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The Gary Null Show – 07.20.17

Today is July 20th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment and all things political around the world. Gary sets a lot of time aside this episode to speak with and breakdown the state of medical marijuana, the democracy and much more! Download this episode (right click …

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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

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Lindsey Konkel – WHAT DOES THE ENVIRONMENT HAVE TO DO WITH DISEASES THAT AFFECT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM?

January 4, 2017 — In 1932, New York gastroenterologist Burrill Crohn described an unusual disease in 14 adults. The patients had bouts of abdominal pain, bloody diarrhea, and lesions and scars on the bowel wall. Doctors in other parts of North America and Europe were seeing it in their patients, too. They called the rare condition Crohn’s disease. After World …

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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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Chris Exley – Strong Evidence Linking Aluminum and Alzheimer’s

There has been a strong link between human exposure to aluminium and the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease for half a century or more. However, without definite proof, there is still no consensus in the scientific community about the role of this known neurotoxin in this devastating brain disease. The latest research from my group, published in the Journal of Trace …

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Caloric restriction can be beneficial to the brain, study shows

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Health — Studies of different animal species suggest a link between eating less and living longer, but the molecular mechanisms by which caloric restriction affords protection against disease and extends longevity are not well understood. New clues to help solve the mystery are presented in an article published in the September issue …

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Leid Stories—Still in the Closet: Hillary Clinton’s Unexplained Health Problems—10.25.16

Years before she declared her candidacy for president, Hillary Clinton’s health was of concern to her family and those in her inner circle. She had had several major health setbacks and experienced symptoms of serious medical conditions—including sudden falls, concussions from those falls, potentially fatal blood clots, sustained double vision, frequent fainting, coughing fits, seizures and hypothyroidism. Team Clinton, only when the media inquired, would say Clinton is improving and looking forward to being back soon.

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Study links protein in wheat to chronic inflammation conditions

Consuming a family of proteins found in wheat can lead to a host of chronic health conditions, United European Gastroenterology scientists say in a study. The research turns the focus away from gluten, typically linked to various digestive problems, to a family of proteins called amylase-trypsin inhibitors, or ATIs. According to scientists involved with the study, the proteins trigger inflammation …

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Choosing a mate: It’s the brain, not the nose, that knows

Female moths produce a sex pheromone, a different blend of chemicals for each species, which attracts males from a distance. Males detect these chemicals with exquisitely sensitive hair-like structures in the antenna. These hairs contain specialized neurons, nerve cells that express pheromone receptors which are activated when they bind to individual pheromone components. Different species have different pheromone receptors, and …

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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 …