The producers of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) seem scared. A slew of bad press – not to mention dozens of scientific studies – may finally be damaging their profits. So they’ve come up with a new way to ensure HFCS remains part of the American diet. And protect their revenue stream. The big plan? Rename HFCS to distance their product from the harm that it does.… Read More
There may finally be good news for the millions of people with diabetes. That’s because Toronto scientists believe they have made an incredible breakthrough. They were able to instantly correct insulin levels in mice… using a widely available household herb.
Dr. Hans Michael Dosch is a professor with the University of Toronto, where he heads up research. He’s a 30-year veteran who gained international repute after performing the first thymus transplant in Europe.… Read More
Is it possible that there is a cure for cancer?
A Cleveland State University professor believes there is. And a panel of independent reviewers at both the Cleveland Clinic and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) agree.
Professor Michael Kalafatis, as we noted on Tuesday, heads up research for Cleveland State University (CSU). For over 10 years he’s led CSU research into blood coagulation.… Read More
We have some exciting news to share with you about the battle to combat cancer. A Cleveland State University professor is convinced he’s discovered a cure. And the best medical institutes in the U.S. are confirming his findings.
The breakthrough comes from Professor Michael Kalafatis. He was born in Romania, but raised in France. And he earned his doctorate from The University of Paris.… Read More
For millions or people, statin drugs are the number one doctor-prescribed defense against heart disease. In fact, so many people take them that we spent $12.5 billion on Lipitor in 2006 alone. But brand new research reveals that they may seriously damage your health. That’s because statins significantly increase your risk of diabetes.
That means millions of people taking the drugs now have to decide which is worse… heart disease or diabetes.… Read More
The heat is on to find new ways to fight Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists predict the disease will quadruple over the next 40 years. By the year 2050, they believe one out of every 85 people will have it. That totals 107 million people worldwide.
Those same scientists are working to delay the onset of the disease. They say delaying the onset by just two years will reduce those figures by 23 million people.… Read More