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  1. md_a

    Ray Peat's Newsletter - This Novel Flu Season - May 2020

    Buteyko and Other Scientific health and educational Issues At my request, Ray Peat, PhD www.raypeat.com Has released his recently completed May 2020 newsletter below for free distribution to those who wish to do so. He has also Similarly released his previous March 2020 newsletter which is a...
  2. md_a

    How Chronic Fear Results In Hypoxia In Tissues And Cancer In Humans Through Bohr Effect

    How Chronic Fear Results In Hypoxia in Tissues and Cancer in Humans through Bohr Effect Professor Sir Sorush Niknamian; Dr. Somayeh Zaminpira Fear is a number of chain reactions in the brain that occurs when one encounters a potentially harmful stimulus. The amygdala is the part of the brain...
  3. Dan Wich

    HDL Composition And Its Connections To Different Disease States

    I'm shockingly uninformed on the Peat-ey perspective on HDL, but maybe this explains some of the flaws in the "you should blindly increase HDL levels" idea: HDL Composition May Help Predict Health Risks and Design Therapeutics And the actual study: HDL Glycoprotein Composition and Site-Specific...
  4. Amazoniac

    The Human Circadian Clock's Seasonal Adjustment Is Disrupted By Daylight Saving Time

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/10/071024123249.htm http://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(07)02086-6 Daylight saving time by country - Wikipedia ?
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    Menopause Is Associated With Accelerated Lung Function Decline

    http://www.atsjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1164/rccm.201605-0968OC Going through the menopause impacts the lungs the same way as smoking 20 cigarettes a day for a decade, scientists claim. Experts say the change accelerates the decline in the lungs' ability to expand and expel air. This could make...
  6. Constatine

    BCAA's Reduce Autism Symptoms

    New form of autism found BCAA's administered directly to the brain seemed to reduce autism symptoms significantly. Might this be due to BCAA's lowering brain serotonin via reduced brain trypotophan?
  7. Maric86

    Does Hypothyroidism Make You Short? This Study Says So

    Acquired hypothyroidism in childhood and adolescence INTRODUCTION Hypothyroidism is the most common disturbance of thyroid function in children; acquired hypothyroidism is most often caused by autoimmune thyroiditis [1]. As in adults, acquired hypothyroidism can be caused by both thyroid...
  8. ecstatichamster

    Supposed Alzheimers Plaques Show Up In Clear Thinking Aged People

    Don't have a study as this was just presented: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161116132813.htm Not surprisingly, the entire Alzheimer's treatment community will still be doing the same things, even though these amyloid-beta plaques probably have nothing to do with the problem.
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    Cough Virus Kills Liver Cancer Cell And Hepatitis C Virus

    http://medicalxpress.com/news/2016-11-virus-liver-cancer-cells-hepatitis.html
  10. Luann

    Not Low Carb, But Lack Of Choline And Methionine, Cause Keto Success

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221287781300063X In this study we examined the role of methionine and choline in mediating the metabolic effects of KD. We have found that choline was more effective than methionine in decreasing the liver steatosis of KD-fed mice. On the other...
  11. haidut

    Riboflavin Therapy Can Reverse Myopia

    As the article says the therapy is not yet approved by the FDA in the US but if it works as well as it is being described then it is only a matter of time to get it available here. I am not sure I am thrilled about the UVA light used as part of the procedure, but still it is an impressive...
  12. haidut

    Blocking Endotoxin (TLR4) Can Prevent Pre-term Birth

    The number of so-called preemies has been steadily rising over the last 2 decades. The official explanation is that the cause is unknown, but the only officially approved treatment is progesterone. This study sheds a bit more light and claims that endotoxin is behind the majority of cases of...
  13. L

    Radiation May Contribute To Development Of Alzheimer's

    Concern that radiation may contribute to development of Alzheimer's https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/10/161027122751.htm
  14. keith

    FDA Media Manipulation

    How the FDA Manipulates the Media
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    Cross Talk Between Progesterone And Estrogen Receptors In Breast Cancer

    I've never posted on the forum before but I've read many posts with great interest and want to say thanks to everybody for sharing helpful information. I'm wondering if some of you can confirm what is being stated by a study I was looking at pertaining to both progesterone and estrogen relevant...
  16. Hugh Johnson

    Academia Is Killing My Friends

    Academia is killing my friends "Anything that is is born of the scientific thinking of man will ultimately destroy this world and you and me and everyone on this planet." - UG Khrisnamurti
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    Blue Zone Centenarian 'Mystery'

    "Gianni Pes, the Sardinian scientist who helped coin the term Blue Zone, is not convinced there is any such thing as a “longevity gene” that sets the populations apart. For one, there are genetic differences between the populations of the 14 towns that comprise the Sardinian Blue Zone...
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    The Hidden Truth About Aspirin

    I'm not an avid aspirin user, but appreciate the measurable improvements to health and wellbeing from ingestion. Some forum members have seemingly had significant problems with aspirin. In particular, this interpretation of John Vane's research was interesting. Is this theory bunk? I might look...
  19. L

    Coffee Increases Mental Health

    :-D Drinking Coffee Could Be Method Of Suicide Prevention
  20. P

    FDA To Strengthen Warnings About The Dangerous Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics

    http://medicalxpress.com/news/2016-07-fda-bolsters-class-antibiotics.html "The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it's strengthening label warnings on a class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones because the drugs can lead to disabling side effects, including long-term...
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