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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The Mercury Puzzle

Did’ja ever get the feeling you’re in Wonderland looking for Alice? For instance, our powers that be outlawed mercury thermometers. Better you shouldn’t know your temperature than risk a broken thermometer that could leak, maybe, a half dram of mercury. The substitute thermometers, while not accurate, offer a general idea of your temp. Close enough,…

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Flaxseed: The Ticket To Where You Don’t Want To Go

Fish oil’s good for you. Everybody says so. Yeah, fish oil, that’s the ticket. Well, what about all the warnings about mercury in fish? Well, then, flaxseed’s good for you. Everybody says so. It contains plant-based fish oil.Yeah, flaxseed, that’s the ticket.

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ADHD Is Caused by Money

I’m frothing at the mouth and steaming from my ears because of an interview with Dr. Fred Baughman that I read. To start out right, Dr. Baughman is one of the good guys. He’s also a board-certified neurologist–both for kids and adults. To give you a quick overview, he calls the ADHD diagnosis a total…

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Bogus Medicine

Here’s the scene: You go to the doctor dragging your patooty behind you. Your body has ballooned, but your hair got thin. You discovered a whole new definition of tired. And is it normal to wear an overcoat to bed to keep warm?

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