Autism and N-Acetyl Cysteine

Research has shown us that there are a few factors that contribute to Autism. Toxins, oxidative stress and a deficiency in key antioxidants all lead to neuro-developmental problems, brain damage and potentially Autism. Glutathione and Autism One of the most crucial components in our body’s fight against oxidative damage and the accumulation of toxins is […]

Aluminium In Vaccines – A Cause Of Autism?

Whilst investigating the possible causes of autism in a 6 year old girl I came across this independent empirical study published at http://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/14/11/2227 The abstract reads: Abstract: Autism is a condition characterized by impaired cognitive and social skills, associated with compromised immune function. The incidence is alarmingly on the rise, and environmental factors are increasingly […]

The Mercury – Autism Connection

This article was first written by C. Thomas Corriher, published on the The Health Wyze Report and entitled "How To Cure Autism and The Time Bomb Of Mercury Poisoning". The article is reprinted here with permission of The Health Wyze Report under their Liberal Copyright Policy Whilst many references in this article refer to USA conditions […]

Dispel the Myths: The Real Scoop on Saturated Fat

by Elizabeth Walling   (NaturalNews) In the judicial system, it is required that any defendant must be considered innocent until proven guilty. In the world of nutrition, it seems the opposite philosophy reigns. Saturated fats have been vilified for decades. It has been declared that these fats are killing us, although adequate proof has never […]

Inflammation – The Fire Within

What is inflammation? Inflammation is your body’s response to any harmful agent, such as something that can cause disease (e.g. bacteria, virus), an allergen or other irritant. In short, inflammation is your body’s natural response to something that causes irritation. Inflammation is a protective mechanism designed to remove the harmful agent as well as begin […]

Access Economics Gives Thumbs-Up to Cost Effectiveness of Complementary Medicines

On behalf of The National Institute of Complementary Medicine, Access Economics Pty Limited has published a report on the “Cost effectiveness of complementary medicines”.The Executive Director of The National Institute of Complementary Medicine explains that “The findings detailed in this report provide evidence that selected complementary medicine interventions represent cost effective treatment options in an […]

Ten Things You’re Not Supposed to Know about the Swine Flu Vaccine

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews EditorLet’s not beat around the bush on this issue: The swine flu vaccines now being prepared for mass injection into infants, children, teens and adults have never been tested and won’t be tested before the injections begin. In Europe, where flu vaccines are typically tested on hundreds (or […]

Drug companies hosting lavish seminars for doctors

By Adam Cresswell Herald Sun March 28, 2009  Drug companies spending $300,000 on events Sponsor educational events But criticised as over the top DRUGMAKERS are under fire for "profoundly excessive" spending on educational events for doctors that include weekends costing over $300,000 at five-star hotels. Despite a ban on "lavish" hospitality, the latest six-monthly report […]

Senator Asks Pfizer About Harvard Payments

By DUFF WILSON Published: March 3, 2009 (New York Times) Senator Charles E. Grassley on Tuesday asked the drug maker Pfizer to provide details of its payments to at least 149 faculty members at Harvard Medical School. The senator, an Iowa Republican who is investigating the drug industry’s influence on the practice of medicine, also […]

Curtin University misled about ADHD drug

Julie-Anne Davies | January 10, 2009 Article from:  The Australian THE ethics committee of an Australian university gave the green light to a study involving a trial of a new ADHD drug after being wrongly told by a researcher that the US Food and Drug Administration had dropped a “black box” warning that the drug […]

Health Risk for over-medicated Elderly

Julie Robotham January 5, 2009 Elderly people receive no benefit from long-term use of many common medicines, and their health may even improve if they stop taking them, an Australian study has found. Ceasing to take medicines such as sleeping pills and antidepressants improved people’s mental abilities and reduced the likelihood of serious falls, according […]