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Resistance Radio – Lilliana Corredor – 03.12.17

Dr. Lilliana Corredor is the Founder & Coordinator of Scientists for the Mekong. For the last 35 years she has worked worldwide to protect water. She has worked with Peasants, Farmers, School kids, Community Groups, Indigenous tribes, Fishermen, Government departments (for free), NGOs,  the Public. Today we talk about Mekong River Ecocide.

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The Gary Null Show – 02.15.17

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the show with the latest in health and healing covering such topics as Alzheimer. In the second half of the show Gary talks about Trump, a commentary on the poltical state of the country. To wrap up the show Gary speaks with producer Richard Gale on the topic of religion.

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Ask The Blood Detective – YOU & Your Nervous System – 01.28.17

Dr. Michael WALD, the blood detective, has done it again! Join Dr. WALD as he discusses how to offset your risk of brain atrophy, memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and various Health problems that can impact your nervous system which includes your brain and all of its connections to each and every organ in the body. No area of the body is escapes your nervous system Dr. Wald can be reached by calling 914-242-8844. Email him questions and show topic ideas to: Info@blooddetective.com. Dr. WALD is the supervisor of nutrition at Integrated nutrition of Mount KISCO located in Westchester New York just one hour north of New York City by train or car. His website is www.integratednutritionandy.com

Too Much Sitting, Too Little Exercise May Accelerate Biological Aging

LA JOLLA, Calif., Jan. 18 — The University of California’s San Diego campus issued the following news release: Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine report that elderly women who sit for more than 10 hours a day with low physical activity have cells that are biologically older by eight years compared to women who are less …

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Paul Buchheit – How American Life Continued to Deteriorate in 2016

The reality of the disposable American has been building up in recent years, and new evidence keeps pouring in. Now the potential exists for greater suffering under the rule of a billionaire Cabinet that is far, far removed from average workers and renters and homeowners. First the “Upside” — 5% of Us Are Millionaires Depending on the source, America has anywhere from 7 million to 13.5 million millionaires …

Financial ties between researchers and drug industry linked to positive trial results

Financial ties between researchers and companies that make the drugs they are studying are independently associated with positive trial results, suggesting bias in the evidence base, concludes a study published by The BMJ today. Relationships with industry are common among investigators of randomised clinical trials (RCTs) – raising concerns about the effect that financial ties may have on the evidence …

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Are you protected from pesticides?

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — If you think you’re protected against pesticide exposure by going organic, think again. Pesticides are so prevalent in our environment that they’re found in the air we breathe, according to Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Life Extension, a pioneer in reporting the latest anti-aging research and integrative health therapies. Some, like DDT, linger in the …

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The power of maternal touch

Touch is habitual and can sometimes be involuntary for many people; a casual stroke to express affection, or a hug to offer comfort. However, a study by NUS Psychology researchers has revealed that touch is a significant factor in the social development of young children between four and six years. Conducted by a team supervised by NUS Psychology Associate Professor …

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Glia, not neurons, are most affected by brain aging

The difference between an old brain and a young brain isn’t so much the number of neurons but the presence and function of supporting cells called glia. In Cell Reports on January 10, researchers who examined postmortem brain samples from 480 individuals ranging in age from 16 to 106 found that the state of someone’s glia is so consistent through …