Spirituality May Be Tied to Easier Cancer Course

Cancer patients who report more religiousness or spirituality may also experience fewer physical symptoms of cancer and treatment and more social connection, several new papers suggest Continue reading

Sprouting Seeds Unlocks Dormant Enzymatic Potential

Natural plants have unique ways of protecting their offspring and guaranteeing the future of their species. Grains, nuts, seeds and legumes all contain special agents protect the precious seeds and poison predators in order to ensure the continuation of their plant. The process of soaking, fermenting and sprouting these seeds removes the poisons and unlocks the dormant nutrient potential Continue reading

Two Fruits That Could Kill Cancer

Texas researchers have found that extracts from peaches and
plums killed breast cancer cells, even the most aggressive kinds.
Not only did the cancerous cells die, but also no nearby healthy
cells were affected. A targeted kill by fleshy fruit.

The study suggests that Continue reading

How to Spot a Sociopath – 10 red Flags that Could Save You from Being Swept under the Influence of a Charismatic Nut Job

One of the more offensive duties of being an investigative journalist is taking out the trash — exposing liars, fraudsters, con artists and scammers for the people they truly are. Each time we investigate a sociopath, we find that they always have a little cult group following of spellbound worshipers who consider that particular sociopath to be a “guru” or “prophet.” Continue reading

Brown University’s Professor Brian Zink Joins US Tele-Medicine Medical Advisory Board

Professor Brian Zink, Chairman of the Emergency Medicine Department of Brown University Alpert Medical School is appointed to US Tele-Medicine Board of Medical Advisors.

Beverly Hills, California, United States of America (Free-Press-Release.com) July 19, 2011 — (Beverly Hills) Professor Brian Zink, Chairman  Continue reading