Archive for 2009

 

Does the Mistletoe Have Health Benefits?

Posted on December 25th, 2009 by admin  |  8 Comments »

It’s that time of the year again to hang a mistletoe above your doorway. Kissing under a mistletoe dates back to the ancient times of the Druids. Legend has it that when enemies met under a mistletoe in the forest, they have to observe a truce and resume hostilities the following day. Couples, friends and […]

 
 

Can Statin Drugs Work Vs The Swine Flu?

Posted on December 11th, 2009 by admin  |  1 Comment »

It’s amazing (but not in a good way) how the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Big Pharma (big pharmaceutical companies) keep on coming up with ideas on how to fight swine flu. Their latest solution: statin drugs. A large study involving some 2,800 people in 10 states who were confined in hospitals due to […]

 
 

How Antioxidants Can Help You Beat The Flu

Posted on November 27th, 2009 by admin  |  6 Comments »

Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham believe they found a weakness in all flu strains – a weakness which they believe can be exploited by taking antioxidants. Dr. Sadis Matalon, the university’s research director for critical care and perioperative medicine, explains that the flu virus damages your lungs using its “M2 protein,” which […]

 
 

What the Experts are Saying about the Swine Flu Shot

Posted on November 20th, 2009 by admin  |  4 Comments »

More than two weeks have passed since Halloween but the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)’s swine flu scare tactics are showing no signs of slowing down. The CDC’s swine flu ads continue to portray the disease as a full-blown pandemic that could kill millions of Americans if mass vaccination is not implemented. The good news […]

 
 

Stop Feeling SAD During the Holidays

Posted on November 6th, 2009 by admin  |  2 Comments »

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as winter blues or winter depression, affects people who have normal mental health most of the year but get depressed in the cold months or even during the fall. Almost 3 percent of Americans are affected by SAD.  But most people don’t even know that they’re depressed and attribute […]

 
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