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Fluoride Deemed Effective in Osteoporosis Study

Fluoride Deemed Effective in Osteoporosis Study

Tuesday October 23, 2001

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Fluoride, in combination with calcium and vitamin D, increases bone mass and lowers the risk of backbone fractures associated with osteoporosis, researchers report.

Fluoride is known to stimulate new bone formation, but concerns about its safety have limited its use in the elderly, according to Dr. Craig D.


Estrogen Does Not Prevent Recurrent Strokes: Study Shows

Estrogen Does Not Prevent Recurrent Strokes: Study Shows

Wednesday October 24, 2001 By Amy Norton

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite some past evidence that hormone replacement might lower stroke risk in older women, new research shows that estrogen therapy does not protect women from recurrent strokes and may instead carry some risks.

The findings add to growing evidence that hormone replacement therapy does not have


Altering the Diet May Ease Fibromyalgia

Altering the Diet May Ease Fibromyalgia

Thursday, October 25, 2001 By Keith Mulvihill

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The results of a small, preliminary study suggest that people with fibromyalgia may experience reductions in their symptoms if they eliminate one or more foods from their diet.

Lead investigator Dr. Joel S.


Alzheimer's May Be Linked to Body Shape

Alzheimer's May Be Linked to Body Shape

Thursday, October 25, 2001 By Emma Hitt, PhD

ATLANTA (Reuters Health) - Alzheimer's disease may be more common among people with a relatively small waist but sizable hips than among people with the opposite proportions, researchers suggest.

The measurement of the waist relative to the hips, called the waist-to-hip ratio, measures the distribution of body fat.


Long-Term Stress and Nutrition Changes

Long-Term Stress and Nutrition Changes

October 23, 2001

With the fear of terrorism and bioterrorism increasing, Americans can more successfully deal with the long-term stress that may become a part of our lives by making slight adjustments in what we eat, according to an internationally known nutrition scientist.

“Small increases in the fat and protein in our diets and increasing our exercise can disrupt the body´s natural tendency to deal with s


<b>Natural Solutions Radio #18<br>Special Edition<br>December 1, 2000

From Dr. Boyd E. Graves

Dear Eliezer Ben-Joseph,

Below is the text of Dr. Graves' original letter to President Clinton 2.15.99. This letter did not receive even the standardized response letter from the Whitehouse.

One year later, on March 3, 2000, Boyd Ed Graves would hand deliver over 3,000 signature petitions to Congresswoman Tubb Jones in Washington D.C. and be physically thrown off the capitol grounds by the Sargeant of Arms. Within another month April 31, 2000, President Clinton would declare AIDS a threat to U.S. national security.

Natural Solutions Radio #17<br>Special Edition<br>November 30, 2000


Excerpt from the World Island Review.

Radiation still so intense, the area is highly dangerous.

A heavy layer of radioactive ash in Rajasthan, India, covers a three-square mile area, ten miles west of Jodhpur. Scientists are investigating the site, where a housing development was being built.

Natural Solutions Radio #16<br>November 16, 2000


October 19, 2000--Gaithersburg, MD (Reuters)--An ingredient in dozens of cold remedies and weight-loss drugs is linked to a higher risk of strokes, an advisory panel said on Thursday in a move that could lead to a ban on the chemical in over-the-counter drug products. The ingredient, phenylpropanolamine (PPA), appears in products used by millions of Americans, including Dexatrim and Acutrim for weight loss and cough and cold medicines such as Dimetapp. . . .

Natural Solutions Radio #15<br>Special Edition<br>November 11, 2000

Urban Legands and Common Sense

I receive so many emails from others that if we only used a bit of common sense we would realize just how ridiculous it is. This pretty much sums it up:

* Should Be Required Reading For All Email People!

This should be required reading to get an e-mail account. Whoever decided to create this note and forward it on should receive some type of Humanitarian Award. It would be hopeful, yet doubtful, that this will clean up some of the junk that comes across the net.

Think about it ...

Natural Solutions Radio #14<br>November 8, 2000


Researchers have discovered that people suffering acute asthmatic attacks have an unusually high level of acidity in their lungs. This is an important finding that may lead to an easy-to-administer treatment for these attacks, as well as open a whole new approach of researching the disease.