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I have written about glyphosate before (there is a list of posts below), but there have been some important new studies since I last wrote about it, and I thought I should discuss the newly discovered and alarming dangers we … Continue reading
The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines have been in the news frequently for the last several years. Young girls are encouraged and sometimes required to have the series of three vaccinations, and now, the HPV vaccines are even recommended for young … Continue reading
Dr. Robert Lusting is in the mainstream news right now because of his interview (includes video) by Dr. Sanjay Gupta on 60 Minutes last Sunday. The story is titled “Is Sugar Toxic?” Dr. Lustig, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology … Continue reading
Don’t just read the headlines! Don’t just listen to the sound bites! There are many stories going around right now that seem to say that women have been neglected because they haven’t been given statins as often as men. Who has … Continue reading