10 Possible triggers of an afternoon headache

10 Possible triggers of an afternoon headache By Zoey Sky for Prevention There are many possible causes of afternoon headaches, from dehydration to something more severe like an aneurysm. If you’re worried, read up on the 10 possible causes of afternoon headaches and how to prevent them. As the name implies, an afternoon headache occurs in the afternoon. While they’re no different than other kinds of headaches, afternoon headaches can be triggered by something you did or consumed earlier in the day. Below are 10 common causes of an afternoon headache and how to…

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5G Earth Day Countdown, More Wireless! How Do The Bees Vote?

5G Earth Day Countdown, More Wireless! How Do The Bees Vote? By Patricia Burke for Natural Blaze GNN Note – I believe it was Benjamin Franklin that said if we lost the bee population food production would end in 4 years. Let that sink in a minute, especially in light of Bill Gates now being the largest owner for farm land in the U.S. / END How do bees feel about 5G?  – a dozen thoughts… 1 – The Insect Inspector – 5G Licensed to Kill. “The Insect Inspector investigates what…

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Vaccine Makers Destroy COVID Vaccine Safety Studies

Vaccine Makers Destroy COVID Vaccine Safety Studies by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola While reports of side effects from COVID-19 gene therapies, including life-threatening effects and deaths, continue to climb at breakneck speed,1 a one-sided narrative of safety and effectiveness permeates mainstream media and medical news. These “vaccines” are so safe and so effective, according to this narrative, that keeping control groups intact for long-term study and comparison of outcomes is now being derided as “unethical,” despite the fact that there is absolutely no non-fraudulent data to support their perverse assertions. Truly,…

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What The CDC’s VAERS Database Reveals About “Adverse” Post-Vaccine Reactions

What The CDC’s VAERS Database Reveals About “Adverse” Post-Vaccine Reactions By Megan Redshaw for Natural Blaze Data released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the number of injuries and deaths reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) following COVID vaccines revealed reports of blood clots and other related blood disorders associated with all three vaccines approved for Emergency Use Authorization in the U.S. — Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson (J&J). So far, only the J&J vaccine has been paused because of blood clot concerns. VAERS is the primary mechanism for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the…

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Living near pesticide-treated farms raises risk of childhood brain tumors

Living near pesticide-treated farms raises risk of childhood brain tumors by: Divina Ramirez for Natural News Pregnant women living within 2.5 miles of agricultural lands treated with pesticides have a greater risk of their children developing central nervous system (CNS) tumors, according to a recent study. Published on Wednesday, March 31, in the Environmental Research journal, the study also revealed that the pregnant women did not have to be working in agriculture or in close contact with pesticides for health-harming exposures to occur. Study co-author Christina Lombardi, a public health researcher at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles,…

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Medical Journal Warns About Masks’ Potentially Devastating Consequences

Medical Journal Warns About Masks’ Potentially Devastating Consequences by Jenin Younes and Jeffrey A. Tucker for American Institute for Economic Research ast week, YouTube took down an AIER-linked video of a scientific roundtable on Covid held by Florida governor Ron DeSantis. The stated reason concerned some passing comments by the scholars that raised questions about the masking of children. Said a YouTube spokesman: “We removed AIER’s video because it included content that contradicts the consensus of local and global health authorities regarding the efficacy of masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19.”…

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Here are 7 reasons to love dark chocolate

Here are 7 reasons to love dark chocolate by: Joven Gray for Natural News Chocolate comes in many forms: dark chocolate, bittersweet chocolate, unsweetened chocolate – even milk chocolate. But if you’re looking for the healthiest chocolate among the bunch, look no further than dark chocolate. Dark chocolate is made up of around 50 to 90 percent cocoa solids and no milk solids. This gives dark chocolate the advantage of having the highest concentration of flavanols compared to other chocolate varieties. Consuming dark chocolate in moderation can lead to several health benefits. Here…

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The Manmade Biowarfare Threat Continues

The Manmade Biowarfare Threat Continues by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola We first reported on this issue with my interview with Francis Boyle over a year ago, which received well over one million views. Of course, our coverage was disparaged as fake news and removed from YouTube, but now one year later it appears the facts are confirming our speculations. In the April 4, 2021, Sky News report above, award-winning investigations writer Sharri Markson summarizes the findings1,2,3,4 of the World Health Organization’s investigative team, tasked with identifying the origin of SARS-CoV-2. She blasts the…

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Male Fertility: How Everyday Chemicals Are Destroying Sperm Counts In Humans And Animals

Male Fertility: How Everyday Chemicals Are Destroying Sperm Counts In Humans And Animals By Alex Ford, University of Portsmouth and Gary Hutchison, Edinburgh Napier University via Natural Blaze Within just a few generations, human sperm counts may decline to levels below those considered adequate for fertility. That’s the alarming claim made in epidemiologist Shanna Swan’s new book, “Countdown”, which assembles a raft of evidence to show that the sperm count of Western men has plunged by over 50% in less than 40 years. That means men reading this article will on average have half the…

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Stop inflammation and asthma attacks with cashew leaf extracts

Stop inflammation and asthma attacks with cashew leaf extracts by: Evangelyn Rodriguez for Natural News Anacardium occidentale, commonly known as cashew, is a small tree that originated in South America. It is now widely cultivated in tropical countries and is one of the most commonly grown nut crops in the world. The different parts of the cashew plant can be used for a wide variety of purposes. Its leaves, fruits, seeds and shoots not only have culinary uses but also medicinal uses. In fact, these and other parts of cashew (e.g., the bark, sap, gum…

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