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  1. Re: Why I Don't Recommend Pink Himalayan Salt

    Yes, perhaps a good point if you are 18 or 21. Do you realize how many years it would take for any of those mentioned to reach a level of concern? Even as a teenager, I think I'd be more worried...
  2. Re: FDA warns against potentially deadly ‘NyQuil Chicken Challenge’

    Well, after swallowing Tide pods, this is about the stupidest thing I have seen this year. Just one more good reason to avoid TikTok! By the way, anything you find on the New York post is tabloid...
  3. Re: Why I Don't Recommend Pink Himalayan Salt

    I'd hardly be concerned about mineral levels if I had to increase my intake of salt by 600% in order to make any significant difference!
  4. Researchers identify antibodies that may make coronavirus vaccines unnecessary

    September 7, 2022
    Tel-Aviv University

    A team of researchers has demonstrated that antibodies isolated from the immune system of recovered COVID-19 patients are effective in neutralizing all...
  5. Re: Why I Don't Recommend Pink Himalayan Salt

    No thank you, not for me. There are so many benefits to Himalayan salt that I don't understand why you would dismiss it — especially since it will never contain micro plastics!
  6. Re: Why I Don't Recommend Pink Himalayan Salt

    "Nutritionally, Himalayan salt is similar to common table salt.[11][14] Though a study of pink salts commercially available in Australia showed Himalayan salt to contain higher levels of a range of...
  7. Re: Magnet Ingestions Management at a Tertiary Care Children’s Hospital

    Aha. Thank you for clarifying.
  8. Re: Avoid These Brain-Slowing Drugs to Protect Your Memory

    I met with my doctor for our bi-annual diabetes check up yesterday. My most urgent question was whether the memory loss attributable to opioids can be reversed — or is it permanent? To my great...
  9. Re: Embalmers Finding Numerous Long, Fibrous Clots That Lack Post-Mortem Characterist

    What it means to me is pure sensationalism, the kind that attracts readers and dollars without having a grain of truth to support it. I'm sorry, Grulla, but without support from legacy media, it...
  10. Have you heard soy is linked to cancer or can ‘feminise’ men? What the science says

    Karen Murphy, Associate Professor of Nutrition & Dietetics and Accredited Practicing Dietitian, University of South Australia
    September 7, 2022 1.08am EDT
  11. Re: Magnet Ingestions Management at a Tertiary Care Children’s Hospital

    Grulla, what on earth is this supposed to prove? I find no intention or reason for feeding magnets to children, far less any positive results. What is the point in posting this item? I can't see that...
  12. Re: Free Fire Cide, Alternative Producers of Fire Cider

    tl;dr. The recipe is at the end of the article. I have to add that while I grow horseradish, I know very few people who do so and surely no urban dwellers are growing horseradish. In other words,...
  13. Re: Embalmers Finding Numerous Long, Fibrous Clots That Lack Post-Mortem Characterist

    From Overall, we rate The Epoch Times Right Biased and Questionable based on the publication of pseudoscience and the promotion of propaganda and conspiracy theories,...
  14. Study links common asthma medication to changes in brain

    Gianna Melillo
    Aug. 31, 2022

    “Since these medications are widely used, awareness of these associations is necessary across medical specialties and research into alternative...
  15. Selenium and CoQ10 Provide Lasting Benefits: Reduced Cardiovascular Mortality Risk

    This article appears in the May 2019 issue of Natural Awakenings.
    No author cited

    Swedish seniors that took coenzyme Q10 and selenium during a four-year study were still benefiting 12...
  16. Re: Avoid These Brain-Slowing Drugs to Protect Your Memory

    I assumed my frequent memory losses were due to aging. I was stunned to learn that I am taking two of the drugs on the list, Diazepam and Norco. I doubt the Diazepam is to blame since I've been...
  17. Avoid These Brain-Slowing Drugs to Protect Your Memory

    Bhavesh B.
    Umdated; posted Sept 4, 2022

    Many people worry about becoming forgetful, particularly the elderly. Forgetfulness can be a normal part of aging. As we age, changes occur in all parts...
  18. 4 Medical Treatments That Are Sometimes Unnecessary

    Hallie Levine
    August 30, 2022

    Spinal fusion and stenting are...
  19. Scientists Found a Way to Destroy Drug-Resistant Bacteria

    Bhavesh B.
    Undated as of 9/1/2022

    Infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria pose a major threat to humans. Data shows that drug-resistant bacteria cause millions of deaths every year....
  20. Re: Internet pans Papa John’s new all-toppings, crustless pizza

    I am not one of those who orders fast food or takeout. As you all probably know, I grow or raise about 95% of my diet, all organic; about the only things I shop for at the supermarket are yogurt,...
  21. Relationship between blood type and outcomes following COVID-19 infection

    Young Kim,a Christopher A. Latz,a Charles S. DeCarlo,a Sujin Lee,a C. Y. Maximilian Png,a Pavel Kibrik,b Eric Sung,a Olamide Alabi,c and Anahita Duaa,⁎
    Published online 2021 Jul 18

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    Re: Will Curcumin Be Eliminated?

    Thanks for posting this, Grulla. I already sent my personal reply from my email.
  23. Oral chlorophyllin supplement alleviates inflammatory bowel disease

    Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.
    Aug 17 2022

    The dietary supplement chlorophyllin alleviates inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, according to...
  24. Re: Vitamin B12 & Folic Acid May Help Reverse Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease - 4 fo

    I have never shaken hands with Vegemite, I admit, but there is a small jar of Marmite in my cupboard from which I take a heavenly teaspoonful now and then... Just to remind myself that I paid good...
  25. Vitamin K2 — a healthy nutrient for a healthy body

    The majority of us are unaware of the value of vitamin K; the Western diet doesn't contain much of the vitamin and consequently it attract little media attention. This excellent article on the...
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