Corruption in Global Health Care May Exceed $1 TRILLION

Corruption in Global Health Care May Exceed $1 TRILLION by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola Investigations assessing the prevalence of scientific fraud and/or its impact show the problem is widespread and serious, to the point of making most of “science-based” medicine a genuine joke. Conflict of interest is another pervasive problem that threatens the integrity and believability of most studies. We’ve been repeatedly faced with study findings that are clearly tainted with industry bias. For example, a 2014 study1,2,3 funded by the American Beverage Association purported to have found that diet soda…

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Reject Big Pharma’s Vaccine Mandates in 2020

Reject Big Pharma’s Vaccine Mandates in 2020 by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola GNN Note – We couldn’t agree more – reject all vaccines. If you believe in vaccines and get injected regularly YOU ARE  PROTECTED from anyone that is NOT VACCINATED, right? Isn’t that the point of the vaccination – to protect you from those unvaccinated? ****** Since 2015, we’ve seen the slow and steady erosion of vaccine informed consent rights across the U.S., as the forced vaccination lobby led by the pharmaceutical industry, medical trade and government health agencies…

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Whooping Cough Outbreak Despite A 100 Percent Vaccination Rate Forces School Closure In Texas

Whooping Cough Outbreak Despite A 100 Percent Vaccination Rate Forces School Closure In Texas By Arjun Walia for Natural Blaze GNN Note – But, but, but… I thought vaccines were safe and EFFECTIVE! huh! You can’t see my shocked face at this headline, because I don’t have one. ****** The Facts: A recent whooping cough outbreak a school in Houston, Texas has forced an early school closure. This outbreak is happening despite the fact that 100 percent of the children have been vaccinated. Reflect On: How effective are vaccines? Are there…

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Massive Pushback Sinks New Jersey’s Attack on Religious Exemptions

Massive Pushback Sinks New Jersey’s Attack on Religious Exemptions by Erin Elizabeth for Health Nut News Hundreds of protestors made their voices heard outside a window to the state Senate chambers at the Statehouse in Trenton on Monday, speaking out against a bill that would eliminate religious exemptions in New Jersey. It passed the Assembly, but the Senate, lacking the votes to approve it, abandoned an effort Monday night to pass the controversial bill that would eliminate a law allowing 14,000 school children in New Jersey exemptions because of their family’s religious beliefs.…

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Global Survey Finds UK Teens Least Likely to Think “My Life Has Clear Meaning or Purpose

Global Survey Finds UK Teens Least Likely to Think “My Life Has Clear Meaning or Purpose by Paul Joseph Watson for Summit News GNN Note – I have listened to most of the video, and what I’ve heard so far is free of filth / language. PJW is not known for having a clean vocabulary so there may be offensive language. ****** Most happy countries also the most religious. A new global survey by the OECD of 15-year-olds across the world found that young people in the UK are ranked…

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THE MEMORY PILL…

THE MEMORY PILL… by Dr Joseph P Farrell for Giza Death Star Sooner or later, we all knew this was bound to happen, particularly if you’re one of those who, like me, follows the subject of mind manipulation closely. And this one is nothing less than frightening. Most mind manipulation research, techniques, and technologies have thus far focused on cocktails of drugs, hypnotism, and a variety of electromagnetic mind reading and thought-and-conversation projecting technologies, oftentimes used in conjunction with each other. But imagine being able to manipulate the other crucial…

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Prescription drugs aren’t the answer: “Food is medicine” … eating more fresh fruits and vegetables can make you healthier, stronger

Prescription drugs aren’t the answer: “Food is medicine” … eating more fresh fruits and vegetables can make you healthier, stronger  y: Isabelle Z. for Natural News It is becoming increasingly clear that food is some of the best medicine that exists. We know that eating right can prevent many common diseases, and dietary improvements can alleviate illness as well. Have you ever wondered what would happen if people were prescribed healthy foods the way they are prescribed medicine? A group of researchers did, and the answer points to the superiority of…

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The Chemical Imbalance Myth and Antidepressant Harm

The Chemical Imbalance Myth and Antidepressant Harm by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola In the U.S., an estimated 17.3 million American adults (7.1% of the adult population), experienced at least one major depressive episode in 2017.1 The highest rates are reported among those aged between 18 and 25.2 However, not only is there evidence that depression is vastly overdiagnosed, but there’s also evidence showing it’s routinely mistreated. With regard to overdiagnosis, one 2013 study3 found only 38.4% of participants with clinician-identified depression actually met the DSM-4 criteria for a major depressive episode, and only…

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Measles — Everything You Need to Know About This Infection

Measles — Everything You Need to Know About This Infection from Mercola If you have heard about measles, you might be wondering what you should be aware of regarding this disease. Keep reading to learn about measles, how this viral infection spreads, its symptoms and how you can help prevent and treat it. Basic Facts About Measles Also called rubeola, measles is a highly contagious, acute viral infection of the respiratory system. It’s transmitted via respiratory droplets (infected saliva or mucus) in the air, spreading easily from person to person…

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Autism Rates Increasing Fastest Among Black, Hispanic Youth

Autism Rates Increasing Fastest Among Black, Hispanic Youth from Natural Blaze Autism rates among racial minorities in the United States have increased by double digits in recent years, with black rates now exceeding those of whites in most states and Hispanic rates growing faster than any other group, according to new University of Colorado Boulder research. The study, published this month in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, also found that prevalence of autism among white youth is ticking up again, after flattening in the mid-2000s. While some of…

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