ACTION ALERT – Right-to-Try Laws Gaining Momentum in the States

Posted April 15, 2015
If you or a loved one were close to death, wouldn’t you want access to potentially life-saving medications, even if they were in the experimental stage?  As the law stands now, FDA bureaucrats throw numerous roadblocks and hurdles into the path of patients who want to do just that. Read more and TAKE ACTION to send a message to your congressional representative urging them to co-sponsor Rep. Griffith’s Compassionate Freedom of Choice Act! e.

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Vaccine Ingredients and Vaccine Inserts

Posted February 12, 2014
Click here to view a complete list of the ingredients in U.S. vaccines. To see the vaccine package inserts, click here.

Organic industry is exploding in Wisconsin as demand for clean, healthy food outpaces supply

Posted April 28, 2015
While many people still need convincing that choosing organic foods is better for their own health as well as for the environment, that’s not the case for Wisconsin residents. There, the organic industry is taking off in full force due to the high demand for healthy foods. Read more.

Feeling Grateful May Improve Health for Heart Failure Patients

Posted April 28, 2015
Feeling grateful may help heart failure patients heal both physically and emotionally, say U.S. researchers.   Gratitude was linked to better sleep and mood, as well as lower levels of inflammation in people coping with heart failure in a California study.   Read more.

The Modern Lifestyle: A Recipe for Adrenal Fatigue?

Posted April 27, 2015
Is daily stress in your life leading to or causing adrenal fatigue? Find out what the symptoms are and how you can keep yourself healthy in the modern world.  Read more.

Monsanto and Others Caught Paying Internet ‘Trolls’ to Attack Activists

Posted April 27, 2015
Have you ever seen a post, comment, or reply that absolutely reeked of behind-the-scenes compensation by corporations like Monsanto? In the growing age of internet activism, and the expansion of social media as a tool to spread the word on real issues, paid internet trolling is becoming a new career path.   Read more.

Should Everyone With Graves’ Disease and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Follow an Autoimmune Paleo Diet?

Posted April 27, 2015
Many people who have an autoimmune condition follow an autoimmune paleo diet.  This is similar to a “standard” paleo diet, with a few additional restrictions.   Read more.

The Clinical Impact of Vitamin C: My Personal Experiences as a Physician

Posted April 27, 2015
Is the healing power of Vitamin C too good to be true? Can this inexpensive and convenient vitamin improve and heal the toughest of ailments?  While there are many things I learned from Dr. Huggins, and there were many areas I then ended up exploring because of what he taught me, the single most important thing I learned from him was the incredible ability of vitamin C to improve or heal so many conditions.  Read more.

Vermont Becomes First to Have Mandatory GMO Labeling

Posted April 26, 2015
After months of consumer and activist comments, picketing at the Attorney General’s Office, and winning a lawsuit against Monsanto who tried to overturn the original law, Vermont has just become the first state to have mandatory GMO labeling.   Read more.

Government Vaccine Committee Considers How to Build Vaccine Confidence

Posted April 26, 2015
You may remember our article on the National Vaccine Advisory Committee’s (NVAC) plan to increase adult immunizations, which could eventually lead to adult mandates. Now, NVAC’s Vaccine Confidence Working Group has released a draft report that considers “how confidence in vaccines impacts the optimal use of recommended childhood vaccines in the United States.”  Read more.

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