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  1. Re: Mild Hearing Loss Can Double Dementia Risk

    I didn't scratch the surface. AARP, like many other organizations that focus on senior citizens, has a hearing aid assistance program. Also, surprisingly, many organizations that service the...
  2. Re: The Activity That's Bad For Your Heart

    The heart is a muscle. As with any muscle, it should be gradually "warmed up" before engaging in heavy lifting or strenuous exercise. Runners stretch and bounce to warm up their muscles before...
  3. Re: Mild Hearing Loss Can Double Dementia Risk

    The Starkey Hearing Foundation provides free digital, state-of-the-art, hearing aids to low income Americans, and those around the world. Learn more about their program here: ...
  4. Re: Mild Hearing Loss Can Double Dementia Risk

    Widex, Signia, and Unitron are 3 "international" hearing aid manufacturers. Almost all hearing aid manufacturers run "trials" on new and/or upgraded hearing aids. During their "trial programs,"...
  5. Re: Mild Hearing Loss Can Double Dementia Risk

    Maurya: There are numerous organizations that will pay some or all costs for hearing aids, according to Hearing Loss Association of America (hearingloss.org). Also, the link below takes you a...
  6. Re: CDC: Stop Falsely Claiming Not To Accept Corporate Money

    According to Vaccineimpact.com, the CDC paid the state of Maryland $123 Million to promote Gardasil as a requirement for school attendance. Presumably, the funds came from CDC's corporate arm. If...
  7. Re: FDA Report on Pesticides in Fruits & Vegetables Adds to Growing Public Health Con

    I read the actual FDA analysis with great interest. Some of their stats seem a little off point. For example, although U.S. corn and soybean crops are almost all GMO and thus engineered for the use...
  8. Re: The HPV Vaccine Can Trigger “An Extremely Wide Spectrum of Autoimmune Diseases”

    A fantastic read on Japan. Too bad other countries don't follow Japan's lead. Just the opposite. More than 30 "developing" countries have launched HPV demonstration programs. Merck estimates by...
  9. Re: China Approves World's First New Alzheimer's Drug

    In my comments above 2 days ago, I stated there were lots of unanswered questions about this drug. Well, upon further research, several experts from U.S. and other countries are now questioning the...
  10. Re: CDC: Stop Falsely Claiming Not To Accept Corporate Money

    So, technically, the "Nat'l Foundation" for CDC is separate and distinct from the gov't agency CDC. In 1992, Congress authorized the "Foundation" as a 503 (c) charitable organization, with ties to...
  11. Re: The HPV Vaccine Can Trigger “An Extremely Wide Spectrum of Autoimmune Diseases”

    The news related to the pain & suffering associated with the HPV vaccine just keeps growing. This vaccine is being imposed on mostly girls & women around the world, despite facts that show its need...
  12. Re: Fish Oil Supplements Have No Effect On Anxiety And Depression

    Omega-3 fish oil has been repeatedly documented to, among other things, fight and lower inflammation in the body. Given that inflammatory pathways in the brain interact with every system in the...
  13. Re: 5G Technology: Why We Should Expect A Shift fom Brain Cancers To Skin Cancers

    And yet, it's full steam ahead to implement 5G. Even during several U.S. congressional testimonies where telecommunications executives admitted to the lack of studies on health, the lawmakers chose...
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    Re: Nursing Home Calendar

    Too funny! I died at "Dirty Dancing," and "Saturday Night Fever." Best laugh of today.
  15. Re: China Approves World's First New Alzheimer's Drug

    Kelp tablets are an excellent substitute for eating seaweed, since most kelp comes from a brown seaweed type. After learning that seaweed absorbs heavy metals--arsenic, cadmium, lead, etc.--from the...
  16. Re: China Approves World's First New Alzheimer's Drug

    This is great news. Surprise the drug was based on seaweed, and that elderly people who regularly eat seaweed are less likely to develop Alzheimers. Most elderly Asians have been eating seaweed all...
  17. Re: One Avocado A Day Helps Lower 'Bad' Cholesterol For Heart Healthy Benefits

    Absolutely, too many simple carbohydrates, too much sugar, and not enough of foods high in antioxidants wreak havoc on LDL cholesterol.
  18. Re: New FDA Report on Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables Adds to Growing Public Heal

    Your explanation makes sense, given the longtime U.S. ban on DDT. The fruits & veggies identified as having the most chemicals track very closely with the annual report produced by the Environmental...
  19. Re: Hawaii Becomes First State in the U.S. to Ban the Toxic Pesticide Chlorpyrifos

    This is great news, especially for our children. How can agrachemical companies be so greedy, knowing the harm that this chemical can bring to children??
  20. Re: Dietary Cholesterol Good For Your Heart Unless Oxidized

    Islander, thank you for your patience, and for fixing the link. Your instructions will definitely prove helpful for the next time.
  21. Re: New FDA Report on Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables Adds to Growing Public Heal

    Unbelievable...the FDA report found trace amounts of DDT, a chemical the federal gov't outlawed in 1972. Wow. The report is rather long, but I want to digest the whole thing. I'll comment more...
  22. Re: Measles wipe immune system's memory of other illnesses, studies find

    Pattypans, you nailed it!! In every and all things, always follow the money.
  23. Re: Harvard Medical School Professors Uncover A Hard To Swallow Truth About Vaccines

    The over $4 Billion paid by the Federal Vaccine Court to the thousands harmed by vaccines prove that vaccines are not always "safe & effective" for everyone. As for double blind- placebo clinical...
  24. Re: Dietary Cholesterol Good For Your Heart Unless Oxidized

    The link above does not appear to work by clicking on it. Pasting the link into the browser will pull up the article. I tested the link before posting and it worked. I'm doing something wrong and...
  25. Dietary Cholesterol Good For Your Heart Unless Oxidized

    Science Daily
    February 27, 2013

    A 98-year-old researcher argues that, contrary to decades of clinical assumptions and advice to patients, dietary cholesterol is good for your heart -- unless that...
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