May 2011 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

More shocking details you've never heard about vaccines

In a CBS News interview, Ratajczak described one part of her findings this way: Some kids are genetically hypersensitive. Damage occurs when their immune systems are thrown out of balance by the intense onslaught of numerous childhood vaccines. She believes this may be one of the causes of autism.

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Urgent NSAID warning for heart attack survivors

NSAID use was linked to a 45 percent increase in the risk of death or recurrent heart attack within just one week of beginning use. This risk increased to 55 percent when NSAID treatment lasted more than three months.

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The most controversial detail about vaccines has been kept in the dark

With all the controversy swirling around vaccines and autism, it seems that the most controversial point of all has essentially been locked in a dark room and deliberately kept from us. It may not be the vaccines themselves that cause autism but there is one constituent that is causing great alarm.

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Intramuscular shots are often given at the wrong spot, risking nerve damage

A new report in the Journal of Advanced Nursing indicates that most nurses are not giving intramuscular injections correctly.

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The low-salt myth gets busted, one study at a time

In fact, if you follow your doctor’s advice and cut your sodium intake to deficiency levels, you’re more likely to HARM your health. And the older you are, the greater the harm.

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In treating AMD, choices are complicated...and dangerous

It’s one of the most common–and most feared–diagnoses that comes as we get older…age-related macular degeneration (AMD). And it’s especially scary because it’s the leading cause of blindness in seniors.

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Colonoscopy screening may be overused among Medicare patients

Colonoscopy can be a lifesaver. But it appears that some doctors are overdoing the procedure in older patients with Medicare benefits.

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