Compounded bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (cBHRT) is in peril. Help support a sign-on letter in Congress telling the FDA NOT to limit access to these treatments. Action Alert! The letter, circulated by Reps. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) and Michael Burgess (R-TX), draws attention to many of the issues with the FDA’s process we’ve discussed in our Pulse newsletter in the past, urging the FDA to enact policies that allow patients to continue using cBHRT. Read more.
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Health News in Review: A new C. Difficile Treatment, New AMA Medical Education, and new Insights into Ribosome Oxidation and Free Radical Theory of Aging
On April 26, 2023, the FDA approved Vowst for the prevention of recurrence of Clostridioides (formerly known as Clostridium) difficile infection (CDI).  There are approximately 500,000 cases of CDI each year in the United States, leading to 10,000 – 15,000 deaths per year. It is the most common hospital acquired infection. Read more.
Botox’s Ugly ‘Side Effects’ Run Deeper than Skin, Alter Mind & Numb Emotion
Millions around the world have, and no doubt will continue to receive Botox injections, but this increasingly popular ‘beauty’ strategy has a dark side: it doesn’t only deaden facial nerves and muscles; it may also alter human cognition, emotion, and possibly empathy as well. Read more.
Benfotiamine in the Management of Insulin Resistance in Type II Diabetes: A Personal Account
Regulating insulin resistance is better than using insulin injections for type II because insulin produces hyperinsulinemia which is not good for people. It is my contention that using benfotiamine to lower insulin resistance stops the side effects of hyperinsulinemia. Thiamine loss can be caused by several circumstances. Having a diet heavy in processed cereals and white rice causes the body to eject thiamine when it is needed for heart output. Thiamine deficiency symptoms include weakened heart muscle and even heart failure. Read more.
CONSUMER ALERT: The Deadly Reason Tylenol Should be Removed from the Market
Tylenol, a trademarked form of the chemical known as acetaminophen or paracetamol, is one of the most commonly used painkillers in the United States today, yet is also one of the most dangerous. For instance, nearly 500 die and 30,000 are hospitalized each year in the US as a result of its well established, yet seldomly discussed toxic effects. Read more.
10 Tips for Surviving Allergy Season
If you’re like many of us, this time of year can be both beautiful and vexing. Blossoms begin to adorn our trees, and our cars and patios are coated with a dusting of yellowish-green pollen. For spring allergy sufferers, that means itchy, burning red eyes; scratchy throats; sneezing; wheezing; coughing; and sinus congestion. Read more.
Three Patent Games Used by Big Pharma to Monopolize Medicine
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This Might be Your Last Chance to Save Homeopathy
The FDA has claimed the authority to remove any homeopathic medicine from the market whenever it wants to. We need to take immediate action to make sure homeopathic medicines survive. Action Alert! Read more.
Further Insights into Covid-19 Etiology and Susceptibility
As we pass the three-year anniversary of the World Health Organization’s declaration of Covid-19 as a global pandemic, more than 6.8 million deaths have been attributed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus with 1.1 million (16%) of those deaths occurring in the United States. Read more.
Ginseng Provides Natural Help for Hair Loss
The two FDA-approved medications for hair loss come with a risk of significant side effects. Ginseng provides a powerful natural alternative. Read more.