Category: Health


FDA Gets Radiation Happy With Our Food

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq.
The food manufacturing process in our country is inefficient, resulting in a serious problem in the control of food borne pathogens and the illnesses they cause.  In the past, the FDA who…

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Recent Study Reports How to Prevent Diabetes

A recent six-year study from China reports that exercise and diet helped to prevent diabetes and lowered death rates for high-risk people.  In addition, the report suggests that death rates are particularly lower for women when they adhere to lifestyle…

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10 Best Exercises for Spring

Whether you’re just ridiculously happy to finally get outdoors after a long, harsh winter or you’ve had the sudden realization that swimsuit season is only a few weeks away, spring is an awesome time to get in shape. And, since…

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Personal Zen: Free Smart Phone App Reduces Anxiety and Makes you Feel Good

Interesting research results for my favorite new smart phone app, Personal Zen (and it’s free). It’s a simple game based on proven psychological principles that make you feel good.
According to research published in the Clinical Psychological Science journal, playing…

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Anxiety Caused by Reading Xanax Side Effects

Xanax (Alprazolam), the popular prescription used for anxiety disorders, panic attacks and is even prescribed for chemotherapy related nausea has a list of side effects a mile long. In fact, I’m a pretty calm and down to earth person but…

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Warning: If You Use a Computer You Should be Doing These Eye Exercises

Just because we are getting older doesn’t mean we have to resolve ourselves to losing ground with our vision. It is medically proven that with regular exercise of the eye muscles you can minimize eyestrain and maintain or even improve…

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Aspartame – A Hidden Schedule II Narcotic

What? That can’t be right, you are likely thinking.
It is.
The methanol in aspartame affects the dopamine system of the brain causing addiction. Methanol, or wood alcohol, is classified as a severe metabolic poison.
Aspartame is a dipeptide molecule…

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Federal Law Proposed To Override States From Passing GMO Label Laws

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq.
Notwithstanding the best efforts of the Biotech Industry to stop GMO labeling at the state level, the GMO label movement in support of the peoples’ right to know what is in our…

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Pediatric GERD Relieved With Chiropractic Care

A recent case report published at Journal of Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics lends support to the idea that chiropractic treatment can provide relief of pediatric GERD. There have been past reports of chiropractic care relieving GERD in adults. This report suggests that other…

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Warning: How to Clean Up Biohazard in Broken Light Bulbs

As the good old fashioned light bulbs are being phased out and the compact fluorescent light are being forced on consumers, does everyone understand that they can’t simply throw the broken or burned out bulbs into their trash?  Due to…

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