Health

Exposing the Lies of Vaccines – A List of Informative Clips to Watch

May 22, 2015

The Truth About the Gardasil Vaccine by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny CDC Whistleblower Revealed- AutismMediaChannel Government Caught Lying About Vaccine Dangers Nancy Banks on Vaccines We Oppose CA SB277: Parents On Vaccine Injury, Parental Rights & Education Do vaccines cause autism? Highly informative video narrated by Rob Schneider This is the Best Explanation of the Vaccine/Autism Connection I’ve Ever Heard!   Click here to Watch Vaccines-Honesty vs. Policy By, Suzanne Humphries,

Watch The Real Truth About Health Conference Live

May 22, 2015

The Real Truth About Health Conference in Orlando Fl, 05/22/2015 – 05/31/2015 9:00am to 10:00pm will be broadcasted live at http://therealtruthabouthealthconference.com/livestream/ To watch the conference live simply click the link above. You will be asked for an Email and a first name, once that is entered you will be given a code to enter in to the password field. You will be sent an email with a copy of the code and additional instructions. Dr. Gary Null will be speaking live at this conference from 4:00pm – 5:30pm EST and again from 7:00pm – 10:00pm EST on 5/22/2015. He will be joined by several other industry leading professionals, and will be showcasing his feature documentary The War on Health – The FDA’s Cult of Tyranny    which can be viewed

Medical Journals Are an Extension of the Marketing Arm of Pharmaceutical Companies – Richard Smith

May 21, 2015

“Journals have devolved into information laundering operations for the pharmaceutical industry”, wrote Richard Horton, editor of the Lancet, in March 2004 [1]. In the same year, Marcia Angell, former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, lambasted the industry for becoming “primarily a marketing machine” and co-opting “every institution that might stand in its way” [2]. Medical journals were conspicuously absent from her list of co-opted institutions, but she and Horton are not the only editors who have become increasingly queasy about the power and influence of the industry. Jerry Kassirer, another former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, argues that the industry has deflected the moral compasses of many physicians [3], and the editors of PLoS Medicine have declared that they will not become “part of the cycle of dependency…between journals and the pharmaceutical industry” [4]. Something is clearly up. The Problem: Less to Do with Advertising, More to Do with Sponsored Trials The most conspicuous example of medical journals’ dependence on the pharmaceutical industry is the substantial income from advertising, but this is, I suggest, the least corrupting form of dependence. The advertisements may often be misleading [5,6] and the profits worth millions, but the advertisements are there for all

Research says: Organic produce has higher cancer fighting nutrients than conventional

May 21, 2015

Organic produce sales are booming around the world. People opt for organic foods because they know it’s healthier, has more nutrients, and tastes better than produce grown with chemicals. In fact, despite the twisted (deceitful) propaganda created by the chemical industry, several recent studies prove that organic food is superior by nature. Conventional produce is grown with toxic fertilizers, insecticides, and preservatives – which make the foods look ‘more appealing’ but, in reality, these foods are sickening.  For example, those shinny (conventional) apples have synthetic wax applied to them, doesn’t that sound yummy? With organic foods, you’ll reduce your exposure to unwanted hormones, antibiotics and contaminated sewer sludge – typically used on conventional produce. Strawberry represent a sweet reason to buy organic foods A September 2010 study, published in the PLoS One journal, focused on the differences between conventionally and organically grown strawberries. Three different varieties of strawberries were studied over a two year period. Organic and conventional versions of these strawberry varieties were compared and it was discovered – during the random sampling of the strawberries – that organic strawberries lasted longer on the shelf, had higher antioxidant contents, and higher levels of ascorbic acid (vitamin C). In addition, the organic strawberries tasted sweeter than the conventional

10 Ways Sex Heals Your Body – APRIL McCARTHY

May 21, 2015

What’s the fountain youth, secret to happiness, and key to health, longevity and a stress-free lifestyle? It’s something that gives pleasure and one of life’s most beautiful experiences to be shared with another human being. 1) Lowers stress Sex helps to create a balance between our emotional and mental health as it is a great stress buster. After sex, the brain releases endorphins that decrease stress, inducing a state of euphoria, in an individual. During sex your body produces dopamine, a substance that fights stress hormones, endorphins, aka “happiness hormones” and oxytocin, a desire-enhancing hormone secreted by the pituitary gland.In a study, published in the Public Library of Science journal, three neuroscience researchers conducted a test on male rats and found that the sexually active rats were less anxious than rats with no sexual activity. 2) Boosts our immune system Regular lovemaking boosts the body’s production of virus fighting chemicals. Recent research has revealed that regular sex can maintain antibodies at a higher level, thereby protecting us against infection. Immunoglobulin A, an antigen that fights the flu increases when the frequency of sex increases. 3) Improves sleep If you suffer from insomnia, then try having sex before you head to bed,

Trans-Pacific Partnership-Related Bill Contains A Medicare Poison Pill – Diane Archer

May 21, 2015

New disturbing information has surfaced that the House Republicans’ trade adjustment assistance bill, which supports the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, contains a Medicare poison pill. The bill includes $700 million in Medicare cuts at the end of a 10-year budget period to cover the cost of trade adjustment assistance for displaced workers, Americans who will lose their jobs because of lower cost imports. Please let members of Congress know that they should not support the bill in its current form. Covering the cost of assistance for displaced workers is important. But, in the words of several groups representing older Americans, including the Medicare Rights Center and The Alliance for Retired Americans, “Medicare should not be used as a piggy bank every time the government needs funding for other purposes.” Older adults with Medicare are already experiencing an insecure retirement. And, as currently written, if the bill is passed, it is the people with Medicare and their health care providers who are on the line. The bill is up for a vote this week, and there’s a huge effort underway to halt passage of the bill. We need to fight the Medicare cuts in the trade adjustment assistance bill, just as

One Third of US Adults with Metabolic Syndrome: What is it, and why worry? – Dennis Thompson

May 21, 2015

More than one-third of U.S. adults have a combination of health problems collectively known as metabolic syndrome that increase the risk of heart diseaseand diabetes, according to new research. What’s worse, the researchers found the rate of metabolic syndrome increases dramatically with age. Almost half of people 60 or older in the United States have metabolic syndrome, the study found. “That’s concerning, because we know the population of the U.S. is aging,” said senior author Dr. Robert Wong, an assistant clinical professor at University of California, San Francisco. “I think it will potentially place a huge burden on our health care system.” Metabolic syndrome is a “perfect storm” of conditions that include high blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol levels, increased levels of blood sugar, and a wider waist circumference, Wong said. Medical experts are turning to metabolic syndrome as a key indicator of heart health risk. “Metabolic syndrome is a more comprehensive analysis, because it takes into account a lot of risk factors,” Wong said. To assess the nation’s rate of metabolic syndrome, Wong and his colleagues used health data on Americans gathered by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention between 2003 and 2012. The researchers concluded that 35 percent of all U.S. adults had metabolic syndrome in 2011-2012. That

A statistical study of first-year college rape

May 21, 2015

Beginning in the fall when they arrived on campus and continuing through the following summer, 18.6 percent of freshmen women surveyed at a university in upstate New York in 2010 endured at least one — completed or attempted rape, according to a new study that is the is the first to examine the risk of sexual attack on first-year women in detail. “It’s an important transition year,” said lead and corresponding author Kate Carey, professor of behavioral and social sciences in the Brown University School of Public Health and Brown’s Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. “People are usually moving away from home for the first time, they are experimenting with a lot of freedoms including the use of alcohol and other drugs and learning how to live by themselves. We have a better sense after our research of what are the risks within that first transition year.” The study, published online in the Journal of Adolescent Health, is based on questionnaires of 483 participants. It counted self-reports of completed or attempted forcible rape and rape while incapacitated, for instance because of drugs or alcohol. The female students, who were demographically representative of the school’s overall freshman class, answered the standardized

Is Your Unborn Child Already Sleep-Deprived? Your Cell Phone May Be to Blame

May 21, 2015

If you are of a certain age, you may have heard about the so-called “Mozart Effect,” the idea that playing classical music (particularly any of the music composed by a short, spendthrift Austrian prankster with a fondness for scatalogical humor) is a sure-fire way to boost the intelligence of your unborn child. This idea gained so much popular currency that in 1998, the then-governor of Georgia, Zell Miller, proposed spending $105,000 to provide classical music to all of the 100,000 or so infants born in Georgia each year. After the suggestion caught flak from conservative talk radio hosts (including noted cultural arbiter Rush Limbaugh), Miller dropped the idea of using public money. But Sony Music Entertainment offered to create and donate a CD for distribution to Georgia’s parents. The resulting disc, entitled “Build Your Baby’s Brain with Music,” is available on Amazon.com; no word on whether Georgia and Sony are still handing them out to the parents of newborns. Researchers at Appalachian State University reported in the journal Psychological Sciencethat they were unable to replicate the so-called “Mozart Effect” and the concept has generally been debunked (which has not prevented a small cottage industry of books and musics on the subject from springing up;

Breast Cancer and Nuclear Sites by – CHRIS BUSBY

May 21, 2015

Do nuclear sites cause increases in cancer in those living nearby? This is the question which has always been the key to stopping the development of nuclear energy. For if the answer is Yes, the laws would cut in; human rights would cut in. Check Mate. The nuclear industry and its supporters have always known this, just as the cigarette companies and the asbestos makers recognised their own specific nemesis. You can argue about the economics of nuclear till you are blue in the face, but they can always move the goalposts, global warming, future security of supply, special new safe thorium reactors and so forth. But killing people with your radioactive discharges: that’s it. The End. This week saw the publication in a peer-reviewed journal – Jacobs Journal of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine – of a study which I carried out in 2003 of breast cancer mortality 1995-2002 near Bradwell nuclear power station in Essex. This is the first of a series of nuclear site cancer studies my colleagues and I have carried out in the last 15 years and which I have now decided to publish in proper scientific journals. In the same journal I wrote an editorial article about the problems of
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