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Recently, a couple of federal budget analysts from Washington, D.C., wondered about the profits in pharmaceutical drugs and came up with some interesting figures. Turns out that to purchase the active ingredients for many drugs is often pennies, while a… [read]
Just say the words gonads, testosterone or any of the unprintable slang associated with testicles, sex, and male virility and you’ll get a laugh or at least amused looks. Now, say those words again, but in a context that says,… [read]
Doc’s Eye Bright formula is a must for every “medicine” chest. Eye infections are dangerous. Though pinkeye is usually a viral infection, secondary bacterial infections are common and they can eat right through eye tissue in a matter of hours.… [read]
The tester for Doc Shillington’s Tooth and Gum Formula is a middle age woman who has suffered from severe and persistent gum disease for many years. Her gums had seriously receded. After four weeks of using Doc’s Tooth and Gum… [read]
There’s something really disturbing to me about dowsing my skin or my children’s skin with a bunch of chemicals that I can’t even pronounce. I prefer natural skincare products. But these days the words “all natural” and “from nature” on… [read]
An Inconvenient Truth about a Convenient Technology
Once upon a time there was a little girl on a playground who noticed gray smoke pouring out of the windows at a school across the street.
“Fire!” the little girl shouted.