August 28, 2010, the New-York Times published a well structured article by Gina Kolata: "Years Later, No Magic Bullet Against Alzheimer’s Disease"
That article, however, totally ignores the ground breaking discovery by Lisa Mosconi that, says the Longevity institute, could open doors to possible prevention of the devastating condition. Read more.
Last time I met professor Gerhard N. Schrauzer at his Biological Trace Element Research Institute we were talking about mercury in fish and the claimed danger of eating fish particularly for pregnant women.
According to Professor Schrauzer, “the health benefits of fish greatly outweigh any risk associated with their mercury content, since the mercury in them is present as a complex with selenium, rendering it harmless. This was known already in the 1970s. What needs to be emphasized is that selenium is a natural antidote of mercury, and since in most fish selenium is present in excess over mercury, fish are good nutritional sources of this vitally important trace element. But those who still worry about the mercury in fish should consume sardines and other small fish as these contain only very small amounts of mercury.”
Why do many newborn babies cry so loud, expressing anger and fear?
Could it be that they are protesting the way that they are being treated by the reception team?
Can we improve childbirth?
Why not? It may be the next idea of a crazy physician.
One of them already recommends statins in fast food...