Avandia Users Have a 60% Higher Rate of Heart Failure

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60% HIGHER rate of heart failure. In case you don't fully grasp that... heart failure is bad. It usually leads to rather permanent death. Sorry to be so factious... but this is just amazing to me! So called "health care professionals" giving patients a drug that increases heart failure by 60%! This is criminal! Avandia Study Shows 60 Percent Increase in Heart Failure Risk Among Diabetics who Take the Drug "(NaturalNews) Seniors who take the popular Type 2 diabetes drug Avandia have a 60 percent higher risk of heart failure than patients who take other diabetes medications, according to a new data analysis conducted by the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Science in Toronto and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. 'Our study suggests that at least in…
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Traditional Naturopath Podcast #46

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The Traditional Naturopath Podcast - 46 - (07/12/08) Click on the "Play" button (the triangle pointing to the right) below to play it as Streaming Audio. Your browser does not support the audio element. Download MP3 (Right-Click on the Link Above and Save) Show Notes: The FDA is petitioned to ban Vitamin B6! The FDA is forced to acknowledge that metal fillings in teeth are unsafe! And, the FDA has finally "folded" on Stevia - exciting news!
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Truvia: Has the FDA “Folded” on the Use of Stevia?

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The FDA and the sugar and artificial sweetener lobbies have fought hard to keep us from using and being able to buy stevia. Now, they have approved a Cargill product for general use! Wow! Cargill's "Truvia" went on sale yesterday in New York, is available on-line, and their site says it will be generally available in the Fall of 2008! This looks promising! Truvia is a combination of stevia and erythritol, another sweetener derived from natural sources. Erythritol is produced by a natural process, and is also found in fruits like grapes and pears. Cargill is billing their product as "Nature's Perfect Sweetness." Having watched the battle over stevia use, and having used it myself for a very long time, I am looking forward to general availability of a nature…
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