Friday, September 12, 2008

100% of women have nonstick cookware chemicals in their breastmilk

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An astonishing 100% of women have nonstick cookware chemicals in their breastmilk, according to recent research. It's a sobering reminder of just how much we're poisoning our children with toxic chemicals in foods and cookware. Read the full details on this disturbing discovery at:


(So what kind of cookware should you use? Don't use any! Feed those babies RAW, living foods and they're grow up healthy!)


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Health: Nonstick Cookware Chemicals Found in Human Breast Milk
(NaturalNews) Toxic chemicals used in nonstick coatings and stain-resistant fabrics were found in the breast milk of every woman tested in a recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Researchers tested the...

Health: Doubts Surfacing About Flu Vaccine's Effectiveness for Elderly
The annual influenza vaccine has been recommended for people over age 65 for over forty years as a way to protect this segment of the population from serious winter illness and death. There is growing concern about its effectiveness in protecting...

Health: Lower Breast Cancer Risk for Women Who Were Breastfed as Children
(NaturalNews) Women who were breastfed as infants have a lower risk of breast cancer as adults, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and published in the journal Epidemiology. "As a general...

Health: Nurses Exposed to Toxic Cleaning Chemicals in Hospitals; Cancer Risk Elevated
Nurses are exposed to a wide variety of toxic chemicals and radiation in the course of their jobs, and the degree of this exposure correlates with their risk of cancer, asthma, miscarriages and birth defects, according to a nationwide survey...

Health: Comcast, Frontier, Time Warner Cable - The End of Unlimited Internet?
Well no sooner was Comcast busted for blocking various internet connections in a recent ruling by the FCC, now they and other cable giants such as Time Warner and Frontier are looking to place usage limits on a monthly basis. Last week...

Health: Burger King Serves Up Fatty Fare Prepared in Sink Used for Bubble Bath
A video posted on the Internet shows an employee of a Burger King located in Xenia, Ohio, taking a bubble bath inside of a sink in the kitchen, according to a report by Megan O'Rourke...

Health: The Principles and Practices of Transdermal Therapy
Transdermal medicine delivers medications to the exact site of injury/pain. Transdermal medicine is ideal for pain management as well as sports and pediatric medicine. In fact it is one of the best ways of administering medicines quickly...

Health: Seven Foods for a Good Night's Sleep
Sleep is essential for our health and wellbeing. It allows our body to rejuvenate and restore itself. Sleep deprivation is one of the biggest causes of aging. Tiredness can also affect your mood and how you feel. Chronic tiredness can increase...

Health: Phillip McClusky Gives Tips on Losing Weight the Healthy Way
This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni's Renegade Roundtable, which can be found at ( . In this excerpt, Phillip McClusky shares what he tells the people he coaches, the people who want to lose weight...

Health: Fermenting Soy Eliminates Allergenic Substances
(NaturalNews) Fermenting soy beans causes chemical changes in the proteins that trigger soy allergies, drastically reducing the risk of allergic reactions, according to two studies conducted by researchers from the University of Illinois and the Instituto...

Health: Study Shows That Impotency May Be a Sign of Heart Disease
A recent study suggests that men who have diabetes and are having erectile dysfunction may have an increased risk of heart disease. It was discovered that diabetic men who had difficulty keeping an erection were twice as likely to develop...

Health: How to Build Healthy Relationships
So many relationships are based on either selfishly taking, without giving, or alternatively living someone else's life and simply giving the other person what they want, to keep the peace. When looking for a happy, peaceful life make sure...

Health: Oral Glucose Medications Increase Mortality in Type 2 Diabetes Patients
Poor blood glucose control puts diabetics at increased risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Every percentage point increase in glycated hemoglobin levels (a blood glucose marker) above normal values raises the relative CVD risk by roughly...


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