All In Your Head?

Breakthrough in NeuroScience Offers You Hope for a Multitude of Brain Diseases and Neurological Disorders–Without Drugs and Without Side-Effects!
Our aim in this Special Report (click here) is to give you two things to take away with you: 1) a basic understanding of what we call “Neurotransmitter Disease” and how it is that it presents with so many apparently diverse and varied symptoms (see below); and, 2) an understanding of how, in many cases, it might be possible for you or a loved one to secure a simple, non-drug solution to this widespread, increasingly common problem.


Surviving a Hospital Stay

When it comes to the matter of Hospital-acquired Infections (HAIs) the situation here in the US is becoming dangerous enough that you really don’t want to spend time in a hospital if there’s any way to avoid it.  To get a feel for how serious the situation has become, see the section “Death By Medicine” in our recent Special Report, “Superbugs: the Coming Deadly Global Pandemic”, which is posted on this website for your convenience.

The Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths (RID) has published a brief and helpful article, “15 Steps You Can Take to Reduce Your Risk of a Hospital Infection”.  RID is chaired by former Lt. Governor of New York, Dr. Betsy McCaughey.  Dr. McCaughey has been a strong patient advocate since 2004 and has been very effective in raising public awareness of the problem of Hospital-acquired Infections.  We encourage you to visit RID’s website for more information:


DEPRESSION? — All-Natural, Non-Drug, NeuroScience Breakthrough Offers You Real Hope!

A recent study by the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics reported that antidepressant use in the United States has skyrocketed over recent years, increasing nearly 400% between 2005-2008 alone.  The study went on to report that antidepressants are the most frequently used prescription drug taken by Americans between the ages of 18-44; that more than one in ten Americans over the age of 12 takes an antidepressant for depression; and, that almost one in every four women between the ages of 40-59 takes antidepressants.  What’s more, over 60% of Americans taking antidepressant medication have been taking it longer than 2 years and about 14% of Americans taking antidepressant medication have done so for 10 years or longer.

Given the above, and unless things change, there’s no reason to assume we’ll see a decline in the number of Americans taking these medications.  It appears that antidepressants are here to stay.  This is not only disturbing, it’s depressing.

But wait!  There is a better way.  We’re not thinking here about techniques, or methods, or therapies, although many of them are helpful.  We’re thinking about a strikingly-simple solution to what can at times seem to be a complex, insurmountable and overwhelming problem.  In a nutshell, we’re going to tell you about a real breakthrough: a non-drug, alternative approach to Depression which can offer you some real hope.  So, take heart.  And, read on

Whistling Past the Graveyard… Multi-Drug Resistant Pathogens

About twenty years ago, in the early 1990s, we wrote a Special Report concerning the emergence of Multi-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis.  Since then, we have continued to keep a wary eye on developments within the burgeoning, and now, quite frankly, scary realm of Multi-Drug Resistant pathogens (which we have nicknamed “MDR Superbugs“).  A couple of years ago, we published a confidential Special Report (“Superbugs: The Coming Deadly Global Pandemic”) which was sent to our paid subscribers.  The alarm we sounded in that Report was the result of months and months of research, and thoughtful reflection over the years.

Since then, we have concluded that it would be a good idea to make our findings, opinion, speculation and recommendations accessible to a wider reading audience, and this information can now be found on our blog, MDR Superbugs.  We encourage you—no, we urge you—to read the current post there (“Whistling Past the Graveyard”) where we interact with the recently released report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), “Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States, 2013”.  The CDC report claims to be “a snapshot of the complex problem of antibiotic resistance today and the potentially catastrophic consequences of inaction”.  In a nutshell, we think the CDC’s report has been way too long in coming, the warning and the sense of urgency are far too weak and, in the end, the effort may turn out to be too little, too late.  Click here to read this urgent post: Whistling Past the Graveyard