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Soy and Cancer

Soy and Cancer

Soy represents a $4 billion industry built on the filthiest lies and the flimsiest so-called science – including the latest nonsense. A new study claims a lipid in soy can help fight colon cancer. That’s led to the usual wave of nonsensical headlines that... read more
What Matters Most

What Matters Most

When he began teaching at Cornell University, the Russian novelist Vladimir Nabokov said he knew just two things: One, life is beautiful, and two, life is sad. The reason life is sad, he said, is because it’s going to end. Yet death, our most unwelcome visitor,... read more
X Rays and Your Teeth

X Rays and Your Teeth

If you’ve been to the dentist, you know how it is — these jokers want to X-ray you every time you open your mouth. Checkup? ZAP! Toothache? ZAP! New dentist? ZAP! They’ll even try to zap you if they get new office equipment. Zap, zap, zap, zap... read more
Maca and Migraine

Maca and Migraine

People who suffer from the debilitating pain of migraine headaches need relief. Could the solution be found in a radish-like root vegetable that grows in an extreme climate where few other plants can survive? Might something the Incas consumed regularly 2,000 years... read more
Pilates, Weight Loss and You

Pilates, Weight Loss and You

Pilates is a form of disciplined exercise developed by Joseph Pilates, beginning in the 1920s. Originally Pilates was equipment-based, focusing on rehabilitation. Modern Pilates has broadened, and can be structured to meet your specific goals: Body balance; increased... read more
You Can Avoid Kidney Stones

You Can Avoid Kidney Stones

In an episode of “Seinfield”, Kramer develops a kidney stone. “What is that, anyway?” asks Jerry. “It’s a stony mineral concretion,” replies Kramer quite accurately, “formed abnormally in the kidney. And this jagged... read more
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