Archives: 2005 November

Article on Autism in New Scientist cites paroxonase enzyme/gene

November 30th, 2005, 1 Comment

To the Editor, I spent 23 years working with autistic children and their families in New York City, prior to my becoming brain injured and permanently disabled from pesticide poisoning at the age of 45. I witnessed the tragic transition of this formerly rare syndrome into a commonly encountered form of developmental disorder with a […]

Buyer Beware

November 27th, 2005, No Comments

To the Editor, When will you require balanced reporting in health and science topics? Not a single interview with exterminators effectively employing non-toxic pest control methods, is found here. Such companies free people from the long-term chemical saturation of fabrics and porous materials in their homes and offices. The process may be more labor intensive […]

Life versus Life-Style – There is a Difference

November 24th, 2005, No Comments

To the Editor, I am appalled by the tone of this article, echoing the immature views of a culture that publicly extols family values while privately undermining them. Taking care of family is the natural course of events in most societies. However, our nation of nursing homes and ‘assisted living’ facilities enables the economically advantaged […]

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