From: A-CHAMPAction Team [R Krakow]
March 1, 2006

A-CHAMP Alert

http://capwiz.com/a-champ/issues/alert/?alertid=8519116&queueid=633765701

Take Action! Two Unrelated Government Databases Show Same Downward Trend in Autism Cases

Click Here to Read the study/see below to TAKE ACTION:
http://www.a-champ.org/documents/geier%20Early%20Downward%20Trends%20JAPS%203-1 06.pdf
Early Downward Trends in Neurodevelopmental Disorders Following Removal of Vaccines": 

Thimerosal-Containing Study Shows Decline in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
After Removal of Thimerosal-Containing Vaccines

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February 27, 2006
Nutraingredients.com

Breaking News on Supplements & Nutrition - North America

Following last weekís claims and counter claims that dietary supplements may offer protection from avian flu, Stephen Daniells looks into statements that selenium supplements may offer protection.

Many novel virus have been found in selenium deficient populations, with experts suggesting that relatively harmless viruses can mutate into deadly versions on passing through a selenium deficient host.

This has led some to propose that selenium supplements may offer some kind of protection from the world's newest threat avian flu.

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From Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum
February 28, 2006

OPEN LETTER TO FDA - VIA CERTIFIED MAIL

DELANEY AMENDMENT: If a product causes cancer in animals it cannot be put in food!

The late FDA Toxicologist, Dr. Adrian Gross, testified to the Senate: "In view of all these indications that the cancer-causing potential of aspartame is a matter that had been established way beyond any reasonable doubt, one can ask: What is the reason for the apparent refusal by the FDA to invoke for this food additive the so-called Delaney Amendment to the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act? Is it not clear beyond any shadow of a doubt that aspartame has caused brain tumors or brain cancer in animals?

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ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN RESEARCH PROTECTION (AHRP)
Promoting Openness, Full Disclosure, and Accountability
http://www.ahrp.org

The Washington Post reports: "More than 7 million americans are estimated to have misused stimulant drugs."

For years leading child psychiatrists and the National Institute of Mental Health refused to entertain evidence of stimulant drug abuse and evidence suggesting that psychostimulant drugs-such as Ritalin- were addictive. They ignored the long-term follow-up study by Dr. Nadine Lambert of California; they ignored the warnings by Dr. Peter Breggin-marginalizing him as a parriah.  

But a new study by the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) surveyed 67,000 households and found that 1.6 million teenagers and young adults had misused stimulants, and that 75,000 "showed signs of addiction."

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Medicine's assault on calcium

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Originally published February 22, 2006
By: Mike Adams
http://www.newstarget.com

Quack science fuels calcium bashing frenzy

In the world of health news, I'm not sure who's worse: Dishonest researchers or illiterate science reporters. But in this case -- lucky us -- we get both. The issue surrounds the reporting of a recent study on calcium supplements in post-menopausal women conducted by the Women's Health Initiative (WHI), a U.S. government program. According to practically everybody in the mainstream press, the study shows little or no benefit of taking calcium supplements. Here's a sampling of the headlines you may have seen in the popular press:

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Mirapex Side Effect - Compulsive Gambling

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February 21, 2006
by Evelyn Pringle
http://www.opednews.com


Mirapex - Two Victims - Same Horror Story

In mid-2001, Joe Neglia went on a cruise to Alaska and that trip marked the beginning of his downward spiral into hell. The ship had a gambling casino on board and according to Joe, he was "instantly and savagely hooked on the slots."

A major problem arose when he came back ashore. "When I returned from the cruise I began hitting the local casinos," he recalls, "there were three within 25 minutes from my home."

"I hit them every day," he said, "frequently all day for two full years."

The daily gambling binges continued for two full years because that's how long it took for Joe to find out that, Mirapex, the drug he had been taking for Parkinson's disease, had turned him into a compulsive gambler.

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by Mike Adams
February 21, 2006
NewsTarget Insider
http://www.newstarget.com

The creation of infectious diseases that now threaten humans can be traced directly back to the way we treat animals... especially animals raised as food sources. The only long-term strategy we can adopt to prevent the death and suffering that accompany pandemics is to make permanent changes in the way we treat animals.

We must also take a look at the way we use antibiotics and how hospitals are breeding grounds for superbugs. We have to take a whole new look at what information we're giving people in terms of public health. Why are we limiting people to only two options here – a vaccine and an antiviral drug? Why aren't we educating people about all the antiviral herbs, foods and supplements that are more powerful than a drug, and that can't create a resistant form of the virus? The virus cannot build resistance if you're eating 30 different antiviral foods. Why has the public not been told this information?

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SSRIs - Poisoning In the Womb

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February 9, 2006. By Evelyn Pringle
lawyersandsettlements.com

New research has linked the use of SSRIs during pregnancy to a complication in newborns of a rare but life-threatening lung problem, according to this month's New England Journal of Medicine. Infants born to women who took the drugs in the second half of their pregnancy, had 6 times the risk of developing the disorder, the researchers reported.

Only a couple of days ago on February 7, 2006, WebMD reported a new study from Israel, in which about one out of three newborns exposed to antidepressants in the womb showed signs of neonatal drug withdrawal, which included high-pitched crying, tremors, and disturbed sleep.

The Israel study involved 60 newborns whose mothers took SSRIs throughout their pregnancies and reported that 18, or 30%, of the newborns showed signs of drug withdrawal after birth, and in eight cases the symptoms were considered severe.

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17 February, 2006
Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Founder
Mission Possible International

Dear Doctor Katz:

Only two things are wrong with your critique of the 3-year Italian aspartame study:
Your facts are wrong
Your conclusions are wrong.

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(HealthDay News) -- If you're breast-feeding, you should stay away from certain drugs, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

These include medications for anxiety, depression, migraines and chemotherapy, the agency says. Medications whose effects on nursing infants may be cause for concern include:

"Anti-anxiety" drugs:

Alprazolam - Xanax®, Xanax XR
Diazepam - Valium®
Lorazepam - Ativan®
Midazolam - Versed®
Perphenazine - Trilafon®, Etrafon®
Prazepam - Centrax®
Quazepam - Doral®
Temazepam - Restoril®

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