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Author Archives: DrB

EPA Ignores Mercury Level Warnings

The Environmental Protection Agency ignored scientific evidence and agency protocols in order to set limits on mercury pollution that would line up with the Bush administration’s free-market approaches to power plant pollution, according to a report released yesterday by the agency’s inspector general.

St. John’s Wort

St. John’s Wort Don St. John, P.A. Adult Outpatient Psychiatry University of Iowa Department of Psychiatry Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed Creation Date: June 1998 Last Revision Date: January 31, 2000 St. John’s Wort St.John’s wort is used to treat mild to…

Green tea from China found to be contaminated with alarming levels of pesticides

Green tea from China found to be contaminated with alarming levels of pesticides China is angry over a test of its green tea exports that turned up alarming levels of pesticides. But rather than turning to its agricultural practices and limiting the use…

Seaweed Supplements Could Prevent Breast Cancer

Researchers say Kelp seaweed may be the next food enlisted in breast cancer prevention, if they can replicate findings from an animal study conducted at the University of California. In the animal study conducted researchers found the seaweed effectively reduced levels of estradiol,…

Vitamin E Discussion continues

Feb. 11, 2005; Intake of a mixture of vitamin E tocopherols from food sources rather than from supplements is associated with a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), according to the results of a large prospective study published in the February issue of…

Are Flu Vaccinations Unnecessary

Monday, February 14, 2005 11:00 PM EST The Associated Press By CARLA K. JOHNSON A new study based on more than three decades of U.S. data suggests that giving flu shots to the elderly has not saved any lives. Led by National Institutes…