February 2013 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Drug traces in water affects fish behavior. Are humans next?

Traces of an anti-anxiety drug in waterways affects behavior of wild perch — even prompting surprising reckless behavior. You have to wonder, are humans next? Could it already be happening?

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Surprise! Saturated fats won't kill you. Well...it's a surprise to anyone who hasn't been paying attention

Surprise! Saturated fats won’t kill you. Well…it’s a surprise to anyone who hasn’t been paying attention. The saturated fat myth will continue for years. But it will have to continue without us.

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This isn't the worst that can happen with Gardasil, but it's close to it

In one doctor’s heartbreaking experience with Gardasil, his daughter went from playing varsity lacrosse to coping with chronic illness. He wonders why he allowed her to get this “unproven vaccine.”

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Gardasil, the HPV vaccine, is simply too dangerous, according to a Gardasil insider

Gardasil is low on benefits and high on danger, but doctors are not telling parents about the genuine nature of the vaccine. These are the conclusions of one of Gardasil’s original researchers.

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This is the FDA double standard that rigs the system against supplements

A double standard rigs the system against supplement claims. It requires consideration of the “entire body of evidence.” This impossible standard doesn’t hinder the drug approval process.

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Antibiotic resistance in farm animals produces dangerous meat. Here's how to avoid it

Antibiotic use in farm animals produces antibiotic resistance in humans AND animals. That makes for dangerous meat. But you don’t have to wait for the FDA to take action to protect yourself.

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Revealed: How mainstream medicine’s great cholesterol lie could actually be killing you

Let me start by saying that even if your cholesterol is high (by mainstream standards), it may not be too high for you. We all have different “set points,” and what would be high for Joe Average may not be high for you. And that’s the first mistake many doctors make: treating you just like you’re everyone else.

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