Wednesday, March 21, 2012


From: Trout, Larry R


This study doesn’t appear to explain why aspirin helps, but just establishes a correlation.

I would assume the reduction of inflammation helps the body respond to cancer and heart disease.


From: Coffey, John R


One thing that troubles me about this is that I don’t think that we get cancer because we have an aspirin deficiency.  If I am correct, then I wonder what else is deficient in our diet that makes us need aspirin to keep us healthy?     


From: Robert


I started taking those baby aspirins 81mg about a year or more ago.


From: Coffey, John


Friday, March 9, 2012

Coke, Pepsi changing their caramel

In other words, you have a reason to be nervous?   - John

From: Trout, Larry R


‘The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said at the time it was reviewing the group's petition but stressed that the drinks were still safe. An FDA spokesman said a person would have to drink "well over a thousand cans of soda a day to reach the doses administered in the studies that have shown links to cancer in rodents".’

Coke, Pepsi changing their caramel,0,6389104.story