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  1. Re: Do Past Medicines Hold The Answer To Antibiotic Resistance?

    The article focuses on "selenium" as a metal that kills infections. In addition to selenium, there are a number of metals that boost the body's immune system and keeps bacterial infections at bay,...
  2. Re: Athlete Confined To Wheelchair After Her Third Gardasil Vaccine Takes Merck To Co

    This civil lawsuit exposes Merck for allegedly hiding "clinical trial" findings for its HPV vaccine. Regardless of the outcome, it's great to see the truth come out about this vaccine in a court of...
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    Re: Cooking With Paris

    I vote "NOT serious." This should be labeled "Laughing At Paris," rather than "Cooking w/Paris." I stop there!!! Lol.
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    Re: Can You Overdose On Vitamins?

    "Overdose" is a relative term. A woman taking 3 grams of vitamin C each day may be fine, but a man predisposed to kidney stones would be ill advised to take this much since excess vit. C is excreted...
  5. Re: Cervical cancer rises among young women as progress on deadly disease ‘stalls’

    HPV gets all the attention when addressing cervical cancer. The truth is the body can eliminate HPV on its own for about 90% of women that have it. According to the American Cancer Society, the...
  6. Re: Immune discovery 'may treat all cancer'

    Wow!! "..may treat ALL cancer.." is a pretty bold claim. Lol. That aside, immunotherapy cancer treatment--the kind talked about in this article--is a big deal and ultimately the answer to curing...
  7. Re: America’s most widely consumed cooking oil causes genetic changes in the brain

    Soybean oil is not consumed in isolation. It is possible to consume soybean oil, corn oil, and cottonseed oil all in the same day, on a regular basis, depending on one's eating habits. And,...
  8. Re: America’s most widely consumed cooking oil causes genetic changes in the brain

    Although the research failed to pinpoint the culprit in soybean oil causing the genetic brain changes, my theory is it all begins with genetically modified (GMO) soybeans. Monsanto introduced GMO...
  9. Re: Backlash Over Meat Dietary Recommendations Raises Questions About Corporate Ties

    Thanks for sharing. I love the ever-changing nature and debate over nutrition. New research continues to emerge, changing what we thought we knew about nutrition. I intend to take a closer read of...
  10. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Maurya, I sent you a link via PM.
  11. Re: Study Shows How Sewage Plants Can Remove Pharmaceuticals From Wastewater

    The wording of their results is a bit tricky. They state: "......reduce the concentration of a number of pharmaceuticals, including certain antidepressants and antibiotics..." Reducing "a number...
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    Re: The medications that change who we are

    For fear of venturing too far into the forbidden political realm, I'll simply say I agree wholeheartedly something needs to be done about exorbitant drug prices.
  13. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Check your inbox. Warning: these tablets are a bit pricey.
  14. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Whenever I experience any type of pain, I take ginger, curcumin (a turmeric extract), boswellia, and black pepper in tablet form. I think it's critical to take these ingredients in the correct...
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    Re: The medications that change who we are

    I often deal with people who appear to be medicated. And, based on the data, many of them probably are. According to a JAMA study, nearly 60% of Americans age 20 or older consume prescription...
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    Re: The medications that change who we are

    I believe medications can change who we are because of their impact on liver function. There's a strong connection between proper liver function and a healthy brain. Most, if not all, medications...
  17. Re: Zantac has low levels of cancer-causing chemical, FDA warns

    Caution: Do not take Zantac and similar heartburn medications, like Prilosec, Prevacid, Nexium, etc. longer than 2 weeks, unless being closely monitored by a healthcare practitioner. Zantac is a...
  18. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Ginger captured my attention because of its anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, ginger is great for calming the nerves, which makes it a great pain reliever. When combined with curcumin,...
  19. Re: How 8 Fruit and Vegetables Looked Like Before Human Cultivation

    Islander, thank you for your excellent, and important, clarification on the definition of "clones." I've modified my previous post accordingly.
  20. Re: The Ignored Vitamin Cure For Macular Degeneration

    Happy that's over with and you're OK. After you informed us about the retinal tear, I researched the matter and found that cataracts are often involved when there's a tear. But, good you got it...
  21. Re: How 8 Fruit and Vegetables Looked Like Before Human Cultivation

    Very informative!! As I read this, I thought about the growing numbers of genetically modified foods being introduced into the food supply, beginning with corn and soybeans in the 1990s. To...
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    Re: Recommended Health Sources?

    When visiting a "health website" for the first time, I read the sections entitled "About Us," "Our Mission," "Sponsored Advertising," etc. The Sponsored Advertising section gives you the best...
  23. Re: The Ignored Vitamin Cure For Macular Degeneration

    Good luck, and please keep us posted.
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    Re: Should We All Be Eating More Protein?

    Maurya: your post is a real eye opener!! Thank you. Based on Morton's recommendation, I was eating over 300 grams "more" protein than I needed to maximize muscle building efforts. Wow. But,...
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    Re: Should We All Be Eating More Protein?

    I totally agree Islander. I was guilty of being a pure protein glutton years ago. During my weightlifting days, I remember consuming 12 oz. and 16 oz. beef steaks...in one sitting. As a 200 lb....
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