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    exists Jokes may be tasteless articles illiterate news irrelevant But if they appear on your Web site they have your endorsement Because publishing syndicated content makes you an affiliate of the content provider syndicators are similarly concerned about whom they re associated with and the quality of your Web site The usage agreement of most syndicators prohibits use of their content on pornographic or hate sites Where To Find It There are dozens of sites that offer syndicated content Some are self syndicators that provide their own text graphics or audio content for syndication Other syndicators offer a variety of third party content The largest of these is iSyndicate www isyndicate com a marketplace where you can find syndicated content and offer your own to the world Some smaller syndicators syndicate content that would normally be distributed through e mail Each day they upload the content to their servers where your Web page can access it Though iSyndicate is the largest and best known of the syndication sites it is not necessarily the best source for small business owners The company syndicates nearly 900 sources to over 200 000 Web sites but only a fraction of these are available for free Most of the content is licensed and costs from several hundred to several thousand dollars per month depending on your selections The iSyndicate headline editor lets you create new headline categories and select feed sources to include on your site but you can t change the colors and dimensions as you can with its competitor Moreover com Also changes to your iSyndicate headline selections can take as much as half an hour to show up on your Web site whereas changes appear immediately with Moreover com iSyndicate s Express service also lets you create an online store where you sell products from other vendors in exchange for an 8 percent commission This is essentially a Web version of the old style franchise store Numerous Web based stores offer affiliate programs the advantage of going through iSyndicate is that you have access to many stores at once Small Treasures When it comes to free content the smaller syndicators often offer the more interesting options One of the better sources for cartoons is ComicExchange www comicexchange com It uses ad server technology to deliver its cartoons so a new cartoon is displayed every time the user refreshes your page The service is free it is funded by a banner ad exchange You display a banner ad along with the cartoon and for every two click throughs on your site to cartoons with ad banners your banner will appear once on the network CyberTips www cybertip4theday com offers daily scrolling tips in 21 categories such as auto beauty computer and diet A mouse click on the scrolling text will stop or restart the scrolling The tips are interesting enough that visitors will want to check them out and the moving text adds interest to a Web page The Weather Guys www weatherguys

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  • Sheryl Canter's Articles
    there to answer Since the request is for resources it can t find it pops up an Enter network password dialog There are various things you can do to get around this but all involve giving up something If your computer is on a network you can change the default IP setting of All Unassigned to the computer s network IP address thus excluding 127 0 0 1 The PWS IIS Help file warns against doing this because it can cause some server features to stop working But if all you re using your web server for is testing sites before uploading you may not care Another possibility is to redirect the ad servers in the HOSTS file to a non existent IP address such as 0 0 0 0 This works with IE and Mozilla based browsers but Opera objects to the non existent address and pops up an error message Also if you change the port from 127 0 0 1 you can t use a special purpose web server to eliminate unsightly error messages and delays PWS and IIS are configured by default to use TCP port 80 which is standard for HTTP Another way you can prevent the Enter network password popup is to change the port to something other than 80 81 for example But this will make your server invisible to anyone who doesn t know that the port must be specified in the URL The best solution if you re running a web server is to not use the HOSTS file for ad blocking at all but instead to use a PAC file which doesn t conflict with existing web servers PAC files have other advantages as well As mentioned earlier HOSTS files can only block entire sites and not specific URLs within a site PAC files can block specific URLs within a site so for example you could block akamai com ads without disabling Windows Update HOST files have to be large to block all the major ad servers because wildcards are not supported you have to list the exact domain names Very large HOSTS files slow your browser because of the time it takes to search a large unindexed text file PAC files are based on JavaScript and can specify URLs using shell expressions the Unix implementation of regular expressions so this problem is eliminated Finally ad blocking HOSTS files cannot be used on systems using proxy servers because the HOSTS file is bypassed Proxy servers are not a problem with PAC files What Are PAC Files Proxy Automatic Configuration PAC files were introduced by Netscape with the release of JavaScript back in 1995 and all modern browsers support them including Internet Explorer and Opera PAC files consist of JavaScript defining the function FindProxyForURL url host and are saved with the file type pac The return value for this function says whether to use a proxy for this URL a SOCKS proxy or connect directly If your browser is configured to

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  • Sheryl Canter's Articles
    with products involved in the crash Microsoft s system for organizing the error reports is another significant benefit In a product with a large user base one bad bug can generate a huge number of crash reports Microsoft condenses the information by categorizing the reports into buckets For user mode crashes buckets are defined by application name and version module name and version and offset into module For kernel mode errors buckets consist of stop codes and associated parameters Figure 2 Vendor interface for WER data The WER database sorts the buckets by report frequency which lets developers see at a glance which bugs need to be fixed first This categorizing and sorting revealed an unexpected pattern 80 of crashes are caused by only 20 of the reported bugs The ability to fix bugs in order of user impact lets developers solve a lot of user problems quickly Developers can click on a bucket to receive a CAB file containing up to 50 mini dumps for that error It s useful to know if 10 000 people have reported the same error but you really don t need all 10 000 mini dumps WER was introduced with Windows XP and also runs on Windows Server 2003 The system files that implement WER are not redistributable because they rely on kernel and global exception handling code that is specific to XP Microsoft will support WER on future versions of Windows but has no plans to retrofit it for older versions The reason that Office XP and Explorer can produce crash reports on back versions of Windows is that they use a custom crash report system that predates WER How WER Protects Your Privacy The WER system is part of the Windows Quality Online Services Winqual program whose primary purpose is to evaluate hardware and software for the Designed for Windows and NET Connected logos There is no setup fee for a Winqual account and downloading WER data is free but companies are required to purchase a VeriSign Code Signing ID which costs 400 for a standard account and 695 for the Pro version This allows Microsoft to verify the identity of companies submitting software or accessing the WER database Microsoft does not use WER data for any kind of marketing or trend analysis whatsoever End user identities are strictly protected and Microsoft doesn t do any comparative analysis of the frequency or types of bugs reported for different products Participating companies are required to sign an agreement promising to handle the data in a similar manner End user privacy must be strictly protected and the data can only be used for debugging purposes If a court order compels disclosure of WER data companies are required to oppose the request and notify Microsoft so they can handle it Every person accessing the WER database must sign this agreement By default error reports don t contain any identifying information except for what inadvertently is found on the stack an area of memory that

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  • Sheryl's Blog Solutions
    the ban is necessary There is no comparison between the health hazards of a large pastrami sandwich and a giant sugary drink as Jon Stewart complained Saturated fat isn t dangerous as the blog post linked below explains Nor does the argument that donuts are dangerous too make sense A large sugary drink is more dangerous than a solid sugary dessert because of the speed with which the sugar hits the liver Plus the danger isn t only obesity it s heart disease obesity cancer and more Most people are unaware of the dangers of sugary beverages or the debate from the early 1970s over which dietary factor caused heart disease sugar or fat it is sugar not fat Ancel Keys is now widely thought to have been wrong Read this blog post Sugar Is Toxic Heart Disease Cancer More It clearly explains the biochemistry of sugar metabolism and why large sized sugary beverages are the greatest threat to health of any food Tags nutrition Category Food Recipes Cooking Nutrition 8 Comments Kindle 3 Tips and Tricks May 10 2011 1 31 am I resisted the Kindle for a long time I read a lot and I m headache prone and those low contrast early Kindles were not going to work for me Also I saw in reviews that Kindle books often lacked the footnotes and indexes of the paper versions When I had occasion to create a Kindle book I realized why the format is very limited and inconvenient for publishers But then I bought an iPad The Kindle app is free so I tried a couple ebooks For most books I read footnotes and indexes are not an issue and I m chronically low on bookshelf space I like the built in dictionary and being able to carry several books in a small package So now I was sold on ebooks but the iPad was not the ideal hardware It s just heavy enough that I don t want to carry it around the screen washes out in bright sunlight and the battery life is only so so I can read books on my Droid X phone which also has a Kindle app but that drains the battery fast Amazon had dropped the price of the Kindle when the iPad was released and the new Kindle 3 with its light weight improved screen contrast long battery life and readability in direct sunlight was starting to look pretty good So I bought one and I like it a lot I used it for a few days without reading the manual the basics are not hard But once I read the manual and did a little googling I discovered some interesting things I didn t know What follows is a collection of tips and tricks for the Kindle 3 that I found especially useful Viewing PDFs and Other Document Types Zapping that Ghost Dictionary in the Archive Hotkeys and an Easter Egg The Hidden Image Viewer Continue reading Kindle 3

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  • GoodFood Product Catalog
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  • Sheryl's Blog Solutions
    the ban is necessary There is no comparison between the health hazards of a large pastrami sandwich and a giant sugary drink as Jon Stewart complained Saturated fat isn t dangerous as the blog post linked below explains Nor does the argument that donuts are dangerous too make sense A large sugary drink is more dangerous than a solid sugary dessert because of the speed with which the sugar hits the liver Plus the danger isn t only obesity it s heart disease obesity cancer and more Most people are unaware of the dangers of sugary beverages or the debate from the early 1970s over which dietary factor caused heart disease sugar or fat it is sugar not fat Ancel Keys is now widely thought to have been wrong Read this blog post Sugar Is Toxic Heart Disease Cancer More It clearly explains the biochemistry of sugar metabolism and why large sized sugary beverages are the greatest threat to health of any food Tags nutrition Category Food Recipes Cooking Nutrition 8 Comments Kindle 3 Tips and Tricks May 10 2011 1 31 am I resisted the Kindle for a long time I read a lot and I m headache prone and those low contrast early Kindles were not going to work for me Also I saw in reviews that Kindle books often lacked the footnotes and indexes of the paper versions When I had occasion to create a Kindle book I realized why the format is very limited and inconvenient for publishers But then I bought an iPad The Kindle app is free so I tried a couple ebooks For most books I read footnotes and indexes are not an issue and I m chronically low on bookshelf space I like the built in dictionary and being able to carry several books in a small package So now I was sold on ebooks but the iPad was not the ideal hardware It s just heavy enough that I don t want to carry it around the screen washes out in bright sunlight and the battery life is only so so I can read books on my Droid X phone which also has a Kindle app but that drains the battery fast Amazon had dropped the price of the Kindle when the iPad was released and the new Kindle 3 with its light weight improved screen contrast long battery life and readability in direct sunlight was starting to look pretty good So I bought one and I like it a lot I used it for a few days without reading the manual the basics are not hard But once I read the manual and did a little googling I discovered some interesting things I didn t know What follows is a collection of tips and tricks for the Kindle 3 that I found especially useful Viewing PDFs and Other Document Types Zapping that Ghost Dictionary in the Archive Hotkeys and an Easter Egg The Hidden Image Viewer Continue reading Kindle 3

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  • Sheryl's Blog » Blog Archive You’re Probably Iodine Deficient
    urine when your body has absorbed all it needs but it s still possible to take too much called iodism The suggested maintenance dose daily iodine requirement in the book 0 11mg per pound of body weight will never give you iodism However a higher dose is suggested at the beginning to make up for your body s iodine deficit I built up to the higher initial dose slowly because iodine has a detoxifying effect which can cause uncomfortable symptoms It turned out I didn t experience that however I don t eat a lot of packaged or prepared foods so I had little bromides in my body verified by Hakala Labs I did find however that taking 4 pills a day as suggested in the book at the beginning gave me headaches I m very headache prone so it could have been just me But it s also the first sign of iodism so I cut back to 3 pills a day and the headaches went away I now take 1 5 pills per day to maintain As for taking iodine supplements with synthroid It depends more on the condition of your thyroid why you re taking synthroid People with hot nodules may take synthroid to suppress thyroid function that s what I was told to do but I didn t do it others take it because their thyroid doesn t produce enough hormone still others take it because their thyroid has been surgically removed or destroyed with radioactive iodine It s worth noting though I know this isn t your situation that even people without a functioning thyroid need iodine since the thyroid isn t the only part of the body that uses iodine My non medical opinion is that if you re taking synthroid to suppress hot nodules as I was supposed to have been but wasn t you might want to go off it when you start the iodine supplementation to at least give your thyroid the opportunity to return to normal function as mine did If you re taking synthroid to supplement inadequate thyroid function it would probably be a good idea to monitor your T3 T4 and TSH blood levels frequently for the next year or two maybe every 3 6 months to make sure your dosage is still correct The iodine supplementation will likely make your thyroid start producing more hormone in line with your body s needs Possibly you ll end up not needing the synthroid There s also some sort of boomerang thing that happens when the thyroid first starts functioning normally again but I can t remember the details it s described in the book Of course people who no longer have a functioning thyroid will always need the synthroid and their dosage levels won t change but they will benefit in other ways from iodine supplementation Iodine is also absorbed heavily by the breasts and bowel for example Let s talk and I can tell you more I can also tell you about 23andme It s fun and useful My brother and one of my nieces have done it too It s fascinating to see how you match up with your relatives My brother and I are about 50 genetically identical my niece and I about 25 math works I wonder what our percent would be It said I was 97 Ashkenazi Jew from Eastern Europe with light eyes and curly hair okay I knew that but it was still fun that THEY knew that from my spit It told me that a medication I was taking was not safe for me to take that was news I called my doctor to let him know It also tells you your genetic risk of many different diseases which some people find disconcerting therefore the Nanny Laws I found it interesting Lee says September 7 2013 at 8 35 am I have often wondered if using more sea salt and other gourmet salts has an effect on iodine levels As my wife and I have gotten more and more into cooking the last few years started just trying to eat less processed and fast food and morphed into more complicated dishes etc we have also stated using salt grinders flavor salt kosher salt sea salt etc and leaving the old school Morton s can of iodized salt on the shelf Melissa says November 6 2013 at 5 52 am Hello I sund as if I m in the same position as you have nodules a goiter and very low TSH but nromal range T3 and T4 I am tempted to try Iodoral but am aslo leanign towards kelp supplementation as I guess it seems more natural to me Did you ever try Kelp instead of Iodoral Thanks Sheryl Canter says November 6 2013 at 1 29 pm I went straight to Iodoral because I was convinced by what I read that kelp supplements did not have sufficient iodine I had another blood test last week and my thyroid remains completely normal I think that to do this with food naturally you d have to start eating sea vegetables every day in fairly large quantities as they do in Japan In Japan children are told to eat their sea vegetables like American children are told to eat their broccoli Melissa says November 27 2013 at 3 37 am Hello Sheryl Can I ask if you also took other supplements such as Selenium and if so in what dosage From reading around it looks like various supplements including Selenium Magnesium and Vit C alongside Iodoral are considered important in treating Multi Nodular Goiter Thanks Sheryl Canter says November 27 2013 at 4 19 am No the only supplement I added was Iodoral I just had my thyroid levels checked again this week T3 T4 TSH and they are all 100 normal No more hot nodules Iodine is all I needed to solve the problem And one of the endocrinologists I saw was ready to irradiate my thyroid and destroy it Betsey says December 24 2013 at 5 09 pm Hello Sheryl Were you hyperthyroid when you started taking iodine I have hyperthyroidism very low TSH but normal T3 and T4 with nodules But when I took some prolamine iodine that a holistic chiropractor gave me my symptoms got VERY much worse I am really confused about this iodine issue and do not want to take medication to fix the problem I can see taking iodine for hypothyroidism but it is not as clear with hyperthyroidism Thanks Sheryl Canter says December 24 2013 at 5 55 pm Betsey my situation was identical to yours borderline hyperthyroid very low TSH but normal T3 and T4 Taking iodine fixed it everything now normal Read the post carefuly I give exactly blood levels It s very specific You have to take the right kind of iodine supplement and in the right amount Read the post If you do what I did you ll probably get the results I got especially since our starting stituation is exactly the same I read that you can become more hyperthyroid before it levels out Give it time C says February 2 2014 at 1 58 am Thank you for this blog I started taking Lugols 5 iodine a year ago after learning it was used to combat fungus and bacteria and build up immune system Boy I am so glad I ve found it It is a cure for many many many of todays chronic conditions All the reproductive cancers in men and women have a root in depleted iodine Adhd was cured in the 19th and 20 th centuries with it I could feel the positve effects immediately specifically it calmed my nerves Now I have begun taking nascent iodine from Dr Edward group His products sell on inforwars com store and they are all tip top quality it gives me real energy not hyper energy Sheryl Canter says February 2 2014 at 4 10 pm I recommend the supplement mentioned in my blog post Iodoral The dosage is adequate it s pill form so it doesn t taste bad and I have proof in my body that it works Cheryl says April 4 2014 at 9 11 am I m wondering why you have to take a maintenance does I also have nodules and a hot thyroid I have been officially dx d with SIBO which can cause malabsorption so I think that s what caused my deficiency Of course SIBO has no cure yet Sheryl Canter says April 8 2014 at 11 23 am You need a maintenance dose for the same reason you need to take it in the first place insufficient iodine in the diet Ashley says April 8 2014 at 2 23 pm Thank you for this research I have a family history of thyroid issues was just told I have a toxic hot nodule on my thyroid I have taken iodine in the past stopped due to the scary stories found goiter had scan fna tomorrow Since my ENDO said iodine was fine for me to take I have continued I don t take the pills I paint a couple drops of lugol s 7 randomly around my body I have a TSH of 08 low ft3 high ft4 I also had a thyroid storm when that passed I restarted the painting It gives me energy I never get ill Sheryl Canter says April 8 2014 at 2 33 pm Ashley I doubt that you are getting as much iodine through your skin as you would from swallowing Iodoral in the dosage I described in the article You need a lot to make up for the kind of deficit that causes hot nodules You might want to try it it cured my thyroid problem hot nodules as you can see from my blood test results Thyroid nodules run in my family too I suspect because we have an above average need for iodine Cindy says May 14 2014 at 1 36 am I am at wits end trying to figure out how to get my son off of the Ritalin and or Adderal my son has been on for years now I actually weaned him off the Adderal recently gradually added Iodoral iodine iodide supple ment he s now taking 3 12 5 tabs ea day but he s still struggling greatly daily to get his school studies done I m ready to put him back on the Ritalin because his focusing issue is worse now but he is eating more now that he s been off of the pharma drugs I m very worried still because as each day progresses he struggles to maintain his usual level of focus while on the Ritalin or Adderal but he s sleeping eating much better now that he s drug free But his ability to focus make good choices gets worse as the day goes along he gets angrier as well I just don t know what to think or do Our son was adopted at birth and WS know there were issues w the birth mom as well as all of his siblings even tho there are 4 different birth father s involved w all the siblings In just don t know if I should watch him continue to struggle with his focus anger issues while taking the daily 37 5 MCG mg dose of Iodoral or get him back on the Ritalin deal w the sleep appetite issues He lost a lot of weight while on the Ritalin as well as the Adderal Plz send me any info you can that might help me figure out what I should do as to which pathway to take In am soon to be 60 yrs old next month our son jUST turned 17 I m worn out sick with worry about him his behavior and that he won t be able to finish his home school subjects graduate next year Thank you for listening to me Cindy B Holly C says June 18 2014 at 8 44 pm Sheryl I am so glad my mom found your blog You give me some hope I am like you low TSH with normal FT3 and FT4 Recently had ultrasound and then scan and uptake and found out I have hot nodules As we are trying to have a family recommendation is surgery We have had 5 losses and also have MTHFR A1298C mutation which we found out trying to see why I can t carry For the last 5 years I have had thyroid testing with the same results and the official diagnosis was subclinical hyperthyroidism I was curious about iodine treatment and yours is the first I have heard of it working for hot nodules I am going to have the 24 hr iodine loading urine test and see if I am indeed iodine deficient as I suspect Thank you so much you may have saved me from surgery and a lifetime of thyroid hormone supplementation Lynette says July 24 2014 at 1 57 am I have been told I have a nodule calcium deposit on my thyroid However the doctor said it is fine and we will watch it for 6 months to see if it grows Meanwhile my blood test comes back everytime saying my thyroid numbers are normal I have every single symptom of a sluggish thyroid but the doctor says no you are fine I have several family members including mother on synthroid for thyroid problems So now what do I do My right arm is trembling but they say it is not from thyroid either KP says July 24 2014 at 4 38 pm do you have these figures reversed Before iodine One month on iodine Mar 8 2012 normal range Jul 19 2012 normal range T3 131 71 180 ng dL T3 total 0 82 0 80 2 00 ng ml T4 8 7 4 5 12 0 ug dL 5 1 4 5 11 7 mcg dl TSH 0 013 0 45 4 500 uIU mL TSH ultrasensitive 2 690 0 270 4 200 uIU ml typically we d want to see a lower TSH figure and higher levels of T3 not the other way around KP says July 24 2014 at 4 43 pm oops please disregard my comment above I don t see a way to delete it I just realized you were saying your levels were too high before mine are always low so I am always looking for the reverse effect Jennifer Keinutske says August 31 2014 at 1 51 pm I just stumbled upon your post as well Just so happens I am a patient at Dr Brownstein s Clinic in Michigan there are three MDs there and Dr Ng is my doctor and I can not sing their praises enough On to the reason for my comment I don t love how Dr Brownstein s books are put together but they are life savers if you haven t read Salt Your Way To Health It is a MUST read and you will be beyond please I am a fairly new patient to their practice I haven t read all the books not sure if I even need to so I am not promoting for any reason other than I have thyroid and autoimmune issues too Dr Ng also is requiring his patience read Grain Brain by Dr David Perlmutter not often physicians ask their patients to read books written by Doctors from outside their practice Kathy Strine says October 1 2014 at 12 02 am I am taking the Armour thyroid pills I was taking the Iodoral but was told that I probably don t need them My grandmother had a large goiter and my sis now is developing one While on the Iodoral my neck got skinny because the thyroid gland swelled up when I lacked enough Iodine Sis is taking the synthyroid pills With them I would have my heart race whenever I laid down of night Scared me so had Dr give me the other brand Does dry skin and eyes seem to indicate lack of enough Iodine Sheryl Canter says October 1 2014 at 12 07 am Kathy you don t give enough information for me to comment on your condition Who said you don t need more iodine Dry skin is a symptom of low thyroid Marisa says October 10 2014 at 2 26 pm Hello Sheryl many thanks for sharing your story I wondered if you could let us know how many nodules you had and how big they were I have two thyroid nodules the largest is nearly 4cm and at the moment it feels like I m choking Thankfully I m not hyperT nor hypoT I ve tried the iodine protocol twice this year and both times I felt extremely ill couldn t think straight extreme tiredness twitching muscles etc The symptoms cleared up within 2 days of coming off iodine I don t think I eased myself into it properly so I might try again at a slower pace But thanks anyway for sharing it s encouraging to hear there s a cure for some people at least Regards Marisa Marisa says October 10 2014 at 2 48 pm Sheryl I ve just realised that the Brownstein book you quote is called iodine why you need it why you can t live without it Could you let me know whether this is where you found the iodine protocol for your nodules please I have Brownstein s book overcoming thyroid disorders and it doesn t say anything about the dosage for nodules in there In fact if I remember correctly there is only one sentence in the whole book that mentions nodules I found my protocol off the internet but I just wondered whether the book you mentioned had more information in it than the one

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