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Philip Stein Watches: The Effects of Electromagnetic Fields

18th May 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Peter Wiggin The use of electric devices is an inescapable fact in modern society. During the course of the day, we are surrounded by electro-magnetic fields given off by devices like microwaves, telephone wires, radios, computers, t... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

The new cancer prevention 16

10th March 2009
Published by the World Health Organization anti-cancer elements, the original 10 are now increased to 16. We are speaking today, said the new 16.First. Do not eat moldy food and related products. Peanut, soybean, rice, flour mold may produce aflatoxin, wh... Read >
Author: skywind

Ionic Detoxification Foot Soak Machine,

08th January 2009
Heavy Metal Detox And Natural In any of these methods, the emphasis is on fruits and vegetables which ought to compose a majority of your food intake. Fruits and vegetables contain high amounts of antioxidants,substances found only in plants that can h... Read >
Author: Lori

New Safe Detox for Amalgam Fillings

30th May 2008
Mercury is the most toxic, non-radioactive element on the earth. Most medical and scientific researchers have called for a ban on the use of mercury in all products. However, the potential harmful effects of mercury fillings have been ignored by the U.S. ... Read >
Author: Perry A~

Being Able To Detect Mental Illnesses

01st April 2008
Mental illnesses are biological brain disorders that many people suffer from, through no fault of their own. They cannot be wished away or combated through will power. While there are very real stigmas associated with these illnesses, the best way to get ... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

SMS Texting Addiction: When Texting Never Stops

11th February 2008
With the proliferation and widespread adoption of SMS technology comes problems unheard of before. One such problem is texting addiction. It was reported that a Scandinavian therapy center, has treated around 60 addicts since 1998 and this number should h... Read >
Author: teodolfo clearsms

Soften Your Hardened Arteries with Chelation

18th January 2008
Over half of all deaths worldwide are caused by some form of cardiovascular illness. The World Health Organization reports that as many as 12 million people a year die of heart disease, making it the number one killer in the world today. Cardiovascular... Read >
Author: vincent platania

Cold Sore Cures - The Latest News About Curing Cold Sores

17th January 2008
Who can you believe these days? Some medical authorities claim there is no such thing as a cold sore cure. Other, just as credible experts, claim cold sore cures are very real today. Who is telling the truth? THEY ARE BOTH RIGHT. The confusion ... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Questionnaire on Glyconutrition to Take to Your Doctor:

06th October 2006
Questionnaire to Take to Your Doctor: Questions to Ask Your Doctor about Chronic & Autoimmune Diseases by Dr. Robert Gamble Cardio-Vascular and Thoracic Surgeon (retired) Medical Researcher 1. Is my disease condition a "chronic" disease? Answer: If... Read >
Author: Dr Robert Gamble

"I Have Cancer? But I Feel so Good" (Part 2 of 2)

18th June 2006
What does the world's major health organization say about health? According to the World Health Organization, health has little to do with how you feel and a lot to do with "the state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely ... Read >
Author: Dr. Leslie Van Romer

COLD SORES - A PANDEMIC?

11th November 2005
Copyright 2005 drbodoh Cold sores virus infects an incredible 89% of the world population, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) estimates. YES - and 67% of those infected with the cold sores virus will have at least one cold sore event in the next... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

All the Health Risks of Processed Foods -- In Just a Few Quick, Convenient Bites

28th October 2005
Every day, 7 percent of the U.S. population visits a McDonald's, and 20-25 percent eat fast food of some kind, says Steven Gortmaker, professor of society, human development, and health at the Harvard School of Public Health. As for children, 30 percent b... Read >
Author: Brian Vaszily
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