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  1. Re: The FDA Just Approved the First Drug for Postpartum Depression

    Pretty hard for a brand-new mother to spend that many hours in a hospital.
  2. Re: Vaccine in GM fruit could wipe out hepatitis B

    Next they'll want to put vaccines in the water along with the poison fluoride.
  3. Re: OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma may declare bankruptcy

    Two thoughts: How convenient, to have a 'strong, sustainable business' and 'ample liquidity', according to a Purdue Pharma spokesperson, and yet be able to sue for bankruptcy if they so choose, to...
  4. Dressed To Kill: The Link Between Cancer & Bras

    Louise Kuo Habakus
    July 1, 2014

    [Note from Pattypans: I omitted some non-essential beginning material in order to include what seems more important and still keep close to the suggested word...
  5. Re: Should Vitamin D Supplements Be Taken To Prevent Falls In The Elderly?

    A simple piece of exercise equipment called a Bosu ball is said to help with improving balance. I use the one at the gym, but they are available on Amazon. The prices seem to vary widely.

    Oh,...
  6. Re: Whooping Cough Outbreak Hits Harvard-Westlake (Los Angeles County)

    And yet they continue to push it!
  7. Re: Public Hearings on Measles Outbreaks & Vaccine Laws: Opportunities to Voice Conce

    March 5, 2019
    Hearing on Vaccines and Outbreaks
    (no author given)

    The Senate Health Committee held a hearing to examine vaccines & preventable outbreaks. Testifying were public health...
  8. Whooping Cough Outbreak Hits Harvard-Westlake (Los Angeles County)

    Paige Austin
    Feb 26, 2019

    LOS ANGELES, CA — Thirty students at the private Harvard-Westlake School have become sickened with whooping cough in part of what health department officials say are...
  9. Re: Ketamine-like Drug Product Fails trial, Is One Step Closer to FDA Approval

    Also important to note, I think, is this, from the same NYT article:

    "Historically, the F.D.A. has required that a drug succeed in two short-term trials before it is approved; the agency loosened...
  10. Re: Ketamine-like Drug Product Fails trial, Is One Step Closer to FDA Approval

    The NYT also says that the FDA has approved Janssen's new drug: "On Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration approved a prescription treatment intended to help them, a fast-acting drug derived from...
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    Re: Measles: The New Red Scare

    I think in times past (not so distant, though), a lot of this was taught by our parents' conversation and example around the dinner table, for example. But family dinners are becoming rarer, and more...
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    Re: Measles: The New Red Scare

    Sorry to hear you're giving up, Islander. But I get it.

    At yesterday's Senate committee hearing on vaccines, titled on their page (link below) "Vaccines Save Lives: What Is Driving Preventable...
  13. Ketamine-like Drug Product Fails trial, Is One Step Closer to FDA Approval

    [According to Wikipedia, “Esketamine, sold under the brand names Ketanest among others,[2][3][4][5] is a general anesthetic and a dissociative hallucinogen.[1] It is the S(+) enantiomer of ketamine,...
  14. Re: 6 Proven Ways To Prevent Knee Pain As You Age

    At least if you already have knee pain, my chiro says that bicycling is better than walking, because of the impact of walking. From my experience, you have to make sure the seat of the bike (I have...
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    Re: Banned AGAIN!

    That's for sure, Mr. Wiz. Good one about the badge, Islander. It's been ages since I've been at Mercola.com. I quit the newsletter, which I for a long time I got just to see if an article might be...
  16. Re: The Borax Conspiracy: How the Arthritis Cure has been Stopped

    That's a good question, Islander. I've been thinking about it, and I think it must be gradually addressing the arthritis itself. In the quantities I take, it's supposed to be able to detox candida...
  17. Re: Dr. Toni Bark simply schools Washington Legislators

    I agree with you. And notice that the principle applies to all vaccines.
  18. Re: The Borax Conspiracy: How the Arthritis Cure has been Stopped

    Update to amazing boron help for my arthritis:

    I am completely sold on making a boron solution with borax and taking it to reduce arthritis pain. IT WORKS! At least it does for me, and I was in...
  19. Re: Dr. Toni Bark simply schools Washington Legislators

    I hope it's okay for me to provide in written form a few gems from Dr. Bark's testimony. She gives other information that is just as important as these, so I hope everybody who reads this will also...
  20. Re: Dr. Toni Bark simply schools Washington Legislators

    Thank you, Islander. I have definitely never read or heard any important vaccine truth stated in such a short amount of time, or so succintly. How I wish every single parent would listen to Dr....
  21. Ketamine-like Drug Product Fails trial, Is One Step Closer to FDA Approval

    [According to Wikipedia, “Esketamine, sold under the brand names Ketanest among others,[2][3][4][5] is a general anesthetic and a dissociative hallucinogen.[1] It is the S(+) enantiomer of ketamine,...
  22. Re: Best Kept Secrets To Prevent, Halt Or Even Reverse Macular Degeneration

    Stoneharbor (or anybody else): Does supplemental melatonin also help the eyes? I take a high quality liquid melatonin most nights.
  23. Re: 3 IMPORTANT LIFE SKILLS NOBODY EVER TAUGHT YOU

    I like that, Islander.
  24. Re: FDA Approves VAXELIS, Sanofi (SNY) and Merck's (MRK) Pediatric Hexavalent Combina

    My major concern is vaccines, period. My mother, born in the 1920's, was a wise woman ahead of her times for not vaccinating us after my slightly older sister was hospitalized with encephalitis,...
  25. Re: Ex-pharma CEO pleads guilty to kickbacks to doctors for opioid prescriptions

    This is good news. Now what about the doctors who took the thinly disguised bribes and prescribed the opiod in question to their patients, some of whom undoubtedly suffered greatly for having taken...
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