- Ephedra and all the rest
- Diet patches
- Body Solutions and Calorad
- GBL Alerts
- Creatine monohydrate
- A computer consultant with no medical training who runs the Cancer Care Research Group in Ottawa. Tyrell Dueck the 13 year old boy who was lured to a quack cancer clinic in Tijuana through the efforts of a chiropractor and an evangelical lawyer. His tragic story explains why he might still be alive today.
A Canadian doctor and Buffalo, NY guru who tell you that they know the truth about illness and disease, and use a bogus biofeedback device to rip you off.
An American dentist and religious fundamentalist who combines evangelical furvor, anti-vaccine rhetoric, and conspiracy theories in a massive attack at reality.
- Pediatric chiropractic promoters train each other at weekend courses at hotels, even though there is no evidence that any chiropractic treatment works for infants and/or kids.
- Lana Dale Lewis - A woman strokes out and dies after chiropractic neck manipulation. It takes coroner's inquest nearly two years, and the family waited 7 years to finally find the real cause of her death.
- Radiologists refuse to do chiropractic x-rays for children under 18 yrs.
- The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College fails in their bid to become part of York University
- Why has it taken nearly a decade to move against any chiropractors for their anti-vaccine position?
- How much training does your chiropractic assistant have, and are they insured?
Bolen's interview on Christine McPhee's radio program launched an intensive HealthWatcher.net investigation. Tim Bolen's rants and libelous comments were, in our opinion, used to coerce others to do his bidding. He single-handedly composed letters that were copied and forwarded to numerous government agencies, including the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. He and others, including Canadian health freedom activists like Helke Ferrie, Christine McPhee, Wayne Obie, Trueman Tuck, Chris Gupta, Alive Magazine editors, nutraceutical makers, and others have furthermore jumped into the fray to do battle with Dr. Polevoy. The legal battle centered in Oakland, California, may eventually end up in the U.S. Supreme Court.
The issues are basically that the people in control of the Hulda Clark "corporate image", who help to market the multi-million dollar a year collection of inventions, formulas, and books don't want to give up the fight. If they continue to sell products, books, tapes, and devices without successful intervention by the FDA, or the FTC, then perhaps it will be the courts that will end up putting them out of business.
Legal commentary on recent Appeals Court decsion -
Ilena Rosenthal posts thousands of messages each year. Hundreds of them have been about her favorite targets, Dr. Terry Polevoy and Dr. Stephan Barrett. She refuses to admit that her posts and comments are in fact defamatory. Her obsession with always having the last word in any Google Group discussion has made her the laughing stock of the internet.
- Why does the sunbed industry escape regulation and lie about the harmful effects of artificial tanning?
- What is your real risk for skin cancer, and other cancers if you continue to go to tanning parlors?
- How does the industry use teenagers to addict them to tanning beds? What is "tanorexia?
- How you can file lawsuits against the sunbed industry if you have been injured.
- Why does the sunbed industry pay medical researchers to protect their turf?
- Why did the governor of California become the spokesperson for the sunbed industry?
Kidz Play Thousands of children die in accidents each year in North America. What role do parents or other adults play in those tragic deaths, and what can be done to reduce those "accidents".