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USDA Approves New GE Corn and Soy, Triggering Onslaught of Millions of Pounds more Pesticides

Posted September 19, 2014
Center for Food Safety today condemned the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) decision to fully deregulate Dow Chemical’s Enlist corn and soybeans, genetically engineered to withstand repeated spraying of the herbicide 2,4-D. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has yet to approve the accompanying herbicide, which is a blend of 2,4-D and glyphosate.  Read more. 

Simple, Effective Approaches for Safely Preventing and Treating Back Pain

Posted September 19, 2014
An estimated 75 to 85 percent of Americans will experience back pain at some time in their lives, and it’s one of the most common reasons for taking time off from work.  In most cases, the pain is a result of simple mechanical problem, such as poor posture or improper movement.  Not surprisingly, back pain has become a major target for drug company disease mongering.1 The latest example of this is the emergence of ads for ankylosing spondylitis, a chronic inflammatory disease of the axial skeleton that includes the spine, which is actually a very rare condition.  Read more. 

It’s a Bird, it’s a Plane, it’s a Superbanana!

Posted September 19, 2014
A super-powered, orange banana swoops into Africa and saves the lives of 700,000 children.  Disney’s latest?  Nope, the real-life hopes for a new, genetically modified fruit, backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.  Read more.

The Best and Worst Sleeping Positions & How They Affect Your Health

Posted September 19, 2014
Depending on the sleeping position you choose, it can cause shoulder pain or back pain, increase wrinkles on the face and breasts, or even increase snoring. On the flip side, other positions can be great for increasing blood flow, minimizing acid reflux and decreasing snoring.  Read more.

Natural Ways to Improve Gum Health

Posted September 19, 2014
Naturally, everybody wants healthy teeth and gums – especially when you consider the connection between poor oral health and chronic disease. Unfortunately, in order to avoid tooth loss, it would appear that too many people remain uneducated about how to improve gum health – the key to maintaining strong teeth.  Read more. 

Curing the Incurables with Ozone Therapy

Posted September 19, 2014
Way before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was ever created, ozone therapy was successfully used by established medical professionals to treat anemia, respiratory ailments, infectious diseases and countless ‘incurable’ health issues. But, by the 1940’s, the FDA decided to seize all ozone machines – despite its track record of being effective (and harmless) to thousands and thousands of people with all sorts of health problems ranging from AIDS to cancer.  Read more.

One Third of Nurses Are Leaving Their Jobs and Losing Faith in Vaccines

Posted September 19, 2014
It’s not just anti-vaccine parents and groups on the internet that are shutting down vaccination. Many doctors, nurses and other health professionals are coming around and grasping the gravity of how vaccines are damaging our bodies. Turnover of nurses (RNs) are now at record highs, with more than one-third leaving their jobs within the first two years and trust in health authorities and vaccination is at an all time low.  Read more.

What Would I Do If I Got Cancer?

Posted September 19, 2014
f I were diagnosed with cancer, would I go the natural route? I have seen the evidence for natural health and I know how well these treatments work but if it was me or my family…then I can understand how hard it is not to do what the medical establishment tells you.  So what would I do?  Read more.

Why BMI is a Big Fat Scam

Posted September 19, 2014
In 1832, a Belgian mathematician named Adolphe Quetelet developed what is today known as the body mass index (BMI).1 The formula divides a person’s weight by the square of his height, and is one of the most commonly used measures of excess weight, obesity, and overall health….Your doctor may use this number to advise you on your weight, as well as your risk of related conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes. Unfortunately, BMI is an incredibly flawed tool, and a high BMI doesn’t automatically mean you’re unhealthy, the way many physicians and health insurance companies imply that it does.  Read more. 

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