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Improving Your Mitochondria Function to Reduce Cancer Risk

Posted June 23, 2016
Specific sites within mitochondria undergo a high rate of respiration when producing energy. Where change is taking place, cancer risks increase. High rates of respiration are associated with the generation of free radicals which are within close proximity to damaging the mitochondria’s own DNA. Incidences of lung cancer, renal cell carcinoma and breast cancer increase as a result of mutations occurring within mitochondrial DNA.  Read more.

What is Causing Your Migraines & How You Can Treat Them Naturally

Posted June 21, 2016   
Migraine is a highly tedious complaint that I would like to discuss. It continues to be a tricky topic, because there are so many different causes. In addition, the medical profession is not quite clear about what happens during a migraine attack and how it can be prevented. In my practice, I have advised a lot people with light to heavy migraine complaints. In some cases, with great success! Medication and painkillers could be discarded altogether.  Read more.

Congressman Chaffetz meets with Citizens over the CDC Whistleblower Scandal

Posted June 21, 2016
I hope I am not overstepping when I say that if you are a one-issue voter (and that issue would be parental rights) and Jason Chaffetz was running for president, he is the man you would want to vote for. You can trust me on that. He is doing his job here.  This situation may not end up how we want it to end up, but it is not for lack of Chaffetz and his staff working their asses off for us.  Read more.

Study: The World Vaccine Market Will be Worth $45.1 Billion by 2022

Posted June 21, 2016
A new market study by Kalorama Information, LLC of Rockville, MD estimates the value of the world vaccine market at $27.6 billion in 2015—up 11% from $24.7 billion in 2014 and 14% from $23.6 billion in 2013, reports Genetic Engineering Biotechnology News (GEN). According to the study, the market is projected to grow to $45.1 billion by 2022.  Read more.

Doctors Receiving ‘Merck Vaccination Service Awards’ for Pushing Vaccines

Posted June 21, 2016
It was reported by independent journalist recently that some doctors offices are now demanding their patients sign an immunization contract. What’s an immunization contract you ask? The contract—created outside of law and denying informed consent—requires prospective patients to agree, by signature, to allow 25 vaccines to be injected into their child over a series of visits. Also uncovered in the same investigation, doctors can receive up to $225 per service achieved in the insurance provider category of “childhood immunization [combo 2]”.  Read more.

Groups Question USDA and Cornell University Over Lack of Transparency in Genetically Engineered Moth Experiments

Posted June 21, 2016
Environmental, food safety and organic farming organizations are demanding clear public information about a controversial plan to conduct an open air field trial of genetically engineered (GE) diamondback moths at Cornell’s agricultural experiment station in Geneva, New York. The GE moths are intended to control population levels with an engineered trait that causes female offspring to die in the larval stage. The diamondback moth is a pest for producers of crops like broccoli and cabbage. The plan for the trial includes the release of over a million GE moths every year on a 60-acre site at the experiment station.  Read more.

Common Painkillers Found to Cause Increased Long Term Pain

Posted June 21, 2016
Evidence is mounting that taking opioid painkillers like morphine and oxycodone can in some cases actually make pain worse over time. This is, in part, because the more an opioid painkiller is used, the higher the dose that will be required to have the same effect in the future.  Read more.