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Hormone Disruption: Fluoride and Your Wireless Device

Wireless radiation and Fluoridation RE – http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0009912011027330 It shows that long term exposure (six years) to both cellphones and their base stations can alter human hormone profiles. The most significant (which the authors describe as highly significant in the text) are their effects on the thyroid hormones, which show a …

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The New View for 2012

For about two decades I have been writing and education about thermography as a better and safer screening method for breast cancer.  The two best reasons are that it does not expose you to unnecessary radiation and it detects 10 years earlier than x-ray.This article may help you have a …

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A Most Sensible Resolution for 2012

Water!Yes, you’ve heard this cry many times I am sure.  But even in today’s world it is extremely important to your health.  Its also not the truth, as so many in mainstream medicine tell you, that those 8 glasses a days aren’t necessary. Well, I certainly agree that the 8 glasses …

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How big is the bang from osteoporosis drugs?

From Susan Brown, PhD Answering the question “how big is the bang from osteoporosis drugs?” can be quite challenging.One reason is that the statistical calculations are complex and highly manipulated making them difficult to understand. Another is that the subjects included in the drug studies are generally highly-selected and may …

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Creeping Diseases

How we’re fooled into using more medicine than we need. This is a guest post from independent medical investigative journalist Jeanne Lenzer. She is a former Knight Science Journalism Fellow and a frequent contributor to BMJ, and has published works in  The Atlantic, The New York Times Magazine, Discover, The New …

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Support for Healthy Fats

For years I have been educating about the need for healthy fat in your diet, and for the sake of your health. I haven’t been alone in this effort as you may know if you follow Weston A. Price and others who know the real benefits of fat.  And yes, …

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Communication Key in Health Care

DURHAM, N.H., Dec. 22 (UPI) — Efforts to increase physician-nurse communication and build teamwork help reduce surgery-related complications such as blood clots, U.S. researchers say.Implementation of the Medical Team Training Program and Surgical Morbidity involved the surgical team taking a cue from aviation and having the surgical team use a …

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Long Term Mobile Exposure and Hormones

How does long term exposure to base stations and mobile phones affect human hormone profiles? Emad F. Eskander, a, , Selim F. Estefana, Ahmed A. Abd-Raboua a Hormones Department, Medical Research Division, National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt Received 9 December 2010; revised 2 November 2011; Accepted 6 November 2011. Available online 26 November 2011. Abstract …

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Settlement in Chinese Drywall Case

Chinese drywall manufacturer reaches settlement Knauf Plasterboard Tianjin, a major manufacturer of problem drywall from China, has agreed to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to repair 4500 mostly Gulf Coast area homes ruined with its product. Chris Granger, The Times-Picayune archiveA sample of the Chinese-made drywall ripped out of the Chalmette …

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DAILY ASPIRIN LINKED TO ‘WET’ AMD

Daily use of aspirin over the long term, as with coumadin, eventually causes the cell wall membrane to fail and bleeding is the end result, and it can be uncontrollable in a large number of cases. There are so many safe and effective natural supplements and remedies that will help with …

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