smile – even though when you think about it – it’s not really funny!
smile – even though when you think about it – it’s not really funny!
While today’s pharmaceuticals are often touted as game-changers and the product of a medically advanced society, there most definitely is a dark side to having our country flooded with prescription medications. And American youth are being particularly abused by Big Pharma and the traditional medical community.
The more studies are conducted on mood-and-mind-altering medications for conditions like ADHD—perhaps one of the most over-diagnosed ‘illnesses’ among early school-aged children—the more we find they are doing lasting damage. Continue reading
The roots, leaves and flowers of the dandelion plant are a potent and healthy herbal medicine, although folks might think those yellow dots popping up in their landscape are just nuisance weeds. Not so, as reported by Reset.me, who emphasizes that the botanical name for dandelion – Taraxacum officinal – aptly describes its medicinal potential. Taraxacum translates into an “inflammation curative.” Officinal means that the lowly dandelion is revered as a bona fide, official medicinal plant. The use of the dandelion plant as a healing agent “predates written records,” but it is understood that the Greeks and the Chinese used dandelion compounds to aid in digestion, and as a liver tonic and diuretic. Continue reading
Jim Henson created the Muppets. In late 1989, he sold his company to Disney for $150 million.
In early 1990, he began experiencing flu-like symptoms. On May 15, he got really sick. Wikipedia reports:
That night, Henson’s wife Jane, from whom he was separated, came to visit for the last time. Hours later, on May 15, Henson was having trouble breathing and began coughing up blood. He suggested to his wife that he might be dying, but did not want to take time from his schedule to visit a hospital. Jane later stated that while Henson’s Christian Science upbringing “affect[ed] his general thinking”, it did not have any influence on his postponement of medical treatment, and still later told People magazine that his avoidance was likely due to his desire not to be a bother to anyone. . . .
A new Orwellian bill is being proposed in California that will make it illegal for parents to make medical decisions for their own children.
The new SB-18 bill will allow the State to seize children away from their parents and their homes if parents make medical decisions that the State deems not to be in the child’s best interests. Continue reading
Treating cavities with standard dental fillings may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to new research showing that damaged teeth have a natural ability to heal on their own. Researchers from England have shown in new animal trials that, when exposed to a substance known to aid in mineral delivery and dentine formation, tooth cavities will naturally regenerate and seal themselves without the need for mercury-based amalgam, porcelain, cement, or some other synthetic material. Continue reading
A new warning has emerged about the use of Gardasil, a vaccine for the human papilloma virus (HPV).
Gardasil (a four-strain HPV vaccine, or HPV4), is typically administered to both boys and girls as young as age 11 to prevent the sexually transmitted disease.
Developed by Merck, Gardasil received FDA approval in 2006. The disease did not become of concern until the 1980s, when research first suggested that there may be a connection between HPV and cervical cancer. However, whether this link actually exists has been a major point of contention. Continue reading
On Mondays, Magda and Amilcar Galindo take their daughter Eva to self-defense class. Eva is 12 but her trusting smile and arching pigtails make her look younger. Diagnosed with autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, Eva doesn’t learn or behave like the typical 12-year-old. She struggles to make change, and she needs help with reading and social situations. Eva’s classmates are sometimes unkind to her, and Magda worries for her daughter’s feelings and her safety. So once a week, after they drive her from her middle school in Modesto, California, to her tutor in nearby Riverbank, the Galindos rush off to the gym where they cheer Eva on as she wrestles with a heavy bag and punches the air with her skinny arms. Continue reading
One of the big selling points for new cell phones on the market today are upgrades to technology which allow devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S7 to “fast charge” using “Qi” technology, portable wireless charging pads designed for small devices such as cellphones. Wireless charging stations can charge phones in about half the time as “plug in” devices and save on wear and tear to internal plug-in ports.
But do these conveniences come at a price to your health? Continue reading
Publisher’s NOTE ~ The basis of what you are about to read was written some years ago by a renowned practitioner (now retired) in the cancer field and was updated in November of 2016. As the approved Editor and Publisher of the writings of Dr. William Donald Kelley, I have taken the Liberty of correcting several minor issues in this post. In addition, I have also added the names and contact information for several of those offering services or enzymes – beyond those which were originally offered by the author. Also, we have added several video tutorials for you expanded education.
There has been no attempt to alter the meanings or intent of the author’s original writing. You’ll find a link near the end of this post, which will take you to the original column. We believe that you will find what is posted here to more beneficial. ~ J.Bennett
What do Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso all have in common aside from their incredible painting abilities? These three artists all shared a love of absinthe, a botanical spirit made from wormwood, anise and fennel. Absinthe is currently illegal in the U.S. as well as many other countries, but it’s still available in Europe. You may have heard of wormwood because of its inclusion in this famous European beverage, but did you know that it also holds an ability to aid many common and serious health concerns?
It’s true. Wormwood is actually used to eliminate intestinal worms, especially roundworms and pinworms. … Continue reading
A three-year study, published January 4 in the journal Neurology, found that a diet heavy on olive oil, fruits, vegetables, legumes and grains, with moderate amounts of fish, wine and dairy, and small amounts of red meat and poultry, helped those around the age of 70 to retain more brain volume compared to those who did not strictly adhere to the Mediterranean diet. Continue reading
GPs should avoid giving cancer patients too much bad news as it can worsen their pain and side effects, according to a leading doctor.
Professor Frede Olesen, said telling sufferers about the progression of the illness or the side effects of chemotherapy may make them feel more ill. Continue reading
Almost a third of young people with cancer are diagnosed in A&E because they do not recognise signs of the disease, a new study has warned.
Around 29 per cent of teenager, their parents and doctors do not act on the signs of cancer, and their health deteriorates until they have to go to hospital, according to The Teenage Cancer Trust. Continue reading
According to cancer.gov “In 2016, an estimated 1,685,210 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States and 595,690 people will die from the disease.”Cancer today is an industry of big business. There is constant confusion about how cancer is originated. First of all, what is Cancer? Cancer is an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. Cancer seems to develop when the body is malfunctioning, and it starts with a simple change in either one or a group of cells. This all has to do with the process of how much cells divide. They can spread to certain parts of the body depending on the specific condition. It is absolutely essential to keep your body healthy and one of the many ways to improve your odds of beating cancer is to get adequate sleep. Continue reading
Alzheimer’s patients who take antipsychotic drugs have a significantly increased risk of dying early compared to those who don’t, new research out of Finland has found. An in-depth analysis of nearly 58,000 people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease between 2005 and 2011 found that those who take popular antipsychotics like Abilify (aripiprazole) or Risperdeal (risperidone) face as much as a 60 percent increased risk of premature death — and this risk is even higher when Alzheimer’s patients take two or more antipsychotics. Continue reading
What’s the “Agent Orange curse?” True story: As veterans of the Vietnam war die off from cancer and other diseases and disorders they got from the incredibly toxic defoliant Agent Orange, the nightmare is not over, because research is revealing their children and grandchildren, who were never exposed to the pesticide, have birth defects that were passed on through their parents and grandparent’s affected genes. That’s the Agent Orange curse, and it can cause much more detriment than cancer, as if that weren’t enough, including heart disease, fibromyalgia, arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, spinal problems, autism, and birth defects like missing limbs, extra limbs, malformed limbs, speech difficulties, cleft lip palate, crooked fingers and webbed toes.
Sadly, the US government is trying to cover it all up, waiting for the vets to die off, thinking the whole chronic nightmare will fade away, but it’s not fading at all. Continue reading
While 45 % percent of Americans will be making New Year’s resolutions this year, only 8% will actually keep them. You CAN be one of the few who keep those resolutions going throughout the year. Read on about THREE THINGS you can do to break unhealthy habits and create new ones that can lead to a happier and healthier you in 2017!
There is no doubt that cancer is more prevalent today than it was fifty years ago (regardless of population and reporting). Many doctors say they don’t know the cause of cancer, however the cause is no mystery. There is a cause for every effect. There are some great minds who have studied the causes of cancer as well as the solutions to the problem. There is also a desperate need for more public education on the actual causes so people are better equipped about prevention. Continue reading
President Obama declared during his (2016) State of the Union Address that he’s putting Vice President Biden in charge of carrying out a multi-billion dollar “moonshot”, to cure cancer that Biden called for in wake of his son’s death. Unfortunately for Biden, and the public in general, Big Pharma has too much to lose by curing cancer, and too much to gain by keeping it in check. Continue reading
Women in the U.S. will be less affected by the projected spike
The population of Denmark is roughly 5.5 million people, and that’s how many women are expected to die worldwide from cancer by 2030 – a 60% increase from 3.5 million deaths in 2012.
The sobering projection comes from a new report by the American Cancer Society (ACS) that was presented at the World Cancer Congress in Paris on November 1. Continue reading
A new study warns that marijuana use may increase susceptibility to Alzheimer’s disease, after finding the drug severely reduces blood flow in an area of the brain affected by the illness.
Published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, the study reveals that individuals with a marijuana use disorder showed reduced blood flow in nearly all areas of the brain, compared with healthy controls. Continue reading
By now you are probably aware of the many benefits that happiness and positivity can have on your heath. But did you also know that when life throws you a curve ball and you begin to feel hopeless about your situation, your immune system may take that as a cue to begin to shut down? Learn about this phenomenon and what you can do to turn it around and become health-empowered in 2017!
Back in October of this year, I took a look at how pessimists and optimists view the challenges that happen to them in their lives. In that blog, I explained how pioneer psychologist Martin Seligman re-examining data gathered from the Grant Study to discover that those with overall pessimistic attitudes face increasing health problems, especially as they age.
What happens when cutting-edge medicine offers up conflicting answers?
A couple years ago, Sibel Blau, an oncologist outside of Seattle, was working with the company Guardant Health to test their novel “liquid biopsies” in patients. The idea behind liquid biopsies is both elegant and promising. A doctor takes a blood sample from a patient, and then Guardant looks for tumor DNA floating in the blood, allowing doctors to identify the tumor’s unique mutations and offer a personalized drug regimen—all without an invasive tissue biopsy. Blau was excited to be on board. Continue reading
British researchers claim they have confirmed that aluminum plays a strong role in the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are now the leading causes of death around the world, superseding heart disease. More than 5 million persons in the U.S., where it is the sixth leading cause of death, have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, according to the Alzheimer’s Association; in the U.K., 850,000 people are living with the brain disorder.
By mid century, the number of Alzheimer’s suffers could range from 14 to 16 million. Continue reading
~ Publisher’s NOTE ~
The following is not meant to be a political statement, as we attempt to keep ‘politics‘ off of this website. We know that people of all political leanings, as well as people of all colors, races, creeds and religion are affected by the devastation of disease, yet having stated this, we also are aware of the lenient applications of the invasion of America by both those who steal across our borders in the dark of night, and those who are allowed to enter as “refugees” without the type of physical and politcal vetting of days gone by. With these circumstances – diseases, which have been mostly dormant in this nation for years, are coming back – and it will be a haunting. ~ J.B.
A student enrolled at Benson Magnet High School, one of seven high schools in the Omaha, Nebraska Public Schools system, was diagnosed with active tuberculosis (TB) in November.
Two hundred thirty seven of Benson Magnet High School’s 1,273 students, or 18.6 percent, are refugees, according to Omaha Public School’s District English Language Learner/Refugee Report, 2015-16. Continue reading
Cancer Industry Hides Awful Truth That Chemo Often Kills Patients Before Cancer Does
The shocking study was published in LANCET ONCOLOGY in September of this year and was reported by a limited number of news sources. Guardian [Aug. 30, 2016]. Most were obscure online portals. [ChristianTruther.com [Aug. 7, 2016[; The Free Thought Project [Sept. 3, 2016]; Opposing Views [Sept. 6, 2016]; What Doctors Don’t Tell You [Sept. 6, 2016] But alternate news sources were apparently drowned out by the recent Presidential election in the USA. Absent were CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, Reuters, The Associated Press the major news media.
In some hospital-based cancer treatment centers the death rate from chemotherapy (not cancer) is as high as 50%. The study involved thousands of patients with lung cancer in England. Continue reading
Pollen, mildew, dust—to many people, they’re essentially harmless. For those with allergies, they are the triggers that send their immune system into overdrive. Allergies are a malfunction of the immune system that causes it to be hypersensitive to stimuli. When the immune system is triggered, immunoglobulin E (IgE), a type of antibody, signals for the release of histamines. Histamines, which tell mucous membranes to produce mucus and cause blood vessels to dilate, are the catalyst for the inflammation that produces watery eyes, runny nose, and other symptoms we refer to as allergies. You may be familiar with anti histamines—medications that are marketed for the relief of allergy symptoms. Continue reading
This time of year is perhaps the only time that most people give any attention to mistletoe, that evergreen plant that hangs on the low-lying branches of certain trees. While not many Americans are aware of its healing qualities, in many parts of the world, especially in Europe, it has been a part of cancer healing protocols for years.
Certain cancer-fighting foods and other healthy habits can dramatically lower your cancer risk
First, the good news: You probably won’t get cancer.
That is, if you have a healthy lifestyle. “As many as 70% of known causes of cancers are avoidable and related to lifestyle,” says Thomas A. Sellers, PhD, associate director for cancer prevention and control at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa. Diet, exercise, and avoidance of tobacco products are, of course, your first line of defense, but recent research has uncovered many small, surprising ways you can weave even more disease prevention into your everyday life.
Try these novel strategies and your risk of cancer could dwindle even more. Continue reading