July 2016 - Page 2 of 5 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Court case may bring deadly truth about Tylenol into the open

The deep, dark secret about the dangers of Tylenol may finally be revealed. Last year I told you about a lawsuit that must have had Tylenol maker McNeil Consumer Healthcare in a panic. It threatened to expose how McNeil allegedly knew about Tylenol’s risks for decades, and even conducted secret research called “Project PAPA” on […]

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Breast ‘density’ warnings make for a thick fog of fear and confusion

For millions of women across the U.S. having that “routine” mammogram is anything but. I’m talking about women who receive a letter telling them they have “dense breasts” and that they should contact their doctor immediately. Maybe a 3D mammogram, MRI or ultrasound is next. Many are even told to repeat that same mammogram every […]

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Alzheimer’s vaccine idea sounds good until you know its risky history

They’re saying it could be “one of the most important developments in recent medical history.” That’s if it doesn’t kill you first. A group of Australian and U.S. researchers are working on what looks like the most frightening thing to come down the Big Pharma pike in a long, long time. It’s a vaccine for […]

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FTC petitioned to take ‘false and misleading’ Gardasil ad off TV

“I saw the commercial and actually gasped.” “Get this lying and deceiving ad off TV.” Those are two of the comments made about that disgusting new ad put out by Merck. It’s the one I told you about that tries to guilt parents into getting their child a Gardasil shot. Now, an expert in molecular […]

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Lawyers join forces to take on California’s despotic vaccine mandate

For more than a year I’ve been telling you about California’s SB 277 — the most dangerous, dictatorial vaccine law in U.S. history. California kids are thrown out of school if they don’t have all 30-plus vaccines the CDC recommends. And not only public schools, but private ones and daycare as well! And forget objecting […]

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Not keeping that food properly chilled can end your picnic at the ER

Picnics, outdoor grilling and packing up the cooler for a fun trip to the beach can be some of the best joys of summer. But if you’re not careful, these outings can turn into a trip to find the nearest urgent care or ER. When the temperature rises, it’s time to take extra precautions with […]

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Older patients are at surprisingly high risk of opioid addiction

We’ve all heard the shocking stream of reports about opioid painkiller addiction — and death. And you may have thought, “That could never happen to me!” But a new report has put this agonizing health crisis in a whole new light. Researchers have found that several common surgeries — including some that thousands of seniors […]

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