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Ask The Blood Detective – Health Confidence – 02.11.17

Dr. Michael Wald, known as the blood detective, is host of, Ask The Blood Detective every Saturday at 1 o’clock on PRNFM online radio. Health Confidence has been “…called one of Dr. WALD’s best shows ever due to the depth of his discussions on how Health Confidence literally and biochemically sets the stage for health building and disease formation. Dr. WALD skillfully intertwines how our concepts about health shape our chemistry and how to use real world science, like blood testing, to maximize quality of life and perhaps premature death. Dr. Michael Wald is Supervisor of Longevity at Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco. Www.IntegratedNutritionNY.com. Email: Info@BloodDetective.com

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Globe-trotting pollutants raise some cancer risks 4 times higher than predicted

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A new way of looking at how pollutants ride through the atmosphere has quadrupled the estimate of global lung cancer risk from a pollutant caused by combustion, to a level that is now double the allowable limit recommended by the World Health Organization. The findings, published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences …

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The Gary Null Show – 01.19.17

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing covering the topics such as Vitamin E, how excerise can help the effects of aging and more on anti-aging. As the program goes on Gary Null gets into Obama’s cabinet as his final days of being presidant comes to an end. To end the show Gary plays some audio clips on See What Would Happen If Soda Companies Kept It Real in Commercials and Doctor’s shocking recommendation about drinking Milk!.

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Sarah DeWeerdt – Cities Are Driving Rapid Evolutionary Changes to Plant and Animal Species

Cities are driving rapid evolutionary changes to plant and animal species, according to a study published yesterday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Usually, we think of evolution as happening in remote, isolated, or pristine places—the Galapagos Islands, for example. But the new findings suggest that scientists can’t understand evolution as it’s currently occurring without grappling with the …

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Susan Kelley – For kids, poverty means psychological deficits as adults

A large and growing body of research shows that poor kids grow up to have a host of physical problems as adults Now add psychological deficits to the list, Cornell researchers say. Childhood poverty can cause significant psychological deficits in adulthood, according to a sweeping new study. The research, conducted by tracking participants over a 15-year period, is the first …

Rare look at youth post detention is bleak

A new Northwestern Medicine study offers a bleak assessment in a rare look at the outcomes of delinquent youth five and 12 years after juvenile detention. Central to poor outcomes for the youth post detention are stark and persistent racial, ethnic and gender disparities, according to the massive study that began in the mid-1990s. African-American males fared the worst, with …

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Many GMO studies have financial conflicts of interest

Financial conflicts of interest were found in 40 percent of published research articles on the genetically modified crops, also known as GMO crops, French researchers said this week. The findings in the December 15 edition of the US journal PLOS ONE focused on hundreds of research articles published in international scientific journals. “We found that ties between researchers and the …

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Why the hype around medical genetics is a public enemy

Science has always issued medical promissory notes. In the 17th century, Francis Bacon promised that an understanding of the true mechanisms of disease would enable us to extend life almost indefinitely; René Descartes thought that 1,000 years sounded reasonable. But no science has been more optimistic, more based on promises, than medical genetics. Recently, I read an article promising that …

Avoiding spiritual struggles and existential questions is linked with poorer mental health

Fear of confronting the tensions and conflicts brought on by existential concerns—the “big questions” of life—is linked with poorer mental health, including higher levels of depression, anxiety and difficulty regulating emotions, according to a new Case Western Reserve University study. “Religious and spiritual struggles—conflicts with God or religious people, tough questions about faith, morality, and the meaning of life—these are …