Press Release: Urgent open letter to EMA from doctors & scientists regarding vaccine safety concerns.A group of scientists and doctors has today issued an open letter calling on the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to answer urgent safety questions regarding COVID-19 vaccines, or withdraw the vaccines’ authorisation.
A 2015 study published in the European Journal of Public Health showed that drinking chamomile tea may help prevent thyroid cancer.(: Chamomile tea is not just for promoting sleep; it has other health benefits as well.).
Scientists have long known about oleuropein’s ability to fight free radicals and support healthy blood vessels, but only recently has research revealed how effective a highly purified olive leaf extract rich in this amazing plant compound can be at promoting balanced blood pressure, normal cholesterol and triglyceride levels and optimal overall cardiovascular health.
4 German Toxicologist Also Criticized BfR's Glyphosate Assessment Peter Clausing, Ph.D., a former industry toxicologist who is now in the employ of Pesticide Action Network Germany, also criticized the BfR assessment and claimed the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) committed scientific fraud when they contradicted the IARC, concluding that glyphosate is not carcinogenic.
“Considering that we tested less than 20% of the active substances currently approved in the EU markets, pesticide residue occurrence in soils might actually be higher,” the authors state.
Reduces inflammation — A 2005 study involving lab rats, published in the European Journal of General Medicine, validated the anti-inflammatory potential of clove essential oil when compared to two nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
i.e. While watching cat videos may stimulate your brain (marginally), reading a new book or thinking creatively may target neglected circuits of your brain that you want to grow again.
In addition to spreading resistance to antibiotics that are therapeutically important, Testbiotech – a European Institute for Independent Impact Assessment of Biotechnology – says that the viable bacteria in animal feed means the EU is also facing potentially the biggest case of uncontrolled spread of non-approved genetically engineered organisms in its history.
Similarly, a 2014 European study published in The Journal of Marriage and Family found that watching grandchildren daily boosted verbal fluency, although other cognitive areas such as memory and math skills suffered when the caretaking was an every-day responsibility.
Authors of a literature review involving data collected from more than 602,000 individuals across Australia, Europe and the U.S. assert anthocyanins, a flavonoid pigment found in a variety of fruits and vegetables, may lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, as well as help in the treatment of certain types of cancer and diabetes.
The study, which took place at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder, found that home showerheads can be a huge source of bacteria that is then sprayed upon people every time they step into the shower to, ironically enough, get clean.1 These results are based on an examination of samples of water collected from showerheads in 656 homes throughout the United States and Europe.
Beyond that, a 2017 meta-analysis of 29 studies involving more than 938,000 participants, published in the European Journal of Epidemiology,13 indicated the consumption of dairy products such as cheese, milk and yogurt had a neutral effect on health.
But studies published in the European Journal of Pharmacology show that carnosine can indeed reduce brain damage in such situations.17 Coupled with previous studies that have demonstrated the neuroprotective role carnosine can play when it comes to adult brain damage, it's not hard to see why carnosine supplementation has built a reputation as one of the best things you can do to reduce your chances of succumbing to Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Taking high doses of supplements containing green tea extracts may be associated with liver damage, according to new research from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). However, high consumption of green tea infusions did not indicate liver damage due to the drinks having a lower concentration of antioxidants.