, mental health

    • What is Apple Cider Vinegar? Ages: 18+Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is an effective natural bacteria-fighting agent that contains many vital minerals and trace elements such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, chlorine, sodium, sulfur, copper, iron, silicon and fluorine that are vital for a healthy body. Subjects: resource, apple cider vinegar, fermentation, over-heating, acidity, fight allergies, sinus infections

    • Free Medical Clinics - All over USA Ages: 18+We are adding new free Medical clinics and Free Dental Clinics regularly. Please do visit us regularly for updated information on the free clinics in your areas. Subjects: resource, health care, free, medical, clinic, nationwide, low income, treatment

    • Guidelines for Using Essential Oils and Herbsby Kathi Keville,  Mindy Green  Ages: 18+Because essential oils are concentrated, highly potent substances, a working knowledge of how to use them safely is vital to the success of your efforts. Don't use undiluted essential oils on the skin. They can cause burning, skin irritation and ...Subjects: treatment, essential oils, herbs, sensitivities, citrus oils, diluted

    • The Death Clock Ages: 18+How long will you live? The internet's friendly reminder that life is slipping away... second by second. Like the hourglass of the Net, the Death Clock will remind you just how short life is.Subjects: death clock, obituaries, will, testament, prayer, mortuary

    • U.S. Food and Drug Administration Ages: 18+The FDA is responsible for protecting the public health by assuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, medical devices, our nation's food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.Subjects: FDA, emergency, medical, government, drugLocation: Nationwide

    • Watch What You Touch: A Bad Germ Gets Worseby JoNel Aleccia Ages: 18+In January 2005, weeks after giving birth to her daughter, the Ohio mother of two knew only that she was in pain, suffering cramping so severe she felt like she was still in labor. Then came the diarrhea, uncontrollable bouts up to 50 times a day...Subjects: germs, sick, intestinal, hospital, diarrhea, bacterial infection

    • Dihydrogen Monoxide Research Divisionby Tom Way  Ages: 14+The controversy surrounding dihydrogen monoxide has never been more widely debated, and the goal of this site is to provide an unbiased data clearinghouse and a forum for public discussion.Subjects: DHMO, Dihydrogen Monoxide, research, H2O, environment, conspiracy

    • Moms Battle Genetic Engineeringby Kristen Philipkoski Ages: 18+A group of New Zealand mothers led by a former pop star have launched a provocative billboard campaign to protest their government's decision to allow agricultural genetic engineering. The billboard ads feature a four-breasted woman attached to a milking machine.Subjects: MAdGE, GMO, cow milk, women, ethical, debate

    • SeaAloe Whole Food Supplementby Reliable Answers Ages: 18+SeaAloe has a main ingredient of Aloe Vera, which is a known anti-oxidant and has a soothing effect on the gastro-intestinal tract. Not to mention the fact that it tastes good, which is my biggest complaint with most whole food supplements...Subjects: sea aloe, xango, supplements, nutrition, mangosteen fruit

    • Why Choose a D.O. Instead of an M.D?by Eric J. Dolgin, D.O. Ages: 18+To understand why approximately 25,000,000 Americans prefer osteopathic physicians (DOs) over allopathic physicians (MDs), it is important to look at the similarities between the two, and then the differences. The time spent in medical school and residency programs is virtually identical for DOs and MDs. DOs spend four years in medical school, followed by a year-long rotating internship in osteopathic hospitals.Subjects: article, allopathic, health, osteopathic, physicians, disease, patients, history, state licensing exam, Hippocrates, symptom, musculoskeletal system

    • National Library of Medicine - National Institutes of Health Ages: 18+The National Library of Medicine (NLM), on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, is the world's largest medical library. The Library collects materials and provides information and research services...Subjects: health, diabetes, cancer, colonoscopy, library, research

    • Scientists condemn new gene techniqueby Antony Barnett and Robin Mckie Ages: 18+Researchers have developed a technique to speed evolution by inserting human cancer-causing genes into animals and plants. Hundreds of mutant breeds - which would normally take nature millennia to produce - could be developed in months by the method...Subjects: health, cancer, genes, researchers, animals, plants

    • Worst Pills, Best Pillsby Public Citizen's Health Research Group Ages: 18+Public Citizen is a non-profit organization. To ensure our independence, we take no corporate or government contributions and we accept no advertising. Prescription drug information for health care consumers. Our doctors and pharmacists analyze the FDA's own data so you get the second opinion you need...Subjects: resource, safer drug use, newsletter, health, pills, drug news, disorders, drug interactions, Adverse Drug Reactions, Antidepressants and Dementia, Drug warnings

    • Big Pharma Tactics on Electro Med Chris Gupta Ages: 18+Big pharma can't stand the idea that engineers have figured out how to kill viruses, bacteria, and biological warfare agents electronically. We're looking, here, at ultra-cheap ways to deal with problems big pharma has only offered ultra-expensive, ultra-profitable, ways to solve. Electricity can do, at a mini-fraction of the cost, what any pharmaceutical can do.Subjects: electricity, health, medicine, cancer, pharmaceuticals, acupuncture, bacteria, viruses, drug treatment, disease

    • Has The Cause of Crib Death (SIDS) Been Found?by Jane Sheppard Ages: 18+Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), also known as crib death or cot death, is the number one cause of death for infants from one month to one year of age. 90% of all SIDS deaths are in babies under six months old. Ongoing SIDS research...Subjects: toxic gases, baby, crib, mattress, SIDS, infant, death

    • Mammograms Don't Save Livesby Dr. Mercola Ages: 18+Adding an annual mammogram to a careful physical examination of the breasts does not improve breast cancer survival rates over getting the examination alone, new research reports. This finding is particularly important since annual mammograms...Subjects: health, mammograms, physical, breasts, cancer, tumors

    • Morbidity & Mortality Rounds on the Web - Q&Aby Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Ages: 18+Includes actual cases of medical errors, with expert commentaries on ways to recognize the underlying issues. AHRQ WebM&M is the online journal and forum on patient safety and health care quality.Subjects: health, medicine, surgery, anesthesia, answers, behaviors

    • Scientists Condemn New Gene Techniqueby Guardian.Co.Uk Ages: 18+Researchers have developed a technique to speed evolution by inserting human cancer-causing genes into animals and plants. Hundreds of mutant breeds - which would normally take nature millennia to produce...Subjects: Health, cancer, genes, millenia, organisms, DNA

    • Soldier cannot sue government for LSD experiments - U.S. v. Stanley, 479 U.S. 1005 (1986)by Edward P. Richards Ages: 18+On December 10, 1975, the Army sent Stanley a letter soliciting his cooperation in a study of the long-term effects of LSD on "volunteers who participated" in the 1958 tests. This was the Government's first notification to Stanley...Subjects: health, medical research, experiments, tests, LSD

    • The History of the "Business with Disease"by The Dr. Rath Health Foundation Ages: 18+One hundred percent of all explosives and of all synthetic gasoline came from the factories of IG Farben. The U.S. government's investigation of all the factors leading to the Second World War in 1946 came to the conclusion that without IG Farben...Subjects: health, history, business, disease, experiments, books, videos

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