Iron deficiency anemia does exist, contrary to some "experts."
However, there are VARIOUS other types of anemia too, most of them associated with the Fourth Period of the Periodic Table of the Elements.
Is calcium in red blood cells? Yes.
Is titanium in red blood cells? Yes.
Is vanadium ... Read More
Mesmerism has much in common with the "pseudoscience" of Applied Kinesiology (AK).
If AK is really "pseudoscience," why do law enforcement agencies and armed forces all over the world use it to disable and apprehend suspects?
What say you, Wikipedia, you biased online piece of medical propagan... Read More
James Esdaile (Mesmerism in India, and Its Practical Application in Surgery and Medicine, 1903) wrote ...
"In considering a subject so new and wonderful, it will be necessary to clear away many thorns and thistles which have grown up in the mental soil, exhausting its strength, and unfitting it f... Read More
Copper is easily obtainable QUANTITATIVELY, but not so much QUALITATIVELY.
For example, according to A.E. Cass and H.A. Hill (1980), not even counting copper enzymes ...
Copper proteins "in Group I contain a single copper ion in an approximately tetrahedral environment with nitrogen and sulphu... Read More
Re: How can you tell if a plant is deprived of copper?
Muhammad Shahbaz, Karl Ravet, Graham Peers, & Marinus Pilon ("Prioritization of copper for the use in photosynthetic electron transport in developing leaves of hybrid poplar," Frontiers in Plant Science, Jun. 3, 2015) wrote ...
"Copper (Cu... Read More