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Russian Scientists Find New Way to Use Silicon Nanoparticles in Fight Against Cancer

Russian Scientists Find New Way to Use Silicon Nanoparticles in Fight Against Cancer
The method is touted as a significant step forward toward the creation of effective non-invasive procedures in the discovery and treatment of cancer.

Russian scientists from Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, G.G. Devyatykh Institute of Chemistry of High-Purity Substances of the Russian Academy together with their European colleagues have come up with a unique way of using silicon nanoparticles for diagnostics purposes great for oncological treatment.

When coated with a special type of polymer, such as polyethylene glycol, silicon nanoparticles can be injected into a patient. There, they freely circulate inside the bloodstream, accumulating in a potential tumour area, sometimes with the help of special subcellular organ-selective 'address molecules' which similarly accumulate around the cancerous area.

After latching on to their target, the nanoparticles can then be detected from outside the body optically, for example, by using fluorescent light. They can also be equipped to transport medicines such as radionuclides to the affected area to help eliminate the tumorous growth.

The particles are perfectly safe, thanks to their compatibility with the human immune system and ability to biodegrade inside the body once their mission is complete.

However, the existing detection methods are not perfect, with scientists unable to precisely locate them when they are lodged in tissue, for example.

But now, Dr Andrei Kabashin, scientific director of the Institute of Engineering Physics for Biomedicine at the MEPhI National Research Nuclear University, says he and his colleagues from other Russian universities, and researchers from France, Ukraine, Switzerland, and the Czech Republic, have come up with a unique solution to the imaging problem.

"Such nanoparticles can have a powerful nonlinear response under optical excitation, specifically, through the simultaneous generation of frequency doubling, as well as two-photon tumescence. The generation of signals caused by these two effects is directly proportional to the size of the silicon nanoparticles," Dr Kabashin explained.

Put another way, when acted upon using the above tools, the frequency-sensitive nanoparticles can be spotted in their hiding places within a patient's tissue, and precisely mapped in three dimensions.

According to Dr Kabashin, the new detection method makes it possible for scientists to "reconsider the problem of bio-imaging for one of the most promising nanomaterials." Pending further study, this innovative new method could aid the existing therapeutic functionality of silicon nanoparticles in the fight against cancer.
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It’s in your blood: New Alzheimer’s test lets doctors detect dementia in ‘under 1 hour’

It’s in your blood: New Alzheimer’s test lets doctors detect dementia in ‘under 1 hour’
A team of scientists claim to have developed the world’s first blood test that can detect Alzheimer’s disease. The pioneering method may prove vital in dealing with the impending dementia crisis the world could face this century.

The Amplified Plasmonic Exosome (Apex) system was developed by researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and analyzes specific proteins in blood samples, catching the disease earlier than ever before.

The current preferred methods to diagnose dementia (of which Alzheimer’s makes up some 50-70 percent of cases) are a neuropsychological test, spinal fluid sampling and brain Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging, all of which are more expensive, invasive or time-consuming than the Apex system.

The current design of the Apex system can test 60 samples simultaneously, with results “available in less than one hour.” It is expected to come online in general medicine within the next five years and currently costs SGD$60 (USD$44) to administer.

At present there are roughly 50 million dementia patients worldwide but that is estimated to balloon up to 152 million by 2050, marking one of the most significant impending health crises humans face as a species. This new technology could drastically improve early detection and treatment which is critical to disease management and mitigation of symptoms.

It could also be “easily scaled up” for large-scale clinical tests and helping find the right treatment, according to research leader Shao Huilin of the NUS Institute for Health Innovation & Technology.
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Environmental NGO finds Monsanto chemical in Cheerios and other foods marketed to children
The Environmental Working Group has released findings of research showing “troubling levels of glyphosate, the cancer-causing ingredient in the herbicide Roundup” in food products including children’s breakfast cereals.

The Washington, DC-based advocacy group said in a statement released June 12 that the chemical, was detected “in all 21 oat-based cereal and snack products sampled in a new round of testing.”

Furthermore, all of the products but four were found to contain levels higher than EWG’s safety threshold for child consumption, which is 160 parts per billion (ppb). The products “Cheerios” and “Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch” were found with the highest glyphosate levels with 729 ppb and 833 ppb respectively. The findings follow two previous research studies conducted with independent labs conducted last year.

Monsanto, the maker of Roundup, was acquired by the German agro-chemical giant Bayer in 2018.

“The glyphosate levels in this report are far below the strict limits established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to protect human health,” a Bayer spokesman told RT when contacted for comment. “Even at the highest level reported by the EWG (833 ppb), an adult would have to eat 158 pounds of the oat-based food every day for the rest of their life to reach the strict limits set by the EPA.”

Although the EPA does not consider glyphosate carcinogenic, organizations including the World Health Organization, International Agency for Research on Cancer, and California’s Environmental Health Hazard Assessment have disagreed. Serious doubts have also been cast on the EPA’s neutrality regarding glyphosate, with critics accusing the agency of colluding with Bayer to pass off the chemical as safe.

A petition from the EWG to the EPA calls on the agency to reinstate the `1993 standard for glyphosate presence in oats, far more restrictive than the current one.

“But it could take years for EPA to act, and the agency has been caught colluding with Monsanto to promote the claim that the chemical is safe,” wrote doctors Olga Naidenko and Alexis Temkin of the CWG.

The Bayer spokesperson questioned the credibility of EWG, claiming the group has “a long history of spreading misinformation about pesticide residues.”

Bayer is currently fighting off a series of high-profile lawsuits alleging that Roundup is responsible for cancer. Last month, a jury in California ordered the company to pay over $2 billion to a couple from Oakland who contracted non-Hodgkins lymphoma after using the glyphosate-containing pesticide on their property for decades.

Herbicidal properties of glyphosate were discovered by one of Monsanto’s chemists, John E. Franz, in 1970. Monsanto held exclusive rights to market glyphosate until 2000, when its patent expired. The chemical is used on oats before harvest, to kill and dry the crop in order for it be harvested sooner. It is also used on genetically modified corn and soybeans.
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Broccoli Sprout Compound for Schizophrenia
TEHRAN (FNA)- In a series of recently published studies using animals and people, researchers say they have further characterized a set of chemical imbalances in the brains of people with schizophrenia related to the chemical glutamate. And they figured out how to tweak the level using a compound derived from broccoli sprouts.

In a series of recently published studies using animals and people, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have further characterized a set of chemical imbalances in the brains of people with schizophrenia related to the chemical glutamate. And they figured out how to tweak the level using a compound derived from broccoli sprouts.

They say the results advance the hope that supplementing with broccoli sprout extract, which contains high levels of the chemical sulforaphane, may someday provide a way to lower the doses of traditional antipsychotic medicines needed to manage schizophrenia symptoms, thus reducing unwanted side effects of the medicines.

"It's possible that future studies could show sulforaphane to be a safe supplement to give people at risk of developing schizophrenia as a way to prevent, delay or blunt the onset of symptoms," adds Akira Sawa, M.D., Ph.D., professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and director of the Johns Hopkins Schizophrenia Center.

Schizophrenia is marked by hallucinations, delusions and disordered thinking, feeling, behavior, perception and speaking. Drugs used to treat schizophrenia don't work completely for everyone, and they can cause a variety of undesirable side effects, including metabolic problems increasing cardiovascular risk, involuntary movements, restlessness, stiffness and "the shakes."

In a study described in the Jan. 9 edition of the journal JAMA Psychiatry, the researchers looked for differences in brain metabolism between people with schizophrenia and healthy controls. They recruited 81 people from the Johns Hopkins Schizophrenia Center within 24 months of their first psychosis episode, which can be a characteristic symptom of schizophrenia, as well as 91 healthy controls from the community. The participants were an average of 22 years old, and 58% were men.

The researchers used a powerful magnet to measure and compare five regions in the brain between the people with and without psychosis. A computer analysis of 7-Tesla magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) data identified individual chemical metabolites and their quantities.

The researchers found on average 4% significantly lower levels of the brain chemical glutamate in the anterior cingulate cortex region of the brain in people with psychosis compared to healthy people.

Glutamate is known for its role in sending messages between brain cells, and has been linked to depression and schizophrenia, so these findings added to evidence that glutamate levels have a role in schizophrenia.

Additionally, the researchers found a significant reduction of 3% of the chemical glutathione in the brain's anterior cingulate cortex and 8% in the thalamus. Glutathione is made of three smaller molecules, and one of them is glutamate.

Next, the researchers asked how glutamate might be managed in the brain and whether that management is faulty in disease. They first looked at how it's stored. Because glutamate is a building block of glutathione, the researchers wondered if the brain might use glutathione as a way to store extra glutamate. And if so, the researchers questioned if they could use known drugs to shift this balance to either release glutamate from storage when there isn't enough, or send it into storage if there is too much.

In another study, described in the Feb. 12 issue of the journal PNAS, the team used the drug L-Buthionine sulfoximine in rat brain cells to block an enzyme that turns glutamate into glutathione, allowing it to be used up. The researchers found that theses nerves were more excited and fired faster, which means they were sending more messages to other brain cells. The researchers say shifting the balance this way is akin to shifting the brain cells to a pattern similar to one found in the brains of people with schizophrenia. Next, the researchers wanted to see if they could do the opposite and shift the balance to get more glutamate stored in the form of glutathione. They used the chemical sulforaphane found in broccoli sprouts, which is known to turn on a gene that makes more of the enzyme that sticks glutamate with another molecule to make glutathione. When they treated rat brain cells with glutathione, it slowed the speed at which the nerve cells fired, meaning they were sending fewer messages. The researchers say this pushed the brain cells to behave less like the pattern found in brains with schizophrenia.

"We are thinking of glutathione as glutamate stored in a gas tank," says Thomas Sedlak, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences. "If you have a bigger gas tank, you have more leeway on how far you can drive, but as soon as you take the gas out of the tank it's burned up quickly. We can think of those with schizophrenia as having a smaller gas tank."

Because sulforaphane changed the glutamate imbalance in the rat brains and affected how messages were transmitted between the rat brain cells, the researchers wanted to test whether sulforaphane could change glutathione levels in healthy people's brains and see if this could eventually be a strategy for people with mental disorders. For their study, published in April 2018 in Molecular Neuropsychiatry, the researchers recruited nine healthy volunteers (four women, five men) to take two capsules with 100 micromoles daily of sulforaphane in the form of broccoli sprout extract for seven days.

The volunteers reported that a few of them were gassy and some had stomach upset when eating the capsules on an empty stomach, but overall the sulforaphane was relatively well tolerated.

The researchers used MRS again to monitor three brain regions for glutathione levels in the healthy volunteers before and after taking sulforaphane. They found that after seven days, there was about a 30% increase in average glutathione levels in the subjects' brains. For example, in the hippocampus, glutathione levels rose an average of 0.27 millimolar from a baseline of 1.1 millimolar after seven days of taking sulforaphane.

The scientists say further research is needed to learn whether sulforaphane can safely reduce symptoms of psychosis or hallucinations in people with schizophrenia. They would need to determine an optimal dose and see how long people must take it to observe an effect. The researchers caution that their studies don't justify or demonstrate the value of using commercially available sulforaphane supplements to treat or prevent schizophrenia, and patients should consult their physicians before trying any kind of over-the-counter supplement. Versions of sulforaphane supplementsare sold in health food stores and at vitamin counters, and aren't regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

"For people predisposed to heart disease, we know that changes in diet and exercise can help stave off the disease, but there isn't anything like that for severe mental disorders yet," says Sedlak. "We are hoping that we will one day make some mental illness preventable to a certain extent."

Sulforaphane is found in a variety of cruciferous vegetables, and was first identified as a "chemoprotective" substance decades ago by Paul Talalay and Jed Fahey at Johns Hopkins.

According to the World Health Organization, schizophrenia affects about 21 million people worldwide.
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A former nurse who can smell the “musky odour” of Parkinson’s disease has helped scientists develop a new test that can detect the condition before symptoms appear.

People with a heightened sense of smell have reported a musky odour from patients with Parkinson’s disease, and “super smeller” Joy Milne, 68, from Scotland claims she first noticed the smell on her husband, Les, 12 years before he was diagnosed with the condition.

Milne didn’t learn of her super-smelling talents, until she attended a Parkinson’s support group with her husband and found everyone had the same distinct odour.

Milne mentioned the strange revelation to neurobiologist, Tilo Kunath, who studies Parkinson’s at Edinburgh University.

Kunath tested Milne’s skills by having her sniff a series of t-shirts worn by Parkinson’s patients and healthy people, in which she identified all confirmed cases and one other ‘healthy person’ who she said had the same scent. Eight months later that person was diagnosed with the disease.

Together with Perdita Barran, of the University of Manchester, the pair worked to identify the compounds that make up the distinctive odour and develop their non-invasive screening test for early detection. Their results were published in the journal ACS Central Science.

Barran said early detection is crucial when treating Parkinson’s disease, which can often be hindered by confusion between natural brain digresion due to aging, and the neurodegenerative disorder.

Scientists are now testing the technique on a group of people taking part in a sleep study in Austria after people with rapid eye movement (REM) sleep deprivation disorder were previously found to have a 50 percent risk of developing Parkinson’s in later life.

It’s hoped the test could help doctors diagnose and treat the disease at its earliest stage, meaning more patients could avail of experimental drugs that can protect brain cells from being eroded by the disease.

Milne, who says Alzheimer’s also has a vanilla-like smell, and cancer has an earthy odour, is now working with researchers to identify an odour associated with tuberculosis.
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US jury finds Monsanto’s Roundup was a ‘substantial factor’ in causing man’s cancer

US jury finds Monsanto’s Roundup was a ‘substantial factor’ in causing man’s cancer
Monsanto/Bayer AG’s glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer was found to be a “substantial factor” in causing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in a California man, as the trial proceeds to its next phase to determine liability and damages.

In a landmark verdict that could affect numerous other cases, a federal jury in San Francisco found Roundup herbicide to be a significant contributing factor in causing the cancer of a man from Santa Rosa, California. During the trial, 70-year-old Edwin Hardeman alleged that his decades-long exposure to the Monsanto product had led him to develop a cancer that affects the immune system, called non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL).

The trial will now proceed to the next phase where the jury is set to determine the liability and damages in the case.

Tuesday's ruling follows another pivotal verdict against Monsanto in August, where the jury awarded terminal cancer patient Dewayne Johnson a staggering $289 million in damages after ruling that the biotechnology corporation failed to properly warn users of Roundup’s health hazards.

Across the US alone, the German pharmaceutical company Bayer, which purchased Monsanto last year, is potentially facing thousands of similar lawsuits involving Roundup weed killer.

“Monsanto has placed an unsafe product on the market, has manipulated the science and manipulated public opinion and has consistently misled people into believing Roundup is safe,” Jennifer Moore, one of the plaintiff’s attorneys, said before the verdict, after the defense team claimed at the trial that the company had “bullied” researchers to suppress negative studies about the weed killer.

The Bayer legal team representing Monsanto for its part continues to argue that Roundup and its active ingredient glyphosate does not cause cancer and that it is safe to use. It also notes that regulators around the world have approved the product.

The German firm found the unanimous ruling from the six-member jury disappointing. “We are confident the evidence in phase two will show that Monsanto’s conduct has been appropriate and the company should not be liable for Mr. Hardeman’s cancer,” the company said.

Not everyone agrees with Monsanto/Bayer AG’s assessment. “Today’s verdict reinforces ...what scientists with the state of California and the World Health Organization have concluded: Glyphosate causes cancer in people,” said Environmental Working Group President Ken Cook. “As similar lawsuits mount, the evidence will grow that Roundup is not safe, and that the company has tried to cover it up.”
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Mediterranean Diet Boosts Endurance Exercise Within Days, Study Finds
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers have found that eating a Mediterranean diet can improve athletes' endurance exercise performance after just four days.

Researchers at Saint Louis University have found that eating a Mediterranean diet can improve athletes' endurance exercise performance after just four days.

In a small study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, investigators found that participants ran a 5K six percent faster after eating a Mediterranean diet than after eating a Western diet. Researchers found no difference between the two diets in performance in anaerobic exercise tests.

The Mediterranean diet includes whole fruits and vegetables, nuts, olive oil and whole grains, and avoids red and processed meats, dairy, trans and saturated fats and refined sugars.

By comparison, the Western diet is characterized by low intake of fruit, vegetables and unrefined or minimally processed oils and high intakes of trans and saturated fats, dairy, refined sugars, refined and highly processed vegetable oils, sodium and processed foods.

Senior researcher Edward Weiss, Ph.D., professor of nutrition and dietetics at SLU, says the Mediterranean diet is well-established as having numerous health benefits. He and his team hypothesized that the diet's anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, more alkaline pH and dietary nitrates might lead to improved exercise performance.

"Many individual nutrients in the Mediterranean diet improve exercise performance immediately or within a few days. Therefore, it makes sense that a whole dietary pattern that includes these nutrients is also quick to improve performance," Weiss said. "However, these benefits were also quickly lost when switching to the Western diet, highlighting the importance of long-term adherence to the Mediterranean diet."

The study enrolled seven women and four men in a randomized-sequence crossover study. The participants ran five kilometers on a treadmill on two occasions -- once after four days on a Mediterranean diet and on another occasion after four days on a Western diet, with a period of nine to 16 days separating the two tests.

Weiss says the study found the 5K run time was six percent faster after the Mediterranean diet than the Western diet despite similar heart rates and ratings of perceived exertion.

"This study provides evidence that a diet that is known to be good for health is also good for exercise performance," Weiss said. "Like the general population, athletes and other exercise enthusiasts commonly eat unhealthy diets. Now they have an additional incentive to eat healthy."

Other researchers on the study include Michelle Baker, Kristen DeCesare, Abby Johnson, Kathleen Kress and Cynthia Inman.

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A Nap a Day Keeps High Blood Pressure at Bay
TEHRAN (FNA)- It seems that napping may do more than just reboot our energy level and improve our mood. New research has found that people who took advantage of a midday snooze were more likely to have a noticeable drop in blood pressure compared with those who didn't nap.

It seems that napping may do more than just reboot our energy level and improve our mood. New research being presented at the American College of Cardiology's 68th Annual Scientific Session found that people who took advantage of a midday snooze were more likely to have a noticeable drop in blood pressure compared with those who didn't nap.

"Midday sleep appears to lower blood pressure levels at the same magnitude as other lifestyle changes. For example, salt and alcohol reduction can bring blood pressure levels down by 3 to 5 mm Hg," said Manolis Kallistratos, MD, cardiologist at the Asklepieion General Hospital in Voula, Greece, and one of the study's co-authors, adding that a low-dose antihypertensive medication usually lowers blood pressure levels by 5 to 7 mm Hg, on average.

Overall, taking a nap during the day was associated with an average 5 mm Hg drop in blood pressure, which researchers said is on par with what would be expected from other known blood pressure-lowering interventions. In addition, for every 60 minutes of midday sleep, 24-hour average systolic blood pressure decreased by 3 mm Hg.

"These findings are important because a drop in blood pressure as small as 2 mm Hg can reduce the risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attack by up to 10 percent," Kallistratos said. "Based on our findings, if someone has the luxury to take a nap during the day, it may also have benefits for high blood pressure. Napping can be easily adopted and typically doesn't cost anything."

This is the first study to prospectively assess midday sleep's affect on blood pressure levels among people whose blood pressure is reasonably controlled, according to the researchers. The same research team previously found midday naps to be associated with reduced blood pressure levels and fewer antihypertensive medications being prescribed among people with very high blood pressure readings.

"The higher the blood pressure levels, the more pronounced any effort to lower it will appear. By including people with relatively well-controlled blood pressure, we can feel more confident that any significant differences in blood pressure readings are likely due to napping," Kallistratos said.

The study included 212 people with a mean blood pressure of 129.9 mm Hg. They were 62 years old on average and just over half were female. About 1 out of 4 participants were smokers and/or had Type 2 diabetes. The groups were similar in terms of risk factors for heart disease except there were more smokers in the napping group. Researchers assessed and recorded blood pressure for 24 hours consecutively, midday sleep time (the average duration was 49 minutes), lifestyle habits (for example, alcohol, coffee and salt consumption, physical activity levels), and pulse wave velocity, a measure of stiffness in the arteries. Participants wore an ambulatory blood pressure monitor to measure and track blood pressure at regular intervals during routine daily living, rather than just one time in the clinic. At study recruitment, participants also underwent an echocardiogram, an ultrasound of the heart that shows its structure and function.

In their analyses, researchers adjusted for factors known to influence blood pressure levels, including age, gender, lifestyle and medications. There were no differences in terms of the number of antihypertensive medications taken between the two groups, and pulse wave velocity tests and echocardiograms were also similar.

Overall, average 24-hour systolic blood pressure was 5.3 mm Hg lower among those who napped compared with those who didn't (127.6 mm Hg vs 132.9 mm Hg). When looking at both blood pressure numbers, people who slept during the day had more favorable readings (128.7/76.2 vs 134.5/79.5 mm Hg). There also appeared to be a direct linear relationship between time asleep and blood pressure; as reported, for each hour of napping, the average 24-hour systolic blood pressure lowered by 3 mm Hg.

"We obviously don't want to encourage people to sleep for hours on end during the day, but on the other hand, they shouldn't feel guilty if they can take a short nap, given the potential health benefits," Kallistratos said. "Even though both groups were receiving the same number of medications and blood pressure was well controlled, there was still a significant decrease in blood pressure among those who slept during midday."

Researchers said the findings are further bolstered because patients had similar dipping blood pressure rates at night (natural drops during nighttime sleep), meaning that any reductions in ambulatory blood pressure were separate from this phenomenon and give greater confidence that reductions in ambulatory blood pressure could be due to daytime napping.

Further research is needed to validate these findings. Although it falls outside the scope of this study, researchers said one could speculate that along with the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet endemic to this region, the cultural acceptance of midday napping may also play a role in the healthier profile seen in these populations.

Nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure. Many don't know they have it because there are often no signs or symptoms; over time, high blood pressure increases the risk of both heart attack and stroke.

Kallistratos will present the study, "Mid-day Sleep Effects as Potent as Recommended Lifestyle Changes in Patients With Arterial Hypertension," on Monday, March 18.
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‘A global catastrophe’: Radiation activist warns that 5G networks are ‘massive health experiment’

‘A global catastrophe’: Radiation activist warns that 5G networks are ‘massive health experiment’
A leading activist on the issue of electromagnetic radiation and its negative impacts on public health has described the rollout of 5G as a “massive health experiment” which could “become a global catastrophe.”

Arthur Robert Firstenberg is a well-known advocate for curtailing the development of 5G networks both in the US and internationally, claiming that super fast broadband could cause cancer in humans and wildlife, as well as exacerbating the symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity.

In a bid to stall the rollout of the networks Firstenberg is petitioning the World Health Organization, the UN and the EU to “urgently halt the development of 5G.” The petition had garnered over 40,000 signatures at time of writing.

“The deployment of 5G constitutes an experiment on humanity and the environment that is defined as a crime under international law,” the petition states. The US rollout of the new network has already begun in cities like Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento.

“This could become a global catastrophe. When the first satellites were launched in the late 1990s for mobile phones, on the day they were launched people sensitive to these things got very sick. The mortality rate rose in the US by 5-10% too and there were reports that birds were not flying,” Firstenberg told the Daily Star.

Firstenberg also claims that, in areas of the world where rollout of 5G antennas has already begun, the local population, including insects and other wildlife, are already getting sick. He claims to have a condition known as electromagnetic hypersensitivity, which induces symptoms like dizziness, nausea, amnesia, insomnia, tremors, heart arrhythmia, acute and chronic pain, among others though it is not scientifically or medically recognized.

In addition, Firstenberg filed a lawsuit seeking $1.43 million in damages from his neighbor for damaging his health by using her iPhone and WiFi connection.

Much like cell phones before it in the 1980s and 90s, 5G has encountered strong pushback from the general public since it was first announced. In September 2018, Mill Valley city council, in California, voted to block development of 5G towers and small cells in residential areas citing “serious adverse health and environmental impacts caused by the microwave radiation emitted from these 4G and 5G Small Cell Towers,” Motherboard reports.

However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “There is no scientific evidence that provides a definite answer to that question… More research is needed before we know if using cell phones causes health effects.”

Despite a number of broad-ranging studies into the potential effects of cell phone radiation showing no solid evidence of any significant health risks to humans (let alone insects), many within the scientific community remain skeptical that the benefits of 5G technology outweigh the potential harm to humans.

Tworecent studies also showed elevated risk of cancerous tumors developing in male rats (though not female) who were exposed to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) for nine hours a day over two years. However, the claims didn’t stand up in follow-up double-blind tests.

215 scientists from 40 different countries have allegedly signed an appeal calling for international protection from non-ionizing electromagnetic field exposure, the effects of which include, but are not limited to, “increased cancer risk, cellular stress, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being.”

In a letter, Dr Martin Pall, a biochemistry professor at the Washington State University, claimed there were severe biological and health effects, including increased risk of cancer via DNA mutations, due to exposure to 5G networks, while also claiming that the FCC is a “captured agency” that is subject to the will of the very industry it is supposed to regulate.

5G would provide broadband speeds over 100 times faster than current data speeds. But to facilitate its rollout 300,000 new antennas would be required in the US alone. That’s roughly equal to three decades-worth of cell phone tower development.

The networks require a more dense array of “small cell” sites because their high frequency waves provide faster speeds but don’t travel as far.

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Vigorous Walking Just Got Easier to Track

TEHRAN (FNA)- In an ongoing study exploring walking for health across the adult lifespan, researchers found that walking cadence is a reliable measure of exercise intensity and set simple steps-per-minute guidelines for moderate and vigorous intensity.

In an ongoing study exploring walking for health across the adult lifespan, University of Massachusetts Amherst kinesiology researchers found that walking cadence is a reliable measure of exercise intensity and set simple steps-per-minute guidelines for moderate and vigorous intensity.

Catrine Tudor-Locke, professor of kinesiology, and postdoctoral researchers Elroy Aguiar and Scott Ducharme concluded that for adults, age 21-40, walking about 100 steps per minute constitutes moderate intensity, while vigorous walking begins at about 130 steps per minute.

The research, published this month in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, offers walkers a concrete way to track their activity level without relying on exercise devices or complicated calculations about oxygen consumption or heart rate. It represents the first set of outcomes from Tudor-Locke's ongoing, five-year CADENCE-Adults study, funded with a $2.2 million grant from the NIH's National Institute on Aging. The study seeks to establish the relationship between walking cadence (steps per minute) and intensity (metabolic rate) across the adult lifespan, from age 21 to 85.

Using the study's initial results for younger adults, walkers can simply count their steps to determine their approximate exercise intensity. Counting steps for 15 seconds and multiplying by four, for example, will determine steps per minute.

"This research establishes a very practical method to measure the intensity of walking, one that is very easy to communicate and also rigorously validated by the science," says Tudor-Locke, a well-known expert on the steps-per-day question.

To ensure sex and age balance, researchers recruited 10 men and 10 women for each five-year age group between 21 and 40, for a total of 80 healthy participants. They performed a series of five-minute walks on a treadmill, with two-minute rests, as their cadence was hand-tallied and intensity (METs) was measured using a portable indirect calorimeter. Sessions began at .5 mph and increased in .5 mph increments until participants either began to run, reached 75 percent of their predicted maximum heart rate or reported a perceived exertion of "somewhat hard."

Federal guidelines call for 150 minutes of "moderate" or 75 minutes of "vigorous" exercise each week. Moderate intensity is defined as activity that requires 3 METs (metabolic equivalents of task), or three times the amount of oxygen that's consumed while sitting still. In the study, moderate-intensity walking began at about 2.7 mph and was equal to 3 METs. Vigorous walking was associated with 6 METs.

Aguiar said that the natural walking pace of 90 percent of the study participants was above the moderate-pace threshold. "If you just tell people to walk at their normal speed, they probably are going to walk above 100 steps per minute. Asking people to walk for exercise is a low-cost, low-skill, feasible activity choice which has the potential to drastically improve people's health," he says.

The research suggests a simple but powerful public health message: Just walk, as much as possible. "Our society has engineered movement out of our life," Aguiar says. "We have TVs, we have cars, we have remotes. It's clear that you can achieve the public health guidelines for physical activity through walking."

Researchers used two distinct analytical methods to determine the approximate walking cadence thresholds. They also found that after moderate intensity walking of 100 steps per minute was reached, each 10 steps-per-minute increase was associated with an increase in intensity of one MET. So, 4 METs is roughly equivalent to 110 steps per minute and 5 METs with 120 steps per minute.

Although the findings confirm data from previous research, the CADENCE-Adults study is the first calibration study to use a sex-and-age-balanced sampling approach, Tudor-Locke said. Future reports from the study may establish age-appropriate walking thresholds.
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Best Foods to Boost Your Brain, Memory
TEHRAN (FNA)- Your brain is arguably the most important organ in the body, being the command center for everything else. And completely aside from keeping your lungs breathing and your heart beating, the brain controls emotions that color how we approach everything in our lives.

Keeping your brain in optimal condition not only facilitates the health of your body, it can support your ability to learn new things and to handle the tough situations that come your way. (And it’s always something in life, isn’t it?) Wellness starts in the kitchen, and we’ve got you covered with a list of the most important ingredients for peak brain health.

Pomegranate juice

Pomegranate juice is full of potent antioxidants, which can help protect your brain from damaging free radicals. We hear a lot about free radicals and skin damage, but in reality, the brain is more susceptible to damage from free radicals than any other part of the body.

There is also some evidence that suggests pregnant women who drink pomegranate juice can protect the brains of their infants if they are deprived of oxygen during birth. However, pomegranate juice usually has added sugar because it is very naturally tart. Just two ounces per day is recommended – you can dilute it with water and add a sprig of mint for a very refreshing beverage.


The brain relies on a steady dose of glucose to work its best, which is why people actually get angry when they let their blood sugar tank. Beans are full of B vitamins and deliver slow burning energy, which keeps you mentally sharp and better able to navigate challenges throughout the day.

They are also extremely affordable and a great addition to many meals. Getting ½ cup per day is ideal. If you find that beans upset your digestive system (they are the “musical fruit” after all) try lentils instead for a similar dose of B vitamins.

Whole grains

Fiber-rich whole grains are associated with many positive benefits in the body. There has been some research out of Columbia University Medical Center that suggests a high-fiber diet lowers your risk of cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease as you age. It also reduces overall inflammation and oxidative stress, as well as potentially lowers blood pressure.

All of these effects have a role in reducing the risk of brain disorders. It is key that you choose whole grains, however, not refined. White flour, for example, has an extremely high glycemic index and is associated with an increased risk of cancer.


Turmeric is deep-yellow spice that has a number of benefits for the brain. One of the main ingredients in curry powder, the active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin, which is able to cross the blood-brain barrier. That means it can directly enter the brain and benefit its cells. Curcumin also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

It may improve memory in Alzheimer’s patients and clear the amyloid plaques that occur with the disease. Turmeric has been shown to boost both serotonin and dopamine, which can ease depression symptoms and improve overall mood. More research is necessary, but turmeric may even help new brain cells grow and thus reduce the effects of aging on cognitive ability.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds have those all important antioxidants to protect the brain from free radical damage. But they are also chock full of iron, magnesium, copper, and zinc, all of which are crucial to brain health. Iron deficiency can cause brain fog and diminished brain capacity. Magnesium supports learning and memory; low levels of magnesium are found in many patients with migraines, depression, and epilepsy.

Zinc and copper are both integral elements of nerve signaling, necessary for the brain to convey the right messages to the body. Zinc and copper deficiency is linked to neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and depression.


Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant that can help rein in aging related mental decline and potentially help stave off Alzheimer’s. It also protects the brain from free radical damage, and is a critical part of synthesizing dopamine. It’s not too difficult to get enough – one medium orange per day can deliver all the vitamin C you need for top brain health.

Vitamin C deficiency causes scurvy, which is fatal if not treated and has a range of painful physical symptoms. Specific brain-related problems with scurvy include hallucinations and depression. While oranges are one of the most concentrated sources of vitamin C, many other foods offer this vital nutrient, including kiwi fruit, bell peppers, strawberries, and tomatoes.


Eggs have a lot of vital nutrients for brain health, including B6, B12, and folate. Deficiencies in these nutrients are linked to depression and mental decline in the elderly. B12 also has a role in synthesizing chemicals and regulating glucose levels in the brain. They also contain choline, a micronutrient used by the body to make acetylcholine, which helps to regulate and stabilize mood and memory.

High choline intake is associated with strong memory and mental function, but many people don’t get enough in their diets. Egg yolks have a more concentrated amount of choline than most any other source, so don’t skip the yolk unless you are also eating a lot of foods like liver, shellfish, dark greens, and mushrooms.

Dark Chocolate

And finally, here is a brain-boosting food that feels like a treat. Dark chocolate, more specifically the cocoa powder contained in dark chocolate, contains several brain-friendly compounds such as flavonoids, caffeine, and antioxidants. Flavonoids are known to help with learning and memory as well as slow aging-related mental decline. One study found that people who ate chocolate frequently performed better in mental and memory-related tasks than people who rarely ate it. Chocolate also seems to elevate mood, though it is unclear whether that is because of specific compounds in the chocolate or because eating tasty foods feels good. In any case, there is no need to deny yourself a small taste of chocolate every day. Dark chocolate contains less added sugar and a higher concentration of cocoa powder, so it is a better overall choice.

Each of the foods on our list are relatively easy to incorporate into a brain-healthy diet. You can grab an orange or some pumpkin seeds for a snack, add beans to taco salad, drink a refreshing pomegranate juice seltzer, and finish off with a couple of squares of chocolate. Being informed and educated about the best food choices for strong brain function and longevity makes it much easier to make a smart selection when you realize you feel mentally zapped. Smart thinking on your part to have read this article!

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Only a Glass of This Juice will Remove Clogged Arteries And Control Blood Pressure
TEHRAN (FNA)- Clogged or blocked arteries can be caused by a blood clot or by plaque that forms and builds up as a result of high levels of cholesterol in the blood. This blockage causes an immense amount of pressure in the blood because it can’t move freely throughout the body like it needs to, causing high blood pressure, also known as hypertension.

Once arteries are blocked, it becomes very difficult to clear them out, and sadly high blood pressure affects an estimated 100 million Americans according to recent research published by the American Heart Association.

Experts believe that high cholesterol begins with damage to and/or plaque blocking the inner layer of the artery. Many reasons for this include smoking, heredity, poor diet, lack of exercise, obesity and diabetes. With this problem being so prevalent, many individuals have sought medical help including high doses of medication. And while seeking medical advice is always a recommended way to turn when dealing with health problems like these, it can become expensive. Thankfully, there are natural solutions including the one we’re about to show you.

lemon juice, apple cider vinegar and honey, you will be able to simply and healthfully unclog arteries and control blood pressure.

Why it works

Garlic has been shown to be a natural way to clear blocks in the arteries, as well as reduce blood pressureand bad cholesterol levels. It can also reduce blood sugar levels, which aids in weight loss because when sugar levels are in normal ranges make it easier to control your appetite, which in turn aids in weight loss.

Ginger has been linked to the prevention of heart disease because of its ability to increase blood flow. It also has energy producing capabilities that will help you to be more physically active, thus aiding in weight loss.

Lemon has been shown in research studies to regulate the heartbeat, restoring the proper function of the heart, helping blood to flow throughout the body easier.

Apple cider vinegar has antioxidants that play a crucial role in removing toxins from the body and blood. It also has healthy vitamins, minerals and enzymes to keep the body healthy.

Honey fights bacteria, energizes the body and has been shown to reduce cholesterol and heart disease.

How to make it


1 cup ginger juice
1 cup garlic puree
1 cup lemon juice
1 cup apple cider vinegar
2 cups organic honey


Extract the juice from the ingredients.
Put ginger, garlic, lemon juice and vinegar in a saucepan and cook over medium heat for 30 minutes while stirring.
Remove from heat and let cool completely.
Add 2 cups of honey and mix well.
Poor the mixture in a clean bottle and store in the refrigerator.

How to use it

Take 1 tablespoon of the mixture each morning, afternoon and evening on an empty stomach. The mixture can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 months.

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これはすごい 4に掲げた中国の小学校の生徒が校長のリードで踊るshuffle dance 楽しそうです。



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Glen Lake Flash Mob - DJ Dance Night


基本的に@足を横に広げて戻す、A前後に踏み出す、つま先またはかかとをつく、B足をクロスさせて戻す、C回る それを連続させてうまくつなげればよいのですね。手は前後だけでなく、広げて振る。
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Iranian Researchers Reduce Fat in Liver by Fennel Extract
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian scientists could decrease the amount of fat in mice's liver by using fennel extract.

Ehsan Varzdar and Farzin Dadbakhsh, two Iranian researchers, first used animal fat with high cholesterol to increase fat in 5 male and 5 female laboratory mice.

They decreased the fat in the mice's liver and body by feeding them with fennel extract.

Iran is one of the pioneering countries in production and exports of herbal medicine.

The CEO of an Iranian company announced in October that his company had signed two contracts amounting to $7 million to sell herbal medicines to Uganda and Kenya.

Hojjatollah Zabihi, the CEO of a knowledge-based herbal medicines production company made the remarks, recounting that his company had signed a $5 million deal with Kenya, and a $2 million contract with Uganda for exporting Iranian-made herbal medicines.

The agreements were signed in the recent visit of Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari to the two East African countries. Sattari was accompanied by a high-ranking delegation comprised of officials and heads of 70 knowledge-based companies.

Zabihi said that under the agreements, the company would launch five production lines for five different products in Kenya and Uganda. He added that three production lines were for ointment, syrup and capsule, while the other two were for animal products.

Iran would produce the raw materials for these production lines for ten years and export them to these two countries, he added.

According to him, two Iranian knowledge-based companies would take care of the production and packaging of the medicines.

The technical know-how would be transferred to Uganda and Kenya after two years, he added.

He said the implementation of the agreements would create jobs for 150-200 Iranian farmers, leading to $20-30 million of income in a year.
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高速道路沿いの下道の入口にPASAR幕張と書いた矢印の看板があります。PASARって何? わかりませんでしたが、インターチェンジならこんな看板はありません。




車を運転しない人は、パーキングエリアなどと言っても何をするところかわかりませんよね。しかも、若い人はそこに自転車で行くところなのですから。でも、パーキングエリア→パチンコエリア!! かなり耳おかしいぞ!























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ヤマボウシ 赤い実がきれいです。



お一人は派手な衣装ですが、他の方はだいぶ年配ですね。(お前が言うな! はぁ。年配のことをどこで感じるか? シャツを中に入れズボンを上げてしっかりとしたベルトを強めに締めているところです。)






階段はどこだろうとキョロキョロしながら行くと、突然目の前に栗のイガが落ちてきて足元で炸裂しました。わっ!と、飛びのきます。栗のクラスター爆弾です。イガの直撃で人を傷つけ、さらに弾け飛んだ栗で、打撲傷を与えようとしている? まさかイスラエル製じゃないだろうな。







この方お幾つだと思いますか? 私といくつも違わないとはとても思えませんでした。






千葉都市モノレールが初音ミクとタイアップして何かキャンペーンかイベントをやるようです。初音ミクファンの方にお土産です。(なんだー? これ! なんて言わないでください。いいおっさんクラスの男性が終着駅でこれの写真を撮りまくっていたんですよ。何人も。)


・・・初出2018/9/24 11/13追記・・・

※ 近藤 顕彦@Gateboxお迎え @akihikokondosk氏の16:23 - 2018年11月11日のツイート
8件の返信 58件のリツイート 489 いいね

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High Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation Associated With Cancer in Male Rats
Thursday, November 1, 2018, 10:00 a.m. EDT

Cell Phone Radio Frequency Radiation
Final reports from the rat and mouse studies, plus the press release and fact sheet, are now available.

このレポートのインパクトが大きいために特にステートメントを出し、"We agree that these findings should not be applied to human cell phone usage."と書かれています。

November 1, 2018
Statement from Jeffrey Shuren, M.D., J.D., Director of the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health on the National Toxicology Program’s report on radiofrequency energy exposure


NTP Toxicology and Carcinogenicity Studies of Cell Phone Radiofrequency  June 15 – 16, 2016

Radiation 電磁界情報センター2016.6.20掲載

Cancer in Rats: High Radio Frequency Radiation
TEHRAN (FNA)- The National Toxicology Program (NTP) concluded there is clear evidence that male rats exposed to high levels of radio frequency radiation (RFR) like that used in 2G and 3G cell phones developed cancerous heart tumors, according to final reports released today.

The National Toxicology Program (NTP) concluded there is clear evidence that male rats exposed to high levels of radio frequency radiation (RFR) like that used in 2G and 3G cell phones developed cancerous heart tumors, according to final reports released today. There was also some evidence of tumors in the brain and adrenal gland of exposed male rats. For female rats, and male and female mice, the evidence was equivocal as to whether cancers observed were associated with exposure to RFR. The final reports represent the consensus of NTP and a panel of external scientific experts who reviewed the studies in March after draft reports were issued in February.

"The exposures used in the studies cannot be compared directly to the exposure that humans experience when using a cell phone," said John Bucher, Ph.D., NTP senior scientist. "In our studies, rats and mice received radio frequency radiation across their whole bodies. By contrast, people are mostly exposed in specific local tissues close to where they hold the phone. In addition, the exposure levels and durations in our studies were greater than what people experience."

The lowest exposure level used in the studies was equal to the maximum local tissue exposure currently allowed for cell phone users. This power level rarely occurs with typical cell phone use. The highest exposure level in the studies was four times higher than the maximum power level permitted.

"We believe that the link between radio frequency radiation and tumors in male rats is real, and the external experts agreed," said Bucher.

The $30 million NTP studies took more than 10 years to complete and are the most comprehensive assessment, to date, of health effects in animals exposed to RFR with modulations used in 2G and 3G cell phones. 2G and 3G networks were standard when the studies were designed and are still used for phone calls and texting.

"A major strength of our studies is that we were able to control exactly how much radio frequency radiation the animals received -- something that's not possible when studying human cell phone use, which has often relied on questionnaires," said Michael Wyde, Ph.D., lead toxicologist on the studies.

He also noted the unexpected finding of longer lifespans among the exposed male rats. "This may be explained by an observed decrease in chronic kidney problems that are often the cause of death in older rats," Wyde said.

The animals were housed in chambers specifically designed and built for these studies. Exposure to RFR began in the womb for rats and at 5 to 6 weeks old for mice, and continued for up to two years, or most of their natural lifetime. The RFR exposure was intermittent, 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off, totaling about nine hours each day. RFR levels ranged from 1.5-6 watts per kilogram in rats, and 2.5-10 watts per kilogram in mice.

These studies did not investigate the types of RFR used for Wi-Fi or 5G networks.

"5G is an emerging technology that hasn't really been defined yet. From what we currently understand, it likely differs dramatically from what we studied," said Wyde.

For future studies, NTP is building smaller RFR exposure chambers that will make it easier to evaluate newer telecommunications technologies in weeks or months, rather than years. These studies will focus on developing measurable physical indicators, or biomarkers, of potential effects from RFR. These may include changes in metrics like DNA damage in exposed tissues, which can be detected much sooner than cancer.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration nominated cell phone RFR for study by NTP because of widespread public use of cell phones and limited knowledge about potential health effects from long-term exposure. NTP will provide the results of these studies to FDA and the Federal Communications Commission, who will review the information as they continue to monitor new research on the potential effects of RFR.

NTP uses four categories to summarize the evidence that a substance may cause cancer:

Clear evidence (highest)
Some evidence
Equivocal evidence
No evidence (lowest)

More information on the categories is available at

Editor's Note: In response to the National Toxicology Program's news release, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a statement from Jeffrey Shuren, M.D., J.D., Director of the FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health on the National Toxicology Program's report on radiofrequency energy exposure ( The statement reads, in part:

"We reviewed the recently finalized research conducted by our colleagues at the National Toxicology Program (NTP), part of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences within the National Institutes of Health, on radiofrequency energy exposure. After reviewing the study, we disagree, however, with the conclusions of their final report regarding 'clear evidence' of carcinogenic activity in rodents exposed to radiofrequency energy.

"In the NTP study, researchers looked at the effects of exposing rodents to extremely high levels of radiofrequency throughout the entire body. This is commonly done in these types of hazard identification studies and means that the study tested levels of radiofrequency energy exposures considerably above the current whole body safety limits for cell phones. Doing this was intended to help contribute to what we already understand about the effects of radiofrequency energy on animal tissue. In fact, we only begin to observe effects to animal tissue at exposures that are 50 times higher than the current whole body safety limits set by the FCC for radiofrequency energy exposure.

"Our colleagues at NTP echoed this point in a statement earlier this year about their draft final report, including the important note that 'these findings should not be directly extrapolated to human cell phone usage.'

"We agree that these findings should not be applied to human cell phone usage."
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ぎょ! 昼寝をするとアルツハイマーになる? September 12, 2018
Daytime Naps Could Increase Alzheimer's Risk

New research shows that taking naps during the day could lead to increased plaque development associated with Alzheimer’s disease. According to Interesting Engineering, most experts recommend getting a solid eight hours of sleep each night as the magical number to allow the body to recover, encourage mental clarity and boost the immune system.

However, new data shows that trying to make up for a bad night’s sleep by taking naps could be harmful to your mental health.

The study, from Johns Hopkins University reports that people who are very sleepy during the day were three times more likely than those who were well rested to develop Alzheimer’s disease.

The new research bolsters a growing body of evidence linking good sleep patterns with reduced risk of getting the dreaded disease.

"Factors like diet, exercise and cognitive activity have been widely recognized as important potential targets for Alzheimer’s disease prevention, but sleep hasn’t quite risen to that level of studies−although that may well be changing," said Adam P. Spira Ph.D., associate d professor in the Department of Mental Health at John’s Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Spira was the lead author of the study with collaborators from the National Institute on Aging (NIA), the Bloomberg School, and Johns Hopkins Medicine.

The researchers found that participants in their study who reported daytime sleepiness were three times more likely to have beta-amyloid plaque deposits in their brains than those who didn’t report feeling sleepy.
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「舌が黒褐色になった場合、黒毛舌が疑われます。細菌の繁殖で起こります。飲食物やタバコなどの原因で起きることもあります。 ごくまれに黒色腫などの腫瘍の場合もありますので口腔外科で相談してみましょう。




糖尿病? 腎障害! 嫌気性菌や真菌の増殖!!


タバコとコーヒーが悪いらしい。二つとも止める?? そんなことできるかな?



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※ 2018/8/23、Bさんの投稿

※ ガイチ @gaitifuji氏の2018/8/15のツイート

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※ 自然なものを。 @ryota332211氏の2018/8/16のツイート

※ INYAKU Tomoya 印鑰 智哉 @tomo_nada

2018年08月11日 病院が駐車場に除草剤散布

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モンサント社がイスラエルに化学兵器を供給していた衝撃の事実! … @56shigさんから

※ みつや @mitsuya_niwa氏の2018/3/1のツイート
印鑰智哉さん。日本の大豆にはモンサントの農薬が撒かれ、遺伝子組み換えの作物と実質同じになっている。ネオニコチノイドを『規制緩和』で入れている。 #オプエド

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※ 天仙 @tensenten氏の2018/2/25のツイート
モンサントが原因で2025年には二人に一人の子供が自閉症になるとMITが警告 ……

2018年02月28日 将来 アレルギーが激しくなった人はロシア産穀物を求めることになるでしょう

※ WJ 実況ch1‏ @IWJ_ch1の2017/12/31のツイート

2017年11月10日 モンサントの新しい除草剤が米国中西部の数百万エーカーの大豆やカボチャを枯らした

2017年09月23日 フランスの農民がグリホサートの使用禁止に反対行動

※  鳩山由紀夫‏認証済みアカウント @hatoyamayukio 氏の2017/8/31のツイート

※  EartHeartH‏ @Earthanks 氏の2017/8/14のツイート
Monsanto Admits Untested Roundup Herbicide Could Cause Cancer

※  非一般ニュースはアカウント凍結‏ @kininaru2014111 氏の2017/4/29のツイート
モンサントの成長ホルモン剤 rBGHを乳牛に注射すると乳量が20%増加。米の酪農家ではこの成長ホルモン剤がさかんに使用されている。しかし、この牛乳を飲むと、男性の前立腺がんの発生率が通常の4倍に、女性は乳がんの発生率が7倍に跳ね上がる

※ plum ‏@plum0909 氏の2017/2/12のツイート

※ neko-aii ‏@neko_aii 氏の2016/11/29のツイート

※ Sarah Yamasaki 山崎淑子 ‏@prisonopera氏の2016/9/16のツイート
#遺伝子組み換え 国際報道:独バイエルンが6,8兆円で米モンサントを買収合意と9月14日発表。ドイツ国内世論は寡占化・巨大化するケミカル製造業界の脅威を懸念。グリーンピースは「悪名高いモンサントの種苗独占の加速、遺伝子組換種子市場の世界的拡大、農薬・化学肥料産業の肥大化」を批判

※ Greenpeace Japan ‏@gpjTweet の2016/1/19のツイート

※ 岩手県で福島第一原発事故の被害を受け、化学物質過敏症になったため西日本に避難した方が、きちんと睡眠をとっているのに、昼間異様に眠るようになり、これはおかしいと、自宅の調味料をかたっぱしから調べたところ、最近油のランクを下げたことに気づき、表示を確認したら「遺伝子組み換え不分別」と記されていたという。油を以前のものに戻し、様子を見ること二日間、貧血が改善し、昼間寝なくても体が持つようになったとある。
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