-except Larry King,
And 2 More…
The experimental drug Tykerb has been shown to reduce the spread of breast cancer when combined with Xeloda, in a study led by Dr. Charles Geyer, Jr.
The combination of the 2 drugs almost doubled the delay when compared to trials done on Xeloda alone.
Tykerb belongs to a class of drugs that are more specifically-targeted and kill less…
Hair loss seems to have met its match in Saw palmetto berries!
Our friends over at HairLossBuddy.com report on a strange contest held in England over the course of 1 year.
The winner of the contest was someone taking freeze-dried Saw Palmetto Berries.
And as only HLB seems to do, he takes it to the next level with another supplement even more powerful than Saw Palmetto used for the same purpose….Read More >
–With a few conditions, as it may increase disease factors and doesn’t protect against every type of cervical cancer.
Now, if my wife and I go at the same time, can we get a 2 for 1 special?
… … … – what …? -And 4 More:…
Due to the fairly-recent DHMO research of scientists Eric Lechner, Lars Norpchen, Tom Way, Nathan Zohner and others, it has been shown that yet another chemical compound is pervasively affecting lives around the country (and probably the world).
This insidious substance is sometimes known as hydric acid or hydroxic acid.
Be forewarned: According to researcher T. Way, its influence looks to be incredibly difficult to escape. DHMO is more prevalent than Radon gas, and…
Inflammation and disease seem to be linked-together in increasing numbers. -For example: diabetes, dementia, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, some cancers, and other sicknesses.
Since many people already take Aspirin on a daily basis to lessen the risk of Stroke, Heart Attack and Cardiovascular Diseases.
–Is there an Aspirin-like Prevention Measure…
(-not really an answer btw, but more of an idea to start a discussion; either here, or with your doctor-)Read More >
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And Now For Something Completely Different, A Bodybuilding Fail…
A recent study authored by Dr. De-Kun Li of Kaiser Permanente and funded by the NIH and others,
Found that use of pacifiers at night for babies reduced the incidence of SIDS by up to 90%.
In the past, pacifier use has been found to reduce the incidence of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in studies at least as old as 1998,
-But never by quite this much.
Past studies have estimated reduction rates near…