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  1. Re: Let's Make This Historic Pesticide Ban A Reality

    Done!
  2. Re: 11 Surprising Reasons To Eat More Walnuts

    The diabetes connection is a bit tenuous but hey, I like walnuts, especially in a Waldorf salad: chopped apples, celery and raisins, dressed with mayo and served on a bed of lettuce. Add grapes and...
  3. Roundup was substantial factor in man’s cancer, jury finds

    GMWatch editor
    March 20, 2019


    Federal jury’s decision in case of man who used weedkiller for decades could affect hundreds of other cases
  4. Re: Stress Mess: 3 In 5 Millennials Say Life More Stressful Now Than Ever Before

    Amen, Maurya!
  5. Re: Eggs implicated in heart disease … AGAIN

    My friend, you didn't miss a thing. I was banned this time just for objecting to the additional advertising. Not only does it blast you at the top and bottom of the page, it's being inserted halfway...
  6. Big Pharma Gives Big Money to Legislators

    Please note: this is only a partial list, pertaining to those senators who will be speaking today.

    Big Pharma Gives Big Money to the Senators Who Will Question Drug Company CEOs Today

    Matt...
  7. Table of vaccines and ingredients; MMR package insert

    Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary
    Excipients Included in U.S. Vaccines, by Vaccine
    from the CDC

    In addition to weakened or killed disease antigens (viruses or bacteria), vaccines contain very...
  8. Re: The FDA Just Approved the First Drug for Postpartum Depression

    One reason for the high cost is that the drug must be infused over a period of 60 hours in the hospital, so hospital costs are added to the $20-$35,000 cost of the dose. Of course, it's supposed to...
  9. The FDA Just Approved the First Drug for Postpartum Depression

    Amy Gunia
    March 20, 2019

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  10. Re: Interview with a Retired Vaccine Researcher

    I agree. Those references cast shade on the entire rest of the document — which is, no doubt, authentic.
  11. Interview with a Retired Vaccine Researcher

    Jon Rappoport
    March 13, 2019“[These days,] If I had a child, the last thing I would allow is [my child to be vaccinated].”

    Dr. Mark Randall is the pseudonym of a vaccine researcher who worked for...
  12. Re: Stress Mess: 3 In 5 Millennials Say Life More Stressful Now Than Ever Before

    Three. Are you forgetting JFK? To me, the most tragic of all.
  13. Re: Stress Mess: 3 In 5 Millennials Say Life More Stressful Now Than Ever Before

    That never occurred to me, Mr. Wizard. And it isn't even on the list!

    As a young woman I lived through, in rapid succession, the assassination of John Fitzerald Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. and...
  14. Re: Intensive Exercise As Effective As Chemo Against Colon Cancer

    I assume we're talking about colorectal cancer's being detected at a very early stage.
  15. "Smart" pills are here and we need to consider the risks

    Robert Klitzman
    March 17, 2019

    Pharmaceutical companies have already released digital "smart" pills containing computer chips. The first digital cancer pill, which was released in January,...
  16. Re: HPV Deaths Hidden By Bad Science, Say Researchers

    This should be required reading for every parent. And haven't we just uncovered the extreme neurotoxicity of aluminum? Yet it's used in placebos — for that very reason!
  17. Re: Stress Mess: 3 In 5 Millennials Say Life More Stressful Now Than Ever Before

    OK, I didn't read the list. But "choosing what to wear"? "Washing dishes"? Stressful? Oh please. I was also surprised (I shouldn't have been) at the size of the role that phones play in millennials'...
  18. Re: 4 tablespoons Of Flaxseed A Day Reduces Hypertension

    4 T is a quarter cup, which is what my breakfast recipe calls for, and I have to halve that… And I still wouldn't want that for breakfast every day for six months! Sometimes these health...
  19. Re: Stress Mess: 3 In 5 Millennials Say Life More Stressful Now Than Ever Before

    Excellent points, Julieanne. However, the struggle is real, as they say. Millennials are dealing with issues we never had, like the burden of student loans and the high cost of housing.
  20. Re: Eggs implicated in heart disease … AGAIN

    True, but they rarely interest me, or even pertain to me, like fluoride or dentistry or even diabetes.
  21. Re: Eggs implicated in heart disease … AGAIN

    I guess it got personal with me, Julie. I was born on a poultry farm. I like my eggs. Sometimes I have two a day for a week at a time. Some days they are my only source of protein. I'm damned if I'm...
  22. Re: Eggs implicated in heart disease … AGAIN

    Wel, in trying to locate this infamous study, (the link in the article didn't take me there), I found that despite Brexit, New Zealand, the college admission scam and other headline material, the egg...
  23. Wireless Industry Confesses: "No Studies Show 5G is Safe"

    GMI Reporter
    Monday, February 18th 2019

    Last week, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal grilled wireless industry representatives, who admitted the industry has done ZERO health & safety...
  24. Re: Coenzyme Q10 Reduces Death In Heart Failure patients

    Also, one of the side effects of statins is rhabdomyolitis, which is the weakening of muscle tissue. And the heart is a muscle.
  25. Re: Dressed To Kill: The Link Between Cancer & Bras

    It's so nice to be retired. I rarely have to look "professional." Unless I'm leaving home, I don't wear the damn thing... and not even then, in winter when I'm running errands in a heavy jacket. I...
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