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Category Archives: Alternative Medicine

Health problems and controversies in the alternative medicine health field.

When Science Looks Stupid. Realizing what has been obvious for decades… Sugar is toxic..

A new study published on Tuesday, by Dr. Robert Lustig, with the pediatrics department at the University of California, suggests that sugar “is toxic,” reports Time. According to Time, in most lab studies investigating the role of sugar on people’s health, when those…

Statin Drugs – Vaccinations – Pesticide dangers – Chem Trails

An interesting listen – Is Pure Science being Ignored and Manipulated for Vested Interest – Topics discussed by retired Neurosurgeon Russel Blaylock are – Statin Drugs Being Prescribed for Children – Side effects of Statins – Vaccination recommendations vs Real Science / Ignorance…

Pulling Back the Curtain on Tamiflu

By Dr. Mercola Anti-viral flu drugs like Tamiflu (oseltamivir) are stockpiled in many countries, including the US, for treating and preventing seasonal and pandemic influenza. Influenza can be deadly, but if you’re otherwise healthy, it typically is a self-limiting illness that runs its…

You Don’t Need a Weatherman To Know Which Way the Wind Blows

I was asked recently what my reason for not vaccinating my children was. I’ve been asked this many times. It’s an understandable question, coming from those who are shocked to learn that people even consider bucking the medical system and their infamous childhood…

Sleep Position May Impact Brain’s Ability to Clear Waste

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Fri, 08/07/2015 – 9:14am Bevin Fletcher, Associate Editor Helene Benveniste, MD, PhD, and Hedok Lee, PhD, analyzed the glymphatic pathways of rodent models to assess how body posture affects the clearance of brain waste. (Image: Stony Brook University) How you sleep – on…

Low Vitamin D Linked to Cognitive Decline

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Megan Brooks|September 14, 2015 Dr Joshua Miller Their findings were published online September 14 in JAMA Neurology. Low vitamin D levels are very common in older adults, especially African Americans and Hispanics, and are associated with accelerated decline in episodic memory and executive function, the…