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Calcium May Increase Levels of 'Good' Cholesterol

Apr 12, 2002

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Calcium supplements can boost levels of HDL, or "good," cholesterol in postmenopausal women, according to a report from researchers in New Zealand.

Dr. Ian R. Reid and colleagues from the University of Auckland randomly assigned 223 women to take either 1 gram of calcium daily, in the form of calcium citrate, or an inactive placebo, for one year. The women's average age was 72, and none had been treated for high cholesterol or osteoporosis.

'Huffed' Solvents Act Like Cocaine on Brain-Study

Mon Apr 15, 2002

By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The fumes from glue, lighters and other solvents that children and young adults inhale go straight to the same brain regions that are stimulated by cocaine and other drugs, researchers said on Monday in a study that shed light on the appeal of "huffing."



While we were sleeping somebody stole


What if you were to wake up one morning to that headline in your morning paper? Well, it's time to WAKE-UP AMERICA, because as we slept, someone has stolen America. The thieves have dismantled our Constitution, eroded our rights and liberties and destroyed our economy.

Democrat Implies Sept. 11 Administration Plot

By Juliet Eilperin

Washington Post Staff Writer
April 12, 2002

Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-Ga.) is calling for an investigation into whether President Bush and other government officials had advance notice of terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 but did nothing to prevent them. She added that "persons close to this administration are poised to make huge profits off America's new war."


Major 911 Oddities Revealed In NY Firehouse Documentary

From Top View

On March 11, 6 months after the September 11 destruction of the World Trade Center, CBS aired a film consisting largely of documentary footage on the firefighters of the FDNY's Engine 7, Ladder 1. Engine 7's firehouse is just several blocks from the WTC.

The footage was taken by a team of two French brothers, Jules and Gedeon Naudet, who'd begun their documentary on the life and times of these particular firemen some days before.



Though virtually unknown to the layman, there is perhaps no substance more vital to life than the biologically-derived compounds known as Fulvic Acid. As humic material is decomposed by living microbes, these microbes create the most biologically complex organic compounds on earth. It is a power pack which aids and supplies all cellular life functions. Fulvic Acids enter into all living processes within the plant and animal kingdoms.

The Rise of Antibiotic-Resistant Infections

by Ricki Lewis, Ph.D.

When penicillin became widely available during the second world war, it was a medical miracle, rapidly vanquishing the biggest wartime killer--infected wounds. Discovered initially by a French medical student, Ernest Duchesne, in 1896, and then rediscovered by Scottish physician Alexander Fleming in 1928, the product of the soil mold Penicillium crippled many types of disease-causing bacteria. But just four years after drug companies began mass-producing penicillin in 1943, microbes began appearing that could resist it.