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CBD Oil helps Autistic Boy Speak Again

At first, when Kalel Santiago of Puerto Rico survived a rare form of cancer called neuroblastoma, his parents, Abiel and Gladys, were overjoyed that the two years of grueling surgery, radiation and chemotherapy treatments had worked, and their little boy was going to be okay. But while he was in the hospital, they started noticing some behavior that disturbed them, like hand flapping an ....

Starbucks Launches TOXIC Unicorn Frappuccino in Effort to Stay Relevant

A potentially toxic craze is spreading like wildfire across the internet, and in an attempt to stay relevant, Starbucks has jumped on the bandwagon. So-called “unicorn food,” which is trending across social media, is any food item that has been made super colorful by the addition of food dye, marshmallows or naturally colorful items like pieces of fruit. Some people even go so far as t ....

Age Defying 80-year-old Personal Trainer Keeping Older Americans in Fighting Shape


You may have heard the expression, especially among older people, that “age is just a number,” and that just because a person gets older doesn’t mean they should just curl up on a couch and wait to die. At least, that’s what one 80-year-old retired Army colonel and personal trainer believes, anyway. That’s right; he’s a personal trainer. And his clientele is mostly ....

Scientists: You Really can Improve Your Memory with Magnets

Non-invasive brain stimulation using magnets can improve auditory memory and could, in the future, treat neurocognitive challenges associated with conditions like Alzheimer’s or brain injury. A new study published in Neuron found that transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) can manipulate theta waves in the brain, specifically auditory memory. Researchers at the Montreal Neur ....

Your Carpet is Harboring Nasty Bacteria and Allergens

The feeling of a fuzzy carpet beneath your feet may seem inviting, but do you really know what lurks within those soft surfaces? Research shows that even though carpets are breeding grounds for bacteria, allergens, dust mites and other microscopic vermin, nearly half of all adults in the United States admitted that they had never washed their carpet before. So the next time you take your ....

Health Ranger Stockpiles 10,000 kg of Material to Manufacture lifesaving anti-radiation Invention to Save Lives Following Nuclear Attack

The looming threat of nuclear war and recent nuclear disasters like the Fukushima triple meltdown have brought concerns about radiation exposure front and center. If a nuclear catastrophe strikes, the radioactive isotope cesium-137 could pose a huge problem for humankind. This deadly radioisotope was produced after the Chernobyl and Fukushima meltdowns, and it is also generated after the rele ....

Who Needs Meds? Simple Potassium May Lower Blood Pressure More Safely than Prescription Drugs

Eating foods high in potassium — such as fruits, vegetables, grains and roots — may help lower blood pressure levels, a recent analysis revealed. According to the review, higher dietary potassium intake was associated with significant reductions in blood pressure regardless of sodium intake. Data also show that high potassium consumption curbs blood pressure by using sodium to closel ....

Dangerous Pesticide Exposure Found to Cause Early Puberty in Boys

The Endocrine Society, comprised of researchers and physicians from over 122 nations, has been researching the causes of hormonal disruptions for over 100 years. They’ve recently announced that a “class of pesticides” called pyrethroids, which “account for more than 30% of global use” . . .”may cause boys to reach sexual maturity earlier.” Jing Liu, ....

Danger: Latex in Vaccine Packaging, Including Rubber Caps for Syringes and Vials, an Overlooked Severe Allergy Problem for Millions of Americans to Consider

Nearly three million Americans, including children and infants, are allergic to natural rubber latex. More than 15 percent of health care workers are also allergic to latex. Nearly 70 percent of children with spina bifida and anyone who has had multiple surgeries is at risk of suffering mild, moderate, severe or even deadly reactions. These “side effects” of exposure include breaking ....

Popular Heartburn Drugs Found to Promote Deadly Superbug Infections

Acid reflux drugs raise the odds of Clostridium difficile infections, according to an analysis published in The Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine. C. difficile is a bacterium that causes a condition called colitis, which is characterized by inflammation of the colon. Symptoms of colitis include fever, diarrhea and abdominal pain, as w ....

FACE PLANT: GMO Rice Trail Fails Miserably after Mutant Plants Reduce Crop Yield

It is often claimed by advocates of genetically modified (GMO) food that genetically engineered crops are the only way to feed the growing world population and fight world hunger. However, up until now, there has not been a single study that proves GMO foods have helped to “feed the world” in any way. On the contrary, one of the million-dollar experiments, the highly-hyped GMO Gol ....

Avoid These Leftovers Lurking in Your Fridge, they Could Make you Sick

Experts warned that eating leftover rice may yield to food poisoning. Cooking rice does not always destroy all the pathogens residing on it. There is also a higher risk of food poisoning when rice is left at room temperature. Dr. Bejamin Chapman, North Carolina State University’s resident Food Safety Specialist, said in an interview that a pathogen is prevalent in dried rice, most lik ....

Scared of the Dentist? Scientists Claim Fear of Dental Drilling May be Genetic

Whether it’s the whirring sound of the drill, the blinding sensation of the overhead light, or merely the sight of that familiar padded reclining chair, the prospect of going to the dentist can be enough to make normally fearless individuals more than a little queasy. For some, this fear is so intense that they ignore potentially serious problems because the idea of a visit to the ....

Is this Artificial Retina Implant Going to Restore Vision for Millions of People?

Retinitis pigmentosa refers to a group of conditions in which the photoreceptors of the retina and the pigment epithelium under the photoreceptors are damaged. The condition is progressive and often runs in families. It is also the leading cause of blindness specifically caused by retinal degeneration. Vision problems usually start revealing themselves in dim light, when it becomes in ....

56 Percent of Maryland’s Bees Disappeared in 2016 as Pollinator Collapse Accelerates

The decimation of bee populations is a national concern, but beekeepers in the state of Maryland have been hit especially hard by the wave of bee deaths. In 2016 alone, beekeepers in the mid-Atlantic state faced a devastating loss equating to more than 56 percent of their bee colonies, according to the Bee Informed Partnership (BIP). And over the last three years, Maryland apiarists have ....

Mandatory Vaccine Push by Big Pharma tied to Australian Prime Minister’s Wife

Vaccines are a touchy subject in Australia, where government officials aggressively push for total compliance with vaccination mandates by whatever means possible. There is even a “No Jab No Pay” law on the books that essentially bars citizens from receiving government welfare unless they and their children are fully vaccinated. And at the root of it all, as usual, is government col ....

ACTION: “National Call-In Day” Announced for Vaccine Safety and Reform: March 30th

A national call-in day for vaccine safety and reform has been announced by Revolution For Truth, in partnership with the World Mercury Project and other organizations seeking to protect the lives of children. Natural News is encouraging everyone to join the call-in efforts on March 30th (see call-in numbers below) or join the live march in Washington D.C. (click here for the rally schedule). ....

NO SCIENCE ALLOWED: Science Teacher Disciplined for Demonstrating why Vaccines are so Toxic to Human Brains

In March 2015, science teacher Timothy Sullivan approached public health nurses administering vaccines to high school students at his school in Waterford, Ontario, Canada and asked whether they had appropriately informed the students about the potential risks of the shots they were giving. He noted that the teenagers were required to give informed consent and the nurses, therefore, had t ....
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