December 2003 - Page 2 of 5 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Colloidal silver and the flu

Whenever flu is the topic of an e-Alert (as it was several times recently) I always receive a comment or two about the use of colloidal silver (CS) to prevent illnesses or shorten their duration.

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The cows are long gone

Earlier this month, a BBC News report quoted Allen Roses (a senior executive of Europe’s largest drug maker, GlaxoSmithKline) as saying that more than 90 percent of all drugs are effective for only 30 to 50 percent of those who use them.

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Sunlight exposure is essential to good health

On the contrary, sunlight exposure is essential to good health. The key is balance. Too much sun is just as unhealthy as too little.

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Natural memory loss solutions

“Many of my friends including myself have been having memory lapses.” Sound familiar? That comment was posted by a member named Albert in an HSI Forum thread titled “Memory Loss.”

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Boston and New Hampshire plan to buy prescription drugs from Canada

On the same day, Boston’s Mayor Thomas M. Menino told reporters that beginning next summer his city will buy Canadian drugs for city employees, creating a projected savings of $1 million per year.

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Staying healthy without drugs

Vitamins and minerals don’t necessarily give you a clear physical sensation of feeling healthier, so you take them on faith that you’re promoting good health in the long run.

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Interactions between drugs and nutrients

In the e-Alert “Iron In The Fire” (6/3/03), I told you how pharmaceuticals may interfere with the absorption of nutrients.

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