Some Random Thoughts

The biggest step you can take toward buoyant health is recognizing that your health is your responsibility. No matter how good your doctor is, he doesn’t know what you’re feeling, he doesn’t have much time to devote to you, and he’s not always available. The best situation is when you work with your doctor as…

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The Mystery Cause Of Thyroid Disease

One cause of thyroid disease–both hypo and hyper–is celiac (seal ee ak) disease. If you’ve ever heard of it, you get to go to the head of the class. It’s a health issue that’s gaining ground, but doctors almost never test for it. But, then, the test doesn’t tell the whole story anyway.

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They May Be Out To Get Us

I’ve talked before about plant-based estrogen look-alikes that throw our endocrine systems into a tizzy. Read my article about soy here. and my article about flaxseed here.

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Could It Be Lyme?

A dismayed grandmother commented on my article “The Autism Wars. (Read it here.) Her precious grandson was diagnosed and treated as autistic–when, in fact, he has lyme disease. She reports that a recent study said 90% of California kids diagnosed with autism actually had lyme disease.

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Judicial Overreach

And yet another judge has appointed himself God and issued a decree–probably a death sentence–to an innocent teen boy who had the misfortune to get lymphoma. Judge John Rodenberg in Minnesota sentenced young Daniel Hauser to chemotherapy over his and his parents’ objections.

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Whom Can You Trust?

Well, Dr. Andrew Weil put his foot in it–again. In his 5/16/09 column, he intones the politically correct mantra of the medical world that soy is good for you. Right out there in public, he says that. Like it’s the truth or something!

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TSH Tales

Yikes! I just read that a low TSH means a longer life–and feeling better as you go. Since my pituitary gland remains on a perpetual strike, it doesn’t do the TSH thing. My TSH, then, is almost invisible. So I plan to live really long and prosper.

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What We’re Up Against

40% of the U.S. population has thyroid problems. Few of them will ever feel really well again because doctors don’t believe in the one medicine that will help. Patient well-being is neither here nor there. Doctors claim it’s about science, but in fact, their position has absolutely no basis in science. Zero, zip nada.

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