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    Another COVID-19 Treatment Trial Halted For Safety Reasons

    Things are not looking good right now for most COVID-19 human trials. This is the second treatment trial to be stopped within the last 2 weeks. Eli Lilly's Trial For COVID-19 Antibody Treatment Halted For Safety Reasons Also, this is another trial where the adverse event experienced by a...
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    Fluoride At Levels In Tap Water Is As Toxic As Lead And Mercury For The Brain

    Finally some brave souls found the courage to publish a piece of truth. Fluoride is one of the "cornerstones" of public health policy and studies going against the established dogma are very rarely published. Whatever evidence about fluoride's toxicity comes to light is usually explained away...
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    Hidden Side Effects: Half Of Medical Studies Withhold Data On Adverse Results

    The proposed excuse is "limited space" in the publishing journals and of course the incentive to hide adverse events for marketing reasons. I doubt there are many high impact journals left that have not gone online where "limited space" is lie. Who cares if the PDF of the study is 150KB or 200KB...
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    Glycine Virtually Eliminates Adverse GI Effects Of Aspirin

    I posted a study earlier on co-administration of glycine improving the absorption of aspirin. It looks like it also prevents the negative GI symptoms of aspirin intake in some people. The ratio needed is 2:1 in favor of aspirin, which means that if you are taking 1g of aspirin, you need to take...