No one wants their brain to shrink as they get older, but this is exactly what happens in the aging process – and the faster it shrinks, the greater the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive impairment. As such, I think you’ll find this Lifestyle Medicine Update really fascinating.
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According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 51,000 people died from colorectal cancer in 2014 alone – while breast cancer claimed over 41,000 lives that same year. Now, recent research has shown that a common, inexpensive mineral supplement – magnesium – can play a role in suppressing cellular changes that can precede the development of these types of cancer.
For decades, neuroscientist Olle Johansson, PhD has sounded the alarm about the dangers of artificial electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs). Dr. Johansson has continually warned us that the bombardment of microwave radiation coming from wireless computers, cell phones and even those so-called ‘smart’ meters (being installed on homes to measure energy usage) can cause almost unimaginable harm to human health, including cancer.
Otto Warbuger Nobel Prize for Cancer Oxygen Toxin Connection
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Seldom does a week go by without articles, internet posts, and advertisements which maintain that Nobel Laureate Otto Warburg discovered that cancer was caused by low oxygen and acidic pH. Though often misreported, Dr. Otto Warburg did not win the Nobel Prize for finding that cancer cannot live in an oxygen rich or alkaline environment.
Readers may recall that in light of the harassment and banning by Australian immigration authorities of Polly Tommey, Autism Files publisher and a producer of Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe, I applied to visit Australia to discuss my books PLAGUE and INOCULATED.
Oh, and I made it clear to the Australian authorities that I was to be referred to as the “WORLD’S #1 ANTI-VAXXER”, just so there was no confusion as to my intentions.
I was banned from Australia for a period of three years,
If you’re single and ready to mingle, make sure you’re also armed with protection when going out on a date. When you don’t know someone well enough to know their sexual history, unprotected sex is just not worth the risk. And the chance of encountering a potential romantic interest with a sexually transmitted disease is unfortunately higher than ever in the United States, according to a new government report.
One hundred years ago, the world was in the dark depths of the First World War. The Russian revolution erupted. Buffalo Bill Cody died. The Chicago White Sox won the World Series. John F. Kennedy was born, and so was Dr. Abram Hoffer. Born and raised on a farm in western Canada, Abram Hoffer began his education in a one-room schoolhouse, and on horseback he herded cattle. He would go on to complete both PhD and MD degrees, specialize in psychiatry, do pioneering research with niacin and other vitamins, and change medicine forever.
While most dogs laze around the house chomping bones all day and dreaming of chasing squirrels, a growing number serve their people as psychiatric service dogs, emotional support dogs, or therapy dogs. The fact is that many people do rely on their pets for solace and support, and anyone who has ever owned a good dog knows that the pet can do most things a best friend does, and more. But what happens when that pet needs emotional support even more than the owner does?
Does your child need the HPV vaccine to protect her against the human papillomavirus?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say a resounding “Yes!”
Your child NEEDS the HPV/Gardasil vaccine.
Gardasil is recommended by the CDC for all children between the ages of 11 and 12 years old.
Your child will need two shots, given six to twelve months apart.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a group of over 150 viruses. Some types can cause genital warts. Others can lead to cervical and other kinds of cancer.
Three of the many girls who have died after receiving the Gardasil HPV vaccine. Kate, Gabby, and Britney.
What You Need to Know About Gardasil
By CLAIRE DWOSKIN
Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute
Gardasil, the HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) list of recommended inoculations for teenagers, has been the subject of debate worldwide since it was fast-tracked for approval in the US in 2006.