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  1. Re: 1st Case Of New Coronavirus Detected In U.S.

    That's hardly surprising since so many human diseases originate from mammals, birds, and even insects. Harvesting food from the wild is discouraged, but that may hardly be needed since populations of...
  2. Re: Amid Climate Chaos, Making Food Out Of Algae May Be Our Great Hope

    This is no surprise; I have predictions of shrinking agricultural yields and water shortages from at least 10 years ago. From my experience, even home gardening will become a challenge as climate...
  3. Re: Do Past Medicines Hold The Answer To Antibiotic Resistance?

    Any approach that seems to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria is really encouraging.
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    Re: Cooking With Paris

    Since in other respects I eat about 95% organic, because I grow or raise most of my own food, I'm going to take my chances with cheese. Life is too short!
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    Re: Can You Overdose On Vitamins?

    Articles like this can be helpful but some of the dosages and upper limits in their chart are laughable. The RDA for vitamin C is barely enough to prevent scurvy, for instance, and the UL for vitamin...
  6. Re: From Depression To Dementia, Inflammation Is Medicine's New Frontier

    This is keenly interesting. I see references to inflammation in a lot of the reading and research I do for the site. The pain in my hips that I've been treating for over five years, and that was...
  7. Re: Seven Sunscreen Chemicals Enter Bloodstream After One Use - Report

    Julieanne, the link you posted would not take me to the source (page not found). I did a quick search, however, and everyone is reporting the same story so I pulled one from a popular USA news source.
  8. Re: Seven Sunscreen Chemicals Enter Bloodstream After One Use - Report

    Information like this should be widely disseminated, especially for those in the southern latitudes where not only is it summer at the moment, but the sun is apparently even stronger than it is here...
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    Re: Cooking With Paris

    Well, I wouldn't call ricotta cheese junk food but that's not the point. In fact, I'm not sure exactly what the point is supposed to be, other than showing off Paris Hilton's figure. If you've ever...
  10. Cervical cancer rises among young women as progress on deadly disease ‘stalls’

    Please note that these figures are for the U.K. References to the HPV vaccine are mentioned in the story.

    Maya Oppenheim
    Jan. 22, 2020

    Cervical cancer has risen sharply among young women as...
  11. Athlete Confined To Wheelchair After Her Third Gardasil Vaccine Takes Merck To Court

    January 30, 2019
    Lyn Redwood, R.N, M.S.N.

    On Wednesday January 9th, I attended Science Day Presentations in the Jennifer Robi vs. Merck and Kaiser Permanente case in Los Angeles Superior...
  12. Immune discovery 'may treat all cancer'

    James Gallagher
    20 January 2020

    A newly-discovered part of our immune system could be harnessed to treat all cancers, say scientists. The Cardiff University team discovered a method of...
  13. 1st Case Of New Coronavirus Detected In U.S.

    Merrit Kennedy
    January 21, 2020

    The first case of an infection with the new coronavirus has been discovered in the United States.
    A man...
  14. Re: America’s most widely consumed cooking oil causes genetic changes in the brain

    You're absolutely right, Mr. Wizard, and thanks for pointing out that out. Your last sentence says it all. Very little that we consume is eaten in isolation. BTW, I never did know what Crisco stood...
  15. Re: New Mexico lawmaker wants to spend $1M to set up a breast milk bank

    What a splendid idea!
  16. Maternal Nutrition & Risk of Obesity in Infant: Trojan Horse of Developmental Plastic

    Maternal Nutrition and Risk of Obesity in Offspring: The Trojan Horse of Developmental Plasticity
    Parlee, S. D., & MacDougald, O. A. (2014). Maternal nutrition and risk of obesity in offspring: the...
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    Re: Recommended Health Sources?

    Zaliyrr, thanks for posting this helpful guide. Please be aware that you are tiptoeing around some spam here. You are saved because you did not point readers to any specific sales sites....
  18. Re: America’s most widely consumed cooking oil causes genetic changes in the brain

    From what I've learned about oxytocin and its relation to the hypothalamus, I would venture to guess that our overconsumption of soybean oil in the vast quantity of fast food we consume might...
  19. Re: Mysterious Hum Identified as the Formation of a New Underwater Volcano

  20. Re: Backlash Over Meat Dietary Recommendations Raises Questions About Corporate Ties

    I thought the studies were too weak to support an argument one way or the other. The problem, above and beyond mere observational studies, is that they never confine themselves to grass-finished meat...
  21. Re: Study Shows How Sewage Plants Can Remove Pharmaceuticals From Wastewater

    An Internet friend recently forwarded me a letter from some apparently very naive young woman who was spilling over with exuberance in her joy to share how happy she was to live in the greatest...
  22. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Mr. W, will you please message me with the name of the tablet and your source?
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    Re: The medications that change who we are

    I would speculate that's because our capitalist system allows pharmaceutical companies to push prices to whatever the traffic will bear, without limitation. There's evidently never been any kind of...
  24. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Aha! Good to know.
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    Re: The medications that change who we are

    Good point, Maurya.

    Grulla, no one else seems to be having a problem. I just tried it again and it works fine, so I'm puzzled.
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