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6 Medical Therapies We Thought Work But Actually Might Not
John Whyte, M.D., MPH
Former Chief Medical Expert and VP, Health and Medical Educati...
Doctors may not always be well-informed about new therapies to treat medical conditions. Equally important, everyone may not know when to stop therapies, or not to recommend interventions that recent research show simply does not work as we once expected.
Two-Headed Trout and a Wrong-Headed EPA Proposal
Lead clean water legislative and policy advocate, Earthjustice
As the proposal stands, EPA may be depriving citizens of a critical tool for protecting their beloved waterways.
What Every Man Should Know About Supplements and Cancer
Paul Spector, M.D.
Founder, Pantheon; Certified health and fitness specialist
Supplements are not benign agents that can only help or at worst do nothing. A growing literature suggests that the effect of supplementation is largely defined by the nutrient status of the individual.
Changes Approved For 19 Chemical Elements
Kentucky's Coal Challenges - Public Health, Clean Water, and Clean Air
Mary Anne Hitt
Director, Sierra Club's Beyond Coal Campaign
Is This Thing On?
HuffPost Tech Intern
The tools we use should produce code flexible enough to deal with the ever-evolving products they test. And where better to test code against fast-changing, multi-platform content?
Asthma and Arthritis Medications Are Drug Muggers
Suzy Cohen, R.Ph.
Author, 'Drug Muggers', 'Diabetes WIthout Drugs' and 'The 24-...
Corticosteroid treatment has been associated with many side effects. The most noted is increased loss of bone mineral density, causing a predisposition to osteoporosis.
'Green News Report' - February 23, 2012
Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen
Co-hosts of the radio's nationally syndicated 'Green News Report'
Mountaintop Removal, an American Tragedy (VIDEO)
Executive Director, Rainforest Action Network
The impact of mountaintop removal mining is hidden from most us. If you don't live in Appalachia it's easy not to see the devastation that the practice has caused.
Coal Ash Threatens Water From Baton Rouge Southwards
Louisiana residents may think coal ash is for Appalachia to fret about. But ash from a coal-fueled power plant north of Baton Rouge is threatening drinking water along the Mississippi River.
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Dueling Docs -- the Vitamin Wars
Created and Hosted Dueling Docs for National Public Radio, vet...
We now know that no vitamin has those powers to prevent disease. Most people are probably relieved to know that they don't have to spend that money on these vitamins anymore.
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