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  • Archive for April, 2008

    Smog and Premature Death – Science Has Linked Them, The White House Denies It

    Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

    If the White House wants to look any dumber, I honestly cannot see how after reading a report on MSNBC.com about the link between the ozone in smog and premature deaths. The National Academy of Sciences review of the data clearly shows that people are dying because of effects of short-term exposure to pollution. The […]

    Anticholinergic Drugs and Memory Loss – Better Wear Diapers Instead

    Friday, April 18th, 2008

    Incontinence drugs like Detrol, have now been linked to memory problems and other psychological ills.  According to this article on MSNBC.com, “The people who took the drugs had a 50 percent faster rate of cognitive decline compared to those who didn’t take any.” That is pretty staggering if you ask me. Other drugs in the […]

    Another Con Job by the President On Global Warming

    Friday, April 18th, 2008

    I guess if you take the U and the H out of President George Bush’s name you get the two letters that match his rhetoric when it comes to the environment. The nonsense that spews from the White House about Mr. Bush’s “concern” about the environment and the issue of glabal warming is piled so […]

    Pharmaceutical Scams Continue

    Thursday, April 17th, 2008

    It just keeps coming it seems, the pharmaceutical industry has stooped to levels even I didn’t think possible. Merck was just found to have paid academic scientists to put their names on papers they didn’t write. Who wrote the papers? Company hired medical writers of course. According to Dr. Catherine DeAngelis, JAMA’s editor-in-chief, “The manipulation […]

    Bisphenol A – The Time To Ban Is Now!!!

    Wednesday, April 16th, 2008

    Bisphenol A, a compound found in numerous plastic products has been found to be harmful to the brain and cause damage to reproductive organs in children. It was also found to be mildly estrogenic which can affect the thyroid and other hormonal systems. In my book, Achieving Victory Over a Toxic World, I talk about […]

    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.

    Diseases and Toxins – The Links are There

    Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

    There is a lot of data out there on the links between disease and environmental toxins. Problem is, there is a LOT of data on the links. Where to go if you need to see how strong the data is? Well look no further than The Collaborative on Health and the Environment’s – CHE Toxicant […]

    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 […]

    Carnivals – Places to Share Ideas

    Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

    Carnivals are blogs that link to other blogs on writers with thoughts on related subjects. One such carnival linked to on of my blogs recently that I thought my readers might be interested in. Take a jog over to the

    Ignoring the Supreme Court Ruling – Bush Administration Flaunts the Law On the Environment

    Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

    In a stunning, yet common place occurance, the EPA under Steven Johnson, has refused to abide by a Supreme Court ruling over a year ago that stated that they had the authority and that it had to control green house gas emissions. The total lack of care for our environment and the amazing audacity of […]