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STOP THE PRESSES!

Health Sciences Institute e-Alert 

April 28, 2003 

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Dear Member, 

This just in: frozen vegetables are better for you than fresh vegetables. That's right - don't waste your money or risk your health on fresh vegetables. And not only that: fruit is bad for you. Fruit, it turns out, can give you Parkinson's disease! 

LONG LIVE THE REVOLUTION

The Health Sciences Institute e-Alert

April 24, 2003

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Dear Member,

Around lunchtime on Thursday last week I was saddened to see the breaking news in my e-mail inbox: Dr. Robert C. Atkins had died that morning at Cornell University Medical Center in New York City. After I mentioned this briefly in last Thursday's e-Alert, I received this e-mail from an HSI member named Jaime: "When did Atkins die, what did he die of, and how old was he?"

OUT THE INBOX

The Health Sciences Institute e-Alert

April 21, 2003

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Dear Member,

Last week I heard a report on NPR about pending anti-spam legislation. This is sort of a hot button with me because, as I'm sure you can imagine, we do receive e-mails at HSI accusing us of sending spam. But we have a strict anti-spam policy: We send our e-mails only to members who have given us their e-mail addresses or to those who have asked us to send them the e-Alert through ours or another website.

JUST FOR THE POISON OF IT

The Health Sciences Institute e-Alert

April 10, 2003

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Dear Member,

The study of Parkinson's disease may have just taken an important leap forward with a new study that reveals a clue as to exactly who may be most at risk to develop this extremely debilitating disorder.

MILKY WAY

The Health Sciences Institute e-Alert

March 9, 2003

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Dear Member,

What do cabbage, rat poison, and yogurt have in common? Believe it or not, they're all things we eat. (Don't be alarmed about the rat poison - there's a good explanation.)

The other thing these three items have in common is that they're all topics that HSI members have asked about in response to a recent e-Alert about milk ("Skimming & Scamming" 3/19/03).

QUITE CONTRARY

QUITE CONTRARY 

Health Sciences Institute e-Alert 

March 27, 2003 

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Dear Member, 

You CAN fool Mother Nature, but there's a price to pay if you do. 

The basic argument for eating organic is familiar: food that contains residues of pesticides and fertilizers introduce negative elements that undermine good nutrition.