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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Homeopathic remedies and homeopathy treatment for Arteriosclerosis.

Arteriosclerosis {ahr-tir-ee-oh-skluh-roh’-sis} is a term used to describe several diseases that involve the cardiovascular system and the many arteries and vessels which make it up. Atherosclerosis invades both the superficial and deep layers of the vessel walls. Arteriosclerosis is often referred to as “hardening of the arteries.”

Cholesterol, statins and death

The reality is that there is no mortality benefit from lowering cholersterol with statin drugs: Both lines on the mortality chart below are superimposed meaning the number of deaths in the statin drug group was identical to the number of deaths in the placebo group. See Chart below: Translation: Cholesterol lowering with statin drugs does not reduce total mortality in women, PERIOD. It doesn’t reduce mortality in women without heart disease, called primary prevention. It doesn’t reduce mortality in women with heart disease, called secondary prevention. Not only are statin drugs a failure for women, they also should never be prescribed to the elderly. Mortality in the elderly goes up as cholesterol goes down. Read this Letter to the Editor by Eddie Vos. Any reduction in coronary disease by statin treatment could easily be outweighed by harm related to drug toxicity when such methods of risk assessment are used. The failure of statins to decrease all-cause mortality is possibly best illustrated by atorvastatin: while both the ASCOT7 and TNT8 trials found that atorvastatin therapy decreased the risk of cardiovascular events, in the ASCOT trial (placebo v. 10 mg atorvastatin daily) the all-cause mortality curves effectively touched at mean study end (3.3 years) and in the TNT trial (10 v. 80 mg of atorvastatin daily) there were 26 fewer deaths from coronary artery disease in patients taking the higher dose offset by 31 more noncardiovascular deaths at median study end (4.9 years). Incidentally, the ASCOT trial failed to find a cardiac benefit of statin therapy in women and patients with diabetes. This cardiovascular benefit is not reflected in 2 measures of overall health impact, total mortality and total serious adverse events. Therefore, statins have not been shown to provide an overall health benefit in primary prevention trials. Regarding women, two 2004 analysis [4,5] found no reduction in deaths from statin over placebo. In actual patient outcomes, the 6 year 1/4 billion dollar (approximate simvastatin retail cost) J-LIT study in 41,801 hypercholesterolemic Japanese (2/3rds women; mean baseline cholesterol 7 mmol/ L) found mortality in the 2 lowest on-statin cholesterol categories 2e3 times higher than in patients remaining near 6.4 mmol/L [6]; its authors cautioned about ‘hyperresponders’ to statin (Fig. 1). The 4S study ended with 3 more dead women on statin vs. placebo [7]; another ‘successful’ study, HPS, found no significant mortality benefit in women [8]. Interestingly, statins had a close call with their first mega-trial, EXCEL, ending with almost significantly more deaths on lovastatin than placebo and where, at 11 months, the drug’s maker simply discontinued the placebo group [12]; lovastatin’s final mega-trial AFCAPS/TexCAPS also ended with fewer deaths on placebo. Unless one believes in the sanctity of only 2 studies, pharma-run 4S with unusual mortality curves and HPS with a rare on-drug run-in phase and yet unpublished 4 main group mortality curves, I would argue there are zero mortality benefit studies for any of the 8 statins that are or were. Is there a Giordano Bruno or Galileo in the house, or a female Joan of Arc to change the paradigm? As new paradigm and in line with the name of this Journal, I’d propose long-term protein degradation by homocysteinylation and glycosylation, different topics where space restrictions do not allow me to go but where decades of research has shown consistent promise. Once arterial structural decline is present, in order to prevent sudden deaths, omega-3’s [1] and magnesium supplementation are avenues deserving urgent attention. Is it calcium? It was cardiologist Dr. Stephen Seely who in wrote, in his treatise entitled "Is calcium excess in western diet a major cause of arterial disease? published in the International Journal of Cardiology in 1991, that excess calcium intake is a major cause of atherosclerosis in Western countries. He contended that young adults need only 300—400 mg of calcium daily, and older adults need even less. In countries where the daily calcium intake is 200—400 mg, arterial diseases are non-existent and blood pressure does not increase with age. Dr. Seely said, in countries where the daily calcium intake is 800 milligrams (USA, New Zealand, Scandinavian countries, Ireland), arterial disease is the leading cause of mortality. Dr. Seely pointed out that cholesterol only represents 3% of arterial plaque, while calcium makes up 50%. [International Journal Cardiology 1991 Nov; 33 (2):191—8] Dr. Stephen Seely recommended the best remedy for this problem would be prevention, by reducing calcium consumption only to the level needed by the body. "This could be achieved only by drastic cuts in consumption of milk. Failing that, we could utilize nature's own calcium antagonist, IP6 phytate (rice bran extract)," he said. The author argues that currently available calcium antagonist drugs are less desirable. IP6 phytate is available as a dietary supplement, extracted from rice bran by Tsuno Foods & Rice Co. in Wakayama, Japan, and sold under various brand names (Source Naturals, Jarrow Formulas, Purity Products). (For instruction on how to conduct a rice bran cleanse, search under this term at )

Friday, January 20, 2012

feminist protest against Russian dictator Putin

Reconsider Antidepressants

It is a tragedy that 10 percent of Americans are taking an antidepressant medication. These drugs have barely been shown to outperform a placebo. Studies have proven that there are safer and more effective ways to combat depression, specifically talk therapy and exercise. And many other studies have shown that exercise outperforms antidepressants in the treatment of depression. Read more: Reconsider Antidepressants Important: At Risk For A Heart Attack? Find Out Now.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Fantasy novel and self help book

Dari (The Sword of Freedom) [Kindle Edition] How I survived few major crises and am planning to survive this one or the help from within Part 1 [Kindle Edition]

Chemotherapy may influence leukemia relapse and safe alternative to chemo

The chemotherapy drugs required to push a common form of adult leukemia into remission may contribute to DNA damage that can lead to a relapse of the disease in some patients, findings of a new study suggest. The research, by a team of physicians and scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is published Jan. 11 in the advance online edition of Nature. The research is funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute and the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation. Ding L, Ley TJ, Mardis ER, Wilson RK and DiPersio JF et al. Clonal evolution in relapsed acute myeloid leukemia revealed by whole-genome sequencing. Nature. Advance online publication Jan. 11, 2012. It had been clear for all people who can think that chemo drugs would lead to cancer because they damage DNA of healthy cells as well. But for years bigpharma and it's servant FDA pushed the dangerous drugs to people and ignored the research which can lead to safe cancer therapy. I tried to get funding for my research of safe and effective method :catalytic therapy of cancer, but any time I submitted it it had been denied under some made up reason- sometimes because my English is not perfect, or something funny like this. Do any cancer patient really care about perfection of English from researcher who can offer safe and effective cure? But because patients don't have right to vote for their own safety and their lives the research like mine do not have possibility to be funded. Pity- we have the right to elect president but we do not have the right to vote for our own lives. See the articles about my research here:

Chemotherapy drugs can lead to relapse of leukemia

The chemotherapy drugs required to push a common form of adult leukemia into remission may contribute to DNA damage that can lead to a relapse of the disease in some patients, findings of a new study suggest. The research, by a team of physicians and scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is published Jan. 11 in the advance online edition of Nature. For patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), initial treatment with chemotherapy is essential for putting the cancer into remission. Without it, most patients would die within several months. But even so, about 80 percent of AML patients die within five years when chemotherapy treatment fails to keep the cancer in remission and the disease returns. Results of the new research provide evidence for a theory that scientists have long held: Chemotherapy contributes to relapse in cancer patients by damaging DNA and generating new mutations that allow tumor cells to evolve and become resistant to treatment. "The mutations in AML patients who have relapsed are different from those present in the primary tumor, and they are more likely to have a telltale signature of DNA damage," says senior author John F. DiPersio, MD, PhD, the Virginia E. and Sam J. Golman Professor of Medicine and chief of the division of oncology. "This suggests that mutations in the relapse cells are influenced by the chemotherapy drugs the patients receive."

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Chemo drugs may lead to cancer relapse

Chemotherapy drugs, vital for putting the cancer into remission, may contribute to relapse of the disease in patients by damaging DNA, a new study has revealed. Chemotherapy is known to damage the DNA of both cancer cells and healthy cells. But until now, scientists have had little direct evidence to suggest that chemotherapy itself helps shape the evolution of cancer cells and may contribute to disease recurrence.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Why, Yes, That IS Ned Stark In A Dress.

The Lord Of The Rings and Game Of Thrones star will soon be seen on British television screens with Boardwalk Empire and This Is England's Stephen Graham in two episodes of BBC1 drama Accused.

Tom Wlaschiha Talks Gof T 2

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Sherlock: it's all about the double act

What is it about Sherlock that has the nation turning on in their millions? Surely it can't be for hokey stories about massive dogs or dominatrixes who enjoy booting feminism back to the dark ages. Or direction that majors heavily on floating words, or confusingly outdated references to "cameraphones". No, the reason that people watch Sherlock is because of the interplay between Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch – who might just qualify as one of the greatest TV double acts of all time.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

BONES - Fans Ask TJ and Michaela, Part 1

Spartacus: Vengeance "The Brotherhood"

Game Of Thrones: Season 2 "Cold Winds" Tease

Spartacus: Vengeance in Entertainment Weekly

Martin Freeman 'hoping to make third series of Sherlock'

Watson in The Hound of the Baskervilles © BBC Martin Freeman has revealed that he is keen to star in a third series of Sherlock. The actor took a break from playing Bilbo Baggins in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit to shoot the second series of the BBC detective drama earlier this year. Freeman told talkshow host Graham Norton: "The hope is that we will make a third series. There is certainly more to do and I would like to do it. It's a very nice way to spend your time."

sophieRRturner and Lady!/sophieRRturner/media/slideshow?

Game Of Thrones Season 1 BBY Exclusive- Blu-ray Disc Synopsis Exclusive packaging included. In a land where summers span decades and winters can last a lifetime, trouble is brewing. From the scheming south and the savage eastern lands, to the frozen north and the ancient Wall that protects the realm from the darkness beyond, powerful families are engaged in a deadly cat-and-mouse game for control of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. As betrayal, lust, intrigue and supernatural forces shake the four corners of the Kingdoms, their bloody struggle for the Iron Throne will have unforeseen and far-reaching consequences. Winter is coming. Let the Game of Thrones begin. Special Features: Special Feature 2: World of Westeros, & SD version of Guide to Westeros Special Feature 3: Creating the Dothraki Language Special Feature 4: Mapping Titles: Creating the Show Open Special Feature 5: Anatomy of episode 6

Friday, January 6, 2012

Merlin Bloopers

Arthur tells us: Gwen on Merlin?

Colin Morgan & Bradley James Magic moments & Colin´s Video Diary in the caves

Merlin (BBC) DVD Extra - Colin & Bradley's DVD Diary

Bradley James & Colin Morgan - The Real Merlin and Arthur


Hot on the heels of the first image from The Bourne Legacy, we’ve got new images from Ridley Scott’s sci-fi pic Prometheus, the next James Bond entry Skyfall, Pixar’s upcoming fairy tale Brave, Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. While nothing’s too groundbreaking, we do get our first official look at Daniel Craig in Skyfall (Correction: the image is actually from Casino Royale, so we’re still lacking an official image of Craig in Skyfall), and you can’t really get enough of Martin Freeman as Bilbo in The Hobbit. The Twilight image seems familiar so I’m not entirely sure it’s new , but I figured Twilight fans wouldn’t mind another gander if they’ve seen it before (Correction: it’s from Breaking Dawn: Part 1, but I still included it because, you know, Bella and Edward). Hit the jump to check out the images.

Benedict Cumberbatch Talks STAR TREK Sequel and SHERLOCK Season 3

Today, at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, actor Benedict Cumberbatch was via satellite from London, where he is for the British premiere of War Horse, to promote the second season of the hit television series Sherlock. v Having premiered on January 1st in the UK, and on PBS on May 6th, Season 2 is stronger, better (yes, it’s true!) and wittier than Season 1.

Mariska Hargitay Will Be Back For 'Law And Order: SVU' Season 14

“The Avengers” star Tom Hiddleston talks Loki and beating up Iron Man

The Tough Guide to Fantasy Cities

You will not encounter any rustic taverns, bards, or bowls of stew on these tours! Instead, expect nightclubs, rock singers, and lots of gourmet coffee.

Making the Game of thrones

'These Last Two Are Gonna Be Real Turds,' George R.R. Martin Assures Fans

SANTA FE, NM—In the wake of last year's highly successful publication of the fifth installment in his A Song Of Ice And Fire series, author George R.R. Martin assured fans Tuesday the final two books in the fantasy saga would be "complete turds." "For starters, there'll be no mention of the dragons at all, because I'm pretty much sick of writing about dragons at this point," said Martin, who added he would also be introducing an entirely new storyline set on a completely different continent and featuring a cast of at least 50 new characters all vying for the same throne. "And I'm going to take even longer to write these last two, at least a decade each. Who knows if I'll even be alive to finish them? Who cares? My son knows how to spell most of the characters' names, so maybe I'll let him wrap the whole thing up." Martin said that while he didn't want to give too much away, he was certainly going to kill off Tyrion and never resurrect him, because "that fucking dwarf" was annoying the shit out of him.,26934/

Daniel Radcliffe on Fame, Self-Doubt, and Falling in Love

TV Blog Search: enhanced by Google Jillian Michaels Leaves ‘The Doctors’

Looks like the prescription didn’t work for Jillian Michaels: The TV superstar trainer is leaving the daytime syndicated hit show “The Doctors” after a half season. According to insiders who spoke to the New York Post, Jillian “wasn’t a good fit” since she was the only co-host among the other four—Travis Stork, Lisa Masterson, James Sears, and Drew Ordon—who wasn’t a physician. (Sounds like a recipe for massive ego clashing if you ask us.)

next weeks 'Suburgatory'


Monday, January 2, 2012

'Sherlock': 'A Scandal in Belgravia' review Writers and producers must be cursing Steven Moffat right now. It's only day one of 2012, and already Sherlock looks like being the highlight of the TV year. It's difficult to describe just how good A Scandal in Belgravia is without descending into gibbering hyperbole. Even trying to view it as the Great Detective himself would, with dispassionate analytical logic, you're hard pressed to stop breaking into a smile; the kind of knowing 'well-played...!' that Sherlock allows himself when thinking of 'The Woman'.

'Sherlock' first look: 'The Hounds of Baskerville' pics

The BBC have released a set of images from the second episode of Sherlock's new series, The Hounds of Baskerville. Guest starring Russell Tovey (Being Human), the episode airs at 8.30 pm on Sunday 8th January 2012. Something terrible has happened to Henry Knight. Sherlock and John investigate the truth about the monstrous creature which apparently killed their client's father. But what seems like fantasy in Baker Street is a very different prospect in the ultra-secret army base that looms over Dartmoor...

Holmes and Watson 'just good friends' The two stars of the BBC drama Sherlock have voiced their exasperation at continued talk of an on-screen romance between the detective and his sidekick Dr Watson, insisting that the two characters are just good friends.

Paranormal Activity 4 Officially Announced There's a very good chance that the Paranormal Activity franchise will never die. The most expensive movie in the series only cost $5 million, and all three have made at least $175 million at the global box office. Even if Paranormal Activity 16 makes $10 million at the global box office we will probably see another one. Following the release of Paranormal Activity 3 - which shattered multiple October/fall records - I wrote a feature trying to figure out not if there will be another movie, but what it will be about. Now Paramount Pictures has confirmed my theory as they have confirmed that Paranormal Activity 4 is in the works.

Martin Freeman suggests Hobbit love scene (Cover) - EN Movies - Martin Freeman believes his character in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has had sex. The British actor has been shooting the movie in New Zealand recently. It’s a prequel to The Lord of the Rings trilogy and Martin is portraying the hobbit Bilbo Baggins. Martin admits he has considered everything about the character to help him prepare for the role. “I think he’s had sex. I’m not sure,” he told Total Film. “I’m trying to convince Peter to write that scene in...” The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy star is thrilled to be part of such a huge production. For a short time Martin thought he would be unable to appear in the film as he was committed to the British TV series, Sherlock.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Midseason TV: Preview Of All The New TV Shows

Brace yourselves, there is a lot of TV coming your way this winter. And not just any TV, we're talking about top-notch, must-see new shows. From NBC's "Smash" to Fox's "Alcatraz," there will be plenty to get engrossed in this midseason. Read more at ONTD:

Doctor Who star David Tennant ties the knot in New Year's Eve ceremony to former Timelord's daughter

Doctor Who star David Tennant will be getting married to the daughter of former Timelord Peter Davison today, the Daily Mail can reveal. The dashing actor, who is credited with helping to revive the BBC sci-fi series, will tie the knot with pretty Georgia Moffett in an intimate New Year’s Eve ceremony in London. The couple already have a baby daughter called Olive, who was born in March, and have been making plans to marry ever since Mr Tennant proposed last Christmas. Read more:

The Borgias' David Oakes Talks About What's Next for Juan in Season Two

Showtime's drama The Borgias is based on the infamous pope of that name and his even more infamous children. Like all good soapy historical dramas, The Borgias is full of sex, murder, inappropriate sibling relationships and very pretty costumes. Ahead of the release of the first season on blu-ray and DVD on December 27, I spoke with David Oakes, who plays black sheep of the family Juan Borgia. In this first part of a two-part interview we discussed Jeremy Iron's Golden Globe nomination, what's next for Juan in season two and what's really going on with siblings Cesare and Lucrezia.

Royal Post: Prince Harry Celebrates New Years With Cousins Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie

Prince Harry marked the start of 2012 with Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie at the Swiss ski resort where he is staying in a low-key event. Read more at ONTD: