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Stephanie Seneff, Wendy A. Morley, Michael J. Hadden, Martin C. Michener – Study: Glyphosate Herbicide Associated with Greater Risk to ALS

Abstract Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a fatal neurodegenerative disease involving several protein mutations in glycine-rich regions with limited treatment options. 90 – 95% of all cases are non-familial with epidemiological studies showing a significant increased risk in glyphosate-exposed workers. In this paper, we propose that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup®, plays a role in ALS, mainly through mistakenly …

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Study examines role of gut bacteria in neurodegenerative diseases

Researchers from the University of Louisville say their latest study confirms gut bacteria play a role in the development of neurodegenerative diseases. Neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, amyotropic lateral sclerosis, and Alzheimer’s disease are characterized by misfolded proteins and inflammation of the brain. Scientists say they are unsure about the causes of 90 percent of cases recorded. In the …

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The Larger The City You Live In, The More Magnetic Particles Enter Your Brain

Can traffic fumes go to your head? Ultra-fine particles of metal in exhaust gases fly up our noses and travel into our brains, where they contribute to diseases associated with the central nervous system, and the more congested the city, the bigger the problem. Iron nanoparticles were already known to be present in the brain — but they were thought …

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The Gary Null Show – 06.28.16

On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discussed these topics as well as give his own commentary on a few subjects and listens to what you have to say. Click on the links to read after listen to Gary discuss these topics.

Couple Sentenced to Prison for Seeking Natural Remedies for Son’s Illness

Consumption of omega-3s linked to lower risk of fatal heart disease

Low CoQ10 levels linked with neurodegeneration: Study

Dose of nature is just what the doctor ordered, scientists say

Eating more broccoli may lower heart disease, cancer risk

Exercise can boost your child’s brain power, and help them score in exams

Daily calcium intake of 1,000 or 2,000 mg best for rickets

Probiotics may prevent breast cancer: Study

The healing powers of music: Mozart and Strauss for treating hypertension

Gary goes to a music break and plays this jam: Teddy Pendergrass – I Don’t Love You Anymore. Gary returns to discuss some issues

The age Of political stupid by Michael Roberts

Constitutional convention defined

Mark Levin on the Constitutional convention: The framers would have never voted for ‘the Government as it exists today’

Gray discusses his thoughts on how to stop terrorism and he gives you 10 great reasons to stop NOW.

The Great Lakes water wars have begun after U.S. officials approve drawing 30 million litres per day

Gary does a quick music break again before taking your calls to end the show.

He plays this cut for his 2nd quick break: Barry White – Can’t get enough of your love, Babe

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In defence of pathogenic proteins: Do our aging cells get smarter, not sicker?

Protein deposits in cells, such as those associated with diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, can also be beneficial – at least for yeast cells, as biochemists at ETH Zurich have discovered. The researchers found a new form of age-associated deposits in these cells, and they are now asking us to rethink our views on ageing and dementia. We age because …

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Maylin Rodriguez-Paez – A Diet For Your MIND

Not eating seven fruits or veggies a day on a regular basis? Here’s another really good reason to rethink that strategy, according to recent research. This particular study emphasized that the intake of fruits and vegetables was clearly linked to a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The results were published in the journal,Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association. …

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Colin Todhunter – Poisoned Food, Poisoned Agriculture: Getting off the Chemical Treadmill

A peer-reviewed study published last year in the British Journal of Nutrition, a leading international journal of nutritional science, showed that organic crops and crop-based foods are between 18 to 69 percent higher in a number of key antioxidants such as polyphenolics than conventionally-grown crops. Numerous studies have linked antioxidants to a reduced risk of chronic diseases, including cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases …