A long forgotten and misunderstood nutrient, vitamin K is making a comeback and its importance to human health is rapidly being unveiled
Dr. Ralph Campbell, MD, takes a calm, measured look at recent controversy surrounding vaccinations and infectious disease, particularly the recent spat of measles outbreaks.
What does the science really tell us?
There were no deaths whatsoever from vitamins in the year 2014.
Zero deaths from vitamins. Want to bet this will never be on the evening news? Well, have you seen it there? And why not?
A pair of researchers looked at two recent headlines from major publications and wondered: "Is there really something new and terrible about vitamin C or magnesium?"
Naturally, it was time to investigate.
It would be novel indeed to see a news media report entitled "Life- Saving Vitamins." That's a headline about vitamins that would be true for once.
You’re experiencing pain in the chest as if a rope was being tightened around it. So how do you perform CPR on yourself?
In 2006, the residents of the beautiful coastal community of Esperance in Western Australia noticed that the local seabirds were inexplicably dying.... Needless to say, the community was concerned. Was the town's population at risk?
To achieve the triple-digit lifespan, science will harness the Biotech Singularity, whereby we leverage cutting-edge technologies to bridge the gap between the medical knowledge of today and the medical knowledge that we will have in our grasp by the year 2029.
Hullabaloo about the "new" finding that bacon is bad for you might have found a reasonable level of attention but for the World Health Organization having entered the fray. For several decades, we have known of the potential carcinogenicity of nitrates and nitrites used by the meat processing industry. Nitrites work as a meat preservative and, like rouge, make meat look "in the pink" and appear far fresher than it really is.
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