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  1. Re: Audio Shows Hospital Kept Vegetative Patient on Life Support to Boost Survival Ra

    Islander, thank you for posting this article. It made me take another look at my health care directive, which I hadn't reviewed in 10 yrs. The patient in this story--Darryl Young--did not document...
  2. Re: What Every Breast Cancer Patient Must Take

    Islander, thanks for saving my hide on this one. I promise to do better in the future.
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    Re: The Key To A Long And Healthy Life

    robinsonsjacob, why can't they? Are you saying that not everyone can find a purpose in life? If so, why not?
  4. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    grulla, thanks for the Mercola link. Genetically modified avocados...how sad? Thank goodness for the Pokini family in Maui and other farmers, who just let mother nature have her way and grow 5.6...
  5. Re: Beauty is only peel deep: New delivery service offers 'ugly' produce

    Sounds like a great idea to me. It's a shame the amount of perfectly good food that's disposed of because of a few imperfections. And, at $12 a box, people who otherwise couldn't afford it will now...
  6. Re: What Every Breast Cancer Patient Must Take

    Yes, I was aware of his troubles over a decade ago. But, the "meat" of the article is about a study he was not involved in. He only conveys the study's findings....he says the study supports what...
  7. Re: Why Are US Breast Cancer Rates Out Of Control?

    According to American Cancer Society, the breast cancer death rate dropped a whopping 40% from 1989 to 2016. Since 2007, rates have held steady in women younger than 50, but have continued to...
  8. Re: What Every Breast Cancer Patient Must Take

    Sorry, I couldn't get the link to work. Copy the web address at end of article and paste it into browser and full article should appear.
  9. What Every Breast Cancer Patient Must Take

    Dr. Frank Shallenberger, M.D.
    October 11, 2019

    For several years now, I have specialized in treating patients with cancer. I’ve treated everything from newly diagnosed cases to advanced stage 3...
  10. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    Thanks, Julieanne. You taught me to always question who paid for a study to be conducted. Often times, the study's conclusion will line up with the interest of the person or organization paying for...
  11. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    I agree. I'm not a fan of the avocado taste. After about a teaspoon of guacamole, I'm ready to move on.
  12. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    Aw shucks, Islander. What a nice thing to say. Two things I've learned during my 8 years as a member of HH: 1. Follow the money; and 2. There's always more to the story. So, the original posted...
  13. Re: Sickle Cell Disease: A Patient Hopes Gene-Editing Can Help

    This is one genetic disorder I hope CRISPR can fix. Millions of people--mostly descendants of people from Sub-Saharan Africa, South & Central America, Northern Mediterranean, Saudi Arabia, and...
  14. Re: Massive 5.6 pound avocado in Hawaii wins Guinness World Records title

    grulla, it must have been that fertile volcanic soil because the owners claim no fertilizers were used, according to the article. Heck, they claimed they didn't even water the 20 ft. tree. I didn't...
  15. Re: Organic Apples Have More Diverse Microbiome Than Chemically-Grown Ones

    Very informative article. Who knew we eat about 100 million bacterial cells with each apple. One reason for less bacterial diversity among conventionally grown apples is the use of pesticides. ...
  16. Re: Why Are UK Experts Recommending HPV Vaccine For Seniors Over 60 Years Old?

    Agreed!! Japan is the only country I'm aware of that has removed the HPV from its recommended routine schedule of vaccines. It isn't an outright ban, but the effect is the same. Other countries,...
  17. Re: Humans have a 'salamander-like' ability to regrow cartilage, study finds

    This is an amazing study. Cartilage is mostly water and collagen. It's type 2 collagen, which is different to the type 1 collagen found in the skin. Type 2 collagen found in cartilage is really...
  18. Re: The Toll Mounts From a Mystery Disease Some Call "The New Polio"

    Islander, thank you for this very informative article. AFM is especially scary because it strikes young children, with the average age being 4 to 5 yrs. old--kindergarteners. One ray of sunshine is...
  19. Re: Why Are UK Experts Recommending HPV Vaccine For Seniors Over 60 Years Old?

    The HPV vaccine--Gardasil--actually increases the risk of cervical cancer among women who were exposed to HPV infection prior to vaccination, according to statistics presented by the Childrens Health...
  20. Re: Brain Supplement Helps To Treat Schizophrenia

    Sounds promising. The problem for most people suffering from schizophrenia is that typically a cocktail of drugs are needed to bring relief, including antidepressants and psychotic drugs. ...
  21. Re: FODMAPS Diet Relieves Symptoms Of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    I could not open your chart. However, the link at the end of my post above takes you to a chart that lists "High" and "Low" FODMAP foods.
  22. Re: Why Are UK Experts Recommending HPV Vaccine For Seniors Over 60 Years Old?

    The very first thing I would do before heeding this advice would be to check for any financial ties between these so called "world renowned medical experts" and Merck Pharmaceuticals--the maker of...
  23. Re: 10% Weight Loss Could Send Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission

    Not surprisingly, dozens of A1c to blood sugar conversion charts exist, but they don't all agree!! Seriously, a 6.0 A1c level should equal 126 mg./dl blood glucose level, but not true on most of...
  24. Re: For The First Time Walking Patterns Identify Specific Types Of Dementia

    Aluminum is still associated with AD. In fact, pretty much everything I said about mercury above can be substituted with the word aluminum. Aluminum affects the cholinergic neurons in the brain in...
  25. Re: What Is The Impact Of Cooked Food V Raw Food On The Gut?

    Interesting study, but too short to produce any significant findings. The one thing that caught my eye was how the gut reacted to chemicals in the raw foods. I wondered if one of the chemicals was...
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