Drug Testing for Hypertension Patients

June 24, 2018

A recent Medscape article made me wonder if doctors know they are being cast in the role of Big Brother for drug companies. The article is titled “Drug Test Spurs Frank Talk Between Hypertension Patients and Doctors.” It seems that a simple urine test will be able to tell your doctor whether or not you […]

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More Hospitals Require Flu Vaccines

June 20, 2018

Flu season is now officially over but here’s something that will affect hospital workers in the fall. In Nov 2017 I wrote that “Flu Vaccines Don’t Work” but in spite of them not being able to prevent the flu “More Hospitals Requiring Influenza Vaccine for Workers.” Let that sink in for a while and then […]

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Mitochondria Need Magnesium 

June 17, 2018

A Medscape overview of mitochondria highlighted for me the extreme importance of magnesium, but inexplicably the article failed to mention magnesium. Let me summarize the article for you. Commonly known as the powerhouses of the cell the major role of mitochondria is to produce energy (ATP) in the Krebs cycle, using magnesium in 6 of […]

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Migraine Prevention Injection versus Magnesium

June 13, 2018

Allopathetic medicine continues to dance around magnesium deficiency conditions using more and more expensive and invasive drug therapies even though enough research has been done to show that magnesium can treat and prevent migraines that are due to magnesium deficiency. Here is an excerpt from The Magnesium Miracle (2017): By 2012, Dr. Mauskop had sufficient […]

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Illness Anxiety Disorder

June 10, 2018

I have about a dozen blog topics lined up but often a headline will hit me like a ton of bricks and I have to blog about it immediately. Illness anxiety disorder is one of those blockbuster blogs that I have to write. What is Illness anxiety disorder? According to allopathetic medicine, it’s hypochondriasis with […]

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Who’s Making Your Supplements?

June 6, 2018

I was recently struck with an insight that I mentioned on my May 14, 2018 radio show. A customer said that an acquaintance of hers warned that she shouldn’t listen to me because I was selling products. I immediately thought, “Well, who else are you going to listen to?” And the other important question is […]

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Genetic Testing for Depression Drugs

June 3, 2018

Genomic prescribing has come of age. I wrote about this in Death by Modern Medicine. Dr. Allen Roses of GlaxoSmithKline announced in 2003 that this day would come. But my unanswered question remains. What’s the point of prescribing drugs for a condition that may be due to nutrient deficiency? But the old adage “When all you […]

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Screen More Diabetics: Give More Drugs

May 30, 2018

Allopathic medicine wants to expand the criteria for diagnosing diabetes to gather more patients – to do what? To give them more drugs, that’s what. It completes the trifecta for drug company profit because they have lowered the “normal” of cholesterol so more people take statins; they have lowered the abnormal of blood pressure and […]

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Magnesium Instead of NSAIDs

May 27, 2018

When an FDA Panel says: CV Safety of Celecoxib Similar to Naproxen, Ibuprofen the obvious observation is that Naproxen and Ibuprofen aren’t very safe either! All these NSAID drugs hurt the heart, they all deplete magnesium, they are for short term use only (10 days or less) and even short term use can harm the heart. But […]

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Telomeres Crave Magnesium 

May 24, 2018

An April 2018 article on Yahoo touts a supposed breakthrough in medicine “Enzyme That Affects Ageing, Cancer Decoded.”  Apparently scientists spent 20 years mapping an enzyme called telomerase that repairs the tips of chromosomes (called telomeres) so they don’t fray and deteriorate. The researchers were elated. They say that decoding telomerase, could lead to drugs that slow or […]

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