Category Archives: Research

The Gut’s Role in Parkinson’s Disease

Articles ­– Dr. Mercola Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder in which neurons and dopamine-producing cells in your brain begin to die. Symptoms progress over time and include tremors, slow movements, rigid limbs, shuffling gait, stooped posture and an inability to move. Patients may also […]

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Gut Bacteria and Dementia Linked.

HONOLULU — Depletion of certain gut bacteria, and an elevated level of other bacteria, are associated with an increased risk for dementia, a new study suggests. “Although our study has numerous limitations, the results suggest that the gut microbiome could be a new target for […]

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Remove Your Zombie Cells for Better Health

Senescent cell research moves into human trials Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 7:24 AM via Mayo Clinic Research news and Discovery’s Edge researcher in a laboratory working with test tubes for clinical trials Rochester, Minn. — Mayo Clinic researchers, along with collaborators from Wake Forest […]

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Anyone Interested in Some Facts About Climate Change?

 From ice core samples, (measurements which were made prior to 1950), the levels have been between 250–300 ppm for thousands of years (quite stable). (There are some controversies over the accuracy of using ice core samples). So the general consensus backed by evidence would show that CO2 levels have increased sharply during the last few hundred years. So if we take 250ppm increasing to 400ppm we get 37.5% increase (or what is commonly heard, 40% increase over the last several hundred years).

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Just Saying “We have the science.” Is not enough.

RE: Scientific Method Checklist:
“The checklist is badly needed. One cannot rely on the fact that a purported discovery was published in a high-status scientific publication. When we used the checklist to rate papers published in leading scientific journals, we found less than one percent of them to be compliant with the scientific method.”

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