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Taking multivitamins can reduce your risk of death from any illness by up to 70%

Some people believe that taking multivitamins doesn’t benefit their health in any way, and when you see the price tag on some vitamins, you might be hoping they are right. However, studies show that taking a multivitamin can indeed make a big difference, especially if it accompanies a healthy, active lifestyle. In some cases, it can reduce a person’s risk of death by up to 70 percent. A study published in the Journal of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment explored multivitamin supplementation in 2,200 women who had been diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer from 1997 to 2000. Researchers tracked the…

ISRAEL considers fines on families who refuse to vaccinate….

Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman warned Thursday that he will consider taking measures against families who refuse to vaccinate their children, after a recent outbreak of measles that he said primarily afflicted those who refuse to use the preventative treatment. Litzman spoke as he received an annual flu vaccine at the Hamashtela elementary school in Tel Aviv, Hadashot TV news reported. The warning came as health officials have pointed to a marked increase in measles cases throughout the country. In the past two weeks the Health Ministry contacted hundreds of families whose children passed through emergency rooms in hospitals where…

Not by accident: Alarming levels of arsenic, cadmium, and lead found in many popular baby and toddler foods…

You’ve probably heard that lead has been found in drinking water, that certain kinds of fish contain high levels of mercury, and that worrisome amounts of arsenic have been found in rice. But you may not know why that’s a problem—or that these elements (and others, such as lead and cadmium), commonly known as “heavy metals,” are also in many other foods. This includes foods made just for babies and toddlers, such as popular snacks, cereals, prepared entrées, and packaged fruits and vegetables. Over time, exposure to heavy metals can harm the health of adults and children. One of the…

List of Companies Using Aborted Fetal Cells to Enhance Flavor in Food Products

Every time we eat any of the food sources listed below (and any time we eat the flesh and blood of another sentient being), we are participating in a satanic ritual. It’s time to say ‘no’ by never purchasing products made with dead babies again. The following products are manufactured using aborted fetal cells: PEPSI BEVERAGES: – All Pepsi soft drinks – Sierra Mist soft drinks – Mountain Dew soft drinks – Mug root beer and other soft drinks – No Fear beverages – Ocean Spray beverages – Seattle’s Best Coffee – Tazo beverages – AMP Energy beverages – Aquafina…

The Dialysis Industry Is Spending $111 Million to Argue That Regulating It Would Put It Out of Business

There’s a new winner for the coveted title of most expensive ballot initiative campaign in American history. And it’s a race that’s been waged completely under the national radar. In California, the dialysis industry has spent a record $111.4 million to oppose Proposition 8, which would cap what outpatient clinics can charge patients. Of that sum, $101 million comes from just two for-profit companies, Fresenius and DaVita, which serve around three-quarters of all dialysis patients in California and roughly the same portion nationwide. The industry’s aggressive spending undercuts its core message in the campaign, that capping profits would lead to mass…

Vox Media, the owner of seven influential web properties advocates drugging the water supply with lithium to help prevent suicide…

Lithium is a potent psychiatric drug, one of the primary prescribed medications for bipolar disorder. But it’s also an element that occurs naturally all over the Earth’s crust — including in bodies of water. That means that small quantities of lithium wind up in the tap water you consume every day. Just how much is in the water varies quite a bit from place to place. Naturally, that made researchers curious: Are places with more lithium in the water healthier, mentally? Do places with more lithium have less depression or bipolar or — most importantly of all — fewer suicides?…

Merck Pulls Out Of West African Vaccine Market…Moves On To China Where It Can Be Sold For A Higher Price

The pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. Inc. is ending a long-term agreement to supply a lifesaving vaccine for children in West Africa. At the same time, the company has started sending the vaccine to China, where it will likely be sold for a much higher price. The vaccine is for a deadly form of diarrhea, called rotavirus, which kills about 200,000 young children and babies each year. Merck’s decision means it will fall short of its commitment to supply its rotavirus vaccine, RotaTeq, to four low-income countries in 2018 and 2019, according to Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. By 2020, the…

10 Potassium-rich foods you need to include on your grocery list

The World Health Organization (WHO) says that an average person needs around 3,510 mg of the potassium every day, whereas the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) says that 4,700 mg is needed to experience optimum health. Regardless of the number, the typical American only consumes around 2,640 mg of potassium daily. This number is significantly lower than what is recommended. Potassium is an essential macromineral and has been linked with the prevention of several diseases and illnesses. Furthermore, potassium protects against muscle loss and can counteract the negative effects of sodium. Those with cardiac-related problems are often prescribed…

Pennsylvania senator to introduce resolution calling Congress to repeal the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act

Sen. Mike Folmer of Pennsylvania believes strongly that parents have a constitutional right to informed consent, especially in regards to vaccines. And that is why he announced on January 3, 2018, that he will be introducing “Informed Consent” legislation which would require that patients and parents be given information regarding the risks and (supposed) benefits of vaccinations. He also plans to introduce a resolution to Congress that would repeal the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) which gave vaccine manufacturers absolute immunity from being sued when their vaccines cause serious harm or death. The senator rightly feels that NCVIA “limits our ability…

STUDY: People whose appendix had been removed were less likely to develop Parkinson’s disease

The brain disease Parkinson’s may actually start in the depths of the digestive system, US scientists say. In their study, people whose appendix had been removed were less likely to develop the neurodegenerative disease. And the appendix, long thought of as pointless in the human body, contained the substance that kills brain cells. Parkinson’s UK said the findings were the most compelling evidence yet that the disease’s origins lie outside the brain. In Parkinson’s, toxic proteins build up in the brain to kill nerves, particularly those linked with movement. Parkinson’s disease is incurable It affects 128,000 people in the UK…

Eye Scan May Detect Early Alzheimer’s Disease…

Results from two studies show that a new, non-invasive imaging device can see signs of Alzheimer’s disease in a matter of seconds. The researchers show that the small blood vessels in the retina at the back of the eye are altered in patients with Alzheimer’s. Even patients who have a family history of Alzheimer’s but have no symptoms show these telltale signs. And they showed that they can distinguish between people with Alzheimer’s and those with only mild cognitive impairment. Results from these studies are being presented at AAO 2018, the 122nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. …

SHARE THIS: 33 Tips for a good night’s sleep

Sleep is one of the great mysteries of life. Like gravity or the quantum field, we still don’t understand exactly why we sleep—although we are learning more about it every day. We do know, however, that good sleep is one of the cornerstones of health. Six to eight hours per night seems to be the optimal amount of sleep for most adults, and too much or too little can have adverse effects on your health. Sleep deprivation is such a chronic condition these days that you might not even realize you suffer from it. Science has now established that a…

Large study shows that eating more organic food lowers your cancer risk by 25%

People who buy organic food are usually convinced it’s better for their health, and they’re willing to pay dearly for it. But until now, evidence of the benefits of eating organic has been lacking. Now a new French study that followed 70,000 adults, most of them women, for five years has reported that the most frequent consumers of organic food had 25 percent fewer cancers over all than those who never ate organic. Those who ate the most organic fruits, vegetables, dairy products, meat and other foods had a particularly steep drop in the incidence of lymphomas, and a significant…

Anti-vaccine billboards appear in several states

Driving down Hal Greer Boulevard in Huntington, you might catch a glimpse of the late Nicholas Catone’s smiling face, contrasted by a grim, red-lettered claim that the 20-month-old New Jersey boy’s death was caused by routine childhood vaccinations. Similar billboards have popped up in Dunbar and Parkersburg in West Virginia this month, part of a nationwide campaign by Learn The Risk, a national nonprofit promoting the alleged risks of childhood vaccinations. More than 30 similar billboard ads in states including Pennsylvania, New York and Missouri have been posted by the group this year. The billboards tell the story of Catone,…

Weed-killing wheat and cancer-causing oats for breakfast, anyone? FDA suspiciously turns blind eye to glyphosate testing of U.S. grains

Finally admitting that American conventional corn and soy are laced with deadly glyphosate, the FDA still has yet to admit that two major grains consumed by at least a 100 million Americans daily are also coated with carcinogenic weed killer. Glyphosate doesn’t just kill weeds, it’s a pre-harvest drying agent for wheat and oats, but you don’t need to be worried about all that, because the FDA isn’t, right? Wrong. Your conventional breakfast hot cereal and your granola is most likely contaminated with chemicals that warp your cells, but don’t go asking your oncologist for help there, because the U.S.…

What’s really inside Kraft peanut butter, and why you should make your own

What’s really inside Kraft peanut butter + why you should make your own We all love peanut butter, but may not be sure about how healthy it really is. This article will look into the process of how peanut butter is made and what ingredients are commonly used in commercially made peanut butter. What’s in peanut butter? Peanut butter is a versatile food that can be used in cookie recipes, smoothies, spread on fruit or celery, used in sauces and is great as a snack. According to peanutbutterlovers.com, more than 90 percent of American homes have a jar of peanut…

13-Year-old Named America’s Top Young Scientist for Drastically Improving Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

A 13-year-old boy has just been named America’s Next Top Young Scientist in recognition of his ingenious method for making pancreatic cancer treatment more effective. Rishab Jain was awarded the prize for creating an algorithm that used artificial intelligence to accurately locate and target the pancreas in real-time during a cancer patient’s MRI radiotherapy. Pancreatic cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. An inherent challenge of radiation treatment for pancreatic cancer resides in tracking where the pancreas itself is located on any given day. Firstly, it is often obscured by the stomach or other nearby…

12 Fall Superfoods to Put on Your Grocery List

As summer gives way to fall, I invite you to consider eating some of the superfoods that are at their peak this time of year. Certain fruits and vegetables are more readily available locally during fall, including apples, pumpkins and squash. When preparing your seasonal menu, be sure to add some of these 12 fall superfoods to your grocery list. To find the freshest seasonal produce, visit your local Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), farmers market or food co-op. 12 Superfoods to Try That Are at Their Peak in Fall Apples — Apples ranked second behind bananas in 2017 as the…

7 mind-bending facts about magic mushrooms

Fungi have flourished on Earth for quite a while, possibly more than 2 billion years. They’ve evolved some impressive tricks during that time, including many that are either fascinating or frightening to humans — and sometimes a bit of both. Some ancient fungi grew nearly 30 feet tall before trees existed, for example, and today a 400-acre fungus in Oregon may be the largest organism on the planet. Certain fungi can glow in the dark, and a few turn insects into zombies. Some species are lethal to humans, while others provide us with valuable superfoods. And then there are magic…

Pesticide contamination in cannabis is a big problem: Here’s what you need to know

As medical marijuana regulations loosen around the nation, more and more people are turning to cannabis for its health benefits. As people find relief from issues ranging from epilepsy to cancer, they might also be inadvertently creating other health problems for themselves thanks to the big problem of pesticide contamination in cannabis. Because the plant remains illegal at the federal level, some growers are not subject to federal regulation, which means they use whatever chemicals they please to grow commercial marijuana. Black market growers often go for the growing methods that offer the highest yield – and greatest profits –…

7 best natural home remedies for your personal pharmacy

If you’re nervous about flu season, it’s time to stock your own personal home pharmacy with natural remedies that can help you get through the season without getting sick. Your body is naturally able to resolve many health concerns and symptoms, and Derek Henry, the founder of Healing the Body, shared his top seven proven and reliable remedies in a video recently posted to REAL.video. 1. Derek’s immune-supporting tonic This concoction might not be the most delicious one you’ve ever tried, but it gives you the nutrients you need for your body to stay strong in the face of viruses…

The 16 Fake, Sneaky Names Food Companies Use For MSG

At first, I thought the headaches and dizziness I was getting were related to stress. I had recently graduated from college, moved to a new city and started a new job. After a while, though, I began to notice a pattern. I typically got the symptoms after eating from a salad buffet or after having certain Chinese foods. I did some research and discovered I was reacting to monosodium glutamate (MSG). Since that time, I have paid close attention to ingredient labels and restaurant menu descriptions that contain MSG. However, keeping MSG out of my diet – and now my…

Doctors Explain How Hiking Literally Changes Our Brain

Aside from the almost instant feeling of calm and contentment that accompanies time outdoors, hiking in nature can reduce rumination. Many of us often find ourselves consumed by negative thoughts, which takes us out of the enjoyment of the moment at best and leads us down a path to depression and anxiety at worst. But a recent study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that spending time in nature decreases these obsessive, negative thoughts by a significant margin. To conduct this study, researchers compared the reported rumination of participants who hiked through either an urban or a natural environment. They found that…

It’s That Time of Year: Here’s Why More People Are Avoiding The Flu Shot

The Children’s Health Defense team has pulled together the following resources to help you make informed decisions about the flu vaccine in order to protect you and your family from harm. For instance, mercury is a neurotoxin and contained in some flu vaccines. It has been linked to neurodevelopmental disorders and many diseases. Please download and copy or print the brochure below to share with your family, friends, doctors and community leaders. You can access the  Color Brochure for Reading here. The Color Brochure for Printing here. The Black and White Brochure for Copying here. Children’s Health Defense Video Flu Shots During Pregnancy: Cause for Concern…

Want Some Weedkiller for Breakfast? Here’s What You Can Do to Avoid the Poison in Nearly All Dry Breakfast Foods

Does your favorite cereal contain glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller? The answer is most likely YES! Oatmeal, cereal, snack bars, and other dry goods now found to contain glyphosate at levels deemed “unsafe.” After months of reports trickling in with tests showing that glyphosate is absolutely found in the food supply – yes, even non-GMO foods! – a large non-profit group has finally tested dozens more breakfast foods only to confirm the bleak suspicions. Most of the products were a large amount of Quaker and General Mills brand cereals, oat products and snack bars. A PDF of the…

Air pollution is the ‘new tobacco’, warns WHO head

Air pollution is the “new tobacco”, the head of the World Health Organization has warned, saying the simple act of breathing is killing 7 million people a year and harming billions more. Over 90% of the world’s population suffers toxic air and research is increasingly revealing the profound impacts on the health of people, especially children. “The world has turned the corner on tobacco. Now it must do the same for the ‘new tobacco’ – the toxic air that billions breathe every day,” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO’s director general. “No one, rich or poor, can escape air…

Brain-eating amoebae, which are almost always deadly, killed by silver nanoparticles coated with anti-seizure drugs while sparing human cells, finds a new study

Halloween is just around the corner, and some people will celebrate by watching scary movies about brain-eating zombies. But even more frightening are real-life parasites that feed on the human brain, and they can be harder to kill than their horror-movie counterparts. Now, researchers have developed silver nanoparticles coated with anti-seizure drugs that can kill brain-eating amoebae while sparing human cells. The researchers report their results in ACS Chemical Neuroscience. Although infections with brain-eating amoebae (Naegleria fowleri) are rare, they are almost always deadly. Most cases result from inhaling warm, dirty water in ponds, hot springs or unchlorinated swimming pools.…

Ban entire pesticide class to protect children’s health, experts say

Evidence that an entire class of pesticides threatens the health of children and pregnant women is now so arresting that the substances should be banned, an expert panel of toxicologists has said. Exposure to organophosphates (OPs) increases the risk of reduced IQs, memory and attention deficits, and autism for prenatal children, according to the paper, published in Plos Medicine. More than 10,000 tonnes of OP pesticides are sprayed in 24 European countries each year and usage is higher in the US, where the Trump administration is appealing against a federal court ban on chlorpyrifos, one of the most popular agricultural…

After stem cell transplant, man with MS able to walk and dance for first time in 10 years

For a decade, Roy Palmer had no control of his legs. The man from Gloucester, England, had multiple sclerosis, or MS, which results in the body’s immune system eating away at the protective covering of nerves, disrupting communication between the brain and the body. Palmer had no feeling in his legs and used a wheelchair. But last year, he received a life-changing treatment that restored his ability to walk — and dance — again, the BBC reports. The dad first heard of the treatment, called HSCT (hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), on the BBC program, “Panorama.” “Two people on that program…

LED blue light wavelengths linked to cancer, cardiovascular disease and impaired vision

Could LED lights be hazardous to your health? Well, it certainly seems like they might be. The American Medical Association (AMA) has just issued a warning that high-intensity LED streetlights emit blue light – which cannot be seen. Blue light is known for disrupting sleeping patterns, and can possibly increase the risks of a number of serious health conditions, including cancer and cardiovascular disease. These concerns about the potential health risks of LED lights are not unfamiliar; similar questions have been raised over the last few years. But, the AMA’s report provides much needed support to these claims. Their findings…

$18.5 billion less for Big Pharma if all 50 states legalize medical cannabis: Study shows

The impending legalization of cannabis has the pharmaceutical industry in a tizzy; a recent study “From Prescription to Recommendation: How Cannabis Could Disrupt the Pharmaceutical Industry”, found that “if medical cannabis were legalized in all 50 states, the expenditures by pharmaceutical companies on the top nine conditions commonly treated by medical marijuana could plummet by as much as $18.5 billion between 2016 and 2019.” 1 That’s a lot of lost profits. “According to Giadha Aguirre De Carcer, CEO and founder of New Frontier Data, 35% of the global pharmaceutical market comes from the United States. In addition to being the…

FLASHBACK: Dr. Russell Blaylock warns, Don’t get the flu shot…it promotes Alzheimer’s

The government is ratcheting up its efforts to convince Americans to get flu shots. “You can’t walk into a pharmacy without seeing lines, and the government is now telling preachers to tell their congregations to get flu shots,” says Dr. Russell Blaylock, renowned neurosurgeon and editor of the Blaylock Wellness Report. “I’ve never seen anything like it. The incidence of flu across the United States is extremely low – there are virtually no outbreaks – and not a single child has died. Yet, the flu vaccine is being pushed as if it’s the greatest health advance ever discovered. “The vaccine…

Microplastics found in human stools for the first time

Microplastics have been found in human stools for the first time, according to a study suggesting the tiny particles may be widespread in the human food chain. The small study examined eight participants from Europe, Japan and Russia. All of their stool samples were found to contain microplastic particles. Up to nine different plastics were found out of 10 varieties tested for, in particles of sizes ranging from 50 to 500 micrometres. Polypropylene and polyethylene terephthalate were the plastics most commonly found. On average, 20 particles of microplastic were found in each 10g of excreta. Microplastics are defined as particles…

Investor Report Leaks Secret Five-Step Bayer, Monsanto Plan to Poison Our Food with Toxic Pesticides

“What’s being done to our food in the name of profit?” It’s an omnipresent question that becomes more important with each passing year. Our produce is being gassed, sprayed with chemicals, and even genetically manipulated to the point where it’s becoming and harder to keep track of how many different pesticides, insecticides and herbicides are actually being used. Will the pending merger between Bayer and Monsanto, two of the biggest chemical giants in the world, continue to push this agenda even further, or will consumers and their growing interest in organic food help to turn the tide? Bayer AG, a…

Puppy love: Keep your dog happy and healthy with these 5 easy tips

Born to retire or born retired? Forget rounding up sheep or scavenging for food; these days, dogs are only asked to be our companions. While many of us would choose this kind of lifestyle, pet behaviorists note that this is not good for your canine friend. They can easily get bored or lonely, leading to inappropriate behavior like chewing on shoes or biting furniture. Additionally, sedentary dogs can get fat very easily and become sick. Having an office job is not an excuse either — pets are responsibilities. There are five simple ways to keep your dog happy while you’re…

ABC: ‘We did the right thing’: Jurors beg judge to uphold Monsanto cancer ruling

The jurors who awarded $289 million to former school groundskeeper, Dewayne Johnson-  who is dying of cancer thanks to his use of Roundup – are begging San Francisco judge Suzanne Bolanos “to reconsider her tentative decision to overturn most of the damages against Monsanto Co.”1 “San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos didn’t formally rule on any issues after a two-hour hearing to consider Monsanto’s demand to toss out the entire jury verdict in the first of thousands of similar cases across the country to go to trial. But Bolanos issued a written tentative ruling ahead of the hearing saying she intended…

Skyrocketing antidepressant use now affecting marine life, turning waterways into a ‘drug soup’

It might seem like flushing something down the toilet means it magically disappears, but unfortunately everything that goes down there ends up somewhere. This means that the many people who flush unused medications rather than throwing them in the trash can because they think they’re being responsible are actually polluting the environment. This is especially true of antidepressant and anti-anxiety medications. According to the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, and as reported by NBC News, an alarming one in six Americans over the age of 12 is on some type of antidepressant or other psychiatric medication. And many of those people…

More toxic than fluorine, deadly MERCURY secretly invades and damages your body and brain

Everybody knows, thanks to hundreds of reports, that there are tiny amounts of mercury in fish, such as salmon, mackerel, and tuna. For every two pounds of fish, you’ll find about .04 milligrams, or 40 micrograms, of mercury. Doesn’t sound like much to worry about though, huh? Still, there are lots of warnings for pregnant women and those nursing needing to watch out for foods, and even tap water, that may contain even the slightest amounts of mercury. Why is that? Mercury is a widespread, serious health problem. Even though mercury is tasteless and odorless, it’s a potent, developmental neurotoxin…

14 year old dies three weeks after HPV vaccination

Controversy about the HPV vaccination has circulated almost since its release. Drugs like Gardasil have been linked with serious permanent health problems and in some cases, death. Now the recent death of a young man from HPV vaccine-related ADEM (acute disseminated encephalomyelitis) is adding to the list of vaccine side effects and tragedies. Christopher Bunch of Moline, IL, age 14, died on Aug. 14, 2018. His death was caused by complications from acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, a rare neurological disease. The teenager from Moline, IL began experiencing symptoms about a week earlier, including nausea, vomiting and persistent headaches. Christopher slept for days…

The Mysterious Familial Lineage of ELON MUSK…

I was sent a handwritten letter from someone who said she was a Christian, and had contact with Elon Musk and his mother Maye Musk many years ago. The author of the letter claimed that Elon was a “child of the Illuminati” being bred to be a world leader who can present the Mark of the Beast. While such ideas are not completely ridiculous or out of line, especially on this channel, it was worth digging into some of what was claimed in the letter. To my surprise, I was able to verify that Elon Musk’s grandfather, Joshua Haldeman, was…

15 Top Superfoods to Get Into Your Diet

You’ve likely heard the term “superfood” tossed around quite a bit and have probably heard about all of the benefits offered by these nutrient-rich dietary additions. But what are superfoods? Superfoods do more than just help you meet your vitamin and mineral needs or aid in shedding a few extra pounds when it comes time for swimsuit season. In fact, these foods can help you achieve better health, prevent chronic disease, and improve the way you feel day in and day out — and they’re some of the top anti-aging foods around. When combined with regular exercise and a balanced diet, adding…

10 eye-opening benefits of walking

Whether you work hard to get 10,000 steps a day or just like a daily stroll with your dog, walking is a near-perfect exercise. It’s good for your body and your mind and you can do it just about anywhere with no fancy equipment. From strengthening bones to shedding pounds, researchers keep finding more and more health benefits from this simple activity. Need a reason to hit the trail or wander the pavement? Here are just a few impressive benefits of walking. 1. It helps you maintain a healthy weight. It may seem like a no-brainer, but regular walking can…

Peppermint shows potential for killing drug-resistant bacteria

Many plants have great potential in treating infectious diseases, especially drug-resistant ones. One of these plants is peppermint (Mentha piperita). Researchers from Najran University in Saudi Arabia have found that peppermint has potent antibacterial activity, making it a great potential antibacterial agent against many multi-drug resistant pathogens. In the study, which was published in the Journal of Herbal Medicine, the researchers evaluated the antimicrobial and antibacterial activities of peppermint against several pathogens. They used different forms of peppermint extracts: ethanol, methanol, ethyl acetate, and chloroform. They tested these peppermint extracts against several multi-drug resistant pathogenic bacterial clinical isolates, including Streptococcus…

Science BOMBSHELL: Fluoridated water linked to ADHD brain damage

There are many reasons to oppose fluoridated water. Not only is it a form of government-dictated mass medication, research has consistently shown that fluoride consumption has a host of ill effects on human health. Recent research has once again confirmed that fluoride is a neurotoxin — with developing fetuses and young children being the most susceptible to its deleterious effects. Scientists from the University of Toronto recently confirmed that exposure to high levels of fluoride in the womb increases ADHD-like symptoms in school-aged children. Dr. Morteza Bashash, the study’s lead author and researcher at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health,…

CLAIM: Big Pharma drug research facility just a front for government bioweapons development program

New accusations have come forth from the Russian Defense Ministry claiming that the United States government knowingly killed dozens of people with a biological weapon that it claimed was “drug research.” Documents suggest that at least 73 people from the European country of Georgia died over a very short period of time as a result of secretive tests involving “a highly toxic chemical or biological agents with high lethality rate.” A U.S.-sponsored research facility in Georgia is said to be where these tests took place – and the Russian government is convinced, after studying a series of files released by…

Four rational reasons to avoid the flu shot and what to do instead to protect your health

It’s that time of the year again: Flu season! Doctors, nurses, pharmacies and even well-meaning relatives may be pushing you to get the flu shot, but it’s important to note that these vaccines are by no means as safe, effective or free of side effects as the drug manufacturers and medical community would like you to believe. Derek Henry, founder of Healing the Body, recently noted on an informative Real.video clip that there are at least four good reasons not to get the flu shot this year. And that does not mean you have to simply submit to getting ill, either. There…

Being born in the wrong ZIP code can shorten your life

Newly released data on life expectancy across the U.S. shows that where we live matters for how long we live. A person in the U.S. can expect to live an average of 78.8 years, according to the most recent numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, life expectancy varies widely across geography. A child born in Mississippi today could expect to never reach his or her 75th birthday. But a child born in California, Hawaii or New York could expect to reach their expect to live into the early 80s. At the neighborhood level, these differences…

Alzheimer’s disease: mounting evidence that herpes virus is a cause

More than 30m people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer’s disease – the most common form of dementia. Unfortunately, there is no cure, only drugs to ease the symptoms. However, my latest review, suggests a way to treat the disease. I found the strongest evidence yet that the herpes virus is a cause of Alzheimer’s, suggesting that effective and safe antiviral drugs might be able to treat the disease. We might even be able to vaccinate our children against it. The virus implicated in Alzheimer’s disease, herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV1), is better known for causing cold sores. It infects most…

FLASHBACK: German Beer Industry in Shock Over Monsanto Glyphosate Contamination

The Munich Environmental Institute (Umweltinstitut München) has released shocking results (February) of laboratory testing it has completed on 14 of the most sold beers in Germany. The probable carcinogen and World’s most used herbicide – glyphosate – was found in all of the 14 beers tested. German Beer – Glyphosate Testing Results: Hasseröder Pils – 29,74 μg/l (ppb) Jever Pils – 23,04 μg/l Warsteiner Pils – 20,73 μg/l Radeberger Pilsner – 12,01 μg/l Veltins Pilsener – 5,78 μg/l Oettinger Pils – 3,86 μg/l König Pilsener – 3,35 μg/l Krombacher Pils – 2,99 μg/l Erdinger Weißbier – 2,92 μg/l Paulaner Weißbier…

Mysterious Honey Discovered That Kills All Bacteria Scientists Throw At It

The health benefits of raw, unprocessed honey are well known, but in Australia, scientists recently made a startling discovery – that one particular, obscure type of honey is capable of killing just about everything scientists throw at it, including some of the worst bacteria known to man. The findings were published in the European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (June 2009 edition), and could hold special significance at a time when many of the world’s top antibiotics are failing, especially against resistant “superbugs.” The honey in question is known as manuka honey, which is produced in New Zealand and also goes…

GOVERNMENT LOVE: EPA to Increase Your Exposure to Radiation and Mercury

New proposals would expose us to more environmental pollutants. Action Alert! It doesn’t take much of a scientific background to know that exposure to radiation is bad. Yet a new rule coming out of the EPA at the behest of crony interests will increase the amount of radiation we are exposed to. Another rule will increase the amount of mercury we’re exposed to. To protect our health, these rules must be opposed. The first proposal would expose Americans to more radiation because it limits the studies that the EPA can use to determine what levels of exposure are safe—not just…

Want to know when you’re going to die? Your life span is written in your DNA, and we’re learning to read the code

It’s the ultimate unanswerable question we all face: When will I die? If we knew, would we live differently? So far, science has been no more accurate at predicting life span than a $10 fortune teller. But that’s starting to change. The measures being developed will never get good enough to forecast an exact date or time of death, but insurance companies are already finding them useful, as are hospitals and palliative care teams. “I would love to know when I’m going to die,” says Brian Chen, a researcher who is chief science officer for Life Epigenetics, a company that services…

22 Out Of 25 Popular Burger Chains Just Failed Their Antibiotic Use Report

The modern-day food industry seems to pay no attention to health. Thankfully, global consciousness is shifting in several ways including how we live as humans, view our health, our economy, education, politics, and the environment. You could say that humanity is going through one MASSIVE change. Today, billions of animals in the United States alone are raised, tortured, and slaughtered for human consumption. This reckless production and consumption, in turn, has created enormous environmental and health problems that continue to accelerate. That being said, awareness on this issue (food) in particular, has come along way. We are seeing changes in the…

WTF: BURGER KING is launching a green-bun sandwich for Halloween that the company claims has been scientifically proven to cause nightmares…

The fast food giant is launching a green-bun sandwich for Halloween that the company claims has been scientifically proven to cause nightmares. Hopefully the forest-hued bread won’t also haunt customers the way Burger King’s previous Halloween tinted buns did. Halloween has long been associated with Satan and the hellish underworld, but in our day it has gone from a subtle and implied association to in-your-face evil. Case in point today is fast food giant Burger King, who is launching their revolting to look at ‘Nightmare King’ Whopper. How bad is it? “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of…

“Smart” meters are wildly inaccurate: Study finds that readings can be 581% higher than actual use

A smart meter is an electronic device that records the amount of electricity consumed by a household and then relays that information to the electricity supply company for monitoring and billing. That might sound like a really smart, energy-efficient idea, but despite their intelligent-sounding name, “smart” meters are actually a really dumb idea – not to mention dangerous. The electromagnetic fields (EMFs) emitted by these devices have been linked to a variety of health problems, including headaches, fatigue, digestive issues and sleeping problems. There is also evidence that EMFs cause more serious conditions like autoimmune disorders and certain types of cancer. And, as if that…

Produce ALERT: New EXPERIMENTAL Monsanto Franken-Fruits hit the produce racks soon – watch out for genetically mutated mushrooms, tomatoes, bananas and strawberries

Gene editing of food happens when scientists remove part of a plant or seed’s DNA sequence and replace it with bacteria or pathogens that would normally never grow that way in nature. There is absolutely no science proving this is safe for humans, so anyone who consumes genetically modified foods is playing Russian roulette with their health. Monsanto, the most evil corporation on planet Earth, is now branding their latest fruit and vegetable science monsters that grow from “Crispr” gene editing during laboratory experimentation as “cutting-edge technology,” even though past GMO experiments (like with BT corn and Roundup Ready crops) have completely…

Microplastics found in 90 percent of table salt…

Microplastics were found in sea salt several years ago. But how extensively plastic bits are spread throughout the most commonly used seasoning remained unclear. Now, new research shows microplastics in 90 percent of the table salt brands sampled worldwide. Of 39 salt brands tested, 36 had microplastics in them, according to a new analysis by researchers in South Korea and Greenpeace East Asia. Using prior salt studies, this new effort is the first of its scale to look at the geographical spread of microplastics in table salt and their correlation to where plastic pollution is found in the environment. “The…

5 Flu Vaccine Myths Every Person Should Know

From commercials, to TV shows and bill boards, you can’t miss the rush to propagandize flu vaccines for pregnant mothers, children and the elderly every fall. Not only does the CDC admit flu shots don’t work, but there is absolutely no evidence that any influenza vaccine prevents the flu any more than a placebo. Here are five myths to be aware of before deciding to submit yourself or your loved one to flu vaccines. Not a single scientist, immunologist, infectious disease specialist or medical doctor has ever been able to establish a scientific foundation for the vaccination of infants or…

Take control of your anxiety with these proven natural remedies

Many people experience anxiety when faced with stressful things, like a new job or a different environment. However, some people might have anxiety that’s too severe that it interrupts their daily lives. To relieve anxiety, there are many safe and effective natural remedies that can be used. Anxiety is normal but when the intensity isn’t proportional to the cause or when it lasts for long periods of time, that is when it becomes a problem. People with severe anxiety tend to rely on prescription drugs to get the relief that they are looking for. However, anxiety medications tend to cause unwanted…

The true meaning of the 7 most DECEPTIVE marketing phrases used by Big Food and Big Pharma

In a big country that allows corporations to run the regulatory agencies, there’s not much room for ethics, because it’s all about the money. The massive U.S. food and medicine industries are dominated by a handful of monopolistic businesses that make billions off consumer ignorance, and that’s just a cold hard fact. Nearly all conventional food and allopathic medicine is highly corrupted with chemicals that propagate disease and disorder, so the corporations that manufacture and process them in laboratories must trick and confuse the consumers with language and slogans that sound “warm and fuzzy.” If you don’t eat organic food…

Compounds found in celery make it a powerful healing plant

Celery may be a simple vegetable, but it is actually one of the most nutritious foods you could ever add to your diet. Its benefits have been known since ancient times. But what makes it nutritious? Researchers from Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences and Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences in Iran conducted a systematic review of the phenolic and antioxidant compounds of celery to find out. In the study, which was published in the Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine, the researchers gathered a total of 980 articles on the leaves and seeds of celery published from 1997 to 2015. However,…

Adjuvants found in vaccines have led to an increase of autoimmune disease

Despite Big Pharma’s attempts at slandering science that sheds light on the toxic reality of vaccine ingredients and their potential to cause harm, scientists around the world have continued to study vaccine adjuvants and their relationship to autoimmune disease. Immunologists from Israel have recently confirmed what past research has long suggested: Vaccine-induced disease is an increasingly common, yet unrecognized, phenomenon — and vaccine adjuvants like aluminum are indeed a threat to human health. In spite of these risks, the vaccine industry and their puppets are doing everything to promote their “safe and effective” vaccine propaganda. Back in 2011, leading immunologist…

New York State hunter, 61, dies after eating SQUIRREL BRAINS that left him with rare form of mad cow disease

A New York man died after he developed a rare and fatal brain disorder from eating squirrel brains. In a case report, researchers said the 61-year-old was brought to Rochester Regional Health in 2015 saying he was having trouble thinking, he was losing touch with reality and he couldn’t walk. Doctors discovered he developed a degenerative disease caused by the same infectious proteins that also result in the more infamous ‘mad cow disease’. However, it wasn’t contaminated beef that caused this man’s death. His family told doctors he enjoyed hunting and had recently eaten squirrel brains – although it’s unclear…

50 Items From Starbucks That Are Killing Your Health…

There is nothing wrong with sipping on a salted caramel frappuccino with extra whipped cream or treating yourself to a double chocolate chunk brownie for Starbucks. After all, aside from providing necessary nutrients, the main purpose of food is to enjoy it. But as diets like keto and Weight Watchers become increasingly popular, people are becoming more cognizant of what they eat. And your daily Starbucks order could be doing more damage to your diet than you may think. Since the nutritional value of a food item can’t be based on one number, INSIDER examined the calories, fat, sugar, and…

FEAR PORN: Unvaccinated child from Florida becomes first death of the flu season

A child in Florida has become the first person to die of the flu this season, according to state health officials. State epidemiologists say the child had not been vaccinated and was otherwise healthy before getting sick with the flu. The child, who tested positive for influenza B, died sometime during the week of Sept. 30, although privacy concerns prevent officials from saying exactly where, CBS affiliate WTSP-TV reports. Last flu season, 183 children in the U.S. died from flu or flu-related causes. That’s the most since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began keeping these records in 2004.…

Research indicates that turmeric may help mitigate the growth of MRSA superbugs

One of the scariest health problems that the world is facing today is the explosion of antibiotic-resistant superbugs like methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA. These bacteria can cause infections, pneumonia, and other problems. When left unchecked – which is often the case because it’s notoriously difficult to treat – it can lead to sepsis and death. If antibiotics, one of the most incredible inventions of modern medicine, aren’t enough to address MRSA, what can be done about it? Research shows that nature may have the answer in the form of turmeric. This yellow-orange root, which is related to the ginger plant,…

Brain Imaging Shows Autistic Brains Contain HIGH Amounts of Aluminum

A study published earlier in 2018 should have made headlines everywhere, as it discovered historically high amounts of aluminum in autistic brains. The study was conducted by some of the worlds leading scientists in the field. Five people were used in the study, four males and one female, all between the ages of 14-50. Each of their brains contained unsafe and high amounts of aluminum compared to patients with other diseases where high brain aluminum content is common, like Alzheimer’s disease, for example. Of course, this caused people to downplay the study, citing a low sample group, but that’s not entirely a valid argument given…