Soft drinks: Unsafe beverages

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June23, 2006

www.mindconnection.com

Amazingly, Americans (and people in other countries) actually drink a product that can rightfully be called Osteoporosis In a Can. And, it gets worse from there. Read on.

This poison goes by many brand names, such as Coca Cola and Pepsi.

Generically, this poison is on the market in formulations known as soda, pop, and soft drinks. It includes all carbonated beverages˜even carbonated plain water. The various substances in sodas compound the problem, especially the typical formulations with their carbonic acid or phosphoric acid.

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By Laura Adelmann
Mar 21, 2006, 21:01

To the federal government, many newborns, toddlers and preschoolers are undiagnosed mental cases with dire need of "treatment" (read: drugs).

Following the appalling trend of labeling school children with an ever-expanding list of mental disorders and medicating them with the cocaine-class of drugs like Adderall and Ritalin, government is promoting universal mental health screening and treatment " beginning with babies.

The Federal Mental Health Action Agenda, the blueprint to implementing the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, is targeting America's youngest by promoting mental health screenings in places like daycares and schools.

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The New York Times
June 21, 2006
By GARDINER HARRIS

WASHINGTON, June 20 — After more than a year of quiet negotiations, two influential senators are expected within weeks to introduce a legislative proposal that could drastically change how drugs are tested and approved in the United States.

The senators, Michael B. Enzi, Republican of Wyoming and chairman of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, and Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts, the ranking Democrat on the committee, still refuse to speak about the proposal, representatives for both said.

But committee staff members have for weeks been showing legislative talking points to drug industry representatives, scientists and others on Capitol Hill to help tailor the proposed legislation and build support for it.

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International Medical Veritas Association
June 6, 2006

Radiation at extremely low levels is a health hazard that medicine is not dealing with because it uses dangerous levels of radiation in both its diagnosis and treatment of disease. Radiation hazards have been grossly underestimated because they have to be. If they were not then both the medical industry and the atomic power industry would be vulnerable to staggering liabilities. Radiation is an invisible terror that works insidiously in the background so it is easy to hide its place in the deterioration of the publics' health. But slowly and steadily radiation hazards are destroying not only our health but that of our children and our children's children and many more generations to come. (This week the IMVA will publish about mercury in the air as a similar hazard. But coming next is Uranium Causes Cancer)

"Chernobyl" remains what it became 20 years ago, the name of a horror that doesn't show itself.

Serge Schmemann
NY Times

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American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Vol. 83, No. 6, 1254-1255, 1420-1428
June 2006

The evidence continues to pour in that eating plenty of fruits and vegetables is good for your health. In this case, researchers found that both young and old age groups had improvements in bone mineral status when they ate a lot of fruits and vegetables.

Specifically, boys and girls aged 16-18 years and women aged 60-83 years had significant positive associations between spine bone mineral content and fruit intake. In boys, the association was true for neck bone mineral content as well.

Among women aged 60-83 years, a significant positive association was also found between spine bone mineral content and fruit intake. The results found that if fruit intake doubled, it would result in a 5 percent increment in spine bone mineral content.

Previous studies have also found associations between fruit and vegetable intake and positive measures of bone health.

It is not yet known how fruits and vegetables may affect the bones, though some suggest it may be the alkalizing effect of fruit and vegetable consumption on acid-base balance. Other possible mechanisms include the dietary effects of vitamin K, phytoestrogens and other unidentified dietary components they contain.

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Vienna, Virginia
http://www.nvic.org
Barbara Loe Fisher

Note:
In 1997, Andy Wakefield, M.D. was a guest speaker at the First International Public Conference on Vaccination sponsored by the National Vaccine Information Center in Washington, D.C. The title of his talk was "Measles Virus and Measles Vaccine: Lessons to be Learned" and he made his presentation despite threats from people in high places in the medical profession in Great Britain and elsewhere who warned him his career was on the line.

Although Kathi Williams and I assured him we would understand and the audience would understand if he had to withdraw in order to save his career, Dr. Wakefield declined the offer. Refusing to be bullied by those acting more like hit men in a medical mafia than healers, he said "I will not live my life in fear." He believed what he had discovered about measles virus, MMR vaccine, intestinal bowel disease and autism was something that had to be discussed publicly to prevent more children from being harmed.

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June 17, 2006
By Evelyn Pringle

According to Kelly O'Meara, author of the newly released book, Psyched Out, America has a drug problem. "It's not as covert as those illicit and illegal "Just Say No" drugs," she says, "but, rather, Americans have become drug users by way of being diagnosed as suffering from one or a number of alleged mental disorders."

"Sharing one's feelings with a doctor," she warns, "more often than not is all it takes to be diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder and prescribed a mind-altering drug to "treat" the disorder."

According to O'Meara, "scattered data from a variety of sources provide a shocking glimpse at not only the direction the drugging of America is heading, but also," she says, "the number of Americans being labeled as mentally ill."

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By Brian Vaszily
SixWise.com
June 16, 2006

Just when you thought it couldn't get any more despicable, along comes BusRadio.

Their business will be to pipe ads, corporate-sponsored contests and promotions for their commercial website -- along with music -- into school buses, and into our children's ears, on their way to and from school.

This "content" will be segmented by the students' age group, so the busloads of elementary school kids will get ads and other propaganda most alluring to them, while the middle-school and high school students will each get ads and other propaganda most alluring to them.

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New York Times
Editorial
June 16, 2006

The Supreme Court yesterday substantially diminished Americans' right to privacy in their own homes. The rule that police officers must "knock and announce" themselves before entering a private home is a venerable one, and a well-established part of Fourth Amendment law. But President Bush's two recent Supreme Court appointments have now provided the votes for a 5-4 decision eviscerating this rule.

This decision should offend anyone, liberal or conservative, who worries about the privacy rights of ordinary Americans.

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Rene Caisse was a nurse living in Canada who for a period of almost sixty years treated hundreds of people with a herbal remedy she called Essiac (Her name spelled backwards). She discovered this remedy through a patient in the hospital where she worked who had been cured of cancer. The patient had used a herbal remedy given her by an Ojibwa herbalist. Rene left the hospital in 1922 at age 33 and went to Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada where she began administering Essiac to all who came to her.

The majority of those whom she treated came on referral with letters from their physicians certifying they had incurable or terminal forms of cancer and they had been given up on by the medical profession as untreatable. Rene began gathering the plants and preparing the herbal remedy herself in her own kitchen, in a building lent to her for her patients. She administered Essiac both orally and by injection.

In cases where there was severe damage to life support organs, her patients died but they lived far longer than the medical profession had predicted, and, significantly, they lived free of pain. Still others, listed as hopeless and terminal, but without severe damage to life support organs, were cured and lived 35-45 years (many are still living).

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