Monday, February 18, 2008

Don't put anything in your ear smaller than your elbow...

In a few years, all those who wear earbud earphones inside their ear canal will be partially deaf...When you put earbuds into your ears, it is not the volume that will deafen you...It is the mere physicality of putting something in your ear canal that will disrupt those tiny hairs that make you hear...lowering the volume will not mitigate this...Do not put anything in your ear smaller than your elbow...My Dad always used to say...If this helps, he was a Harvard, Oxford trained medical doctor, surgeon, author of medical books...Do not put anything in your ear smaller than your elbow...(when everyone loses their hearing will a lawsuit against iPod really bring your hearing back ?)

Notes on Diabetes Progesterone drug correlation, plus...if someone overdoses on insulin, epinephrine shot is given...
possible dosage ovarid? a quarter every 14 -21 days?
"The drug Ovaban (megestrol acetate)[49] Ovarid (UK)[50] (progestin--female hormone) is approved for use in dogs to end heat cycles. It has also been prescribed for behavioral problems in both dogs and cats, since it is the opposite of testosterone (male hormone).
The drug has also been prescribed for some feline skin conditions. Its use with cats has been proven to cause diabetes much of the time; they are also at risk for developing Addison's disease as a result of the drug [51].
It is contraindicated for use in dogs with diabetes."
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Pet Diabetes correlated to Progesterone

response to attack on doctors regarding mercury based vaccine preservatives...
there are several many diseases were prevented by the vaccinations ? what is a safe & viable alternative to mercury based preservatives in long term vaccine storage ? what other pre-existing drugs were mothers taking that may have been teratogenic & pre-determined a vulnerability in these affected children ? (such as the current century old use of progesterone based birth control which wipes out adrenal gland function causing immune deficiency)...I hasten to add that the predominant attitude that doctors are gurus & that their opinions are unquestionable is antiquated...From that same line of reasoning comes a degree of blame that must be aimed at patients ...When people buy cars they kick the tires...cameras they take a picture...nannies they interview everyone...but with medical treatment, the degree of research on the part of the patients is many cases of autism could have been prevented in the past 25 years ? The rumours were there ...How many parents allowed their children to be vaccinated without reading or word of mouth information sessions ? Blame should be spread a little wider...How many teachers knew or suspected but reported nothing ?

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