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Suppressing Stomach HCL Creates New Problems

A study performed on mice by researchers from the University of Michigan Medical School at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute shows that acid suppressing medications (proton pump inhibitors, like Prilosec and Prevacid) may actually aggravate the conditions that they are designed to treat. The stomachs of mice treated with these drugs developed more inflammatory changes […]

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Can you Spare just One Hour a Week for Depression?

Regular exercise may prevent many cases of future depression, according to a new Australian study, and researchers say that as little as one hour a week can make a real difference. The paper, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, followed more than 22,000 healthy Norwegian adults without symptoms of anxiety or depression for an average of 11 years, asking them […]

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How to Combat a Forced Flu Shot

Dr. Blaylock’s list of suggestions on how to reduce the toxic effects of a vaccine   Number one on the list says Dr. Blaylock, is to bring a cold pack with you and place it on the site of the injection as soon as you can, as this will block the immune reaction. Once you […]

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The Reason Chronic Infections are Challenging

What are Biofilms? Biofilm consists of microorganisms encased within a self-produced matrix of exopolysaccharides and exoproteins that strongly adheres to interfaces and resists dislodgement. Microorganisms residing within biofilms are highly resistant to antimicrobials including antibiotics and bacteriocins produced by probiotics. Biofilm Protects Potential Pathogens from Predation Biofilm is the preferred form of life for the […]

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Asthma and the Adrenal Gland

Adrenal suppression may be an issue in asthmatic patients. A study, published in Thorax (1993;48:599- 602) looked at children who were taking 400 micrograms of steroids per day. The subjects of the study were 49 children who had a mean age of 9.2 years, taking budesonide and 28 children with a mean age of 10.2 […]

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Medication-Induced Dementia

Signs And Symptoms of Dementia Symptoms vary in scope and intensity depending on what kind of medication is being taken, and the individual taking it. Most variations do include both cognitive and physical symptoms. Confusion and lack of understanding Trouble generating abstract thought Disturbances or difficulty with memory Disorientation Lethargy Depression Fatigue Hallucinations   Steroids […]

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Antibiotics Block our Immune System from Fighting the Bugs

  Antibiotics can be life-saving drugs—but they also weaken our immune system and lower our defenses when we need to fight off infections. The drugs interfere with ‘first-line’ immune cells—known as neutrophils—and they also weaken the intestinal barrier which stops invading bugs. As a result, we’re much more susceptible to ‘severe infection’, said Koji Watanabe […]

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