World’s First ‘Living Machine’ Created Using Frog Cells and Artificial Intelligence

Scientists used computer algorithms to “evolve” an organism that’s made of 100% frog DNA — but it isn’t a frog. Continue reading

Most Seniors Are Taking Too Many Prescriptions

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  • The number of prescriptions taken by seniors doubled from 1988 to 2010, contributing to a higher incidence of functional limitations
  • The use of multiple medications increases the risk of adverse events and drug interactions that lead to permanent damage or death
  • Side effects from one drug often lead to the prescription of another to reduce symptoms, known as a “prescribing cascade”
  • The number of seniors prescribed antidepressants from 1991 to 2011 has more than doubled, while only 14.3% met the DSM-4 criteria for depression; the prevalence of symptoms and disorders has not decreased with more medicine
  • A focus on reducing inflammation and seeking the root causes of health conditions helps lower dependence on drugs that usually come with a significant list of side effects 

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New science proves that vaccines SPREAD infectious disease, causing up to 15 times MORE infections among fully vaccinated children

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A new peer-reviewed scientific paper published in the journal Tropical Diseases, Travel Medicine and Vaccines has found that the DTaP vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough) is causing children who receive it to become more prone to contracting whooping cough later on in life. Continue reading

USA Exports More Blood Than Soybeans or Corn

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  • Many areas of the U.S. are struggling to meet the blood needs of local residents even as the country supplies 70% of the world’s plasma
  • Most for-profit donation centers are in the poorest areas where residents sell plasma to help pay for food and shelter
  • Big Pharma also targets college students, advertising money for books in exchange for plasma used to feed antiaging technology startups
  • China uses half the global demand for serum albumin to treat a rising number with liver disease; despite environmental contaminants in the blood, U.S. blood is identified as one of the safest sources 

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Ebola-infected woman crosses America’s open border and dies in a U.S. hospital… “human weapons” infected with Ebola are being sent into the USA

There’s still no formidable wall protecting America’s southern border from continued invasion, which means that “migrants” and “refugees” – let’s call these people what they really are: illegals – continue to flood into our country like a broken fire hydrant. And some of them, disturbing new reports indicate, are bringing with them deadly Ebola infections that could create a national health nightmare. Continue reading

Corruption in Global Health Care May Exceed $1 TRILLION

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Dishonesty and fraud in the health care system, including its academic and research communities, are significant barriers to the implementation of universal health coverage, yet this corruption is rarely if ever discussed, let alone addressed in any meaningful way
  • The less transparent a health system is, the more corrupt it becomes. Weak adherence to the rule of law and few accountability mechanisms further invite corruption and, with it, health system performance, quality and efficiency plummet
  • The amount of corruption found in any given system is dependent on three variables: Monopoly on the supply of a product or service, the level of discretion enjoyed by suppliers, and the supplier’s accountability to others
  • Three factors governing the engagement in corrupt practices in the health care system are: being in a position of power; financial, peer and/or personal pressures; and cultural acceptance of corruption. In order for anticorruption measures to succeed, these three factors all need to be addressed
  • Drug research is beset by an astoundingly high incidence rate of scientific misconduct, with 72% of retracted drug studies being retracted due to things like data falsification, fabrication, unethical conduct and plagiarism

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Medical Shocker: Sqaulene, an oil-based “adjuvant” commonly used in vaccines, likely a leading cause of catastrophic diseases, including auto-immune disease

One thing the CDC hopes nobody ever learns is that oil-based adjuvants commonly used in vaccines can cause irreversible auto-immune disease and permanent organ damage. Continue reading

US Upholds Ban on Brazilian Beef Imports

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • June 22, 2017, the U.S. suspended imports of fresh beef from Brazil, the fifth largest beef exporter to the U.S. In October 2019, the U.S. informed Brazil it will continue to maintain the ban
  • The USDA began inspecting 100% of Brazilian meat imports in March 2017. Among the problems discovered were abscesses in the meat, which Brazilian deputy agriculture minister Eumar Novacki attributed to rare adverse reactions to vaccines that prevent foot-and-mouth disease
  • According to Novacki, the reactions pose no risk to public health, but their presence still highlighted widespread quality control problems. It’s a commonly used vaccine around the world, and other beef imports do not have these abscesses. The slaughter plant also should have caught and removed them before export
  • The USDA allows multinational meatpackers to label imported beef as “Product of USA” as long as it has undergone processing in the U.S., even if minimal. This misrepresentation has significant ramifications for American farmers, who have to compete with lower-priced imports
  • Contamination with pathogens and drugs is another widespread problem plaguing the conventional meat industry. Contaminants are also found in nonorganic collagen products, which makes sense since they’re a byproduct of the meat industry

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Understanding Pancreatic Cancer Causes and Treatments

“The pancreas is the first organ to develop inhibited function from varied stresses,”[1] writes Dr. William Philpott and Dr. Dwight K. Kalita in their book Brain Allergies. Recent studies have shown that virtually 100% of all Americans have an enlarged pancreas by the time they’re 40 and the incidence of pancreatic cancer has been rising 1.5 percent each year since 2004, according to the American Cancer Society. It is a notoriously lethal illness, in which less than 5 percent of patients survive 5 years. Meaning about 95% of people with pancreatic cancer die from it. Continue reading

Corporate lobbying group ALEC behind mandatory vaccine agenda

Over the last several months, Americans have witnessed an increase in media propaganda regarding the “dangers” of “anti-vaxxers,” the “proven science of vaccines,” and the “tragedies” that ensue from the failure to vaccinate. That propaganda blitz has resulted in massive hysteria stemming from similar levels of ignorance.

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Survival 101: How to suture a wound when out in the wilderness

Providing proper first aid is not only an essential survival skill, but also an important skill to learn in everyday life. Accidents can happen when you’re out and about, and sometimes an accident leads to gaining a large, gaping wound. In this situation, learning how to suture or stitch up a wound can potentially save someone’s life. (h/t to Survivopedia.com) Continue reading

BMJ Exposes Big Pharma’s Interference in Medical Decisions

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • 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

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

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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