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Category Archives: Science

Interesting developments in science and biology.

Low Vitamin D Linked to Cognitive Decline

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Megan Brooks|September 14, 2015 Dr Joshua Miller Their findings were published online September 14 in JAMA Neurology. Low vitamin D levels are very common in older adults, especially African Americans and Hispanics, and are associated with accelerated decline in episodic memory and executive function, the…


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Researchers identify and map progenitor cells for blood and immune cell production. Posted on June 22, 2015 by Healthinnovations Leave a comment University of California San Francisco scientists have identified characteristics of a family of daughter cells, called MPPs, which are the first to…

What To Do When A Drug Study Disagrees With You – Retract the Study of Course

Retract Antidepressant Drug Trial, Experts Say A reanalysis of the now infamous Study 329 of the antidepressant paroxetine (multiple brands) shows that the drug is ineffective and unsafe for adolescents, prompting experts to call for a retraction of the original study. Study 329…

Marine population halved since 1970 – report

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Unfortunately we have to face the reality that although not an emergency at the moment we are fishing out and polluting the oceans and in doing so changing the ecosystem of the seas. Marine population halved since 1970 – report The report analysed…

The  Vaccine Facts They Ignore

Getting Polio from the Polio Vaccine By Dr. Mercola A prime argument often used for the justification and support of today’s highly aggressive mandatory vaccination programs in the U.S. and around the world is the alleged success of the polio vaccine. Wild type…

Fish and fish oils are good for you. However in today’s polluted environment there are some concerns. I love fish so this drives me nuts, but its a must know.

Fish and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) – Mayo Clinic mayoclinic.org · September 4, 2015 Nutrition-wise blog Our recent blog post on eating fish during pregnancy prompted one reader to ask why we didn’t mention that salmon is high in dangerous PCBs. So what are…