- Tony Isaacs Has A New Forum6 y
- Natural Health, Cancer, Longevity and Home Remedies
- Naked Anorexia Billboard6 y
With piercing eyes and jutting shoulder
bones, an emaciated, naked young woman stares down from a billboard just erected
in the center of Milan, Italy. The woman, a French actress, says she’s been
anorexic for 15 years and weighs a startling 64 pounds. She’s posing naked for
Italian fashion label NOLITA to help raise awareness about the deadly eating
disorder during the city’s world-famous Fashion Week.
Shock anorexia billboard annoys fashion
Wednesday September 26, 200 ... read more
- Stopping Traffic!
- More Children Being Treated For Bi-Polar Disorder6 y
The number of American children and adolescents treated for bipolar disorder increased 40-fold from 1994 to 2003, researchers are to report on Tuesday, in the most comprehensive study to look at the controversial diagnosis. And experts say the numbers have almost certainly risen further in the years since.
Most experts believe the jump reflects the fact that doctors are more aggressively applying the diagnosis to children, not that the number of new cases has gone up. But the magnitude of the increase is surprising to many experts, who say it is likely to intensify a deb ... read more
- September 3, 2007
by Benedict Carey
- I'm going to get your goat6 y
Each day, I receive hundreds of EMAIL inquiries, and I can always count upon receiving at least one question regarding goat’s milk.
On October 10th (Section 14, page 14), the New York Times promoted goat’s milk as an alternative for those who cannot tolerate cow’s milk.
”To Find Goat’s Milk and Cheese, Find Some Goats.”
The author of that story, Joseph D’Agnese, wrote:
”If your body can’t tolerate cow milk, goat’s milk often makes a suitable alternative.”
Such a statement might very well be considered medical advice, and could result in a deadly prescription for on ... read more
- by Robert Cohen
- Cure Tooth Decay: Heal and Prevent Cavities6 y
Tooth Cavities Can Heal
No longer do we need to
continue to fool ourselves that we do not know the essential causes of tooth
decay. The causes are known, and the prevention is both possible, necessary
and the only sane next step.
”After the nutrition was
improved, the tissues of the pulp built in secondary dentine thus reincasing
itself in a closed chamber.” - Weston A. Price, DDS
What you see above and on
the cover are two x-ray images of the same tooth from one individual. The two
downward projections represent the roots of the tooth. In the center o ... read more
- Remineralize, Halt, and Prevent Cavities Nutritionally without
Dental Surgery or Fluoride (90%+ Success Rate)
- Quackwatch and CureZone6 y
Homeopathy: The Ultimate Fake
by Stephen Barrett, M.D.
American Cancer Society’s Guide to
Complementary and Alternative Cancer Methods (2000)
Reviewed by: Stephen Barrett, M.D.:
The American Cancer Society’s Guide to Complementary and Alternative Cancer Methods discusses more than 100 methods that it characterizes as ”complementary” (used along with standard treatments, often with the hope of providing symptomatic relief) and/or ”alternative” (used instead of standard methods). Each entry provides a brief description and overview followed by information ... read more
- CureZone does not rely on Quackwatch
as a valid source information.
Here are examples why...
- Coffee Is Number One Source Of Antioxidants6 y
Coffee provides more than just a morning jolt; that steaming cup of java is also the number one source of antioxidants in the U.S. diet, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Scranton (Pa.). Their study was described today at the 230th national meeting of the American Chemical Society, the world’s largest scientific society.
"Americans get more of their antioxidants from coffee than any other dietary source. Nothing else comes close," says study leader Joe Vinson, Ph.D., a chemistry professor at the university. Although fruits and vegetables are ge ... read more
- Coffee Provides More Antioxidants Than Any Other Food Or Drink.
Men who drank more than six 8-ounce cups of caffeinated coffee per day lowered their risk of type 2 diabetes by about half, and women reduced their risk by nearly 30 percent, compared with people who did not drink coffee, according to the study in Annals of Internal Medicine.
- Cat Is Back! "An Other Cup"6 y
It was 1982 when a friend introduced me to Cat Stevens’ music. Wow. But he was not singing anymore; She said he went off to be religious instead. I
thought what a waste of talent. He changed his name to Yusuf Islam. My favorite song was ”Father and Son” and to this day it makes me cry because it
is so true of many father son relationships. I still listened to his music and still do, always hoping for his return. I happened to watching the Biography
Channel and they said Cat was coming back. Below is a video of ”Father and Son” recorded on 29th April 2007 by the BBC; I’ve been wa ... read more
- The Artist formerly known as Cat Stevens, Folk/Pop Icon, returns to music
some 30 years after converting to, and dedicating his life to, Islam.
The "Tillerman" has "An Other Cup"
- Przytul Się Za Friko!6 y
visit the page
- (Free Hugs In Poland!)
- He's Just Not That Into You6 y
From Publishers Weekly
It’s a classic single-woman scenario: you really like this guy, but he’s giving mixed messages. You make excuses, decide he’s confused, afraid of commitment. Behrendt, a former executive story editor for Sex and the City—and a formerly single (now happily married) guy who knows all the excuses—provides a simple answer: he’s just not that into you. Stop kidding yourself, let go and look for someone else who will be. After all, as Behrendt sensibly puts it, ”if a (sane) guy really likes you, the ... read more
- The No-Excuses Truth to Understanding Guys
- Man In Black6 y
visit the page
- Johnny Cash
- The End6 y
visit the page
- of the World
- She Frickin' Blocked Me6 y
visit the page
- la la la la
- That's My Job6 y
visit the page
- Conway Twitty
- Oprah Today6 y
If we could teach our young girls to not speak to any boy or man who disrepects them by calling females bitches and ho’s or saying nasty sexua| remarks, we would be a much better nation. But, it is very difficult. Every time I do this, I am called gay or told I need sex or told there is something wrong with me or I am called nasty names. I deal with this nearly every day because of the internet. I am constantly messaged by these types, calling themselves 11inchcock and names like that. I tell them I am Christian and to get a life. They demand that I change my screen name, ... read more
- Discussing bad language, censorship, and demeaning women
- Cow's Milk, Almond Milk, Rice Milk, Soy Milk?6 y
When I grew up, milk was a
staple. Everyone had it, even the family who ate health food and were
eccentric. It is hard to believe that Curezonians would drink milk, as
they are more informed than the general public. Now, Dr. Mercola of
mercola.com, believes raw cow’s milk or goat’s milk is ok and actually healthy.
I believe we can get those nutrients elsewhere and click here for raw milk info. Milk doesn’t have hardly
any vitamin D. It has to be added (fortified). Milk also is a poor source of calcium. But, high amounts calcium actually interferes with absorption of calcium a ... read more
- With recent news about the price of milk on the rise to unprecedented costs, I decided to post this "deadly poison" information about milk. Why pay even more than ever just to get sick?
- Cow's Milk Part II6 y
Dr. Julian Whitaker’s
Health & Healing
TOMORROW’S MEDICINE TODAY October 1998 Vol. 8, No. 10
In the movie Men in Black, the character played by Tommy Lee Jones draws the
distinction between a ”person” and the mass of ”people.” He states, ”A person is
smart, but people are dumb, panicky, dangerous animals, and you know it.” In
other words, we do a whole lot of things as ”people” we would never do as
”persons. ”Health & Healing readers are ”persons.” You are making the effort to
educate youself, refusing to buy the prepackaged party line dish ... read more
- This is a continuation of information on the effects of deadly Cow's milk
- Milk Frequently Asked Questions6 y
Browse the Frequently Asked
Questions below and click the QUESTION for a ”pop up” answer window.
What do you think of PETA’s ”got zits” campaign?
Are vegetarians healthier than meat eaters?
Does milk cause Sudden Infant Death Syndrome?
Does milk consumption cause bone disease?
Does dairy consumption play a role in heart disease?
Are there growth hormones in cow’s milk?
Is there a milk and dairy link to diabetes?
Does milk consumption cause Crohn’s disease?
Is th ... read more
- FAQs to NOTMILK.COM + 52 good reasons to abandon milk and dairy!
- Unhappy Cows Come From California6 y
Cows produce milk only to feed their baby calf. So, factory farmers (which have all but replaced the small farmer) artificially inseminate them every year which causes them to produce 100 pounds of milk a day, 10 times more than they would in nature. Then, they take their calf from them at only a day or two old. The female calves are slaughtered for the rennet in their stomachs (an ingredient of most commercial cheeses) or used for dairy cows.
The males are put in veal crates where they cannot turn around or see daylight for 16 weeks, until they are slaughtered. Unnatu ... read more
- Consumers are misled into thinking cows in the dairy industry are well treated
when, in fact, most of California's dairy cows live anything but easy lives.
- WARNING: Your Cookware Could be Making You Sick!6 y
Despite your best intentions
to eat healthier meals, exercise regularly, drink pure water, and use key
supplements, something scary could be preventing you from achieving your peak
And it lurks in your kitchen cabinets ...
Funny as it may sound, that
scary ”something ” could be your pots and pans!
Yes, the cookware you use to prepare your
food might be downright dangerous to your health.
This may not be a new issue
for you. As I continue to discuss the dangers of some types of cookware on the
site, one of the most common questions I receive is ”Wha ... read more
- Non-stick=Fluoride, Aluminum and Perfluorooctanoic Acid. Stainless steel has alloys containing nickel, chromium, molybdenum, carbon and various other metals.
- Honey Is Bee Vomit6 y
After reading a blog on how healthy honey is a while back, I felt stupid...telling someone I did not realize honey was for bees to eat, that I thought it was made for humans. I still thought humans were supposed to have it. We are taught honey is so nutritious and natural. Recently, I discovered that humans are not supposed to be eating it at all . And, the fact that bees throw it up, I find so disgusting, I cannot even touch another bite of it. I stumbled across it on a master cleanse site, where it said honey is not to be used during the cleanse, and that Vegans do not believe in ... read more
- Honey must not be used at any time internally. It is manufactured from the nectar picked up from the flowers by the bees...then predigested, vomited and stored for
their own future use with a preservative added. It is deficient in calcium and has
many detrimental effects for the human being.
- Diagnosing Breast Cancer6 y
Breast Cancer In The 21st Century: Hope On The Horizon
Ultrasound is emerging as a diagnostic technique that, when used by an experienced radiologist, can pick out tumors too small to be seen on mammograms. It can also help distinguish between fluid-filled cysts and the more ominous solid mass. It is usually performed if there are suspicious findings on a mammogram, especially in women with very dense breast tissue. When used in conjunction with mammography the cancer detection rate increases from 70% to 94%.
TC-99 tetrofosmin is another new diagnostic imaging te ... read more
- Diagnosis Breast Cancer
- 5 Super Foods: The Next Generation6 y
By Gloria Tsang R.D.
Walnuts are one of the best plant sources of protein. They are rich in fiber, B vitamins, magnesium and antioxidants such as Vitamin E. Nuts in general are also high in plant sterols and omega 3 fatty acids . Walnuts, in particular, have significantly higher amounts of omega 3 fatty acids as compared to other nuts. In March 2004, the FDA endorsed the health benefits of walnuts by approving its heart health claim.
For more details, read Health Benefits of Walnuts
... read more
- Top 5 Super Foods - picked by Dietitians
Garlic, broccoli, soy, peanuts and salmon: These were the top five super foods a decade ago. After 10 years of new scientific discoveries, which food stays on the list and which foods are the rising stars?
- Beaming Away Cancer with Simple Radio Waves6 y
Radio Wave Machine
- Leukemia patient and former broadcast engineer, John Kanzius, has developed a
new cancer-fighting technique that uses radio waves to destroy cancer-causing
agents. He's not a doctor but scientists are thrilled with his idea and are two
years away from human trials.
- Ant-acid Myth6 y
LivingTree Root #002
UpDated April 10, 2007
This is the ”Antacid Myth”...
It is a cold hard fact that the older we get the ~less~ stomach acid (HCL with pepsin) we produce. We know mother nature not only works this way concerning gastric acid and digestive enzymes, but, so too, with pretty much ~all~ biologically necessary substances. For example, older people produce less glucosomine and SAMe, so arthritis develops. Additionally, advanced in years, people produce less COQ-10, so heart problems become an avoidable result.
A conservative ... read more
- How To Protect Your Stomach Against Acid Reflux, Heartburn, and Cancer
- Quackwatch: Stephen Barrett, M.D.6 y
I was amazed at all the websites Barrett has. I thought perhaps he gets government grants for all those. I wrote and asked. He said. ”Not a penny”. It is difficult to believe it is all privately funded through pay pal and amazon.com donations. It is obvious to me from reading wikipedia (below), that Barrett has a vested interest in attacking alternative health practices while promoting mainstream medicine. His sources of income statement on his website does not mention all his sources of income that are listed in Wikipedia. I find that very deceptive. From reading about him, it is plain to ... read more
- Sources of income is misleading...
- Mercury In Birth Control Products6 y
That mercury can affect fertility is well known since mercury has been commonly used as a spermicide in birth control products.
Chronic inhalation of mercury vapor from amalgam fillings for twenty years or more can result in accumulation of pathologic quantities of mercury in the brain and other critical organs and tissues. Human autopsy studies of accident victims have shown a positive correlation between the numbers of mercury amalgam dental fillings and the concentration of mercury in the brain. The onset of cli ... read more
- Lubricated condoms and birth control creams or gels have mercury as the primary spermicide
- Why We Need Sports6 y
Sports encompasses many meanings for
people, but all Sports do share a common denominator. You have heard the saying, man cannot
live by bread alone and things like that..well, for the same reasons that City
Planning Commissions enact Beautification Ordinances to make us feel good when
we view their aesthetics, humans use Sports. Humans were set up with emotions
and one of them is happiness, which we express through laughter and smiling,
cheering and such. So, we must have an outlet to express all our emotions.
Humans are social and form collective groups especia ... read more
- Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack...
- Plastic Planet6 y
Food containers … water bottles … cling wrap … toys. We’re surrounded by plastics because they’re inexpensive and handy. But some scientists question their safety. Find out how plastics may affect you, the environment, and world communities.
By Julie Rothschild Levi
Peek inside any American household, and you’ll find it brimming with plastics. From food containers, cling wraps, and water jugs to baby bottles and toys, plastics are ubiquitous because they’re inexpensive, handy, and durable.
Y ... read more
That’s not good enough anymore, says biologist Pete Myers, PhD, publisher of EnvironmentalHealthNews.org and coauthor of Our Stolen Future (Plume, 1997). “For decades the study of toxicology followed the paradigm that the dose makes the poison: High levels are bad, and low levels have no effect.” But, he says, traditional studies miss a whole class of very low-level effects that can upset the hormonal system’s natural balance.
- Safe Plastic Containers6 y
What to look for
Safer plastics--#2HDPE, #4LDPE, and #5PP
When choosing plastic containers, even those you’ll use over and over again, choose those that are accepted for recycling in your area. Although #1 PETE is one of the most commonly recycled types, there are no containers designed for re-use made from it, and one should never re-use single-use #1 plastic bottles because their design doesn’t lend itself to proper cleaning and the bottles can harbor bacterial growth. There are, however, a number of reusable containers made from another commonly recycled plastic, #2 HDPE.
... read more
- The Solutions
- Plastic Containers6 y
Substantial threats to health arise during plastic manufacturing, both from ethylene monomers, the basic building block for plastic, and from the problem chemicals added to give plastic products their desirable performance properties.
Dioxins, which are highly toxic even at low doses, are produced when plastics are manufactured and incinerated. While dioxin levels in the U.S. environment have been declining for the last 30 years, they break down so slowly that some of the dioxins from past releases will still be in the environment many years hence. In ... read more
- The Problems
- The Sinister Side of Soda6 y
Coop America’s Real Money
By Tracy Fernandez Rysavy
When it comes to the health effects of drinking soda, it’s hard to separate fact from scary urban legend. Do sodas cause esophageal cancer? Can you get brain tumors from drinking too many diet sodas? Are there really 19 teaspoons of teeth-rotting sugar in each can? And just how much extra weight could you lose by kicking the can-a-day habit?
Real Money dug deep to find the facts about soda consumption and how it affects your family’s health, the environment, and communities around the world. ... read more
- The unvarnished truth about how soda consumption affects your
family’s health, the environment, and communities around the world
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