Archive for August, 2006

“Sometimes” Stupid?

Monday, August 28th, 2006

Look at the pic below… read it carefully…

 Now explain to me how the drug company that ran that picture to promote its drugs can promote that “SOMETIMES I HAVE ADHD?”
If it was a real disease you wouldn’t “SOMETIMES” have it! Like… I “sometimes” have Cancer… or I “sometimes” have Diabetes… or I “sometimes” have AIDS!
Now [...]


Saturday, August 26th, 2006

Our best selling ADRENAL REPAIR Package…
Improve your health and vitality and get your energy back!
Click Here:


Plan A, “Plan B” and Plan C? God Help Us…

Thursday, August 24th, 2006

The recent FDA approval of “Plan B” totally astounds me! I’m disgusted with our government. I’m disgusted with our health system. I’m disgusted with the public’s desire for more and more reasons to be irresponsible.
So, let’s see… you have irresponsible sex tonight (Plan A).. oh … don’t worry… in the morning you can take a [...]

Saliva Hormone testing vs. Blood Testing

Tuesday, August 15th, 2006

Are the levels of steroid hormones in blood and saliva the same? When the various glands manufacture the steroids they are released into the bloodstream bound to carrier proteins. Only a small fraction (1-5%) of a given amount of steroid hormone breaks loose from the carrier protein in the bloodstream and is free to enter [...]

Health Articles

Sunday, August 13th, 2006

Looking for health information on the internet? Interestest in learning about true causes to your body’s problems?
Click here:
Info on arthritis, natural hormones, natural face-lift, nutrition, depression, osteoporosis, menopause, Progesterone, Estrogen, acid reflux, sleep disorders, etc.

Cinnamon lowers cholesterol?

Friday, August 4th, 2006

Although research is still preliminary, doctors and researchers are getting excited about the diabetes and cholesterol-fighting potential of cinnamon.
Cinnamon probably “can’t harm in small doses, it may help and it’s not adding calories,” said Melinda Maryniuk, a senior dietician at the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston.
A small study completed last year on the possible health [...]