Dr. Maurice Hilleman made astounding revelations in an interview that was cut from The Health Century — the admission that Merck drug company vaccines had been injecting dangerous viruses into people worldwide.
Bear in mind that Dr. Hilleman was the developer of Merck’s vaccine program. He developed over three dozen vaccines, more than any other scientist in history. He was a member of the U.S. National Academy of Science, the Institute of Medicine, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society. He received a special lifetime achievement award from the World Health Organization. Hilleman was one of the early vaccine pioneers to warn about the possibility that simian viruses might contaminate vaccines. Continue reading
Instant noodles are a convenient and tasty dish that is popular worldwide. The number one global consumer is China, and the United States is ranked sixth in instant noodle sales, with 4.1 billion units sold in 2017. However, studies showed that eating instant noodles is linked to heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure and possibly cancer. Continue reading
Josef Mengele was a German Schutzstaffel officer and physician in Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II. He performed deadly human experiments on prisoners and was a member of the team of doctors who selected victims to be killed in the gas chambers.
I have read numerous articles about this person over the years. One in particular and perhaps the first one was when I was in Wasilla, Alaska in 1957. It was in a Mens magazine and that article wrote of the HORRIBLE experiments Mengele performed with such glee. Continue reading
Life and stress can feel like a package deal but some people are more susceptible to stress than others. The same crisis can cause some to grow and others to break and become sick with illnesses such as depression.
Researchers have shed the light on why.
The answer lies in our genes. The response to stress is determined by a complex interaction between versions of the depression gene and the environment.
The research, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, has found that stressful life events interact with certain genes to change the size of the hippocampus, the part of the brain that processes emotions and transfers new information into long-term memories. An effectively functioning hippocampus is critical for learning. Continue reading
The public conversation over vaccine safety has grown heated in 2019. The World Health Organization set the tone for the year by declaring vaccine hesitancy one of the top health threats across the globe, and the debate has continued in that vein. Medical professionals and government administrators have expressed concern over an increased number of measles cases, and vaccine skepticism is being wiped off social media and bookshelves as “fake news.”
Several regions across the United States have renewed attempts to pressure families into immunizing their children, most recently in New York City. Authorities responded to an ongoing measles outbreak in Brooklyn by declaring a public health emergency and making the inoculation mandatory in affected areas. But is this a reasonable solution, or an example of gross government overstep? Continue reading
The chemical properties of beer may help in the battle against cancer, due to acids in hops that may have both anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties.
The plant that adds flavor, color and bitterness to beer also produces a primary compound that thwarts cancer cells, and two important derivatives of the compound do as well, new research at Oregon State University shows.
Reporting on a number of studies, the Telegraph points out that beer has been found to reduce the risk of kidney stones, heart attacks, strokes, diabetes and Alzheimer’s, while also strengthening bones, treating cataracts and curing insomnia. Continue reading
Show me de monee!
It may sound ridiculously cynical to some, but there are many who believe that cancer is too big a business (meaning too lucrative) to ever actually cure. And they say the proof is in the numbers.
As noted by Your News Wire, if any of the existing low-cost, natural and alternative cancer treatments were ever to be approved, then the healthcare industry’s cornerstone revenue producer would vanish within months. Continue reading
Dear Senator Walsh,
I am a Nurse. This morning I was greeted by a headline that read,
“Senator states that nurses ‘probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day’ in amending rest breaks bill”
Stunned by the headline, I read – and then re-read – the article. I was dumbfounded that a legislator would make such an ignorant statement and thought that perhaps your words were taken out of context . I took the time to locate and watch the video of your speech, given in front of the Washington State Senate. I wanted to be sure that I understand fully what, exactly, you were trying to communicate. You see, because I’m an responsible adult and a professional, I believe that I need to have all of the facts before I weigh in on a subject. As a nurse, I’m guided by the principle of do no harm. Your words make it clear that you don’t share that same standard so allow me to educate you. Continue reading
More than 2,000 detainees at immigration detention facilities across the country have been quarantined because of outbreaks of mumps and other contagious diseases.
In a statement to Newsweek, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency spokesperson Brendan Raedy confirmed that as of March 7, there were a total of 2,287 detainees “cohorted for exposure to a detainee with a contagious condition,” including mumps. Continue reading
Part 1: What ever happened to the principle of protecting our borders against dangerous diseases?
Keeping Americans safe from dangerous diseases was a solemn duty adhered to with the upmost meticulousness since our colonial times. When our federal government began assuming control over immigration, weeding out contagious diseases was the quintessential application of the “few and defined” powers of the federal government against “external” threats that James Madison envisioned as the entire purpose of a federal government in Federalist #45. Has that principle been upended in the era of political correctness? Continue reading
The industry wants to put in a dent in your wallet to line theirs
The pharmaceutical industry, as usual, is doing whatever it can to profit off the suffering of Americans. Recent filings show ‘Big Pharma’ spent a record amount of money on lobbying in 2018. While you and your family are struggling to figure out how to pay for prescriptions, pharmaceutical companies are trying to figure out how to dig an even deeper hole in your wallet to make theirs fatter. Continue reading
When you get home after buying groceries, do you automatically refrigerate most of the items you’ve bought, only to find that some of the vegetables have gotten bad after several days?
Your fridge does significantly extend the shelf life of many food items, but certain kinds of products and produce will only get bad faster if you keep them refrigerated. Continue reading
Inside FDA’s Supplement Power Grab
Just as we suspected, the FDA is coming after supplements once again. ACTION ALERT!
Recently we told you about a statement made by Commissioner Scott Gottlieb (who has since resigned his post) concerning the FDA’s regulatory approach to dietary supplements.
The statement was short on details but gave us cause for concern. Continue reading
An Open Letter to Legislators Currently Considering Vaccine Legislation from Tetyana Obukhanych, PhD
My name is Tetyana Obukhanych. I hold a PhD in Immunology. I am writing this letter in the hope that it will correct several common misperceptions about vaccines in order to help you formulate a fair and balanced understanding that is supported by accepted vaccine theory and new scientific findings.
Do unvaccinated children pose a higher threat to the public than the vaccinated?
It is often stated that those who choose not to vaccinate their children for reasons of conscience endanger the rest of the public, and this is the rationale behind most of the legislation to end vaccine exemptions currently being considered by federal and state legislators country-wide. Continue reading