Following the granting by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) status for Pfizer/BioNTech’s BNT162b2 and Moderna/NIAID’s mRNA-1273 messenger RNA (mRNA) COVID-19 biologics in December 2020, there have been increasing reports of alopecia areata following vaccination with these products. Read more.
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Aspirin is taken faithfully by millions every day as a preventive measure against heart attack, often without the user having any awareness of the serious health risks associated with it, some potentially fatal. You can view over 60 adverse effects of aspirin on the GreenMedInfo.com’s aspirin research page if you have any doubts about how serious a concern this is. Read more.
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death, killing some 18 million people globally, costing more than $320 billion annually in the USA alone. About 2/3 of these deaths are due to heart attacks and strokes, with atherosclerosis the key pathology. Although the causes of CVDs continue to be debated, it is generally accepted in the literature that atherosclerotic CVDs are inflammatory diseases with elevated oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is due to the imbalance of excessive oxidants (toxins) and deficient antioxidants. The resulting deficiency of vitamin C, a primary antioxidant, leads to impairment of collagen synthesis. Collagen plays a critical role in the integrity of arterial walls. Collagen deficiency results in arterial wall damage and an inflammatory response leading to atherosclerosis and associated pathologies including coronary artery stenosis and occlusion. Read more.
An article has just been published in La Jornada, one of Mexico City’s leading daily newspapers, which usefully summarises some of the latest research on glyphosate. The article is by Silvia Ribeiro, the Latin America director for ETC group. She is based in Mexico, where the government of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador issued an executive order in 2020 to phase out glyphosate and GMO corn by 2024, arguing that Mexico must attain food self-sufficiency without using toxic chemicals. Read more.
Whether you’re looking for a post-holiday, winter hibernation fix-up or a year-round wellness solution, you can enhance the natural detoxification system of your body. Various whole foods including cruciferous vegetables, berries, garlic, soy and spices like turmeric are popular for detoxification support in functional medicine models of care. Read more.
There is solid evidence that niacin (the standard form of vitamin B3) on its own can help effectively treat erectile dysfunction.  Niacin’s long-term circulatory benefits may include facilitating a male’s erection, which is dependent on blood supply to the penis, because niacin normalizes blood lipids. Niacinamide will not achieve this. Read more.
A huge data dump of documents show, in the words of one journalist, that “natural immunity works and Pfizer knows it.” The documents also show that COVID vaccine adverse events are more frequent and more severe in younger age groups. Yet Pfizer is planning to ask the FDA to authorize a third COVID vaccine shot for healthy kids aged 5-11—and knowing the government, this request will likely be granted, meaning more profits for the vaccine makers and more adverse reactions for kids. This is unacceptable. Read more.
It’s easy to take your sense of smell for granted — that is, until it’s gone. Anosmia, or the inability to smell, isn’t a life-threatening condition, but it significantly affects quality of life and can lead to depression and anxiety. Read more.
Hershey’s Chocolate Found to have 4X Higher Levels of Glyphosate than YouTuber, MrBeast’s Chocolate. Read more.
More evidence for the power of natural medicine to keep us healthy during this and future viral pandemics—so why are the FDA, Congress, and the President threatening access? Action Alert! A new study found that a mixture of zinc, copper, and plant flavonoids inhibited viral replication in lab tests by as much as 50 percent. Read more.