June 2013 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Here's how you manage hormones... No drugs. No dangers. And tailored to fit your needs exactly.

A one-size-fits-all approach is a terrible way to replace lost hormones. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy tailors hormone replacement to your own personal levels.

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Exercise strengthens and tones muscles. Add statins to the mix, and your muscles might begin to fall apart

Exercise strengthens and tones muscles. Add statins to the mix, and your muscles might actually begin to fall apart. New evidence confirms the ludicrous danger of combining statins and exercise.

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The myth of public water fluoridation is unraveling worldwide as people realize the true dangers

Public fluoridation of water must go — and in hundreds of communities worldwide it’s going, going…and in some places it’s altogether gone. Find out how to detox the water in your town.

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Frightening problems are already reported in tests of an experimental HPV vaccine

An experimental HPV vaccine is creating frightening problems. It’s given in three doses. And in less than 20 girls tested, one had a seizure, and one a tension headache. Sounds all too familiar.

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Your freedom to choose safe, natural hormone replacement therapy is under attack again -- this time from Congress

Your freedom to choose safe, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is under attack again. This time the attack comes from Congress. If they’re successful, BHRT could end up banned.

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Your smartphone screen needs frequent cleaning -- and no, there's not an app for that

Just what we DON’T need — a new way to get sick! Smartphone screens are bacteria and virus incubators. Alcohol wipes are generally the best way to clean smartphones without harming screens.

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Petty FDA office politics might be very bad for your health

Petty FDA office politics might be very bad for your health. Agency insiders are squabbling about warning the public about cancer risk linked to a very popular class of high blood pressure drugs.

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