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March 27, 2001
By Jacob Sullum
Physicians like to think they operate outside the grubby commercial world where the customer is always right. That is why a medical examination, ostensibly a service that you purchase from a doctor, is actually a ceremony designed to put you in your place.
By Barbara Ferguson, Arab News Correspondent
Medically Induced Plague - BAVA
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The intended purpose of this booklet is to alert you to:
By Marja Mogk for healthshop.com
Summary: Tired of forgetting? These brain boosters may help preserve and enhance the
natural memory loss that occurs with aging.
*If you only take one supplement for memory, take ginkgo biloba.
*Lecithin aids thought and memory.
*Ginseng helps with learning, alertness and brain circulation.
*CoQ10 increases cell energy and has antioxidant qualities for the brain.
*Zinc promotes mental alertness.
*Vitamin B-6 is the most important vitamin for memory.
Full article below.
Poisonous Plants Abound in House and Yard
I will never forget the day my son sampled a houseplant leaf. Although I didn't see him insert the pothos into his mouth, I did hear his screams. Alarmed, I called the poison control center and discovered why one little leaf can create such a scare.
Documents published by NAS/NRC indicate current intake levels are sufficient to cause chronic fluoride poisoning in the form of mottled teeth and crippling skeletal fluorosis.
"There are established principles of inductive logic which are associated historically with William of Ockham and Sir Isaac Newton. They are used in the empirical sciences for the discovery or identification of causes in nature. Given a strong trend or association observed in nature, take the simplest and most fitting explanation as the cause, unless and until the contrary be shown. Likewise, attribute like causes to like effects, unless and until the contrary be shown.
Ian E. Stephen.
Extracted from his self-published booklet "The Dickinson Statement: A Mind-Boggling Thesis" published in NEXUS magazine August-September 1995 issue.
Despite damning evidence on fluoride toxicity, bureaucracies and multinationals continue to pollute our drinking water and mess with our physical and mental health.
By Roger Highfield in Bordeaux
RED wine could provide the inspiration for new ways to treat Aids, sleeping sickness, heart disease and cancer, and even to rejuvenate blood and skin, experts told the first symposium on blood and wine yesterday.
Scientists from a range of disciplines assembled to discuss the health benefits at the University Victor Segalen in Bordeaux, home of famous appellations such as Pomerol, St Emilion, Medoc and Graves.