Women coping with menopause have been ignored by mainstream medicine for years, and now the FDA is making it worse by threatening to ban estriol and other medicines that can support women’s health. Action Alert! Read more.
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FDA Gives Accelerated Approval for Risky Alzheimer’s Pill
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted accelerated approval for the Alzheimer’s disease drug lecanemab (Leqembi). The drug, a monoclonal antibody, binds to amyloid beta in the brain. An 18-month study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found Leqembi reduced markers of amyloid in early Alzheimer’s disease and led to “moderately less decline” in cognition and function compared to placebo. However, the study added, the drug was “associated with adverse events.” Read more.
Big Pharma’s Influence in Shaping the U.S. Medical Model
The United States is the most medicated country in the world, with 70 percent of Americans using at least one prescription drug daily. The U.S. also has the highest rates of obesity, heart disease, childhood illness, and autoimmune disease, yet it often touts its health care and medical research as the best in the world. Read more.
My Journey out of a Grim Diagnosis
I am a male 65 year old healthcare professional who was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer, in December 2021 and had a tumor removed from my transverse colon on December 30, 2021. The cancer had metastasized to my lymph nodes, my liver and my lung. Approximately eight weeks after surgery, I started traditional chemotherapy and intravenous vitamin C. On my first visit with the oncologist, she informed me that my prognosis was grim and that I had approximately a two year survival rate. Read more.
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Evidence Based Medicine Takes a New Turn
Distinguished members, our decades of disparaging nutritional therapy have paid off at last. The public, and their healthcare providers, are completely hoodwinked. By pushing “evidence based medicine” on the medical professions, we have elegantly slipped in our choice of evidence to base medicine on. And this is no mere journeyman accomplishment: this is high art. Mr. Machiavelli would be pleased. Certainly the pharmaceutical cartel is. We are well on our way to eliminating the competition, namely that increasingly irritating “orthomolecular medicine” faction. Read more.
American Academy of Pediatrics Promotes Surgery and Drugs for Childhood Obesity
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released its first new guidance about obese children in fifteen years, and it called for aggressive treatments to address overweight kids that included medication for children as young as 12 years old and surgery for 13-year-olds. One in three children is obese or overweight. Read more.
mRNA Vaccines in Livestock for the Food Supply, and Companion Animals, Are Here Now
Neither the USDA nor the NIH track potential new mRNA injections, vaccines or drugs for the animal market. Dr. Malone found news articles and studies that showed various mRNA drugs are available or are being developed for animals that are used for food production, including mRNA COVID vaccines for livestock and companion animals; Read more.
Can Diabetes Drug Protect Against Aging?
ANH delves into another popular anti-aging technique. Whether searching for healing waters or buying sketchy “anti-aging” potions, the drive to turn back our biological clocks is as old as time itself. The diabetes drug metformin has been getting a lot of attention, even among non-diabetics, for its potential to help reverse aging. Does metformin really help us turn back the clock? Are there better alternatives? Read more.
Bone Health and Osteoporosis: An Orthomolecular Perspective
Osteoporosis, like most other disease, is caused by many factors including deficiencies of essential nutrients such as vitamin D. But the central dogma has been promoting just prescription drugs and calcium supplements. This strategy sounds simple and straightforward, but unfortunately not only does it not work, it may even be harmful. There is a rich body of data in the literature showing that lifestyle, nutrition, toxins, and hormonal balance have an impact on bone health and osteoporosis. Read more.