On a near-party-line vote, the House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a resolution authorizing the House leadership to sue President Barack Obama for regulatory action taken last year that delayed the health care reform law’s employer mandate Continue reading
U.S. health insurer WellPoint Inc. on Wednesday reported a decline in second-quarter profit, but its closely watched medical costs as a percentage of Continue reading
Many believe that Biblical signs of famine and pestilence have begun to appear in our world, and that’s why the title of this article quotes Ezekiel 5:12.
In what is now admitted by all the top infectious disease experts to be a “post-antibiotics era” where Big Pharma’s drugs are useless, Continue reading
To determine whether you’re getting enough sleep, assess the quality of your waking day. If your energy is steady and rhythmic through the day, you’re probably getting good-quantity and good-quality sleep
To optimize your Continue reading
Truckers MedCallAssist is a new telemedicine program designed to connect truck drivers instantly with a board-certified emergency-trained physician 24 hours a day. Continue reading
One of the greatest long-term problems that health conscious individuals face is the pervasive contamination of the food supply. For decades, the FDA and other governmental agencies have allowed the multi-billion dollar food industry to grow and process its products with hundreds of questionably safe Continue reading
The sodium fluoride added to U.S. water supplies is contaminated with the toxic elements lead, tungsten and aluminum, a Natural News Forensic Food Labs investigation has revealed. Strontium and uranium were also found in substantial quantities in some samples, raising additional questions about the purity of industrial fluoride used for water fluoridation. Continue reading
After studying more than 1,000 pediatric telemedicine consultations offered in Latin America, researchers at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh–a University of Pittsburgh Medical Center hospital– Continue reading
On Monday, several medical societies and a pharmaceutical industry group sent a letter to CMS asking for more details about how data will be displayed on its soon-to-be released physician payment database, Wall Street Journal‘s “Pharmalot” reports (Loftus, “Pharmalot,” Wall Street Journal, 7/28).
Two years ago, meta-analysis by Stanford University found that organic foods are less contaminated with agricultural chemicals
A new analysis confirms that while conventional and organic vegetables oftentimes offer similar levels Continue reading
A great deal of pharmaceutical research has gone into analyzing the active ingredients in herbs to find out how and why they work. In some cases, the action is due to a specific chemical present in the herb or it may be due to a complex synergistic interaction among various constituents of the plant. Continue reading
As a general rule, organic foods are safer, and probably healthier, than conventional foods, for the simple fact that you’re ingesting fewer toxins
If you can only afford to buy some foods organic, make it organic grass-fed meats and butter. This will cut down on your exposure to toxic pesticides, hormones, and antibiotics Continue reading
A group of engineers in Spain are working on a seatbelt that can monitor the driver’s heart rate and alert them to pull over in order to prevent accidents from driver fatigue. Continue reading
Rep. Mike Thompson (D-Calif.)
Representatives Mike Thompson (D-Calif.) and Glenn Thompson (R-Penn.) are set to announce a new telehealth bill soon. Like some of Mike Thompson’s previous telehealth efforts, the bill seeks to amend the Title XVIII of the Social Security Act, the law that has long limited government-reimbursed telemedicine to rural areas and specific use cases.
As Jonathan Linkous, CEO of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), Continue reading
Strength training is an integral part of any well-rounded exercise program, regardless of your age or gender, and you’re never too old to begin Strength training produces significant Continue reading