By Admin – Orissa Dr. Anthony Phan Health Impact News The VAXXED film crew recently interviewed Dr. Anthony Phan in California. Dr. Phan escaped from Vietnam in the 1970s when he was 8 years old. He was separated from his parents and escaped on a fishing boat along with his 2 year old brother. Making it to the U.S. as a child refugee, Dr. Phan testifies that God led him through college and medical school, and he went on to become a medical doctor at Johns Hopkins. Dr. Phan talks about how his mentor at Johns Hopkins taught him about [More]
By Sierra Bright While just about everyone has a bar of soap at home, and probably many of them, especially if you’re a germaphobe, few people realize that its uses go far beyond washing your hands. You might really want to stock up when you learn just how versatile they really are. 1. Make soap sachets to keep deer and other wildlife out of your garden If you live in an area where a lot of deer roam, we don’t have to tell you how quickly they can make a meal out of your garden. Of course, rabbits and other [More]
By Dr. Mercola By Dr. Mercola The first large-scale animal farm factories appeared in the early 1970s,1 designed for egg-laying hens. However, it wasn’t long before beef and pork producers followed suit with the aim to reduce overhead and increase profits, which also reduced the quality of the meat produced. Today, most meat sold in the U.S. is raised in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs). In a corporate-controlled environment characterized by large-scale, centralized production, companies — not farmers — have identified means of production, processing and distribution that produce more meat for less money. The repercussions associated with these farms [More]
By Dena Schmidt, staff writer (NaturalHealth365) Researchers from the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have found that the primary component of the spice turmeric, curcumin, effectively suppresses cell signaling and growth in head and neck cancer. The data was published in the peer-reviewed journal of the American Association of Cancer Research. The benefits of curcumin have been linked with a number of health effects, including its wonderful ability to reduce the risk of chronic inflammation – the cornerstone of chronic disease. This recent study shows how curcumin works directly in the mouths of persons with …read more Read more here: [More]
By Admin by GMWatch Excerpts: As a new study reveals that hundreds of unintended mutations were induced in mice by a genome editing technique, GMWatch asks what the implications are for the safety of genome-edited food products A new study published in Nature Methods has found that the genome editing technology CRISPR introduced hundreds of unintended mutations into the genome of mice. In the study, the researchers sequenced the entire genome of mice that had undergone CRISPR gene editing to correct a genetic defect. They looked for all mutations, including those that only altered a …read more Read more here: [More]
By Dr. Mercola By Dr. Mercola When it comes to mental health, most assume the brain is in charge. In reality, your gut may be calling the shots. Interestingly enough, in the 1800s and early 1900s, it was thought that waste in your colon could produce infections that lead to depression. As it turns out, they weren’t too far off the mark. Scientific advances now suggest your state of mind is influenced, if not largely directed, by the microflora in your gut, and probiotics (beneficial bacteria) are being thought of as “the new antidepressants.” However, while it may be tempting [More]
By Dr. Mercola By Dr. Mercola In May 2016, I urged you to pressure poultry giant Sanderson Farms to come to its senses and join other major poultry producers in taking proactive steps to reduce its antibiotic use. Remarkably, the company not only decided not to reduce its usage but also took the step of going public with its decision to continue using antibiotics, saying the antibiotic-free chicken trend is nothing but a marketing ploy devised to justify higher prices. According to Lampkin Butts, president and chief operating officer of Sanderson Farms, “There is not any credible science that leads [More]
By Sierra Bright If you aren’t familiar with the term, gut flora, you really should be. Gut flora is the community of microorganisms that call your digestive tract home. In humans, the gut microbiota has the most bacteria and the most varied number of species of bacteria compared to any other part of the body. In fact, there are about three pounds of bacteria living in the human intestinal tract. Not all of this bacteria is good either. Depending on some factors including lifestyle, we can have an imbalance in our gut bacteria. This is known as dysbacteriosis. We need [More]
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By Admin – Orissa by Marco Cáceres The Vaccine Reaction Several years ago I wrote about the theory of “herd immunity” and explained why it is a myth when applied to a vaccinated population. The herd immunity theory was formulated based on observations during the early 20th century of how an infectious disease appeared to lose its capacity to infect and spread after more than half of the people in a community had been infected with the disease and developed natural, …read more Read more here: Health Impact News     
By Brian Keeping fit and healthy through exercise need not be expensive. You do not have to enroll in costly gym memberships, buy expensive gym equipment and exercise gear to build your muscles and stamina…. …read more Read more here: Natural Blaze     
By Bridgette Wilcox (Natural News) Radiation therapy (RT) may be …read more Read more here: Natural News     
Researchers presented new data demonstrating that blood sugar (glucose) and/or fasting insulin should be used to select the right diet, particularly for people with prediabetes and diabetes. …read more Read more here: Prevent Disease     
By Julie Fidler Scientists have for years theorized that the immune system and the brain are more interconnected than previously thought, with findings of recent studies backing this hypothesis. For example, researchers recently discovered there is a physical connection between the immune system and the brain’s blood supply. Now, researchers have recently begun to find out that there may be a more psychological connection. According to researchers at the University of Virginia (UVA) and the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Medical School, the immune system may directly affect social behavior in certain animals, such as mice. The finding could have enormous [More]
By Dr Lauren Deville, NMD A huge percentage of people who seem perfectly healthy on the outside go through life feeling quietly bloated and uncomfortable. It seems like everyone around them can eat anything they like with no obvious consequences, while they seem to react to anything and everything. It’s nothing so extreme they can’t deal with it, of course; if they found themselves doubled over in pain from a particular food or restaurant, they’d quickly learn to avoid the trigger. But they’ve never been able to pinpoint the problem. Their bowels alternate between constipation and diarrhea, with no apparent [More]
By Heather Callaghan By Brandon Turbeville A new study has confirmed yet another positive use for cannabis. A new study has revealed that cannabinoids can successfully kill leukemia cells. Cannabis has long been known as… …read more Read more here: Natural Blaze     
By Rhonda Johansson (Natural News) It is a misconception to …read more Read more here: Natural News     
By Tracey Watson (Natural News) The word “hepatitis” refers to …read more Read more here: Natural News     
By Julie Fidler If you’re planning to spend summer days by the pool or beach-side, you’ll likely reach for a bottle of sunscreen to prevent you from becoming red and crispy. These products are not all created equal, however, and it can be difficult to know what to purchase when you’re staring at the multitude of options available at the supermarket. Thankfully, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has put out a list of the best and worst sunscreens every year since 2007 to help you decide. This year, nearly ¾ of the products EWG examined offered inferior sun protection, or [More]
By Heather Callaghan By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze An Honest Look at the Historical Evidence That Debunks the Popular Myth That Says That Vaccines Eliminated Childhood Infectious Diseases Over the 40 plus… …read more Read more here: Natural Blaze     
By Dr. Mercola By Dr. Mercola Some say the most-consumed beverage in the world is tea, and others maintain it’s coffee. Whichever is true from year to year, it’s a fact that an estimated 3.5 billion cups of coffee are downed by bean aficionados on a daily basis, according to the European Coffee Federation.1 Between the leaf and the bean, it’s well-known that an amazing array of health benefits are delivered, but new information published in BMJ Open2 says drinking a single cup of coffee every day cuts your risk of …read more Read more here: mercola     
By Russel Davis (Natural News) A team of researchers from …read more Read more here: Natural News     
By Lori Alton, staff writer (NaturalHealth365) Prediabetes – elevated blood sugar that has not yet reached the threshold for clinical diabetes – is widespread in the United States. Now, several recent studies have revealed the dangers of being prediabetic – including a heightened risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia and stroke. Read on to learn more about prediabetes, and what you can do to reverse it. Prediabetes is a warning sign of danger ahead Prediabetes, characterized by a fasting glucose level between 100 and 125 mg/dL, is becoming more common across America. A 2016 UCLA study revealed that a …read [More]
The sun has got his hat on, our moods feel lighter and we are gripped by a desire to soak up some solar rays. But no, we keep being told: the threat of skin cancer makes this potentially lethal. …read more Read more here: Prevent Disease     
By Admin – Orissa Dr. Josh Axe on the Gallbladder Flush (see video below). by Paul Fassa Health Impact News The most common gallbladder issue is gallstones. And the most common mainstream medical solution is surgical cholecystectomy, or gallbladder removal. The gallbladder is a small pear shaped organ located just under the liver in the upper right side of your abdomen. It is a vital part of your digestive system, not a throw-away unnecessary organ. According to Dr. David Williams, “… [gallbladder’s] function is to receive bile that’s generated by the liver, concentrate and mix it with mineral …read more [More]
By Dr. Mercola By Dr. Mercola Over the course of your lifetime you’ll produce 10,000 gallons of spit that your body uses to initiate digestion, neutralize acid in your mouth and help fight germs that produce bad breath.1 If you floss each day, you’ll go through approximately 5 miles of floss over your lifetime and will use 20 gallons of toothpaste. If you brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes, you’ll spend 24 hours brushing each year. Even though you don’t swallow your toothpaste (and shouldn’t!), it all happens in an area of your body used as a [More]