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Health Benefits Of “Moderate” Drinking Are A Myth

Drinking reasonable amounts of red wine and other alcohol for the health benefits has long been touted by wine aficionados and casual drinkers alike. But the widely reported and beloved tidbit of conventional pop science wisdom — moderate drinking is good for your health! — has always been less reliable than the rhetoric might have indicated, and new research is…

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What they won’t tell you: The sun is a full-spectrum medicine that can heal cancer

Editor’s Note: “Truly the light is sweet, and a pleasant thing it is for the eyes to behold the sun:” – Ecclesiastes 11:7 (NaturalNews) “Those that have attempted to convince the world that the Sun, the Earth’s primary source of energy and life causes cancer, have done so with malicious intent to deceive the masses into retreating from the one thing…

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New study finds organic foods are healthier than conventionally grown foods

Editor’s Note: “Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God”. -1 Corinthians 10:31 Organic food is controversial, mostly because food is political. People like me who choose to eat organic produce and other foods grown and raised without poisons, carcinogens, heavy metals, other harmful toxic chemicals, and genetically engineered food are…

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Why Almost Everything You’ve Been Told About Unhealthy Foods Is Wrong

Editor’s Note: The Bible says that eggs are good and that the Lord ate butter. (Luke 11:12-13, Isaiah 7:15) Christians should have never fell for the lies that said these things are bad and need to be replaced. Could eating too much margarine be bad for your critical faculties? The “experts” who so confidently advised us to replace saturated fats,…

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Government Seeking Inclusion of ‘Social and Behavioral’ Data in Health Records

  BY: Elizabeth Harrington Follow @GoliadGal September 13, 2013 3:30 pm   The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) wants to require health care providers to include “social and behavioral” data in Electronic Health Records (EHR) and to link patient’s records to public health departments, it was announced last week. Health care experts say the proposal raises additional privacy…

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