June 2015 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Why the FDA is in the dark about so many food ingredients

Thousands of chemical additives have been declared safe over the last 57 years, but not by the FDA. They are approved instead by a top secret trade group that won’t let us in on what it knows about these substances.

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The shocking truth about searching for medical info on WebMD

WebMD, which calls itself a “leading source for trustworthy and timely health and medical” information, isn’t what you think it is. In fact, you’ll likely be shocked when you find out who it partners with.

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The ‘undercover' technique now being used to pitch risky meds

They might not look like drug commercials, but that’s actually what they are. “Disease awareness” campaigns are the sneaky new strategy Big Pharma has begun using to promote its products without having to list their dangerous side effects.

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The unnecessary and risky test millions of women are conned into taking

The DXA scan is so filled with errors and inaccuracies that about the only thing it can predict with any real precision is that you have bones. It can also cause the very thing it’s meant to prevent. Yet, women are constantly being told it’s essential.

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Trans fats: Still a threat to heart health, despite FDA ‘eviction notice’

In three years artificial trans fat should be gone from processed foods – that is if everything goes according to plan. But you still have to watch out for its pernicious presence in numerous products.

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How many have been misdiagnosed with Alzheimer's disease?

The overuse of more than 100 drugs that can mimic Alzheimer’s symptoms is a dirty little secret that even many doctors don’t know.

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New meds trading low cholesterol for dementia?

The next billion-dollar drugs to hit the market could end up robbing millions of their most treasured possession: their minds. Here’s why you need to stay as far away as possible from these dangerous meds.

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