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Tuesday 3rd July 2007


Basic Computer User

ThinkFree finds an Office software ’sweet spot’ between Microsoft and Google
ThinkFree is picking up some Microsoft Office users who don’t want to move to Microsoft Office 2007, says ThinkFree chief executive T. J. Kang more

Beware of new “piggyback spam" campaign
"Piggyback spam" is the lastest technique to lure users into opening a malicous file in an attempt to extend botnet networks, warns security vendor Marshal. more

Robotic glove lets users feel images
Wearer can take hold of 3D images. more

FTC abandons Net Neutrality... more

Nearly 30,000 malicious Web sites appear each day
While researchers are simply getting better at finding the malicious sites, Sophos reports that hackers are increasingly turning to Web-borne malware -- in great numbers. more

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Advanced Computer User

What to do when Windows Vista crashes
Because Microsoft’s new operating system is bigger than its predecessors, it’s more of a pain to reinstall. Some backup, repair, and monitoring methods so you won’t have to, even if you encounter fatal startup errors... here

Automate Tasks at Shutdown
Windows has a Startup folder that lets you specify tasks to run when you start up your computer. But what if you want tasks to run before your computer shuts down? here

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Alternatives in Cancer Therapy - Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen Peroxide v. Prostate Cancer by Bill Munro (Oct. 14, 2005)

Hydrogen Peroxide Nasal Sprayer & Garden Applications by Bill Munro (Feb. 7, 2005)

Hydrogen Peroxide by Walter Grotz

An extract from the article “How I achieved optimum health after a lifetime of suffering" here

* Why I never microwave anything and I never use the following in my diet: sugar free products, canola oil, and soy products.

MICROWAVE: Recent research shows that microwave oven cooked food suffers severe molecular damage. When eaten, it causes abnormal changes in human blood and immune systems. Not surprisingly the public has been denied details on these significant health dangers.

SOY PRODUCTS: Contrary to popular belief that soy is a health food, evidence reveals that soy consumption has been linked to numerous disorders, including infertility, increased cancer and infantile leukemia, Type1 diabetes, and precocious puberty in children have been fed soy formula. (early maturation, such as breast development and menstruation as early as 6 years of age). Scientists have known for years that the isoflavones in soy products can depress thyroid function and cause goiters in otherwise healthy children and adults. A combined research team of Cornell University Medical College and Long Island Community Hospital medical experts have found that children who develop Type1 diabetes are twice as likely to have been fed soy formulas as those fed all other foods This confirms concerns based on animal studies raised in the 1980’s and 1990s by Health Canada researcher Dr Fraser Scott and led to the American Academy of Pediatrics issuing their warning to pediatricians against any use of soy based formulas.

SUGAR FREE PRODUCTS: According to researchers and physicians studying the adverse effects of Aspartame (Aspartame is the technical name for the brand names, NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure.), the following chronic illnesses can be triggered or worsened by ingesting of aspartame: Brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, chronic fatigue syndrome, parkinson’s disease, alzheimer’s, mental retardation, lymphoma, birth defects, fibromyalgia, and diabetes.

CANOLA OIL: Canola oil from the rape seed, referred to as the Canadian oil because Canada is mainly responsible for it being marketed in the USA The Canadian government and industry paid our Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA). $50 million dollars to have canola oil placed on the (GRAS) List “Generally Recognized As Safe". Thus a new industry was created. Laws were enacted affecting international trade, commerce, and traditional diets. Studies with lab. animals were disastrous. Rats developed fatty degeneration of heart, kidney, adrenals, and thyroid gland. When canola oil was withdrawn from their diets, the deposits dissolved but scar tissue remained on all vital organs. No studies on humans were made before money was spent to promote Canola oil in the USA.(visit http://www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/alert.htm for more consumer alert information).

Shirley Lipschutz-Robinson

When Doctors with Whom You Deal Try Psychological Assessment

Four males have reported to their general practitioners with medical problems, which include, skin cancer on the foot, a wart on the foot, a cist on the foot and fractured bones in the foot, only to be asked questions concerning their state of mental health, such as “Are you suffering from depression?” and “Would you say you’re extremely anxious?” when the patients presented to medical practitioners for genuine medical reasons, none of which had anything to do with their state of mind. The medical practitioners nonetheless managed to put a psychiatric ‘spin’ on matters. This situation would be merely irritating were it not for the fact that in at least one of those instances it is known for certain that adverse comments were made concerning the state of mind of one of the patients without any serious attempt to ascertain a medical cause. (It transpired that the conditions that were diagnosed as an extreme anxiety state were attributable to a side effect of the pain-killing drug Brufen.) Under such circumstances there is genuine potential for a problem should that person’s medical records be subpoenaed in legal proceedings or also in the case where that person applies to take out insurance, as that person can be deemed to be a poor mental health risk. The injustice is only compounded when one realises that the adverse comments were made on the basis of inaccurate information or psychiatric criteria that were formulated on methodological standards that fall well short of genuine scientific rigour. The anecdotal evidence also adds support to the contention that there is an agenda to screen the entire population for mental illness. The agenda to do this is outlined in the Plan for Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention.*

What is suggested under the circumstances described above is that the patient states politely but firmly “With respect Doctor, I’m here to see you about a medical problem. I do not answer psychological questions.” If the doctor persists then leave. Should the doctor threaten to schedule you, then walk out, ring the Health Care Complaints Commission. Note the name of the person to whom you speak and the details of that conversation, then send a confirmatory fax to the commission. Put in a complaint to the Commission. Contact the Citizens’ Commission on Human Rights on (02) 9211 –4787 (for Sydney) in order to ascertain your rights. Get legal advice as a matter of urgency.

Under the circumstances where a patient visits a medical practitioner and has adverse comments written on their records this fact may well not come to their attention, unless they receive access to letters written about them to the medical practitioner’s colleague or some third party. When these adverse comments do become known to the subject, the writer suggests that the following procedure be followed in order to create a contemporaneous administrative record. Firstly, the patient should swear or affirm a Statutory Declaration as to the effect of what was said, secondly the patient should append the letter or document that presents them in an unfavourable light, thirdly, the patient should write a polite letter to the hospital or medical practitioner expressing concern that adverse comments have been made concerning their state of mind on the basis of inaccurate information or misconstrued comments. It should be stated that what the patient said is to be found in the Statutory Declaration and politely requesting that a copy of the letter together with other relevant documents such as the Statutory Declaration be appended to their records. The patient should then keep a copy of the relevant material. In all cases, there is a pressing need to create a contemporaneous record to demonstrate that such diagnoses are contentious.

Rochelle Macredie ©
* This document provides the theoretical and conceptual framework and background for the National Action Plan for Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention. See here

Nurses launch national “Scrubs for SiCKO" campaign to endorse universal health care following Michael Moore’s film more

Hydrogen peroxide continues to bubble to the surface...
The Many Benefits of Hydrogen Peroxide

Three Girls Died, Others Hospitalized, After HPV Vaccine
This deadly vaccine should not be made a mandatory requirement for young girls. more

Julie used to suffer from frequent migraines until she gave up tea, coffee, sugar and most carbs
The Natural Way to Rid Yourself of a Migraine Headache
Why use dangerous drugs when there are easy, simple, effective and inexpensive options? more

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Good for a giggle... here

Here’s a link to sign a petition regarding religious freedom here

If you are consuming “sugar-free" food and drinks please read this article: Aspartame found to cause breast cancer, leukemia and lymphomas in latest animals experiments

Do you know what your purpose is?
Your life goal and how to get there?
If you don’t know what your personal goal or basic purpose is, if you do not have a specific, detailed plan that you are actively working on to accomplish it then I wholeheartedly recommend you catch Mr Peter Simpson on one of the two rare occasions when he is in Sydney.

I wouldn’t say that Peter is the other end of the scale from the rah-rah, pump and hype motivational speaker because that would imply that he is boring. Which he is not. In fact, you will probably be riveted by the content of his presentation. It’s just that he is a very laid back presenter. He relies on the quality of his content to produce the ah-ha! moments rather than the hype and buzz to create an inflated high that you lose in two days. In fact, I should call him Mr Substance (as against froth and bubble) but the word now has a negative connotation by association with abuse (substance abuse). Mr Content maybe?

But I digress...

I have known Peter for over 20 years, from when I lived in Melbourne. He likes to tell the story of the first consulting gig he did that I set up for him back in 1987. He’s been a management consultant ever since, to everything from one man businesses to giant multi-nationals.

So he is coming to Sydney and I wanted to let you know about it before the seats are all taken. Such is his reputation with the people who know of him that the attendees overflowed the venue at the last speaking engagement he did in Sydney.

His two Sydney appearances are Tuesday 24th July and Tuesday 14th August from 6:45 pm to 10:00 pm at the Balmain Leagues Club, 138-152 Victoria Road, Rozelle NSW.

If you would like more information reply back to me and I will email you a flyer and registration form. Over to you...

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