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Article very short
This article seems awfully short for someone i regard as having found the keys to much of what ails the world. Hopefully I'll get around to filling out the stub but I encourage everyone to try to understand the few basic principles which have a huge impact on what we think we know of ourselves. Then for the few to work on the mechaniams brought to light. Apparently 10- 12 yrs ago the better members of the medical research community (?) came to agree that inflamation is at the root of most diseases of civilization. Perricone is perhaps the most public of exponents but perhaps not the best (?). Wblakesx 17:17, 14 August 2006 (UTC)wblakesx
Let someone translate in English my text in French on Hans Selye. I am, by now, out of Wikipedia in both French English.
Takima 23:06, 15 April 2007 (UTC)
- This article is an incredible mess and it has been a mess for months.--Filll 00:35, 5 February 2007 (UTC)
The biography link is not functional. I suggest
- http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9001506/Hans-Selye as replacements.
- http://www.nga.gov.au/Exhibition/KarshShmith/Detail.cfm?MnuID=3&SubMnuID=1&BioArtistIRN=25715&IRN=49450 and
"Some commentators considered him the first to demonstrate the existence of a separate stress disease, the stress syndrome, or general adaptation syndrome (GAS).But these commentators are wrong. Selye never ever said that stress was a syndrome,a disease, or the GAS."
- Never mind, someone must not like Selye, anonymous vandalism...I fixed it...but it still needs improving Gumby701 (talk) 18:41, 6 February 2008 (UTC)