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March 1999 (Vol. 9 Issue 12)

MagazineMarch 1999 (Vol. 9 Issue 12)

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FEATURE Two all purpose detox cure alls

Activated charcoal is a medicinal form of charcoal that has the capacity to absorb whatever molecules it encounters

FEATURE Proof of benzo baby damage abounds

The authors of the Canadian research paper on benzodiazepines in WDDTY vol 9 no 8 have missed the point

FEATURE How well are your detox systems working?

The following tests can help to judge the overall efficiency of your body chemistry and its ability to handle waste

FEATURE Breastfeeding: safe for mum, dangerous for baby

While recommending breastfeeding as a way to minimise breast cancer risk, the amount of chemicals nursing mothers transmit to their child is higher than what they will absorb in their lifetime

FEATURE Abortion another cause of cancer

In the October newsletter I was surprised to see no mention of abortion as a link to breast cancer

FEATURE How to keep your detox system healthy

There is no one specific way for everyone to detoxify his or her body, whether by fasting, drinking lots of vegetable juices, sweating or taking vitamins

FEATURE Pure, white and brain deadly

Monosodium glutamate has been blamed for a huge range of non life threatening but disturbing effects, from dizziness, light headedness, mental confusion and panic attacks, to hyperactivity and behavioural problems in children

FEATURE Acitretin

Acitretin is the generic name of Roche's psoriasis drug that seems to have got under the skin of the drug regulators

FEATURE Low risk people get cancer, too

I wonder if you can understand how those of use who have been treated for breast cancer feel when reading your recent headline: "Breast cancer: a preventable disease", particularly when, like me, the condition was diagnosed when in our 20s

FEATURE Dangerous masqueraders

Most of the children studied by Dr William Shaw, former head of the toxicology laboratory of a major midwestern children's medical centre and now with the Great Plains Laboratory in Overland Park, Kansas, are diagnosed within the autistic spectrum

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