Ruby-red wonders: Six amazing health benefits of cranberries

Cranberries are a popular Thanksgiving food that you should start eating more often. They are superfoods that provide amazing health benefits, such as reducing inflammation, boosting circulation and preventing antibiotic resistance. Continue reading

BMJ Exposes Big Pharma’s Interference in Medical Decisions


  • The BMJ has launched a global initiative calling for a reduction in the commercial influence of Big Pharma in health care. They brought together experts from eight nations in medicine, law and philosophy to propose fundamental cultural changes
  • In trying to balance overtesting, overdiagnosis and overtreatment against necessary procedures, the experts want to ensure dissemination of valid evidence “conducted as independently as possible from industries profiting from their use”
  • As The BMJ fights for transparency, the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) has taken the opposite tack, supporting Big Pharma and publishing studies designed, conducted, prepared and analyzed by the industry
  • Consider making lifestyle choices to reduce your dependence on drugs by strengthening your nutritional intake, exercise habits and sleep patterns to support optimal health

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Miracles in ICU Departments (Part Three)

Occasionally miracles happen in intensive care wards. Incredible doctors save many more sepsis patients lives than doctors stuck in their pharmaceutical boxes and sometimes even a person’s cancer is cured. Continue reading

With Mere Pen and Paper, Israeli Helps Solve Newton’s 350-year-old Physics Problem!

The discovery creates a helpful visualization of a previously misunderstood process in the universe.
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Israeli Invention Reduces Pain and Suffering for Dementia Patients

The new Israeli innovation provides personalized pain management by monitoring levels of suffering, especially for those with dementia who are unable to communicate effectively. Continue reading

Whooping cough outbreak sweeps through Texas school with 100% vaccination rate, PROVING that vaccines don’t work (yet again)


A Texas school that touts a “100% vaccination rate” has been forced to close its doors and send students home after a whooping cough outbreak swept through the school, infecting students who were already vaccinated. Continue reading

ICU Care Done at Home and Hospitals Part 4

In the emergency room and ICU medicines must be safe while delivering an instant lifesaving burst of healing power. Obviously if they are safe and strong enough for emergency situations they are going to help us with chronic diseases and acute ones as well. Continue reading

Israeli Cancer Diagnosis Breakthrough is Three Times More Accurate!

Hospitals worldwide seek to participate in the study. Continue reading

5 Natural and Easy Cleaners You Can Make at Home


  • Harsh house cleaning chemicals expose you to health hazards and pollute the environment, but you can easily and inexpensively make your own natural cleaners
  • Lemons are effective as deodorizers as well as kitchen and bath cleaners
  • Hydrogen peroxide has unique antibacterial properties that make it ideal for general cleaning around the house
  • White vinegar can remove mildew and clean dingy bathroom grout when allowed to sit for 30 minutes
  • In addition to many personal care uses, baking soda has myriad household cleaning uses and is inexpensive and safe 

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Why You Should Take Calcium With Your Greens


  • Oxalate, also known as oxalic acid, is found in a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. While not harmful in and of itself an over accumulation of oxalates can trigger the development of kidney stones
  • Calcium oxalate stones are the most common type of kidney stones. The stones form when your urine becomes highly concentrated, allowing the calcium and oxalate from your diet to crystallize
  • Eating high-oxalate foods such as vegetables with a calcium-rich food such as butter, cottage cheese or sour cream will allow the calcium to bind to oxalate in your intestine, thereby decreasing your risk of kidney stone formation
  • Taking a calcium supplement without oxalate-containing food increases your risk of kidney stones. To minimize this risk, take your supplement with an oxalate-containing meal
  • Oxalate-rich foods include dark green vegetables (especially spinach and Swiss chard), bran, rhubarb, beets and beet greens, chocolate, nuts (especially almonds, cashews and peanuts) and nut butters

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