June 2001 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Multiple Sclerosis Treatment involving Spine Alignment

Drugs and surgery are the only treatments doctors offer for multiple sclerosis (MS), but they rarely slow down the disease, to say nothing of reversing it. So, when we heard about a chiropractic procedure that may send MS into remission, we had to check it out.

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Mainstream researchers "discover" herpes link

For years, we at the Health Sciences Institute have been warning you that the herpes virus is the cause of many serious disorders. Now, scientists claim they're the first to "make the connection" between herpes and neuropathy, a nerve disorder – even though it's widely known that shingles is caused by the virus.

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Popular supplement now shown to stop deadly epidemics

Recent animal research shows that selenium stops viruses from mutating and becoming more potent. When deficient mice were injected with a flu virus, the microbe's potency increased so much that they suffered from viral symptoms more than 3 times longer than infected mice receiving the selenium.

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Lupus sufferer feels "Like a million bucks"

For 16 years, Antoinette tried every imaginable mainstream and alternative "cure" to overcome the degenerative effects of lupus and fibromyalgia. These mysterious diseases have bewildered medical experts for decades. Now, if Antoinette's experience is an indication, a solution may have been discovered in a special combination of supplements called Myco+ derived from rain-forest plants.

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Survey ways you want the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to regulate supplements

According to researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health, there is "broad public support for increased government regulation" of dietary supplements.

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FDA Regulation of Herbs in Foods

The FDA is telling food manufacturers they cannot add healthful herbs to foods because they're not "generally recognized as safe." Apparently, you can drink herbal teas, with ingredients such as ginseng. But the FDA believes herbs immediately become dangerous the minute they're mixed with juice or cereal!

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AMA Information Blackout

The American Medical Association (AMA) is complaining that too many Americans are getting health-related information from the Internet. A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association claims the information is "incomplete," and that 70 percent of Americans use it to help make health decisions.

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