Chris Gibson started developing acne at the young age of 11. He suffered with the skin condition for over 15 years, saying he was well into his 20s when he was cured. In his case, he had cystic acne, which can lead to severe scarring and permanent pockmarks. Continue reading
Of all the toxic heavy metals, mercury is the most devastating to the brain. No legitimate scientist would ever argue that mercury is safe to inject into a child at any dose, and the CDC has never established any “safe” level of mercury in human blood for the simple reason that there’s isn’t any safe level.
Studies show that your immune system and brain are wired together
Portions of your nervous system connect with immune-related organs, and Continue reading
For youth dealing with obesity who need extra help losing weight, experts suggest a multidisciplinary approach in which care is provided by several health specialists. However, the logistics of traveling to multiple appointments, even if just across town, can be a barrier to receiving care, especially for low-income families. Continue reading
The following is excerpted from The Cornucopia Institute’s report “Carrageenan: How A Natural Food Additive is Making Us Sick.”
Organic foods should be a safe haven from harmful ingredients. Continue reading
Profit-driven drug companies, hell-bent on making money no matter the cost to patients or their families, along with ego-driven doctors, are going to extremes to prove themselves and their dangerous treatments right (or to avoid being proven wrong), using extreme measures to force treatments onto children to meet their objectives.
Children are an easy target for forced medicine, because it is simple Continue reading
Tim Bright’s work as a well-site geologist for Denver-based Columbine Logging Inc. takes him from his home in Las Vegas to jobs all over the Rocky Mountain region. One Saturday in early November, Bright was preparing to go to an undeveloped job site in northern Nevada, where he would Continue reading
An estimated 80 percent of Americans are deficient in magnesium. The health consequences of deficiency can be quite significant, and can be aggravated by many, if not most, drug treatments
Magnesium performs a wide array of biological functions, including Continue reading
Ten years ago, a group of scientists working at the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbioloy at SUNY, Stony Brook, described for the first time the de novo chemical synthesis of polio virus, which they confirmed was fully infectious.
This discovery, when reported in newspapers around the globe in July of 2002, created a great deal Continue reading
In the absence of precise data, it is difficult to assess our evolutionary heritage or detail the conditions ancient humans were once adapted to. We were there! Your DNA was surely there, but down through the generations we just forgot. Given that our atmosphere is now lower in oxygen than during Continue reading
It helps to view your body as a “super organism” composed of a diverse array of symbiotic microorganisms. Proper balance of these microbes is essential for optimal physical and psychological health
Recent research suggests that many people are deficient in beneficial gut bacteria, making it a very important consideration if you’re not feeling well, physically or Continue reading
A new study shows that a neurologist in an office thousands of miles away can deliver effective specialized care to people with Parkinson’s disease. For individuals with the condition – many of whom have never seen a specialist – these “virtual house calls” could allow them to live independently while effectively manage the symptoms of the disease. Continue reading
One in 10 American children now has attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)—a 22 percent increase from 2003. Boys are twice more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than girls
ADHD involves a cluster of symptoms that include inattention, hyperactivity, Continue reading