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The ADA's silver tongue

by William Campbell Douglass II, MD

The controversy surrounding silver amalgam dental fillings
continues to rage on. Silver amalgam fillings are not silver
at all, but half mercury with a little silver added, along
with copper, tin and zinc. The ADA still insists that they
are safe, despite the fact that one of the primary components
is mercury, a highly toxic metal. When the body is exposed to
mercury for a prolonged period of time, all sorts of health
problems can arise, including autoimmune diseases like

Alternative Parasite zapper

You can expel your parasites...

The Sputnik is a small electronic capsule, which emits frequencies lethal to human parasites.

You swallow it...and the parasites start to appear ( usually dead on arrival ) in your motions, within 12 hours.

Patients at the Turner Clinic of Alternative Medicine in Dublin, Ireland have been reporting amazing results with the Sputnik over the past number of years.

Magnetic Stimulation Relieves Depression

United Press International

By ED SUSMAN, UPI Science News

Monday, August 26, 2002

CHICAGO, Aug 25, 2002 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- Painless magnetic waves pulsed across the brain appear to relieve depression as well as the more traumatic and standard electro-convulsive shock therapy, researchers said at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.

Health Promotion and Lifestyle Advice in a General Practice

What Do Patients Think?

Maria Jose Duaso BSc MA RGN
and Philip Cheung BA MA Ed PhD

Background/rationale.   Since 1990 health promotion and lifestyle advice has been integrated in general practice and has been mainly undertaken by practice nurses. However little is known about patients' views of the service provided.

Aromatherapy May Do More Than Soothe Your Spirit

Mon Aug 19, 2002

By Randy Dotinga
HealthScoutNews Reporter

MONDAY, Aug. 19 (HealthScoutNews) -- Imagine inhaling a certain scent that would help protect your lungs from damage if you found yourself in a smoke-filled room.

A California scientist says his research into the healthy properties of aromas could make that a possiblity one day.

FDA Approves Light Therapy for Acne

Mon Aug 19, 2002

WASHINGTON (AP) - Patients with a certain type of acne can soon opt for light therapy to try to clear it up.

The Food and Drug Administration approved a device Monday that emits high-intensity light to help clear up moderate inflammatory acne.

The ClearLight system doesn't work on severe acne or mild cases of pimples but works only on inflammatory acne, which is caused by bacteria, said Neil Ogden, FDA's director of general-surgery devices.

The theory is that the light kills the bacteria inside the pimples.

Feds to Study Chelation Therapy

Wed Aug 7,  2002


WASHINGTON (AP) - The government is beginning a $30 million study to determine once and for all whether chelation therapy offers any benefit for sufferers of heart disease.

Chelation therapy is the main treatment for lead poisoning. A manmade amino acid called EDTA is seeped into patients' blood, through a vein, to sop up the toxic metal so it can be excreted in urine.