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    Re: Can Exercise Slow Down Alzheimer's?

    I believe neurodegenerative diseases, like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, can be categorized as lifestyle diseases, but with caveats. For instance, researchers have identified the ApoE4 gene, which...
  2. Re: Cucurmin Is Good For Bone Cancer, Too

    According to the data, India's cancer rate is much better than ours. The estimates range all over the place, but generally it appears that India's rate of cancer is 100 per every 100,000, compared...
  3. Re: Cucurmin Is Good For Bone Cancer, Too

    I'm a believer in the benefits of curcumin. Healthier blood sugar and blood pressure levels and reduced inflammation are among the highly touted benefits of curcumin. Since adding it to my diet two...
  4. Re: Cucurmin Is Good For Bone Cancer, Too

    I liken curcumin to vitamin C....panacea written all over it. Everyday they're finding new benefits for both. Read today that high dose, IV vitamin C cured sepsis, an infectious blood disease. The...
  5. Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    grulla, thanks for sharing the Mercola articles. I read the one on "benefits of donating blood." Interesting to learn that for each unit of blood donated one loses about a half of gram of iron,...
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    Re: Lack Of Sleep Affects Fat Metabolism

    "....until I'm completely rusted.." Glad you didn't correct it, cause it's too, too funny!!! So, this study used 15 healthy young men in their 20s and "locked" them away for 10 days & nights in...
  7. Re: Maine vaccine bill passed by lawmakers likely headed for statewide vote

    Go Maine!! As Abraham Lincoln said: "government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth."
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    Re: Can Exercise Slow Down Alzheimer's?

    Exercise...yes. Top notch nutrition and vitamins....yes. Meditation...yes. And, almost any healthy thing or act will benefit the buildup of brain plaque. In 1906, Alois Alzheimer, a...
  9. Re: Walnuts Can Ease The Pains Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Happy to hear you cured it. I helped a family member "cure" her UC using aloe gel powder, L-glutamine, and deglycrrhizinated licorice.
  10. Re: Iron Rich Foods May Cancel Out Tomatoes' Anti-Cancer Benefits

    Me too. I thought spinach or a green leafy veggie would have the most lutein. But, a number of references listed corn (maize) as having the highest percentage of lutein of all fruits & veggies. ...
  11. Re: Big Tech Wants To Replace Medical Doctors And Squelch Alternative Health

    This is huge news. I was not aware that Amazon's Alexa had been approved to access and transmit personal health records controlled by the 1996 HIPAA Act. The flood gates are open, and personal...
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    Re: Reply from Sen. Angus King (I, ME)

    The typical "kiss off" ltr. Most members of Congress never see constituent mail. A lower level staff person, usually an intern, is responsible for opening and responding to constituent mail, using...
  13. Re: Iron Rich Foods May Cancel Out Tomatoes' Anti-Cancer Benefits

    Although iron may halve the amount of lycopene absorbed, the good news is lycopene is available in many "reddish color" fruits and veggies, like watermelon, pink grapefruit, red bell peppers, papaya,...
  14. Re: Purdue Pharma, Accused Of Fueling Opioid Crisis, Files For Chapter 11

    So far, almost $1 Billion has been discovered by authorities in wire transfers to overseas banks. In addition, attorneys have forced "dozens" of banks to reveal financial records showing that the...
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    Re: Eggs And Meat Reduce Dementia Risk

    Ironically, eggs and meat have been soundly berated for their contribution to the "high" cholesterol myth. Perhaps, decades of avoiding these foods have associated with increases in...
  16. Re: Physical Fitness Linked To Better Brain Function

    Finland, South Korea, Japan, etc. all produce exceptionally talented students, especially in science and math. Agree with Julieanne, the USA has an ego problem when it comes to education.
  17. Re: Purdue Pharma, Accused Of Fueling Opioid Crisis, Files For Chapter 11

    I'm no lawyer, but I'll play one on HH. Under this agreement, Purdue will declare bankruptcy, settle lawsuits with the cities and 23 states using company money, and ultimately relinquish "ownership"...
  18. Re: Physical Fitness Linked To Better Brain Function

    Unfortunately, most of these school cuts are done ostensibly to save money. When, in the long term, the lack of physical activity ends up costing us all more in unnecessary medical costs. Penny...
  19. Re: Vitamin E Found To Prevent Muscle Damage After Heart Attack

    This confirms a number of other studies touting the benefits of vit. E to diminish damage after a heart attack. The references at the end of the article stipulate that vit. E (alpha-tocopherol) was...
  20. Re: Physical Fitness Linked To Better Brain Function

    Among other things, this study confirms that physical fitness boost mental agility and cognitive faculties. This makes me wonder how increasing numbers of school districts across the country can...
  21. Re: Purdue Pharma, Accused Of Fueling Opioid Crisis, Files For Chapter 11

    So, Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a sham. It's right out of the playbook of Dow Corning in the late 90's when it filed Chapter 11 after thousands of women filed lawsuits against Dow's silicone breast...
  22. Re: Black Seed May Treat Hypothyroidism (Hashimoto's Disease), Clinical Trial Reveals

    I, too, have been taking black cumin seed oil 3 times per week for a couple of years, with no noticeable effect. I keep taking it because of research like the trial above. I noticed they used...
  23. Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    It may be useful to reiterate that this phase 2 clinical trial did not use a "whole" blood product as the title would suggest. The trial used "young fresh frozen plasma," or yFFP. This plasma...
  24. Re: Daytime Napping 1-2 Times A Week May Benefit Heart Health

    This study involved Swiss participants. Would like to see a study done in places like Brazil, Greece, Mexico, where the afternoon siesta is a cultural staple. I've never been much for naps, but...
  25. Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    grulla, thanks for sharing info. on donating blood. I last donated 10 yrs. ago, but didn't realize all the eligibility requirements to do so. I think some of these requirements may be new since I...
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