Benefits of Activated Charcoal

The U.S. Centers For Disease Control – A History of Corruption


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'The recent controversy over the documentary "Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe," despite being attacked by so many who haven’t seen it, is bringing public attention to real life episodes of vaccine damaged children and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) whistleblower Dr. William Thompson’s attempt to reveal fraud in the CDC.

But this accurate CDC episode reveals only one episode of hiding data to deal disinformation publicly that doesn’t support vaccine safety. There have been several other vaccine report cover-ups and other types of fraudulent activity in addition to the Dr. Thompson whistleblower episode.'


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Improve memory and prevent cognitive decline with exercise, study says


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'Everyone is aware of the benefits of exercise including cardiovascular health, improved physical fitness and emotional well-being. But, did you know – with the rising concerns about dementia – regular exercise can improve your memory?

That’s right! Just 15 minutes of exercise per day has been shown to bring a tremendous boost to health, longevity and overall quality of life.'

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Why Flower Elixirs are the Best Thing You’ve Never Heard Of


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'Why Flower Elixirs are the Best Thing You’ve Never Heard Of

Flowers - a well-loved way to brighten up our home or someone’s day - are also the best remedy you’ve likely never even heard of.

We know from our own experience, that when we spend time in nature, we feel calmer and clearer, more in tune and aware of the world around us. In Japan there is even a practice called Shinrinyoku, or forest bathing, which consists of walking in the forest for periods of time to ‘bathe in,’ or absorb, the energy of the plants, as a way to rebalance our bodies and minds.


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Insufficient Sun Exposure Is Declared a Public Health Emergency


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'With adequate sun exposure and vitamin D levels, public health officials may make a significant impact on the number of deaths attributed to these diseases. According to the authors:

"Insufficient sun exposure has become a major public health problem, demanding an immediate change in the current sun-avoidance public health advice. The degree of change needed is small but critically important."'

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Personalized Probiotics- In Five Years, It Will Be Routine Medical Practice



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'Intestinal bacteria play a key role in causing and preventing many diseases. Consequently, giving personalised gut health advice will be routine medical practice in five years, predicts the researcher behind the new start-up Map My Gut and big gut data projects British Gut and Kings College London's Twins UK Registry.'

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The Failure of Chemotherapy - As More Patients Abstain From The Treatment More Survive



'Cancer cases have increased by more than 30 percent in the last decade and half of all cases globally are ending up in deaths according to a new report from the Global Burden of Disease Cancer Collaboration published online by JAMA Oncology. Moreover, the overall contribution of cytotoxic chemotherapy to 5-year survival in adults is below 3 percent.'

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FIVE HOLIDAY HEALTH HAZARDS AND HOW TO HAVE A HEALTHY HOLIDAY DESPITE THEM


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'Holiday stress: it’s already crushing me! Between hosting Thanksgiving and indulging in (mostly healthy) holiday treats, to travel plans, and wrapping up our homeschooling semester; I’m really having to work to keep myself sane and have a healthy holiday season.

The holidays are supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year but if we’re not careful, we can succumb to seasonal health hazards. From the flu season to stress, to added toxins, and junkie foods; holiday health hazards are everywhere. Here’s how to avoid them and have a healthy holiday.'

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The evidence for GINGER as a drug alternative...


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'The evidence for GINGER as a drug alternative

Beautiful Ginger. We all know it as a spice. Some of us even use it as a "home remedy." But why is it still not considered part of the conventional medical standard of care? '


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Olive Oil Lovers Need to Be Wary of Olive Oil Scams


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'It’s likely that many Americans who have been buying olive oil for decades have never tasted the real thing. In fact, it’s likely that many of those who bought and used fake or compromised olive oils would reject the real thing because it tastes odd to them.

Olive racketeering has been going on for quite a while to some extent. The Romans of B.C. ages had to clamp down on it.

But it is bigger and more sophisticated now than ever. Genuine olive oil is time-consuming to produce and demands higher prices than most other edible oils. Yet olive oil is easy to adulterate and sell as the real thing.'

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First Major Clinical Trials Show Magic Mushrooms Heal Mental Illness like a ‘Surgical Intervention’


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'In June 2015 we reported on the re-emerging field of using psychedelics to treat mental illness, with psilocybin, in particular, showing great promise for chronic anxiety and depression. Western medicine began realizing its potential in the 1940s, but medical research was stamped out with the War on Drugs.'

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7 Things Better than Drugs for Health and Healing



'Natural medicine is an amazing field, full of inspiring stories and an ever-accumulating body of scientific research to support its increasingly popular view of health.

In fact, at GreenMedInfo.com we specialize in dredging up from the National Library of Medicine's 23-million citation deep, seemingly oceanic database, highly promising clinical pearls indicating not only the value of natural substances in disease prevention and treatment, but sometimes their clear superiority versus drugs. What's not to like about that?'


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Why I Wear Orange Sunglasses at Night (to Block Blue Light)


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'It seems a lot of us have trouble sleeping these day. My post on how to get better sleep naturally has gotten really popular lately, so I wanted share an unusual thing that has helped my sleep lately: Wearing orange sunglasses at night.

Sound strange?

If you look at the research, it turns out that wearing silly glasses can serve a serious purpose!'


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Nutella Recipe: How to Make Homemade Chocolate Hazelnut Spread


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'Perhaps you’ve noticed Nutella’s rapid rise in popularity in the last few years. Some variation of chocolate hazelnut spread has been popular in other parts of the world for hundreds of years. Thanks to recent increased marketing, it is gaining popularity in the US too.

According to Mental Floss, a jar of Nutella is sold every 2.5 seconds somewhere in the world! That’s a lot of chocolaty goodness, and what’s not to love, right?'

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