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New study links autism to pesticide exposure

Pesticide autism

Exposure to several common agricultural pesticides during pregnancy increases the risk of developmental delays and autism in children by two-thirds, a new study found. While researchers did not say pesticides cause autism, a direct link is plausible. Researchers at the University of California, Davis’ MIND Institute tracked associations with specific ...

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Bras make breasts “saggier”, 15-year French study reveals

Bra breast woman

Women who took off their bras for good experienced a 7mm lift in their nipples each year they didn’t wear a bra. Researchers also found that bra-less women developed firmer breasts and saw their stretch marks fade. Women have long been told that a good bra can help support the ...

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Study: Chemotherapy actually increases cancer growth

chemotherapy for cancer

The cancer treatment scam that is chemotherapy has once again been shown in the scientific literature to be a major cause of, rather than a cure for, cancer. According to a new study recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature, chemotherapy not only promotes the growth and spread of cancer cells by damaging ...

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New Study: Infants receiving the most vaccines are the most likely to be hospitalized and die

Baby vaccine

A new study, published in Human and Experimental Toxicology, a peer-reviewed journal indexed by the National Library of Medicine, analyzed more than 38,000 reports of infant hospitalizations and deaths following vaccinations.[1] Researchers found statistically significant correlations between the number of vaccine doses administered to infants and infant hospitalization and mortality rates: babies ...

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Citrus fruit and green tea combination amplifies cancer protection

Citrus green tea

A study carried out in Japan has once again shown the cancer-fighting properties of citrus fruit.  The study found that those who were eating the fruit had significantly lower risk of getting a number of cancers, but this was also true of green tea consumers. Interestingly and more importantly, daily citrus ...

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Amazing Medical Discovery: Transfusions of young blood appears to rejuvenate the elderly

Blood transfusion bags

Human history-altering newsflash: Scientists have demonstrated that injections of youthful blood carry semi-magical, rejuvenating qualities–at least for gray-whiskered mice. The researchers believe that the same might hold true for humans, suggesting that diseases like Alzheimer’s and indeed aging itself might be prevented through the transfusion of the youth’s vigorous lifeblood. ...

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Agricultural giant Cargill and others behind anti-organic ‘Stanford Study’

Cargill study

Anti-organic “study” is not news, rather, coordinated propaganda campaign. Harry Wallop of the London Telegraph ends his anti-organic food editorial with the following sentence: “Tomorrow, the baby is going to get an extra dollop of pesticide-sprayed carrots.” Whether or not Wallop is as brain-addled as he leads on to being, the point ...

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