Category: L.A. Times

New on Bee Colony Collapse

July 29th, 2013, No Comments

The L.A. Times is reporting that 35 different pesticides have been found in pollen which contribute heavily to the disruption of the natural immune system of bees. The list is impressive and, as always, this blogger advises readers to test their own homes and offices for pesticide residues or other suspicious toxicants. Reduce your risk […]

Healthier Air Quality in Your Home – A Lifestyle Choice Indeed!

August 7th, 2009, No Comments

The American Medical Association informs us that our rates of poor health in this country are highly correlated with ‘life-style’. That message really refers to choices in diet, exercise and personal habits like drinking or smoking. Yet, that is just the tip of the iceberg if we really look at the science and listen to […]

Start with These Pests

March 10th, 2004, No Comments

To the Editor, All humor aside, this editorial is based upon an oxymoron – the “ethical” testing of poisons upon healthy humans solely for the purpose of maximizing profits for an industry that clings to the unsafe technologies of a profitable past. The chemicals they want to test (e.g. Dursban, Diazanon), have already been banned […]

Don’t Wait for Cancer!

October 13th, 2003, 1 Comment

To the Editor, There is a flaw in the issues brought before the courts by victims of cancer due to industrial contaminants. Mr. Menn’s article, (“Case Targets High-Tech Manufacturing“, 10/13/03), flirts with this truth, quoting two litigants who suffered signs of neurological damage (e.g. vision disturbances, headaches, blackouts) while still employed at IBM. They were […]

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