1. haidut

    Surgery no better than placebo - doctors are superfluous

    A great article that should give a serious food for thought even to the most ardent defenders of allopathic medicine. Despite the findings of the (in)famous Dr. Ioannidis that 80%+ percent of most clinical trials for drugs are bunk, one of the unassailable bastions of medicine has always been...
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    β-glucan Attenuates Cognitive Impairment Via The Gut-brain Axis In Diet-induced Obese Mice [10- 2020

    β-glucan attenuates cognitive impairment via the gut-brain axis in diet-induced obese mice [10- 2020 ] : MushroomSupplements
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    Looking For Study

    I am looking for the study indicated by underline below. Has anyone found it? Peat mentions in another place that exposure to modern medicine, and in particular medical radiation reduced life expectancy. It sounds like it might be the same study. Does anyone have a link? Thanks in advance. Much...
  4. haidut

    More Than 30% Of GP Doctors Suffer From "compassion Fatigue"

    What a twisted/perverse way to say that a good portion of doctors are psychopaths. If anybody thinks this is an exaggerated/unsubstantiated statement check the link below. Psychopaths make the best doctors because they can switch off emotionally So, while the article at the end of the post...
  5. haidut

    A Call For Medical Nihilism - To Do Nothing Is Also Good Medicine

    To my greatest surprise, I stumbled upon yet another article in the Scientific American (SCIAM) that looked completely out of place in that publication. After all, SCIAM was (and continues to be) a bastion of official medicine and its articles often read more like drug company brochures than...
  6. haidut

    Hobbies Trump Science least when it comes to learning highly sophisticated, life-saving surgical skills, which in my opinion makes the thread title that much more valid. In fact, I would make the sweeping generalization that it applies to all science and that one of the reasons we are currently in a scientific...
  7. haidut

    Self-experimentation May Be The True Driver Of Progress In Medicine

    This is a very good overview that makes a number of good points that Peat has also touched upon in some of his articles. Apparently, there was a lot more self-experimentation in the medical and other scientific fields going on before 1950s. In the vast majority of cases, these experiments...
  8. Giraffe

    Sulfur In Human Nutrition And Applications In Medicine

    "Because the role of elemental sulfur in human nutrition has not been studied extensively, it is the purpose of this article to emphasize the importance of this element in humans and discuss the therapeutic applications of sulfur compounds in medicine. Sulfur is the sixth most abundant...
  9. haidut

    The return of morphogenesis in medicine

    Ray has written quite a bit about biological fields (as opposed to mechanical / genetic dogmas) and their relevance to human health and disease. I have been noticing quite a few new studies popping up in the last few years, but these two caught the attention of the general public and are now...
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