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  1. AI Just Discovered a New Antibiotic to Kill the World’s Nastiest Bacteria

    Jason Dorrier
    Feb 23, 2020

    In a paper published this week in the journal, Cell, MIT researchers took a step in this direction. The team says their machine learning...
  2. Re: Achieving Simple Weight Loss with Oregano Oil

    yelejao, your post links to a site that offers pricing on a weight loss product. This is very close to spam. I will delete it after you reply that you have read this comment.
    Linking to a product...
  3. Re: More Vitamin C Studies Approved In China To Fight Coronovirus: Therapy Censored I

    Grulla, your talk radio program was slow. That was one of the first suppositions to be raised... And I wouldn't call them conspiracy nuts, either.
  4. Re: More Vitamin C Studies Approved In China To Fight Coronovirus: Therapy Censored I

    This kind of censorship makes me stabby. I posted one of the news releases from Orthomolecular Medicine News Service. Now I'll have to scroll down through my timeline to see whether it was removed.
  5. Re: Do Plant Based Diets Deprive The Brain Of An Essential Nutrient?

    So much depends on the knowledge of people who make vegetarian and vegan choices. Those who are well-informed make sure that their diet includes everything necessary for continued good health. Bill...
  6. Re: How High Protein Diets May Increase Heart Attack Risk

    I think that's good advice, Bill Hudson, but I'm guessing your trainer would be better informed on diet and nutrition than your doctor. Most doctors get little if any nutrition education in all their...
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    Re: Milk: Is It As Healthful As We Think?

    I was surprised by that, Julieanne, but I'd like to add one correction. The article complains about the vast land area needed to feed cows that produce milk. But let us not forget that these same...
  8. Re: Let’s All Stop Holding Out for Science to Find the Perfect Diet

    I see that some of our emojis, like "beating a dead horse," which I wanted to use here, have died. Guess I have work to do...
  9. Re: People Who Eat A Big Breakfast Burn Twice As Many Calories

    I'd say that in summary, "Don't eat by the clock" and "Don't eat before bed" are the two wisest dietary recommendations, period.
  10. Re: S Dakota 1st State to Propose Bill Outlawing Mandatory Vaccines for School Attend

    I think there will be strong support for a Yes on One at the March referendum. I am seeing the yard signs all over my immediate geographical area, and I live in a highly conservative area. Given that...
  11. S Dakota 1st State to Propose Bill Outlawing Mandatory Vaccines for School Attendance

    Health Impact News
    February 23, 2020

    While most state legislatures are bowing to the Big Pharma lobby and proposing bills to remove exemptions to childhood vaccines and make them mandatory as a...
  12. Re: Boosting Mitochondrial Biogenesis With Ginger

    I've been using ginger root in stirfries for at least 20 years, but kept it in the freezer because I wasn't using it fast enough to prevent spoilage. It was roughly 15 years ago that my Filipina...
  13. Boosting Mitochondrial Biogenesis With Ginger

    GreenMedInfo Research Group
    January 18th 2020

    Researchers discover that ginger, an ancient herbal remedy used for cooking and medicinal purposes, supports the regeneration of cellular...
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    Re: Milk: Is It As Healthful As We Think?

    Grulla, the focus of the first article is on supplements, which the medical community agreed at least a dozen years ago is not necessary, in fact is contraindicated, reversing previous health advice....
  15. Re: People Who Eat A Big Breakfast Burn Twice As Many Calories

    Diet-induced thermogenesis makes logical sense, and clearly it works for some, like Grulla. However, I continue to resist the notion that one size fits all. I have no appetite for breakfast and will...
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    Re: Milk: Is It As Healthful As We Think?

    I never liked fluid milk, even as a child, so I felt vindicated when, as an adult, I became aware of the attitude that milk is designed for infants — in all mammalian species, including ours. I'll...
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    Re: Is Dementia Hereditary?

    Will you share this with your son, Julieanne?
  18. Re: Let’s All Stop Holding Out for Science to Find the Perfect Diet

    Lol! I used to post that url on mercola.com every time someone praised the "blood type" diet!
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    Re: The Clock Is Ticking For Homeopathy

    Done!
  20. Re: The Failure Of The Influenza Vaccine According To The Medical Literature

    It's sad but true: probably 75% of the public believe that their doctor sits at the right hand of God and has all the answers, all the cures. And they dismiss, if they hear about it at all, the fact...
  21. Re: Let’s All Stop Holding Out for Science to Find the Perfect Diet

    And of course there is no scientific basis for any of those assertions. Yes, people claim success with every one of them, and here's why: they all begin by instructing you to eliminate processed...
  22. Re: Glucosamine For Arthritiis - New Advice to Stop?

    Perhaps. Perhaps.
    I've always taken a few basic supplements for "insurance," plus vitamin D & MK-7 for immune support in winter. Now I have to take the macular degeneration formula twice daily as...
  23. Re: NYC Bicyclists Are Killing Pedestrians! This Is Why The City Won’t Stop It

    The digital weekly must be hard up for news if this is the best they can provide. I also suspect that English is not Mr. Gupta's first language. Or that they can't afford to keep a proofreader on...
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    Re: What Are The Benefits Of Oregano Oil?

    Can someone give me the dilution ratio of oregano oil to carrier oil?
  25. US ranks lower than 38 other countries in children's wellbeing, new report says

    Jacqueline Howard
    February 18, 2020

    The United States ranks lower than 38 other countries on measurements of children's survival, health, education and nutrition -- and every country in the...
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