Search:

Type: Posts; User: Julieanne

Page 1 of 8 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.07 seconds.

  1. Ancient Egyptian Technology May Be Our First Line Of Defence From Hospital Infections

    Walter Einenkel
    December 18 2014

    No matter where in the world you find yourself, hospitals are filled with bacteria and viruses and potential infections for patients. Constanza Correa and her...
  2. Re: Scientists declare nearly 400 medical practices 'ineffective'

    Did I miss something? I expected to see some of the procedures mentioned, or a link within the article.
  3. Replies
    8
    Views
    84

    Re: Indigestion Pills Killing 4% Of Users

    I was prescribed Nexium a few years ago for nausea and bloating. I read up on the side effects and decided not to take it. I did more research and came to the conclusion it was the erythritol I had...
  4. Re: Forget 10,000 Steps, Just 4,400 A Day Will Help You Live Longer

    Thanks for your great research Mr Wiz! What would we do without you?
  5. Re: Hold the Phone! Are you going to grow a horn from using your smartphone?

    grulla, the whole of Oz changed over to the National Broadband Network (NBN) recently. It's WiFi, no choice, and the phone uses a VOIP system. I have no idea what that means, but the bundled phone...
  6. Re: Hold the Phone! Are you going to grow a horn from using your smartphone?

    I text because I have really poor reception where I live, calls are hopeless. I kept my landline for this reason. Texting can be annoying - the keys are so sensitive I make constant mistakes. But it...
  7. Forget 10,000 Steps, Just 4,400 A Day Will Help You Live Longer

    Bryan Hubbard
    June 21 2019

    Forget the 10,000 steps dictum—you can get most of the health benefits by walking around 4,400 steps a day.
    You'll get more benefit by walking a...
  8. Replies
    4
    Views
    51

    Re: Trouble accessing the site?

    A weird site popped up yesterday, but it was easy to get rid of. And my avatar has disappeared, though everyone else's remains. Oops, it's back. Odd goings on.
  9. Replies
    8
    Views
    84

    Re: Indigestion Pills Killing 4% Of Users

    I didn't know that. Thank heavens that doesn't apply to Oz. The article says 'more than 405,000 veterans were prescribed the drug for the first time, and more than 177,000 of these had been...
  10. Replies
    2
    Views
    38

    Re: Andrew Wakefield Biography

    “We did not prove an association between measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine and the syndrome described. Virological studies are underway that may help to resolve the issues. If there is a causal...
  11. Replies
    4
    Views
    48

    Re: Red Ink, Black Ink

    LIKE!
  12. Re: Alex Winkler: Don't Doubt It - Homeopathy Is Thriving Worldwide

    In many cases, desperation. People tried everything else and were dissatisfied, so they turned to homeopathy as a last resort and found it worked for them. Same reason people turn to old-fashioned...
  13. Re: Hold the Phone! Are you going to grow a horn from using your smartphone?

    I've done a of lot reading in my life - wouldn't that cause the same problem?
  14. Replies
    8
    Views
    84

    Re: Indigestion Pills Killing 4% Of Users

    Islander, I think only antacid tablets are available OTC - proton pump inhibitors have to be prescribed,
  15. Mailchimp Shuts Down Greenmedinfo's Newsletter For "Anti-Vaccine" Content

    GMI reporter
    June 20 1019


    Dear GreenMedInfo Supporters,

    With the recent censorship and de-platforming efforts via social media outlets like Pinterest, and Facebook, the last thing we...
  16. Replies
    4
    Views
    48

    Red Ink, Black Ink

    Back in the 1970s, two brothers, John, and Bob lived in America and were members of the communist party. After much discussion, they decided to emigrate to the USSR and live among their communist...
  17. Alex Winkler: Don't Doubt It - Homeopathy Is Thriving Worldwide

    Mark Taylor
    June 19 2019

    The 2019 WHO Global Report on Traditional and Complementary Medicine has pointed out that, “Given the unique health challenges of the 21st century, interest in T&CM is...
  18. Replies
    8
    Views
    84

    Indigestion Pills Killing 4% Of Users

    Bryan Hubbard
    June 17 2019

    Indigestion pills, known as antacids or proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), are killing 4 per cent of people who regularly take them.
    PPIs—which ...
  19. Autism Could Be Caused By Problems In The Gut

    Bryan Hubbard
    June 13 2019

    Autism could have more to do with the gut than the brain, new research is suggesting.
    The gut has its own nervous system that could be...
  20. New Lung Cancer Advances: Nasal Swabs To Updates On CBD Use

    Deb Nicholson
    June 17 2019

    Breakthroughs in treatments & early diagnosis mean: you can survive lung cancer

    Lung cancer kills more than more than breast, colon and prostate cancers combined....
  21. Re: Microplastics Have Invaded The Deep Ocean — And The Food Chain

    Well I've been using them for years, and I've never been sick. I put everything together in the bags, but meat, vegetables etc are in separate plastic bags anyway. It's possible to be too concerned...
  22. Re: Pesticides Causing High Blood Pressure Problems In Children

    But when was the last time flowers for sale had any scent?
  23. Re: An All-But-Forgotten Use Of Biological Killers May Help Beat Superbugs

    I can't post the TV programme I saw (Trust Me, I'm A Doctor) where one of the docs went to Georgia to look at phages. But the Youtube video is very similar and worth watching.

    I first heard of...
  24. Pesticides Causing High Blood Pressure Problems In Children

    Bryan Hubbard
    June 11 2019

    Common pesticides sprayed on flowers raise blood pressure—and small children could be especially sensitive.
    Hypertension (high blood pressure) is...
  25. An All-But-Forgotten Use Of Biological Killers May Help Beat Superbugs

    Doug Hendrie
    January 22 2019

    Bacteriophage viruses seek out and kill specific bacteria – even drug-resistant strains.

    Sewage water samples from around Australia arrive at Monash...
Results 1 to 25 of 200
Page 1 of 8 1 2 3 4
<<<<<<<< Your Customized Value <<<<<<<<