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  1. Re: Gene Therapy Breakthrough Could Offer Treatment for Rare, Deadly 'Bubble Boy' Dis

    Wow. Very informative. Presently, most of the focus appears to be on the potential for harm. And, rightly so! But, ultimately, I believe the magic of CRISPR will outweigh the concern for harm. ...
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    Re: No sex since 1955

    Let's hear it for the Sergeant Major. Too funny!!
  3. Re: French Court Rules Monsanto Liable for Farmer's Health Problems

    So, in addition to the roughly 10,000 lawsuits over glyphosate, Monsanto now must fend off lawsuits over monochlorobenzene. I would give almost anything to hear Bayer executives explain to the...
  4. Re: Gene Therapy Breakthrough Could Offer Treatment for Rare, Deadly 'Bubble Boy' Dis

    Last December, you posted an article here at HH about CRISPR babies, created by a Chinese researcher, which gave rise to a vibrant discussion. Bottom line: gene-edited babies isn't anything new. ...
  5. Re: Gene Therapy Breakthrough Could Offer Treatment for Rare, Deadly 'Bubble Boy' Dis

    The article does not specifically refer to the type of gene therapy used to cure Bubble Boy. But, the CRISPR gene-editing technology has been growing in prominence because of its potential to cure...
  6. Re: Indian Herb Tested As Effective As Antibiotics

    Raw garlic has proven highly effective in killing MRSA, C. Diff., & CRE. I believe colloidal silver is equally effective, but not absolutely sure in all three cases. Will research and follow up...
  7. Re: Indian Herb Tested As Effective As Antibiotics

    Happy to see more attention to this growing problem. Pharmaceutical companies have all but abandoned the "less profitable" antibiotic market. Meanwhile, according to the CDC, drug-resistant...
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    Re: ANH Science Check - Low Fat Debunked

    It will take a ton of these studies to reverse 30 years of propaganda about how bad fat is for you. I did note that the "quality" of fat was a key point. So, fat from olive oil, omega-3 fish oil,...
  9. Re: Macron backs down on pledge to ban glyphosate in France

    Agree, complete elimination of glyphosate is probably impossible. But, the "Glyphosate Residue Free" certification is advertised as being even more restrictive than the 5% standard used for the...
  10. Re: Vitamin C Can Shorten The Length Of Stay In The ICU, Study Finds

    According to an NIH study, surprisingly, certain bat species and passeriformes bird species have successfully reactivated their once dormant genes for vitamin C synthesis. So, perhaps there's still...
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    Re: Mushrooms Help Protect Your Brain

    Wish I could bring myself to eat mushrooms, but I can't. This article indicates mushrooms are primarily brain protective because they contain vit. D, selenium, spermidine (for detox) and are...
  12. Re: Study: Cholesterol-Lowering Statin Drugs Associated with Increased Shingles Outbr

    Very interesting!! As I suspected, the study could not determine the mechanics of how statins actually activates the shingles virus. I wouldn't be surprised to learn that it's not the statins per...
  13. Re: Vitamin C Can Shorten The Length Of Stay In The ICU, Study Finds

    If given an ultimatum to surrender all my food supplements but one, vitamin C would be my keeper. Almost every life form requires vit. C to exist. Curious to me is how humans (and some other...
  14. Re: Indianapolis-Based Co. Recalls Melon Products in 16 States After Salmonella Outbr

    It seems every month or so there's another "multi-state" outbreak of contaminated food. But, the CDC claims the number of outbreaks have not increased, but the technology used by government &...
  15. Re: The Ignored Dangers And Side Effects Of Common OTC Nasal Sprays

    It's already on the market. To the right of the article, there's a picture of the nasal spray. When I clicked on the pic, several different xylitol sprays appeared. For your convenience, the link...
  16. Re: Macron backs down on pledge to ban glyphosate in France

    Good news update: The wine industry is moving to produce glyphosate free wine immediately, but NLT than 2021. But, major wineries are moving quickly to market glyphosate-free wine, and obtain...
  17. Re: The Ignored Dangers And Side Effects Of Common OTC Nasal Sprays

    Huge discovery!! Anything that reduces our overuse of antibiotics, especially among children, is great news. If xylitol reduces ear infections, it should also reduce sinus and throat infections...
  18. Re: Why Big Pharma and Big Food Want You to Think Eggs are Bad, And Why They Are Not

    Absolutely, Islander!! I failed to mention the 6 grams of protein in an egg, about 25% the amount of eating a 4 oz. steak. Also, regarding cholesterol, studies have shown that the darker, golden...
  19. Re: Why Big Pharma and Big Food Want You to Think Eggs are Bad, And Why They Are Not

    Maurya: You nailed it...."follow the money." As soon as the Egg Beaters folks and the American Heart Association teamed up the cholesterol hype...it was all over. "Pastured Eggs" are perfect. ...
  20. Re: NYC Sends “Disease Detectives” In Jewish Neighborhoods Looking for Unvaccinated

    I'm still trying to wrap my head around all the furor over the measles...and a mere 285 cases since last Oct. Meanwhile, NY plays down its battle with an infectious disease, called Candida auris,...
  21. Re: PEDIATRICIAN BEGS DOCTORS TO END AUTISM EPIDEMIC

    Happy to see a doc concerned about "vaccine load." That's been my major vax issue since watching my grandchildren get shot up with scores of various vaccine doses over the past decade. ...
  22. Re: NYC declares public health emergency (measles), orders mandatory vaccinations

    Apparently, the same lawyers who won the case against the ban in Rockland County, NY are now representing the New York City community against the mayor's "forced vaccinations."
  23. Re: Tea And Tomatoes Are Reversing Alzheimer's

    Some researchers refer to Alzheimer's as a type 3 diabetes because there's an insulin resistance that takes place in the brain. If this is the case, perhaps wheat, rice, oats, etc. may be...
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    Re: Bad LDL Protects Against Cancer

    I got excited when I saw this years ago because my LDL tends to be higher than my doc likes. But, over the past 7 years since this study was published, I've seen other studies concluding that...
  25. Re: ...ocean-cleanup device broke down in the Pacific Garbage Patch. What went wrong?

    This young man deserves a lot of credit for his dedication and persistence to clean up the ocean. Kudos to him. When I became aware of the magnitude of the problem, I began supporting an...
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