Autism Research Confined to Drugs

October 16, 2017

During my Fibro/CFS Webinar on Oct 6, 2017, a chat message came from a listener who said that a Research MD, PhD in San Diego, Dr. Robert Naviaux is doing working on a “crucial link to normalizing our mitochondria and thus normalizing our energy production.” He said that Dr. Naviaux’ research is aimed at treating […]

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5th Annual Rewire Your Brain to Think Thin

October 10, 2017

My colleague, Marna Thall has gathered the world’s top experts and authors in weight loss, hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistics, Emotional Freedom Technique (Tapping), guided meditation, emotional eating, overeating, and food triggers to give you proven strategies and tools you can use to Rewire Your Brain to Think Thin. Marna doesn’t call it a Summit as much as a Training […]

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Tom Petty – One More Bites The Dust

October 4, 2017

When will it get through to the medical establishment and the public that we are fighting a war against magnesium deficiency? Tom Petty, American rocker should not have died at age 66. His band was called The Heartbreakers and tragically he died of a heart attack. The FDA won’t let me say that a heart […]

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My Amazing Mitochondria

October 2, 2017

After reading my Lady Gaga Feels Your Pain blog, someone reminded me that Fluroquinolone toxicity can be misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia. Fluoroquinolone forums are saying that these drugs leech minerals from the body and magnesium deficiency is a known marker. This reader wondered if Fluoroquinolone toxicity, which is already known to be associated with mitochondrial damage, has anything […]

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Rebuttal to Casewatch article against me

September 30, 2017

The post on Casewatch “Disciplinary Action against Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D.” has been circulating online for decades and since my audience is expanding and many people don’t know me personally, I’ve finally written a detailed rebuttal of the fake trial that took place in a kangaroo court with the sole purpose of removing a license […]

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Lady Gaga Feels Your Pain

September 26, 2017

Fibromyalgia has taken center stage since Lady Gaga revealed that this condition has forced her to cancel part of her 2017 European tour. According to WebMD, fibromyalgia is the second most common condition affecting bones and muscles with widespread muscle and joint pain and fatigue. The muscle pain is described as burning, twitching, or tightness. It […]

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Biohacker Is the New Health Nut

September 19, 2017

Biohacking rehashes what most of us know as taking personal responsibility for your health, proving the old adage that “there is nothing new under the sun!” Hacking appeals to the Millennials who grew up on computers so they incorporate the term hacking into their own biology. The dictionary definition of hacking is to gain unauthorized […]

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The Anti-Supplement Lobby

September 17, 2017

On Aug 23, 2017 CNN-Health posted the following: “High doses of vitamin B (B6 & B12) tied to lung cancer risk, study says.” My fellow doctors on the Advisory Board of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service (OMNS) say it’s a crock!! Click on their website and scroll down to a critique of the article posted in a press release […]

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Hospitals Make You Worse

September 16, 2017

If I were to describe a dystopian novel where people go into hospital sick in order to be cared for and come out disabled, you would be horrified. However, that’s what’s happening in today’s hospital care for the elderly. I’ve written about it in Death by Modern Medicine and called the section “Warehousing the Elderly.” […]

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Science Denies Your Pain

September 11, 2017

In my Apr. 23, 2016 blog I wrote about Statins & Muscle Pain and described how the drug industry tries to cover up the muscle pain side effects of statins. In June 2017 The Lancet published “Statin-associated muscle symptoms: beware of the nocebo effect.” This is a study that actually denies that statins have side […]

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