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    Vitamin D likely effective as an antidepressant

    That is the simple conclusion of the largest meta-study to date. Namely, vitamin D in doses above 2,000 IU daily has antidepressant effect when used as monotherapy. The antidepressant effects of vitamin D when used in combination with pharma antidepressant drugs is already well-established, so...
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    Levothyroxine (T4) Monotherapy Often Ineffective For Hypothyroidism

    As most of my readers know, the currently approved therapy for hypothyroidism is levothyroxine (T4). While technically T3 and combined T4/T3 therapy are also approved by FDA, the former is only used in severe cases of myxedema and the latter is considered obsolete and a remnant of the days when...
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    Another Human Study Shows Methylene Blue (MB) May Treat Alzheimer Disease (AD) If Used On Its Own

    A few months ago, a thread was posted about the news published by mainstream media that MB "failed" in a human trial for AD. It only failed when it was combined with other drugs currently used for AD, as those drugs are mostly cholinergic and highly excitotxic. When used on its own, MB showed...
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