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  1. Re: Toxic Tattoo Ink Accumulates in Lymph Nodes, Causes Lifelong Cancer Risk

    Tattooing, the best thing I NEVER did.
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    Re: Cucurmin Is Good For Bone Cancer, Too

    Two days ago, I commented about lycopene in iron rich food in responce to Julieanne's IP, https://www.hawkeshealth.net/community/showthread.php?t=19619, "Good article, thanks. Lycopene is one of a 5...
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    Re: Reply from Sen. Angus King (I, ME)

    King's reply (ies) are not personalized, as they are more than likely preprinted letters, and he may well have many versions for the same issue. King appears to be an independent moderate of sorts....
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    Re: Reply from Sen. Angus King (I, ME)

    What BS, at least that legislation was a step in the right direction.
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    Re: Eggs And Meat Reduce Dementia Risk

    Not at all, there is plenty fat in and around the lamb, so I get first dibs from the skillet meat with the fat, which is stored in a Pyrex dish in the fridge for future portioning and consumption,...
  6. Re: Why Are US Breast Cancer Rates Out Of Control?

    As I recall, I always remember Cokie Roberts on ABC News' Sunday morning political Round Table discussion with Sam Donaldson, George Stephanopolis, Donna Brazil, George Will, and others.
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    Re: Eggs And Meat Reduce Dementia Risk

    Nothing 's too good for Maggie, the pan gets washed and reseasoned. And your decline is declined, lol!
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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    Mercola has done quite a lot of articles over the years on blood ferritin/iron levels and blood donations articles, here's just a few....
  9. Re: Iron Rich Foods May Cancel Out Tomatoes' Anti-Cancer Benefits

    Good article, thanks. Lycopene is one of a 5 natural supplement regimen, in high remedial doses, that my integrative doctor has had me on to successfully eliminate two nodular growths on my prostate,...
  10. Re: 2 new cases of EEE include 5-year-old girl, woman

    More update about EEE: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/eastern-equine-encephalitis-michigan-warns-mosquito-borne-virus-after-3-deaths/
  11. Zantac has low levels of cancer-causing chemical, FDA warns

    CBS/AP, no author given
    September 14, 2019

    U.S. health officials said Friday that they are investigating low levels of a potentially dangerous contaminant in the popular heartburn medication...
  12. Re: Two Amish men caught drinking while driving buggy flee Ohio deputies

    ROTFLMAO! https://www.ohiolaw.net/frequently-asked-questions/can-i-get-a-dui-on-a-horse/
  13. Two Amish men caught drinking while driving buggy flee Ohio deputies

    BY TRIBUNE MEDIA WIRE, no author given
    SEPTEMBER 17, 2019

    NORTH BLOOMFIELD, Ohio – Police officers often say no traffic stop is routine - and there was nothing routine when a deputy pulled over...
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    Re: Eggs And Meat Reduce Dementia Risk

    I recently discovered a new WHOLE breakfast meat, lamb steaks, that I buy reasonably at Wally, and cut them up into 2 or 3 brk. sized portions. And Maggie gets to lick the cast iron pan lamb fat, and...
  15. Re: Why Are US Breast Cancer Rates Out Of Control?

    Veteran ABC News journalist, Cokie Roberts, succumbed today to breast cancer:
    https://www.npr.org/2019/09/17/761050916/cokie-roberts-pioneering-female-journalist-who-helped-shape-npr-dies-at-75
  16. Re: Hemp May Soon Be Federally Legal, But Many Will Be Barred From Growing It

    Yesterday, while driving west at 65 MPH on U.S. Hwy 70 through the Gila Valley east of Safford, AZ, to meet up with the Red Cross blood donation people in nearby Thatcher, I quickly spotted a large...
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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    And today I just returned from donating blood to Red Cross at the VFW Lodge in nearby Thatcher, AZ, and was able to find their medication deferral list, which in turn helped me find the similar...
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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    Here is a Red Cross blood donation website that confirms and explains all that: https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/blood-types.html
  19. Re: Florida woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria after beach trip

    And here is yet another brain/flesh eating amoeba victim:
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/10-year-old-girl-contracts-brain-eating-amoeba-while-swimming/ar-AAHkYLk
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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    It is Dr. Jeffrey Dach, in his above mentioned link, who insists on the importance of "...the old fashioned way..." of donating WHOLE blood, and to avoid the potentially risky practice of donating...
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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    Just read/watch the two links I provided where Jeffrey Dach and Jonathan Wright say/imply the importance of blood donations. With a little common sense, one can extrapolate from there. And here is...
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    Re: The Water Wars Are Here

    In a similar vein about water rights, I recall the 1988 Robert Redford movie production, "The Milagro Beanfield War": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Milagro_Beanfield_War
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    Re: The Water Wars Are Here

    Just yesterday, I was browsing the Wally magazine rack, and came across the latest issue of the September-October 2019 American Scientist magazine, (ASM) Special Issue, The Future of Water, for $5.95...
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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    STAGNATION: I firmly believe that one's blood replenishing abilities can be reduced or much compromised due to age related lack of use atrophy of the blood bone marrow reproduction "mechanism's"...
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    Re: Using Young Blood to Battle Alzheimer’s

    Here are 2 lists. I now see Vitalant (formely UBD/UBS) says most meds are acceptable. When I recently researched that for Plavix and Lipitor, I had found a 2 week "rinse" for Plavix, and no mention...
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