“14 ways to reduce breast cancer risk” Complementary Medicine Assoc.

Radically reduce your intake of sugar/fructose and processed foods. Optimize your vitamin D3 level. Make intermittent fasting part of your lifestyle. Maintain a healthy body weight. Exercise at least 3 times per week. Get plenty of high-quality animal-based omega-3 fats, such as those from krill oil. Omega-3 deficiency is a common underlying factor for cancer. […]

Bye Bye grey hair

Getting rid of that gray hair without toxic dyes…Researchers in the the FASEB Journal have found that hair grays because of oxidative stressdue to the huge accumulation of hydrogen peroxide in the hair follicles. This causes bleaching from the inside out. So a new treatment using topical UVB-activated compound called PC-KUS (a modified pseudocatalase). For […]

“Master gene for heart, blood n skeletal muscle”

New research out of the Lillehei Heart Institute at the University of Minnesota shows that by turning on just a single gene, Mesp1, different cell types including the heart, blood and muscle can be created from stem cells. The study was published today in the journal Cell Stem Cell. “Previous research indicated that this gene […]

The rosary – yoga what’s the link?

Rhythmic prayer, such as saying the rosary, seems to affect the heart rate in the same way as doing yoga. Research on the health benefits of prayer has shown decidedly mixed results. When individuals pray in a ritualistic or rhythmic way, such as saying the rosary or repeating a mantra, they can lower their heart […]

“Behind our wounds”

What is a wound? A wound is an emotional and  or a physical imbalance that is transmitted from generation to generation. How do you know if you are carrying such wounds? There are often physical and emotional clues to their existence.. An example would be Hearing a young person say I am afraid of having […]

“High School Varsity Letters for more than just athletics”

Awarded a “Varsity Letter” in high school is a big deal. Now a forward thinking administrators od Snohomish High Schools in Snohomish County and the United Way are rewarding excellence. Letter men and women earn their Letters for many achievements. Teens in the Everett district’s high schools have a chance to earn a letter for […]

The new disc drive for the human chromosome

Rewritable digital data storage in live cells via engineered control of recombination directionality Jerome Bonnet, Pakpoom Subsoontorn, and Drew Endy1 + Author Affiliations Department of Bioengineering, Room 269B, Y2E2 Building, 473 Via Ortega, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305 Edited by David Baker, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, and approved April 6, 2012 (received for review […]

“Will organic farmers slew the Giant? Help needed!”

On March 31, 2012, a judge in the Southern District Court of New York will decide whether a class action lawsuit — Organic Seed Growers & Trade Association (OSGATA) et al.vs.Monsanto — representing some 300,000 organic farmers against biotech giant Monsanto can proceed to trial. Will you help set farming on a safer healthier soil? […]

“Moderate intensity exercise best for health”

Moderate physical activity is best to maintain your energy and health, what does this mean for the average healthy person? Moderate-intensity physical activity totaling a minimum of 150 minutes per week is the “current nationally recognized standard for physical activity.” What is moderate activity? San Diego State University researcher Simon Marshall and his colleagues recruited […]

“Harvard med. students demand change”

It’s about time! From the beginning of a student doctor’s medical education is taught by professors with deep financial ties to the traditional pharmaceutical industry. One might say that these young doctors in training are brain washed into the belief that there is only one way to practice medicine. As the Harvard Medical Student Organization […]