Friday, September 5, 2008

Flame Retardant Chemicals Found in Children

A new study shows polybrominated diphenylethers (PBDEs), flame retardant chemicals found in most household products, accumulate in children's blood and tissue at rates three times higher than their mothers in the same household..... to find out more go to EmaxHealth, where I have written a report about PBDEs and why we should care.

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Rural Nurse Diagnoses and Treats His Own Heart Attack

Here is a remarkable feel good story as reported in the letters section of The New England Journal of Medicine.  A 44 year old male n...