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#108731 - 11/27/10 01:41 AM Health Stickies
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As an FYI, just to let folks know, most of the Health "Stickies" with information can be found in the forum called Index of Issues and Information . The Master Index is just a click away smile

Feel free to use this thread to make suggestions, comments, etc. on these stickies.

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#108843 - 11/27/10 01:51 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Thank you, Lisa, for organizing these and looking through many past threads for pertinent info. That must have been a good chunk of work. It is a fantastic resource!
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#108850 - 11/27/10 02:34 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: shepnterrier]
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What a GOLDMINE of information!

Thank you! I'll be reading for months there's SO much good information.
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#108858 - 11/27/10 03:01 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: Frenz]
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Thank you smile It's such a waste to let all the knowledge that passes through this board just scroll away!
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#108909 - 11/27/10 06:49 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Thanks for putting this together Lisa!!!!!!!!!
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#109059 - 11/28/10 06:56 AM Re: Health Stickies [Re: BowWowMeow]
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This is brilliant, thank you smile
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#110935 - 12/03/10 07:26 AM Re: Health Stickies [Re: bianca]
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Added two links on misc enzyme deficiencies:

http://enzymes.subtleenergysolutions.com/enzyme-deficiency.html
http://www.well-women.com/lipase.html

I think I'll use this thread to post updates, when I've edited a thread and it doesn't show up in Active Topics.
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

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#119735 - 01/01/11 12:12 AM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added a newer study on tagamet for cancer: http://www.asco.org/ASCOv2/Meetings/Abst...bstractID=32280
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
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Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

Health Index
K9 TBD info and Tick List Links
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#123079 - 01/12/11 01:37 AM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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Added this to the Vaccination sticky:

http://www.naturalnews.com/030975_aluminum_vaccines.html



There is an association between contact allergy to aluminium and persistent subcutaneous nodules in children undergoing hyposensitization therapy.

Netterlid E, Hindsén M, Björk J, Ekqvist S, Güner N, Henricson KA, Bruze M.
Department of Clinical Sciences in Malmö, Faculty of Medicine, Lund University, Lund, Sweden. eva.netterlid@med.lu.se

BACKGROUND: The development of persistent itchy nodules at the injection site following hyposensitization therapy with aluminium-precipitated antigen extract has been described in several reports. Occasionally, contact allergy to aluminium has been reported in individuals with such nodules.

OBJECTIVES: To investigate if hyposensitization therapy can induce contact allergy to aluminium and examine if there is any association between persistent subcutaneous nodules and aluminium allergy.

PATIENTS/METHODS: Sixty-one children with allergic asthma and/or allergic rhinitis participated in the study of whom 37 had had hyposensitization therapy. The study consisted of a non-clinical part based on a questionnaire and a clinical part with a physical examination, self-assessment of itching, and patch testing. To secure an unbiased evaluation of possible reactions, the investigators were blinded.

RESULTS: Contact allergy to aluminium was found in eight participants, all in the exposed group (8/37 versus 0/24, P = 0.02). Examination showed nodules on the upper arms in 13 participants, all in the group exposed to hyposensitization therapy. Nodules were over-represented in patients with contact allergy to aluminium.

CONCLUSIONS: There was a statistically significant association between contact allergy to aluminium and persistent subcutaneous nodules in children who had had hyposensitization therapy.


More on aluminum adjuvants and muscle and joint pain:
http://www.wellnessresources.com/studies...atigue_and_pain
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17005400
http://brain.oxfordjournals.org/content/124/5/974.full
http://www.gaia-health.com/articles101/0...-adjuvant.shtml
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

Health Index
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#134351 - 02/17/11 09:56 PM Re: Health Stickies [Re: MaxaLisa]
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doxycycline, the antibiotic that keeps on giving. I found this abstract about it's affects on mammary cancer:

Effects of doxycycline on in vitro growth, migration, and gelatinase activity of breast carcinoma cells
FIFE R. S. ; SLEDGE G. W. ;
Indiana univ. school medicine, dep. medicine, Indianapolis IN, ETATS-UNIS
The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine

Metastatic disease is one of the major causes of death from cancer in human beings. Several enzyme systems have been implicated in the metastatic process, but the metalloproteinases (MPs) appear to be the major group involved in most instances of neoplastic invasion. Increased MP activity has been correlated with the metastatic potential of many cancers, including breast cancer. MPs also play a role in tumor angiogenesis. Tetracyclines are antimicrobial agents that can suppress MP activity in a variety of tissues, including gingiva, bone, and cartilage. Several reports have indicated that tetracyclines can suppress tumor MPs as well. A synthetic tetracycline, doxycycline, inhibits migration of human MDA-MB-435 breast adenocarcinoma cells through a reconstituted basement membrane (Matrigel), an assay used as an in vitro surrogate for the in vivo process of tumor invasion through basement membranes. Additionally, doxycycline diminishes the proliferation of this breast cancer cell line and also decreases its gelatinolytic activity, as determined by gel zymography


http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=3488126
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MaxaL (aka LisaT)

Jazmine, mini-mix, 10/18/2011
Max-n-Indy
Max, 5/2001-2/2012, RIP my partner, my Regal Boy
Indy, 5/1997-10/2010, RIP my friend, my teacher

Health Index
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