October 8, 2013

Poisons

Posted in FLUORIDE ~ SLOW CRIPPLER, POISONS tagged , , , , at 4:11 pm by PCOSLady

POISONS

PCOS Lady:
I chose to finally make a poison category since poison is being listed online from research and so many poisons exist in what we eat, breathe, use, etc…

Added posts will be made as i find them for you…
~ May be just the link…
~ May be a brief intro with link…

Be aware!
Christie
PCOS Lady
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Fluoride in Milk ~ Poison
Can Adding Fluoride to Milk Help Improve Children’s Dental Health?
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/10/08/fluoridated-milk.aspx?e_cid=20131008Z1_DNL_art_1&utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20131008Z1
~ Dr Mercola … October 8, 2013 …
~ The debate over the dangers of fluoride has been ongoing for more than six decades, despite the fact that study after study has confirmed that fluoride is a dangerous, toxic poison that bio-accumulates in your body while being ineffective at preventing dental decay.
~ Fluoride can also create a calcium deficiency situation by precipitating calcium out of solution. This causes low blood calcium, as well as the buildup of calcium stones and crystals in joints and organs. This could potentially turn out to be a concern with regard to adding fluoride to calcium-rich milk…
~ Worse yet, when you consider the fact that there are 25 studies showing that fluoride reduces IQ in children, the idea of giving fluoridated milk to school children is a shockingly bad idea, even if they don’t also drink fluoridated water. Approximately 100 animal studies have also linked fluoride to brain damage.

NOTE: The UK is thinking of doing this in the Blackpool area. Ten other areas of the UK have already introduced fluoridated milk to its students: St Helens, Knowsley, Wirral, West Cheshire, Manchester, Trafford, Leeds, Sheffield, Barnsley and Doncaster.
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SITES
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https://pcoslady.wordpress.com/2013/09/30/skeletal-fluorosis-or/
~ SKELETAL FLUOROSIS ~ Often misdiagnosed as fibromyalgia or rheumatoid arthritis …
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https://pcoslady.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/13-mass-public-poisons/
~ 13 Mass Public Poisons ~ Flouride: There are two types calcium is good and sodium is the poison…
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https://pcoslady.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/bottled-water/
~ TRUTHS ON BOTTLED WATER ~ 6 TYPES OF BOTTLED WATER…
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GOOGLE:

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August 26, 2013

Gender Longevity Explained

Posted in OFF TOPICS tagged , , , , , , , , , at 4:33 pm by PCOSLady

GENDER LONGEVITY EXPLAINED
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Women normally do outlive men!
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Psychology of Women by Juanita H. Williams
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The average woman in the US can expect to outlive the average man by eight years… The difference has increased drastically in the last fifty years due the increase of men getting cardiovascular diseases and lung cancer… Add the decline of women from causes related to pregnancy and childbearing…

Compared to women, men are more than twice as likely to die from seven major causes: coronary heart disease, lung cancer, emphysema, motor vehicle and other types of accidents, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide…

These cause account for three-fourths of the sex difference in mortality in the US…

Her book explains more…
~ ISBN: 0-393-95567-2

June 25, 2012

Statins: Hidden Truth

Posted in MEDICINE TODAY tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 5:17 am by PCOSLady

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/08/18/is-the-government-going-to-force-your-kids-to-take-cholesterol-drugs.aspx
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The Hidden Truth: Why Government Wants Your Kids on Cholesterol Drugs…
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The exploitation of children for the sake of profit is yet another loathsome strategy drug manufacturers are willing to deploy, this time for the purpose of extending Lipitor’s patent to hold off generic brand competition.
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Here are two ratios, easily calculated from a lipid panel, which can help you evaluate your child’s heart disease risk:
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~ HDL/Total Cholesterol Ratio: Should ideally be more than 24 percent. If it’s less than10 percent, your child has a significant risk for developing heart disease.
~ Triglyceride/HDL Ratio: Should be less than 2.
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Statin Side Effects: Keep Out of the Reach of Children!
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In 2007, the American Heart Association first recommended the use of statin drugs for children with high cholesterol. Then, in 2008 the American Academy of Pediatrics followed suit, recommending cholesterol-lowering drugs for children as young as age 8.
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Now they are concocting ways to place more and more children on statins, in spite of the overwhelming evidence for serious side effects — nearly 900 studies point to the damaging effects of these drugs.
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The list of statin-related health problems includes the following:
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~ Muscle damage (potentially permanent), mostly related to CoQ10 depletion
~ Heart damage, heart failure and strokes
~ Neuropathy
~ Immune system suppression
~ Pancreatic dysfunction
~ Hepatic dysfunction
~ Increased cancer risk
~ Cognitive impairment
~ Depression
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In addition to these risks, there are also risks from insufficient CoQ10 levels, which directly relate to the use of statins:
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~ Impaired white blood cell activity
~ Reduced muscle strength contraction — especially for the heart muscle
~ Impaired liver function
~ Decreased cell growth and division
~ Decreased ability to neutralize free radicals
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And now, it would appear, they are pushing a massive kiddie-statin campaign, disguised as “preventative medicine.”
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A number of times over fraudulent claims about the “health benefits” of Lipitor. Lipitor is particularly damaging if you are diabetic, doubling your risk for stroke. And with childhood diabetes rates increasing by leaps and bounds, prescribing Lipitor would be extremely risky to these diabetic or pre-diabetic kids.
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SITES
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http://suite101.com/article/should-children-take-statins-a59840
~ General Medicine, Suite 101 … Should Children Take Statins? The Race to Lower Cholesterol Now Includes Our Kids …
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http://suite101.com/article/the-dangers-of-statin-drug-use-a119858
~ General Medicine, Suite 101 … The Dangers of Statin Drug Use … Statin Side Effects and Their Danger to Health …

June 14, 2012

Patient’s Bill of Rights

Posted in LEGAL ISSUES tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 11:20 pm by PCOSLady

PATIENT CARE ACT ~ PATIENT’S BILL OF RIGHTS ~ HEALTH REFORM ~ AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
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http://healthreform.gov/newsroom/new_patients_bill_of_rights.html
~ Health Reform … Patient Care Act, signed June 22, 2010… Fact sheet …
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Fact Sheet: The Affordable Care Act’s New Patient’s Bill of Rights
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June 22, 2010
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A major goal of the Affordable Care Act – the health insurance reform legislation President Obama signed into law on March 23 – is to put American consumers back in charge of their health coverage and care. Insurance companies often leave patients without coverage when they need it the most, causing them to put off needed care, compromising their health and driving up the cost of care when they get it. Too often, insurance companies put insurance company bureaucrats between you and your doctor. The Affordable Care Act cracks down on the some of the most egregious practices of the insurance industry while providing the stability and the flexibility that families and businesses need to make the choices that work best for them.
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Today, the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Labor, and Treasury issued regulations to implement a new Patient’s Bill of Rights under the Affordable Care Act – which will help children (and eventually all Americans) with pre-existing conditions gain coverage and keep it, protect all Americans’ choice of doctors and end lifetime limits on the care consumers may receive. These new protections apply to nearly all health insurance plans.1
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How These New Rules Will Help You
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~ Stop insurance companies from limiting the care you need. For most plans starting on or after September 23, these rules stop insurance companies from imposing pre-existing condition exclusions on your children; prohibit insurers from rescinding or taking away your coverage based on an unintentional mistake on an application; ban insurers from setting lifetime limits on your coverage; and restrict their use of annual limits on coverage.
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~ Remove insurance company barriers between you and your doctor. For plans starting on or after September 23, these rules ensure that you can choose the primary care doctor or pediatrician you want from your plan’s provider network, and that you can see an OB-GYN without needing a referral. Insurance companies will not be able to require you to get prior approval before seeking emergency care at a hospital outside your plan’s network. These protections apply to health plans that are not grandfathered.
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Builds On Other Affordable Care Act Policies
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These new protections complement other parts of the Affordable Care Act including:
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~ Reviewing Insurers’ Premium Increases. HHS recently offered States $51 million in grant funding to strengthen review of insurance premiums. Annual premium hikes can put insurance out of reach of many working families and small employers. These grants are a down-payment that enable States to act now on reviewing, disclosing, and preventing unreasonable rate hikes. Already, a number of States, including California, New York, Maine, Pennsylvania and others are moving forward to improve their oversight and require more transparency of insurance companies’ requests to raise rates.
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~ Getting the Most from Your Premium Dollars. Beginning in January, the Affordable Care Act requires individual and small group insurers to spend at least 80% and large group insurers to spend at least 85% of your premium dollars on direct medical care and efforts to improve the quality of care you receive – and rebate you the difference if they fall short. This will limit spending on overhead and salaries and bonuses paid to insurance company executives and provide new transparency into how your dollars are spent. Insurers will be required to publicly disclose their rates on a new national consumer website – HealthCare.gov.
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Keeping Young Adults Covered. Starting September 23, children under 26 will be allowed to stay on their parent’s family policy, or be added to it. Group health plans that are grandfathered plans can limit this option to adult children that don’t have another offer of employment-based coverage. Many insurance companies and employers have agreed to implement this program early, to avoid a gap in coverage for new college graduates and other young adults.
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~ Providing Affordable Coverage to Americans without Insurance due to Pre-existing Conditions: Starting July 1, Americans locked out of the insurance market because of a pre-existing condition can begin enrolling in the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP). This program offers insurance without medical underwriting to people who have been unable to get it because of a preexisting condition. It ends in 2014, when the ban on insurers refusing to cover adults with pre-existing conditions goes into effect and individuals will have affordable choices through Exchanges – the same choices as members of Congress.
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New Consumer Protections Starting As Early As This Fall
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The new Patient’s Bill of Rights regulations detail a set of protections that apply to health coverage starting on or after September 23, 2010, six months after the enactment of the Affordable Care Act. They are:
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~ No Pre-Existing Condition Exclusions for Children Under Age 19. Each year, thousands of children who were either born with or develop a costly medical condition are denied coverage by insurers. Research has shown that, compared to those with insurance, children who are uninsured are less likely to get critical preventive care including immunizations and well-baby checkups. That leaves them twice as likely to miss school and at much greater risk of hospitalization for avoidable conditions.
~ A Texas insurance company denied coverage for a baby born with a heart defect that required surgery. Friends and neighbors rallied around the family to raise the thousands of dollars needed to pay for the surgery and put pressure on the insurer to pay for the needed treatment. A week later the insurer backed off and covered the baby.2
~ The new regulations will prohibit insurance plans from denying coverage to children based on a pre-existing conditions. This ban includes both benefit limitations (e.g., an insurer or employer health plan refusing to pay for chemotherapy for a child with cancer because the child had the cancer before getting insurance) and outright coverage denials (e.g., when the insurer refuses to offer a policy to the family for the child because of the child’s pre-existing medical condition). These protections will apply to all types of insurance except for individual policies that are “grandfathered,” and will be extended to Americans of all ages starting in 2014.
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~ No Arbitrary Rescissions of Insurance Coverage. Right now, insurance companies are able to retroactively cancel your policy when you become sick, if you or your employer made an unintentional mistake on your paperwork.
~ In Los Angeles, a woman undergoing chemotherapy had her coverage cancelled by an insurer who insisted her cancer existed before she bought coverage. She faced more than $129,000 in medical bills and was forced to stop chemotherapy for several months after her insurance was rescinded.3
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Under the regulations, insurers and plans will be prohibited from rescinding coverage – for individuals or groups of people – except in cases involving fraud or an intentional misrepresentation of material facts. Insurers and plans seeking to rescind coverage must provide at least 30 days advance notice to give people time to appeal. There are no exceptions to this policy.
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~ No Lifetime Limits on Coverage. Millions of Americans who suffer from costly medical conditions are in danger of having their health insurance coverage vanish when the costs of their treatment hit lifetime limits set by their insurers and plans. These limits can cause the loss of coverage at the very moment when patients need it most. Over 100 million Americans have health coverage that imposes such lifetime limits.
~ A teenager was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia requiring chemotherapy and a stay in the intensive care unit. He reached his family’s plan’s $1 million lifetime limit in less than a year. His parents had to turn to the public for help when the hospital informed them it needed either $600,000 in certified insurance or a $500,000 deposit to perform the bone marrow transplant he needed.4
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The regulation released today prohibits the use of lifetime limits in all health plans and insurance policies issued or renewed on or after September 23, 2010.
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~ Restricted Annual Dollar Limits on Coverage. Even more aggressive than lifetime limits are annual dollar limits on what an insurance company will pay for health care. Annual dollar limits are less common than lifetime limits, involving 8 percent of large employer plans, 14 percent of small employer plans, and 19 percent of individual market plans. But for people with medical costs that hit these limits, the consequences can be devastating.
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~ One study found that 10 percent of cancer patients reached a limit of what insurance would pay for treatment – and a quarter of families of cancer patients used up all or most of their savings on treatment.5
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The rules will phase out the use of annual dollar limits over the next three years until 2014 when the Affordable Care Act bans them for most plans. Plans issued or renewed beginning September 23, 2010, will be allowed to set annual limits no lower than $750,000. This minimum limit will be raised to $1.25 million beginning September 23, 2011, and to $2 million beginning on September 23, 2012. These limits apply to all employer plans and all new individual market plans. For plans issued or renewed beginning January 1, 2014, all annual dollar limits on coverage of essential health benefits will be prohibited
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Employers and insurers that want to delay complying with these rules will have to win permission from the Federal government by demonstrating that their current annual limits are necessary to prevent a significant loss of coverage or increase in premiums. Limited benefit insurance plans – which are often used by employers to provide benefits to part-time workers — are examples of insurers that might seek this kind of delay. These restricted annual dollar limits apply to all insurance plans except for individual market plans that are grandfathered.
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Protecting Your Choice of Doctors. Being able to choose and keep your doctor is a key principle of the Affordable Care Act, and one that is highly valued by Americans. People who have a regular primary care provider are more than twice as likely to receive recommended preventive care; are less likely to be hospitalized; are more satisfied with the health care system, and have lower costs. Yet, insurance companies don’t always make it easy to see the provider you choose. One survey found that three-fourths of OB-GYNs reported that patients needed to return to their primary care physicians for permission to get follow-up care.
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Read the complete Fact Sheet at the site…
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HealthReform.gov

Truths on Bottled Water

Posted in WAKE UP FYI tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 6:08 am by PCOSLady

TRUTHS ON BOTTLED WATER
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http://southbeachdiet.com/sbd/publicsite/truth-about-bottled-water.aspx?xid=nl_EverydayHealthHealthyLiving_20120608
~ South Beach Diet …
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The Truth About Bottled and Tap Water

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Whether you’re a dedicated bottled water drinker or someone who prefers drinking water straight from the tap, there are a few things you should know about the source of your H20. First of all, just because it’s in a bottle does not necessarily mean that the water comes directly from a natural spring or well; it may actually originate from a public water source — that’s right, some bottled waters are just tap water in disguise. There are also a number of different kinds of bottled waters. Here are six of the most common types:
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6 TYPES OF BOTTLED WATER
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~ Purified water is essentially tap water that has been purified through a distillation, deionization, or reverse-osmosis process. Purified water may also be referred to as demineralized water. Purified water is typically taken from metropolitan water sources, and then put through commercial filters to remove any chlorines, detritus, or other trace elements that should not be in the drinking water.
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~ Well water comes from a well that penetrates through the water table. Well water that is bottled for public consumption is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); however, private drinking water wells are not subject to EPA standards.
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~ Spring water is sourced from a natural spring, where water flows directly from under the earth’s surface.
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~ Mineral water is natural water that comes from a well or spring. It contains dissolved minerals and other trace elements (at least 250 parts per million). While some people believe that mineral water has more health benefits than other types of bottled water, the FDA does not allow a producer to add additional minerals to the water or claim that it provides health benefits.
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~ Sparkling water is spring or well water that contains dissolved carbon dioxide, which makes the water naturally carbonated. Producers can replace the carbon dioxide that was lost during processing but cannot add more carbonation to what was naturally in the water.
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~ Artesian water is a type of well water that is derived from an aquifer — a water-bearing underground layer of rock or sand.
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~ Bottled Versus Tap
In general, safety standards for bottled water and tap water are the same with a few exceptions. For example, because tap water may become contaminated with lead as it travels through pipes, the government limits the amount of lead in tap water to 15 parts per billion, whereas the limit is set below 5 parts per billion for bottled water. Another major difference is that tap water is often fluoridated, but most bottled waters do not contain fluoride or chlorine. On the other hand, recent studies have suggested that certain plastics used in the containers for bottled water may contain potentially harmful chemicals known as phthalates, including Bisphenol A (BPA). If you’re concerned, you may consider purchasing water that has been bottled in glass or in BPA-free plastic.
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WATER YOU DRINK
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Fluoridegate—Why is Poisoning of Children Considered a Valuable Public Health Policy?
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/02/16/fluoridegate-water-fluoridation.aspx?e_cid=20130216_DNL_art_1&utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20130216
~ Dr Mercola … Fluoridegate—Why is Poisoning of Children Considered a Valuable Public Health Policy?
~ Story at-a-glance
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~ Fluoride is a toxic substance that is biologically active in the human body where it accumulates in sensitive tissues over time, wreaks havoc with enzymes and produces a number of serious adverse health effects —including neurological and endocrine dysfunction
~ The film, Fluoridegate, places particular focus on how water fluoridation harms young children, as they tend to suffer the greatest health effects
~ 25 human studies have linked fluoride with lowered IQ in children, including recent research from Harvard, and 100 animal studies linking it to brain damage
~ Water fluoridation came about as the result of a massively successful PR campaign, and was reportedly first suggested as a way to protect aluminum and steel producers from lawsuits against the fluorine pollution coming from their plant
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There are now 25 studies showing fluoride is associated with diminished IQ, even at levels as low as 0.3 to 3 parts per million, which overlaps the range of fluoride added to the water supply in many American communities (0.7 to 1.2 ppm). About 100 animal studies have also linked fluoride to brain damage. Studies have shown fluoride toxicity can lead to the wide-ranging problems listed below.
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SYMPTOMS: Fluoride Toxicity
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Increases lead absorption ~ Disrupts collagen synthesis ~ Hyperactivity and/or lethargy ~ Crippling skeletal fluorosis and bone fractures ~ Genetic damage and cell death ~ Increased tumor and cancer growth ~ Disrupts immune system ~ Inhibits antibody production ~ Brain damage, and lowered IQ ~ Dementia ~ Arthritis ~ Severe eye problems, including blindness ~ Impaired thyroid function ~ Bone cancer (osteosarcoma) ~ Inactivates 62 enzymes ~ Muscle disorders
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May 9, 2012

FYI BITS- Lifestyle Change

Posted in FYI BITS - LIFESTYLE CHANGES tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 2:28 am by PCOSLady

FYI BITS
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PCOS Lady:
Thought best to make a place for factual info and info bits here on lifestyle issues… I come across bytes of interest all the time…
~ Research is ongoing, new findings are uncovered, new linkings of drugs, food, etc… to PCOS are added constantly…
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BMI
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http://www.wdxcyber.com/dxinf001.htm
~ Women’s Health Resource … Obesity with a body mass index (BMI) of over 27 is often present and it represents a central, android obesity (waist to hip ratio of greater than 0.85) in PCOS women.
~ BMI i feel should be checked by a trained person! Who uses the fat pincher thingy…
~ Case in point: My pinched BMI was 25, by my height & weight online it was 35!
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BELLY FAT
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This abdomen fat is called omentum… Omentum is a fold of the tissue lining the abdomen that surrounds the organs. The omentum stores fat extremely easily… That fat feeds your liver with toxins
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SITE: http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?_adv_prop=image&fr=mkg030&va=omentum
~ Omentum images …
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KIDS
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Food Packaging Tied to Metabolic Trouble in Kids
http://www.medpagetoday.com/pediatrics/obesity/41050
~ Med Page Today … Food Packaging Tied to Metabolic Trouble in Kids…
~ Greater urinary concentration of BPA in children, commonly found in food and drink packaging, was significantly associated with higher risk of obesity, as well as greater odds of an abnormal waist circumference.
~ Note that another study found that increased concentration of the plasticizer DEHP in the urine of adolescents was associated with an increased risk for insulin resistance.
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GOOGLE: omentum fat … omentum cancer … how to lose omentum fat … mesentery … anatomy of omentum stomach …
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WAIST MEASUREMENTS
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Proper way to measure is when you suck your tummy in! Per Dr Oz since we do not want to include your tummy muscles at a relaxed state!
~ Ideal measurement is half your height…
~ Women – under 35″
~ Men – under 40″
* Most places measure incorrectly, especially the military branches!
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Dr Oz
http://www.doctoroz.com/episode/best-weight-loss-tricks-your-body-type#cmpid=em020813
~ Dr Oz … The Best Weight-Loss Tricks for Your Body Type … Dr. Oz scoured the country for the very best weight-loss tricks – no diets required! Plus, Paula Deen’s son revamps your favorite Southern recipes. Learn how to cut the fat and calories of your favorite dishes in half without sacrificing flavor.
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GOOGLE:
weight loss tips
weight loss tips for your body type

May 6, 2012

Why Are You So Mean To ME?!?!?!

Posted in BULLYING, STRESS tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 11:44 pm by PCOSLady

Bullies can't hurt you IF they can't get to you!  ~   Let their words, etc... pass by, through, around, over you! ~ You can be almost invisible!

Bullies can’t hurt you IF they can’t get to you! ~ Let their words, etc… pass by, through, around, over you! ~ You can be almost invisible!


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Why Are You So Mean To ME?!?!?!
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PCOS Lady:
Bullying creates several issues in any scenario compounded by stressing out all involved!
~ PCOS is made worse from stress…
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We seem to ask ourselves this question many times… First time may be the 1st clue to abuse… 2nd time might be well into the relationship, questioning ourselves on why, etc… 3rd time may happen after you feel you have done all you can to please them! Yet the scenario is the same or worse…
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MSN Group: Why Are You So Mean To ME?!?!?! (group deleted)
I thank the woman, 30+ year social worker who started and ran this MSN group for abused women for years… We all learned a great deal! Abusers only progressively get worse! Some to the point of killing… Only a select few actually change for the better…
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Abuse of all kinds started from some where, some how, some one…
~ Some say a Narcissistic Personality is the cause…
~ Some say the abuser was conditioned growing up in an abusive family…
~ Some say the abuser was a black sheep in the family…
~ Some say the abuser was insecure…
~ Etc…
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Bullying laws have been passed in many states, school teachers in some states are legally obligated to report abuse and bullying to the law…
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“YOU” the public can change your neighborhoods, etc… by turning in the abuse, abusers, gang activity, etc… you witness in anonymously!
~ Gang activity now falls under Homeland Security laws…
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I found this fantastic site from the UK loaded with highly informative information covering numerous topics… I posted a section here to show the wide variety of topics covered…
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http://www.bullyonline.org/related/stalking.htm#Links
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Violence, rage, abuse, discrimination and issues related to bullying
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~ Bullying by neighbors
~ Bullying by landlords
~ Bullying by the church
~ Bullying and cults
~ Bullying and prisons
~ Bullying and whistleblowing
~ Bullying and stammering
~ Bullying and age discrimination
~ Bullying and long hours
~ Bullying and minorities
~ Bullying of gays and lesbians
~ Transsexuals and bullying
~ Bullying and disfigurement
~ Bullying and adoption
~ Bullying and eating disorders
~ Bullying and racism
~ Bullying because you’re seen as overweight or fat
~ The cost of drugs and alcohol at work
~ Corporate bullying and fad-speak
~ Working from home ~ Management consultants
~ Bullying and business ethics
~ Toxic management
~ Bullying and fat cats
~ Bullying and call centres
~ Bullying and snooping
~ Cyberbullying, emails and the Internet
~ Abusive telephone calls
~ Bullying and mobile phones
~ Health and safety
~ The welfare officer
~ Domestic violence
~ A serial bully in the family
~ Female violence
~ Bullying and anger
~ Road rage, office rage
~ Verbal violence
~ Violence
~ Gun violence
~ Spree killings
~ Bullying and abuse
~ Sexual abuse
~ Drug rape
~ Stalking
~ Bullying in the movies
~ Trauma and the paranormal
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