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stltoday.com

by Michele Munz

April 2, 2016

The difficulty in reducing the epidemic addiction to painkillers while still trying to relieve patients' pain is felt most by doctors such as Michael Spearman.

Trauma and barriers to health care that are more common among the poor leave many patients suffering from painful, complex and chronic conditions, Spearman said. Other than writing a prescription for a narcotic or sending them to surgery, he has little at his disposal to help.

vactruth.com

by Michelle Goldstein

November 4, 2016

If you or your child are force-vaccinated to attend daycare, work, or school, or as a member of the military, you can still ease the toxic load on your body.

Avoiding vaccines is the best line of defense against exposure to dangerous toxins. If one is faced with the necessity to vaccinate, there are several important health measures which may reduce damage. Not vaccinating when ill, and spreading out vaccinations as much as possible can reduce likelihood of vaccine damage. Use of a cold pack immediately following vaccination can help block an immune reaction. Use of vitamin C before and after vaccination is considered critical. Deciding on a protocol inclusive of several antioxidants including vitamins D3 and E is important.

intellihub.com

by Mike Adams

June 1, 2015

The CDC whistleblower story is exploding, and despite the best efforts of the mainstream media to maintain a total media blackout on the story, the truth is spreading like wildfire across the internet and social media.

The essence of the story is that CDC scientist William Thompson has admitted to committing scientific fraud over the last ten years in conjunction with other CDC scientists. They retroactively altered study data to hide the proven fact that MMR vaccines cause a huge increase in autism risk in African-American children, and the CDC's top criminal, Dr. Julie Gerberding, orchestrated the entire fraud.

naturalnews.com

by Mike Adams

March 14, 2014

When it comes to health and nutrition, it seems like everything old is new again. Many foods or health protocols that used to be commonly enjoyed were later attacked and discredited by industry-funded "scientists" trying to sell toxic substitutes.

Before the rise of factory foods, nearly all food was local. As a result, it was also far healthier and more nutritious than today's centrally-manufactured, distributed foods (think McDonald's Chicken McNuggets). Now, thanks to the rise of the local food movement, CSAs and farmers markets, local food is popular again. It also happens to be ecologically sustainable. If humanity is to survive the next century, it must do so by learning how to produce local decentralized food.

naturalnews.com

by Mike Adams

September 23, 2013

Following an hour of discussion about the toxicity of the destructive chemicals and heavy metals still used in vaccines -- a fact openly admitted by the CDC -- Jones suggested that executives of vaccine companies should be executed if found guilty...

Adams suggested that instead of a regular execution, they should simply be injected with large quantities of their own medicines -- the very same vaccines that are routinely injected into infants and children across America. This conversation soon morphed into the idea that Piers Morgan should be offered $1 million if he agrees to be injected with 1,000 vaccines. [Watch the video...]

mamamia.com.au

by Monique Bowley

May 21, 2015

Coles' prices may be down down but one man has accused the company of helping consumers get up up on a drug induced high, selling Marjoram willy nilly.

The herb, with sweet pine and citrus flavors, is synonymous with oregano, with varieties including sweet marjoram, knotted marjoram, and even "pot" marjoram. It goes brilliantly with roast chicken, tomato based dishes and quiche. There are no known cases of it causing a disorientation, lack of physical coordination, often followed by hysterical laughing, paranoia or sudden and unexplained craving for snack food.

dynamicchiropractic.com

by Nancy Martin-Molina

July 4, 2014

It has been documented in a variety of studies that general health and habit factors may perpetuate the presence of myofascial / soft-tissue patterns of pain.

These include nutritional, metabolic, endocrine and psychological influences; but often some of the worst offenders are contributors such as sustained postural demands and poor body mechanism. Thus one goal of chiropractic treatment has been to increase movement in the joints and relax the pain-producing contributory muscles.

Chiro Web

by Nancy Molina, DC

February 6, 2005

The patient is a 73-year-old female with severe vortex head pain, suboccipital pain, and bilateral upper trapezium pain. Headache onset was approximately four years prior and a recent onset of bilateral shoulder pain prompted her to schedule an appointmen

She reported some limited success with a prescribed "migraine medication." Incidentally, she had undergone chiropractic care "all her life" until four years ago, when she reportedly outlived her previous chiropractor.

naturalcuresnotmedicine.com

by Nat Lee

June 9, 2014

By looking at your diet and addressing inflammation in your body you could help heal/prevent a variety of diseases.

The majority of inflammatory diseases start in your gut and it's the chronic inflammation in your gut can seriously mess up the normal functioning of your body! Many health problems have inflammation as a part of the disease, these include obesity, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, periodontal disease, stroke and heart disease.

irishhealth.com

by Niall Hunter

January 13, 2012

Getting treated by a chiropractor and taking light exercise may be the best way to relieve neck pain, according to new research.

The support group Arthritis Ireland says the findings underline the fact that arthritis and muscular pain require more than just a drug-treatment approach. Researchers found that this type of non-medical treatment results in better outcomes than common pain relief drugs such as aspirin and ibuprofen.