Health Supreme by Sepp Hasslberger



August 14, 2006

Health Supreme NewsGrabs - 14 August 2006

Here is another issue of Health Supreme's News Grabs - alternative health news and other pertinent bytes of information...

Antidote to Deadly Chemical Weapons and Organophosphate Pesticides
An Alzheimer's disease drug and a generic anti-seizure medicine can combine to reverse the potentially lethal effects of chemicals called organophosphates. "This is extremely important, because for the first time we can resolve intoxication from insecticides and nerve agents..."

Indians tell cola giants to reveal all
India's highest court has demanded that Coca-Cola reveal its secret formula, for the first time in 120 years. The Supreme Court ordered the US soft-drinks maker, along with its rival, PepsiCo, to supply details of the chemical composition and ingredients of their products after a study released last week claimed they contained unacceptable levels of insecticides.

Lilly to pay settlement in Zyprexa lawsuits
Notices of injury payouts to Zyprexa users, in Lilly's largest-ever liability settlement, will be mailed as early as this week to those who hoped to enjoy the pharmaceutical benefits of the antipsychotic drug but ended up with diabetic side effects.

One question remains - since it has been established that irreversible diabetes is one of the "side effects", why is the drug still on the market and being widely advertised?

Is an armament sickening U.S. soldiers?
This is one of the first mainstream press articles that picks up on the devastating health effects of depleted uranium used liberally by the US army in Afghanistan, Irak and some years ago in the Balkans. More and more sick soldiers are driving home the message that a nuclear genocide is being perpetrated.

Inquiry call at high Canty use of ECT
Auckland University clinical psychologist Dr John Read has called for an inquiry into Canterbury's use of ECT.

This barbaric form of psychiatric treatment - shocking the brain with electricity - is still in use and some psychiatrists seem to be rather fond of it. Perhaps they should try it on themselves...

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posted by Drazen Dobrovodski on Monday August 14 2006
updated on Thursday December 16 2010

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