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Free to Eat Whatever You Want
Health & Wellness  (tags: Health, Health Policy, Food Safety, European Union, EU, artificial dyes, hormones, arsenic, pesticides, US )

Brian
- 44 days ago - truth-out.org
"Europeans don't find many -- if any -- artificial dyes in their food. They can also rest assured that their cows aren't shot up with artificial growth hormones. The EU also banned the use of an arsenic-laden drug in chickens long before the US..."
Please Sign: FDA Make Sure Women Are Included in Clinical Trials
Health & Wellness  (tags: Women representation in clinical trials, FDA, Drugs, Medical Devices, health, drug reactions, hormones, genetic differences between sexes, health research, women excluded, safetyrisks )

Susan
- 57 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Results of health studies on men don't necessarily tell us how drugs and medical devices will help or harm women. But for years women have been, essentially, left out these clinical trials - and it is harming them!
I Ate My Placenta And It Was Great!
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, women, birth, baby, placenta, nutrients, hormones, AlternativeMed )

Nancy
- 372 days ago - inhabitots.com
Sounds crazy I know, but I was attracted to this article due to the memory of my daughter's birth. I had told the nurses to roll that placenta over to me so I could see it. I was amazed at it's depth and strength...NancyC
Scientists Find a Mass of Synthetic Chemicals in Every Glass of Milk
Health & Wellness  (tags: cancer, chemicals, dairy, food, health, hormones, milk, pesticides, pharmaceuticals )

Julie
- 1092 days ago - naturalnews.com
According to a recent study, scientists have found through analysis that one single glass of milk can contain up to 20 different kinds of painkillers, antibiotics and growth hormones.
Male Fertility Is Controlled in the Bones
Health & Wellness  (tags: Fertility, Male, Health, Bones, Science, Hormones, Reproduction )

Anna
- 1253 days ago - breakingnewsonline.net
Osteocalcin, as they named it so, is declared as the hormone that typically controls fertility in male mice. The hormone is supposed to be released by the bones and is hence, the first ever instance of skeleton playing its role in reproduction.
Public Protests Expand as GMOs and Biotech Wreak Havoc on Food Supply
Health & Wellness  (tags: hormones, antibiotics, GMO, pesticides, diet, food, family, health, illness, nutrition, safety, science )

Julie
- 1484 days ago - vitalitymagazine.com
The main source of food borne disease during the last 50 years traces to the misuse and abuse of the following five materials in food production: hormones, antibiotics, rendered slaughterhouse wastes, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), and pesticides.
So What Does the Inside of a Factory Farm Look Like Anyway? (SlideShow)
Health & Wellness  (tags: business, Factory farms, Meat production, Poultry, Antibiotics, hormones, Go veg )

Suri
- 1906 days ago - treehugger.com
All photos in this slideshow were provided by Farm Sanctuary ...At chicken hatcheries, chicks enter the factory farming world packed into huge drawers.
Stop the Killer Horse Hormones
Health & Wellness  (tags: estrogen replacement, Premarin, Wyeth, big pharma, horse slaughter, hormones, FDA, bought off, Estriol, health, healthcare, humans, illness, medicine, risks, safety, women, treatment, science, government, drugs, Body-Mind-Spirit )

Rebecca
- 2172 days ago - secure.downsizedc.org
The FDA has "outlawed" the use of Estriol, an estrogen medication that's bio-identical to human estrogen. Big pharma company, Wyeth, who makes horse-based estrogen bought them off and kills the horses besides! Protest NOW for your health rights!!
NIH Steps Up Warning About Polycarbonate Safety
Health & Wellness  (tags: polycarbonate, plastics, bottles, bisphenol, hormones )

Social
- 2293 days ago - thedailygreen.com
The National Toxicology Program, an arm of the federal National Institutes of Health, has amplified concern about Bisphenol A, the plastic ingredient that some independent scientists have long criticized. What does that mean?
Anticipating A Laugh?? Reduce Your Stress Hormones!
Health & Wellness  (tags: USA, California, Lorma Linda, stress studies, reduce stress, hormones, beta-endorphins, depression relief, human growth hormone, immunity, humor, laughing, comedy, funny, laughter, children, adults )

K. A.
- 2299 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Two hormones - beta-endorphins (the family of chemicals that alleviates depression) and human growth hormone (HGH; which helps with immunity) - increased by 27 and 87% respectively when volunteers anticipated watching a humorous video.
Is Your Water Bottle Safe?
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, water, glass or bottles, bisphenol A, hormones, safety, prevention )

Donna
- 2299 days ago - nbc10.com
In a few weeks, the government will release a large-scale study about certain plastic bottles after animal tests showed that Bisphenol A affects hormones. Until then, some say they will switch over to good old-fashioned glass.
A Fake Group Fights for Monsanto's Right to Deceive You
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, humans, ethics, food, artificial, growth, hormones, hormones in food, drugs, news, milk, dairy, cows, cows milk, FDA )

Lisa
- 2307 days ago - enn.com
The American Farmers for the Advancement and Conservation of Technology, or Afact, calls itself a "grass-roots organization" that came together to defend their right to use the artificial growth hormone recombinant bovine somatotropin, also known as rBST.
Belly Fat Is Linked to Dementia Risk
Health & Wellness  (tags: USA, Kaiser Permanente in California, Neurology magazine, hormones, fat, belly fat, diet, exercise, dementia, Alzheimer's )

K. A.
- 2314 days ago - health.usnews.com
Neurology magazine suggests that having a larger belly in middle age may increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
Study of Hormone Therapy Shows Some Risks Persist
Health & Wellness  (tags: hormones, therapy, risks )

Elisabett
- 2335 days ago - reuters.com
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A follow-up analysis of women taking hormone replacement therapy found that their heightened risk of breast cancer persisted even after they stopped taking the drug combination, researchers said on Tuesday. The Women's Health Initia
Follow-Up Hormone Study Finds Cancer Risks
Health & Wellness  (tags: hormones, health, research, women, warning, cancer, AlternativeMed, heart, safety, risks )

Dr Kathi
- 2335 days ago - cbsnews.com
Is it worth the risk? After menopause, taking hormones reduces risk for heart disease, but RAISES risk of CANCER. Participants that stop taking hormones have 24% more chance of getting ANY kind of Cancer.
 

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