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www.reference.com/article/dr-russel-blaylock-c2efcd95bab5a008

Dr. Russell Blaylock is a retired neurosurgeon and the author of the Blaylock Wellness Report, according to his website. He has served as the Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. As of 2015, he is a visiting professor of biology at Belhaven Co

www.reference.com/article/blaylock-wellness-report-6dcb73eaf8ae910c

The Blaylock Wellness Report, edited by Dr. Russell Blaylock, is a monthly newsletter that discusses heart disease prevention, tips on lowering high blood pressure, alternative treatments for cancer and other health information, according to its website. It heavily criticizes the pharmaceutical indu

www.reference.com/world-view/dr-russell-blaylock-scam-75aa3f5be2fc041e

Dr. Russell Blaylock is the editor of The Blaylock Wellness Report, a monthly newsletter that claims to offer alternative health information. Physicians have strongly criticized Blaylock, especially for his stance on vaccination, on prominent medical blogs Science-Based Medicine and Respectful Insol

www.reference.com/article/skeptic-s-dictionary-say-russell-blaylock-scam-8fddcb8e1f2bec38

The Skeptic's Dictionary lays out the case that Dr. Richard Blaylock exploits his formerly successful practice in neurosurgery to sell books, supplements and newsletter subscriptions. As of 2015, he is a prominent figure in the anti-vaccination crowd, claiming that vaccinations cause Parkinson's dis

www.reference.com/article/russell-blaylock-md-listed-quackwatch-6fa9859bbee992bf

Russel Blaylock, MD is listed on Quackwatch because of his stance on certain immunizations. Dr. Blaylock believes that many immunizations are dangerous and claims that science-based medicine is not interested in preventing diseases.

www.reference.com/article/create-newsletter-2ed85ed2cd3abde5

The first step to creating a newsletter is to assemble a creative team. Next, pick a name for your newsletter, and get writing contributions. Proofread the newsletter before sending it to your target audience.

www.reference.com/article/good-name-newsletter-aa4a335d5b1323e4

A name for a newsletter depends on the targeted audience. Plumbers might enjoy "In The Pipe," while frequent customers of a garden nursery might prefer "Green Thumb Gazette." The name does not necessarily need to be a pun or joke, but should attract interest from the intended recipients.

www.reference.com/world-view/dr-russell-blaylock-scam-75aa3f5be2fc041e

Dr. Russell Blaylock is the editor of The Blaylock Wellness Report, a monthly newsletter that claims to offer alternative health information. Physicians ha Dr. Russell Blaylock is the editor of The Blaylock Wellness Report, a monthly newsletter that claims to offer alternative health information. Ph

www.blaylockreport.com

Dr. Blaylock is a nationally recognized, board-certified neurosurgeon, health practitioner, author and lecturer. He has more than a quarter-century of medical experience. His credentials include 26 years of experience in neurosurgery, editorship of the respected Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons and Journal of the American ...

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Dr. Blaylock is a nationally recognized, board-certified neurosurgeon, health practitioner, author and lecturer. He has more than a quarter-century of medical experience. Note: as an active subscriber you also get access to the archives of all of Dr. Blaylock’s Blaylock Wellness Reports. This is a value of $250 free!