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Partial answer: Dr Harriet Hall has covered LLLT in an article on Skeptic magazine. To summarize, she writes that there is not enough evidence to support the claims. In her article, she quoted this study as follows: Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) has been proposed for a wide variety of uses, including wound healing, tuberculosis, and musculoskeletal ...


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There is a lot wrong with the whole thing here. For a start, when you try and find the original article allegedly written by Professor Kelley which is titled Case Studies of Destabilization and Delusions Described as Radio-wave Transmitted: Behavioral Implications Kathryn Kelley Department of Psychology, University of Albany, State University of New York ...


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Mithridatism is an actual practice that is possible with biologically complex poisons that react with the immune systems. The mechanism is similar to that of developing immune resistance to a disease or allergen, a matter of training the body to use the immune system to eliminate the poisonous compounds before they can harm you (or, in some cases, ...


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