Pulse of Natural Health Archives

  • Oct 7, 2008 0

    Chelation TACT Trial Announces that Enrollment Has Temporarily Ceased

    The investigators and institutions that have been participating in the National Institutes of Health Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT) have temporarily and voluntarily suspended enrollment of new participants in the study. The lead TACT investigator, Gervasio Lamas, M.D., of the Universit...

  • Oct 7, 2008 0

    Where Do Your Representatives Stand?

    Your Voice Counts on Capitol Hill The frenzied activity in Congress over the banking crisis is in response, at least in part, to an unprecedented outpouring of voter outrage. Less well publicized was the reaction to the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA). It provoked the greate...

  • Oct 7, 2008 0

    AAHF Scores a Victory with HBOT for Wounded Veterans

    Hope For Traumatic Brain Injury, Diabetic Failure-to-Heal Wounds, and More? On September 30, President Bush signed into law the FY2009 Continuing Resolution that contains the Defense Appropriations bill. In doing so, crucial funding became available to complete a scientific study important to all Am...

  • Oct 7, 2008 0

    Drugs in Your Drinking Water?

    Over ten years ago, pharmaceutical residues were found in lakes in Switzerland. A girl in middle school in West Virginia read about the drugs in Swiss lakes, and wondered about drugs in our nation’s waters. Local school teachers had no answers for her. She asked the U.S. Geological Survey and they...

  • Sep 30, 2008 0

    New National Study Highlights Mercury Levels in American Women

    More and more evidence being published in conventional medical journals show a correlation between heavy metals and heart disease. Lead is linked to high blood pressure; mercury is linked to the incidence of heart attacks. (more…)...

  • Sep 30, 2008 0

    The FDA Considers Proposals to Sell Genetically Engineered Animals as Food

    The Food and Drug Administration has released proposed guidelines for regulating genetically engineered animals, paving the way for them to enter the food supply. This news has stunned many consumer groups. It is estimated that as many as two dozen applications to sell genetically engineered an...

  • Sep 30, 2008 0

    Surviving Cardiac Arrest May Depend on Where You Live

    Conventional Medicine Ignores the Science behind Preventing Sudden Cardiac Death with Fish Oil The U.S. has waged a five-decade war on heart disease thanks to the information gleaned  from the Framingham Study and the studies that followed it. That war has been dominated by the use of prescription ...

  • Sep 23, 2008 0

    Wellness: An Essential Part of Health Reform Legislation

    The Board of Directors of the American Association for Health Freedom has voted to support a key resolution in the U.S. House of Representatives that would include “sustainable wellness programs that address the underlying causal factors of chronic disease” in an effort to re-engineer our hea...