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  • Hyperthermia
    Hyperthermia: An Emerging Adjunctive Cancer Therapy
    Written By: Dr. Adam McLeod, ND, BScHyperthermia is an emerging therapy that has great potential as an adjunctive cancer therapy. In Germany, hyperthermia, also known as “oncothermia” has been used for decades in conjunction with...
  • New breast cancer treatment has less side-effects
    New breast cancer treatment has less side-effects
    Side-effects are a major problem with breast cancer treatment. Now, a new study by researchers at UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that women diagnosed with breast cancer and treated with a one-week regimen of partial...
  • Why cell phones may be more dangerous for children
    Why cell phones may be more dangerous for children
    Based on research, cell phones have been declared a possible cancer-causing agent by the World Health Organization. Cell phones emit radiation when they are turned on, even when not in use, and the weaker the signal reception, the higher the...
  • Obese man
    Some childhood cancer treatments boost risk for obesity later in life
    New research suggests that childhood cancer survivors – particularly those treated with cranial radiation or chemotherapy with glucocorticoids – are 14 percent more likely to be obese in adulthood than their healthy peers. The study,...
  • Fukushima radioactivity arrives in North America
    Fukushima radioactivity arrives in North America
    The first known systematic study of the transport of radioactivity from the Fukushima nuclear reactor disaster has shown that radioactive material from the disaster was transported by ocean currents to North America in June of 2013. John Norton...
  • Active surveillance recommended for prostate cancer
    Active surveillance recommended for prostate cancer
    A new study has found that active surveillance is preferable to surgery or radiation for low- and intermediate-risk prostate cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, in some men, such as the elderly or those with major health problems it...
  • Chernobyl drone: Destroyed wasteland stuns viewers, video goes viral of Chernobyl
    Chernobyl drone: Video of radiation aftermath shocks, nuclear disaster wasteland
    A Chernobyl drone is shocking viewers everywhere of the nuclear disaster that has resulted following the “destruction” of this Ukraine territory. New footage provided by Danny Cooke, a rising filmmaker, reveals the barren wasteland...
  • Earth has invisible force field, which is very much like what "Star Trek" had in the movie and TV show is baffling scientists
    Earth electron shield discovered: Invisible shield around planet baffling find
    Scientists have discovered an invisible shield that surrounds Earth and they are comparing it to the force field seen in the movie and TV show “Star Trek.” This invisible shield sits roughly 7,200 miles above the Earth’s surface...
  • Doctor reading brain scans
    Falls cause of most head injuries in young children
    Falls are the most common cause of head injuries in children under the age of 2, according to a new study. The findings are published in the Nov. 13 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine.Previous studies have shown that traumatic brain...
  • Fukushima Beach
    Fukushima fallout to spread worldwide
    “Fukushima!” The word will soon become the battle cry of the environmentalists when they notice the environmental nightmare right under our noses, presenting an imminent danger. Fukushima! Eventually, most of the world will feel some...
  • UCLA stem cell research may lead to new cancer treatments
    UCLA stem cell research may lead to new cancer treatments
    Significant research is ongoing at UCLA’s Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research. The center’s latest breakthrough was the discovery that a unique protein, pleiotrophin, can promote recovery of bone...
  • Does bilateral mastectomy for breast cancer increase survival?
    Does bilateral mastectomy for breast cancer increase survival?
    When breast cancer is diagnosed, one option that is often is considered is whether to also remove the noncancerous breast, a procedure known as a double mastectomy. A large study of California women investigated whether the procedure increased...
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    Hawaii: Wifi Generation and the bra
    Aloha all you environmental readers out there!Have you ever seen how technology has becomemore advance nowadays?Have you ever noticed on how many things are becoming wireless?Have you thought about how Wifi can affect one's health?If any of...
  • Mars from the Hubble space telescope
    A lunar phenomenon holds the key for anti-radiation deflector shields
    A Monday post at the Physics arXiv blog reports that a natural phenomenon on the moon may hold the key to protecting astronauts on long term deep space mission from radiation. Beyond the Earth’s magnetic field, particles from the sun as well...
  • Some older men with prostate cancer do not benefit from surgery or radiation
    Some older men with prostate cancer do not benefit from surgery or radiation
    A new UCLA study has found that treating older men with early-stage prostate cancer who also have other major health problems with aggressive therapies such as surgery or radiation therapy does not help them live longer; in fact, it may actually...
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