August 2003 - Page 3 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Reaching new heights

If you think that growth hormones for a young man of normal height sounds crazy, I agree. But at what age and what height would it not sound crazy?

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Heart health and supplements

“So, there’s lots that can be done, and a shotgun approach of nutrients (not drugs, which the body does not know how to metabolize properly) is the way to go about it.”

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Salt and potassium

Traditional medicine tells us that patients with hypertension should avoid salt in their diets. More recently this idea has been questioned, and often dismissed by many doctors.

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Seeing triple

Her eye is doing much better now, but her vision problem might not have occurred at all if she had known about a 2002 study that showed how (NAC) may be effective in relieving blepharitis symptoms, and possibly even preventing the condition.

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Preserve the health of your computer

My regular work schedule was disrupted this week by a virus. A computer virus, that is. And although I wasn’t sick in bed, at one point I felt a little sick when my computer started malfunctioning, not allowing me access critical files.

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Nasaleze

At that time, Nasaleze had plenty of enthusiastic users (including HSI Members), who had found great relief from both hay fever and eczema. But Nasaleze had not yet undergone any clinical trials.

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Mr. Advertising

A long-running series of children’s books from the UK called “Mr. Men” has run afoul of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.

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