The hidden world of human herpes viruses

I really enjoyed this talk and I believe this hints at some fantastic resources we are likely to gain in the near future. If people can have their immune cells analyzed, not just counted, but detecting functional response to particular infections, that may tell us a lot about immunology and human health in response to …

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Levin Lab’s Cancer Research

Although these lectures discuss cancer they are also important to the larger topics of cell differentiation and morphogenesis. The Levin Lab is accumulating evidence suggests that voltage gradients across cell membranes determine gene expression (epigenetics) and morphophology/anatomy. The definition of cancer, in the present-day US at least, tends to emphasize the hypothesis that genetic changes …

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Standard Process 2018 Formula Changes

Multizyme – removing maltodextrin Zymex II – removing maltodextrin Diaplex – removing maltodextrin Cellular Vitality – removing maltodextrin Zypan – removing dairy Betaine Hydrochloride – removing dairy Okra Pepsin E3 – removing dairy Zymex Capsules – removing wheat and dairy Betacol – removing wheat and soy Livaplex – removing wheat and soy Prolamine Iodine – …

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Research Collected: Evidence for Skepticism of Research

I enjoy reading research and thinking about the implications of research. However, I often have to remind myself that there is reason to be skeptical about any individual study. Often I prefer to wait until a number of studies fit a particular narrative or hypothesis before gaining confidence in that research. When I share research …

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“Demonization and Deception in Cholesterol Research”

I am a fan of Dr. Diamond’s earlier talk but this new one is better. It is more concise and the viewer can see the presentation. This combines many important points on research into cholesterol into 1 informative hour. I recommend watching for anyone who wants a better understanding of the actual research into cholesterol …

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Ripples of Coca-Cola’s Recent Disclosures

“Last week Coca-Cola disclosed its practice of paying researchers and health professionals millions of dollars. It spent $21.8 million to fund pro-industry research and $96.8 million on partnerships with health organizations, including $2.1 million directly paying health experts… I wanted to dig deeper into this network of influencers to learn more about the strategy. Why …

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