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vitamindcouncil.org  All you need to know about vitamin D.

New York DWI  This non-profit organization tells you all things about drunk driving.

http://www.bevolution.dk/indexbevolution.html  This site tells you how dangerous it is to use wireless technology.

breastcancerfund.org  This is an very informative website dedicated to breast cancer. It's consumer-friendly.

Shirleys-wellness-cafe.com read something that you can find in mainstream news media.

http://www.atkinsexposed.org  The site gives details about Atkins diet. Those who are on or want to try the diet plan should read this site.

http://www.toxicteeth.org/ learn about the toxicty of dental filings

wellnessresources.com Nutrition and health and medical politics

Garynull.com  Lots of goodies.  Can't learn from CNN.

Center for Medical Consumers do not accept financial aid from th drug industry.


shirleys-wellness-cafe.com

http://www.chinesemedicinenews.com publishes some Chinese medicine news irregularly.

http://www.cancure.org - a good source for alternative cancer treatments.

http://www.feingold.org/  -- The Feingold® Association of the United States is dedicated to helping children and adults apply proven dietary techniques for better behavior, learning and health, and to generating public awareness of the potential role of foods and synthetic additives in behavior, learning and health problems.

http://www.aicr.org - American Institute of Cancer Research is an organization that is interested in investigating how diet and lifestyle affect cancer risk.

http://www.vitaminb17.org - This site publishes information on vitamin B 17, which is claimed to have anti-cancer activity.

http://www.fluoridealert.org - this is a great site that reveals all types of adverse effects fluoride may cause in human beings.  If you think your municipal water system does any good by fluoridating your tapwater, you need to think again.

DrDay.com -- A distinguished physician who once suffered serious breast cancer has recovered from the disease without using conventional medicine and been well for nearly a decade. She told her story on her website that may be interesting to those who believe in alternative treatments of cancer.

Marlerblog -- http://www.marlerblog.com/  Bill Marler is a very active food poisoning lawyer. His firm also maintains a not-for-profit website, which is a great source of information on foodborne pathogens and food recalls.

Food Law Prof Blog -- http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/foodlaw/  This is a shameless plug.  I edit this "blog."  It's more of a food law-related headlines service than a blog.  I don't write much commentary.  Topics of interest are anything to do with food law or policy from agricultural to processing to labeling to health issues.

U.S. Food Policy Blog -- http://usfoodpolicy.blogspot.com/ .  Edited by food economist Professor Parke Wilde.  This is one of my favorite food policy websites.  I respect the writing and trust the source.

www.bioinitiative.org A Rationale for a Biologically-based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields (ELF and RF)

http://www.cancerproject.org This is a  good site that promotes use of proper diet to fight against a variety of cancers.

http://www.essiacinfo.org/ At her clinic in Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada, many cancer sufferers claimed they had years added to their lives...

www.centerforfoodsafety.org  Challenging harmful food production technologies and promoting sustainable alternatives.

http://rachel.org/home_eng.htm  Providing understandable scientific information about human health and the environment.

www.wisconsinmidwife.org   Got a baby to deliver? Consider hiring a midwife for a gentle and loving hand. A midwife can help you without using dangerous drugs and tools that ob/gyn use often.

www.organicconsumers.com  Read the site for updated what's going on in the organic industry. What the consumers can do to protect their organic foods.

www.cancertutor.com  This may be one of the comprehensive site that collects all the information on alternative cancer therapies.

www.EWG.org  A not-for-profit organization promoting environmental health. It publishes many topics that you can't read elsewhere.

www.foodnews.org  You think all foods are the same in terms of safety. Think again. The site tells you what you need to avoid to minimize your exposure to pesticides.

www.commonground.ca  A magazine dedicated to health, wellness, ecology and personal growth.

www.rense.com  Read all the interesting subjects including food and health, updated often.

www.rachel.org  A site monitoring environmental health and policies.

www.citizen.org  Public citizen - the veteran advocate for consumers' interest and rights.

www.preventcancer.com  A professor tells something that you can use to prevent cancer.

www.radical.org  Read articles by John Gofman, a distinguished professor of UCLA and get to know what risk x-ray imposes on patients. According to his lengthy report, 75 percent cancer cases are exposed to x-ray.

www.newstarget.com  A site publishing all types of news on alternative health.

www.vitamincfoundation.org  Tons of information on use of vitamin C as a therapeutical to treat many diseases including cancer.

www.TheChinaStudy  A book by Cornell University nutritionist T. Colin Campbell who tells you in the book why in the West, so many chronic diseases strike so many people and how to easily prevent diseases by adopting a healthy diet.

www.truthinlabeling.org  A site publishing secrets about the toxicity of MSG.

www.centerforfoodsafety.org  A non-profit public interest and environmental advocacy membership organization established in 1997 by its sister organization, International Center for Technology Assessment, for the purpose of challenging harmful food production technologies and promoting sustainable alternatives.

www.consumerworld.org  Tons of information for consumers.

www.iicph.org/index.shtml  International Institute of Concern for Public Health

www.notmilk.com  Milk does the body good, right? But this site tells a different story about milk.  Be prepared to get shocked.

www.pcrm.org  Not all physicians are conventional. Some physicians involved in the organization are open to alternative treatments.

www.yourhealthbase.com  Lots of informative health information on controversial issues, updated 10 times a year.

www.Curezone.com  One of most active sites of alternative medicine, lots of testimonials.

www.drrathresearch.org  Many cancers may not be as scary as thought as long as you get the right treatment.  This research organization pursues alternative treatments for cancer and other diseases, which have helped many patients as claimed.

Institute of Responsible Technology  It is interesting to those who want to learn about genetically modified organisms (GMOs)

Preventive Medicine Research Institute  According to Dr. Dean Ornish, heart disease can be prevented or even cured without medicine.  How?  Follow a healthy lifestyle and eat a healthy diet.

http://www.whale.to /  This site may help consumers to understand how the medical business is being run.  Those who count on doctors and hospitals for their health needs may find them shocked by reading the articles on the site.

www.knowledgeofhealth.com  The site run by health journalist Bill Sardi offers tons of health information that the mainstream news media could not offer.  Those who are not happy with the reporting of the major news outlets should take a look.

www.prostate90.com/book/bio.html  Diagnosed with prostate cancer?  Considering chemotherapy and or radiotherapy while you have no insurance as to how effective they are?  Dr. Larry Clapp says you don't need any conventional invasive treatments.  90 days of alternative treatments get you back to normal.

www.scorecard.org  Every family moves on average once every eight years. But do you know how environemntally safe the city you are moving to is?  Check out scorecard.org, which gives you detailed information on the environment safety of your city.

www.bestplaces.net  You get paid $80k a year in Madison, Wisconsin. Now you want to move to Dallas, Texas for a job which offers $95. The question you have is, is the salary better off or worse off?  Bestplaces.net gives you that type of answer.

http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/  Lots of current information on nutrients and diseases.  You got to read it to appreciate it.

http://www.precaution.org   "Foresight and Precaution, in the News and in the World"

http://www.hir.nu/Publications.htm This is an excellent source of EMF and cancer managed by real authorities in the area.


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