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    Joseph Michael Mercola (born 1954) is an alternative medicine proponent and osteopathic physician who markets a variety of dietary supplements and medical devices through his website, Mercola.com. Until 2013, Mercola operated the “Dr. Mercola Natural Health Center” (formerly the “Optimal Wellness Center”) in Schaumburg, Illinois. He wrote the best-selling books The No-Grain Diet (with Alison Rose Levy) and The Great Bird Flu Hoax. Mercola criticizes many aspects of standard medical practice, such as vaccination and what he views as overuse of prescription drugs and overuse of surgery to treat diseases. Mercola is a member of the political advocacy group Association of American Physicians and Surgeons as well as several alternative medicine organizations.


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