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The Benefits of Beans: We Explore the Scientific Research

Everyone has heard the infamous saying. You know, the one that has to do with beans being a magical fruit and them making you toot? Let's take a deep dive into the science behind beans and legumes to find out if they are magical, good for your heart, cause flatulence, and much more!

The North American Health Care System is BADLY broken…

Article by: Tim Bolen

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And that’s the NEW FOCUS of The Bolen Report. We will be, not only talking about these problems, but solving them – because we can. We have the teams to do it.

So, here, starting just below, is the list of things we are going to present…

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Oldest Man Smoked All his Life and Lived to 146 – This Was His Secret

The oldest human on Earth just died in Indonesia at the age of 146. Some are skeptical of the validity of his age, because Indonesia did not record births before 1900, and has previously made mistakes. The officials, however, state that Sodimedjo’s documents are correct.

With Sodimedjo’s or Mbah Ghoto’s (aka Grandpa Ghoto’s) passing, comes a question – what did he do for his health to live such an incredibly long life? The answer is not much, by traditionally lauded health standards, anyway.

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Journal of Medical Ethics: HPV Vaccine Should Never Have Been Brought to Market, Citing Adverse Reactions

Once again, we must turn to sources outside the U.S. to get an honest perspective on the Gardasil HPV vaccine controversy. One doctor who formerly worked for the vaccine manufacturer Merck predicted that Gardasil would become “the greatest medical scandal of all time.”

You won’t read any of this in the U.S. corporate-sponsored “mainstream” media, however. The only view allowed is that there is no controversy regarding the HPV vaccine, and any journalist that dares to question this view will be viciously attacked and probably lose their career.

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What to Do After Sexual Assault: First Steps

Sexual assault is all too common in the United States, where one in five women has been raped and half of women have experienced another kind of sexual violence, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Sexual assault is never the victim’s fault. If you have been sexually assaulted, help is available. There are steps you can take to get treatment for potential injuries, minimize further harm to your health, and collect evidence in case you choose to report it to the police.

CMS first direct recognition of naturopathic physicians

Naturopathic physicians in the state of Oregon have officially achieved one of the profession’s most cherished goals: recognition by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The recognition, however, was only in Oregon, and was for one CMS initiative, the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program, which was created to help practitioners set up electronic health records (EHR) to support the transition of primary care to patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs).

FDA pain draft promotes alternative medicine, offers chance for influence

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released proposed changes Wednesday to its blueprint on educating health care providers about treating pain. The guidelines now recommend that doctors get information about chiropractic care and acupuncture as therapies that might help patients avoid prescription opioids.

When I originally received the e-mail with the news, the only comment from the sender of the email was a quote from a young Bob Dylan: “The times they are a changin’.”

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The inconvenient truth about the Democratic Party’s history of racism

Radio show host Dennis Prager’s conservative/libertarian educational video group Prager U teamed up with author and controversial Vanderbilt University professor Carol Swain to dispel the notion that the Republican Party is the racist entity in Washington, D.C.’s, two-party system.

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Why Do Some People With Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Experience Weight Loss?

Weight gain is common in those with hypothyroid conditions. And while most people with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis have a difficult time losing weight, a small percentage of people with hypothyroid conditions find it challenging to gain weight. In this article I will discuss the common factors which cause some people with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s to experience weight loss and/or find it difficult to gain weight.

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Why Your Body Need Magnesium For Optimal Health

Magnesium is an essential mineral for good health and optimal biological function. Not only does magnesium play a vital role in mitochondrial health, it also benefits more than 300 enzymes and more than 3,750 magnesium bonding sites on human proteins.

Magnesium’s main role is to create ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate), the energy currency of the body. It also relaxes blood vessels, supports muscle and nerve function and the proper formation of bones and teeth.

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