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1999 - John R. Lee, M.D. Medical Letter Back Issues
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The New PREmenopause book
Prostate Cancer and Hormones
Dr. Lee's Healthy Prostate Program
Fen-Phen Users Aren't Getting Better
Study Shows Pyrethroids Have Estrogen Effects
Cut the Sugar, Cut the Heart Disease
Oral B12 Works Well for Pernicious Anemia
Interview with Dr. David Zava on Teenage Girls, Hormone Balance and Birth Control Pills
Is Prometrium Affected by the Liver?
When Is Breast Cancer not Really Breast Cancer?
How to Find Estriol
Hard Copy - 1999 January
Text Version - 1999 January
SPECIAL REPORT: The Selling of Fluoridation in America
Good Reasons to Avoid Fluoride
Douche with Caution
Homocysteine Implicated in Alzheimer's
Another Comeback to the FDA
Insomnia and Anxiety
Should You Take Raloxifene?
Hormones and Blood Clots
MS and Progesterone
Hard Copy - 1999 February
Text Version - 1999 February
Three nice letters about pap smears, pregnancy and candida.
The Role of Thyroid in the Hormonal Orchestra: Is your low thyroid really low or is it just blocked?
Other Thyroid Blockers
A Tomato a Day Keeps the Cancer Away
Do Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs Increase Breast Cancer Risk?
It's Official: Vietnam Vets Were Harmed by Agent Orange
Interview with Jerilynn Prior, M.D. on What Makes Your Ovaries Tick
Progesterone Dosages and Cycles
Dosage Directions for the Compounding Pharmacist
Is the Fluoride Level in Your Municipal Water Safe?
Permission to Copy the Fluoride Article from Feburary 99
A New Study Showing that Progesterone Stops Harmful Changes in Cholesterol
Hard Copy - 1999 March
Text Version - 1999 March
Outrageous Examples of Hormone Imbalance: How to tell if your hormones are out of balance and how they get that way.
The Dance of the Minerals: As minerals enter and exit cells, fluid balance ebbs and flows. (And do you really need to avoid salt or are you just potassium and magnesium deficient?)
Irritants in Cosmetics
Is Jet Lag Related to Cortisol Deficiency?
Drugs that Cause Vitamin Deficiencies
Interview: Researcher of the Month Willam J.M. Hrushesky, M.D. Biological Cycles and Cancer Outcomes
St. Luke's Osteoporosis and Progesterone Cream Study (Why Dr. Weil is misinformed.)
Another Study Shows that Conventional HRT (Premarin and
Provera) Do Not Benefit Women with Heart Disease.
Depo Provera Causes Bone Loss ni Young Women (At a time in life when they should be building it.)
Hard Copy - 1999 April
Text Version - 1999 April
Announcing John R. Lee M.D.s Commonsense Guide to a Healthy Heart, a new booklet on preventing and healing heart disease.
Part I: Xenohormones and Your Health: Unseen, Unknown and Damaging, We can no longer ignore the effects on our children.
How to Reduce the Xenohormones in Your Environment
Interview: David Smallbone, M.D. from England, Insights about Osteoporosis and Endometriosis from a British Physician
More Reasons not to Take Fosamax
Its Time to Question Routine Vitamin K Shots in
In Sweden Mammograms Dont Reduce Breast Cancer
Changes in Ovaries after Tubal Ligation
Brown Spots and Cortisol Deficiency
Progesterone Cream Cures a Cracking Choir Voice
Testosterone Cream for Lichen Sclerosis
Hard Copy - 1999 May
Text Version - 1999 May
Does HRT Really Improve Memory? Don't Believe Everything You Hear on the TV News
The Truth About Estrogen and the Brain
Xenohormones Part II: Rounding Up the Usual Suspects
Natural Pest Control
Vitamin E's Effects on Breast Cells
An Irritant in Soaps and Shampoos
Europeans Reject Estrogen-Laced Beef from the U.S.
Avoid Nightshade Plants Before Surgery
How to Protect Your Vision with Nutrition: Interview with Marc Rose, M.D.
Abnormal Pap Smears · Progesterone and Antidepressants
What Do Sore Nipples Mean in an Elderly Lady?
Uterine Fibroids, Progesterone and Stress
Eggs Are Good For You
The Progesterone Research Institute
Hard Copy - 1999 June
Text Version - 1999 June
Spin Doctoring Medical Information and How it Misleads the Consumer
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS
More Fluid Intake = Less Bladder Cancer
Breast-Fed Babies Have Less Asthma
Prevent Fractures with Exercise, Drug Monitoring
Yes, Water Bottles Do Leach Toxins
Wake-Up Call About Depo-Provera
Blood Clots and Progesterone
Low Sperm Count
Little-Known Risk Factors for Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer and Cell Proliferation Caused by Hormones
Looking for Participants for a New Research Study on PMS and Progesterone
Hard Copy - 1999 July
Text Version - 1999 July
Big News on the Fluoride Front: Two Renowned Fluoride
Scientists Change Positions from Proponents of Fluoridation to Opponents
Douse Your Heartburn by Treating the Cause
Causes of Heartburn
A Source of Hormone-Free Meat
Studies Show that Endometrial Cancer is Not Inherited
Too Much Lead Causes Tooth Decay
Drinking Milk Doesnt Do a Body Good: Another Risk Factor for Ovarian Cancer
Resensitization of Breast Cells by Progesterone after Breast Cancer?
Response to Prevention Magazines Article on Progesterone and Osteoporosis
More on Depo-Provera
Women in Labor Who Fail to Dilate: Some Possible Causes
Interview: Researcher Dr. Ercole Cavalieri on Tracking Down the Origins of Cancer
Hard Copy - 1999 August
Text Version - 1999 August
The Raloxifene Spin: grasping at straws to promote Evista.
Strokes: Like heart attacks, brain attacks are preventable when you have a little knowledge.
Sex hormones and stroke risk.
What prevents strokes.
Gerber goes organic.
Is your doctor using you in a drug experiment? Just say No to new drugs.
Dont celebrate Celebrex prematurely.
A district court pulls the plug on breast cancer claims for raloxifene.
Interview with Dr. Dean Raffelock on liver function and hormone balance.
The FDA pulls the plug on a progesterone cream.
Irregular periods can be due to irregular dosing.
Gels vs. cream: absorption is not an issue.
Hard Copy - 1999 September
Text Version - 1999 September
Parathyroid hormone and osteoporosis.
Alcohol as Medicine: It depends on the individual and on the dose.
How Estrogen and Progesterone Affect Blood Vessels Preganancy and Aromatherapy: a caution.
Is Your Incontinence Caused by Drugs?
Atrazine in the Water Supply.
Another Source of Hormone-Free Meat.
Interview with David K. Shefrin on how poor adrenal function affects the rest of the body.
Progesterone, prolactin and the pituitary.
Cervical disease and the HPV virus.
Progesterone and peripheral neuropathy.
Estradiol is good for the heart in the right amount.
Hard Copy - 1999 October
Text Version - 1999 October
Whole Foods, Vitamin E and Your Health
Beware the Endless Search for Designer Estrogens
Fiber, Fat and Heart Disease (fiber is more important )
Nifedipine is a Male Contraceptive
New Low Dose Contraceptive Pills Have Higher Risk of Blood Clots
The High Price of a Green Lawn and Bug-Free Home (Pesticides raise risk of breast cancer.)
Inoculations May be An Rx for Disaster (Getting a vaccination for your child should not be an automatic yes.)
Testosterone and Prostate Cancer
Saying No to Drugs Makes This Woman Healthy
Again Do Anti-Perspirants Contribute to Breast Cancer?
Getting Pregnant with Progesterone and Vitex
HRT and Pill Increase Cancer Risk
Progesterone, Progestins and the Heart: More Evidence Against Progestins
Hard Copy - 1999 November
Text Version - 1999 November
Banish Fear of the New Millenium (And Celebrate the Solstice)
YO! SOY (A Cautionary Tale): Eat Fermented Soy Foods in Moderation
Remember CoQ10 for Gum Disease
Obesity is Associated with Fibroids (and up to 80% of U.S. women have them)
Another Reason Why Americans Love their Coffee
Feds Ask Manufacturers to Remove Mercury from Vaccinations
Interview with George Gillson, M.D., Ph.D. on a Promising New Treatment for MS
A Bad Reaction to Augmentin, an Antibiotic
Bavarian Farmers Wonder if Hormone-Laden American Cows Suffer from PMS
More Thoughts on Vaccinations and Antibodies
Hard Copy - 1999 December
Text Version - 1999 December
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