Posts Tagged "heavy metal"

Number of children with autism now 1 in 50, says CDC

Posted on Mar 26, 2013 in Autism

In a report published Wednesday, The Center for Disease Control now estimates that 1 in 50 children have autism, much higher than previously thought. The CDC released a report a year ago estimating 1 in 88 American children has a form of autism spectrum disorder – neurodevelopmental disorders that lead to impaired language, communication and social skills. The report looked at medical and educational records of all 8 year-olds living in 14 areas of the United States during 2008. However, a new study of the year 2012, 1 in 50 kids between the ages of 6 and 17 has some form of autism,...

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Liquid Mercury Found in Hong Kong Canned Meat

Posted on Aug 6, 2010 in Uncategorized

by Rory Harrington Food authorities in Hong Kong have raised the alarm that up to 48,000 cans of pork luncheon meat contaminated with liquid mercury could be on the market in the territory. The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) said up to1,000 cases of Greatwall Brand Chopped Pork and Ham may be tainted with the substance. The agency said it became aware of the problem after a complaint that one of the 340g tins contained 0.4g of silvery droplets that were later confirmed to be the toxic metal. Following the announcement, the body said it had run tests on 13 more samples of the same product of...

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Ask Dr. Buttar an Autism/Heavy Metal Question

Posted on Jan 22, 2009 in Announcements, Autism

If you had 30 seconds to ask Dr. Rashid A. Buttar one question about Autism or Heavy Metal Toxicity, what would your single most important question be? Ask your Question at Questions will be answered during a live teleconference on Wednesday, February 25th at 6:00 PM.

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Heavy Metal Toxicity Treatment

Posted on Nov 7, 2008 in Uncategorized

This is the story of Shin Nicholas who was developmentally delayed due to Heavy Metal Toxicity. This is his amazing story of recovery with treatments from Dr. Rashid A. Buttar.

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Heavy Metal Eating "Superworms"

Posted on Oct 23, 2008 in Heavy Metals

Newly evolved “superworms” that feast on toxic waste could help cleanse polluted industrial land, a new study says. These hardcore heavy metal fans, unearthed at disused mining sites in Britain and Wales, devour lead, zinc, arsenic, and copper. The earthworms excrete a slightly different version of the metals, making them easier for plants to suck up. Harvesting the plants would leave cleaner soil behind. “These worms seem to be able to tolerate incredibly high concentrations of heavy metals, and the metals seem to be driving their evolution,” said lead researcher...

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