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  1. Re: Mysterious Hum Identified as the Formation of a New Underwater Volcano

    TMI.
  2. Re: Backlash Over Meat Dietary Recommendations Raises Questions About Corporate Ties

    I thought the studies were too weak to support an argument one way or the other. The problem, above and beyond mere observational studies, is that they never confine themselves to grass-finished meat...
  3. Re: Study Shows How Sewage Plants Can Remove Pharmaceuticals From Wastewater

    An Internet friend recently forwarded me a letter from some apparently very naive young woman who was spilling over with exuberance in her joy to share how happy she was to live in the greatest...
  4. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Mr. W, will you please message me with the name of the tablet and your source?
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    Re: The medications that change who we are

    I would speculate that's because our capitalist system allows pharmaceutical companies to push prices to whatever the traffic will bear, without limitation. There's evidently never been any kind of...
  6. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Aha! Good to know.
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    Re: The medications that change who we are

    Good point, Maurya.

    Grulla, no one else seems to be having a problem. I just tried it again and it works fine, so I'm puzzled.
  8. Re: Zantac has low levels of cancer-causing chemical, FDA warns

    And blocking the production of stomach acid only makes the existing condition worse.
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    The medications that change who we are

    Posted here because both prescription and OTC medications are included. Because the story comes from the British Isles, you will see paracetamol where we would call it acetaminophen, which we know by...
  10. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    I really really like the flavor of ginger root. I incorporate it in every stirfry I make, in salads, and often in seemingly unlikely places, like my bowl of oatmeal. I'll either slice and dice or...
  11. Re: Mysterious Hum Identified as the Formation of a New Underwater Volcano

    The VLP described in this article lasted only 20 to 30 minutes. A similar article from CNN offers the same explanation. I had hoped it would explain the hum that I heard late on November 2018 that...
  12. Re: Ginger Improves Symptoms Of Ulcerative Colitis

    Thanks, Julieanne. I'm sending this to one of my patients in the hopes that it might give him some relief.
  13. Re: Study Shows How Sewage Plants Can Remove Pharmaceuticals From Wastewater

    Once again, we go with the cheapest (and least effective) of the solutions.
  14. Re: Mediterranian Diet Revealed As Best For Third Year Running

    I like zucchini noodles, especially for something like lasagna where you want your noodles to be wide. Don't forget, spaghetti squash is another option. Lots of choices!
  15. Re: Mediterranian Diet Revealed As Best For Third Year Running

    The Mediterranean covers a rather large area; even within Italy, northern and southern portions enjoy very different diets. In any case, pasta is very definitely a part of the so-called Mediterranean...
  16. Re: The Ignored Vitamin Cure For Macular Degeneration

    Thank you! For 20 years I've been told that all I have is "baby" cataracts so it was a big surprise that the edge of one had gotten in the way. Whatever, I'm told that I'm still a very long way from...
  17. Re: How 8 Fruit and Vegetables Looked Like Before Human Cultivation

    To be accurate, Mr. Wizard, fruits & veggies are not "clones." A clone is a cutting from a mother plant that will exactly replicate the parent. When breeding fruits and vegetables, the practice is to...
  18. Re: Women with transplanted uterus gives birth to 'miracle' baby

    I share the joy of the happy mother, but... Transplants have to be medicated to prevent rejection. I wonder how much medication penetrated the placenta and affected the uterus... and the child it...
  19. Re: Zantac has low levels of cancer-causing chemical, FDA warns

    This trend of using a drug to treat heartburn is expensive, counterproductive and completely unnecessary; instead of treating an existing condition, it exacerbate it. So let's till this ground one...
  20. Re: The Ignored Vitamin Cure For Macular Degeneration

    Here I am, procedure completed. An older and more experienced doctor pointed out that my doctor had encountered a bit of a cataract and needed to power up the laser in order to punch through it. He...
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    Megavitamin Myth-Busting

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, Dec 23, 2019
    Commentary by Andrew W. Saul and Helen Saul Case

    (OMNS December 23, 2019) People are so confused about...
  22. How 8 Fruit and Vegetables Looked Like Before Human Cultivation

    Natalia Jones, editor
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    Domestication is a genius idea if you think about it. You take a wild plant or animal and carefully breed it so that the desired traits become...
  23. Re: The Ignored Vitamin Cure For Macular Degeneration

    No change, which is good news. I'm assured that macular degeneration cannot be reversed, so holding it at the very lowest level is the best I can hope for — and so far, so good.
    On the other hand,...
  24. Re: The Ignored Vitamin Cure For Macular Degeneration

    Gulla, thanks for that mention. I did in fact add bilberry to my formula, as well as astaxanthin. My next 6-month follow-up is this Wednesday, January 8. Don't hold your breath!
  25. Re: Mediterranian Diet Revealed As Best For Third Year Running

    No argument here, except that I wonder about the amount of pasta being consumed.
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