Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 27, 1973 · Page 13
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April 27, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

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Michigan Family hmmiAUt. md Mrs. RobNt Botmiikl Mtd <«fnily, fllilMiil /i^., VMM hefe re- cmiy WAii nir pflraiis. Mr. and MM. Jtihii itiu. Mr. ind M^ tXmm lla^ «fid Baeky, &ide|Miid«nce, Mo., viiltad liMt wedt at the home at Mi aunt, Mta. Dor- ottiyLankay. Dale, David and i'ehny Baittdttih, ftyron, ireeently i Wk^: yiatting tetatives hfMia A^l 2i wUh their par- aMa~ lifho arriyiM^^^^^ ^it il Po^er Company Requests Permit SmtNOFIELD IlUnoJs ,Power Co. has afiplied for a palmit to conatmct a gaa main Under a h d astwn various sU'eams in Henry, Mercer and Warren counties along a line between Shanghai and/New WIndaor. Langhome M. iBond, state transportation secretary, said persons favoring or opposing the proposed construction may write to John C. Guillou, ohieif waterway engineer for the Illinois Division of Water Resource Management, 201 W. Monroe St., Springfield. The male fur seal eats noth- hig for several months during the breeding season. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! Goltsburfl Reoistef-Moi^ GolcsburO; Pridav. Aofil 27, 1973 It Gesundbeit! Spring colds are >^int to be sneezed |n |at--Ui» care with COLORELIEFS. m, mm The Selling Of VUmhm E Dr. Lamb By LAWRENCt: LAMB, MD. r Dr. tanb^ t read an in CaiiiiapalUai, con- Oerning vitamin fi. Minions of laymen are saylng.that vitamin fi can possibly cure (or at least reliOve) sym^oms of such diseases as emphysema. I'd like to know a little about vitamin E, and if it can do all or any of what is claimed. Dear Reader t receive an enormous numbier of letters asking about vitamin fi. This is not surprising in view of the very effective advertising cani* paign used to tout the aupposed benefits of vitamin E. The American Medical Assn. agrees that wie need a small amount of vitamin E. But even if we do not get that in our diet, there is no evidence that there is any disturbance in the body's normal function. This is quite different from most other vitamins which have definite roles in the human body, such as vitamin C. If you don't get enough vitamin C over a long period of time specific changes can be identified, including the development of scurvy, a well- known disease. Same for Others The same can be stated for lack of thiamine and other vitamins. The only, evidence in man of, a need for vitamin C is in certain conditions m premature infants and a few rare medical conditions. At the last national meeting of the American Heart Assn., Dr. Robert E. Olson, one of the nationally prominent investigators, reported that after an evaluation of vitamin t there was no evidence that it was j beneficial in preventing or curing heart disease. Many lucky individuals who do well after recovery from a heart attack wculd have done well whether they took vitamin E or not. Some patients get well in spite of their doctors rather than because of us. A discerning doctor kahis this. An article in the January issue of CoBsomer Reports on vitamin E reports 60 ailments, including emphysema, which are mistakenly touted as havhig been prevented, or treated by vitamin E. In short, many of the things that vitamin E is touted to cure 6r prevent are not benefited. How then do you account for the number of people who claim to have benefits from vitamin E? This is shnpie. Doctors have krown for years that they can give placebos, sUch as sugar pills and pink Water, to their patients and a number of them will feel markedly better. Many quack cures depend upon this response, which is really .based on the person's faith in his medicme. Mind's .Influence The mind has a curious and powerful influence on how the body responds and how we feel. For this reason competent scientists investigate new treat ments, a pill or even a surgical procedure, by carefully designed research methods and statistical analysis. Such methods are planned to eliminate chance, faith healmg and coincidence. The doctor's enthusiasm also has an effect on how the patient feels; Individuals who have responded well to treatment, even if it is pink water, are sold on the treatment and their doctor. Modern scientiffc experimental methods help to., prevent both the doctor and the patient from being deceived. I know these remarks about vitamin E will not set well with many people, but facts are facts and scientific investigations of vitamin E have proved that most of the claims that have been made for it have littl^ or ho basis. (Newspaper Enterprise Aisn.) Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 15$1, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on balanced diet, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for "Balanced Diet" booklet. iilfiiliiiiliipp iiiliiiii^ Sirvic* Is lh# Iht gam« iiiiiiiiiiiii^^^^ Iffiitillmtnt Loan whttf y«fii Wiiit It, toiliitttiidafffd »rovt Plliiii iifhctivJir 'ycM help y «ra. W«^r« llritlhfraiiirlM^ RMKI ual md w«'r« iwra to ^^^^ ill^Mlii iii^iiPiiii •••••••il t(t :rlt0l: Kfirm BiektomOftielicHliwk ^iiiM, Kay Oon/on, iiHili iiiiii ••••'iiiMllllllll .:.*.:*:»:.:.»..*J::.«..fe, illiiiiiiiiiiiiftiipiiiii^^^^ mil Saddles. Bigger than aver. Bigger, thicker, chunkier cushion crape aoles and heela. Any way you want 'em. Two-ton«. Suedes. Suede and leather combinations. Colors, colors, and mor9 color. Try thf m here and now. n D. DJ k • B 11 Women's Si?es 5 to 10: $17.99 Men's Sizes 7 to 13: 1^1.99 GCtmOM 314 E. MAIN GAIESBURG PH. 343*1913 Gilson Egg Hunt Draws 40 Kids GILSON - An Easter hunt April 22, sponsored by the Oilson Sunday School,: attracted more than 40 children, a church spokesman reported. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schwartz, O'Fallon, visited here during the Easter weekend with their son and dau^ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Schwartz. Other guests here during the Easter we^end were Mrs. l*vena Shuitz and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Robei,' Lake Geneva. Wis., who visited- with Mr. and Mrs. Ciifton Hall. Put A On Your Foct With Our CompUto Insuroncf Prottcti«n Sao Your INDiPENDINT AGENT HUFF Insuronce 407 HIU ARCA9f Oeieiburg Ph. 343*9414 ••••II V -li ^ / % - 4: iiiip ..,.„,.., '-'t >r;' liillli

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