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  1. Re: Black Seed May Treat Hypothyroidism (Hashimoto's Disease), Clinical Trial Reveals

    Apparently they forget that at one time pregnant women were frequently diagnosed with diabetes and hypothyroidism. Today when that occurs, we call it "gestational," but then it was accepted as an...
  2. Black Seed May Treat Hypothyroidism (Hashimoto's Disease), Clinical Trial Reveals

    Sayer Ji, Founder
    September 14th 2019

    A groundbreaking clinical trial indicates that the most common cause of hypothyroidism (Hashimoto's disease) may be improved with the addition of only two...
  3. Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    I have been donating literally for a lifetime, and much of the time it has been convenient to do so every 60 days. For the last dozen or more years I have been taking nattokinase daily (along with...
  4. Re: Life-Saving Drugs May Soon Become Useless, Experts Warn

    [QUOTE=Mr. Wizard;83918]Julieanne, the product is called Super-ViraGon. It's made by BaselineNutritionals. Here's a link to the product:/QUOTE]

    The reason it's being sold by Amazon is that Jon...
  5. Re: FDA Moves to Ban Customized Curcumin, Others

    Just read the list and signed the petition. Although the ban doesn't affect me, the list is laughable since I grow most of those herbs in my own garden!
  6. Re: FDA Moves to Ban Customized Curcumin, Others

    This article may be factual, but it contains so many errors that it can't be taken seriously. Sounds like it was written by someone for whom English is a second language.
  7. Re: Life-Saving Drugs May Soon Become Useless, Experts Warn

    "When I feel myself coming down with a cold or infection" ... I start taking a gram of vitamin C an hour. Yup, that's 1000 milligrams an hour, right through the day, up to 18 grams. If necessary, I...
  8. Re: Life-Saving Drugs May Soon Become Useless, Experts Warn

    I've read of many natural remedies against infections (many right here on these pages), including colloidal silver, garlic, oregano oil and phages.
  9. Re: Vitamin D Supplements For Reducing Cancer Mortality

    I suppose there just aren't enough peer reviewed randomized studies to confirm what I feel to be true in my bones: vitamin D helps prevent against every misfortune known to man. I get full body...
  10. Re: Woolworths Introduces Cheeseburger Spring Rolls

    I'm temped to move it to Humour!
  11. Re: Survey....Doctors Are Unprepared To Help Patients Avoid Diabetes

    It's such a common prescription that I doubt anyone ever loks for side effects.
  12. Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    Think I'll withhold judgment on this one for now. One of those "too good to be true" stories.
  13. Facebook debuts vaccine pop-up windows to stop the spread of misinformation

    Jacqueline Howard
    September 4, 2019

    (CNN)A new feature is rolling out on Facebook and Instagram to combat the spread of anti-vaccine misinformation.
    Facebook, which owns Instagram, announced on...
  14. ‘Dirt is Good’: Why Children Need More Exposure To Germs

    Amanda Monteiro
    July 20, 2017

    New parents often inundate themselves with information to ensure that their child is being properly cared for. Our world is a ceaseless source of information, and...
  15. Re: Survey....Doctors Are Unprepared To Help Patients Avoid Diabetes

    Forgive my cynicism. I'm mildly surprised that doctors aren't more attentive about screening for diabetes, but once there's a diagnosis, my impression is that the intent is to keep patients sick and...
  16. Re: Diet's Effect On Gut bacteria Could Play Role In Reducing Alzheimer's Risk

    Is it "proprietary plasma fractions"? I recall reading something about transfusing young blood into aging recipients, with doubtful results...
  17. Re: Ritalin Changes Children's Brain Structure

    Good for you, Julieanne!
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    Re: Why Is Natural Medicine Being Ignored?

    Done!
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    Islander's on leave

    Over the next week or so (and purely by coincidence) I'm being invaded by out-of-state family members. Since we are all geographically separated — by the width of a continent in some cases — I'll be...
  20. Re: Ritalin Changes Children's Brain Structure

    1. Why does this not surprise me, and 2, why did it take so long?
    OK, 3. How many doctors will be made aware of this, and will anything change?
  21. Re: Vitamin D: How Much Is Too Much Of A Good Thing?

    Thanks for being so perceptive, Mr. Wiz. Failure to specify which form of D is typical of the carelessness of the entire experiment.
  22. Re: Oh how sweet it isn’t: Navajo president bans candy at parade

    Educate, educate, educate! A former chief of the Penobscot nation here in Maine, Barry Dana, is an awesome leader who continues to educate and inspire his people.
  23. Re: A Teen Boy's Diet of Fries and Sausage Led to Blindness, According to a New Case

    No reflection on your grands, Mr. Wizard. Just an observation: I've noticed that a lot of parents these days give their children a great deal of freedom in meal choices, even going so far as to...
  24. Re: A Teen Boy's Diet of Fries and Sausage Led to Blindness, According to a New Case

    Which the OP just disproved, lol.
  25. A Teen Boy's Diet of Fries and Sausage Led to Blindness, According to a New Case Stud

    Jamie Ducharme
    September 3, 2019

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