OUTRAGEOUS: Mainstream doctors are REFUSING to see or treat vaccine-damaged patients because they don’t want to get involved in “controversial” diagnoses

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Many more people than is being reported are suffering serious adverse events from Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines,” and some of them, including a trio of healthcare workers, are bravely coming forward to tell their stories and warn others. Continue reading

Lockdowns, Coronavirus, and Banks: Following the Money

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It usually makes sense to follow the money when seeking understanding of almost any major change. The strategy of following the money in our current convergence of crises in late summer of 2020 leads us directly to the lockdowns. The lockdowns were first imposed on people in the Wuhan area of China. Then other populations throughout the world were told to “shelter in place,” all in the name of combating the COVID-19 virus. Continue reading

Telemedicine key to US health care even after pandemic ends

Doctors, advocates, lawmakers call for permanent lifting of telehealth restrictions once current emergency eases

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Big Pharma Invents yet Another Disease to Sell Deadly Drugs: ‘Shift Work Disorder’

Now Used to Push Medication that May Kill You

Ever heard of “shift work disorder?” It’s a new disease being played up by the pharmaceutical industry to sell drugs so dangerous that even the home page of the drug website admits the drug may kill you. Continue reading

Water&Salt, The Essence of Life

This book presents revolutionary insights into food, health, beauty and consciousness. Dozens of intriguing photos bring these profound subjects to life and make this book an exciting and fulfilling adventure. biophysics

From the first day that this book was introduced in Germany tin 1999, it was an immediate bestseller. Millions of people have changed their lives in respect to water and salt with the profound scientific information presented herein in an easy-to-read format that everyone is able to understand . We are happy to now make our English speaking readers acquainted with the subjects of Water & Salt Continue reading

Telemed and Telehealth Are Expanding Revenue Streams for Doctors

With doctors across the country continually on pins and needles regarding their reimbursement rates, proponents of telemedicine and telehealth are telling doctors the technologies offer doctors a stable revenue stream and lifestyle options.

While telehealth and telemedicine are often used interchangeably, said Roy Schoenberg, MD, president and CEO of American Well, a Boston-based telehealth company, they are not the same. Continue reading

Florida Doesn’t Have Enough Doctors for Medicaid Expansion, Lobby Group Says

Brace Yourself for Longer Lines at the Doctor’s Office.

Whether you’re employed and insured, elderly and on Medicare, or poor and covered by Medicaid, the Florida Medical Association says there’s a growing shortage Continue reading

What a Garden Can Do for Seniors

As the aging population grows, doctors and other medical health professionals are seeking ways to keep seniors healthier for longer. As it becomes increasingly obvious that pharmaceutical drugs can’t successfully bear the complete burden of age-related illness, those in the profession of geriatrics have been forced to get Continue reading

Alternative Media Blows the Lid on Big Pharma’s Massive Bribery Network

Two of the most influential alternative media organizations on the ‘net — InfoWars.com and NaturalNews.com — have blown the lid wide open on Big Pharma’s massive bribery network. Through exclusive interviews with pharma insiders, InfoWars and NaturalNews have done what the mainstream media refuses to do: grant a platform to credible whistleblowers who are exposing the systematic, criminal Big Pharma bribing of doctors who willingly accept kickbacks to write prescriptions for high-profit pharmaceuticals. Continue reading

Meet the New Flying Doctors

Neurologist Professor Geoffrey Boyce says bandwidth is “everything”.

Neurologist Professor Geoffrey Boyce has just seen a patient with severe Parkinson’s disease and explained that their disease is also causing dementia.

The consultation was like many others Professor Boyce conducts at his practice in Lismore, northern New South Wales,  but with one big difference: the patient was almost 2000 kilometres away in Cairns. Continue reading

Unvaccinated People a Public Health Threat? Nope, People who Take Antibiotics Are the Real Danger

Vaccine pushers often resort to an interesting fear tactic to try to mandate vaccine obedience among the masses: They insist that those who are unvaccinated are a health threat to the rest of the vaccinated population because the vaccinated people might get infected by the unvaccinated disease carriers!

The quack logic of such a claim should be self-evident. Continue reading

There is Proof that Meditation Can Improve Your Health

Increasingly becoming part of regular doctors advice are the benefits of meditation. Relaxing and tuning your inner spirit can be an excellent part of your natural health. Over the years, meditation has been tied to a long list of health benefits. A new study proves that those who meditate tend not to have to see the doctor.

The study is published in the “American Journal of Health Promotion.” It found that people with consistently high healthcare costs experienced a 28% decline in physician fees after an average of five years of transcendental meditation. These were people who were visiting the doctor often, illustrating that meditation can actually change your life.

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Many Reluctant to Tell Doctors about Depression: Study

Some people with depression symptoms may not tell their family doctor about it — often out of worry they will be placed on an antidepressant, a new study suggests.

In a survey of more than 1,000 California adults, researchers found that 43 percent had at least some misgivings about telling their primary care doctor about any depression symptoms.

Their top concern was the possibility that their doctor would prescribe an antidepressant — a worry voiced by 23 percent of the whole study group.

Another 16 percent thought it was not their doctor’s job to “deal with emotional issues.” And a similar percentage worried that someone — like an employer — Continue reading

New Imaging Technique Evaluates Nerve Damage

A new imaging technique could help doctors and researchers more accurately assess the extent of nerve damage and healing in a live patient. Researchers at Laval University in Québec and Harvard Medical School in Boston aimed lasers at rats’ damaged sciatic nerves to create images of the individual neurons’ insulating sheath called myelin. Physical trauma, repetitive stress, bacterial infections, genetic mutations, and neurodegenerative disorders such as multiple sclerosis can all cause neurons to lose myelin. The loss slows or halts the nerve’s transmission of electrical impulses and can result in symptoms such as numbness, pain, or poor muscle control.

Using their images of neurons, the researchers measured the thickness of the myelin at different locations Continue reading