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Age of Autism Weekly Wrap: Take Me To Your Protocol

By Dan Olmsted I am not a chi square guy. I'm an English major. I am in no position to evaluate the techniques used to calibrate the autism rate in black males, or anybody else, before or after the MMR...

Dachel Media Update: Silence of the Man....

By Anne Dachel Read Anne's commentary and view the links after the jump. The Dachel Media Update is sponsored by Lee Silsby Compounding Pharmacy and their OurKidsASD brand. The mainstream media has ignored the whistleblower story all week. These are...

The Affordable Care Act supports patient-centered medical homes in health centers

Obama administration awards over $35 million to support facility improvements in 147 health centers nationwide to deliver better coordinated care Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell today announced $35.7 million inShow More Summary

DNA Test Leads to Improved Diagnosis of Rare Diseases Linked to Childhood Blindness

Each year, between 20,000 and 40,000 children worldwide are born with congenital cataracts, a disease that clouds the lens of the eye and often requires surgery and treatment to prevent blindness. The disease can arise following a maternal infection or be inherited as an isolated abnormality. Congenital cataracts can also appear as a symptom of […]

Single Pill Regimen for the Treatment of HIV-1 Receives FDA Approval

HIV infects specific cells of the immune system, called CD4 cells or T-cells. Over time, HIV can destroy so many of these cells that the body cannot fight off infections and disease. When this happens, HIV infection leads to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) which is the final stage of HIV infection. There is no cure […]

The Ice Bucket Challenge

Well, it finally happened.  This week my wife, Caryn, squealed with delight as she watched our mutual friend’s video calling me out in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. I was standing in a warm shower on a cold and rainy morning thinking of my first cup of hot coffee and a fresh-from-the-dryer cozy towel when [...]

Milestone Reached in Early Phase Clinical Research for Diabetes

Diabetes is rapidly becoming a public health crisis, but Profil Institute for Clinical Research, Inc. has made a significant contribution to our understanding of this disease. An early phase clinical research organization focused onShow More Summary

Disclosure: How to Deal With the Micromanagers in Your Life

You came out, now they can't stop harping on you about your health. Here's how to handle that. read more

Around the Diabetes Blogosphere – August 2014 Edition

We are winding down the summer months and making way for Fall… and there have been so many great posts this past month. Here’s our monthly snapshot of a selection that we found particularly noteworthy (in no particular order):  … The post Around the Diabetes Blogosphere – August 2014 Edition appeared first on DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog.

Dr. Andrew Wakefield Discusses CDC Vaccine Fraud

By Anne Dachel Members of the media don't seem to care that many in the autism community consider them to be mere stooges of health officials who themselves have a vast web of ties to the pharmaceutical industry. But there...

Sharyl Attkisson: CDC Responds to Allegation it Omitted Vaccine-Autism Study Link

We have excerpted this from Sharyl Attkisson's site - a daily must-read. By Sharyl Attkisson The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is responding to a charge from one of its own senior scientists that it omitted key data...

Action Alert: Ask Dr. Thompson to Remove Name from Pediatrics Study

From Autism Action Network: Click HERE to go to the easy to use Action Alert Please ask Dr. Thompson to remove his name from tainted CDC MMR/Autism paper Thompson's statement yesterday confirmed alteration of paper William Thompson, Ph. D., a...

Action Alert: Ask Dr. Thompson to Go Public on CDC Vaccine Fraud

From Autism Action Network: We have sent more than 1000 messages to CDC scientist William Thompson in the last two days. We need to keep up the pressure. Please click on this Take Action link to send an email message...

Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Luna Luis Ortiz

He got HIV as a teenager, but today Luna Luis Ortiz is the "father" of New York's famed House of Khan. read more

Mental Health & HIV: What You Should Know

Will you still love me even when you discover my truth? As someone who has been living with HIV since 2007 and was recently diagnosed as having bi-polar disorder, I understand what it’s like to operate from an emotional deficit. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 4 people will experience...

WATCH: Activist Ai Weiwei Looks at Fellow Chinese Dissident's Life with AIDS

“I’m not all that important. Death is an honor. I mean, living is an honor. How should I put it? A great life and an honorable death.”~Liu Ximei in the documentary, Stay Home read more

Amazing HIV+ Gay Men: Hussain Turk

He’s gay, HIV-positive, and Muslim, but Hussain Turk he doesn’t think of himself as an underdog. And why should he? read more

Our Story So Far: Both MMR & Mercury-Laced Vaccines Cause Autism

By Dan Olmsted Quite a week, I think you’d have to agree. William Thompson, the whistleblower first heard on a taped phone call with Brian Hooker last week, has now come forward, confirming his role in covering up evidence that...

A Different Kind of School Issue

On the 6th day of school my son's emotions overflowed and spilled out. It started out innocently enough. He came home from school talking about his homework. He was trying to explain something about having to read sight words, but the teacher said they couldn't turn it in tomorrow, but he already knew the words. Show More Summary

Amazing Advocates: What Happened to Camp Ivy?

A beloved diabetes camp for kids in Georgia has been around for 37 years, founded by a woman who was diagnosed with type 1 as a girl almost seven decades ago. They call it Camp Ivy, named in honor of… The post Amazing Advocates: What Happened to Camp Ivy? appeared first on DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog.

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