April 2013 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Ignore reports that link salt with health issues. If there is a link here, it's not salt, it's junk sodium

Ignore reports that link salt with multiple sclerosis. If there is a link, salt is not the problem. It’s far more likely that junk sodium — found in a wide range of processed foods — is the culprit.

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When drug sales reps pitch drugs to doctors, they often neglect to mention dangerous side effects

According to a new survey, when drug sales reps pitch drugs to doctors, they often neglect to mention dangerous side effects, including black box warnings, even though they’re required to by law.

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If you feel like a snack, and you choose the right one, you might significantly lower risk of type 2 diabetes

If you feel like a snack, and you choose the right one, you might significantly lower risk of type 2 diabetes. New Harvard research shows that frequent walnut intake curbs type 2 risk.

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This is a perfect example of how irrational it is to leave alternative medicine out of the loop

It’s irrational to use a powerful drug to address a mild health issue that can be treated easily with alternative medicine. Men with benign prostatic hyperplasia need to know there’s a better way.

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Bitter tasting foods are less popular than sweet, but far healthier

Bitter foods aren’t the most popular, but pound for pound, they’re among the healthiest. Spinach, cranberries, red apples, and rhubarb are excellent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant cancer-fighters.

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In spite of repeated warnings, acetaminophen overdoses are still occurring in hospitals

Acetaminophen can be toxic, but many health pros are still not getting the message. New research shows this can be a potentially tragic problem during hospital stays.

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Exclusive! HSI uncovers government email bombshell: Are public scientists admitting this brain tumor cure is being covered up?

After the initial discovery by the NIH back in 2009, they published no more research on this possible brain tumor cure. Did they conduct more research into this cancer-fighting rainforest tree’s impact on NF tumors?

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