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  1. Re: Can Biotech Startups Make Breast Milk Without The Breasts?

    There is an urgent need for a product that would come closer than supermarket formula to duplicating human breastmilk. I hope these women come close… Very very close.

    And I will never understand...
  2. Re: Modern Science Confirms Yoga's Many Health Benefits

    So every single hair has its own blood vessels? Amazing!
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    Re: The Activity That's Bad For Your Heart

    But there's also a right and wrong way to lift heavy objects so as not to put all the strain on your back. Also, as we age, back pain seems to be the most common complaint. Try googling the right way...
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    Re: The Key To A Long And Healthy Life

    What sort of art do you do? Painting? Oils, watercolor, pastels? Pencil sketches or pen and ink? Carving, sculpting? Something else?
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    Re: Homeopathy And Covid-19

    That is historically interesting and a dramatic testimonial as to the way homeopathy has been demeaned and dismissed despite evidence of its effectiveness through the years and over a variety of...
  6. Re: Hong Kong Discovers COVID-19 Mutation That Makes Virus 30% More Infectious

    A few random observations here.
    First, there is no Tyler Durden. A collection of writers works for zerohedge.com and all of them publish under the nom de plume of Tyler Durden.
    Secondly, there is...
  7. Re: The Real Reason Almonds Are Destroying California

    This article took me on quite a trip; I ended up opening several different windows and copying recipes and instructions, including how to make flour from acorns. I was continually amazed at how much...
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    Re: Homeopathy And Covid-19

    Anyone who claims to keep an open mind would consider this article superbly informative and encouraging. I wish I could circulate it widely, but the problem is that social media platforms would...
  9. Re: Sweden Has Become The Worlds Cautionary Tale

    And this would be a lesson in 20-20 hindsight, if only those deniers and mask-refuseniks would watch the news.

    NEW CASES, July 12, 2020
    Germany: 298
    Denmark: 10
    Norway: 11
    Sweden: 57 ...
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    Re: The Key To A Long And Healthy Life

    That's good to hear, Scilover! Would you be willing to share what it is that you're going for?
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    Re: The Activity That's Bad For Your Heart

    Scilover, do you know how to use your legs to bear the weight of what you're lifting, instead of putting the load entirely on your back?
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    Re: Venting in the Blogspot

    I used to have enormous respect for Sayer Ji and GreenMedInfo. As you can see from the preceding posts, that respect has radically diminished. Here's another example of how GMI is advocating for a...
  13. Re: Sweden Has Become The Worlds Cautionary Tale

    Its failed experiment is a lesson on how we might have saved ourselves a great deal of anguish by continuing to flatten the curve, rather than lose patience and begin to open businesses and...
  14. Re: Warning Of Serious Brain Disorders In People With Mild Covid Symptoms

    Indeed. In fact, it is such a talented virus that it gives cause to wonder who could have trained it to attack in such a variety of ways and means... As well as teaching it to disappear and reappear...
  15. Re: Researchers Create Air Filter That Can Kill The Coronavirus

    I don't know enough science to speculate on the downsides, but there must be some. Maybe price!
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    Re: Is It Possible To Eat Too Much Fruit?

    It's also wise wise to have a healthy balance of protein/carbohydrates/fats, and to include variety in your diet. Dark green and orange/yellow vegetables are especially nutritious!
  17. Re: Alert But Not Alarmed: New h1in1 Swine Flu Found In China

    Yes, that's where they usually originate. HIV, bird flu, swine flu, and possibly COVID-19, which is suspected to have originated in bats. Thousands of viruses are carried in animals and it's only a...
  18. Re: Warning Of Serious Brain Disorders In People With Mild Covid Symptoms

    Thanks for catching this, Julieanne. I was on my way here to post it!
  19. Re: President Bolsonaro Of Brazil Tests Positive For The Virus

    Julie, I'm struggling to remain civilized in these perilous times. :cool:
  20. Re: New Class Of Safer Analgesics Discovered

    But Julieanne, aren't acetaminophen and paracetamol the same thing? In which case, taking them together would be a double dose of Tylenol, potentially harmful to the liver.
  21. Re: President Bolsonaro Of Brazil Tests Positive For The Virus

    He's a clone of our own head of state.
  22. Re: Gene Therapy Is Facing Biggest Challenge Yet

    Wow, that's a lot. I wonder if it would make sense, or be affordable, for women to freeze their eggs, and men to freeze sperm, in advance of chemotherapy treatment.
  23. Re: New Class Of Safer Analgesics Discovered

    I can't wait that long! As an analgesic, acetaminophen does almost nothing for me.
  24. Re: Nurses Who Battled Virus In NY Confront Friends Who Say It Is A Hoax

    I want to say that this is incomprehensible, but in fact it's probably pretty believable, sad to say. We have been ruined by our president's constant repetition of the "fake news" phrase, to the...
  25. Re: President Bolsonaro Of Brazil Tests Positive For The Virus

    An exhibition of karma at its finest.
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