Cholesterol Medication Causing Memory Loss, Toxic Teflon and A Corporation Tries to Own Water

Hi everybody,

Here are a few quick tidbits…

CHOLESTEROL MEDICATION & MEMORY LOSS- Although denied by the pharmaceutical companies, more and more people are complaining of major memory loss (sometimes complete) from taking cholesterol drugs like Lipitor and Zocor. An astronaut-physician named Duane Graveline has now written a book on the subject entitled “Statin Drugs: Side Effects and the Misguided War on Cholesterol” (available on the web at www.spacedoc.net) He himself suffered major memory loss from those medications.

TEFLON- A group of scientific advisers for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) voted unanimously to approve a recommendation that a chemical used in the making of Teflon and other non-stick and stain-resistant products should be labeled as a likely carcinogen (cancer causing substance). Teflon and other non-stick coatings have been banned in other countries due to toxicity.

BOLIVIA vs BECHTEL- A major battle was recently fought over a basic human necessity – water. A large company called the Bechtel Corporation evidently made a deal with the Bolivian government to somehow take ownership of the water supply there, and charge its citizens for its use. Within weeks of the takeover, the company raised water costs by 50% and even made it illegal to collect rainwater, which they also claimed they owned and wanted money for. The already poverty-stricken citizens revolted and forced the Bechtel Corporation out of the country. Good for them.

Hope this helps,

Dr Matt and Dr Robin
mattandrobin@yahoo.com (email)

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