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One in Five Young People Lose Sleep over Social Media

Posted January 17, 2017
One in five young people regularly wake up in the night to send or check messages on social media, according to new research. This night-time activity is making teenagers three times more likely to feel constantly tired at school than their peers who do not log on at night, and could be affecting their happiness and wellbeing. Read more.

When Seconds Count: 5 Items for Quick-Action Response

Posted January 13, 2017
You just hit a deer on the road about halfway between work and home on your 30-mile one-way commute. As you tried to avoid him, you swerved and hit a patch of ice and went off of an embankment.  Ramming a tree, you went unconscious.  You came to only to find a large laceration about 4” long running across your forehead.  Read more.

Sanjay Gupta: Where Does Your Vaccine Risk Aware Army Come From?

Posted January 13, 2017
AFTER the news that President-Elect Trump was considering establishing a “Vaccine Safety Commission” with a focus on “Scientific Integrity”, the collective media world in the US lost its collective mind.  Story after story came pouring at, each one pushing the standard Gregorian Chant:  Vaccines Work.  Jenny McCarthy.  Wakefield.  Apocalypse.  Read more.

Doctor in Italy Quells Parkinson’s with Overlooked Vitamin Cure

Posted January 13, 2017
In recent weeks the world has learned the news media creates fake news and/or completely shuns significant news stories to match its own politically correct agendas.  So an unequivocal cure for a major brain disease goes unreported.  Shame on CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, the BBC, Reuters, Associated Press and the New York Times.  Read more. 

A Doctor Wants Safe Vaccines and all Hell Breaks Loose!

Posted January 13, 2017
A doctor writes about wanting vaccines free of toxic agents and you would think he was a mass murderer by the way other doctors and the media are beating him up.  This firestorm should convince everyone that something is terribly wrong with conventional medicine and the media.  Are we not allowed to question the wisdom and safety of any medical therapy?  Shouldn’t all medical therapies be held to a high standard of care?  Read more. 

10 Top Myths About Preventing a Cold

Posted January 13, 2017
Like the game of party line we played as kids, myths about colds and other short-term illnesses prevail.  The reality is that the common cold is caused by a virus that is passed from person to person.  They can occur anytime during the year and not just during what is commonly referred to as the “cold season”.  Read more.