Copper Amalgam and Norwegian Dental Health Personnel
Copper amalgams, consisting 60-70% mercury (Hg) and 30-40% copper (Cu) (1, 2), were used very commonly in Norway for children with caries – allegedly because they were thought to inhibit the development of new caries. But they were used in a way making them far more dangerous for dental health personnel than other types of […]
Medical Geology: An Emerging Discipline in Environmental and Human Health
Olle Selinus, PhD Former geologist at the Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU), and now Associated Professor at Linneaus University in Kalmar, Sweden. Board member of CONEM. Medical geology is the science dealing with the influence of geology on the distribution of health in humans and animals. Medical geology is a rapidly growing discipline that has the […]
Serum Zinc and Copper Levels in Autistic Children
In collaboration with Chinese researchers, Geir Bjørklund investigated the serum levels of zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) in 60 Chinese children with autism (48 boys, 12 girls) and a control group of 60 healthy sex-matched and age-matched individuals. The researchers also evaluated the severity of autism using the Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS) score. The mean […]
Dental Amalgam and Nanotechnology (Lecture)
This is a lecture by the German medical doctor Joachim Mutter about dental amalgam and nanotechnology. It was held at the 4th Anti-Censorship-Conference (Anti-Zensur-Koalition) – 27. Juni 2009 in Widnau, Schweiz. Dr. Mutter is a CONEM-member.
Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency Syndrome
Imre Zs-Nagy, MD is professor emeritus and retired head of the Department of Gerontology at the University of Debrecen Medical School (Hungary). He is founding editor of the Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics (published by Elsevier). In this short video from 2009, professor Zs-Nagy talks about human growth hormone and aging. He suggests that aging may […]
More Than an Apple a Day: Preventing the Most Common Diseases (Lecture)
Michael Greger, MD presents in this lecture the latest in cutting-edge research on how a healthy diet can affect some of our most common medical conditions. Dr. Greger is a CONEM member.
A Psychiatrist’s Perspective on Antidepressants
Kelly Brogan, MD is a holistic women’s health psychiatrist in New York who believes in root-cause resolution of symptoms over pharma-driven disease-management. In this short video, she talks about four principal tenets that may undermine your current understanding of the efficacy and safety of antidepressant medication. Dr. Brogan is a CONEM member.