Recent studies are beginning to support what common sense already suggests: that chronic stress causes depression.
Dr. Steinberg's new recommendations for preventing heart disease are sure to have the opposite effect, in addition to causing developmental problems in children unlucky enough to be forced to adopt them.
A recent, large study published in Human Reproduction has demonstrated that soy products are associated with dramatic reductions in sperm counts.
The myth that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance has been permeated public consciousness, changing the way we view our lives and ourselves.
Researcher Chris Masterjohn reveals the negligence and recklessness of recent recommendations that pregnant women and kids as young as 8-years old take statin drugs.
A recent study indicates low-carb diets are superior to low-fat and Mediterranean diets for weight loss, cholesterol reduction, and control of inflammation.
What are the negative effects of antidepressants? In this article, I discuss the potential pitfalls of these commonly prescribed drugs.
A look at a recent study on the side effects of antidepressants reveals the nefarious tactics drug companies use to expand the market for their drugs.
This week I'd like to bring your attention to three articles I came across on the web which illustrate the utter madness of mainstream medicine and nutrition.