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Over 40? Then you’re probably NOT getting enough of this desperately needed life-giving substance! Here’s what to do about it…

The following two letters really touched us. In fact, one of them nearly moved us to tears. In addition to being truly remarkable testimonials, they make for a poignant and powerful way to introduce the important thesis of this Special Report,viz., It is our con­sidered opinion that oxygen deficiency plays a significant, fundamental role in a wide range of chronic diseases and conditions of ill-health.

We will give you enough “off the beaten path” informa­tion here that you will understand why we say this. Plus, we’ll tell you about a cutting-edge product we use personally which we think has the potential to provide dramatic, posi­tive changes in the lives of many whose health has suffered as a result of oxygen deficiency. First, though, read these heartfelt accounts…

“My husband has suffered with asthma so severe that it was classified as “life-threatening”—the most dreaded category in which to land. He was totally steroid dependent in order to control it. We lived in an area of North Carolina that was full of industrial pollution, and the problem was further ag­gravated by massive amounts of pollens of all kinds drifting in from the Blue Ridge Parkway.

“One night, ten years ago, without any prior deteriora­tion, he suddenly woke up in a severe asthma attack. From that time on it was inhalers every single day, constant doses of P******* [Brand of drug commonly used by asthmatics –Ed.],steroids, racing trips to the emergency room, and the constant warnings from doctors that he could be dead from an asthma attack within 2 hours. He not only took his inhaler everywhere he went and used it constantly, but he also slept with his inhaler in the middle of our bed—it was his lifeline. In desperation, after every medical avenue had been pursued closer to home, we finally…


To read this Special Report in its entirety, please click here…to read about Oxy-Vital-O.

Deadly ‘MDR Superbugs’ Invade U.S. Health Care Facilities

USA TODAY recently ran an article, “Deadly ‘superbugs’ invade U.S. health care facilities“.  The article is not only timely but was well-researched and did a good job of putting multi-drug resistant micro-organisms (“MDR Superbugs”) back into the spotlight; at least, for the moment.  Of course, readers of the Bio/Tech News have known about this potential threat for years now.  But to the extent USA TODAY has contributed to the effort to raise the general awareness about this real and growing threat, we applaud them.


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.


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