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  1. Re: Microplastics Have Invaded The Deep Ocean — And The Food Chain

    Well I've been using them for years, and I've never been sick. I put everything together in the bags, but meat, vegetables etc are in separate plastic bags anyway. It's possible to be too concerned...
  2. Re: Pesticides Causing High Blood Pressure Problems In Children

    But when was the last time flowers for sale had any scent?
  3. Re: An All-But-Forgotten Use Of Biological Killers May Help Beat Superbugs

    I can't post the TV programme I saw (Trust Me, I'm A Doctor) where one of the docs went to Georgia to look at phages. But the Youtube video is very similar and worth watching.

    I first heard of...
  4. Pesticides Causing High Blood Pressure Problems In Children

    Bryan Hubbard
    June 11 2019

    Common pesticides sprayed on flowers raise blood pressure—and small children could be especially sensitive.
    Hypertension (high blood pressure) is...
  5. An All-But-Forgotten Use Of Biological Killers May Help Beat Superbugs

    Doug Hendrie
    January 22 2019

    Bacteriophage viruses seek out and kill specific bacteria – even drug-resistant strains.

    Sewage water samples from around Australia arrive at Monash...
  6. Re: Starbucks is testing a reusable cup program at London’s Gatwick Airport

    What sterilization process? They are just washed and returned, which is pretty much the system that operated when I was younger, but with china cups. Seemed to work just fine, and also created jobs.
  7. Re: Evidence Shows A Drug Already On The Market Might Treat Alzheimer's

    Ah, the comments below Daily Kos articles are my downfall! Once I start reading them I can't stop - I get cross with myself for wasting time.
  8. Evidence Shows A Drug Already On The Market Might Treat Alzheimer's

    Mark Sumner
    June 5 2019

    As the headline above suggests, this is a story that offers some incredibly hopeful information that could change the lives of tens of millions of people in America...
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    The Key To A Long And Healthy Life

    Bryan Hubbard
    June 5 2019

    If you want to live a long life, find a good reason to be alive. People with a purpose live a longer and healthier life than those who believe their life is ...
  10. Re: No, An Egg A Day Doesn't Increase Stroke Risk

    I almost didn't post this, as I know the regular members are already aware of eggs as nutritious food. But it's always new to someone!
  11. Thread: Time

    by Julieanne
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    Time

    After driving for about six hours, a trucker decides to pull over and sleep for a little while. As soon as he falls asleep, he is awoken by some knocks on the door of the cab.

    "Can you tell me...
  12. No, An Egg A Day Doesn't Increase Stroke Risk

    Bryan Hubbard
    May 31 2019

    Just in case you were in any doubt, cholesterol in your diet doesn't increase your chances of heart disease and stroke. Eating an egg a day carries no risk—even in...
  13. Re: Teaching Ants to Spell Out Words on the Driveway

    What fun!
  14. Saw Palmetto: Proven Better Than Pharmaceuticals For Swollen Prostate

    Linda Woolven and TedSsnider
    May 29 2029

    When it comes to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), the herb saw palmetto berry is better than the best drugs the pharmacy has to offer.

    A massive...
  15. Vegetable Extract Treats Autism Better Than Drugs

    Sayer Ji
    August 2 2015

    The CDC says there is no treatment for autism, but this vegetable extract significantly improved the condition in a recent clinical trial.

    Presently, autism spectrum...
  16. Why Tuna Isn't The Fish You Should Be Eating

    Bryan Hubbard
    June 3 2019

    Substituting one or two steak meals a week for fish will help you live longer. Eating more fatty fish—and less red and processed meat—reduces your risk of cancer and...
  17. Re: American Civil War Plant Medicines Inhibit Growth, Biofilm Formation

    So maybe the expensive Manuka honey is higher in this enzyme? You didn't mention the type of plant the honey is collected from. In this case, a variety of melaleuca, commonly called tea tree. Though...
  18. Most High Risk Patients Not Helped By Statins

    Bryan Hubbard
    May 28 2019

    Most people who are at risk of developing heart disease aren't being helped by cholesterol-lowering statins. The drugs failed to reduce levels of ...
  19. Re: American Civil War Plant Medicines Inhibit Growth, Biofilm Formation

    A quick Google search found this, among others: http://www.naturalmedicinalherbs.net/herbs/q/quercus-alba=white-oak.php
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    Re: Curing Polio with Magnesium

    That's wonderful news! I take magnesium supplements and vitamin C daily, and can't remember when I last had a cold. But I'm also careful to wash my hands after pushing a supermarket trolley.
  21. Re: 'Safer' Opioid Is Even More Addictive Than The Others

    I had a similar experience. I was given Tramadol a few years ago for extreme pain - I think it was hip bursitis - and the effect lasted about 14 hours. I do remember feeling quite odd, and like you,...
  22. 'Safer' Opioid Is Even More Addictive Than The Others

    Bryan Hubbard
    May 28 2019

    The US's Drug Enforcement Administration has rated Tramadol as being less addictive than other opioids, such as oxycodone and hydrocodone, and it hasn't been as...
  23. American Civil War Plant Medicines Inhibit Growth, Biofilm Formation

    Micah Dettweiler, James T. Lyles, Kate Nelson, Brandon Dale, Ryan M. Reddinger, Daniel V. Zurawski & Cassandra L. Quave

    May22 2019

    A shortage of conventional medicine during the American...
  24. Re: Having Your Appendix Removed Increases Parkinson's Risk

    I agree, that first sentence is inappropriate. Well. I've still got mine, so fingers crossed that my dreadful short-term memory doesn't develop into anything more serious.
  25. Having Your Appendix Removed Increases Parkinson's Risk

    Bryan Hubbard
    May29 2019

    Forty years ago, people were having their appendix removed for fun. Along with taking out tonsils, this was the biggest just-in-case surgical procedure around—but now...
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