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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Drug Ads On TV May Infuence Americans To Overmedicate
Nato, U.S. neglect "psychological warfare": report
Merck lobbies states over cancer vaccine
FDA promises improvements in its drug safety system
Could X-ray scanners work on the street?
Killing Puts Focus on Corruption in Chinese News Media
Four Years Later, McDonald's Again Nixes Trans Fats
LA to urge restaurants to ban trans fats
Greek health ministry rejects olive cancer cure

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

People left holding bag when policies revoked
Couple Awarded $1.5M in Hormone Lawsuit
Study Blasts TV Drug Ads
Could Some Sun Be Good for Your Skin?
5 Things You Didn't Know About Kidney Stones
Legislators want to be in Medicaid loop

Monday, January 29, 2007

Multiple Sclerosis Rates Up 50%
Worldwide Parkinson's cases will double in next 25 years
Update Rates of Common U.S. Neurological Disorders
Vaccine fight spurs lawsuit
A vaccine development 'renaissance'
NJ weighs new vaccine rules for kids
Cincinnati pharmacy puts customers before profits
‘Hot’ patients setting off dirty-bomb alarms

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.
MRI Contrast Agent Linked To Rare Disease
Tell the U.S. Military to Dismiss the Subpoena of Journalist Sarah Olson

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Chlorine in the bathwater is linked to cancer
White House press strategy: we control Russert, no one sees news
from Friday afternoon
FDA: Failure Limits On The Pill Won't Help
US answer to global warming: smoke and giant space mirrors
Health-care Trend Moving Focus On Healing, Not Sickness, Expert Says
Warning of obesity risks to entire generation
Suit settled over towel found in patient
Starving on a spoonful of mash a day
Wal-Mart store size causes stir

Friday, January 26, 2007

Case highlights medical-pot dilemma
Don't Feed Your Kids Carbonated Fruit to Fight Childhood Obesity
Flown-in food may lose 'organic' label
New Drugs Awaiting Discovery In Chinese Herbs?
LSU Professor Uses Tai Chi To Fight Degenerative Nerve Disease
Nearby Freeways Affect Kids' Lungs

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Mobile phone use 'linked to tumour'
Government Food Safety System a Sham
As Nicotine Dose Increases, So Must Awareness of the Pitfalls of
FDA Regulation

Cracking Open The Black Box Of Autoimmune Disease
Bush health plan would gut current coverage: critics
Opinion | Congress Should Pass Legislation To Ban Agreements To
Delay Market Entry of Generic Medications, Editorial States

Contamination of Bottled Waters with Antimony Leaching from
Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Increases upon Storage

Don't be Fooled By Brainwashed Doctors

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Selenium Supplements May Slow Progression of HIV
(Selenium costs about $5.00 for a three month supply. On the other hand, see
Got HIV? )
Report on CDC's ills likely out Monday
Sluggishness of psoriasis drug sales raises questions on prices
L.A. hospital cited for deadly bacterial outbreak
Web Site Counters Drug Company Ads
Carrots in, fries out in school cafeterias
Drinking, Bathing or Swimming in Chlorinated Water May Increase
Your Risk of Bladder Cancer

Officials debate link between Ground Zero work, deaths

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Political Mood Swings on Drug Industry Direct-to-Consumer Ads
Bush's tax break on health drawing doubts
Soda Sabotages Your Diet
New Reports In New England Journal Of Medicine & Journal Of
School Health Support Mental Health Screening For Youth

Bioterrorism alerts induce anxiety and may pose health risk,
Einstein study finds

U.K. Food Labeling Scuffle Hits Screen

Monday, January 22, 2007

Trust me, I'm a junior doctor
How a pill a day could keep the riot squad away in Scottish prisons
Rx for drug ads
Schering-Plough to pay $435M after guilty plea
Medical schools rethinking free lunches from drug companies
Schools Sell Home Drug-Testing Kits to Parents
Where to go if you want to live to be 100
Ancient medicine all the buzz in modern China
State to share data on some Medicaid patients
Fosamax And Its Consequences - Drug May Result In Countless Lawsuits
Home blood sugar test inaccurate for diabetic kids
Former FDA Commissioner Crawford Likely To Face $50K Fine in
Conflict-of-Interest Case
Curing Cancer: A Patent Impossibility
Early Warning Test for Dyslexia
Revenue Streams the Feed the Barracudas
US farming watchdog accuses Wal-Mart of mis-selling

Sunday, January 21, 2007

We have a bit of a PR problem on global warming, ExxonMobil admits
Programs let homes produce green power
Willy Trolove: iPhones? Give me smoke signals
More students shun cafeteria junk food

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Cori Brackett will be a guest on the program, Healthy Planet on WAIF
radio, 88.3 in Cincinatti, Ohio on Saturday, January 20, 2007 at
12noon-1pm EST. The website is:
www.healthyplanetradio.com 
What have we learnt from Vioxx?
Position Statement on Torture
IG cites health and safety shortcomings at detention facilities
Lifestyle changes effective in protecting against Type II diabetes
There was no evidence of higher brain tumor risk among people who use
hand-held cellular phones compared to those who do not use them.

Slightly Weathered Exxon Valdez Oil Persists in Gulf of Alaska Beach
Sedimentsafter 16 Years

Liquid Candy Becoming the Preferred Breakfast Drink

Friday, January 19, 2007

Cori Brackett appears on INN World Report tonight, January 19, 2007
Check out their website
schedule page for viewing times in your area.
Pesticide found in mutated fish, Potomac
A New Fat Replacement For Trans Fat Raises Blood Sugar In Humans,
Study Shows

Chasers War On Everything - Americans
Manual to allow executions based on hearsay
Hearings Planned on U.S. Propaganda Broadcasts
Fresh food can be scarce, study finds
House Passes Bill That Would Require Federal Government To Negotiate
Medicare Prescription Drug Price

President Bush Considers Proposal To Tax Some Employer-Sponsored
Health Benefits


Thursday, January 18, 2007

Ear tubes not needed to promote learning
More aid required for chronic conditions in low income countries

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Has Canada Got the Cure?
Cheap, safe drug kills most cancer
Brain cleaner
This Totally Worthless Food is Getting A "Natural" Makeover?
CBS posts 2nd supplement hit piece! How Should FDA Regulate Diet
Supplements?


Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Intelligence in the Classroom
Starbucks plans switch to growth-hormone-free milk
Filthy Wal-Mart: a Photo Essay
District's HPV Proposal Tinged With Ugly Assumptions
More Dairies Eliminating Monsanto's Dangerous Hormones
Engineered chickens make cancer drugs
Amnesia Blocks Past – And Future
Why is the FDA Pushing Cloned Meat?
Aspartame
*Are Herbal Supplements Hurting You?
Poll: 38% Have Used Herbal Supplements

Monday, January 15, 2007

Chewing Gum With Natural Appetite Suppressant Could Treat Obesity
Men Would Rather Die Than Diet, Says "Wake-up Call" Research
Relationship between delirium and dementia

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Mom's no-soda-for-breakfast rule is broken
Parents Doubt Their Discipline of Kids Works: Study
The Truth About Aspartame & Other Sweeteners
Less Experienced Surgeons in The US Performing New Techniques In
Coronary Surgery On Black Patients


Saturday, January 13, 2007

Magical or Overrated? A Food Additive in a Swirl
Budgets rise as ethics rules fall
Bush says he'll veto Medicare drug-price measure
Medicare Part D patients pay more for drugs than veterans
Is Evidence-Based Medicine Sufficient For Complementary And Alternative
Medicine Research?

Organic farmers hit back at Miliband's food verdict
EU leaves cloned steak on the back burner
EPA to Weaken Health Standard for Common Consumer Product Ingredient
Through the Revolving Door
GP salaries rocket to £118,000
Cold, cough medicines dangerous for babies
Study says milk in tea ruins health benefits
An herbal menopause therapy gets a closer look
Arthritis, rheumatic conditions cost U.S. $128B
Check out Dr. Mercola's comments about this.
Drink that claims to burn calories draws concern
Survey: Many assume they can't control cancer risk
The Corporate Factor in Medicine
Kraft is Sued for Falsely Calling Capri Sun Drink "All Natural"

Friday, January 12, 2007

7UP Drops "All Natural" Claim
MS hits North Africans harder than Europeans
FDA To Increase Efforts To Remove Unapproved Medications From Market
Supermarkets to Promote Food Pyramid
Obesity operations jump in United States
FDA Too Lax on Misleading Drug Ads?
Going ape

Thursday, January 11, 2007

U.S. FDA expands use of "lean" label for foods
Americans Are Finally Starting to Catch On to Deceptive Marketing
Source of Funding and Results of Studies of Health Effects of Mobile Phone
Does Media Reform Have a Chance in the Digital Age?
Drug-Free Medical Education For Doctors
Bridling at Insulin’s Cost, States Push for Generics

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

The Shape Of Health To Come
Judge Gags Weblinks to Leaked Eli Lilly Documents
Health Tips on Fluoride and Teeth
Please read "The Flouride Deception".
CPSC and USFA Sound Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Tuesday, January 9, 2007

The Murky World of High-Fructose Corn Syrup
The Latest Genetically Modified Food: Hollow Celery Used as Straws
Milk cancels health benefit of drinking tea: study
Nanotech safety needs specific government risk research strategy and funding
Trusting your instincts leads you to the right answer
Relationship between Funding Source and Conclusion among Nutrition-
Related Scientific Articles

Industry money may bias drink studies
Researchers Find Bias in Nutrition Studies
FDA Approves Weight-Loss Drug for Dogs
'Precocious Puberty' Is on the Rise

Monday, January 8, 2007

Genetically altered cells may help artificial skin fight infection
Medical Marijuana Pill for Cancer Patients?
Pharmaceutical Industry Trade Group Bans Expensive Gifts To Physicians
Coenzyme Q10 benefits people with heart failure
Liquids make up 22 percent of American diet: study
Starbucks To Cut Trans Fats From Treats
Check their ingredient list against truthinlabeling.org
Heartburn drugs are worth risk, some say
Here's a closer look into this scam
Hopes for an AIDS Cure Remain Alive

Sunday, January 7, 2007

Parents block plans to vaccinate nine-year-olds against sex virus
Spread of records stirs fears of privacy erosion
China heralds year of the fluorescent green pig
New drugs slow to reach patients in U.S.
Avoid watering down veggie nutrition
It's never too late to get healthy: study
Police ban demonstrations in Bangladesh capital ahead of nationwide political
strike


Friday, January 5, 2007

Anthrax attack posed greater potential threat than thought
High IQ Tied to Vegetarian Eating
FBI files detail Rehnquist drug addiction: WPost

Thursday, January 4, 2007

Food patriotism and the political battle over your shopping basket
Hospitals told to delay operations to ease debt
Newborn's death incites hospital staff revolt
Ruling benefits Ag-Mart
All Children Worldwide Have The Potential To Grow The Same
Carbon monoxide kills former Bay Stater on Florida vacation
Can Diet Soda Make You Gain Weight?

Wednesday, January 3, 2007

Celebrities told to embrace the facts, not bad science
\Hotspots of mercury contamination identified in eastern North America
\A Surprising Secret to a Long Life: Stay in School
\Doctors angry over 'op meddling'
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Tuesday, January 2, 2007

FDA review urged of acrylamide in food
Reading Diet Articles Could Be Unhealthy
Omega-3 Pours into Cereal, Orange Juice, Eggs, Pet Food
Mining Of Ancient Herbal Text Leads To Potential New Anti-Bacterial Drug
MS Debate in EU Petitions Committee Bears Fruit

Monday, January 1, 2007

American foodies and how they grew
Gene-engineered cattle resist mad cow disease: study
'If we fail to act, we will end up with a different planet'
Imaging pinpoints brain regions that 'see the future'
In race to treat cancer, are men sidelined by the NHS?
TV ads to counter multimillion pound campaign by manufacturers

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