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    Aluminum and Your Health

    Aluminium Adjuvants in Vaccines

    Posted by Professor Chris Exley on Apr 14, 2017

    Originially published in The Hippocratic Post on April 12th, 2017

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    The Health Impact of Today's Most Prevalent Environmental Toxin

    Posted by Celeste McGovern on Mar 14, 2017 | in Aluminum, alzheimer's, breast cancer, infertility

    Troubling Research Revealed at 12th Keele Conference on Aluminum

     Every other year, for more than two decades, a small group of 70 or so scientists have been meeting at different locales across the globe to discuss their speciality: aluminum and its effects on living things.

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    Understanding the Dangers of Aluminum

    Posted by Claire Dwoskin on Mar 06, 2017 | in vaccine safety studies, Aluminum, alzheimer's

    Aluminum is, without question, the “King of Metals.” It’s unparalleled combination of strength, lightness, and versatility allow it to be used in nearly limitless applications, from space shuttle construction to children’s candy coating. It is naturally abundant and easily recyclable. And yet, there is a fine line between a king and a tyrant. Aluminum has entrenched itself in human daily routine and shows no signs of relinquishing its hold on our global economy. As a result, the dangers of aluminum are often swept under the rug.

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    A Preview of Speakers at the 12th Keele Meeting on Aluminum

    Posted by Claire Dwoskin on Mar 03, 2017

    Keele 2017 will bring aluminium researchers together from over 16 countries to disseminate their research and to encourage new research in the field of aluminium and living things.

    The use of aluminium in our everyday lives is burgeoning. The research presented at this meeting is essential to our ability to effectively and safely avoid possible detriments to human health as a result of Earth's most abundant metal.

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    Lead, Iron, Chromium and Other Metals Routinely Contaminate Vaccine Adjuvants, Industry Study Reports

    Posted by Celeste McGovern on Feb 10, 2017

    Metals linked to brain damage and IQ deficits are detected in every adjuvant sample

    Metals including toxic lead contaminate virtually all aluminum adjuvants, a widely-used ingredient of human and animal vaccines, according to a recent study published in the leading journal of the vaccine industry.

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    Aluminum readily apparent in Alzheimer’s disease brain tissue

    Posted by Claire Dwoskin on Jan 20, 2017

    Aluminum is neurotoxic, but the average consumer might be forgiven for not knowing about the metal’s health dangers. This is because mainstream websites routinely dismiss questions about whether aluminum is a risk factor for neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD), labeling aluminum’s possible role as either “controversial” or a “myth” without scientific merit. The not-for-profit Alzheimer’s Association, for example, asserts that “studies have failed to confirm any role for aluminum in causing Alzheimer’s.” The Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry (ATSDR), the federal public health agency responsible for “using the best science” to provide “trusted health information to prevent harmful exposures and diseases related to toxic substances,” is slightly cagier, stating that “We do not know for certain that aluminum causes Alzheimer’s disease” but also admitting that “it is possible that [aluminum] may play a role” in AD development.

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