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Weeds of Eden Holistic and Integrative Medical. Myron Hardesty Medical Herbalist, PA Graduate of the SouthWest School of Botanical Medicine (1994).
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AAPA certified (graduate University of Kentucky) and Trained Physician Assistant Myron Hardesty Medical Herbalist, PA-C Graduate of the SouthWest School of Botanical Medicine (1994). AAPA certified (graduate University of Kentucky) and trained Physician Assistant

[ In any case, phenylephrine is not the only cold-and-flu drug with questionable effectiveness in its approved form. The...
11/13/2023

[ In any case, phenylephrine is not the only cold-and-flu drug with questionable effectiveness in its approved form. The common cough drugs guaifenesin and dextromethorphan have both come under fire. But we lack the robust clinical-trial data to draw a definitive conclusion on those one way or the other. “What really helped our case is the fact that Merck funded those studies,” Hatton says. And that Merck let its scientists publish them. Failed studies from drug companies usually don’t see the light of day because they present few incentives for publication. Changing the consensus on phenylephrine took an extraordinary set of circumstances. ]

Studies prove that popular decongestants just don’t work.

Where will you find healthcare in the (near) future?
04/21/2023

Where will you find healthcare in the (near) future?

A wave of physician retirements have been predicted in the coming years and more than 2 out of 5 physicians will reach 65 years of age in the next decade. What does it mean for medicine?

04/07/2023

Happy foraging! Young dandelion leaves are completely edible and more nutritious than spinach. Learn more about it! Almanac.com/dandelions

The dark side of medicine: an urgent call to action against greed
03/31/2023

The dark side of medicine: an urgent call to action against greed

Donald Berwick, MD, warns about the "existential threat of greed in U.S. health care" in an editorial in JAMA, pointing out unethical behavior by physicians who push unnecessary and sometimes risky procedures on vulnerable populations. He urges physicians to challenge greed in all segments of health...

Thsee implications for the "Sunshine Vitamin" are facinating
03/04/2023

Thsee implications for the "Sunshine Vitamin" are facinating

Vitamin D deficiency has been cited as a possible cause of obesity. Dr Caroline Apovian talks about vitamin D and whether it has a role in obesity development.

This MD / Researcher has been a voice of reason throughout the Pandemic > Here are his current thoughts on the "kracken ...
01/16/2023

This MD / Researcher has been a voice of reason throughout the Pandemic > Here are his current thoughts on the "kracken " sub-variant. Worhte consideration

Dr. Peter Hotez discusses the new omicron variant, vaccine fatigue, bivalent booster and...

04/13/2022

Famed herbalist and teacher Susun W**d says anger is part of her teaching method. Some of her former apprentices say it went too far.

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02/07/2022

https://www.facebook.com/115138955175823/posts/5077731722249830/?d=n

"A lot of people call me a w**d but I'm a friend and come to help you!
When you see me, remember that I'm the ONLY one who wants and can grow in that particular spot.
Because:
Either the soil is too compact/hard / stomped and I want to loosen it for you with my roots.
Or there is too little calcium in the soil - don't worry, I will replenish that for you with the dying of my leaves.
Or the soil is too acidic. But I will also improve that for you if you give me the chance.
Or a mixture of the above reasons, of course 😊
I'm here because your soil needs my help so best you let me grow without disturbing me! When everything is fixed, I will disappear again, I promise!
Are you trying to remove me prematurely with my root? However meticulous you are, I will return 2x as strong! Just until your soil is improved.
You can even tell by my growth at which stage my help is at. If my leaves are flat on the ground then I'm far from ready but if they all reach up then I'm already a long way on my way.
Something completely different is that I am 1 of the first bloomers in spring so I will announce spring/summer for you.
During the day when it's hot, I open my flowers but in the evening when it cools off I close them again quickly. In fact, if it's not hot enough during the day I won't open them at all!
My flowers are some of the first food for insects after hibernation and unlike most other plants, I have pollen AND nectar, not merely one OR the other! And I am generous with them! 🤪😉
My flowers are even delicious for you people by the way, did you know? I used to be called ′′honey (or gold) of the poor′′ because my flowers are so sweet in e.g. jam, sauce or salad!
But wait until the end of May or later before you start picking and even then, don't pick everything yet! The biodiversity and bees will be very grateful!
Have a dandy day 😘😊"
- Poem by Paula Kok - Den Boer

[ Both (authors of the research) Mandrola and Hoeg said they are pro-vaccine and that they were dismayed to find their w...
09/16/2021

[ Both (authors of the research) Mandrola and Hoeg said they are pro-vaccine and that they were dismayed to find their work being used to support any agenda. "It's very frustrating," said Hoeg, adding that she understands that "when you publish research on a controversial topic, people are going to take it and use it for their agendas."

Some on Twitter blamed the open and free-wheeling nature of preprints.
Harlan Krumholz, MD, SM, the Harold H. Hines, Jr. professor of medicine and public health at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, which oversees medRxiv, tweeted, "Do you get that the discussion about the preprint is exactly the purpose of . So that way when someone claims something, you can look at the source and experts can comment."

But Ziaeian tweeted back, "Preprints like this one can be weaponized to stir anti-vaccine lies and damage public health." ]

The authors' conclusions about rates of myocarditis after COVID vaccine in boys 12 to 17 years of age are attacked for supposedly stoking anti-vaccine sentiment.

Great (and entertaining !) Read!
04/02/2021

Great (and entertaining !) Read!

My frustration with the misinformation surrounding vaccines has come to a head. 2020: the perfect crucible to amplify our fears, biases, and compulsions — an etheric vessel easily conjured by the very unholy trinity of the pandemic, US general election, and sudden social media immersion. As if

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