Tell Your Parents You Don’t Want To Be a Doctor (The Right Way)

For years, you’ve internalized your parents’ well-meaning (and, let’s be honest, self-serving) vision for your future: You’re going to medical school, you’re getting that MD and you’re going to make a boatload of money performing surgery or curing rare diseases or whatever else it is that people with more than a decade of post-secondary education do. Except you really, really don’t [...]

25 March 2017

Checking In: Hôtel Beatnik Near Bromont is Casual, comfy — and Cool

If a lodging establishment is called Hôtel Beatnik, it’s gotta be cool, right? The new Hôtel Beatnik outside Bromont in the Eastern Townships lives up to its handle. It’s a funky makeover of a former summer camp with rustic-modern cottage decor and whimsical 1950s-inspired accessories. The Beatnik is a casual, comfortable, affordable getaway. And yes, it’s cool. Beatnik’s outst [...]

25 March 2017

Pandemic? Bird flu Found at Multiple Poultry Farms in Alabama

Reuters reports that in the first week of March 2017, a southern Tennessee farm growing chickens for Tyson Foods, Inc. had to euthanize 73,500 broilers because those birds had the unfortunate distinction of being the “first confirmed case of highly pathogenic H7 avian influenza (HPAI)” in U.S. commercial poultry farming. As a precaution, at that [...]

25 March 2017

Entrepreneur.com Reveals Top Company Cultures in America

Workplace stress is nothing new, but new studies reveal just how damaging stress can be for an individual. It causes both mental and physical issues including depression, heart disease, and a shorter lifespan. The best cure? Having a great company culture.  Entrepreneur.com and Culture IQ teamed up to reveal the top 153 companies with this honor. To qualify for this list, organizations need [...]

24 March 2017

WaPo, NYT Oppose Vaccine Safety and Push for the Continued Poisoning of Children with Mercury

In just a few short days, Revolution for Truth will be holding a national call-in day for vaccine safety and reform, which aims to get as many people as possible to contact both Congress and President Trump to urge support for the establishment of an independent vaccine safety commission. This call-in day is taking place on March 30, though many people don’t know about it thanks to a m [...]

24 March 2017

Allergy alert: How to naturally treat the spring sniffles

Whether you know it as hay fever, seasonal allergies, or its medical term allergic rhinitis, if you haven’t been affected by it odds are you know someone who has. Allergic rhinitis occurs mostly in spring, summer and early fall, but it can, however, be experienced all year round for some people. The symptoms include watery and itchy eyes, a runny nose, sore throat, coughing, headache [...]

24 March 2017

What to Look for in a Vacation Home

When you’ve earned your financial freedom and found a vacation spot you can’t wait to revisit, the next logical step is to purchase a vacation home. It gets you out of an uncomfortable hotel room while you travel and provides a space for you and your family or friends to relax. This is probably a one-time luxury without a do-over, so it’s important to find the property that matches your ne [...]

23 March 2017

Dental Dangers – How to Protect Your Health

Over 150 million people in the United States currently have dental amalgam fillings (loaded with mercury) in their mouth – which are toxic to the body. At the same time, the occurrence of chronic degenerative diseases has never been higher, with the Centers for Disease Control estimating that over 117 million Americans suffer from one or more chronic health conditions. Could the two st [...]

23 March 2017

Those Who Push Mercury in Vaccines are Despicable, Evil People Who Destroy the Lives of Children while Pocketing Money from Big Pharma

There’s a major controversy brewing over the continued use of a known neurotoxin, mercury, in childhood vaccines. This deadly chemical doesn’t even need to be there, and is only harmful, providing absolutely no benefits when it comes to procuring immunity. And yet, mercury is still being added in the form of thimerosal to influenza vaccines, and many other vaccines routinely administered t [...]

23 March 2017

4 Secrets to Startup Success in the Internet Economy

While we’re no longer in the throes of the dot-com bubble, we’re still in the midst of an unprecedented age where anyone can launch an online business with very few barriers to entry. The result is a lot of Hollywood-esque success stories that make people think, “I could do that.” The problem is that the online startups that actually make it big are exceptions to the rule. For every [...]

22 March 2017

Patients Outraged by Smoking, junk Food being Allowed at U.K. Hospitals

Anyone who is ill enough to be admitted to a hospital for treatment is clearly in need of several things: attention from qualified medical personnel; medications as needed; adequate rest; a clean, peaceful environment; and wholesome, nutritious meals. Some hospitals are failing dismally in at least two of these areas, however: the provision of both a clean environment and healthful food. [...]

22 March 2017

Pro-vaccine Study Finds that flu Shots Barely Work at all in People Over age 50

A recent study published in the journal Vaccine has shown that vaccine effectiveness can vary widely based upon the age of the patient. The research intended on demonstrating the efficacy of pandemic flu vaccines, but instead revealed something far more telling: vaccines are not useful for those that are generally considered to be some of the most vulnerable people in our population [...]

22 March 2017

Pet Clothing Said to be Responsible for rise in Canine Skin Problems

Many pet owners feel like their dogs are people too, which in part explains why the phenomenon of dressing our pets up has become increasingly popular over the years. In 2015, an astounding $350 million was spent on Halloween pet costumes alone. The pet apparel industry has become so huge, that even high-end designers like Ralph Lauren, Vivienne Westwood and Juicy Couture have go [...]

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