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Study looks at the link between inflammation and the spread of Alzheimer’s

Someone in America is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease every 65 seconds.

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.

Milk thistle shows promise in treating liver cancer

Milk thistle has been used in herbal medicine for centuries. Historically, the prickly, purple plant has been used to promote liver health and is highly regarded for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Nutritionist says following a healthy diet works better than medications for treating Type 2 diabetes

Receiving a diagnose of diabetes is a life-changing moment.

Inoculated: How Science Lost Its Soul in Autism

By Kent Heckenlively

A Compelling Chronicle Which Poses the Question Whether the Autism Epidemic Could Have Been Stopped If Courageous Scientists Had Truly Followed the Evidence

It reads like a mystery thriller, a lone whistleblower, akin to All the President’s Men’s Deep Throat, spills the government’s secrets. But like the film Contagion, what’s at risk is the health of millions!

Research validates inflammaging theory

January 20 2017. Inflammaging, defined as chronic, systemic low-grade inflammation that occurs with aging in the absence of overt infection, has been hypothesized as a mechanism of age-associated disease and premature mortality. A cause of inflammaging has been attributed to lifetime exposure to a variety of antigens via the intestine.


Evidence that Medical Cannabis Can Cure Cancer Continues to Grow

by Paul Fassa Health Impact News

Recent scientific research in France has determined cannabinoid receptors exist on mitochondria cells. This news has not reached mainstream media outlets and seems to be underreported even by alternative health sites on the internet.


Commentary by Ralph Campbell, MD

(OMNS, May 11, 2017) What happened to curiosity as it pertains to searching for causes of poor health? Maybe it's payback. Lack of curiosity leads to the next step: complacency. Some doctors and patients have retained their curiosity, but many more have not.


Forgotten Research

"They are no smarter than you, Scarecrow. But they do have one thing you haven't got: a diploma." (Frank Morgan in The Wizard of Oz)

This is the article that is going to be banned everywhere. This is a virtual Index of Naughty Ideas. This is the chapter for the misguided reader who is still unsatisfied and wants more, more, more.