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The Genetic Fad - A Medical Myth
Joel Wallach - Copper Deficiencies
Lawrence Broxmeyer - Mad Cow
Organophosphates - Mad Cow
Multiple Sclerosis and Mercury
Alternative Medicine Used for Flus
Good Fats (Omega-3 Fatty Acids)
Dr. Hulda Clark - Cancer and AIDs
Alternative Cancer Treatments
Vegans and Vitamin B-12
Aspartame, MSG - Excitotoxins
Sickle Cell Anemia
Jake Beason - Raising Children

Election Fraud 2004
9-11: A Government Operation
Pam Remembers Ronald Reagan
Family Values
Giving Thanks

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The Peace (Flower) Gallery
Glacier National Park Gallery
Autumn Foliage Gallery
2004 New York City Protests
Yellowstone National Park Gallery
The Badlands Photo Gallery
The Main Caverns Gallery
Luray Caverns in Virginia
Shenandoah Caverns in Virginia
Skyline Caverns in Virginia
Endless Caverns in Virginia
Dixie Caverns in Virginia
Natural Bridge in Virginia
Crystal Caverns at Hupp Hill in Virginia
Cave of the Mounds in Wisconsin
Kickapoo Indian Caverns in Wisconsin
Crystal Cave in Wisconsin
Niagara Cave in Minnesota
Mena Airport Photo Gallery
Skyline Drive Photo Gallery
The House on the Rock Gallery
Wisconsin Windmill Farm

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Other Health Web Sites:
Mercury Poisoned .com
Cancer Tutor .com
Dorway.com - Aspartame
Breast Implant Dangers

Dr. Hulda Clark - products
Dr. Clark Information Center
Dr. Joel Wallach
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer
Mark Purdey
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Dr. Hal Huggins
Dr. Lorainne Day
Dr. Andrew Weil
Dr. Ralph Moss - Cancer Decisions
Dr. Patrick Flanagan - Neurophone
NUCCA-Certified Chiropractors
Pranic Healing

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Information Clearing House
Prison Planet.com

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Banner Information
The standard day-to-day banner for PamRotella.com has remained the same since this site's creation, and appears as folllows:

The original day-to-day PamRotella.com banner

Here are the opening banner's photographs, left to right:
1.) Small building on my publisher's property (Quixote Press, imprint used for my book was Hearts 'N Tummies Cookbook Co.) in Wever, Iowa;
2.) Deer grazing along Skyline Drive, Virginia;
3.) Centralia, Pennsylvania's burning underground coal mine;
4.) Rainbow west of Houston, Texas;
5.) Prickly pears at alleged 1897 alien crash site in Aurora, Texas; and
6.) Hummingbird at feeder, Ozark Mountains, Arkansas.

The "Left Navigation Bar" Background
The artwork to the left was originally designed as another "Navigation bar," like that on the right of the page, but I never used the extra space. It has also remained the same since the site's creation, and the photos in the bar are to as follows:

Left navigation bar's photographs, top to bottom:
1.) Tulips at Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, Milwaukee, Wisconsin;
2.) Glacier National Park, Montana;
3.) The Badlands, South Dakota;
4.) Bison crossing stream at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming;
5.) Skyline Drive, Virginia;
6.) Weeping Wall, Glacier National Park, Montana;
7.) Purple passion fruit flower, Paradise, Texas;
8.) Pathway near Kickapoo Indian Caverns, Wisconsin;
9.) Glacier National Park, Montana;
10.) Bison herd, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming;
11.) Bull in Paradise, Texas;
12.) Tulip at Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Madison, Wisconsin;
13.) Ladybug, Milwaukee, Wisconsin;
14.) Shenandoah Cavern, Virginia;
15.) Stained glass at House on the Rock, Spring Green, Wisconsin;
16.) Lighthouse in Minnesota;
17.) Birch trees & autumn foliage in Minnesota;
18.) Red dragon stained glass backlit table at House on the Rock, Spring Green, Wisconsin;
19) Yellow flower at Boerner Botanical Gardens, Hales Corners, Wisconsin;
20.) Luray Caverns, Virginia;
21.) Hay bales on farm, Shoemakersville, Pennsylvania;
22.) Mississippi River at Fort Madison, Iowa;
23.) Walkway along the Mississippi River, New Orleans, Louisiana

Holiday Banners
Holiday banners vary from season to season and sometimes from year to year. Some of the more interesting banners are to follow.

The "Happy Holidays" Banner
Regardless of criticism over saying "Happy Holidays" rather than "Merry Christmas" during the Christmas and New Years season, I like to have a "Happy Holidays" banner out of respect for readers who aren't Christian (and also because the holiday season covers New Years as well as Christmas). My original "Happy Holidays" banner from 2009 (used through 2011 at least) was a group of deer who appeared during a snow storm on my landlord's property near Ithaca, New York in 2007. The deer actually came through on St. Patrick's Day, not during the end-of-year holiday season. At the time, I was loading a van to move to the Washington, DC area, as I had accepted a job offer there. (Yes, Ithaca does get blizzards as late as March -- it's upstate New York, after all, a short drive to New England.) This banner is fun, in that at first when you barely notice the banner above the page, the only obvious deer is off to the right, against the bright white snow. Then you look at the banner and see other deer among the trees, blending into their environment nicely. You can also enlarge it and find a minimum of SIX deer in the photo among the trees:

The original holiday banner from 2009

More Holiday Banners to come
This site has used other holiday banners, and I'll post more here as their seasons arrive, or as I have spare time. Thanks for visiting!


All original content including photographs © 1997 through 2011 by Pam Rotella. (News excerpts copyright by their corresponding authors, news organizations, or other copyright holders, and quoted here typically as "fair use" or "teaser" paragraphs to generate interest in the full articles.)