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E cigarettes much healthier than smoking

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  When the big cigarette companies are mad at you, you KNOW you are doing something right. We have been promoting ecigarettes for smokers for the past 4 years ...

Wow! Pregnant moms are STILL smoking (>1 in 5)

Dr. Weeks Comment: This is tragic info.  Especially when one understands that the physiology of the lactating breast functions to CONCENTRATE nicotine (and other substances) so that ...

Heroin constipates… use high dose vitamin C

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:   Dr. Alex Schauss Ph.D. teaches many people many things and the world should listen to him on the treatment of heroin addiction using vitamin C.     http://www.thebigpitcher.org/2010/11/16/dr-alex-schauss-stunning-addiction-therapy-using-vitamin-c-megadosing-heroin-cocaine-cack-meth-etc/

Heroin addiction? C here!

Vitamin C or Heroin – your choice! Posted by Brad Weeks, MD on November 25, 2008 ` Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) effects on withdrawal syndrome of heroin abusers by Evangelou A, Kalfakakou ...

Want to stop drinking?

Dr. Weeks Comment:    We at the Weeks Clinic for Corrective Medicine and Psychiatry are delighted to offer effective Corrective Health protocols for people suffering with alcohol ...

Nicotine and memory

Dr. Weeks Comment:  Dr. Rudolf Steiner taught that nothing is good or bad but everything has effects and we need to chose wisely.  Nicotine enhances memory in all ages and potentiates ...

Eat, drink and breast cancer comes back.

Dr.  Weeks’  Comment:   these create more estrogen and that imbalances the estrogen/progesterone ratio.   So be good! Obesity, Alcohol Consumption And Smoking Increase Risk ...

Hard to “rise and shine”?

How Alcohol Blunts Ability Of Hamsters To ‘Rise And Shine’ ScienceDaily (Sep. 1, 2009) — Chronic alcohol consumption blunts the biological clock’s ability to synchronize ...
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SSRI medications and alcohol abuse. Worth investigating?

Dr Weeks Comment:   SSRI medications and alcohol abuse.  Worth investigating? Note from Dr. Tracy: After researching and warning for two decades that this crisis with alcohol consumption ...

GHB more effective than Naltrexone in alcoholism

Gamma-hydroxybutyric acid versus naltrexone in maintaining alcohol abstinence: an open randomized comparative study by Caputo F, Addolorato G, Lorenzini F, Domenicali M, Greco ...
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