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    Crestor Jupiter Study – Problems, Issues and Solutions

    Tuesday, November 11th, 2008

    The recently reported study JUPITER, which shows that the drug Crestor, aka rosuvastatin, would help reduce inflammation in the arteries which would help reduce the number of heart attacks has got me puzzled. What struck me was the amazed reactions by physicians who were shocked, shocked that C-Reactive Protein, a marker for inflammation, was a […]

    Cutler Interview

    Thursday, October 16th, 2008

    Ealier this year, I did an interview with Andrew Cutler, PhD talking about his thoughts on autism, mercury, and porphyrin testing. You can listen to it on my podcast site by clicking this link. Just recently, Michael Ross, did a transcript of the interview that you can download and read for yourself. Thank you Michael […]

    My Podcasts Live

    Friday, September 19th, 2008

    In case you haven’t heard about my podcasts, you can scoot over to www.labinterpretation.podhoster.com and either download to a podcatcher like iTunes or just listen to it online. I have already covered subjects like CODEX and DSHEA, cholesterol myths and truths, catecholamines, arabinose versus D-arabinitol as a yeast marker, and a few book, website and […]

    I’m Podcasting!!! (Finally)

    Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

    Well, I finally did it. I started podcasting. The podcast name is – Let’s Talk Real Health and while it isn’t perfect (yet), it is something I hope you will download to your iPod or mp3 player, or just listen to it online. This weeks segment includes a discussion on PSA testing, styrene markers in […]

    Boulderfest 2008 Presentation

    Sunday, July 20th, 2008

    If you go over to my other blog site, MarkSchauss.com, you can download a copy of the PowerPoint presentation I gave at the Boulderfest 2008 in Broomfield, Colorado this past weekend. It gave an overview of the different lab tests that give clinical relevance to a number of disorders from autism to asthma, from infertility […]

    Food Additives – The Ones to Avoid

    Thursday, June 5th, 2008

    Jean Weiss wrote an interesting article for MSN Health & Fitness about the 12 Food Additives to Avoid. Sage advice from Ms. Weiss. One of the issues Tasya, my daughter has had to deal with is her sensitivity to a number of food additives, especially aspartame (a real neurotoxic poison) and food dyes. In many […]

    Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Health Insurance

    Monday, June 2nd, 2008

    In today’s ever escalating health insurance cost atmosphere, insurers try to get you to use the least of your benefits while charging you more and more every year. I’ve seen this scenario play out with my daughter Tasya, when Mega Health and Life Insurance screwed us by saying that the MRIs and CT scans she […]

    Connecticut Training – PowerPoint Presentation

    Monday, April 14th, 2008

    For those of you who are interested in laboratory testing related to health, go to my other blog site at MarkSchauss.com and you can download my two presentations done on April 12 and 13, 2008 at the Hyatt Regency in Old Greenwhich, Connecticut.

    My Latest Presentation on Lab Testing and Environmental Health

    Monday, April 7th, 2008

    I’d like to thank the people who came to my presentation I did with Robert Crayhon this past weekend in San Francisco and Los Angeles. It was fun to see old friends and make new ones. The enthusiasm to help people that everyone had was invigorating and inspiring. To get my presentation from this past […]

    Combinational Toxicity – The Toxic Soup Within Our Bodies

    Monday, March 3rd, 2008

    In an article published in the British journal, New Scientist, author Bijal Trivedi reports on how combinations of the toxic effects of the toxins within our bodies can be far greater than the sum of the toxins. Say if the lethality of each of 8 chemical toxicant by themselves was .01 on a scale of 0-5, […]

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