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April 2010 / 4 posts found

Critical Thinking 101 – Spotting Fact Imposters

by Dr. David Gruder

Just as today's U.S. food supply is dominated by fake food, today's U.S. fact supply is dominated by fake facts. Just as most of us eat massive amounts of fake food without regard for how ill it is making us individually, most of us swallow massive amounts of fake facts without regard for how ill they are making us as a society. Just as health self-responsibility starts with learning how to distinguish between fake food and real food, social responsibility starts with learning how to distinguish fake facts from real facts.

Listen to Dr. Gruder on April 11 2010 at 11:00am EDT

by Dr. David Gruder

Tune in over the internet to the EZHelp, You and More Radio Show on Sunday April 11, 2010 at 11:00AM EST to hear David interviewed about how to create your personal health reform plan. He will be asked about his perspective on what real health reform entails and will explain why we don't need to wait for government or businesses to change in order to implement our own personal health reform plan. You'll learn more in 20 minutes than most health professionals teach their clients/patients.

Don’t Let the FDA Ban a Natural Form of Vitamin B-6

by Dr. David Gruder

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently considering a petition filed by a pharmaceutical company that is requesting a ban on dietary supplements containing pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (P5P), a bio-active and natural form of vitamin B6.

Integrity Analysis: Support Swells for Slain Marine’s Father

by Dr. David Gruder

When Freedom of Speech Collides with Human Decency: Picketers Disrupt Dead Soldier’s Funeral; Court Then Demeans Father for Suing Disrupters

You may have been following the story about Albert Synder. He is the father of Marine, Lance Corporal Matthew Snyder, who had been killed in Iraq. He sued picketers for disrupting his son's funeral and burial. After winning, an appeals court not only reversed the lower court's decision; they also required Mr. Snyder to pay part of the picketers' appeal costs.