Talking sex: Sex and drugs – dangerous cocktail

The Jamaica Gleaner Dec. 20, 2008 Dr Alverston Bailey, Contributor The sexual act releases a plethora of hormones such as phenylethyl amine, dopamine, noradrenaline, endorphin and oxytocin. These hormones induce in you a sense of euphoria. However, many persons yearn to augment the intensity of the experience and try recreational drugs. However, the dangers of Continue Reading …

A Call for Help from a Mother Whose Daughter is Affected by Gardasil

December 18, 2008 Dear Leslie,   My daughter and I moved to Colorado in March of this year. Ashley, my daughter, had her vaccine in Iowa. We are going back for Christmas and I plan on meeting with the doctor who gave her the vaccine. I am getting her charted records for the lot numbers Continue Reading …

Healthy sperm: Improving your fertility

MayoClinic.com Your lifestyle and your exposure to certain environmental factors may affect your sperm and your fertility. Here are some things to boost your sperm quality and improve your fertility. Do your sperm pass muster? Despite several months of effort, you and your partner haven’t yet conceived. You’re not ready to seek a fertility evaluation, Continue Reading …

Breast Cancer Patients May Get Estrogen Exposure from Skin Creams

MEDPAGE.com SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 17 — Breast cancer patients may unknowingly expose themselves to estrogen by using certain skin moisturizers, a breast cancer survivor reported here. Laboratory analyses identified a half-dozen different products containing measurable levels of estriol and estrone, Adrienne C. Olson, Pharm.D., of Breastlink in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., told attendees at the Continue Reading …

Low Thyroid Increases Risk of Death from Heart Attack by Seventy Percent

NaturalNews Wednesday, December 17, 2008 by: Barbara Minton, Natural Health Editor By taking natural thyroid hormone tablets to reduce the level of thyroid stimulating hormone to the low end of the normal range, men and women can reduce death from cardiovascular disease by 70 percent. This earthshaking finding far exceeds results from any drug intervention. Continue Reading …

Hormone Replacement And Its Link To Breast Cancer

 NEW YORK (WBZ) December 16, 2008 It’s what Phylis Smith isn’t taking that may just be keeping her cancer free. When the 61-year-old started menopause, doctors said not to take hormones because breast cancer ran in her family. And now a new study finds that hormone replacement therapy is directly connected to a high risk Continue Reading …

Concern for the Male Population

NaturalNews Saturday, December 13, 2008 by: Susanne Morrone, C.N.C., citizen journalist  Canada’s national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, reports something is happening to men and boys which concerns scientists and researchers: fewer boys are being born than girls. How far-reaching is this problem? In a study by Dr. Devra Davis of the University of Pittsburgh, Continue Reading …

Modern Medicine Hilariously Claims Credit for Reduction in Heart Disease Deaths

NaturalNews Tuesday, December 16, 2008 by: Mike Adams, NaturalNews Editor Key concepts: Death rate, Disease and Heart disease The death rates for heart disease and stroke among U.S. citizens has dropped 30 percent between 1999 and 2006, reports the Journal of the American Heart Association. Researchers are hailing the report as a major success in Continue Reading …

Mystery illness paralyses girl given cervical cancer jab

This is Cervarix vaccine (Gardasil) http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/health/article5337885.ece   Sunday Times   December 14, 2008 Daniel Foggo and Philip Cardy A 12-year-old schoolgirl has been left paralysed from the waist down by a mystery illness that came on 30 minutes after she was given the new anticervical cancer jab. Ashleigh Cave suffered dizziness and headaches soon after Continue Reading …

Viet Nam Health Ministry Reviews Cervical Cancer Vaccine

The Health Ministry has launched an investigation into the procedures used to approve two cervical cancer vaccines that entered the market this year. The investigation reviews the clinical trials and regulatory approvals made in Viet Nam for the two drugs Gardasil and Cervarix. According to Prof. Nguyen Ba Duc, head of the Cancer Treatment and Prevention Institute in Ha Noi’s K Hospital, the vaccines supposedly protect women for life. But the vaccines have been in circulation for only three years, and the claims had not been conclusively proven, he said