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August 03, 2008

Electromagnetic noise inhibits radiofrequency DNA damage - NewsGrabs 3 August 2008

Electromagnetic noise inhibits radiofrequency radiation-induced DNA damage
The goal of this study was to investigate whether superposing of electromagnetic noise could block or attenuate DNA damage and intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROS) increase of cultured human lens epithelial cells (HLECs) induced by acute exposure to 1.8 GHz radiofrequency field (RF) of the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM). From the results the authors conclude that DNA damage induced by 1.8 GHz radiofrequency field for 2 h, which was mainly single strand breaks, may be associated with the increased ROS production. Electromagnetic noise could block RF-induced ROS formation and DNA damage.

This is a highly significant study - the first one I see - that would tend to confirm the thesis according to which it isn't the microwaves themselves that do the damage we see from cell phones, but the low frequency secondary modulations that form information-carrying disruptive patterns (frequencies in the ELF band) to which our cells respond.

AIDS: importance of nutrition confirmed
In what may be the biggest study ever conducted in India, the Tamil Nadu State AIDS Control Society (TANSACS) has found conclusive evidence that providing micro and macronutrients to people living with HIV/AIDS greatly improves their health and quality of life.

Macronutrient supplements (calories, protein, carbohydrate, fat and fibre) were provided to 10,780 people and micronutrient supplements (Vitamin A, B, C and folic acid, to name a few) in the form of tablets to 11,109.

The results are quite startling.

Frankincense provides relief to arthritis sufferers
An enriched extract of the 'Indian Frankincense' herb Boswellia serrata has been proven to reduce the symptoms of osteoarthritis.

The study was led by Siba Raychaudhuri, a faculty member of the University of California, Davis, in the United States. According to Raychaudhuri, "The high incidence of adverse affects associated with currently available medications has created great interest in the search for an effective and safe alternative treatment". Raychaudhuri said, "AKBA [3-O-acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid] has anti-inflammatory properties, and we have shown that B. serrata enriched with AKBA can be an effective treatment for osteoarthritis of the knee".

B. serrata has been used for thousands of years in the Indian system of traditional medicine known as 'Ayurveda'.

Natural product hybrid provides antimicrobial and cell-resistant surfaces
“We were able to demonstrate that our hybrid firmly attaches to titanium dioxide surfaces and effectively hinders infection with Bacillus subtilis as well as the attachment of cellular material,” says Gademann.

Titanium dioxide is a white powder and used widely as a whitening agent and base for white paint. Therefore, it will be easy to formulate a paint with the antimicrobial compounds that can turn any surface into an environment hostile to microbes.

Survival Of The Fittest: Even Cancer Cells Follow The Laws Of Evolution
Scientists from The Institute of Advanced Studies at Princeton and the University of California discovered that the underlying process in tumor formation is the same as for life itself—evolution. After analyzing a half million gene mutations, the researchers found that although different gene mutations control different cancer pathways, each pathway was controlled by only one set of gene mutations. This suggests that a molecular “survival of the fittest” scenario plays out in every living creature as gene mutations strive for ultimate survival through cancerous tumors.

This brings to mind the theory of Kremer, according to which cancer cells are de-volved cells that attempt to survive in their archaic single-cell identity, where the only way to assure the colony's survival is to divide and produce more cells...

See Cancer: The ATP-Photon Hypothesis

Supplements easy Scapegoat in Olympic Doping Case
It was claimed that Hardy tested positive as a result of taking products by supplement company AdvoCare that contained substances banned by the NCAA. This information was posted in the original article by The OC Register as fact. However, within the past day, the article was pulled and a correction was posted, admitting that AdvoCare does not manufacture supplements containing the banned substance clenbuterol.

The Zero-Calorie Sweetener Stevia Arrives
After decades of controversy about stevia's safety, companies are now rolling out new products derived from the Latin American herb, whose leaves are up to 40 times more potent than sugar. Arizona-based Wisdom Natural Brands began aggressively marketing packets of its powdered SweetLeaf earlier this summer. Agribusiness giant Cargill, working in collaboration with Coca-Cola, is also just out with Truvia, a powdered sweetener. "Soon you'll see stevia in pretty much every food product you can imagine," says Oscar Rodes, the founder of producer Stevita Stevia, who is betting the herb could eventually take over as much as 20 percent of the $935 million non-sugar sweetener market...

Cautiously optimistic on this one. Certainly stevia would seem less of a problem than aspartame and any of the other artificial sweeteners.

New Zealand: Parliamentary Submission – Aspartame

This is a testimonial, a submission to Parliament from one lady, told very well. It's not scientific proof, as they say, but it is a real life human story of sickness and recovery that leaves no doubt something should be done.

Cannabinoids for depression
A recent case report from the journal Cannabinoids identifies two patients with depression and "burnout syndrome" who had not been well-treated by conventional anti-depressants and were instead given a daily dose of Marinol, the so-called pot pill, for several years and this successfully treated the patients.

Parents vindicated for questioning mental health screening process (sorry, the link vanished - Sepp)
The U.S. Department of Justice alleged for four years Bristol-Myers pushed their antipsychotic drug Abilify onto child psychiatrists and pediatric specialists to use on children before the Federal Drug Administration authorized its use on minors.

The company also allegedly instructed its sales force to sell Abilify to nursing home providers for use on dementia patients, even though the FDA had approved it only for treating schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. They also were accused of overcharging the drugs to Medicaid. The company did not admit wrongdoing, but agreed to pay out $515 million.

In a growing number of Illinois high schools, a computerized screening system called TeenScreen asks 14 through 18-year-olds personal questions such as "Have you often felt very nervous when you've had to do things in front of people?" or "Have you often worried a lot before you were going to play a sport or game or do some other activity?"

These seemingly innocuous questions asked in the TeenScreen program can get any kid into treatment - what a way to drum up business for psychiatric drugs!

Mandated Mental Screening for Pregnant Women, Babies & Toddlers
In the Senate, majority leader Harry Reid (D - NV) has slipped a controversial bill called The MOTHERS Act into an omnibus package called "Advancing America's Priorities Act" (S. 3297). The legislation, first enacted in New Jersey would require pregnant and new mothers across the U.S. to be screened and treated because they are deemed to be at risk for mental disorders.

Senator Robert Menendez (NJ): "We must attack postpartum depression on all fronts with education, screening, support, and research so that new moms can feel supported and safe rather than scared and alone."

Compulsive Gambler Wins Lawsuit Over Mirapex
A federal jury yesterday awarded $8.2 million to a plaintiff who claims that the Parkinson’s disease drug Mirapex caused him to gamble compulsively.

Gary Charbonneau says he was prescribed Mirapex in December 1997 to treat his Parkinson’s disease and stopped taking it in November 2005. He claims the drug caused him to become a compulsive gambler from March 2002 to February 2006, during which time he lost more than $260,000. And he aruged that Mirapex causes compulsive gambling and that the defendants knew of the side effect but did not conduct studies or warn doctors or patients.

Multiple Sclerosis Drug Causes Brain Infection
Biogen and Elan have reported two confirmed cases of a deadly brain infection - progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy - in patients taking their Tysabri multiple sclerosis drug, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Both patients were in the European Union, and were confirmed earlier this week. One remains hospitalized and the other remains clinically stable and ambulatory at home.

Attempt to suppress debate on Mother's Act Fails
The bill's sponsors claim Melanie Stoke's treatments for postpartum depression were "too little, too late." The bill's sponsors attempted to invoke "Cloture," a formal method of cutting off debate on a bill in the Senate and forcing a vote without debate.

What in feature in this bill do its proponents wish to hide that they fear a debate might bring to public knowledge? Why else has the Mother's Act never been discussed or brought to a vote by the appropriate Senate committee? The bill's supporters failed to get 60 Senators to agree to invoke cloture.

Statins May Spur Dementia
The team looked specifically at the effect of statins on “glial progenitor cells.” These are flexible brain cells held in reserve which the brain can change and customize according to whatever type of cell it needs to stay healthy. The researchers found that statin drugs spur the glial progenitor cells, which are similar to stem cells, to become a particular kind of cell and to lose their crucial ability to change. In other words, statins cause the cells to take a final form of some kind which the brain can no longer modify or transform.

The bottom line is that statins push progenitor cells into developing into a type of cell which the brain may not need, and it may push the progenitor cells to develop prematurely when they should in fact be held in reserve in case of trauma such as a blow to the head, a stroke, or inflammation within the brain. In effect, statins deplete the availability of progenitor cells unnecessarily for no good reason.

HIV, AIDS & Gallo’s Egg

This article by investigative journalist Clark Baker rolls up the controversy around the assertion that a human retrovirus (HIV) causes the illnesses associated with AIDS. The Semmelweis Society's awards to Peter Duesberg and Celia Farber touched off a storm of pharma inspired criticism of Farber's reporting and Duesberg's scientific stance on HIV and AIDS.

Baker, when publishing his investigation to unravel the controversy, said:

"If you want to understand what I now accept as the most significant criminal conspiracy I have ever imagined, get your coffee and strap on your seatbelt."

and he added

"I have never written about anything more important. This story changed my life, and if you have the time and patience to understand what I have written, it may change yours as well."

Pharma: Washington's largest lobby racks up another banner year
Washington's largest lobby, the pharmaceutical industry, racked up another banner year on Capitol Hill in 2007, backed by a record $168 million lobbying effort, according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of federal lobbying data. Among the industry's successes: getting two controversial laws extended and thwarting congressional efforts to restrict media ads for prescription drugs.

Doctors Accused Of Kickbacks By Whistleblower
The kickbacks occurred in the form of consulting fees, bogus royalty payments, research grants and fellowships, free travel and lodging, entertainment and gifts, according to the suit. “These bribes and kickbacks distorted and continue to distort the defendants’ medical decision-making, cause overutilization of MSD products, increase costs and result in unfair competition by freezing out competitors who are unwilling to pay kickbacks,” they allege.

Lilly Trained Sales Force to Ignore Drug's Risks
"We believe it is essential to weaken this link to neutralize the diabetes/hyperglycemia issue,'' the company said in the sales document, which was provided for the Alaska case. "Neutralizing any concern from our customers will be essential to the future growth of Zyprexa in the marketplace.''

Zyprexa became the company's top-selling drug, with $4.76 billion in sales last year -- about a quarter of Lilly's revenue.

Has Big Pharma Corruption Suppressed Effective Treatment Options?
The president-elect of the American Psychiatric Association is Alan Schatzberg of Stanford University, and his $4.8 million stock holdings in a drug development company raised a red flag for Congressional investigators. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, informed the American Psychiatric Association, "I have come to understand that money from the pharmaceutical industry can shape the practices of nonprofit organizations that purport to be independent in their viewpoints and actions."

Call For FDA Overhaul
Two lawmakers say an FDA restructuring should build a much taller wall between the agency and the industry it regulates. The FDA would gain authority to recall drugs, which it can't do today, and to impose significant fines on drug companies for safety violations. The lawmakers also want the FDA to inspect generic-drug makers before approving a new product. Perhaps most importantly, they want the next president to appoint a tough FDA commissioner completely independent from the industry.

Flu jabs 'can't stop pneumonia'
This is not the first study to cast doubt on whether the vaccination programme actually does any good, even though some other studies have suggested that vaccinated older people are less likely to be admitted to hospital for pneumonia.

The latest research followed 3,500 people through three flu seasons to see if it made any difference, and while slightly fewer vaccinated patients were diagnosed with pneumonia, the difference was not statistically significant.

Then one day, the blond, blue-eyed honors student collapsed dead in her bathroom.

It started with a pain in the back of her head. On the advice of her family doctor, Jessie had taken a series of three Gardasil shots. The vaccine, marketed for females ages 9 to 26, is the first found to ward off strains of the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus, or HPV, which can cause cervical cancer.

ACTION PLAN FOR SHIFTING PARADIGM and Saving Humanity from Extinction
Dr. Jens Jerndahl identifies the major trouble areas of our society and suggests what we might all do to bring about the change we wish for.

"It´s a fundamental insight and wisdom that in order to replace something bad with something better, one should not waste resources and time attacking and destroying what one wants to replace, but build a better alternative to take its place, and let the old, now obsolete structure disintegrate by itself when it is no longer needed or wanted. We have to concentrate on what we want, not on what we do not want."

Global Warming and the Price of a Gallon of Gas
There is no significant man made global warming. There has not been any in the past, there is none now and there is no reason to fear any in the future. The climate of Earth is changing. It has always changed. But mankind’s activities have not overwhelmed or significantly modified the natural forces.

Farming: Is Bigger Better?
Who could argue with the Green Revolution? Until the current food crisis. Not so much a shortage of food, but a shortage of cheap food. The poor can't afford to eat and the middle class feels the pinch. Why wasn't industrial agriculture, farming fence row to fence row, feeding the world?

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More information out there...

There is much I cannot cover but other sources for this kind of information exist and are active.


Dr Mercola's health blog and Mike Adams' Natural News have great health information.

The Alternative Medicine Yahoo Group is a place where you can discuss and exchange information on what is happening in the world of natural health.

For the influence of electromagnetic waves from radio, mobile phones and other radio emitting devices, check out the emfrefugee group on Yahoo.

If you are interested in a different take on the news that isn't health centered but is certainly fun, check out Robin Good TV News.

A few sites to keep up to date with the other side of world affairs, the stuff you won't necessarily find on your tv or in the papers:

... and remember:

The individual is supreme and finds its way through intuition


posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Sunday August 3 2008
updated on Wednesday August 15 2012

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