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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    Here are 2 lists. I now see Vitalant (formely UBD/UBS) says most meds are acceptable. When I recently researched that for Plavix and Lipitor, I had found a 2 week "rinse" for Plavix, and no mention...
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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    I agree somewhat with the idea of young blood for an older person, but I question the need by an older person to HAVE to receive a blood donation from a younger blood donor, at least under certain...
  3. Re: FDA Moves to Ban Customized Curcumin, Others

    That's easy, "Mr. Wizard", follow the money. Big pharma and the FDA have been intertwined in a revolving door of influence and lobbying with the idea of, among many other things, to eradicate natural...
  4. FDA Moves to Ban Customized Curcumin, Others

    Here we go again, it never ends, the U.S. FDA has to be the most corrupt bureaucracy on Earth. please sign the petition:
  5. Re: Scammers May Be Using DNA Testing to Defraud Medicare, Steal Identities

    This DNA Medicare fraud issue first caught my attention at my integrative doctor's office a while ago, with a warning message to all his patients on the waiting room bulletin board. I wanted to...
  6. Scammers May Be Using DNA Testing to Defraud Medicare, Steal Identities

    Kristen V Brown
    April 18, 2019

    Authorities in several states are warning about an alleged scam in which people visit senior-living communities and low-income neighborhoods, offering to perform...
  7. Re: Woolworths Introduces Cheeseburger Spring Rolls

    And once again, for those that may have missed it: :)
  8. Re: Diet's Effect On Gut bacteria Could Play Role In Reducing Alzheimer's Risk

    I'm not quite sure how applicable this may be, but Dr. Jeffrey Dach, in his blood donation website, recommends donating only WHOLE blood the "old fashioned way", as opposed to the recirculating...
  9. Florida judge denies parents custody of 4-year-old son with leukemia

    TRIBUNE MEDIA no author given
    SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

    A Florida judge ruled Monday that the parents of a 4-year-old boy with leukemia lost their bid Monday to regain custody after their struggle with...
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    Re: 12 Reasons To Eat More Seaweed

    Not so fast, check out this new seaweed farming article, looks like a rice paddy. I hope it's not on a par with toxic fish farming. Are ya gonna go barefoot or rubber, hiphigh fishing boot waders,...
  11. Re: Billionaire founder of opioid firm guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe drug

    "HEALTHOPIOID CRISISSackler Family Backs $11B Settlement of Opioid Lawsuits That Would See Purdue Pharma File for...
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    Re: Why Is Natural Medicine Being Ignored?

  13. Re: 2 new cases of EEE include 5-year-old girl, woman

    Here is more detailed info about EEE from the CDC:
  14. 2 new cases of EEE include 5-year-old girl, woman

    Ella Torres
    Sep 7, 2019

    Two new cases of the rare but potentially deadly virus infection Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) have been detected, according to the lab results from the Massachusetts...
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    Re: Islander's on leave

    Break a leg! :) (and for those that may not know): )
  16. Oh how sweet it isn’t: Navajo president bans candy at parade

    Sept 6, 2019

    Thousands of people will line a highway on the Navajo Nation this Saturday for the largest Native American fair parade in the country. But children gripping grocery...
  17. Thread: Saudi mogul

    by grulla

    Re: Saudi mogul

    I didn't see that one coming, lol!
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    Re: Washing Chicken Causes Food-Borne Illness

    Yesterday, I slowly simmered (almost stewed-like) 9 chicken quarters in that heavy covered, cast iron pan, 2 pieces that we ate, and the leftover 7 quarter pieces went to my SIL's fridge for another...
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    Re: Washing Chicken Causes Food-Borne Illness

    I/we love high(er) fat, dark meat chicken. I purchase these dark meat chicken quarters for my lifelong autistic disabled SIL and myself, in 10 lb. sacks, usually 4 bags at a time to be stored in the...
  20. Re: The Commuting Principle That Shaped Urban History

    I was born in Manhatten, NYC. When I was 4 Y.O., we moved across the great waters to a far and distant land...Joisey. The northern New Jersey burbs is where I grew up and attended all my public...
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    Re: The 50 most hated office jargon phrases

    Mr. Wiz., I think the office jargon that you are looking for which applies here, is that the boss didn't think the workforce was................................ "COST EFFECTIVE." lol!
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    The 50 most hated office jargon phrases

    Business Excellence, no author given

    ‘Blue-sky thinking’, ‘pinging emails’ and ‘drilling down’ have been named as some of the most annoying office phrases – according to a new poll....
  23. Confused about grammar? This expert wants to talk

    I thought "Islander" et al would find this "grammar lady" CBS News item interesting.

    Steve Hartman
    May 31, 2019

    New Hope, Pennsylvania — Imagine you're out walking, shopping, or doing some...
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    Hurricane Dorian

    Maurya, how is that Hurricane Dorian affecting you, I/we hope you're OK??
  25. U.S. Risks Losing Measles Elimination Status By October, CDC Warns

    Nina Golgowski

    “We’re embarrassed. We’re chagrined,” one infectious disease expert said of the potential loss of status, 19 years after the disease was declared eliminated.
    In a...
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