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Why Say “No” to Wifi

Many people, my employees included, have asked me why I do not want wifi in my home or in my office.  Dr. Magda Havas, who is a researcher at Trent University in Ontario, has created a very user-friendly video about … Continue reading

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Obesity: It Isn’t Just What You Eat

Many of my patients have complained to me about how hard it is for them to lose weight.  I empathize greatly.  Several factors seem to be involved. The first is hormones:  There is an epidemic of women, especially, suffering with … Continue reading

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Another Case for the Precautionary Principle

What is the Precautionary Principle?  This states that we should be cautious about using new chemicals (or other technological advances) until we have proven they are safe.  Let’s put this into perspective.  It is estimated that since World War II, … Continue reading

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HPV and oral cancers: the explanation?

The LA Times this morning reports on a new study showing than about 7% of American teens and adults carry the human papillomavirus in their mouths and this is a probable cause for much of the increase in mouth and … Continue reading

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Information about Electrical Issues in Your Home

After mentioning the topic of hidden toxins in our homes, I realized that I wanted to provide information about cleaning up unwanted electrical fields as well. Many of my patients complain of and experience symptoms when they are too close … Continue reading

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Starting the new year with a clean house?

One of the benefits of the internet is ALL of the information available.  One of the burdens of the internet is ALL of the information available.  For those of you interested in issues pertaining to your health, I recommend you … Continue reading

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Doing Away With Amphibians

LA Times, Saturday, May 7, 2011  page A13:  “Tracking a Killer Fungus”  This article by Amina Khan describes the dangerous decline in amphibians over the last 40 years, apparently from a “killer fungus.”  “By some estimates, about 40% of amphibian … Continue reading

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Where more trillions of our tax dollars are going, really!

The Environmental Working Group has just put out a superb short video that educates about the loss of essential top soil from the way farmers are planting.  The government subsidies support this waste of top soil at our expense – … Continue reading

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Concerned about chemicals in your child’s school?

Robina Suwol, of California Safe Schools, describes how she became involved in the issue of pesticides in schools.  She has been an untiring advocate for the Precautionary Principle and the Right to Know.  Check out this video she made with … Continue reading

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FEAR: Is It Our Only Choice?

“I think we have to own the fears that we have of each other, and then, in some practical way, some daily way, figure out how to see people differently than the way we were brought up to.”  Alice Walker … Continue reading

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