Tag Archives: Orthomolecular Medicine
Vitamin D

The Effect of Vitamin D on Cancer Incidence and Survival

July 23, 2019; (RePosted by Silver Bulletin e-News, UtopiaSilver.com); Mainstream studies are very often intentionally tilted against vitamin research, usually because they use less effective forms of vitamins and in such low dosages that they are little better than the placebos they may be comparing them with. One of the most common mineral examples is […]

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WHY VITAMIN C FIGHTS CANCER SO WELL

…and why more and more oncologists are now using it. Commentary by Andrew W. Saul, Editor (OMNS July 2, 2019) The success of intravenous vitamin C for cancer patients is a repeatedly-demonstrated clinical reality. Here is the full, detailed Riordan IVC protocol, a free download for everyone. http://www.doctoryourself.com/RiordanIVC.pdf Do not let loved ones suffer unnecessarily […]

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Evading the Venus-Flytrap Scenario

Nov. 21, 2018; by Tom Taylor (OMNS) I would like to say “Thank You” to all the medical professionals and researchers who have made videos, and written books to explain modern wellness health strategies. The public has benefited greatly. Nearly all these lecturers have MD or PhD degrees. They know their subjects, and they speak […]

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Big Pharma’s Big Advertising

October 16, 2018 Commentary by Ralph Campbell, MD (OMNS Dec 31, 2018; TV advertising and magazine advertising—sometimes 2 to 3 standard pages for a single drug—is expensive. So why do the drug manufacturers do it? Simple– because it is effective. Advertising experts carefully construct their ads for a specific TV audience or reader. Evening news […]

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Middle Ear Infection in Infants and Children

March 05, 2018; by Ralph Campbell, MD (OMNS Jan 23, 2018) We call those big flaps on each side of our heads “ears”; so where is the middle ear? “Middle ear” refers to the medical terminology in which there are three parts: The external ear, the middle ear – a space bordered on the outer […]

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Fever: Friend, Foe or Both?

Feb. 12, 2018; Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, February 2, 2018; by Ralph K. Campbell, MD, with Robert G. Smith, PhD; (OMNS Feb 2, 2018) As a young parent, even though I had just finished filling my head full of medical facts, I felt alarm when my infant daughter ran a fever. The first thing I […]

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Good Fat

Fat is My Friend

Jan. 30, 2018; Commentary by Damien Downing, MBBS (OMNS Jan 17, 2018) Throughout 2017 I kept saying “This looks like the year that the whole fat-cholesterol-heart disease hypothesis falls apart.” Well for once it looks like I was right. Today (I write on Jan 1st 2018) the annual review from Diabetes.co.uk carries 3 game-changing headlines […]

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Big Pharma; Even Bigger Advertising

January 08, 2018; Big Pharma’s Big Advertising; That “scientific aura” really moves the merchandise. Commentary by Ralph Campbell, MD (OMNS Dec 31, 2017) TV advertising and magazine advertising—sometimes 2 to 3 standard pages for a single drug—is expensive. So why do the drug manufacturers do it? Simple– because it is effective. Advertising experts carefully construct […]

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Timeline of Vitamin Medicine

by Andrew W. Saul, Editor (OMNS Feb 15, 2014) Don’t get bogged down by silly claims that multiple vitamins kill, or that antioxidants are bad for you. It is high time to take a look at the record, and review what published medical research actually has been saying for eight decades. –Editor’s Note: This timeline of […]

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