Monthly Archives: August 2012

Crazy is as crazy does

Diphtheria was one of the most feared of childhood diseases in Great Grandma’s day that in today’s time has almost completely disappeared. Doctors and educated mucky-mucks insist that the decline is from the DPT vaccine, but there is ample evidence … Continue reading

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How now sick cow?

Well Duh! Researchers from the California State University in Chico found that grass-fed beef had healthier fats of higher quality, higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids, more of vitamins A and E, and higher levels of antioxidants. They also found … Continue reading

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Death by doctor

In March and May 2007, the FDA issued national Avandia warnings to alert everyone about the health risks associated with Avandia use. The FDA (Fatal Drugs Allowed) also ordered GlaxoSmithKline to print “black box” warnings on Avandia labels which are … Continue reading

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Varicose veins and butcher’s broom

Butcher’s broom is a traditional remedy for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, circulatory conditions, relief of leg pain caused by poor circulation – including swelling, itching, cramping, heaviness, tension and numbness. Butcher’s broom reduces urine retention, helps relieve constipation, kidney stones, gastrointestinal … Continue reading

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One out of three suffer

Medications will NEVER overcome a nutritional deficiency or sedentary lifestyle. According to the Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) about 100 million Americans, more than one-third of the US population now suffer from some form of chronic disease like asthma, diabetes, … Continue reading

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Poor return for poor countries

For poor countries where people eat few animal products, reaching self-sufficiency in food grains requires just 170 kg (Taiwan) of cereals per person per year. But that number quickly rises when people switch from a grain-based diet to a meat-based … Continue reading

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Iron man anemia

During any infection, the body levels of iron are depressed in a condition called anemia, or hypoferremic response. Anemia is often a defensive response in the body to infection and chronic disorders rather than being a condition by itself. If … Continue reading

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More risky than beneficial

Atypical antipsychotic medications are used to treat the symptoms of bipolar affective disorder. The risk of extrapyramidal side effects and the risk for tardive dyskinesia makes you wonder who thought up this evil. In studies these drugs often fail to … Continue reading

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Give it a rest already!

Maintaining a healthy posture at all times is critical for preventing back, neck and other skeletal problems in general. Particularly as it pertains to the head and shoulders area. Remember to take breaks from work by breathing deep, looking up, … Continue reading

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Myth busted: Vaccinations are not immunizations

Vaccines do not provide long-term immunity; only temporary at best. In vaccines, an antigen is injected into the body to produce a reaction and the immune system responds in the form of antibodies, but antibody presence does not confer immunity. … Continue reading

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Coffee consumption at work saves lives!

There is a May 17 report with the results of a widely publicized study of the association between coffee consumption and reduced mortality. Coffee consumption appeared to reduce the rate of death from accidents and injuries at work. But don’t … Continue reading

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Gree tea theanine

Theanine in green tea helps reduce the effects of stress. According to study published in Biological Psychology in 2007, researchers found theanine-treated participants were less likely to have increased heart rates when performing a stressful task. Green-tea-derived theanine in supplement … Continue reading

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Booming in a down economy

Who is doing well in this economy? Big Pharma! Name-brand meds prices inflated at more than TRIPLE the rate of the Consumer Price Index over the past five years. Most drugs are marked up hundreds or even thousands of times. … Continue reading

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GMO madness

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine states, “…several animal studies indicate serious health risks associated with GM food consumption including infertility, immune dysregulation, accelerated aging, dysregulation of genes associated with cholesterol synthesis, insulin regulation, cell signaling, and protein formation, and … Continue reading

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Potty talk

Here’s a clue, now find the cause and fix it peeps! Researchers watched the bathroom habits of nearly 16,000 people and found that those under 65 who made two or more toilet trips each night had twice the risk of … Continue reading

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Pass the salt!

Journal of General Internal Medicine: Stats show that people who eat the least salt suffer from the highest rates of death as a result of heart disease. The patients in the study who ate the least salt were 80 PERCENT … Continue reading

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The experts have failed to treat ADHD

ADD/ADHD is a “disorder of the brain”. It’s high time to take this disorder out of the hands of the medical specialists, who have not only outright failed to treat this non-medical condition but have caused much harm to our … Continue reading

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Pink in the sink?

Seeing pink in the sink? When you brush your teeth and spit, this is not normal. Bleeding gums are often a sign of something that is easy to correct by regular flossing and brushing less vigorously. But sometimes bleeding gums … Continue reading

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Flu vaccine madness

WARNING: Two years ago immunologist Dr. Hugh Fundenberg and colleagues discovered that people at 55 years of age who receive the flu vaccine each year for 5 years in a row increase their risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease a whopping … Continue reading

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Buy the right salt

Journal of General Internal Medicine: Stats show that people who eat the least salt suffer from the highest rates of death as a result of heart disease. The patients in the study who ate the least salt were 80 PERCENT … Continue reading

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