Scientific American has “Second Thoughts On Fluoride”

A new article in Scientific American discusses harmful effects of fluoride. It is called “Second Thoughts on Fluoride.” New research indicates that fluoride adversely affects the thyroid, bones, teeth and even the brain. It documents calls to rescind mass fluoridation. ‘Fagin, award-wining environmental reporter and Director of New York University’s Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program, […]

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Legal drugs more likely to kill than illegal drugs.

An article by Christopher Kent states that legal drugs/medication are a much bigger threat than illegal drugs. He states that while recreational drugs kill between 10-20,000 Americans each year medications kill over 100,000 of just hospital patients a year. One study cites that almost of 200,000 total people per year are killed from medication side […]

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Voting fraud in New Hampshire likely

New Hampshire uses Diebold machines that have been hacked and covered in the movie Hacking Democracy. Black Box Voting recently posted an article stating concerns that New Hampshire is vulnerably to vote fraud. Now, according to this forum thread, it seems likely that there was vote fraud in both the Republican and Democratic primary there. Blackbox Voting […]

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Upper Cervical Care featured on the Montel show.

Today (12/18/07), an upper cervical doctor was featured on the Montel Williams show. Montel states in the promo that it changed his life. One of my patients said it was just like what I did but with a table instrument. The procedure that was featured is Atlas Orthogonal. Orthospinology, NUCCA, and Atlas Orthogonal all come […]

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Will Work For Food!

Holiday Food Drive December 10th to 15th   Help us help others! Monday December 10 – 14, new patients get a consultation, exam, and x-rays for a bag of groceries. That’s $215 worth of services! Established Patients: Saturday December 15th. Get an visit that day only for one bag of groceries. RSVP (440) 943-6411 Appointments necessary! […]

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Sweet Misery. Documentary on Aspartame and Nutrasweet.

In the mid 1960’s, a scientist working for the GD Searle company on an ulcer medication, tasted the powder that he was working on. He found it sweet, and this is the story of it becoming the major artificial sweetener sold today. Nutrasweet is the trade name for the chemical aspartame. Here it is:   Part 2 […]

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Sex Hormone In A Can: Plastic Part 3

Evidently there is a plastic liner in metal cans that contains large amounts of Bisphenol A.  Bisphenol A, which comes from plastic, is a chemical that mimics sex hormones. One big culprit is tomatoes, which are acidic and leaches the chemical out more. They also single out plastic containers and plastic wrap and it is important […]

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Why I use Thorne Products.

Recently, a patients’ medical doctor challenged the quality of the supplements that I use. Ninety percent of is from Thorne Research. They are truly dedicated to quality and even consider what they lubricate their machinery with. They use third party testing, pharmaceutical grade manufacturing, and are certified by the Therapeutic Goods Administration of Australia. Not only that, […]

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Volcanic clay found to kill 99 per cent of MRSA superbugs

Volcanic clay found to kill 99 per cent of MRSA superbugs From our ANI Correspondent London, October 29: Dirt that originated in French volcanoes has the potential to kill up to 99 per cent of colonies of bugs like MRSA and E coli within 24 hours, say scientists. The researchers believe that agricur, found in the […]

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FDA Panel Recommends Banning Cold Remedies For Kids

After two days of deliberation an FDA Panel has recommend that the FDA ban cold remedies for kids. I mentioned in a March blog that the Baltimore health commissioner was going to ask the FDA to do this after multiple child and infant deaths. Now an FDA panel is recommending a ban.   From Friday’s […]

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Purpose of Appendix Found

Scientists believe that they have found the purpose of the appendix. It seems that the little appendage that is attached to our intestines is designed be a reservoir and a cultivator of beneficial bacteria. When we are sick and our body purges our bowels, the appendix can repopulate our bowels with bacteria. No mention on […]

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Poll: “If you eat something bad, and you throw up, is that healthy?”

Yes!  Our bodies have a natural reaction to heal itself. If we swallow a poison, our body will rid of it the quickest way that it can. First we will throw up, if the poison travels lower into the digestive system, we will get the runs. Diarrhea and vomiting can be a healthy response to toxins. […]

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Atlasprofilax: A potentially dangerous procedure.

Imitation as a form a flattery. Two weekends ago, I had a booth at a health and wellness expo and I had a chance to observe a practitioner of a new form of atlas work called Atlasprofilax. Initially I was curious about what he was doing, I’m always open to learning new things.  But now […]

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