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Anthony Gucciardi NaturalSociety March 21, 2012 Previously reported by scientists to cause a reproductive defect in males that can lead to infertility, new research has found that bisphenol a (BPA) also endangers the reproductive abilities of women. The newly unleashed information reveals the negative side effects associated with BPA exposure regarding fertility, highlighting how BPA…
The popular saying would have us believe that gentlemen prefer blondes. But while the old adage may trip off the tongue, according to new findings, it no longer holds weight.
A study found that gentlemen
Researchers from Southampton University report compelling evidence that surgery, as well as injury and infection, can dramatically accelerate the disease and the rate of brain death in people who already have early Alzheimer’s disease.
In some cases, Alzheimer’s disease may in fact be the result of an infection, and may even be transmissible, a new study in mice suggests.
The authors concluded: “These ecologic findings suggest a geographic association between PD mortality and the industrial use of heavy metals.”
Mercury is a serious public health problem, said Callaghan, who specializes in treating people exposed to toxic chemicals. ‘You’ll find that many medical doctors say (mercury poisoning) doesn’t exist. But that’s because they’re not looking for it.’
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease after the famous New York Yankee baseball player, is a rare condition, characterized by deterioration of both upper and lower motor neurons. It has in incidence of about 2.4 per 100,000 population per year with peak onset between 55 and 75 years of age…
Hundreds of thousands of people who take sleeping pills just twice a month are nearly four times more likely to die prematurely, according to new research.
Sleeping pills prescribed for insomnia are associated with more than a fourfold risk of death, according to the study published in the BMJ Open journal.