March 2003 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Land of the living

I’ve just finished reading a remarkable book that should be read by anyone who will ever be diagnosed with cancer. I know – that sentence is a paradox. None of us can predict that we’ll develop cancer.

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Go Terps!

The most important thing I can tell you today isGO TERPS!

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Quite contrary

The basic argument for eating organic is familiar: food that contains residues of pesticides and fertilizers introduce negative elements that undermine good nutrition.

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Vitamins and coffee

If you've ever gulped down your vitamin supplements with a swig of coffee and wondered if the combination might be a bad idea, you're not alone.

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Adverse drug reaction deaths

In a recent e-Alert ("Icebergs Ahead" 3/12/03) I told you that one estimate placed the number of yearly ADR deaths at around 227,000. That's pretty shocking. And members agreed, sending a number of e-mails requesting more information.

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Here's the catch

If you think you’ve heard everything on the subject of heartburn, acid reflux, and the pharmaceuticals that treat those problems, keep reading. Because I have some information about a popular acid reflux medication

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Burning down the house

I have a critically important warning today for anyone who may be taking medication for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) – a warning that could save lives.

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