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Study Finds Organic Farming Superior

A new study examining the differences between industrial and organic strawberry farming has just shown organic farming to be the all around best method. A paper by scientists at Washington State University was published in the online journal PLoS ONE yesterday....

Cranberries Prevent Drug Resistant Staph Infections

Scientists have discovered a critical new use for cranberry juice. The growing problem of fighting antibiotic resistant staph infections could end up being overcome simply by drinking cranberry juice. Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) presented...

Research Finds Fertilizers Harming Wildlife

Chemicals used in fertilizers appear to be more harmful to the environment, especially to water born animals, than researchers had believed to be the case. A study by toxicologists from North Carolina State University was published by the journal PLoS One showing that...

The Origin Of Cancer

1) What is the origin of cancer? Where does cancer begin? Cancerous tissue, above all other consequences of choice, has countless secondary causes.  But even for a cancerous condition there is only ONE PRIME ORIGIN and CAUSE.  I have simply summarized this origin and...

Eating Grapefruit Burns Fat

The body’s natural process of taking stored fat and turning it into energy has just been linked to a naturally occuring component in grapefruit. Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) discovered that...

Black Rice Higher In Antioxidants Than Berries

Move aside berries, black rice has just been shown to be the better source of antioxidants, without all the natural sugar. Researchers at the Department of Food Science at Louisiana State University Agricultural Center in Baton Rouge, La. reported to the 240th...

How Exercise Alters Appetite

A new reason to exercise has just surfaced from the scientific community. Burning calories and triggering endorphins can welcome another very useful benefit from exercise, a more attuned appetite. In a study led by Brazilian researchers at the University of Campinas...

Berries Naturally Remove Brain Toxins

Berries have long had the reputation of being an excellent source of antioxidants, but new research is showing that berries also benefit what is being called a “housekeeper” mechanism in the brain. This holds the potential to keep brains healthier longer....

Home Brewed vs Bottled Tea

For the first time researchers have measured healthful antioxidant levels in commercially available bottled tea beverages and found that there is a big difference between drinking traditionally home brewed tea and mass produced bottled tea. Scientists Shiming Li,...

How Much Tuna Can You Eat Safely?

Most people are aware that there are low levels of toxins, like mercury, in Tuna that can be hazardous to human health if consumed in too high of quantities. What most people don’t know is how much is too much. Thanks to the scientists at the Environmental...