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Wow! During my last pregnancy, I developed a strange craving for molasses--eating a couple spoonfuls a day from an old bottle I found in the back of the pantry. When it ran out, I went to the store and bought more. I had chalked it up to a pregnancy-induced sweet tooth. DH thought it was so funny. But perhaps it was a way of getting the iron I needed?
Yes.

The vitamin C, ascorbic acid in the OJ helps the body soak up the iron. They all work to gether to make you healthy.

Floradix® is a good supplement too but it is pricey at $38-45 a quart.
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"Vaccines are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get - acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy, allergies, anaphylaxis, asthma, autoimmune disease, diabetes, eczema, petit/gran mal seizures, fibromyalgia, Henoch-Schonlein purpua, Dravet's Syndrome, Retts Syndrome, Sweet's Syndrome, Hughes Syndrome, encephalitis, speech delay, tics, neurological damage, coma, ADEM, ADHD, AFP, ASIA, CFS, CRPS, GBS, ITP, JPA, JRA, LGS, LKS, MS, ORS, PANDAS, PANS, PINTANDS, POF, POTS, RA, SIDS, SJS, SLE, SPD, SUDS, TPI, the disease one is being vaccinated against, or death."

Paraphrased from "Forrest Gump".

List from the drug companies' own package inserts that come with their product as required by law.

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Apparently, blackstrap molasses can also prevent/reverse grey hair. I'm not sure if that is true.

Another great source of iron might be the liquid iron supplement: https://www.spatone.com
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Direct to consumer drug advertisements are designed to manipulate and bamboozle people. And they succeed.

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The study published last week evaluated the content of prescription drug ads aired during primetime over a 13-week period in late 2016. It was able to make rough comparisons with a similar study published in 2004. Here are some of the major findings:
  • Portrayals of drugs enhancing lifestyle (or the untreated condition compromising lifestyle) increased.
  • Emotionally positive framing of drugs helping people gain control and/or social approval (or the untreated condition leading to the opposite) increased.
  • Factual information, biological explanations, and discussions of causes, prevalence or risk factors all decreased.
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Wow, this is incredible! Premature twins left to die after being born alive. Distraught mother sent home with 'Stillbirth' Care Instructions. http://www.createdequal.org/ohio-hos...ries-for-help/

Why do hospitals even have, for example, 'Methodist' in their name when they don't act Christian at all?
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Weird, but I never seem to run out of examples to add to this thread. Good thing I don't believe in conspiracies, despite having, with no big effort, turned up dozens. I just hate wearing hats...


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4. The Global Energy Balance Network

It’s no surprise anymore that the soda industry’s primary strategy is to shift all obesity blame from junk food to exercise. So it should also be no surprise that three researchers behind the new nonprofit organization called the “Global Energy Balance Network” appear on the Coke payroll.
The group promotes the idea thar too much focus has been placed on eating when the real culprit is exercise. The effort is being led by Dr. Steven Blair of the University of South Carolina, Dr. Greg Hand of the University of West Virginia, and Dr. James Hill of the University of Colorado.
Do read the article. It is sort of entertaining in a sick kind of way.
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And then there is Mother Jones. They can see how evil capitalist drug companies hurt people. Unless the people being hurt say the word "vaccine" and then the drug companies are good and the people speaking up are crazy or evil or greedy or all of the above. But anyway, here is an article about how one drug company was pushing a super addictive opioid. https://www.motherjones.com/politics...ower-lawsuits/


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Insys employees took doctors to strip clubs, fancy dinners, parties, and shooting ranges “so that the doctor then returns the ‘favor’ to the sales representative by prescribing SUBSYS,” Guzman alleged. The US complaint details how such an exchange played out in 2013, when sales executives Burlakoff and Rowan took out Florida pain specialist Dr. Bart Gatz:

I guess the difference is that the lies, manipulation and sneakiness around vaccines aren't nearly as blatant.
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In preparation for the release of a new drug, there will be advertising to "raise awareness". https://www.yahoo.com/news/malady-mo...100040360.html
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“What they also did at that meeting, which was supported by the drug companies, was create a condition called osteopenia, which is less than normal but not osteoporosis,” she said. “Then the company started telling doctors that they should get women on these treatment drugs to prevent the development of full-blown osteoporosis.”
In other words, they created osteopenia as a disease and outlined recommendations to treat healthy women with the same drug used by women with actual osteoporosis. This worked for about 20 years. Millions of women took the drug who didn’t need to with no proof that it would prevent hip fractures when they’re older.
“Some of those women suffered as a result with a type of fracture that had been previously rare called ‘atypical femur fractures,’” Pearson said. These are fractures in the long bone of the thigh that cause trauma. “They created a trap with a screening test that was useful to the few, but the creation of this so-called condition of osteopenia pushed millions of women to take a drug that wound up hurting them.”
Pearson called osteopenia “disease mongering plain and simple.”
Hard to see this as anything but evil.

Let's imagine someone who goes around smashing the bones of middle-aged and elderly women in exchange for money. Perfectly obvious that this person is a monster.

But if someone invents a disease, convinces millions of women that they need to take dangerous drugs to treat this invented disease and then sits around counting up the shekels, they are clever business folks.
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I'm proud of NPR for reporting something that might undermine pharma profits. Will anything change? https://www.npr.org/sections/health-...use-depression
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Olfson says the study does not prove that the medications caused the depression. "We're just showing that if you're already taking them, you are more likely to be depressed," he says. To determine causation, he says, researchers would need to follow people over time — beginning at the time they start taking the medications — to see if they're more likely to develop depression.

All that is needed is to avoid doing the right study, and all will be well...for pharma.
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How many poor people have been poisoned with pesticides like this one and no one paid any attention? https://www.cnn.com/2015/09/10/us/vi...investigation/
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In the U.S. Virgin Islands, allegations of lax oversight by the Department of Planning and Natural Resources surfaced long before the Esmond family fell ill. The DPNR is the local environmental agency, which receives funding from and is regulated by the EPA.
The DPNR has been riddled with corruption for years, and the EPA inspector general recently found deficiencies with the department related to management and oversight in several areas.
In May of 2014, the EPA designated it "high risk," saying the agency "does not meet management standards."
In addition, nearly $100,000 in federal funding that the DPNR received to train local pest control workers did not go toward training. That meant there were no classes whatsoever on the island of St. Thomas, where Terminix is based, according to the former director of the USVI Pesticide Safety Education Program, Joe Williamson.
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Corruption at the NIH. Of course it is utterly impossible that vaccine research could be corrupted! We all know that. How?
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Grassley had become interested in the topic in the 2000s after investigating Merck’s drug Vioxx — a painkiller tied to tens of thousands of heart attacks — and discovering that the Food and Drug Administration panel that approved it had been stacked with physicians with links to pharmaceutical companies. After the drug was removed from the market, the Journal of the American Medical Association published a study noting that Merck transformed peer-reviewed research into marketing brochures by ghostwriting studies for academics.
I would like to know what there is in the current system that would prevent Merck from transforming "peer-reviewed [vaccine] research" in a way that would support, for example, Gardasil sales? Anyone?
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Sugar, alcohol, cigarettes, junk food are all hugely profitable. Unless the problems raised in this article can be treated with profitable drugs instead of changing habits and raising awareness, funding will be blocked. Just me be cynical. https://www.nation.co.ke/oped/opinio...a63/index.html
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While the return of Ebola to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) captured media attention around the world, a global epidemic responsible for 15 million premature deaths every year remains largely ignored.

Cancer, diabetes, heart disease and lung disease — the four main types of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) — the world’s top killers.

They are responsible for 41 million deaths every year, often after long hospitalisations and costly treatment, putting pressure on fragile health systems.
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And then the FDA is helping people by getting drugs out there... https://www.propublica.org/article/f...rugs-to-market
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Nevertheless, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved both of these drugs — with a deadly aftermath. Uloric’s manufacturer reported last November that patients on the drug were 34 percent more likely to die from heart disease than people taking an alternative gout medication. And since the FDA fast-tracked approval of Nuplazid and it went on the market in 2016 at a price of $24,000 a year, there have been 6,800 reports of adverse events for patients on the drug, including 887 deaths as of this past March 31.
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The FDA also increasingly allows drugmakers to claim success in trials based on proxy measurements — such as shrunken tumors — instead of clinical outcomes like survival rates or cures, which take more time to evaluate. In return for accelerated approval, drug companies commit to researching how well their drugs work after going on the market. But these post-marketing studies can take 10 years or longer to complete, leaving patients and doctors with lingering questions about safety and benefit.
Like Gardasil. Lesions not cancer. And post-marketing studies that may never be completed. Plus absolute denial of any reactions. In some ways vaccines are WORSE than drugs. At least some of the time drug reactions are counted.
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Report number 1 vanished from view and then a second report was done. https://releasethefirstreport.com/
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Tragedy in New Hampshire. How many more catastrophes are in our future as chemicals are spread around first and tested a lot later if tested at all? http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/2...ld-cancer-rate
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She called the state’s high pediatric cancer rate the “equivalent of an infectious disease outbreak” and said she “doesn’t buy” the claim that state health agencies don’t have enough resources to deal with the issue.
“That’s a scapegoat for them. This is their job, they need to address it,” Messmer said.
Is there a pattern of over-reacting to infectious (but only if there is a vaccine) illnesses and ignoring other serious health problems?

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on Argentina. And then this study comes out and it might explain some of the horrors reported in Argentina (without any mainstream media coverage in the US for some mysterious reason) https://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc...800?via%3Dihub

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Good single article with links summarizing what has gone wrong with evidence based medicine. The content can be used to refute those dear people who keep demanding "peer-reviewed articles" and so on. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/cor...killing-profit


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Selective Publication — Negative trials (those that show no benefit for the drugs) are likely to be suppressed. For example, in the case of antidepressants, 36/37 studies that were favourable to drugs were published. But of the studies not favorable to drugs, a paltry 3/36 were published. Selective publication of positive (for the drug company) results means that a review of the literature would suggest that 94% of studies favor drugs where in truth, only 51% were actually positive. Suppose you know that your stockbroker publishes all his winning trades, but suppresses all his losing trades. Would you trust him with your money? But yet, we trust EBM with our lives, even though the same thing is happening.
To make this analogy even better, suppose that your stockbroker had 1) control of the media and 2) and an army of bloggers and PR commenters, so anyone who raised any concerns about the buried/lost data would be either ignored or drowned in endless attacks.

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The Bleeding Edge is a documentary about corruption around medical devices. You can watch it on Netflix.

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Excellent summary of what pharma is truly about https://kellybroganmd.com/psychiatry...ampaign=buffer
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What are we to do with all of this information? We must start to get more comfortable with these truths:
  • The pharmaceutical industry uses fear to engage customers.
  • It relies on a one-pill-one-ill model that ignores root causes and never asks why a given patient is suffering.
  • It overpromises and underdelivers. It may be a wonderful idea to have a pill that sweeps symptoms away without leaving wreckage in its wake. This is not reality. It is not supported by the literature, and is why I have let go of any application of psychotropics. They don’t do what they say they do and they exact harm in the process.
  • There is an easier (ultimately) way to help, to heal, and to resolve psychiatric suffering. It involves looking at the person in their journey, in their environment, and in their bodies.

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The opioid mess continues to be a rich source of scandals. https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/12/healt...-st=1533776861
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McCaskill's office investigated the marketing and sales practices of the pharmaceutical companies Purdue Pharma LP, Janssen, Mylan, Depomed and Insys based on their roles in manufacturing some of the opioid painkillers with the highest sales in 2015.
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According to the new report, 14 patient advocacy groups, including the Academy of Integrative Pain Management and the US Pain Foundation, received $8,856,339 in payments from the pharmaceutical companies over five years. The US Pain Foundation received the largest share of payments, totaling nearly $3 million.
The report found that the Academy of Integrative Pain Management and the American Academy of Pain Medicine each collected about $1.2 million in that same period.
Coincidentally, some of these groups publicly advocated against moves that would have limited access to these drugs.
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It seems like Bayer is not happy about the Bleeding Edge documentary.

Netflix’s ‘The Bleeding Edge’ Documentary Called ‘Inaccurate and Misleading’ by Pharma Giant Bayer

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Bayer Steps Up Attack on Netflix’s ‘The Bleeding Edge,’ Calling Producers Ignorant of Medical Science and Ethics

Bayer is pulling Essure off the US market at the end of 2018. Hmm, does that mean Essure will be available in other countries? After all, Bayer does have a history of pulling a dangerous product off the US market and selling it elsewhere.

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It seems like Bayer is not happy about the Bleeding Edge documentary.

Netflix’s ‘The Bleeding Edge’ Documentary Called ‘Inaccurate and Misleading’ by Pharma Giant Bayer

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Bayer Steps Up Attack on Netflix’s ‘The Bleeding Edge,’ Calling Producers Ignorant of Medical Science and Ethics

Bayer is pulling Essure off the US market at the end of 2018. Hmm, does that mean Essure will be available in other countries? After all, Bayer does have a history of pulling a dangerous product off the US market and selling it elsewhere.
Well, no wonder Bayer was happy to blend with Monsanto. A match made in heaven.
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The history which is being ignored with Monsanto and Round-Up https://www.jeffereyjaxen.com/blog/h...ing-properties
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To be clear, while those responsible for our safety had their flawed, hyper-focused attention on glyphosate, real scientists were asking the important questions. In early 2018, Gilles-Éric Séralini published a paper titled Toxicity of formulants and heavy metals in glyphosate-based herbicides and other pesticides. The study reveals damning findings suggesting the true toxicity from glyphosate-based herbicide (GBH) formulations. Séralini and his team studied glyphosate alone and its 14 formulations to determine the toxicological effects and how they happen.

According to the study, Séralini and researchers stated:

We exposed plants and human cells to the components of formulations, both mixed and separately, and measured toxicity and human cellular endocrine disruption below the direct toxicity experimentally measured threshold.” The researchers found that the toxic effects and endocrine disrupting properties of the formulations were mostly due to the formulants and not to glyphosate.”

Séralini’s study went on to state:

In this work, we also identified by mass spectrometry the heavy metals arsenic, chromium, cobalt, lead and nickel, which are known to be toxic and endocrine disruptors, as contaminants in 22 pesticides, including 11 G-based ones.
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I'd thought maybe I was going to run out of examples of non-vaccine corruption, but this one is a doozy. Statin are hugely profitable and the more people prescribed the drugs, the bigger the profits. The only hole in this honeymoon, beside the uselessness of the drugs (well, and their well-known dangers), is the end of patents.

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I'd thought maybe I was going to run out of examples of non-vaccine corruption, but this one is a doozy. Statin are hugely profitable and the more people prescribed the drugs, the bigger the profits. The only hole in this honeymoon, beside the uselessness of the drugs (well, and their well-known dangers), is the end of patents.

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But is the threat of cardiovascular disease so great that statins may as well be added to the water supply?

This was the debate held recently by doctors at the annual meeting of Heart UK - a patient and science charity for cholesterol.

Mass treatment

Dr John Reckless, chairman of Heart UK and a consultant endocrinologist at Bath University, put forward the case.

"The whole point of the debate is to bring out the fact that we are under-treating and the fact that a lot more people could benefit.

"The whole population should be following diet, lifestyle and weight loss measures. We shouldn't have our high- fat meals and we shouldn't lounge around, we should all be taking exercise and so on.

"Of course we all need that. But on the other hand, rather more people do need statins than are currently getting them.

"So maybe people should be able to have their statin, perhaps if not in their drinking water, with their drinking water.
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It's hard to get beyond his last name but look at the positions he holds. How could he have gotten things so wrong? He suggested mass medicating people!

Remember when the AAP recommended statins for obese children? This article won't allow copying so you'll have to click on the link. A doctor at CHOP was on the committee that made the recommendation. Then click on this link to the LA Times to see his and another doctor's conflicts of interest.
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The only hole in this honeymoon, beside the uselessness of the drugs (well, and their well-known dangers), is the end of patents.
This 2014 article discusses the end of the patents amid questions.

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For the most part, statins have outlived their usefulness for a number of high-profile drug makers. Patents on some of the biggest sellers in this space, including Pfizer Inc.’s PFE superstar statin Lipitor, already have expired, opening the floodgates for a number of generic versions of these drugs....But now that statins are widely circulated by a number of drug makers both under patented brands and generic offshoots, any pain that might be felt from new revelations will be spread throughout the industry.
I think (based on the experience of the people I know taking them) statin drugs are the gift that keeps on giving. I know of one person who since going on statins for high cholesterol, has been added 3 more prescriptions to their daily regime to address symptoms caused by the statin medication.
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I think (based on the experience of the people I know taking them) statin drugs are the gift that keeps on giving. I know of one person who since going on statins for high cholesterol, has been added 3 more prescriptions to their daily regime to address symptoms caused by the statin medication.
The problem with statins is they attack plaques, there are healthy plaques in the brain and I think in part that is why we are seeing the rise in dimentia and Alzheimer's. I am sure there are many other factors to this like diet, predispositions, I even saw an article where it was talking about older people watching TV is increasing the severity and the earlier onset of these diseases. The drug companies have made their buck now that it is a generic they'll have to come up w/ something else.
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This is from an article in 2004:

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It's hard to get beyond his last name but look at the positions he holds. How could he have gotten things so wrong? He suggested mass medicating people!

Remember when the AAP recommended statins for obese children? This article won't allow copying so you'll have to click on the link. A doctor at CHOP was on the committee that made the recommendation. Then click on this link to the LA Times to see his and another doctor's conflicts of interest.
Mental illness or else expecting a big kickback from pharma. Not sure which, except that it is terrifying that anyone can make a recommendation like that and have people listen and take it seriously.
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I think (based on the experience of the people I know taking them) statin drugs are the gift that keeps on giving. I know of one person who since going on statins for high cholesterol, has been added 3 more prescriptions to their daily regime to address symptoms caused by the statin medication.
Gives misery to the recipient of the drug(s), and profits to the manufacturer of the drug(s). I've noticed that quite often there is a split between who suffers and who benefits.
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The problem with statins is they attack plaques, there are healthy plaques in the brain and I think in part that is why we are seeing the rise in dimentia and Alzheimer's. I am sure there are many other factors to this like diet, predispositions, I even saw an article where it was talking about older people watching TV is increasing the severity and the earlier onset of these diseases. The drug companies have made their buck now that it is a generic they'll have to come up w/ something else.

So special. And I think that the big pharma firms ARE working on treatments for Alzheimer's.
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And another exciting problem solving pharma company (dealer). https://www.facebook.com/colbertlate...type=2&theater
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