By Tammera J. Karr, PhD When I saw this headline in the Scientific America magazine from August 20th, 2014, I was suppressed for two reasons. The first is this magazine hasn’t been overly receptive of information of this nature over the last few years. The second reason is the controversy over fluoride in general. Like […]
by Tammera J. Karr, PhD If you are the cook in your family, you know how it feels to be in someone else’s kitchen or at a motel with a kitchenette and not have, those essential utensils to cook with that you are accustomed to. While in sin city, we were fortunate to stay in […]
Minefield Out There By Kate Ramsayer / The Bulletin Published: March 23. 2008 4:00AM PST What are the risks? If someone is exposed to too much mercury, it can case a variety of neurological problems, including cognitive defects, inflammation of the nerves and tremors, as well as neurological damage to a developing fetus . If […]
Study: Contaminant Levels High in Parks ASSOCIATED PRESS, February 26, 2008 BILLINGS, Mont. — Pesticides, heavy metals and other airborne contaminants are raining down on national parks across the West and Alaska, turning up at sometimes dangerously high levels in lakes, plants and fish. A sweeping, six-year federal study released Tuesday found evidence of 70 […]
Dentists Alerted to Fluoride’s Health Damage in Journal of American Dental Association Dentists Rarely Admit Fluoride’s Adverse Effects New York (PRWEB) February 12, 2005 — “The combination of gastric problems, difficulty in swallowing, leg muscle pain, and pain in the knee and hip joints is a key indicator of fluoride toxicity, and patients using high-concentration […]
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