Category Archives: Oxygen Models of Diseases.

Will The New York Times Eat Crow About Its Cholesterol Deceptions?

Majid Ali, M.D. An Article of Eating Crow Series For how many decades has The New York Times Published promoting the sordid cholesterol theory of heart disease? How many thousands of cholesterol articles did the Times publish in these years to support the marketing claims of cholesterol drug makers? How difficult it would have been for its medical watchdog journalists

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Top Seven Natural Remedies for Neuropathy

Majid Ali, M.D. The term neuropathy refers to irritation of nerves. The common symptoms (usually first appearing in feet, legs, and hands) include burning, tingling, numbness, throbbing, pulsating, and pain. Causes of Neuropathy In my experience the common causes of neuropathy are: * Insulin toxicity (hyperinsulinism, the most common) * Mycotoxicosis (mold toxins) associated with mold allergy, mold toxins in

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Women Drugged for Their Sensibility and Sensitivities

Majid Ali, M.D. It is more difficult to be a woman than being a man. This is a personal opinion, take it or leave it. This is man’s world. Who has not heard these words? Now to the subject of women’s sensibility and sensitivities and how they are drugged for them. Consider this: * One in four, possibly more, women in the

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Top Seven Natural Remedies for Shoulder Pain

Majid Ali, M.D. Shoulder pain should never be ignored. Except in cases of fractures, painful conditions of shoulder can be expediently cleared with natural remedies. When neglected, many cases of painful shoulders proceed to frozen shoulder state which can be intractable for months, even years. Following are my seven most preferred natural remedies for controlling shoulder pain and healing the injured

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Disabling Fatigue and the New York Times Lapdog Jane

Majid Ali, M.D. An Article of Eating Crow Series People with persistent and disabling fatigue continue to live severely diminished lives, decades after decades. The lapdog Joes and Janes of The New York Times continue to promote drugs for it. Please read this article completely to see if I am being unethical in my comments. Disabling Fatigue Circa 1994 In

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