Dr. Russell L. Blaylock is a respected medical doctor who is unafraid to challenge establishment thinking. He doesn’t parrot what the New England Journal of Medicine – which receives heavy subsidies in advertisements – claims.
Dr. Blaylock is a nationally recognized, board-certified neurosurgeon, health practitioner, author and lecturer. He has more than a quarter-century of medical experience.
Dr. Blaylock’s credentials include 26 years ofexperience in neurosurgery, editorship of the respected Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons and Journal of the American Nutriceutical Association. He previously served as Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS, and is currently a visiting professor of Biology at the Belhaven College in Jackson, Mississippi.
And he is now editing The Blaylock Wellness Report (published by Newsmax) because he believes that too many Americans are not getting the best advice for preventing and dealing with cancer, heart disease, diabetes, brain diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer’s, and dozens of health problems now plaguing Americans.
He receives no funding from the pharmaceutical industry. He has no deals to sell you the health products he may recommend.
He just gives you the best cutting-edge science that shows how you can improve your health – and possibly live longer.
Dr. Blaylock warns that evidence shows fluoride could cause the early onset of brain diseases such as Alzheimer's and make them progress more rapidly.
"One study shows that adding fluoride to water in the presence of even small amounts of aluminum, caused severe destruction of brain cells in the part of the brain controlling learning and memory," Dr. Russell Blaylock argues in his latest Blaylock Wellness Report, published by NewsMax.com.
If you've ever wondered why your doctor knows little about nutrition, vitamins, alternative therapies and the like, Dr. Blaylock notes that most physicians are too busy to stay informed.
He also reveals that entities such as the National Institutes of Health and National Institute of Dental Health are to blame for fewer U.S. studies on fluoride as they refuse to fund fluoride safety research.