2011 December News Archive Seekers of the Truth

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December 31, 2011

Drugging America is Big Business

Between 1990 and 2010, US spending on prescription drugs rose from $40 billion to more than $230 billion annually.


Conventional Medicine's Rage Against Naturopaths

Medical associations have joined forces to manipulate the public into believing natural medicine is quackery by spreading propaganda and mistruths.

December 30, 2011

Legally Avoid Vaccines

You can legally avoid vaccinations with the help of the people around you.

Most Paramedics Experience Work-related Abuse, Study

More than two-thirds of paramedics surveyed have experienced verbal, physical or sexual abuse on the job, new research has found.

An Indonesian man helps health officials cull poultry in the village where a 14-year-old boy died of bird flu Thursday Jan. 11, 2007, on the outskirts of Jakarta, Indonesia. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)

WHO Balances Risk and Knowledge on H5N1

World Health Organization releases statement on lab-developed H5N1.

Fuel-efficient stoves use significantly less firewood than a traditional three-stone stove. This woman in Myanmar is using a pipe to help increase the fire's flames to cook the food. Photo: Benny Manser/Mercy Corps

Wood Stoves to be Cracked Down?

Residential wood stoves are big source of winter air pollution in some parts of US .

Water is Rising: The Cry of the Pacific Islands’ Natives

Climate changes in three Pacific nations call for action by performing arts.

December 28, 2011


Multiple Sclerosis Linked to Lipid Metabolism

New study reveals a closer explanation on multiple sclerosis.

Medical Illustration: Art and Science Combined

Georgia Health Sciences University offers a program on medical illustration for education purposes.

'Rare' Brain Disorder is Just Often Misdiagnosed

Brain disorder HDLS is as common as other neurodegenerative disorders and stroke.


Novel Therapy for Parkinson's Developed

Rabies and herpes viruses are the agents for this novel therapy on Parkinson's disease.

No Publication on Bird Flu Studies

Scientists agreed not to publish certain details of research showing how lethal bird flu can be made contagious after a U.S. biosecurity panel asked that it be kept secret for security reasons.


Diet Regimen on Blood Type A

Blood type A and their best diet to follow.

Three People You Should Fire Today

Want a more innovative company? Get rid of these folks. Today

December 27, 2011

Senator Urges Review on 'Club Drug' Caffeine Inhaler

Breathable caffeine dispensed from canisters that fit in jean pockets and are allowed in carry-on luggage is a ‘club drug’ that may be dangerous to teenagers, a New York senator said.


Cold or Warm Water?

Is drinking cold water good or bad for you? Does the temperature of the water matter at all? Believe it or not – it does matter.

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