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The Infectious Myth – Sacrificial Virgins with Joan Shenton and Andi Reiss – 11.14.17

David talks with film makers Joan Shenton and Andi Reiss about their new three part series on the impact of the HPV vaccine, Sacrificial Virgins. The film, despite each part being only 10 minutes long, covers the devastating health impacts some girls have experienced after the vaccine, and the scientific flaws that make this vaccine particularly dangerous. The films interview …

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Truth To Power – 10.06.17

The Disturbing Autism and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Connection   Charles Ortleb, the author of Truth to Power, interviews Dr. Michael J. Goldberg, the author of The Myth of Autism. Goldberg is the President of the Neuro-Immune Dysfunction Syndromes (NIDS) Medical Advisory Board and has been on the clinical teaching staff at both UCLA and Cedars-Sinai Hospitals. Dr. Goldberg has challenged the conventional wisdom about …

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The Gary Null Show – 05.18.17

Today is May 18th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment and all things political around the world. Gary opens up the program with the latest in health and healing covering the topics of nutrition and workouts. After a musical break Gary goes into a commentary …

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What Women Must Know – Healing Chronic Degnerative Diseases and Rejuvenating with Ozone Therapy with Marcus Freudenmann – 01.05.17

Marcus Freudenmann has dedicated the past 15 years to researching and finding solutions to chronic, degenerative diseases, including cancer. Marcus has learned from over 100 of at the world’s leading doctors and authored the book, “Healing Cancer with Common Sense”. He also produced the documentary, “Cancer is Curable Now”. He is the founder and director of Truly Heal Academy which offers accreditation programs for functional medicine certified health coaches and health professions.

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Ian Sample – Experts warn home ‘gene editing’ kits pose risk to society

The simplicity and low cost of tools to edit the genetic code means “garage scientists” – or amateurs with some skill – can now perform their own experiments, posing a potential risk from the release of GM bugs, a new report suggests. In a report published on Friday, the Nuffield Council on Bioethics said that the rise in precision “gene …

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CESAR CHELALA – The Critical Link Between Poverty and Health

Concern for the health of the poor is one of the critical issues in development. Poverty cannot be defined solely in terms of low or no income. Lack of access to health services, safe water, adequate nutrition, and education are also essential components of poverty. Poverty and health are closely linked. Poverty is one of the most influential factors in …

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1 in 50 16-year-olds affected by chronic fatigue syndrome

In what is believed to be the biggest study of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) — also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) — in children to date, researchers at the University of Bristol (UK), have found that almost 2 per cent of 16-year-olds have CFS lasting more than six months and nearly 3 per cent have CFS lasting more than three …

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Reynard Loki – Homeopathy Backlash Continues — On the Verge of Blacklisting in the U.K.

Ministers in the United Kingdom recently announced [3] that the National Health Service could ban doctors from prescribing homeopathic remedies. The announcement is a culmination of several years of campaigning by members of parliament who say that the health claims of homeopathy are unproven, their use is a waste of taxpayer money [4] and these remedies should not be supported by the nation’s publicly funded healthcare …

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Jim Shultz – COP21: Climate Change Hurts Kids Worst

For 70 years, UNICEF has been on the front lines of the defense of children’s rights in every region of the world. The organization was founded in 1946, in the aftermath of World War II, and its first projects involved providing food and clothing to child refugees. Since then, it’s battled child disease, famine, female genital mutilation, and child marriage. …

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How does your garden grow? For cancer patients, small gardens could bring big benefits

The benefits of health nature-based activities are well-known; many programmes encourage cancer patients to tend gardens to improve psychological health. But nature isn’t always accessible, particularly for cancer patients who are frail or disadvantaged. (And it can take a lifetime of gardening experience to find joy in a garden in winter.) In the latest article in ecancermedicalscience, a team of researchers …