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  1. What Is Adenosine and How Does it Impact Sleep?

    SleepScore Labs
    May 8th, 2018

    Have you heard the word ‘adenosine’ as it relates to your morning cup of coffee, but you’re not sure what it really means? You know it has something to do...
  2. Re: Diet May Affect Risk And Severity Of Covid-19: Study

    I want to laugh at this because it seems so obvious and yet those who need to read it are unlikely to even see it, or if they did, to shrug it off. Most Americans are addicted to a diet of processed...
  3. Re: Hot Pack Or Cold Pack: Which One To Reach For When Injured Or In Pain

    I think you are spot on, Katie. Some traditional beliefs, upon investigation, prove to be unhelpful or even harmful. Fever is an excellent example. Our bodies generate fever for a reason and we need...
  4. Re: Hot Pack Or Cold Pack: Which One To Reach For When Injured Or In Pain

    To be honest, I prefer nothing to either treatment. In situation where cold is called for, it just seems to exacerbate the pain.
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    Understanding the USDA Organic Label

    Miles McEvoy, Deputy Administrator of the National Organic Program
    Aug 02, 2021

    Amidst nutrition facts, ingredient lists, and...
  6. Re: How Health Officials Weaponize Language to Manage Public Perception of COVID Vacc

    Pattypans, overall I agree with you; I just don't feel that our freedoms are being eroded in any way.

    1. You are right, I was speaking broadly. I'm not a history major, but I do remember that in...
  7. Re: Vitamin K2: Could The Power Vitamin Help To Reduce Alzheimer’s Disease Risk?

    And that's close to my total from vitacost.
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    Re: Fermented Raspberries

    They aren't cheap here either, but they are affordable in modest qualities. To have enough to make wine, you really need to grow at least some of your own to offset the cost... Which I can do.
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    UNDERSTANDING VACCINES

    This is a five-part series that explores the nature of vaccines, their history and the concerns that have arisen around them. Part five, Vaccine Myths Debunked, may be of special interest.
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  10. The Innate vs. Adaptive Immune Response

    I found this to be useful information. I had never been taught the difference in our immune systems and how they operate.

    Undated, no author cited

    The first line of defense...
  11. Doctors for COVID Ethics: Halt Use of Pfizer COVID Vaccines in Adolescents 'Immediate

    Hawkes' Health is posting this for informational purposes. The site does not take a position one way or the other on the safety or efficacy of covid vaccines.

    Children's Health Defense
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    Re: Fermented Raspberries

    I do love raspberries when they are in season. I've even made raspberry wine. But tell me, please, what are the advantages to fermented berries? I don't know whether I want to sacrifice that...
  13. Re: How Health Officials Weaponize Language to Manage Public Perception of COVID Vacc

    I can't agree with his thesis; I think he's a bit too defensive, seeing threats where none occur. One area where I do agree with him, however, is in the use of the term "lockdown." Nothing is being...
  14. Thread: Lockdown

    by Islander
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    Re: Lockdown

    Ouch!
  15. Re: Climate Change Challenge: Terminology Used By Scientists Confounds Public

    Perhaps what should be addressed first is the current level of education in the United States.
  16. Re: Vitamin K2: Could The Power Vitamin Help To Reduce Alzheimer’s Disease Risk?

    Checked the label, and mine does not give a total dose for the three kinds of K-1/K2, but I added up the portions and the total came to 4800 µg... If that helps.
  17. Re: First Case Of Postmortem Study In Patient Vaccinated Against COV-2

    My doc wasn't going to get it, which gave me confidence because neither was I, nor several of my friends. We are calling ourselves the "control group." But then the governor made it a requirement for...
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    Re: Four hundred and fifty-two

    Readers' comment are always interesting and often very helpful, especially when we are talking about shared experiences.
  19. Thread: Blonde Joke

    by Islander
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    Re: Blonde Joke

    LOL!
  20. Re: First Case Of Postmortem Study In Patient Vaccinated Against COV-2

    Excellent idea!
  21. Re: The Best Supplements To Take If You Sit All day

    SydneyWaters, linking to retail sites, as you have done here, is spamming and is prohibited on this site, which you would have known if you had read the introductory information about Hawk's Health....
  22. Re: Aleve vs Ibuprofen: What's the difference?

    Please remember that all NSAIDS will raise blood pressure. Any pain relief should be taken for the shortest time possible.
  23. Aleve vs Ibuprofen: What's the difference?

    Drugs.com
    Aug 13, 2020.

    Aleve and ibuprofen are both used for pain relief. But is one more effective or more likely to cause side effects compared to the other?

    Official Answer
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    Re: Can Dogs Eat Raw Eggs?

    OTOH, I give my German Shepherd a raw egg almost every morning mixed in with her breakfast kibble. Never a problem!
  25. Re: First Case Of Postmortem Study In Patient Vaccinated Against COV-2

    I honestly wish I understood more of the medical language in this article!
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