Triclosan: and EDC-classified molecule
Don’t forget that acronym: EDC. It stands for “endocrine disrupting compound.” A new University of Michigan study suggests that exposure to an EDC substance called triclosan, found in antibacterial soaps and other products like diaper bags and toothpaste, may be linked to higher instances of allergies among young people age [...]
Just when you thought you’d heard everything about avoiding germs and staying healthy during the holidays, along comes an update from CBS Sunday Morning. I should have posted this last week when it ran, but now is better than never. The hand washing part reminds me of one of my good high school friends. [...]
…before I left, the doc asked if I wanted a flu shot. I told him I probably should but passed because I just want to keep my immune balancing supplement regimen going by itself and and see how that continues to work. “What’s that?” he asked. I told him about EpiCor and how I’ve avoid [...]
My wife and I are excited. Our college freshmen twins are coming home for the Thanksgiving holiday tonight. No classes next week, so they are here for 10 days. Since we found ourselves empty as nesters practically overnight last August, this “homecoming” is something we’ve been looking forward to. That empty nest thing is an [...]
Were you or a loved one waiting in a line last weekend to buy the latest “Call of Duty: Black Ops” computer game?
They were lining up for their addictive substance: Black Ops
If so, I would not be surprised, as this game generated $360 million in sales over the weekend. That’s more than [...]
If you’ve thought about trying EpiCor, now might be a good time to do it for the right price…free.
A women’s consumer Web site call SheKnows offers up free product trials for people who register on the site and complete a “key word” game.
Just go the the EpiCor page on SheKnows and start the [...]
NPR had a story this week on the cold season, and why some people never get sick while everyone around them is suffering from the winter crud (or spring crud or fall crud). While there is nothing really surprising here, it’s always good to hear that newer research is confirming some established wisdom on the [...]