Category: Natural Health News

Fast food marketing for children disproportionately targets certain communities

A newly published research study examining only marketing directed at children on the interior and exterior of fast food restaurants has found that black, as well as middle-income communities and rural areas, are disproportionately exposed to such marketing tactics. Authored by Arizona State University researcher…

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Chemical present in broccoli, other vegetables may improve autism symptoms

Sulforaphane treatment produces significant improvements in small study, results must be repeated A small study led by investigators at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has found evidence that daily treatment with sulforaphane – a molecule found in foods…

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US Farmers Launch Billion Dollar Legal Actions over China GM Corn Export Scandal

By Courthouse News Seed giant Syngenta faces billion-dollar class actions in three states, claiming China is rejecting U.S. corn shipments because Syngenta released a genetically altered variety before the crop was approved for export to China. Syngenta “destroyed the export of U.S. corn to China…

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USDA Awards Over $52 Million in Grants to Grow Organic and Local Food Economies

USDA Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the award of over $52 million in support of the growing organic industry and local and regional food systems through five U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) grant programs. The Secretary made the announcement during an event with Virginia…

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Lesser Known Turmeric Compound Regenerates Brain Stem Cells

By Natural Blaze Components of turmeric – a well-known ingredient in curry spice – are wildly studied today for its anti-inflammatory effects and cancer prevention. It turns out, a lesser-known bioactive turmeric compound promotes stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the brain, according to new…

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