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  1. Re: What Every Breast Cancer Patient Must Take

    I just sent you another p.m. which failed to send because my inbox was crammed full. I just finished deleting several dozen old messages but now I've forgotten the last reply I composed that failed...
  2. Re: What Every Breast Cancer Patient Must Take

    Now I can't get back on. But I found this toward the end of the story: "...the most superior soy products are the fermented products like tofu, miso, and tempeh." That's just wrong.
  3. Re: What Every Breast Cancer Patient Must Take

    Wiz, I was able to access the site via my membership from years ago. Try this new link, see if it works for you.
  4. Re: What Every Breast Cancer Patient Must Take

    Off to search, found this, to my shock & horror: http://faculty.uml.edu/sgallagher/california_medical_board_case_ag.htm
  5. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    Julieanne, chopped into a salad, the flavor disappears, melding with the dressing. But if all I want for lunch is, say, a half avo with maybe a slice of cheese, I will do something to spice it up....
  6. Re: Sickle Cell Disease: A Patient Hopes Gene-Editing Can Help

    Then let us hope that this experimental procedure is a success.
  7. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    And right now, wonder of wonders, they're on sale here for 99¢. I know they're good for me... I just wish they tasted more like, um, pears... or plums... or almost anything but "avocado" flavor.
  8. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    "Needs more study" is the standard copout. Vitamin C prevents the common cold? Vitamin D builds the immune system? Glyphosate is a carcinogen? Vitamin C prevents osteoporosis? "Needs more study."
    ...
  9. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    Rice merely needs a thorough rinse before boiling. Quinoa needs an hour soak followed by that brief cooking I describe in the Kitchen forum. There's also a flaked version that cooks in 90 seconds; I...
  10. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    If you live here, it can be confusing! Historically, cider is the juice that's pressed from fresh raw apples. Stored over time, it will ferment, i.e. become mildly alcoholic. If you want to preserve...
  11. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    Read about it, never tried it back in the day when it was possible to ferment cider. Now that the FDA has banned raw cider, you have to know a source....:cool:
  12. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    No surprise here. My my orchard is especially productive this year; I have more than enough fresh apples for my needs, have put up 22 pints of applesauce, and I've been trading the surplus for eggs...
  13. Humans have a 'salamander-like' ability to regrow cartilage, study finds

    Jessie Yeung
    Thu October 10, 2019

    (CNN)Humans may not be able to regrow amputated limbs like salamanders can -- but we do have a "salamander-like" ability to regrow damaged cartilage, a new...
  14. Sickle Cell Disease: A Patient Hopes Gene-Editing Can Help

    Rob Stein
    October 10, 2019

    Victoria Gray slides open a closet door, pulls out a suitcase and starts packing piles of clothes.
    "My goodness," says Gray. "Did I really bring all this?"...
  15. Re: Why Are UK Experts Recommending HPV Vaccine For Seniors Over 60 Years Old?

    Personally, I'd like to see that vaccine banned worldwide.
  16. Audio Shows Hospital Kept Vegetative Patient on Life Support to Boost Survival Rates

    Caroline Chen
    Oct. 3, 2019

    Darryl Young suffered brain damage during a heart transplant at Newark Beth Israel and never woke up. But, hardly consulting his family, doctors kept him alive for a...
  17. The Toll Mounts From a Mystery Disease Some Call "The New Polio"

    Jeffrey Kluger
    October 9, 2019

    By any measure,...
  18. Re: FODMAPS Diet Relieves Symptoms Of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Just edited my suggestion after doing a search of my Google travels. This link — https://www.ibsdiets.org/fodmap-diet/fodmap-food-list/ — has a great color-coded, easily referenced chart of the good,...
  19. Re: Common Antibiotic (fluoroquinolones) Can Trigger Serious Heart Problems

    I edited the headline to insert "fluoroquinolones" in order to facilitates searches. I consider the fluoroquinolones (along with statins and bisphosphonates) to be one of the most dangerous classes...
  20. Re: 10% Weight Loss Could Send Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission

    Thanks for the handy chart, Mr. Wiz!
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    Re: A Guide To Get Fit At The Gym

    Also, gyms have equipment (like rowing machines) that I can't use to build those muscles at home. I miss the gym that was a 10-minute drive away. Now there's nothing a reasonable distance from me.
  22. Re: 10% Weight Loss Could Send Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission

    Doctors draw an imaginary line at the A1c of 6.5. Anything above that is diabetes, anything below that is Congratulations, you're no longer diabetic. The fact is, you're diabetic all the way down to...
  23. Thread: Confession

    by Islander
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    Re: Confession

    Autocorrect never shows up on my Adroid phone, but what happens to the dictation app on my old Mac computer is a whole nother story. One of these weeks my guru will have my new machine ready. I just...
  24. Re: High Blood Pressure: Herbal Remedies May Inspire Future Treatments

    Thanks, Mr. Wizard!
  25. Re: 10% Weight Loss Could Send Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission

    Aww... thanks, but... maybe just determined.
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