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Merck’s New COVID Pill: Does It Cause Cell Mutations? 

In All Health Watch, Big Pharma, Cancer, Coronavirus by INH Research0 Comments

 

 

News that Merck’s antiviral drug molnupiravir had successfully treated coronavirus patients in clinical trials set off celebrations around the world.  

Headlines trumpeted claims that we might finally have a truly effective pill that prevents severe COVID in people who get infected. Shares of Merck stock jumped. One German doctor called molnupiravir “a game changer.”i 

A trial involving about 700 people with mild to moderate cases of COVID-19 showed that the medication cut in half the risk of hospitalization.Read More

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Bad Breath Can Be a Symptom of These 7 Serious Illnesses 

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Bad breath is embarrassing. 

So we suck on mints. Or we gargle with mouthwash before getting close and personal with someone. 

But persistent foul breath—called halitosis by doctors—can be more than just a social problem. It could be telling you that you have a serious illness. 

Bad breath is often caused by eating pungent foods. Garlic is the most famous culprit.Read More

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Use Your Body Clock to Prevent Cancer 

In All Health Watch, Cancer, General Health by INH Research0 Comments

 

There are tried-and-true methods to prevent cancer. But most are difficult.  

It’s not easy to quit smoking, to lose weight, or to make big changes to your diet.  

And one of the biggest cancer risk factors—your genes—are impossible to change. There’s nothing you can do about your DNA.  

But what if you could prevent cancer without making any major lifestyle changes?Read More

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A Prostate Cancer Treatment That Doesn’t Destroy a Man’s Quality of Life  

In All Health Watch, Cancer, Prostate Cancer by INH Research0 Comments

Prostate cancer has long presented men and their doctors with a major dilemma… 

In most cases, it’s not fatal. It’s harmless. It doesn’t even affect a man’s health. 

But in a few men, it spreads. Usually into bones. Then to the rest of body. At that point, it’s usually lethal. 

The problem is that doctors have no reliable way to tell the harmless cancers from the fatal ones.Read More

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Vitamin Deficiency May Lead to Breast Cancer 

In All Health Watch, Breast Cancer, Diet and Nutrition, Longevity by INH Research0 Comments

The standard treatments for breast cancer have largely remained the same for decades. They are chemotherapy, radiation, and/or surgery.  

The side effects of any of the three can be devastating. Women may lose their hair. They may get so nauseated they can’t eat. They may become painfully thin. That’s just the beginning. And that’s on top of losing a breast to mastectomy.Read More

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Blood Pressure Drug Linked to Pancreatic Cancer in Women

In All Health Watch, Blood Pressure, Cancer, Heart and Cardiovascular by INH Research0 Comments

There is no shortage of drugs to treat high blood pressure. 

No fewer than 14 different classes of medications have been approved for hypertension. And within those classes are more than 110 drugs.i 

So why would any doctor advise you to take one that not only works poorly, but also raises your risk for the deadliest type of cancer? 

Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States.Read More