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Portable Hyperbaric Chambers | Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber | Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Portable Hyperbaric Chambers | Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber | Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy | Resources for Medical professionals | Scoop.it
OxyHealth LLC is the leader of portable hyperbaric chambers. Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber with impeccable safety record. Umatched quality for OxyHealth's portable hyperbaric chamber with easy installation with little or no downtime. Call 877.789.0123 Toll Free.
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Autism support still not good enough, warns Cambridge University expert Prof Simon Baron-Cohen

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An expert from Cambridge University has said he is underwhelmed by the Government’s efforts to improve support for people with autism.
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Autism may have many 'lost girls' › News in Science (ABC Science)

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Autism may be under-diagnosed in girls because they are not as hyperactive as boys, say Australian researchers.
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India: Pediatrician predicts Bill Gates and the WHO will kill 3,125 babies with their 5-in-1 vaccine

India: Pediatrician predicts Bill Gates and the WHO will kill 3,125 babies with their 5-in-1 vaccine | Resources for Medical professionals | Scoop.it

The head of pediatrics at St Stephens Hospital in New Delhi has blasted the World Health Organization and Bill Gates’ GAVI vaccine partnership for pushing a deadly vaccine program on India. The pentavalent vaccine has already killed at least 40 babies in India, Pakistan, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Bhutan.

 

Jacob Puliyel writing in the  Indian Journal of Medical Ethics states“3125 children will die from vaccine adverse effects.” 


The vaccine program has been suspended in Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Pakistan after deaths and adverse reactions...


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, July 29, 2013 4:18 PM

3125 children killed, while the wholesale vaccination of kids is expected to save the lives of some 700 children. Doesn't quite seem the way to go, does it?

You can find the published paper of Jacob Puliyel here:

http://ijme.in/pdfs/213ed142.pdf

 

Dorothy M Neddermeyer, PhD's curator insight, July 31, 2013 1:46 AM

AND that is their plan--it is called legal genocide. 

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Pediatrician sentenced and arrested again, Wednesday - Hamilton Spectator

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Pediatrician sentenced and arrested again, Wednesday
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A Hamilton pediatrician convicted of sexually assaulting a teen boy has been sentenced to eight months in jail and arrested on new charges.
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NIH to reduce significantly the use of chimpanzees in research

NIH to reduce significantly the use of chimpanzees in research | Resources for Medical professionals | Scoop.it
Most NIH-owned and supported chimpanzees to be retired
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It’s a Smart, Smart World Out There: Humans Are Smart And They Are Getting Smarter

It’s a Smart, Smart World Out There: Humans Are Smart And They Are Getting Smarter | Resources for Medical professionals | Scoop.it

No wonder you loyal readers have such high I.Q.’s. The “Flynn Effect” explains it all. The average American in the year 1900 had an I.Q. that by today’s standards would measure about 67. Since the traditional definition of mental retardation was an I.Q. of less than 70, that leads to the remarkable conclusion that a majority of Americans a century ago would count today as intellectually disabled.

The trend of rising intelligence is known as the “Flynn Effect,” named for James R. Flynn, the New Zealand scholar who pioneered this area of research. Countless other scholars worldwide have replicated his findings, and it is now accepted science — although there is still disagreement about its causes and significance.

The average American I.Q. has been rising steadily by 3 points a decade. Spaniards gained 19 points over 28 years, and the Dutch 20 points over 30 years. Kenyan children gained nearly 1 point a year. Those figures come from a new book by Flynn from Cambridge University Press called “Are We Getting Smarter?” It’s an uplifting tale, a reminder that human capacity is on the upswing. The implication is that there are potential Einsteins now working as subsistence farmers in Congo or dropping out of high school in Mississippi who, with help, could become actual Einsteins.

The Flynn Effect should upend some of the smugness among those who have historically done well in global I.Q. standings. For example, while there is still a race gap, black Americans are catching up — and now do significantly better than white Americans of the “greatest generation” did in the 1940s.

None of this means that people today are born smarter. While I.Q. measures something to do with mental acuity, it’s a rubbery and imperfect metric. It’s heavily shaped by environment — potential is diminished when children suffer from parasites or lead in air pollution. As a result, the removal of lead from gasoline may have added 6 points to the I.Q. of American children, according to Dr. Philip Landrigan, a pediatrician and epidemiologist at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.


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What Lies at The Root of Digital Marketing Deficiency of Life Science Industry?

Life Science digital agency is the new phenomenon in the Internet.
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CGUEZOU's curator insight, March 10, 2014 4:20 AM

Et si l'innovation ne s'arrêtait pas au produit...L'innovation doit aussi se retrouver dans la façon d'en parler

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Molecular switch targeted in malaria mosquitoes

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Understanding the interaction between a male hormone and female protein in Anopheles mosquitoes offers hope for malaria control, say researchers from the US and Italy.
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What the ‘Love Hormone’ Has to Do With Autism | TIME.com

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The latest findings hint at why autistic children are more interested in objects and ideas than they are in other people. And that insight could lead to new treatments.
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Child in Mind: Should pediatrics and child psychiatry marry for the ...

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There is an interesting exchange of letters in the current issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry between a prominent pediatrician and two psychiatrists regarding an article that ...
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Austin Pediatrician Dr. Marta Katalenas Shares Information on Effective Insect Repellent Ingredients and Provides Tips for Safe Application

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From BioPortfolio: The American Academy of Pediatrics exposes the four most common ingredients found within US insect repellents and Dr. Marta Katalenas shares tips for applying r...
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What Do Cigarettes, Sugar and Vaccines Have in Common?

What Do Cigarettes, Sugar and Vaccines Have in Common? | Resources for Medical professionals | Scoop.it

In 1958 the Center for Disease Control (undoubtedly influenced by Big Tobacco) announced:                

 

“Smoking does not cause lung cancer” In the 1970’s, the Sugar Industry began its well-funded PR campaign to shift public opinion...

 

The spin doctors who cleverly created the misperceptions regarding the health perils of smoking and sugar are busy at work confusing the heck out of parents and pediatricians regarding whether vaccines are safe or not.  


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, May 1, 2013 1:40 PM

Three powerful industry forces. The tabacco industry, the sugar industry and the vaccine industry. All of them doing their best to convince us their products are "safe". Of course they do, their sales depend on our perception of safety...