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Why I Always Opt Out of the TSA's Naked Body Scanners

Why I Always Opt Out of the TSA’s Naked Body Scanners

| December 20, 2012 | 11 Comments

Leading experts have revealed that the TSA's naked body scanners are causing mass waves of cancer in both passengers and TSA employees. You may or may not remember, but in November of last year a bombshell report linking the scanners to cancer

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Vitamin D Deficiencies Linked to Muscle Injuries and Alzheimer's

Vitamin D Deficiencies Linked to Muscle Injuries and Alzheimer’s

| December 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Research has found even more links between between vitamin D deficiency and compromised health. The researchers concluded that lower than normal vitamin D levels can lead to muscle-related injuries in athletes and the eradication of plaque build-up on the brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Could Dieting Increase Desire for High-Calorie Foods? Why Dieting Fails

Could Dieting Increase Desire for High-Calorie Foods? Why Dieting Fails

| December 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

There are countless reasons why diets fail—because so many are trends not based in real health science, we make excuses for unhealthy habits, and more. But a recent study found that dieting actually increases your cravings for high calorie foods, yet another factor working against the traditional dieter.

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Replenish 'Good' Bacteria to Prevent Urinary Tract Infections

Replenish ‘Good’ Bacteria to Prevent Urinary Tract Infections

| December 20, 2012 | 1 Comment

A urinary tract infection, also known as cystitis, is a painful bacterial condition that can begin anywhere in the urinary system. Women are far more likely to develop a urinary tract infection than men. Infections, caused by a lack of vaginal lactobacilli (good bacteria), often reoccur and must be treated repeatedly. But replacing diminished lactobacilli may help keep urinary tract infections at bay.

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Predictions Confirmed: MSM Says Shooter Adam Lanza Was on Violence-Linked Anti-Psychotic Fanapt

Predictions Confirmed: MSM Says Shooter Adam Lanza Was on Violence-Linked Anti-Psychotic Fanapt

| December 19, 2012 | 93 Comments

The 'Connecticut Shooter' Adam Lanza has now been reported by mainstream media to indeed be taking the violence-linked anti-psychotic drug known as Fanapt, a prediction I made after the news of the shooting broke.

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Court Awards Family for Antidepressants Leading to Man's Suicide

Court Awards Family for Antidepressants Leading to Man’s Suicide

| December 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

A Supreme Court jury in New York awarded $1.5 million to the family of Joseph Mazella, who committed suicide in 2009 after his physician prescribed the 51-year old father, teacher, and basketball coach a deadly cocktail of pharmaceuticals—without having met him once.

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Infants as Medical Guinea Pigs?

Infants as Medical Guinea Pigs?

| December 19, 2012 | 2 Comments

When Big Pharma wants a drug approved, ideally they should go through several stages of trials and tests, where the drug is tested for effectiveness and side effects before being approved. But what happens when the intended audience of the drug is children? Many children have been victimized by doctors prescribing adult drugs without knowing their effects on smaller and younger people.

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Lower Blood Sugar, Prevent Cancer and More with Pumpkins!

Lower Blood Sugar, Prevent Cancer and More with Pumpkins!

| December 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Winter vegetables are known nutritional powerhouses, and though it’s commonly only thought of as a good pie-maker and sometimes-soup ingredient, pumpkin has numerous different health benefits that should move it to the forefront of your cold season menu.

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Glass Half-Full or Glass Half-Empty: Defeating Negative Thoughts

Glass Half-Full or Glass Half-Empty: Defeating Negative Thoughts

| December 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Many times when we tell someone or even ourselves that we should think positively, we do not really consider the impact that this has on our mental and physical health. Everyone experiences life changes and events that produce stress and negativity - perhaps a job loss, a relationship struggle, a health issue or even a natural disaster. It is easy to fall into a dark hole and develop very damaging thoughts.

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TSA Holds up 12-Year Old Girl with Bone Disease for Traces of Explosives

TSA Holds up 12-Year Old Girl with Bone Disease for Traces of Explosives

| December 18, 2012 | 1 Comment

On Friday, December 14th, TSA officials detained a 12-year old girl for testing positive for traces of explosives. En route to Tampa, Florida with her mother to receive treatment for her condition, Brittle Bone Disease, wheelchair-bound Shelbi Walser was randomly selected for security screening. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport TSA officials swabbed her hands and, after deeming she was a threat, drove Walser to tears.

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