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Anyone elderly and with a poor sense of smell is supposed to have a higher risk of dying within the next five years than people whose sense of smell is good. At least this is what a survey of around ... [more]

There are strong hints that helping oneself to sweetener in high doses increases the risk of developing glucose intolerance. Scientists at the Weizman Institute of Science in Israel have found valid ... [more]

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PhD Andrey Babayants published a picture
10 days ago
PhD Andrey Babayants published a picture
10 days ago
Ebola can probably be controlled by administering medical ozone as an insufflation into rectum. This is a low cost treatment that can be administered by persons who have had 30 minutes training.
30 days ago
Doctor Scott Isaacman commented on the News-item Suicide: A Way Out Of The Blind Alley
Excellent. Thanks for addressing this problem. There is no hesitation to attack other members of the top ten causes of mortality. We should be just as aggresive combating suicide.
32 days ago
Aren't sleep disturbance and anxiety both early signs of AD? Making AD patients more likely to be prescribed long-term benzos? Causal relationship far from proved.
47 days ago
Martina Jansen commented on the News-item Benzodiazepines: Alzheimer's helpers
As sleeping problems, anxiety, mood swings etc can be early signs of Alzheimer's disease, it is not surprising that there is a correlation between the users of these medications and those diagnosed with the disease some years later.
47 days ago
Guest commented on the News-item ADHD: Behaviour therapy for mum & dad
hi Dunja, you might want to look at a small study where we included deep stress neutralisation (of the reptillian brain). This technic was been developed in refugee camps in Africa where people suffer from war trauma, deep stress issues so to speak. ... [more]
47 days ago
Dr Richard Doehring commented on the News-item The randomisation of nonsense
Any attempt to ban "research" and publication of trials of alternative medicine would simply fuel the conspiracy theories about the persecution of alternative medicine by conventional practitioners, government, "Big Pharma", etc.

Rather let us ... [more]
at 21.10.2014
Claudia Conroy commented on the News-item The randomisation of nonsense
What about meditation's effect on the healing process and awareness. Brain image studies show the positive result of meditation on brain activity when a subject is exposed to a negative stimulant. Do we consider meditation alternative or adjunctive ... [more]
at 20.10.2014
I hope this article by Gorski and Novella, which is both rational and long overdue, receives attention/ space in the media aimed at the general public.
at 20.10.2014

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