Leslie Carol Botha on The Cycles Of Change radio program to announce Holy Hormones Radio

The Cycles Of Change radio program

Leslie Carol Botha, author of “Understanding Your Mind, Mood and Hormone Cycle” returned via invitation to: The Cycles Of Change radio program on October 11, 2013 to announce the launch of her new radio show on Voice America titled: Holy Hormones Honey! The Greatest Story Never Told Leslie Botha, and radio show host, K. David Continue Reading …

Human Papillomavirus–the bad, the ugly, and the misunderstood

Chicago Now

Jane of all Trades

June 10, 2010

What is it: HPV, or human papillomavirus is a sexually transmitted infection.
How common: HPV is extremely common–75 percent of all women will eventually come in contact with this virus. But the good news is that most of those cases will clear up by themselves in as little as two years.

Terrorists ‘could use exploding breast implants to blow up jet’

Telegraph.co.uk
Breast-implants packed with explosives could be used by terrorists to blow up an airliner, experts have reportedly warned.

By Heidi Blake
Published: 8:36AM GMT 24 Mar 2010

Radical Islamist plastic surgeons could be carrying out the implant operations in lawless areas of Pakistan, security sources are said to warned.

Explosives experts have reportedly said just five ounces of Pentaerythritol Tetrabitrate packed into a breast implant would be enough to blow a “considerable” hole in the side of a jumbo jet.

Could BPA Trigger the Fall of the Western World?

Eco Factory Submitted by Nate Kharrl on Fri, 2009-10-16 11:39 While many theories exists as to what contributed the most to the collapse of the Roman Empire, the speculation that lead compounds found in their food, water, and cosmetics generated widespread health and behavioral issues is well known. Roman citizens accidentally increased the lead level Continue Reading …

U.S. Drug Companies Chase Vaccines

Wall Street Journal
September 29, 2009
Abbott, J&J and Merck, Through a Spate of Deals, Expand in a Category With Built-In Buyers

BY JONATHAN D. ROCKOFF AND PETER LOFTUS

Amid rising concern about the threat of influenza pandemics, three big drug makers announced deals Monday that give them rights to new flu vaccines, placing bets on one of the pharmaceutical industry’s brightest, but riskiest, segments.

Historical facts about the dangers (and failures) of vaccines

Natural News
Saturday, August 29, 2009
by: Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor

Vaccines are the quackery of modern medicine. Mass vaccination programs not only fail to protect the population from infectious disease, they actually accelerate the spread of disease in many cases.

Many website have cropped up over the last few years to counter the pro-vaccine propaganda put out by drug companies (who profit from vaccines) and health regulators (who serve the drug companies). One of those sites is www.VaccinationDebate.com , which lists the following historical facts about vaccines:

Marian’s Story (Australia)

Gardasil: Women Hurt by Medicine
women tell their stories about ‘cervical cancer vaccines’

July 20, 2009 by Gertrude Green

Most of my adult life I have lived with the knowledge that I am at increased risk of cervical cancer. As a DES Daughter I have a lifetime risk of a rare clear-cell cancer of the cervix/vagina. This cancer, causally linked to in utero exposure to DES, is aggressive, symptomless and the usual Pap smear will not pick it up. I have to have an annual “DES examination” that involves colposcopy. (For more on the DES story: www.desaction.org.au )

Doctor’s MMR Fears – 3,000 babies at risk

ChildHealthSafety
Posted on July 6, 2009 by childhealthsafety

“Doctor’s MMR fears” Sunday Express – UK [Exclusive – 5 July 2009 by Lucy Johnston Health Editor]

3,000 babies a year could have condition that puts them at risk from jab, says expert.

Fresh fears for the safety of MMR vaccinations will be raised this week with a claim that more than 3,000 British babies could be at risk of autism and even death each year.

The claim centres on a condition that affects one in 200 people.

In a new edition of his book, The Truth About Vaccines, Dr Richard Halvorsen collates the latest studies that suggest children with the condition have developed autism after jabs.

Study: Gardasil not as cost-effective for boys

FiercePharma.com

June 25, 2009 — 11:05am ET | By Tracy Staton

Merck’s quest to expand the use of Gardasil to boys may have hit a snag. A new study by Harvard researchers found that vaccinating all boys with the human papillomavirus shot may be less cost-effective than for girls, Bloomberg reports. The improvements in quality and length of life aren’t as marked in boys as in girls, the study found, and its authors recommended that health officials focus on vaccinating girls against HPV.

Merck, however, has done its own analysis of the numbers, looking at boys and young men up to age 26. HPV causes cancers of the anus and penis, along with the cervix, and vaccinating males may not only prevent their illness but curtail the spread to women. Plus, Gardasil protects against strains of HPV that cause genital warts, which affect men as well as women, the company points out.

FDA Panel Backs Seroquel, Zyprexa and Geodon for Kids, But Cites Risks

NewsInferno.com
June 12, 2009

A U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) advisory panel voted to recommend approval of three popular psychotropic medications—atypical antipsychotics— for children with specific conditions. The vote concerned AstraZeneca PLC’s Seroquel, Eli Lilly and Company’s Zyprexa, and Pfizer Inc.’s Geodon .

According to the agency’s advisory panel, the three drugs have been deemed safe and effective for pediatric patients—children and teens—who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, Reuters reported. However while the panel did recommend approval of the broader use for Seroquel, Zyprexa, and Geodon, it did warn about the drugs’ long-term effects in children, said Reuters. All three drugs are approved for use in adults and, like any other medication, can be used off-label if the prescribing physician feels the medication is warranted, in this case, to children, Reuters pointed out. An expanded approval by the FDA would enable the industry to market the drugs for kids.