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No other title describes better the extraordinary development of the pristine organization that in time would be named the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NIH represents pure American pride and ingenuity. Victoria Harden, in her well-researched biography of the NIH,1 pointed out a remark of Robert Bock from the American Societies of Experimental Biology in a newsletter to Representative HenryWaxman If we did not have NIH we would have to invent it. 2 Indeed, how truthful that statement has become, particularly as we recognize the great accomplishments of the NIHfor the country and the world as a whole. Scarcely anybody would have believed that the oneroom Hygienic Laboratory established in the Marine Hospital Service at Staten Island, New York, in 1887, with a budget of 300, would have reached the pinnacle that we are witnessing today. The NIH, which was officially recognized in 1948, had a gigantic budget of over 20 billion in 2001, with 75 buildings, 300 acres, and 27...
Check with your doctor before downing iron supplements or cereals fortified with 100 percent of your daily iron requirement, the Environmental Nutrition newsletter warns. Hemochromatosis, a common but often-undi-agnosed genetic defect affecting one in every 250 Americans, can lead to iron overload, an increased absorption of the mineral linked to arthritis, heart disease, and diabetes, as well as an increased risk of infectious diseases and cancer (viruses and cancer cells thrive in iron-rich blood).
The International Pelvic Pain Society runs the www.pelvicpain.org site, which has a calendar of events, membership information, a patient booklet, and copies of the society newsletter. According to the site, the society was incorporated to allow physicians, psychologists, physical therapists and basic scientists to coordinate, collect, and apply the therapies available for the millions of women with chronic pelvic pain.
So I started reading and learning as much as I could about health and diet. One thing led to another and soon I had a wealth of knowledge. I was like a shark on a feeding frenzy. I spared no expense on getting my hands on hard to find information. I now own several out-of-print books worth hundreds of dollars each. I have a huge library of books, manuals, reports, audio-tapes, videos etc. I subscribed to dozens of newsletters and even traveled the globe to listen to different speakers. I spent years and tens of thousands of dollars in my ultimate health-quest.