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    Re: The Key To A Long And Healthy Life

    scilover, I admire the goal you have set for yourself. Click on this link for 10 Tips on how to move your hobby to a professional level. ...
  2. Can Biotech Startups Make Breast Milk Without The Breasts?

    Julia Sklar
    July 14, 2020

    **With the Advent of laboratory-generated "meat," we should have known infant milk was not far behind.


    When Leila Strickland was a new mom, she struggled to...
  3. Re: The Real Reason Almonds Are Destroying California

    grulla, have you tried soaking raw nuts. Apparently, raw nuts & seeds contain protease inhibitors, which can block enzyme function and prevent nuts from being fully digested, causing some of the...
  4. Re: Warning Of Serious Brain Disorders In People With Mild Covid Symptoms

    I like your term "talented virus." COVID-19 is truly mysterious in so many ways. Given this, I look askance at any prediction of a fully safe & effective vaccine within the next 5 or 6 months. ...
  5. Re: Sweden Has Become The Worlds Cautionary Tale

    Sweden, a country of 10 million people, has suffered at least 5,500 deaths so far. By comparison, the U.S., a country of 330 million, has suffered 132,000. So, by comparison, Sweden has suffered 40...
  6. Re: How Good Bacteria Can Reduce The Risk Of Heart Disease

    Gut bacteria--or microbiome--are essential to our overall health, affecting everything from our weight to allergies. Like microbiome, healthy viruses--or our virome--are equally important for...
  7. Re: Warning Of Serious Brain Disorders In People With Mild Covid Symptoms

    This is additional proof that COVID-19 is not just a respiratory disease, but an illness that can affect multiple organs all over the body. COVID attacks the body via Angiotensin Converting Enzyme,...
  8. Re: President Bolsonaro Of Brazil Tests Positive For The Virus

    Yep, except our head of state hasn't succumb to the infection.....yet.
  9. Re: Gene Therapy Is Facing Biggest Challenge Yet

    Exactly!! In the attached article, it's referred to as "Pre-treatment Talk." Before post puberty young people are subjected to chemo, health care teams are beginning to discuss their "fertility...
  10. Re: New Class Of Safer Analgesics Discovered

    Studies on new pain medications continue to surface, but nothing ever seems to come of them. Opiates, like morphine, have been around for 200 years, and NSAIDs, like aspirin for over 120 years. ...
  11. Re: Nurses Who Battled Virus In NY Confront Friends Who Say It Is A Hoax

    In 1976, there was the whole Swine flu vaccine debacle, leading 80 million Americans to get innoculated for a pandemic that never showed up. In the early 80s, Americans were initially told HIV was a...
  12. Re: President Bolsonaro Of Brazil Tests Positive For The Virus

    I saw him taking hydroxychloroquine tablets on a news broadcast last night. I hope hydroxychloroquine works for him because most studies don't recommend it for COVID, to say nothing of its side...
  13. Re: Gene Therapy Is Facing Biggest Challenge Yet

    It was a surprise to me to learn that chemo was an integral part of the gene editing process--CRISPR. We often hear about the common side effects of chemo--hair loss, fatigue, nausea, etc., but it...
  14. Re: A Year In, 1st Patient To Get Gene Editing For Sickle Cell Disease Is Thriving

    That's very kind of you. It's nice to know it's not always my fault, and that I'm not alone in fighting the "posting gremlins." Lol.
  15. Re: Gene Therapy Is Facing Biggest Challenge Yet

    It was news to me that chemotherapy is part of the gene therapy process. It was also news to me that chemotherapy associated with gene editing can result in infertility, cancer later in life, and...
  16. Gene Therapy Is Facing Biggest Challenge Yet

    Heidi Ledford
    December 4, 2019

    Grajevis Bakatunkanda’s mother knew the signs: when her son lost interest in dinner, that meant the pain was on its way. It would strike, like clockwork, nearly...
  17. Re: A Year In, 1st Patient To Get Gene Editing For Sickle Cell Disease Is Thriving

    Islander: As you may recall, I wear a DUNCE hat when it comes to posting. Almost every time I've attempted to post, you've had to come behind me and clean up my mess. If you'll accept the burden...
  18. Re: Alert But Not Alarmed: New h1in1 Swine Flu Found In China

    According to a recent study by researchers at the University of Glasgow, England, it is possible to have more than one virus at the same time. The study analyzed 36,000 people with 11 different...
  19. Re: 'Outrageous': Global Anger @ Trump Admin Buying up COVID-19 Drug Supply

    While this does verge into politics, it's politics that comes with huge international "health" implications!
  20. Re: Alert But Not Alarmed: New h1in1 Swine Flu Found In China

    It's good this virus has been around for a few years. While this particular strain is new, the H1N1 virus has been around for decades. This makes me wonder whether people could contract more than...
  21. Re: A Year In, 1st Patient To Get Gene Editing For Sickle Cell Disease Is Thriving

    Such a wonderful success story!!! The "potential" long-term effects will tell the real story. A less publicized aspect of Sickle Cell CRISPR treatment is the "chemo-therapy" that patients must...
  22. Re: 'Outrageous': Global Anger @ Trump Admin Buying up COVID-19 Drug Supply

    Sadly, this action is in keeping with the unfortunate "America First" mantra of the current administration. On May 4, 2020, world leaders met virtually and pledged $8 Billion to fight COVID-19,...
  23. Re: U.K. Researchers Say They Have Found First Drug that Improves COVID-19 Surviva

    And, the best news is dexamethasone is readily available and very inexpensive, compared to the anti-viral drug--remdesivir. Dexamethasone is availble as a pill for about $63, compared to remdesivir,...
  24. Re: BLM Protests Did Not Cause An Uptick In Covid-19 Cases

    This is great news, if true. Personally, I struggle with the conclusion that protests did not cause an "uptick" in COVID cases. Crowds of essentially un-masked people, gathered closely in tight...
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    Re: Can Oregano Oil Treat A Cold?

    A very good explanation of difference between oregano essential oil and oil of oregano. I regularly take "wild mountain" oil of oregano, which is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and...
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