Why autism may affect 5x as many boys as girls

In 2014 the Centers for Disease Control reported that boys were almost 5 times (1 in 42 boys versus 1 in 189 girls) more susceptible to autism spectrum disorder than girls. According to Cambridge University researcher Simon Baron-Cohen, medical science has known since the 1940s that a high level of the male hormone known as testosterone during a critical period of natal development (between 9 and 24 weeks of gestation) is responsible for masculinizing the brain and body. Building on the prior research of Dr. Jill James, Dr. Mark Geier and his son David found that mercury raises testosterone levels and dramatically reduces the master antioxidant known as glutathione. The Geiers were quite aware that autism patients are known to have significantly lower levels of glutathione, and that even a small amount of testosterone greatly enhances the destructive power of mercury.

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5G wireless technology ups the health risks linked to EMFs

“Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!”
-Admiral David Farragut during the Battle of Mobile Bay

Telecommunications firms — with the blessing and support of their regulatory overseers — are rapidly preparing to roll out the next generation of mobile network technology known as 5G in test markets later this year, and in the first commercial applications in 2020.

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How Toxic Fluoride Became the Dentist’s Best Friend

“Fluoridation is the greatest case of scientific fraud of this century.”
– Robert Carlton, Ph.D, former EPA scientist, 1992

If you ask the average person on the street why fluoride is added to municipal water supplies and many brands of toothpaste, it’s very likely that most respondents will say that it’s to prevent tooth decay. If you inquire further and ask whether there have been any safety studies that support fluoride’s role as a cavity-fighter, chances are that they’ll simply shrug their shoulders in silence.

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Do I need organic sulfur if I eat lots of sulfur vegetables?

Reader asks, I regularly prepare many of my main meals using vegetables from the brassica family (e.g., broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and kale) which I accent and flavor by adding garlic, onions, or mustard. Given the nature of my diet, shouldn’t I be getting enough sulfur from what I’m eating? Why would I need to take organic sulfur?

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Does taking organic sulfur cause bone loss?

A customer recently asked whether taking MSM (organic sulfur) can lead to bone loss. Below is my written response to her inquiry.Bone loss diagram

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Observe, Document, and Take Action!

It seems hard to believe that this composite photo that I created above depicts hiking areas located in the same state park in southern Nevada known as the Valley of Fire whose main difference is that they were taken during different time periods. Sourced from the state park’s website, the modern-day photograph shown on the far left side is characterized by a pale blue sky accented by a few white streaks. Compare and contrast that image with my photograph that I shot during a personal visit to the park in 1981.

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Can taking Organic Sulfur help with arthritis?

Reader says, I am 68 years old and suffer from arthritis in my knees, hips and joints that make it very difficult for me to stand up or walk without assistance. None of the remedies that my doctors have given me have signifcantly lessened my pain or discomfort. Can taking organic sulfur help me recover?

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