Imagine that you have taken a stand challenging medical orthodoxy. It might be on cancer treatments, diet, alternative therapies, or any number of other issues. You start to come under attack. Critics write hostile comments on blogs; complaints are made to medical authorities; your attempts to organize public talks are sabotaged. What should you do?
Scientists announced recently they’ve developed an antibiotic from a fragment of a protein found in human breast milk, and they believe it could be the solution to drug-resistant superbugs.
Antibiotic resistance threatens to send medicine back to the Dark Ages.
Human life is fragile. And of all the ways to die, there are some really stupid causes out there. But how do you rank the top dumbest ways to die? By the most surprising causes of death — football kills 20 people every year, apparently — or the most bizarre? Some things are hard to avoid (although rare), like being hit by lightning strike or trapped by a tsunami, but most are completely avoidable.
Sodium fluoride is classified as a neurotoxin – in the same category as arsenic, lead, and mercury, but it’s still prevalent in the United States’ water supply. Here are six ways to detox the substance from your body.
healthy freedom alliance, 10 May 2016
Many people only think about cabbage around St. Patrick’s Day, when it’s traditionally cooked with corned beef and potatoes.
health freedom alliance, 26 April 2016
Another day another study confirming what we’ve been warning readers about for a decade now. Anticholinergic drugs which—as the name suggests—block the action of the neurotransmitter choline
health freedom alliance, 21 April 2016
For something so sweet, sugar really can be quite awful.
health freedom alliance, 10 April 2016
There is no shortage of weight loss advice on the internet.
Although some weight loss tips are good, others are useless or downright harmful.
Brigitte Mars, 2016
Blissful sleep is that recharging, rejuvenating repose in which about one third of our lives are be spent.
Sayer Ji, 14 March 2016
The ritualistic use of plant smoke stretches back to the prehistorical era and is still used, the world over, as a way of ‘cleansing’ the spirit. Now modern scientific research reveals that the practice may actually have life-saving implications by purifying the air of harmful bacteria.