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  1. Re: Doctors Given Power to Vaccinate Young Children Without the Knowledge of Paren

    420 Sorry, I'm not clever enough to figure out how to embiggin this but perhaps you can get an idea from some of the visible text.
  2. Re: Doctors Given Power to Vaccinate Young Children Without the Knowledge of Paren

    Pattypans, Think of the root of Socialism: social. People working together, doing things to make things happen. There are various forms of it but they all involve people working in affiliation, and...
  3. Should you take Tylenol, Advil, or aspirin for pain? Here's what the evidence says.

    Julia Belluz@juliaoftoronto
    Aug 26, 2016

    I used to take acetaminophen (usually referred to by its brand name, Tylenol) for the...
  4. Bayer Confirms End of Sale of Glyphosate-Based Herbicides for US Lawn & Garden Market

    Sustainable Pulse
    Jul 29 2021

    Bayer have announced that they will no longer sell glyphosate-based herbicides to U.S. gardeners as of 2023, following the costly litigation battle over...
  5. White House to Ask SMS Carriers to Monitor Vax 'Misinformation' in Private Text Messa

    White House to Ask SMS Carriers to Monitor Vaccine 'Misinformation' in Private Text Messages
    Originally published on www.childrenshealthdefense.org
    Tuesday, July 13th 2021 Megan Redshaw

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    Re: Serious Condition

    Good one!
  7. Re: Doctors Given Power to Vaccinate Young Children Without the Knowledge of Paren

    Unfortunately, the concept of democratic socialism has taken a bad rap, probably because so many people use it as a condemnation without understanding the concept. In the case we are discussing, this...
  8. Re: 9 Natural Sleep Aids That May Help You Get Some Shut Eye

    I seem to go through cycles of insomnia followed by cycles early and refreshing sleep. I wish there were a discernible pattern but there isn't. I have tried magnesium, tryptophan, melatonin,...
  9. Doctors Given Power to Vaccinate Young Children Without the Knowledge of Paren

    Barbara Loe Fisher, Co-Founder NVIC
    July 7th 2021
    Originally published on www.nvic.org

    This past year, we have seen many lawmakers in the U.S. and other countries vote to eliminate or severely...
  10. A metabolomics comparison of plant-based meat and grass-fed meat...

    A metabolomics comparison of plant-based meat and grass-fed meat indicates large nutritional differences despite comparable Nutrition Facts panels


    Stephan van Vliet,
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    Magical Mint: 20 Top Health Benefits

    GreenMedInfo Research Group
    June 10, 2021

    Here are 20 health benefits you can expect from mint in its many different, wonderful forms, from peppermint to spearmint to wild mint
    Mint is most...
  12. Re: 5 Minute Breathing Workout Lowers Blood Pressure As Much As Exercise, Drugs

    Thanks, PattyPans, but I'm just an ordinary. Anyone can follow directions if the "Director" is clear!
  13. Re: 5 Minute Breathing Workout Lowers Blood Pressure As Much As Exercise, Drugs

    Thanks, Pattypans. Because of my hearing impairment, many videos don't work for me. Either they lack subtitles, or I can't understand the lyrics to a song. But a lot of how-to videos are invaluable...
  14. Re: 5 Minute Breathing Workout Lowers Blood Pressure As Much As Exercise, Drugs

    Neither this one nor related articles describes the process, which apparently includes the use of some sort of device. I'd really like to try this. Can someone tell me what tools are needed and where...
  15. Gut Microbiome Affects Specific Set of Neurons Responsible For Proper Social Function

    CalTech/Neuroscience News
    Undated but recent as of July 1, 2021

    “A number of studies have shown that the gut microbiome impacts complex behaviors in mice, such as sociability. The underlying...
  16. Oxford University explores anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as COVID-19 treatment

    Reuters
    June 22, 2021

    The University of Oxford said on Wednesday it was testing anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as a possible treatment for COVID-19, as part of a British government-backed study...
  17. Re: Pills Used For Sleep Now The Focus Of New Trial To Boost Memory And Thinking

    You're not alone!
  18. Re: The Right Way To Use Old Coffee In Your Garden

    Thanks for finding this, Julieanne. I've been tossing the grounds from my French press on the shrubs that surround my deck. Guess I'll have to find a different place to put them!
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    Re: Study: Arnica And UV Damage

    Did I miss something? I thought that it worked only on microbes.
  20. Re: Pills Used For Sleep Now The Focus Of New Trial To Boost Memory And Thinking

    I wonder whether just raising the dose of melatonin I take in the evening would make a difference. Guess I'll have to wait for the results of the study...
  21. Re: Many Seniors with Depression Faring Well During Pandemic

    Julieanne, read to the end of the article.

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  22. Re: Many Seniors with Depression Faring Well During Pandemic

    vishal ghatul, the effects of expressive therapy sound encouraging. I thought it was interesting until I came to the end, where it seemed obvious that all the information was merely leading up to a...
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    Four hundred and fifty-two

    When I went in to check member applications, I noticed that there were 452 users online right now. That's the highest number I've seen in a long time. I just wish more of them would become...
  24. Re: In controversial decision, FDA approves first new Alzheimer's drug in nearly 20 y

    "Bloomberg School epidemiologist Caleb Alexander recently warned that the FDA was poised to make an unfortunate decision: approving the controversial Alzheimer’s drug known as Aduhelm.
    Yesterday,...
  25. In controversial decision, FDA approves first new Alzheimer's drug in nearly 20 years

    Jacqueline Howard
    Mon June 7, 2021

    The US Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved the use of the experimental drug aducanumab for early phases of Alzheimer's disease -- despite an FDA...
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