Autism

Pile of pills, copy space top

You know I have been saying for decades that autism is NOT caused by mercury. That theory is dead. Mr. Nasty—Marc Sircus of Medical Veritas used that statement to call me a madman and accused me online of being in favor of mercury, that I was stupid and had sold out (see link below) — […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Benefits of Oxytocin

The Cuddle Hormone (Can I Get Shots?!) Oxytocin was once thought to be an exclusively womens’ hormone and involved only in setting up uterine contractions during labor and squeezing the uterus empty after birth. Now we know both sexes have it and it performs a great role in love and bonding: so much so it’s […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Air pollution

Most of you know I do not go along with the current obsession with mercury in vaccines causing autism. There is mounting evidence this is not the way to go. Now a recent study suggest air pollution may be a key factor (I was teaching that back in the 1980s). Exposure to air pollution during […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

It would be a bad doctor who said, “So what?” we shouldn’t vaccinate. It needs thinking about carefully in context It appears that deaths from measles are falling rapidly. That’s cause for celebration. Measles is pretty deadly, never forget that. For sure, part of this decline is misdiagnosing the real cause of death. But I […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

The hidden cause of weight gain? Have we been missing something all these years? Obviously, the main cause of weight gain is over-eating. But is there something behind that—something driving the overeating—that nobody has noticed? I think so—and now people are beginning to recognize its importance. Other Causes We know that MSG in food is […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Autism Mouse Model

by ProfKeith

Autism In Mice What are we to make of this? Scientists have genetically engineered mice whose symptoms closely mimic autism in humans. Autism is characterized by problems with social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and restricted interests and behaviors. The “autistic mice” showed similar traits. Unlike ordinary mice, the genetically engineered versions showed little interest […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Those who have been my subscribers any length of time know where I stand on the mercury-autism link. There isn’t one! Now a new study has shown yet again that exposure to thimerosal-containing vaccines in infancy or in the womb is not associated with an increased risk for developing autism. Of course mere facts and […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Sometimes knowledge and certainty is not easy to come by. You may have seen a recent breakfast piece in the USA, about a boy who had OCD (quite severe) but it turned out to be the consequence of a strep sore throat. Sep 24th, see the OCD video here. His mother Beth Alison Maloney wrote […]

{ Comments on this entry are closed }