Doctor Claims He Has Evidence of the Afterlife

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In new book, he says that near-death accounts transcend cultures and ages

The near-death experience story is so common that it has become a bit of a cliché: A medical patient, hanging in a murky limbo between life and death, is drawn through a tunnel of bright light, meets their maker, and is told they must return to the land of living. Continue reading

Brutal Medical Radiation

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With radiation levels increasing across the entire northern hemisphere the radiation your doctor uses takes on a new dangerous meaning. Physicians know that radiation is dangerous but they cannot help themselves, they love to use radiation both in testing and in treatment. Modifying physician behavior is hard thing to do but we have to do it and do it now in the radiation departments. How doctors and hospitals relate to and use radiation in both diagnosis and treatment of disease needs to come under full review and in most cases be brought to a halt.

Modifying physician behavior is hard thing to do but we have to do it and do it now in the radiation departments. How doctors and hospitals relate to and use radiation in both diagnosis and treatment of disease needs to come under full review and in most cases be brought to a halt. Continue reading

Egg Cartons Claims Not Quite Truthful

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Are the supposed “humanely-raised” eggs you buy from the grocery store really “natural” and “free-range”? What about the all-too-common claim made that eggs come from “cage-free” chickens? And what do all these terms actually mean in practical, legal terms? In a new study, Sheila Rodriguez from the Rutgers University School of Law asserts that many of these claims are both unsubstantiated and deceptive, and that consumers need to be aware of the dirty truth behind the eggs they buy.

“Most hens are packed eight or nine hens to a cage … [and the cages are] so small that [hens] are unable to stretch a wing,” she says in the report, which has been published  Continue reading