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Johnson & Johnson Found To Have Knowingly Allowed Asbestos In Their Baby Powder

We are starting to awaken to the fact that it seems to be the rule, and not the exception, that large Western corporations put profits above human health considerations. The only time they seem to give any regard to human health concerns is when their forecasts of potential lawsuits down the road would likely exceed the cost measures needed to ensure the safety of their product. Johnson & Johnson is just one of a long line of corporate perpetrators who believed that covering up and lying about known health concerns would make better business sense than taking the time and resources to…

Undermining Right-Wing Attack, Poll Shows Most Americans With Employer-Provided Insurance Support Moving to Medicare for All

A Business Insider poll published Thursday found that most Americans with employer-sponsored health coverage support switching over to Medicare for All, undermining the right-wing narrative that the U.S. public is wedded to private insurance plans. The survey showed that 59 percent of respondents who have employer-provided insurance “said they would support switching their employer-based health insurance to a government plan under Medicare for All” as long as quality of coverage would remain the same or improve. As Common Dreams reported last week, former Vice President Joe Biden, Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), and other corporate Democratic presidential candidates claim Americans are…

Fast food water tested for heavy metals: Taco Bell, KFC, Burger King, Dairy Queen, McDonalds, Subway and more

In our latest effort to test products for heavy metals and other contaminants, we recently acquired ice water from multiple fast food chains, including Whataburger, Jack in the Box, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Burger King and more. Using our mass spec laboratory instrumentation (ICP-MS), we tested all these water samples for heavy metals. You can see the full video revealing the test results only on Brighteon.com: https://www.brighteon.com/36ed24bb-9de7-4c48-84c3-f92eaaf20b12 Surprisingly high levels of copper in some samples What we found was extremely interesting. We didn’t find any lead, mercury, cadmium or arsenic in the water samples, but we did find surprisingly high levels…

Japan has NO vaccine mandates, yet achieves the HEALTHIEST children in the world

American politicians are notorious for spreading mass fear and panic about infectious disease outbreaks, which they routinely blame on unvaccinated people. But what these same Big Pharma puppets conveniently fail to mention is that in places like Japan, where vaccination is entirely optional, children are actually much healthier compared to anywhere else in the world. Japan not only has the healthiest children on the planet, according to the latest metrics, but also the highest “healthy life expectancy” among all age groups. And at the very same time, Japan also has the lowest vaccination rate in the entire world, which suggests…

Blood test can pick up Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms show with 94 per cent accuracy

Up to two decades before people develop the characteristic memory loss and confusion of Alzheimer’s disease, damaging clumps of protein start to build up in their brains. Now, a blood test to detect such early brain changes has moved one step closer to clinical use. Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis report that they can measure levels of the Alzheimer’s protein amyloid beta in the blood and use such levels to predict whether the protein has accumulated in the brain. When blood amyloid levels are combined with two other major Alzheimer’s risk factors—age and the presence…

Fasting For Three Days Can Regenerate Entire Immune System, Study Finds

These days there are always new diet options being offered up by the health and wellness industry. This has its good and bad points, of course. On the good side, we’re all built differently and our own unique systems function better with certain ways of eating than others. Variety is the spice of life! What works for one person may not work for another. For example, maybe a mostly-fruit diet is your thing. Or, perhaps you’re all about the high protein/low carbs. Whatever the spice is of your life, you can bet there’s a diet for you to try. The…

DHS confirms more Wisconsin hospitalizations, severe lung disease linked to vaping

State health officials say they’ve received more cases of teenagers and young adults hospitalized with severe lung disease linked to vaping. Last week the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin confirmed eight teens were hospitalized in July with seriously damaged lungs. Now that number is up to 11 cases in Door, Racine, Walworth, Dodge, Waukesha and Winnebago counties. Seven other cases are under further investigation. “We are currently interviewing patients, all of whom reported recent vaping. Our disease investigators continue to gather information about the names and types of vape products that were used in hopes of determining a common link,” said…

USA Today: Dozens of Floridians are being arrested for picking saw palmetto berries, known for their healing properties

If you live in Florida and want to pick some saw palmetto berries to sell at the farmer’s market, listen up. You now must have a permit to pick them. It is now a misdemeanor to harvest the berries without a permit, even on your own land, if you plan to sell or transport or them. The decision came last August after the state Endangered Plant Advisory Council added the plant to the Department of Agriculture’s commercially exploited plant list, which, defined by state law are: ..species native to the state which are subject to being removed in significant numbers…

Neurosurgeons successfully implant 3D printed skull

A 22-year-old woman from the Netherlands who suffers from a chronic bone disorder — which has increased the thickness of her skull from 1.5cm to 5cm, causing reduced eyesight and severe headaches — has had the top section of her skull removed and replaced with a 3D printed implant. The operation was performed by a team of neurosurgeons at the University Medical Centre Utrecht and the university claims this is this first instance of a successful 3D printed cranium that has not been rejected by the patient. The operation, which took 23 hours, was led by Dr Bon Verweij. The…

‘Astronomical’ US drug prices see people drive to Canada for life-saving insulin

Big Pharma’s price-gouging has forced a group of Americans to take a 15-hour drive across the border to Canada just to buy life-saving drugs and avoid the “astronomical cost” at home, one of the trip’s organizers told RT. In the US, the price of insulin nearly tripled between 2002 and 2013, growing by another 64 percent since. In order to get the life-saving medicine, a group of people from Minnesota recently spent 15 hours driving more than 815 miles (1,311km) on a bus to Canada, where it is much cheaper. Many Americans just can’t afford to buy the drugs they…

USA Today: Your dog may be at risk for developing heart disease based on their food, FDA says

A new report from the FDA says that your dogs’ diet could be a factor in whether they develop heart disease. It matters for humans, so it makes sense that it matters for animals, too. The FDA is continuing to investigate a possible connection between certain diets and cases of dilated cardiomyopathy, known as DCM or canine heart disease, which can result in congestive heart failure. The agency first announced the investigation in July 2018, and recently named 16 pet food brands most frequently identified in 524 reported cases, which included 515 dogs and nine cats. Steven M. Solomon, director…

Flu vaccine fails yet again as new wild strain appears halfway through flu season

A freakish influenza strain that reportedly “popped up halfway through the past flu season” once again rendered the government-sanctioned flu vaccine “virtually worthless,” new reports indicate. Writing for the Associated Press (AP), Mike Stobbe explains that the flu shot, which is recommended every year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent flu infection, turned out to be “a big disappointment” because it was a mismatch for the newly-appeared flu strain. While the CDC had previously claimed that the flu shot was about 47 percent effective as of last February, this effectiveness rate dropped to a mere…

5 recalls on blood pressure meds so far this year

Many of the small decisions you make each day have a compound effect on your overall health, including what you eat and drink, how much you exercise and even how you breathe. Sometimes small changes may pay big dividends and the same is true of the small, unhealthy decisions you may make. The rising number of people suffering from high blood pressure, increasing their risk for heart disease and stroke, is a testimony to the changing health habits experienced around the world. Lifestyle choices have a significant effect on your blood pressure. The updated guidelines1 released in 2017 have increased…

Defense Department to ban beer and pizza? Mandatory keto diet may enhance military performance

The controversial ketogenic or “keto” diet may be the future of the military, some defense officials say. Service members, and Navy SEALS especially, may have to forgo beer and burritos for skinny cocktails and avocado salad (forget the tortilla chips) if a proposal from Special Operations Command gains momentum. While a nutritionally enhanced future could eventually be put into effect for all branches, the SEALS and other underwater dive-mission specialists might be the first groups targeted for the change in nutritional guidelines. Lisa Sanders, the director of science and technology at U.S. Special Operations Command, presented an Ohio State University…

CDC Admits Flu Vaccine Failed 91% of the Time Against Current Flu Strain

Every year, the Centers for Disease Control releases its data on how effective the flu vaccine has been for the previous season, and nearly every year, the numbers are disappointing. Once again, doctors are now expressing their disappointment over the latest flu vaccine with the release of the CDC’s new data. This year’s flu vaccine “failed miserably” according to the CDC due to a current flu strain that showed up halfway through the season. As ABC 7 reports, in fact — the agency rated its effectiveness at just 9% against that strain and the overall effectiveness for the entire season…

THANKS TRUMP: Drug prices in 2019 are surging, with hikes at 5 times inflation

Price hikes on prescription drugs are surging in 2019, despite vows from lawmakers and the Trump administration to rein in pharmaceutical costs. So far in 2019, more than 3,400 drugs have boosted their prices, a 17% increase compared with the roughly 2,900 drug price increases at the same time in 2018, according to a new analysis by Rx Savings Solutions, a consultant to health plans and employers. The average price hike for those 3,400 drugs stands at 10.5%, or about 5 times the rate of inflation, the study found. About 41 drugs have boosted their prices by more than 100%,…

Why lead is dangerous, and the damage it does

Everything is a toxin, or has the potential to be, in the field of toxicology. In the 1500s, Swiss physician Paracelsus, the father of toxicology, coined his famous dictum: “What is there that is not poison? All things are poison and nothing is without poison. Solely the dose determines that a thing is not a poison.” Lead, however, is toxic at any dose. It serves no purpose in our body. Unlike most other toxins that our body can eliminate through metabolism and excretion, our body has no ability to purge lead. As a clinical toxicologist, I care for children and…

FDA Allows Cancer-causing Chemical in Popular Blood-pressure Drugs

More evidence that the drug approval process is completely broken. A pharmacy recently alerted the FDA to the presence of a cancer-causing chemical in the popular blood-pressure drug valsartan, putting millions of patients at risk. Incredibly, this isn’t even the first time dangerous chemicals have been found in this class of drugs. Generic forms of Valsartan have been recalled since 2018 when three other carcinogenic compounds were found in various versions of the drug. In this current episode, a solvent called dimethylformamide (DMF) was discovered in valsartan pills still on the market in the US, which the FDA was recommending…

FDA once again expands recall of blood pressure drugs

The Food and Drug Administration has once again expanded its recall of widely prescribed blood pressure drugs because of contamination with a chemical that is linked to cancer. This voluntary recall targets thirty-two lots of the blood pressure drug losartan, a generic angiotensin II receptor blocker, (ARB) distributed by Macleods Pharmaceuticals. Several batches of generic ARBs have been removed from the market because they contain the chemical poison nitrosamines, which increases the chance of getting certain kinds of cancer. Losartan is used to treat high blood pressure as well as heart failure. FDA spokesperson Jeremy Kahn said this to NBC…

FDA Warning: These 3 Expensive Brands of Food May Increase Your Dog’s Risk of Heart Disease

Sometimes even when you get the most expensive brands of dog food to pamper your pet, you still end up giving him something harmful. We’ve seen this with numerous dog food recalls in the past. Such is the case with three specific grain-free brands that the FDA has linked to heart disease in dogs. In July 2018, the FDA announced that it had begun investigating reports of canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs eating certain pet foods, many labeled as “grain-free,” which contained a high proportion of peas, lentils, other legume seeds (pulses), and/or potatoes in various forms (whole, flour,…

Insulin: why the price of a 100-year-old drug has tripled in a decade

Insulin prices have skyrocketed to the point where many people with diabetes live in insulin poverty, with one in four rationing their insulin and an even larger proportion trading off other life necessities (food, rent, clothing) to afford their insulin supply. The rise in insulin prices has nothing to do with recouping R&D costs (the majority of which are funded by government agencies, in any event): the cost of Humalog has risen 1000% in a decade, without any reformulations or refinements. Why are the prices so high? Because there’s no competition to speak of. Re-patenting and legal saber-rattling have kept…

17 Magnesium Filled Foods That Can Lower Your Risk of Anxiety, Depression, Heart Attacks And More

Magnesium is vitally important for biological function and optimal health. It’s the fourth most abundant mineral in your body and researchers have detected more than 3,750 magnesium-binding sites on human proteins.1 More than 300 different enzymes also rely on magnesium for proper function. This reflects the impact magnesium has on your biochemical processes, many of which are crucial for proper metabolic function. This includes, but is not limited to: Creation of ATP (adenosine triphospate), the energy currency of your body2,3 Relaxation of blood vessels Muscle and nerve function, including the action of your heart muscle Proper formation of bones and teeth…

Warning: A vaccine for Alzheimer’s is on the verge of becoming a reality

In the autumn of 2010, Mei Mei Hu, a management consultant for McKinsey in New York, received an unexpected invitation from her mother, Chang Yi Wang, asking her to join her for Christmas in Shanghai. Mei Mei always had a complicated relationship with her mother. “Chang Yi is very particular and exacting – which is part of her genius,” Mei Mei explains, sitting in a restaurant in Cold Spring Harbor, a former whaling community on Long Island’s North Shore. She’s tall and slim, with long dark hair pulled back in an unruly pony tail. She was born in Great Neck,…

Chemical found in toothpaste, soap may double women’s chances of osteoporosis

A chemical banned from hand sanitizers may double a woman’s chances of developing bone disease osteoporosis, a new study claims. Women with high exposure to triclosan were more likely to have bone issues, with Chinese researchers associating the ingredient commonly used in consumer products with a twofold increase in the chance of developing bone density issues and osteoporosis. The analysis of over 1,800 adult US women, published Tuesday in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, also unsurprisingly suggested older women with higher levels of triclosan in their urine were more at risk of having weaker bones. The hormone-disrupting chemical…

Time To Counterpunch Erroneous Pro-Vaccine Hype & Abuse

If ever there were statistics to play “hard ball” with regarding vaccines and vaccinations, boy have I found a grouping, which I will counterpunch using CDC/FDA reported science papers, not “vaccine voodoo, consensus science.” The chart below is taken from Journal of Communication in Healthcare Volume 9, 2016, Issue 3: “What makes anti-vaccine websites persuasive? A content analysis of techniques used by anti-vaccine websites to engender anti-vaccine sentiment,”  which states upfront in the article Abstract: Anti-vaccine websites contain a considerable amount of misinformation, most commonly that vaccines are dangerous, cause autism and brain injury. Websites used both scientific evidence and anecdotes…

China is Quietly Becoming the World’s Pharmacy — and There Are Big Risks

It’s impossible to ensure pharmaceutical & over-the-counter meds from China are safe, experts say.1 I’ve spent hours researching the health impacts of various vitamins, supplements and medications, weighing the costs and benefits of various options of each… until I end up researching how to cure a headache as well. Yet, I’ve neglected researching one major element of my health that you probably have, too – the pharmaceutical and over-the-counter drugs (OTC) that have become so critical to modern health. I’ve always just assumed that medications and vitamins would be one of the most closely scrutinized and regulated elements under the…

New Study: CBD Compound Could Be A Weapon Against Deadly Superbugs

With superbug infections on the rise and no way to treat them, a compound in CBD (cannabidiol) oil is showing promise.  The compound could be a new weapon against superbugs: those deadly infectious organisms which have evolved and no longer can be killed by antibiotics. CBD is the popular cannabis compound that doesn’t get you high.  It’s everywhere and can be seemingly be used for everything. From sleep disorders to stress relief, CBD is now becoming a popular and natural way to combat ailments. So it makes sense scientists would look to it for a new antibiotic that can potentially…

Popular FDA-approved heart pill found to contain deadly, cancer-causing chemical

An online pharmacy company known as Valisure, which is currently licensed to operate in 37 states, has issued an urgent warning to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about a cancer-causing chemical found in valsartan, a popular blood pressure pharmaceutical manufactured by Novartis and several other drug companies. As it turns out, valsartan contains high levels of dimethylformamide, or DMF, which the World Health Organization (WHO) classifies as a “probable human carcinogen” – just like glyphosate, the primary active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide. For the safety of patients, Valisure is calling on the FDA to immediately recall valsartan…

Prescription For Violence: The Corresponding Rise of Antidepressants, SSRIs & Mass Shootings

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), a mass murder occurs when at least four people are murdered, not including the shooter, over a relatively short period of time during a single incident. Over the last 30 years, the United States has seen a significant increase in mass shootings, which are becoming more frequent and more deadly. Seemingly every time a mass shooting occurs, whether it’s at a synagogue in Pittsburgh or a nightclub in Orlando, the anti-gun media and politicians have a knee-jerk response – they blame the tragedy solely on the tool used, namely firearms, and focus all of their proposed “solutions” on more…

Spanish doctor suspended for claiming vaccines cause autism

The Madrid Medical Association (Icomem) has banned Spanish doctor Isabel Bellostas for 364 days for spreading “unsupported claims, against scientific evidence, on the origin and cause of the autism spectrum disorder,” health sources have told EL PAÍS. According to these sources, Bellostas has been charged with serious misconduct for her theories on autism and for “promoting treatment and operations completely lacking in evidence that have serious health effects for patients.” Icomem has confirmed the length of time of the ban, but not whether it has been applied to Bellostas. The case was brought by the Spanish Autism Confederation, which also…

Spending at least two hours a week in nature may be a crucial threshold for promoting health and wellbeing…

Spending at least two hours a week in nature may be a crucial threshold for promoting health and wellbeing, according to a new large-scale study. Research led by the University of Exeter, published in Scientific Reports and funded by NIHR, found that people who spend at least 120 minutes in nature a week are significantly more likely to report good health and higher psychological wellbeing than those who don’t visit nature at all during an average week. However, no such benefits were found for people who visited natural settings such as town parks, woodlands, country parks and beaches for less…

Lymphoma patients are being completely cured in a way “never been seen before”

NHS patients with lymphoma have for the first time been given a pioneering treatment that genetically reprogrammes their immune system to fight cancer. Mike Simpson, 62, from Durham, says his cancer is now “on the run”. The therapy, called CAR-T, is a “living drug” that is tailor-made for each patient using their body’s own cells Doctors at King’s College Hospital, London, said some patients were being completely cured in a way that had “never been seen before”. How does the treatment work? CAR-T is the pinnacle of personalised medicine as it has to be developed for each individual patient. Firstly,…

New Israeli technology can now freeze cancer cells

An Israeli company called Icecure has developed exciting new technology that freezes cancer cells. The treatment requires local anesthesia and takes up to one hour, and for some only ten to fifteen minutes, and many patients are home the same day. Thousands of women with breast cancer have already been treated in hospitals across the world, including Spain, Japan, Germany and Australia, and a clinical trial is underway in the United States. The treatment leaves only a small scar in the tissue, with no other marks. Elizabeth Sadka, Vice President of Icecure Medical, describes the treatment: “…is meant to replace…

Heart Attack at 49—America’s Biggest Killer Makes a Deadly Comeback

One of America’s greatest achievements over much of the past century has been a huge decline in death rates from heart disease and strokes. Anti-smoking campaigns, medications to control blood pressure and cholesterol, and surgical advances have extended millions of lives, fundamentally reshaping the U.S. population. Now, progress has stalled. That’s helping drive down life expectancy in the U.S. after decades in which each generation of Americans could expect to live longer than the one that came before. The death rate for cardiovascular disease—which includes heart disease and strokes—has fallen just 4% since 2011 after dropping more than 70% over…

People who spend more time outdoors lead more fulfilling lives, new research shows

It’s been established that people who spend more time in parks and other natural settings tend to report higher levels of health and happiness, but new research shows there’s actually a magic number for it. According to a study published this week in the journal Nature Scientific Reports, spending 120 minutes a week strolling a tree-lined street or sitting by a lake can greatly enhance a person’s overall sense of well-being. Less time didn’t yield any significant benefit, the research showed. Recommended Video Those who got in two to three hours in nature were about 20% more likely to report…

The “ghost networks” of mental health professionals that US health insurers rely on to deny care to their patients

If you’ve decided to investigate treatment options for your mental health, your health insurer will cheerfully refer you to a list of hundreds of providers — but as STAT’s Jack Turban discovered, this “network” of providers is actually a “ghost network,” filled with wrong numbers that ring in McDonald’s restaurants and jewelers. If you happen to reach an actual mental health professional, they’ll probably tell you they’re not accepting new patients. An NIH study tried calling 360 in-network Blue Cross Blue Shield providers in Houston, Chicago, and Boston, with a 74% failure rate — that is, only 26% of those…

Heartburn Drugs Linked To Fatal Heart And Kidney Disease, Stomach Cancer

I find medicine commercials humorous. They always begin with a montage of miserable people suffering from a painful health condition while sad music plays in the background. But as soon as the medicine brand comes into frame, suddenly these same people are in perfect health, smiling and living their best life. It’s hilarious. The part that really cracks me up though is when the commercial announcer starts listing off the side effects. As you’re watching happy, perfect people running through fields of daisies you’re hearing possible adverse reactions like crippling migraines, rapid weight gain, and chin hairs. It seems to…

Gavin Newsom agrees to sign California bill restricting vaccine exemptions

California Governor Gavin Newsom told reporters on Tuesday that he will sign proposed Senate Bill 276, which would restrict medical exemptions for vaccines, now that it has been modified to address concerns that the state would have too much control over medical exemptions issued by physicians. The Assembly must now pass the bill before Newsom can sign it. He recently expressed concerns about the bill, saying he did not want government officials making vaccine decisions that should remain between doctors and patients. State Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, had been working with the Gov. Newsom’s office for two weeks, and has…

BREAKING: Big Pharma blood pressure drugs found laced with cancer-causing chemical; but FDA says don’t stop taking them

For years, we’ve warned that Big Pharma’s business model is a “repeat business” racket that profits from sickness and disease. We also know that cancer is a multi-billion-dollar industry that generates huge profits from the repeat business of cancer “therapies” such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Now comes news that a popular blood pressure drug sold by Novartis has been found to be laced with a cancer-causing chemical known as “dimethylformamide.” “A pharmacy warned the Food and Drug Administration that it found a chemical believed to cause cancer in a widely used blood pressure medication, according to a filing from the…

Bayer to invest $5.6 billion in weedkiller research to help reputation

Bayer is doing damage control after suffering losses caused by U.S. lawsuits over claims its weedkiller glyphosate causes cancer. On Friday, the company said it would invest $5.6 billion in pesticide research. Bayer also promised to lower its environmental impact by 30% through 2030 by means such as practicing more precise and more careful application of its chemicals to crops. The move was likely prompted by Bayer’s shares hitting a seven-year low after a couple in California was awarded over $2 billion dollars last month, in the largest-ever U.S. jury award over claims the glyphosate-based weedkiller Roundup causes cancer. This…

We’ve Started Growing Spikes in the Back of Our Skulls Because We Use Smartphones so Much

Modern life is transforming the human skeleton. Humans are now developing a bone spike at the back of the head caused by regularly looking down at their smartphones, according to a recent study. The phenomenon is called an external occipital protuberance: a lump on the back of the head believed to be caused by the body reacting to smartphone use by growing new bone layers on the back of the skull. David Shahar, a health scientist at the University of The Sunshine Coast, Australia, told BBC that in the last twenty years, he has noticed a spike in patients who have the extra bone layers was…

Mom fitted With Pacemaker At Age 32 Says She Used To drink 6 Energy Drinks Per Day

In the last several years the energy drink industry has reached over $9.7 billion in sales within the United States alone. With its marketing targeted towards adolescents and young adults, it’s no surprise that 51% of college students in a recent study said that they consumed at least one energy drink per month. (1, 2) When you just need to take a nap, but life needs you to still show up energetic and full of life, you might turn to an energy drink as a reliable source to deliver a boost. But your energy drink comes with some eye-opening health…

Opioid pharma giant ordered to pay $225 million after being caught bribing doctors to prescribe more deadly fentanyl pills to patients

Insys Therapeutics of Chandler, Arizona, is reportedly having to fork out $225 million in fines to the federal government for bribing doctors to prescribe as much fentanyl and other opiates as they could get away with – including to patients who didn’t even need them. Described as the “driving force” behind America’s ongoing opioid epidemic, the shady “distribution scheme” hatched by Insys involved contracting with doctors to illicitly prescribe opioids in exchange for high-paying “sham speeches” – a pay-for-play trafficking conspiracy, in other words, that’s made pill-pushing doctors and Insys obscenely wealthy. Under the guise of giving “educational” talks, the…

Vaccine “excipient” summary exposes mercury, human abortion serum, and monkey kidney cells are STILL used in childhood vaccines, while CDC lies to America

The CDC claims that mercury was removed from all childhood vaccines 20 years ago, but thimerosal is 50 percent mercury by weight, on average, and it’s listed on nearly every influenza vaccine (flu shot) and also the DTaP, so, you were saying? They also claim it’s “safe when used as a preservative” in vaccines, but no amount of mercury is safe in the human body, in fact, mercury is the most toxic non-radioactive element on earth. It gets worse. We’re all basically involuntarily and unknowingly cannibals thanks to the insidious vaccine industry, since they use mutated cells from human abortions…

Blood pressure medication recall continues to expand

A recall on blood pressure medication first announced in April has been expanded. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc. issued a voluntary recall for losartan potassium tablets that may contain N-Nitroso-N-methyl-4-aminobutyric acid (NMBA) at levels higher than the FDA’s acceptable exposure limit. NMBA, which has been shown to cause cancer in rats, qualifies as a known animal carcinogen and a potential human carcinogen. The expanded recall involves six lots of bulk losartan potassium USP tablets — two are 50 mg strength tablets, while the other four are 100 mg strength tablets. The tablets were sold to Golden State Medical Supply, Inc., and…

Coffee will Kill You, Until it Won’t, and Other Fake Health News

Every week there is another health pronouncement saying what is now good for you and what is going to kill you. Unfortunately, the “what” is often interchangeable — what was supposed to kill you last week is now suddenly good for you or vice versa. Foods, supplements, and activities, all studied extensively and determined to be either good or bad, then subject to a new study, with the opposite conclusion. How can this be? Is the science that fickle? Or is this lousy research? Some studies note an association which they spin as causation, like determining that older ladies who…

Government Report: $160 Million Paid So Far in 2019 for Vaccine Injuries and Deaths

On June 6th, the federal government Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines (ACCV) under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services wrapped up their second meeting of 2019. These meetings occur quarterly and include a report from the Department of Justice on case settlements for vaccine deaths and injuries as ordered by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP). The NVICP came about as a result of a 1986 law that provided pharmaceutical companies legal immunity from being sued as a result of injuries and deaths caused by vaccines. This means that drug companies have free reign to develop as…

Study: United States Uses 100 Pesticides and Herbicides Banned in Other Countries

Nathan Donley of Environmental Health Program, Center for Biological Diversity in Portland, Oregon, has just published an article in the journal Environmental Health titled “The USA lags behind other agricultural nations in banning harmful pesticides.” Background The United States of America (USA), European Union (EU), Brazil and China are four of the largest agricultural producers and users of agricultural pesticides in the world. Comparing the inclination and ability of different regulatory agencies to ban or eliminate pesticides that have the most potential for harm to humans and the environment can provide a glimpse into the effectiveness of each nation’s pesticide regulatory…

In the next 10 years, everything you know about “being human” will change…

In the next 10 years, everything you know about “being human” will change… Everything from how we think… how we’re born… and what it means to die will change in ways we can’t possibly predict. It’s the biggest inflection point in human history. The changes in the next decade will dwarf anything we’ve seen before. The impact will be bigger than anything we saw with the internet… the internal combustion engine… or even the printing press. That’s a bold claim – and I don’t make it lightly. I wouldn’t have said something like that even three years ago. But it’s…

Pharmaceuticals deplete your body of magnesium, increasing your risk of disease

Are pharmaceuticals making you sick? Research shows that popular over-the-counter medications can deplete your body of magnesium, leading to a dangerous deficiency and potentially, disease. Even the FDA has been forced to admit that proton pump inhibitors — popular drugs used to treat excess stomach acid — are a threat to human health, especially when used for long periods of time. Taking proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, regularly can lead to magnesium deficiency, and ultimately, any number of diseases related to low magnesium levels. PPIs are not the only drugs that can negatively effect nutritional status; there are many popular…

The medical establishment routinely lies about patients being “brain dead” in order to harvest their organs for the multi-billion dollar transplant industry

A renowned neurologist from Brazil has boldly come forward to expose the multi-billion dollar organ transplant industry, which we now know is largely built upon fraudulent “brain death” diagnoses dating all the way back to the 1960s. According to Dr. Cicero G. Coimbra, M.D., Ph.D., comatose patients aren’t always “brain dead,” as we’ve all been conditioned to believe. In many cases, individuals in a coma could actually be “revived,” were their doctors properly equipped with the appropriate knowledge in how to do so. But they’re generally not, which means that many patients are being erroneously declared “dead.” And once “dead,”…

10 toxic chemicals to avoid in personal care products

Opting for locally sourced, whole foods is a critical step in taking care of your personal health. But, being concerned about what food goes into your mouth is only half the battle. You may be surprised to learn the personal care items you and your family are using – every day – are putting your health in jeopardy because of the toxic chemicals inside. From cleansers to cosmetics, the personal care products in your home may contain known cancer-causing chemicals.  Make the switch (today), because the use of chemical-free shampoo and other natural personal care products will greatly reduce your…

Why Magnesium Is a Cornerstone Mineral for Health

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant element in your body,1 and one of the seven essential minerals we can’t live without.2 It’s necessary for the healthy functioning of most cells, but especially your heart, kidneys and muscles. Low levels of magnesium impede cellular metabolic function and deteriorate mitochondrial function. As it is also required for the activation of vitamin D, deficiency may hamper your ability to convert vitamin D from sun exposure and/or oral supplementation. Unfortunately, deficiency is common and research shows even subclinical deficiencies may jeopardize your health. If you’ve recently had a blood panel drawn, you may assume…

A prescription you can afford: A 30-minute walk every day can reduce your blood pressure as much as a pill

Even the slightest brush with high blood pressure can be enough to scare many people into taking blood pressure medication. After all, high blood pressure can lead to heart disease and raise your risk of heart attack or stroke. However, researchers have found an even better way to get your blood pressure under control, and it’s something you can start right now without a visit to your doctor. Just half an hour of exercise each morning can be just as effective at lowering your blood pressure for the remainder of the day as medication. This is according to a study…

Fast food could cause dementia – and the damage is ‘irreversible’, scientists claim

IT’s no secret that fast food isn’t the best for our waistline, but now scientists claim it could cause dementia. Experts say that unhealthy eating habits and a lack of exercises puts people at risk of a significant decline in brain function. A team at Australian National University found people are consuming an extra 650 calories every day, compared with what we were eating 50 years ago. That’s the equivalent of a burger, fries and a soft drink. But they say that they’ve proven a clear link between eating more and brain deterioration. Prof Nicolas Cherbuin, who led the research…

How to Increase Testosterone: Natural Hacks That Work

From supporting a healthy libido to building muscle mass, testosterone is an important hormone that has a massive influence on men’s health. Testosterone levels (sometimes called T levels) decline with age. The effects of “low-T” are cumulative, meaning the lower they go, the more you feel the symptoms. Many men say that the more their testosterone levels decline, the older they feel. Want to know how to increase testosterone? Read on! Although some men seek out anti-aging clinics and testosterone therapy, there’s actually an array of strategies — from exercise and diet to vitamins, minerals, and hormone-boosting herbs — that…

Monsanto, Bayer Struggle to Keep Up with Growing Roundup Cancer Litigation

Turmoil both in and outside courtrooms appears to be growing for Monsanto, a unit of German owner Bayer AG, as the company works to meet overlapping deadlines for appeal actions in the three Roundup cancer trials Monsanto has lost so far at the same time that the company must prepare for new trials at the end of this summer. The weight of the litigation burden was laid out by a Monsanto/Bayer attorney in a recent California Court of Appeal filing seeking more time to file a brief in Monsanto’s appeal of the first case it lost last summer. That plaintiff in that…

Exposure to glyphosate increases risk of cancer by more than 40%

The recent legal victories of people who developed cancer following glyphosate exposure have attracted a lot of headlines, with tens of millions of dollars being awarded to individuals and many other pending lawsuits expected to have similar outcomes. Yet the maker of glyphosate-based Roundup, Monsanto, continues to insist that their products are safe and the risk is exaggerated. However, it’s going to be hard to argue with a new meta-analysis that shows just how strong the link is between exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides like Roundup and a higher risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The new paper, which is a comprehensive review…

STD superbugs spreading like wildfire … One exposure and you’re infected for life

Asked to visualize what an apocalyptic end of the world might look like, few people would picture death by superbug, and yet uncontrollable, antibiotic-resistant bacteria are one of the greatest threats facing mankind. The World Health Organization warns that antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has the potential to be more deadly than cancer, with the ability to kill as many as 10 million people a year. In addition to costing the world economy upwards of $100 trillion annually, left unchecked, AMR threatens to reverse all the health gains and longer lifespans that antibiotics made possible in the 20th century. As reported by…

Common fungicide found to be harmful to humans – researcher told to back off or lose everything

A biology researcher I know at UW Madison has spent the last decade or so researching fludioxonil to determine how it actually kills fungus. During his research he discovered the method of action and that it also effects human cells in the same way. Now he’s pushing for more research on fludioxonil and the synergistic effects of compounds we spray on our food supply. As things stand now, no one who introduces a chemical has to study what happens when it mixes with other chemicals in the food supply. After his research was published, he has been forbidden from continuing…

Vaccine Rhetoric vs. Reality—Keeping Vaccination’s Unflattering Track Record Secret

Note: This is Part VI in a series of articles adapted from the second Children’s Health Defense eBook: Conflicts of Interest Undermine Children’s Health. The first eBook, The Sickest Generation: The Facts Behind the Children’s Health Crisis and Why It Needs to End, described how children’s health began to worsen dramatically in the late 1980s following fateful changes in the childhood vaccine schedule.] A concerted and “heavy-handed” effort is under way to censor information that contradicts the oversimplified sound bites put forth by public health agencies and the media about vaccines. However, while brazen, in-your-face censorship—and attacks on health freedom—have ratcheted up to an unprecedented…

Laser Destroys Cancer Cells Circulating in the Blood

Tumor cells that spread cancer via the bloodstream face a new foe: a laser beam, shined from outside the skin, that finds and kills these metastatic little demons on the spot. In a study published today in Science Translational Medicine, researchers revealed that their system accurately detected these cells in 27 out of 28 people with cancer, with a sensitivity that is about 1,000 times better than current technology. That’s an achievement in itself, but the research team was also able to kill a high percentage of the cancer-spreading cells, in real time, as they raced through the veins of the participants.  If developed…

Teachers at school built on ‘toxic site’ have the same rare cancer

Four teachers at a Scottish school built on a toxic landfill site have developed the same rare form of cancer. Four teachers at a Scottish school built on a toxic landfill site have developed the same rare form of cancer. All the staff members were diagnosed with bladder cancer. Three of them worked in the same corridor at Buchanan High School in Coatbridge, where pupils and staff were told not to drink the tap water after it turned blue. Meanwhile, a mother is demanding to know whether her autistic son’s sudden blindness is linked to contamination at the site of…

U.S. death rates from suicides, alcohol and drug overdoses reach all-time high…West Virginia and Ohio far outpace other states in drug overdose death rates

Rates of deaths from suicides, drug overdoses and alcohol have reached an all-time high in the United States, but some states have been hit far harder than others, according to a report released Wednesday by the Commonwealth Fund. The report examined data in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., taking an in-depth look at 47 factors that have an impact on health outcomes, including insurance coverage, access to doctors, obesity, smoking, even tooth loss, and ultimately assigning each state a score. The data are from 2017. Although the rates of the so-called deaths of despair are up nationally, the report’s…

Corporations Shouldn’t Be Able to Patent Your DNA

The practice of patenting genes, once banned by the Supreme Court, may come back soon despite a measure of horror the very idea once inspired. Author Michael Crichton warned of the evils of gene patents in his 2006 novel “Next” and, more directly, in a 2007 New York Times commentary piece. Crichton’s concern about giving exclusive legal rights to the use of information about human bodies was a matter of principle: “You can’t patent snow, eagles or gravity, and you shouldn’t be able to patent genes, either. Yet by now one-fifth of the genes in your body are privately owned.”…

Cheerios, Nature Valley cereals contain insane amounts of Roundup according to latest EWG study

Major food companies like General Mills continue to sell popular children’s breakfast cereals and other foods contaminated with troubling levels of glyphosate, the cancer-causing ingredient in the herbicide Roundup. The weedkiller, produced by Bayer-Monsanto, was detected in all 21 oat-based cereal and snack products sampled in a new round of testing commissioned by the Environmental Working Group. All but four products contained levels of glyphosate higher than what EWG scientists consider protective for children’s health with a sufficient margin of safety. The new tests confirm and amplify EWG’s findings from tests in July and October of last year, with levels…

Dogs Can Sniff Out Cancer With 97 Percent Accuracy, Study Shows

It’s no secret that dogs love to sniff around. Take your dog for a walk and chances are they’ll spend most of their time sniffing about, using their storied olfactory abilities to take in as much of the world around them as possible. Indeed, the canine sense of smell has long been a potent tool used by humans, be it in police operations, forensic investigations, and even detecting pests such as bed bugs. With anywhere from 200 to 300 million sense receptors in dogs’ noses—versus a paltry 5 million in human noses—man’s best friend is highly sensitive to odors we…

“The Biggest Animal Disease Outbreak We’ve Ever Had On The Planet” Has Already Killed Millions – And There Is “No Way To Stop It”

We have never seen an animal disease outbreak like this before, and it is rapidly getting worse.  African Swine Fever, also referred to as “pig Ebola”, has already wiped out millions upon millions of pigs and it continues to spread to even more countries.  There is no vaccine and there is no cure, and so essentially we don’t have any way to stop this disease.  At this point, the only solution is to kill all the pigs wherever the virus is found and desperately hope that it doesn’t spread anywhere else.  But that approach clearly hasn’t been working, and according…

Tech giants to censor all healthy living content that promotes nutrition, organics, clean water, clean vaccines or anti-cancer foods

Over a month ago, I was contacted by a source who warned me that Natural News would be targeted for system-wide de-platforming. On Saturday, Facebook completely deleted the Natural News channel, citing nothing at all. Natural News did not violate any “community standards” or Facebook rules; the tech giant simply wanted us to be silenced and annihilated, so they flipped the switch and deleted Natural News and our nearly 3 million followers. But that’s just the beginning of what’s being launched as a far-reaching censorship campaign against natural health information on the web. According to that same source who warned…