January 10, 2012

skin cancerA new breakthrough technology which is believed to annually cure as much as three thousand people who suffer from skin cancer was recently introduced and tested in Italy. Described as a ‘radioactive paint’, this technology was tested on 700 volunteers in one of Italian medical establishments, and it is reported that over 95 per cent of the participants were successfully cured from the most common types of skin cancer. The procedure lasts for just about two hours and can assist all skin cancer sufferers to get rid of their tumors without using serious treatments like traditional radiotherapy or surgery. Read the rest of this entry »

Undoubtedly, pineapple is a king of tropic fruits. Nowadays, it is available even to those who live in the most northern regions of the planet. Pineapple contains great amounts of vitamins and minerals, that is why it has a great consumer demand, especially in winter. This fruit originates from Brazil, where pineapple plants grow in their natural habitat. However, in our times pineapple is being cultivated in greenhouses throughout the world, starting for China and ending with the United States. Pineapple fruits can grow up to 11 lbs! Their pulp has 85 % water, as well as numerous useful elements and nutrients including Vitamins B1, B2, B12, C, PP, carotene, iron, zinc, copper, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iodine, manganese, glucose and organic acids and many more. Read the rest of this entry »