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  1. T

    Is tapering off 1 mg of valium per week fast if you're really unstable? Please help

    Hey all I'm in the hospital voluntarily but I'm about to leave, I'm here for tapering off benzodiazepines, valium to be exact and the doctor wants to taper off 1 mg per week. I did a cold turkey about 9 months ago for 4 days before I reinstated off 1 mg of ativan and 7 mg of valium and ever...
  2. Giraffe

    Outbreak of common colds after 17 weeks of complete isolation

    Sucharit Bhakdi in a recent interview said something along the lines that he got a cold, and this does not mean that someone infected him. He had spent time outside when it was cold, and he got cold, and this caused the symptoms. People need to understand, that the viruses are in us, and we...
  3. M

    Vitamin D3 makes me feel cold

    So I've been taking for almost a month vitamins D3 & K2MK4 (in one pill that I smash to dust and add to my milk) and just vitamin D3 (pill, same company as the other). Lately I upped my D3 dose to 8000 IUs and there was a reason for it, but I started feeling cold despite no changes in my diet...
  4. T

    Cold feet sitting

    Hi, I always have cold feet when sitting at work. I usually have cold hands and feet and it is so annoying. My mates are not that cold....But I have to move in order to keeping a little warm Anyone could help me please? Regards
  5. J

    Eating Liver Makes Me Feel Cold More Often And Faster, Why?

    On a low A diet I have less energy, can't sleep, have oily and worse skin, but my temps are higher between meals. I found I have to eat liver daily. I get great energy from it, sleep perfectly and have much better skin. But I always find it makes my temps drop faster between meals. Is this...
  6. haidut

    The "Global Warming" Is Actually A Cooling And Is Due To Solar EMF Changes

    In several interviews, Peat was asked by callers about his opinion on Global Warming. He said that in his opinion the official science on it is junk, and that the Earth may actually be heading towards a mini ice-age similar to the one recorded in Medieval times in Europe. He did not speculate...
  7. haidut

    Vitamin D Cuts The Risk Of Colds And Flu By More Than Half

    Vitamin D was once the darling of every family doctor. It was recommended for quite a few ailments both as prevention and treatment. However, in the first decade of the 21st century, the vitamin took a beating as a few large (but poorly designed) trials failed to find benefit for a number of...
  8. haidut

    Cold Temperatures Promote Tumor Growth

    Ray has been saying it for years, but here is the latest study (and I think the first admission by mainstream science) that warm-blooded creatures like mice (and humans) do not function well in the cold. http://arstechnica.com/science/2013/11/ ... h-in-mice/...
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