Category Archives: Environmental Illness

The Formaldehyde Story – Circa 1977 and 2015

Majid Ali, M.D. The New York Times Fights for Truth But Forty Years Too Late  For decades, The New York Times championed the cause of drug companies, celebrating good and bad drugs with equal vigor. During these years, the newspaper essentially opposed doctors who researched and treated environmentally-induced illnesses. In the late 1970s, at the conferences of Clinical Ecology I

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Oxygen Model of Environmental Illness – Majid Ali, M.D.

Hurt Human Habitat and Energy Deficit —Healing Through the Restoration of Krebs Cycle Chemistry Majid Ali, M.D. Human energy deficit states are the consequences of a “hurt” human habitat. The central mechanism of energy deficit is disrupted oxygen homeostasis. The energy state of an amoeba cannot be dissociated from the energy state of its habitat. A mouse’s energetics are far

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