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SAVE A SAMURAI

Health Sciences Institute e-Alert

May 20, 2002

Dear Reader,

After last week's e-Alerts about Alzheimer's, Ritalin, and stroke, I was ready for something a little lighter and thought you probably were, too. As the temperature dances back and forth between 50 and 80 degrees on the East Coast, some days it's hard to remember that summer is coming. But it is.

4...3...2...1

Health Sciences Institute e-Alert

May 21, 2002

Dear Reader,

Every day, more than five million Americans take statin drugs to manage high levels of LDL, the "bad" cholesterol. But at what cost?

News of the side effects of statins abound: liver damage, sexual dysfunction, and decreased insulin sensitivity to name just a few.

D'S DAY

April 30, 2002

Dear Reader,

It may not get the popular press of its "cousins" C and E, but new research is showing us that vitamin D may reduce the risk of heart disease. That's right, in addition to keeping bones strong and reducing the effects of osteoporosis, a new study reports that vitamin D may protect women from heart disease.

But are you getting enough of this less-famous vitamin? And do you know the best sources? (Hint: it's not in your milk carton.)

THE LAST SIGHTING

Health Sciences Institute

April 16, 2002

Dear Reader,

There's no other way to say it - the FDA strikes again.

In between extorting hundreds of millions of dollars to approve drugs, only to yank many of them off the market a few months later (not to mention placing unconstitutional gag orders on people trying to inform the public of the health benefits of simple vitamin E), they are now making it nearly impossible for you to get your hands on one of nature's most powerful - and proven - pain relievers.

WHEN GOOD TREATMENTS GO BAD

Health Sciences Institute e-Alert

April 17, 2002

I was startled and very disappointed yesterday when I heard the shocking news about the popular herbal prostate health formula PC-SPES. I first read about in an e-mail I received from Ralph Moss, a Ph.D and a nationally recognized authority on alternative cancer treatments.