Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  Medical doctors are typically too busy, too rushed, too overwhelmed and too uncritical to read a scientific article carefully.  I too fail often in this regard. But I have a secret weapon:  a brilliant, principled scientist who…

Dr. Weeks’ Comment: dairy and asthma – worth a read. Wee Wheezing Wonders “The timing of death, like the ending of a story, gives a changed meaning to what preceded it.” – Mary Catherine Bateson New parents live in anguish…

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  I read what Robert Cohen sends me because he is a scientist and what he teachers is backed by science. Given America’s love affair with milk, it is an inconvenience association Robert describes between dairy and many…
Got milk? Got Gentocin.

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  More fabulous writing and concise powerful research summary from the notmilkman Robert Cohen Catch 22 Let me tell you about the spirit of Catch-22. If a bomber pilot suffered a nervous breakdown during World War II after flying…

Another Dairy Coincidence “Coincidence is the word we use when  we cannot see the levers and pulleys.” – Emma Bull Yesterday, the Notmilk column revealed two of the most amazing coincidences in American history. See: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/notmilk/message/4319 In 2009, Notmilk posted two…

DR WEEKS’ COMMENTS:  The arguments are myriad for avoiding dairy (milk, yogurt, cheese, etc) – but just appreciating the growth hormones which are available in excess in dairy should be sobering.  Milk: good for you (if you are a baby…

DR. WEEKS’ COMMENT:     I have encouraged patients to review the pros and cons of dairy:  pros….  tastes good (especially when frozen and mixed with sugar and chocolate!)   Cons: not healthy   – the debate continues but for…

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  Soy milk helps and  Halean 951 helps more .    From Southern Medical Journal Effects of Commercially Available Soy Products on PSA in Androgen-deprivation-naïve and Castration-resistant Prostate Cancer Monika Joshi, MD; Nicole M. Agostino, MD; Rebecca Gingrich, MSN;…