(NaturalNews) A potentially lethal gastrointestinal disease that primarily affects premature newborns may be prevented by a protein found in breast milk — but not in formula — according to a study conducted by researchers from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, the University of Iowa…


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Dietary shortages of crucial minerals like zinc may be keeping almost a third of the world’s people from optimizing their immune system. Research shows that adequate zinc intake reduces the severity and duration of illness caused by the common cold.

I know. I know. Karl Marx. Got it. But you’ve never heard the complete context of the quote you thought you knew. That’s history, Sparky. As Tolstoy said, history would be a wonderful thing if only it were true. Such …

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The U.S. House of Representatives has not just left town, but prior to leaving passed a rule preventing any member from using the War Powers Resolution to force Congress to return and vote on war. Here’s a video of Congressman … Continue reading

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(NaturalNews) Breast cancer patients who consume large amounts of soy may make the disease worse, according to a study conducted by researchers from Georgetown University and the Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center in New York, and published in the Journal of the National Cancer…


While many economists and market watchers have failed to notice, we have entered a new chapter in the short and checkered history of central banking. This paradigm shift, as yet unaddressed in the textbooks, changes the basic policy tools that have traditionally defined the sphere of macroeconomic decision-making. The job of a central banker is supposed to be the calibration of interest rates to achieve the optimal rate of growth for any particular economic environment. It is hoped that successful decisions, which involve perfectly timed moves to raise rates when the economy overheats and lower them when it cools, would bring … Continue reading