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Adequate sleep prevents type 2 diabetes

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A new research has demonstrated that those men who get adequate sleep have more chance of lowering the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. The study conducted by the researchers of Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) has tied sleep to the body’s use of insulin. The findings prove that enough sleep can improve the body’s use of insulin, a hormone that regulates blood sugar... 

Osteoporosis medicine prevents growth of breast cancer cell

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A new research has demonstrated that drug bazedoxifene packs can cut the growth of breast cancer cells, even in resistant tumors. The findings show that medicines prescribed for osteoporosis cut growth both in estrogen-dependent breast cancer cells and in cells that had developed resistance to current targeted therapies, according to a Duke Cancer Institute study. “We found bazedoxifene binds... 

Prozac Found to Make Fish Homicidal/Suicidal In Even Trace Amounts

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Studies have shown that Prozac, even in trace amounts, comparable to the current amount of Prozac leaked into fish ecosystems, causes fish to literally commit suicide, or even attack other fish viciously. This same reaction is encountered in humans on a regular basis, and is commonplace among mass murders. A research group at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has found that exposure to Prozac... 

Monsanto Video Revolt: Global anti-GMO online rally launches

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The March Against Monsanto, Washington DC. A new initiative to bypass the corporate media blackout on GMO foods and bring the issue to world attention has been launched. Monsanto Video Revolt is to hit the net in the upcoming weeks, editor of Naturalsociety.com Anthony Gucciardi tells RT. Anyone can become a part of the Monsanto Video Revolt announced by the Global Healing Center, Natural News and... 

Breastfeeding improves babies' brain growth

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A new study conducted by researchers from Brown University has demonstrated that breastfeeding plays significant role in brain development in infants. The research team analyzed the brain growth in a sample group of children by specialized, baby-friendly magnetic resonance imaging quiet MRI when they were asleep, according to paper published in the journal NeuroImage. They observed 133 babies ranging... 

Monsanto secures victory over organic farmers

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An appeals court ruling handed down Monday is being largely viewed as yet another victory for biotech giant Monsanto. The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled this week that an earlier ruling favoring Monsanto would stay intact, despite mounting concerns voiced by farmers and agriculturists bothered by the biotech company’s reputation for litigation. The plaintiffs in the case — dozens... 

Monsanto: Contamination by all means necessary

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What happens when you allow commercial interests free rein over a nation state’s food and agricultural policies? Consumers and farmers end up paying the price. Take the current predicament of wheat contamination in the US. Genetically engineered (GE) wheat is not approved to be grown for commercial use in the US or anywhere else in the world. Yet the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced... 

High doses of common painkillers may raise heart risk

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A new study has suggested that consuming high doses of two common painkillers ibuprofen and diclofenac can increase the risk of heart problems. Those people who take high doses of common painkillers known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen and diclofenac for a long time are in higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, study clarifies. A team of researchers... 

Monsanto's deception game on GMO in Europe

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On May 31 world media headlines read “Monsanto backing away from GMO crops in Europe.” But before the world opens the champagne to celebrate the death of GMO, it is worthwhile to look more closely at what was officially said and what not. The original source for the story is attributed to a German left daily, TAZ which printed excerpts from an interview with an official spokeswoman of Monsanto... 

Monsanto can't explain how GMO wheat survived

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Monsanto claims it has no idea how its herbicide-resistant strain of wheat made its way onto an Oregon field. The global biotech giant based in Missouri says it abandoned research on it in 2004 and is mystified by its emergence nearly a decade later. Monsanto tested the GMO varieties in 17 US states between 1998 and 2004. Although it also tested the GM wheat in Oregon, the company claims it destroyed... 

Smoking ban comes into effect in Russia

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A law banning smoking in certain public places, including airports, railway stations and bus stops, comes into force on June 1 in Russia – the country where up to 40 % of the adult population regularly light up. From now on, smoking is officially outlawed in public transport, schools, unis, healthcare and sports facilities, state administration premises as well as in lifts and in stairways of apartment... 

Gene therapy used in mice protect from influenza virus

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Gene therapy protected mice influenza virus pandemic… A dose of adeno-associated virus, which acts as an activator of the antibody that neutralizes the influenza pandemic strains in the nostrils of mice and ferrets (rodents), protected them from the flu. A study by specialists at the University of Pennsylvania, in the United States (U.S.) revealed on Wednesday that a genes-related therapy protected... 

Study ties work stress to cardiovascular health risks

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A new study conducted by the Spanish researchers has demonstrated that being under stress at work can significantly increase cardiovascular health risks. The study claims that the situation appears due to high blood fat levels, according to the study published in the ‘Scandinavian Journal of Public Health’. The researchers suggest this abnormality in blood fat levels is related to dyslipidemia,... 

Japanese discovery of Monsanto GMO wheat threatens US exports

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The discovery of a Monsanto-created, genetically modified strain of wheat in the US that was never approved by the United States Department of Agriculture has imperiled US exports of a staple world food commodity. Japanese authorities have already opted to cancel part of a tender offer to buy US western white wheat and have suspended imports of both that variety and feed wheat, Reuters reported on... 

Global march challenges Monsanto's dominance

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Hundreds of demonstrators across Japan took to the streets to protest against Monsanto. Thousands of activists around the world are rallying against Monsanto, the biotechnology giant accused of genetically engineering agriculture and food while turning a blind eye to their potentially deadly health ramifications. Organized by the ‘March Against Monsanto’ movement, about 200,000 are expected... 
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