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Super B-Complex - High Strength B Vitamins & Vitamin C with folate, 60 tablets
Super B-Complex - High Strength B Vitamins & Vitamin C with folate, 60 tablets
Price: £10.01

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Affordable, useful and relevent to depleted immune system illnesses., 26 Jun. 2016
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I rate this product 5 stars for those living with chronic ill health conditions associated with immune dysfunction, such as ME and Chronic Lyme disease which is now at epidemic levels. I take these tablets in addition to multivitamins and Vitamin D for a 'boost' in energy. They are high strength, but tiny and low profile, as in very easy to swallow. For me personally, this is a must due to neurological problems swallowing. In addition although high dose, they are not exceptionally high meaning you can spread the dosage if you wish and take 2 a day, or just take 1. I take 1 and have no side effects at all which is rare for me. I've always been deficient in Vitamin B6 with ME, and Vitamin B12 is also useful for energy. The amount stated on the pot might seem excessive but as B12 is poorly absorbed by the stomach (hence people have injections) it needs to be high when taken in tablet form. In conclusion I would say this is a very good product, affordable and from a reliable company, who is pro ME friendly and on that basis I rate it highly because it can be taken alongside the two other main supplements people with ME really need to consider (Fish oil & Co Enzyme Q10 which Igennus also make).


Bosch AR22U - AR21U - QF19504 Front AeroTwin Windscreen Flat Wiper Blades 22" + 21"
Bosch AR22U - AR21U - QF19504 Front AeroTwin Windscreen Flat Wiper Blades 22" + 21"

5.0 out of 5 stars Quality product that updates older vehicles to modern standards., 30 Aug. 2015
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A nice upgrade to 'old fashioned' wipers, on older cars. Definitely improves vision and looks more sleek.


Philips A5PRO/00 DJ Headphones (3500mW RMS, Sensitivity: 105dB, Cable up to 4.7m, Gold-Plated) Including Replaceable Ear Cushions and Innovative Folding Mechanism Black
Philips A5PRO/00 DJ Headphones (3500mW RMS, Sensitivity: 105dB, Cable up to 4.7m, Gold-Plated) Including Replaceable Ear Cushions and Innovative Folding Mechanism Black
Price: £201.13

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The headphone equivalent of a Pioneer CDJ, without the perfection. Ideal for club set up, not home use., 30 Aug. 2015
These were a present to me. As such I can review them without any influence from other reviews I may have read.

Opening them up on first view, undoubtedly, they are quality product. Listening to them, excellent sonically, but perhaps not as astounding as the hype train may claim, perhaps due to the endorsement of celebrity? I wasn't blown away, I'd actually say as a total package, I'd say they're no better than Sennheiser HD25-SP II, with less bass at low volumes.

First, the good points:

+ Crisp sound and they go very loud without distortion, louder than the Sennheiser. A perfect headphone for DJ ing. I would even suggest if you can tolerate the comfort problem, there is no better headphone on the market for DJ ing.

+ Very strong build quality, much less plastic than competition. Will clearly last over time. Looks quality, and you can have some 'pride' being seen with them, if that's what you want.

- Poor overall comfort with prolonged listening sessions due to headband design fault. This is caused by the stitched leather (nice) has a gap underneath that is not filled in for reasons I cannot fathom. Perhaps to access the exposed brass head screws on the underside? Either way this gap prevents the full width of the headband coming in contact with your head! Thus, other than the rim (edge) of the headband, you mostly only have air between the top of your head and the band. This is remedied by buying some sticky foam strip and cutting to length. For the price, this is a bit silly, and someone should have thought about this. Maybe it's only a problem for people with bald heads, or very short hair? I would imagine with lots of hair, it would be less of a problem.

- Ear cushions,(for those who wear glasses) have potential to 'cut' into the side of your head. I think this is because the factory spec ear cushions aren't tall enough, and thus your ears don't fit inside the headphone cushion, causing some squashing effect - odd as I have little ears. This can be remedied with some success with the optional 110mm ear cups (studio) which I had to buy to make them wearable for anything other than short DJ sets. They cost another £30 at the time of review, which is a little steep for a bit of fabric.

- After the plastic pint size Sennheiser HD-25 SP II, they felt too heavy, and cumbersome. This is personal preference, but you can definitely feel them hang off your head, rather than wrap around them and after a while you get fatigued by the pulling down sensation. The added weight of the leather headband doesn't help, as well as the metal parts. Catch 22: Build a strong premium product like this with parts that ups the weight, or keep to plastic to have better comfort, but it feels cheap. The only fix would be to use carbon fibre instead of aluminium, but then the price would double at least.

Conclusion:

Robustly made DJ headphones, with a clever 3.5mm jack on the cord that won't pull out during a DJ set if you accidentally 'tug'. Excellent clarity, if you can tolerate a tight grip sensation, ideal for DJ ing that demands isolation from your from environment.

As a headphone I only take out to DJ, I'd probably by them again, or some big unwieldy Pioneers. However,if you want to sit at home on your PC and listen to 'tunes' in between DJ ing (such as in the studio), they are too tight in my experience and you'll need the optional 110mm 'studio' ear cushions - yes, ironic. With the 110m cushions,these are much more comfortable, but you'll get some leakage of sound as they are looser and the cost is too much for such a tiny part (optional extra).

All in all, 4/5 stars due to the small design faults that shouldn't happen at this price.


Philips PCU110 Professional DJ Headphones with Ear Cushions
Philips PCU110 Professional DJ Headphones with Ear Cushions

4.0 out of 5 stars Brings comfort to those who find the standard A5 Pro ear cups too tight., 30 Aug. 2015
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For what they're meant to do (replace standard ear cups for greater comfort), they do the job well.

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Sonically, they aren't as good as the factory, sound wise as there is now more leakage. In my view, the factory ear cups the A5 Pro ships with are too tight (other than for short DJ sets, short as in 30 mins to 1hr). This is a trade off, for wanting more comfort, and a prolonged listening time.

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The material is a soft velvety texture which I prefer, not the same as the factory spec cups which is more rubberised like all other headphones on the market. I don't know if you could call this a 'premium' material, but they now feel and look nice.

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The downside to this is longevity. If you don't treat them well, they won't last. In essence you'll have to store them in the bag the A5-Pro came with, or just be gentle putting them on the desk and avoid any spills for drinks etc.

In conclusion, no complaints, other than the price and for that reason they're getting a 4/5 star rating.


Thief (PS4)
Thief (PS4)
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Price: £19.95

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An excellent stealth game for the console connoisseur - with caveats., 12 Aug. 2015
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Some people say this game 'sucks', and others love it. Like all games, your experience is totally subjective and thus bias, so it's best to play it expecting nothing other than what you're experiencing, rather than what you hoped to. What Thief does require is patience and the right mindset to get really engrossed in the atmosphere of sneaking around bopping people with a club, and then searching around without being spotted when doing so. To some, that really is boring, to others,it's a challenge.

To enjoy Thief, you first have to not purchase it presuming it's going to be like it's assumed competitor, 'Dishonored'. Firstly, Thief is a totally different game where 'fighting' is very brief and in which you don't have supernatural powers. This game is all about stealth, end of debate. On that basis it can become tiresome, but the tiresome for some is enjoyable stealth for others.

What surprised me most about this game, is having played it on PC first, I instantly took a shine to it on the PS4. On the PC I found the controls clumsy and the character movement too slow, i.e it was obvious it was 'designed for console'. On a slower controller input PS4 (due to the thumbsticks on the joypad which are never as accurate as mouse), the clunky slowed down 'triangle button' cues on the screen no longer felt lethargic and 'in the way' as they did on the PC, but spot on. Rather than giving up with Thief before the 1st level (as I had on the PC), I spent hours and hours carefully backtracking all my steps (to checked for missed loot and hidden areas) and then progressing onto the next level on master difficulty. I thus really enjoyed the game, much to my surprise as I'd dismissed it as rather unplayable on the PC. What also enjoyed is how long it lasted. I think I spent over 60 hours. If you play it every day, that's around 2 months worth of time on one game, I'd call that great value.

Some have commented the graphics are dreadful. This is silly, the lighting, smoke/mist effects are all top notch with fantastic detail. Yes, it's not all perfect (sometimes too dark) and sometimes there is some delay in loading some textures (looks unpolished in places) but if you're into the game you can forgive this as a 'quirk', because for a few seconds criticism, comes hours of planning not to get spotted by the very vocal guards, and of course, avoiding them when they come running at you.

All in all, this is a great game. Some of the levels are truly great, others look a bit botched together in terms of how they 'flow' (the story line of Erin is peculiar and doesn't really work), but the game itself, in what it promises to offer and actually does, is very entertaining if and only if you're committed to the Thief experience (little to no combat, and running away and hiding).

I didn't give this a 5 Star, because of the in-game MAP. It is very confusing, because none of the 'Chapters' are labelled. This means at the end of the game, when you have completed all the Chapters you cannot remember where the door ways are to re-visit them, to gather more money, to buy more upgrades to try and collect all the Trophies, which you can collect just for the hell of it, or to show on your PS4 account to your friends. I don't know why the game designers did this, maybe it as at first to add a layer of intrigue of really feeling 'lost' and wandering around the city finding endless (and I mean endless!) door ways and corridors and grates to open and crawl through. That's fine, but as I mentioned, after you've completed the chapters, it's hard to remember where the door ways are (glowing spheres of light) to return to previously completed chapters. For me, this stopped me awarding it 5 stars, because it altered by experience negatively of an otherwise fantastic game that graphically blows all the other 'Thief' games away, and introduces so many new elements, Thief on PS4 simply chews and spits out the past Thief games and offers the gamer something new based on something classic - a hard act to follow.


Bosch IXO Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver with 3.6 V Battery, 1.3 Ah
Bosch IXO Cordless Lithium-Ion Screwdriver with 3.6 V Battery, 1.3 Ah

3.0 out of 5 stars Excellent for light DIY jobs, may break if you try anything tougher., 11 Aug. 2015
For light work, this is a great product, especially for the advertised price. It's so compact and light weight to carry around I'd say it's ideal for picture frames, door handles, unscrewing bits and bobs of machinery - turned off first of course. Due to it's size you could also keep it in a draw as it won't need a box to store in the garage, it also comes with a few 'bits', so that was handy.

However, if you try and over stress it (you can guess what's coming) it will break! Before it did break I noticed it got very hot, and took a long time to recharge after just a few minutes screwing into wood. Nothing dramatic, so I let it cool down and a few days later repeated the task.

Suffice to say, I had to throw it in the bin and get the model with over 3x the torque capacity, so next time I wont 'break the clutch'. I broke it by pressing down on it (ironically to get more torque) and thus as it got stuck in the wood (didn't have the power to turn), it span around in my hand, thankfully not breaking my wrist as a 240v masonary power drill would have, but instead it just made a few tired clicks and a funny noise.

Top tip to self, do not attempt to screw an 8mm well nut into a (pre drilled 8mm hole) of MDF using a minute electric screwdriver as it'll end in tears. Lesson learnt.

NB: Although the 'Bosch IXO 3.6v' has now been redesigned to a 1.5ah battery model with USB charging and reduced charging time, I chose the more powerful Bosch PSR 7.2 Li so not to repeat the disaster.


Plague: One Scientist's Intrepid Search for the Truth About Human Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Autism, and Other Diseases
Plague: One Scientist's Intrepid Search for the Truth About Human Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Autism, and Other Diseases
by Kent Heckenlively
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £17.98

26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A previously gagged scientist gets their chance to respond., 16 Nov. 2014
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PLAGUE is well written, I'm impressed, it's far better than I imagined consider the pressures of time placed upon the authors. PLAGUE reads in a style of a review by co-author Kent Heckenlively, not in the 'lead' authors own words of a detailed lament. This was a sensible approach, as otherwise PLAGUE may have been open to obvious 'bias' of a scientist who has a very real axe to grind. PLAGUE not only avoids bitterness, but instead manages a back and forth detailed look of various players in the saga of what happened to 'XMRV' and it's association to ME (CFS), and it does so with over 700 references, many of which are direct quotes.

PLAGUE manages to discuss the technical aspects of retrovirology, without being too baffling to the casual reader who has no background in science. Yes, it is in parts rather complex, but the complexity comes from the story, not biology. The long drawn out story is fused with intrigue, hope, deception, cover-up and just honest questions that need to be asked. The reality is, ME patients (via CFS acronym) have been sold down the river for multiple decades and the person who tried to help the patients from a paper published in 2009 in SCIENCE journal, was arrested on the claims of her employer on charges that were later thrown out of court. Despite this, Judy Mikovits's name and career is ruined. No science is being done into retrovirology and CFS, and the reason suggested is that there is possible plague of infection, most of us will harbor - seriously ill with neuroimmune diseases like CFS and Autism, or otherwise as healthy carriers.

This fact this book was written and published at all then is a miracle. A normal individual would not have mentally survived the treatment Judy Mikovits's experienced at the hands of those with vested interests, but clearly, Judy Mikovits is an unusual character with incredible determination. Judy Mikovits esteemed career as a cancer specialist was trashed by the help of high impact 'negative studies' (not fully replication studies) and by simultaneous bizarre campaigns of character assassination online, by her scientific fellows.

Suffice to say, it was convenient to some, that whilst awaiting judgement on her alleged 'crimes' (theft of a notebook) part of her legal terms was she could not speak publicly about what was happening. She could only speak out, once the situation was wrapped up to 'no association' of CFS to a retrovirus of ANY kind, never mind VP62 XMRV (Dr Silverman's accidental contamination).

As the British would say, this is not cricket. E.g., the rules are in favour of one side. In this case, the rules were not on the side of science, but medico politics and continuing the status quo. The public were hoodwinked into believing that ONLY XMRV was discovered (a whole retrovirus), when in-fact other unexplained Gag sequences of the same family of retroviruses (gamma retroviruses) were also found. This was not investigated, and the clear position of politics was to 'go after', XMRV (of one strain), and disprove any association to human disease, which they did, and did very robustly. Except this wasn't the infection found in CFS. A slight problem! Not a problem for politics, because Judy Mikovits was gagged. This is why PLAGUE is so important, it finally tells the story of what was going on behind the scenes during the fracas.

PLAGUE is about the very real possibility (never proven due to research being halted) of lack of safety protocols decades ago, potentially affecting people's lives today by accidental laboratory contamination (such as cancer research that uses xenografts) producing NEW human infections, infections potentially found in people with conditions such as CFS.

The crux of the book is: scientist makes discovery, discovery dis-proven, but not actually disproven. What was dis-proven was the claims to a laboratory contaminant (Dr Silverman's VP62 XMRV), not the 'parts' of
a virus also discovered (Gag sequences), such as apparent antibodies SSFV found in patients and controls. SFFV is essentially a 'dead' animal retrovirus (non replicating), but it's envelope protein is a neurotoxin. It is thus important to further research SFFV and CFS, however, this has not been pursued due to reasons that become evident nearing the end of the book where people who restart the association of 'XMRV' even die in unexpected circumstances.

Because the science was halted once 'other possibilities (other than one definition of XMRV) appeared from Judy Mikovits's theories the official line is, the story ends here and CFS can remain allegedly psychosomatic, despite in some cases being fatal and in estimated 1 in 4 cases, making people housebound or bedridden for life. I would imagine, however, that even if the story is dragged out over many more years of 'de-association' (via Dr Coffin and Dr Stoye apparent double act), the story has only just begun. The book comprehensively explains how the simple idea of 'contamination' does not wash. This was the part of the book that interested me most, because the science is very complex and one can get easily lost.

Advances in technology and scientific discovery directly correlate. With new techniques (such as deep sequencing of human tissue), rather than older techniques (PCR on human serum liable to contamination) it would seem probable that eventually the truth will out that CFS is, indeed, associated with some form of novel pathogen, probably a retrovirus or parts of a retrovirus causing underlying immune suppression. (CFS patients alleged to be disabled by a simple 'chronic fatigue' needing psychotherapy have been known for years to have the same co-infections as AIDS patients: (HHV-6, CMV, EBV, Parvovirus B19, Coxsackie etc), as do Late Stage Lyme disease patients. Perhaps by strange co-incidence, the legitimacy of both CFS and Chronic Lyme is denied by the CDC and other health agencies, yet both of these conditions appeared at the same time in history in terms of out of control numbers in the late 1980's onwards. PLAGUE touches on this, PLAGUE explains well the history of 'CFS' (which the CDC created in response to yet another 'outbreak' of ME) in the late 1980's. PLAGUE explains, that these outbreaks started in the 1930's in a hospital, in medical workers. That interested me, as 'ME' first appeared in the UK in the Royal Free Hospital outbreak in 1955 - also in medical workers. Once the CDC created their 'Chronic Fatigue Syndrome', then the association with acquired infection, was quickly forgotten about and psychiatrists took over, blaming the patients for their 'faulty illness beliefs', and 'mal adaptive thinking' perpetuating their imagined disease state. PLAGUE, quite understandably, questions this preposterous idea that patients who were young healthy people, start believing themselves chronically ill. There MUST be an answer, and Judy Mikovits nearly got there, not quite, but nearly.

I would recommend PLAGUE to patients and their families crippled by ME/CFS and Autism, researchers and scientists with an open mind, and lastly independent journalists who like delving deeper than corporate sponsored media channels dare. Dare is an appropriate word, because to take on the disinformation machine of ME/CFS, you must be brave. Very brave. Judy Mikovits was warned not to delve into CFS as it would wreck her career. Those predictions ring unfortunately true. For a disease to be so disabling, to affect previously health people who caught a virus one-day so profoundly, but for precisely nothing to have been done for the patients in multiple decades something enormous must underlay the ongoing mass scale neglect and fatalities.

PLAGUE asks the reader to consider, will truth out? I am fascinated to see how this pans out, once we have a full and honest debate. In science, however, this rarely happens.
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VESIsorb Ubiquinol-QH premium Coenzyme Q10 – advanced CoQ10 supplement for heart health, brain function support, restoring energy and supporting active lifestyles, 30 capsules
VESIsorb Ubiquinol-QH premium Coenzyme Q10 – advanced CoQ10 supplement for heart health, brain function support, restoring energy and supporting active lifestyles, 30 capsules
Offered by Igennus Healthcare Nutrition
Price: £33.99

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good product, but like all Ubiquinol Q10, maybe a little expensive for some at high dosage in chronic disease., 25 Aug. 2014
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*Please note I have edited this review, since being updated with new information*. (My original score was 3 stars, I have now altered this to 4 stars). In my original review, I was unaware of a (single) clinical study that showed blood plasma levels of Vesisorb Q10 were shown to be over 600% higher than 'oil based' Q10. In effect, although expensive vs generic Q10, it is thus arguable, that you obtain more Q10 for the price, and thus the price levels out. E.g one could postulate that 1 tablet of VESIsorb based Q10 is potentially equivalent of 6 tablets of generic Q10. This would have to be proven in repeat clinical trials though. As it stands, there is some evidence though, that the blood plasma effects of VESIsorb Q10 products, are impressive compared to 'standard' Q10'. On that basis, I changed my score in my review, and for a health beneficial reason I will discuss later.

I bought this from another retailer at the same price. The tablets are dark coloured large 'soft' type capsules, not too long but certainly wide. They have no unpleasant taste and are easier to swallow than large 'dry' tablets. Those with dysphagia may struggle with any kind of tablet or capsule and I would recommend a Q-10 liquid based product, yet these are rare, still expensive and storage is hassle compared to these little pots which are convenient to store rather than a big bottle of liquid in the fridge.

As for the positive health effects, I initially noticed a marginal beneficial difference after an extended period (months) of taking them, but that was taking 2 capsules per day (200mg), which meant one pot lasted me only 15 days.

My main criticism, is over cost. For example, at the time of this edited review (November 2015), this product is £24.36 for 30 capsules at 100mg. In comparison Doctor's Best Ubiquinol 120 is £124 for 120 capsules at 200mg dosage. If we break that down to price 'per 100mg', the Igennus VESISorb remains at £23.36 and the Doctor's best product is £15.12. Both products contain KanekaQH Q10.

I would recommend, at a minimum people with chronic health problems take 200mg a day,some take up to 800mg with neurological diseases that effect mitochondria on a cellular basis (such as Parkinson's disease, MS, ME, Lyme disease). To put that in context, for one months supply taking 200mg, this product would cost £48.72 a month (November 2015). For me personally, that is just too much to pay, however all manufacturers are charging a lot.

Because of the cost, I initially had to stop taking it, which is shame as it's a good product, if not 'the best' just rather expensive, like all other quality ubiquinol supplements. After stopping taking it, I did, to my surprise, have a bit less stamina, to the level I noticed it despite not 'believing' it would make any difference, in effect a reverse placebo effect. A positive sign a supplement may well work on an individual basis perhaps.

Eventually I came back to the product, because it works, and the Doctor's Best product (KanekaQH) for me, it just far too big to swallow, so this was the best option. At 200mg dose+ it might only 'work' (in terms of a sensation of less fatigue) for a minimal amount in those with severe chronic disease affecting mitochondria with no effective pharmaceutical drug treatment available, but I felt the effect was better than taking generic Q10 and better than none at all.

I now take 400mg daily, so around £96 a month, or a little less if you buy from stores that offer a 'multi-buy' discount. Expensive, but what can you do? If it works, and it's safe, and it helps, then you have to try and fund it if you want a little bit more stamina if nothing else you have tried works. So I did.

I would give it 5/5 as for me it's the best (Dr's Best KanekaQH is too big to swallow for me in 200mg size capsules), but due to overall cost, dropped it to 4 stars.
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AIDS: The Crime Beyond Belief
AIDS: The Crime Beyond Belief
by William L. C. Scott
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £22.90

5.0 out of 5 stars A very lengthy and detailed 'who dunnit', just without the ultimate proof., 8 July 2014
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This is an exceptional, lengthy, well researched book, that only misses one small point - the ultimate proof that pathogen behind the mysterious 'CFS' was man made. Having said that, it has great detail, and will take many weeks or months to plough through in its entirety.

Having followed the odd failures of health systems to robustly research Chronic Lyme disease and observing the strange goings on at the USA's Plum Island with the employment of ex Nazi German scientist Erich Traub (regarding 'tick' research), the claims made in this book regarding a hidden CFS pathogen certainly add up, however, no documents are presented for authenticity of the claims.

It is far more than a conspiracy book, but as it stands, unless the claims of the book are made public (CFS equating to a non HIV AIDS), critics of the work will simply say the claims are invalidated, even if they are based on genuine fact. For that reason, the book (despite its great depth), remains an unknown sum of parts.

In conclusion, the book is potentially the 'best' ever written on the strange medico politics of ME (CFS), but with the caveat that the claims are unproven and probably never will be due to the known 'classified' nature of the alleged scientific experiments on the public. (E.g 'CFS' discussions are held in the 'National Archives' at Kew, London, UK by the UK MRC and will not be available until 2075). This would mean by the time the discussions on 'CFS' are made public, all of the patients affected by the first ME outbreak in the UK in 1955 (Royal Free disease), will be deceased, as well as their *potentially* Infected children being in their eighties, thus likely also deceased if chronically ill with an untreatable inflammatory disorder (Myaglic Encephalomyelitis).

Unfortunately, there can't be another episode of the book, as sadly the author is deceased. However, if readers of this are interesting more in the scientific aspect of 'CFS', and more odd goings on, I would recommend purchasing from Amazon the forthcoming book released in August 2014:

Plague: One Scientist's Intrepid Search for the Truth About Human Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Autism, and Other Diseases.

Personally, I believe it more likely that 'CFS' was an accident of lab contamination involving past vaccine production than anything more sinister. Ulimately, the public will never know either way. I am definitely pro vaccination, it's just what happens to the 0.1% of people who become chronically ill post vaccination and who are told they are 'crazy' when they clearly aren't, that bothers me.

NB: This book doesn't cover vaccination, it covers alleged experiments created by America and its allies to design disabling pathogens, one of which is allegedly CFS.

it is certainly most curious, that if 'CFS' is said to be treated with CBT and Exercise to alter belief in underlying infection causing symptoms, why CFS patients cannot donate blood or tissue. Most odd.


Ozeri Touch 200 KG / 440 LBS Total Body Bathroom Scale -- Measures Weight, Body Fat, Hydration, Muscle and Bone Mass with Auto Recognition and Infant Tare Technology
Ozeri Touch 200 KG / 440 LBS Total Body Bathroom Scale -- Measures Weight, Body Fat, Hydration, Muscle and Bone Mass with Auto Recognition and Infant Tare Technology
Offered by Ozeri UK
Price: £69.95

66 of 72 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Possibly the best multi function scales for the price available., 1 Jan. 2014
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Reasons I like this product:

1) Accurate and no wavering between weight readings each time you step on and off to test this (other digital scales I've tried can differ up to 6 lbs!).
2) Product 'remembers' you between family members automatically by your weight just by stepping on the scales each morning, so no need to select 'person 1/2/3' etc.
3) Quick set up which wasn't hard to understand or follow.
4) Easy to read bright blue LCD display.
5) Can display both KG, pounds and Stones and pounds (little button on the base).
6) Very slim design with no sharp edges (unlike other square glass designs) and light enough for elderly or younger people to move around the floor.
7) Small footprint doesn't take up too much room (some multi function scales are very wide).
8) Comes with basic booklet to compare body water/muscle/fat percentages for age and sex.

For the price, you can't go wrong in my opinion and I recommend the product to people looking for similar features.


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