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Statins for 8-year-olds; now Tamiflu for infants

Can it get any worse? The FDA has now approved the use of Tamiflu for infants as young as two weeks. My question is this. How do they know if it’s the flu or simply a common cold—or maybe a … Continue reading

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Protein Shakes—No one needs them!

Not Teens! Not President Clinton! No One! So why do so many people take them? Teens Turn to Protein Shakes to Pump Up – ABC News. That was the title of a recent article that caught my attention (See link … Continue reading

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“Common ground” wisdom of 5 pioneering M.D.s (videos)

Chapter 1 of our book features five pioneering medical doctors who promote chronic disease prevention and reversal with a simple shift to a whole foods, plant-based diet. While some of them may disagree with some of the others on a … Continue reading

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GERD, NERD & other food-driven ailments that baffle doctors

Meanwhile, Pepsi has a new fat-blocking soda with fiber. While watching portions of CBS This Morning and The Late Show (Letterman), two news stories caught my attention. One was about untreatable heartburn and the other about a new fat-blocking soda … Continue reading

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Lopsided football score. Healthcare wallops Military 28 to 7

Putting our gargantuan cost of healthcare in perspective When Dwight Eisenhower left office in 1961, he warned against the growing power of the military-industrial complex. Too bad he didn’t warn against the Pharma-Food-Medicine complex—because the budget for that monster makes … Continue reading

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry; All about the drugs—and the $$

Finding Better Drugs Makes Lots of Money! Whereas, promoting health and avoiding disease does not. For that reason, we hear news every day about the continuous search for high-tech drugs that will enable us to protect ourselves from our bad … Continue reading

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Donate Blood. Save lives. Get a few free tests.

And help the American Red Cross out of an “emergency” situation. This post is an appeal for blood donations. According to an article in USA TODAY, the national blood supply of the American Red Cross is at its lowest level … Continue reading

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