Monthly Archives: September 2011

Baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, vasoline against skin infections

Baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, vasoline are effective against different types of skin conditions and skin infections. Vasoline or petroleum jelly and aloe vera gel seem to ease the itching due to non-infectious psoriasis. Hydrogen peroxide kills the athlete’s foot fungus, … Continue reading

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Will garlic help gangrene?

This is a response to the enquiry:  “Will garlic help gangrene?” Yes. The reason is this.  Gangrene’s anaerobic bacteria called clostridia, live in the foul blisters under the skin where there is no free oxygen.  The athlete’s foot ringworm tinea pedis lives … Continue reading

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Genetically transfected super resistant rice

In 2010, a master’s degree thesis by a student at the Hunan Normal University evaluated the “safety of rice with transfected Bt gene on the health of field mice.”  The paper noted that after 90 days of laboratory experiment letting field … Continue reading

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Unable to stand at 2 years

This is a direct response to the statement:  “Unable to stand at 2 years” The Merck Manual of Medical Information states:  “Spinal Muscular Atrophies” “Spinal muscular atrophies are inherited diseases in which nerve cells in the spinal cord and brain … Continue reading

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Will jogging cause my kidney stones to move?

This is a response to the enquiry:  “Will jogging cause my kidney stones to move?” Jogging will cause kidney stones to move, but it may not be enough to dislodge the stones from their “seat.”  The reason is that jogging … Continue reading

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Ice cold water and kidney stones

This is a response to the statement and enquiry:  “Ice cold water and kidney stones” This is a very good question and the answer is very important. Do not consume ice cold water while having kidney stones. The reason is … Continue reading

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Why gangrene seems to persist

This is an after thought after seeing the key search words:  “first aid of gangrene”. Gangrene is defined as the death of tissue due to a loss of blood supply followed by anaerobic bacterial invasion, i..e., clostridia infection.  Clostridia is … Continue reading

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