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Laetrile - Can B17 Help with Cancer ?

The anti-cancer drug Laetrile is one of the most controversial subjects in the history of medicine. Laetrile's most ardent proponents consider it to be a natural cancer cure, literally built in to the normal "vitamin architecture" of mammalian food supplies as the primary natural exogenous cancer co...

Benefits of Nootropics

 

The racetam class of drugs have been approved in Europe since the early 1970s, yet they are still not approved in the USA, and they are unlikely to be approved in the US now since their patents have long since expired.

Some nutritional companies are attempting to offer racetams in the United Sta...

Arthritis Facts and Information

 

Studies are showing that with aging there are particular abnormalities that start to present themselves such as osteopeny and other degenerative processes around the intervertebral discs. Men begin to show a decline in muscle force and this begins to show after the age of 30. 

Arthritis in hands

The normal aging...

Depression: Is there a Safe and Natural Antidepressant ?

 

In the first half of 1997, three of the top 10 prescription drugs sold in the United States were Prozac and its chemical cousins, Zoloft and Paxil. In just 6-months, these three drugs combined brought in more than $1.6 billion to their respective pharmaceutical companies.

Prozac burst upon the s...

Heart Disease

 

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) in one of its various forms is the leading cause of morbidity/ illness and mortality/death around the world. Actually atherosclerosis is now known as the leading cause of morbidity and mortality. Arteriosclerosis or atherosclerosis, (the build up of plaque within the ...

Cataracts: The Way Forward

 

A lubricating eye drop that contains a specially formulated antioxidant compound may slow or even halt the progression of age-related cataracts, according to the lead scientist who developed the compound.

The Can-C eye drop contains the antioxidant N-acetylcarnosine and is being marketed by Unit...

Alzheimer’s disease

 

Deprenyl has been shown to slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease, (Tetrud and Langston, 1989; Parkinson Study Group, 1989), and Alzheimer’s disease (Sano et al., 1997), and is now a world-wide used drug, registered in 49 countries. In his excellent review, “Deprenyl the anti-aging psychoene...