January 2006 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Aspirin thearpy might contribute to ulcer risk

A second heart attack is not really what most people are looking for in aspirin therapy, needless to say. And they’re probably not looking for an ulcer either, but they may have a fairly good chance of getting one.

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Is chelation therapy risky?

Whenever fatalities are associated with a non-drug therapy that’s not officially sanctioned by the FDA, we always hear rumblings about the unregulated dangers of treatments that don’t conform to mainstream dogma.

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The safety of chelation therapy

Whenever fatalities are associated with a non-drug therapy that’s not officially sanctioned by the FDA, we always hear rumblings about the unregulated dangers of treatments that don’t conform to mainstream dogma.

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PSA testing causes harm

“At present the one certainty about PSA testing is that it causes harm.”

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Highly questionable statements made by "experts"

I would be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy highly questionable statements made by “experts.”

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Gum disease and vitamin D

Studies show that high levels of vitamins C and D help prevent gum disease, especially in non-smokers who also exercise.

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The rocky road of unconventional treatments

The articles reveal that the Board has failed to protect Maryland citizens from doctors who are clearly committing malpractice. But they’re also “protecting” us from hard-working, smart doctors (like Dr. Rothstein) who don’t follow their dogma.

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