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Is early diagnosis always better?

    RetinaLyze – Danish AI supplier had the opportunity to contribute to significant discussion on the future of health diagnostics through oculomics, as featured in a recent publication called “Is early diagnosis always better” by The College of Optometrists.   “Oculomics combines a number of technologies, including high-resolution imaging such as OCT and fundus […]

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Olive oil not only supports heart health but potentially brain health, as well – scientists analyzed

  A new study suggests that incorporating olive oil into your diet could help reduce the risk of dying from dementia. As many countries face rising rates of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, the study offers hope that healthy lifestyle factors such as diet can help to prevent or slow the progression of […]

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Pesticides banned by the EU because of harm and danger are still in our food or environment!

Banned pesticides still widely used! How EU Member states abuse emergency authorisations? Pesticides banned by the EU because of harm and danger are still in our food or environment. Many EU countries continue to allow their use. In a new report, PAN Europe exposes the widespread abuse of emergency derogations in the EU.   Carcinogenic, mutagenic, genotoxic […]

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Are you in yoga?

YOGA – sport or philosophy of life? Every person knows about the benefits of moving the body and about endless list of healthy outcomes of daily body activity. So, why do we delay the moment of starting a good routine? For those who have not started any workout yet, try yoga. Agi Jensen, wellknown fashion designer […]

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Calling for an end to all unethical studies – especially those with the underlying motive of expanding the market for formulas  and ultra processed products for children

IBFAN is launching a PETITION calling for an immediate halt to a new study  –  funded by the Gates Foundation and led by researchers from the University of California – that is randomly allocating infant formula to breastfeedin low-birth-weight babies in Uganda and Guinea-Bissau on assumption that this might prevent wasting and stunting. The study, […]

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The uniqueness of ORGANIC LIFE Final Gala lies in going beyond the scope of ecology itself

In the meadows in Juchowo, representatives of various ecological environments, scientists, doctors and activists met. The ORGANIC LIFE TOP 50 Final Gala was preceded by the Ecomedicine Congress and the Ecological Networking Session. The program of the day, full of attractions, turned out to be extremely beneficial for the participants! Text: Żaneta Geltz Great personalities […]

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