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    Re: Is Maple syrup Actually Good For You?

    I don't know if the cancer fighting properties of maple syrup have been discussed in prior HH postings, but here is an interesting article addressing studies on that subject.
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  2. Re: Prolozone Therapy Improves 71% Of Herniated Discs

    [QUOTE=arielbackpain;53477]Herniated Disc Pain Relief and Treatments Guide.



    But if I have had the experience and the knowledge I have now I could have avoided this complicated situation for...
  3. Thread: Flying time

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    Re: Flying time

    Hey, good one Islander. Hah!
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    Re: Systemic, Proteolytic Enzymes

    I don't know if the following fall into the six groups of enzymes the article speaks of, but I often take serrapeptase and bromelain on an empty stomach. The intention is to eliminate excess fibrin...
  5. Re: With genetic testing, I gave my parents the gift of divorce

    I think you are providing a noble cautionary note, Mr Wizard. But unless one has lead an isolated lifestyle, wary of government intrusion on all fronts, I'm pretty sure there does indeed exist...
  6. Re: With genetic testing, I gave my parents the gift of divorce

    For what it's worth, Elena and I had the 23 and me test. The results were no big surprise, with one exception that I'll explain later. Elena was born in Stockholm, and her entire family is...
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    Re: The Case Against Sugar / Gary Taubes

    There may quite possibly be on good sweetener out there, and it might even deter cancer according to studies. While no one is sure how this works, I believe that if true, it must be acting like a...
  8. Re: There are diseases hidden in ice, and they are waking up

    The human immune system is very advanced. Should an ancient virus surface, our immune response may not recognize it, even though we would have back, way back in the day. Immunizations are to thank...
  9. Re: Real RDA for Vitamin D is 10 Times Higher Than Currently Recommended

    I have always had D3 levels in the 60-70 range and have always taken the appropriate co-factors. About half a year ago, I started taking Gabapentin, a nerve pain reliever, and my last lab came back...
  10. Re: Humans May Not Be The Most Intelligent Creatures on the Planet

    At some point after mycelium found a way to live outside of the water (mushrooms are the oldest land life forms), the Devonian to be specific, fishes (plural spelling of multiple fish species)...
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    BORED OLD GEEZER

    An old geezer became very bored in retirement and decided to open a medical clinic.


    He put a sign up outside that said: "Dr. Geezer's clinic. Get your treatment for $500, if not cured, get back...
  12. Re: Tell the USDA What You want Food & Farming to Look Like in 50 Years -

    Me too! Thanks Grulla
  13. Australian Rainforest berry kills cancer in 5 hours

    Chris Woolams
    03-05-17

    Australian scientists isolate fast acting cancer ´drug´ from Rainforest Berry

    A team of cancer scientists at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research, Australia...
  14. Re: Woman Believed to Be Last Person Born in 19th Century Turns 117: What’s Her*Secre

    Yes Islander, I'm sure the "Super-size Me!" concept in American restaurants had something to do with that. I like your idea of requesting the take-home box with the meal for when I, like you, make a...
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    8.0 Earthquake hit Solomon Islands

    To all the HH friends living in Austrailia and N.Z. There is booie movment that suggests tsunami activity. There is no official warning yet though. This is a good site to keep track, but the host...
  16. Re: Woman Believed to Be Last Person Born in 19th Century Turns 117: What’s Her*Secre

    In the early '90s I was a flight instructor for a Japanese owned school in southern California. It was hard not to notice many of the students gain significant weight throughout their year long...
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    Re: FREEDOM ISN"T FREE

    Thanks for finding this Maurya. I have never found it easy to find more on this story, though everything on my mission directive is no longer classified. It has always been some mumbling by the BBC,...
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    Re: FREEDOM ISN"T FREE

    It does seem like a previous life, Ora Moose. Almost surreal. Our Techdom was courtesy of General Dynamics. Our last mod before I left the service, was an ECM- ELQ series that recorded inbound ping...
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    Re: FREEDOM ISN"T FREE

    Interesting times indeed Maurya. People got up in the morning and enjoyed their cup of coffee, clueless to the dilemmas you and I dealt with daily, and nightly. Our military, or factions of it, might...
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    Re: FREEDOM ISN"T FREE

    Not just once, but twice during my service, just one month apart. The link on Petrov that you saw, happened in late September of 1983. We went EWO-GO again one month later when we attacked Grenada....
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    Re: FREEDOM ISN"T FREE

    Islander, when you say that rarely does a combatant return from war undamaged, a visit to your local VA hospital will prove that to be true. I'm kind of used to it now, after so many visits, but the...
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    Re: FREEDOM ISN"T FREE

    I have read it three times so far Islander, and I really like it. I was a science major in college, and I hated literature. Now, science annoys me, and Greek mythology is my current thing. Before...
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    FREEDOM ISN"T FREE

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    I watched the flag pass by one day.
    It fluttered in the breeze.
    A young Marine saluted it,
    And then he stood at ease.

    I looked at him in uniform;
  24. Re: The cult of ignorance in the United States: Anti-intellectualism and the "dumbing

    Yes, we are clearly seeing a point of tension and I blame our current system of public education. The ignorance and "dumbing down," I believe are today, not only being influenced, but actually...
  25. Re: Maple Syrup Is A Cancer Killer, Study Suggests

    You're welcome grulla. However, there are quite a few nutritious pancake recipes out there. I'll give you a link to one of them below. Now, while refrigerating will extend the shelf life of your...
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