No, you can’t heal your body with “bio-frequency” stickers… don’t get caught up in the scam

Natural News) So-called bio-frequency stickers may sound appealing, but the truth is that these “healing” patches won’t offer you much in the way of health benefits. Recently featured in Goop, a publication which belongs to movie star Gwyneth Paltrow, the bio-frequency stickers made by Body Vibes are already gaining quite a bit of notoriety — but for all the wrong reasons. [...]

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Obesity? Heart Disease? Diabetes? Cancer? Maybe it’s not your genes–it’s your lifestyle

For so long, we’ve been conditioned to think our genes are rigid and unchangeable; and they alone define our health and longevity. We expect chronic disease to be treated like the common cold. Take a pill and go back to work. You can’t fix obesity or diabetes with a pill; some pills (like statin drugs) actually raise your risk of developing diabetes or having a heart attack, and if [...]

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5 Natural Ways To Detox Your Body From Drugs

I am not just talking illegal illicit drugs, some pharmaceutical drugs also attack our systems. The goal of natural drug detoxification is to eliminate the toxins left over from drugs. The liver in your body has the massive job of removing and dealing with toxins not just from drugs but also food, alcohol and other soft drinks – basically pretty much anything we consume. If there is a buil [...]

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There’s a new craze among celebrities, and it’s as gross as it sounds: Vampire facials have taken off in a big way, with Bar Rafaeli, Rupert Everett and Kim Kardashian singing their praises. But just what are these yucky sounding treatments, and do they really have any proven cosmetic benefits? Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) – or a vampire facial to you and me – involves taking a s [...]

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The Dirty Truth about Clean Ears: Why you shouldn’t use Cotton Swabs in Your Ears

Cleaning your ear with a cotton tip applicator may feel good, but be warned: You could risk a trip to the emergency room. In fact, the multi-purpose cotton swab has already sent thousands of children into hospitals all over the United States. Researchers from the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio analyzed cases from 1990 to 2010 and have uncovered some surprising figures [...]

15 May 2017

Is 2017 the Year of the Tick? Scientists Predict a Surge in Lyme Disease Cases

Scientists have urged those in the Northeastern United States to prepare for a rise in Lyme disease cases this year. The forecast comes at the heels of a population surge among white-footed mice which serve as hosts for Lyme-bearing ticks, reported. Scientists trace the upsurge in ticks to an acorn abundance in 2015, which caused the mice boom, which then [...]

13 May 2017

College Dorms Found to have High Levels of Toxic Flame Retardants in Dust

College students may be inadvertently breathing in carcinogenic compounds from their furniture, a new study concluded. Researchers tested 95 dust samples from two colleges in the northeast for carcinogens, hormone disruptors, and chemicals that could potentially affect brain function. What they found was shocking: results were the highest levels that have ever been recorded. Lead auth [...]

13 May 2017

Compound in Turmeric Found to Suppress Viruses, Including Hepatitis, Herpes, Chikungunya, Influenza-A, HIV and HPV

The turmeric compound curcumin was found to effectively suppress a large number of viruses, recent studies showed. The compound was previously known to defer cancer growth, resolve Lichen Panus, reduce type-2 diabetes and prevent Alzheimer’s disease and dementia onset. However, a new article published in listed several other studies indicating that the compo [...]

12 May 2017

Abortion to be Labeled “Child Abuse” in Alaska if landmark Measure Passes

An Alaska lawmaker is at the center of controversy after placing an anti-abortion message into a state House resolution that is aimed at drawing attention to the problems of child abuse and sexual assault in the state. Republican Representative David Eastman of Wasilla tacked on the amendment referring to abortion as “the ultimate form of child abuse.” He said he felt that discussing [...]

11 May 2017

These Two Spicy Ingredients Pack a Powerful Punch Against Cancer

Cancer prevention has never been more delicious than this: The zingy combination of ginger and chili can actually protect you from the deadly disease. A recent study by the American Chemical Society (ACS) has found that specific properties in the two spices combined can effectively inhibit tumor growth receptors, the reported. For the study, the research t [...]

11 May 2017

Autism in Girls Linked to Grandmothers who SMOKED During Pregnancy Reveals new Research

A recent study revealed that grandmothers who smoked in their younger years may be passing on the habit’s negative effects to succeeding generations. According to the study, girls whose maternal grandmothers smoked during pregnancy were at an increased risk of developing autism spectrum disorder. As part of the research, a team of health care experts at the University of Bristol [...]

10 May 2017

Researchers Have Found illegal Levels of ARSENIC in Baby Rice Food Products

Parents who feed their infants baby rice food products be warned: You’re feeding your children food laced with arsenic. Researchers hailing from the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast have found illegal levels of arsenic in a variety of rice-based baby foods. The study was conducted in response to the European Union (EU) imposing a maximum limit on the lev [...]

10 May 2017

Why isn’t there a Medical Edward Snowden?

The US press is aware that medically caused death is the third leading cause of death in America. But nothing happens in their elite corner of the “information age.” (Article by Jon Rappoport republished from For years, I’ve been pointing out that the medical apparatus is best-protected structure in the US and the world. One piece of evidence for that statement: [...]

09 May 2017

Sugar Junkie? Study Suggests Excessive Sugar intake is Similar to Drug Addiction

Excess sugar consumption should be considered a form of addiction, an animal study revealed. A team of researchers at the Queensland University of Technology found that excessive, long-term sugar consumption may trigger eating disorders and may lead to adverse effects on the behavior. According to the team, high sugar intake led to increased levels of dopamine, a hormone respo [...]

07 May 2017

New Study Proves Meditation can Keep Brains Young

Taking a few moments each day to quiet your mind can reduce stress, depression, pain, and fight inflammatory diseases on a genetic level. While the scientific world often remains skeptical about the healing powers of this ancient technique, sometimes we don’t need scientific proof since there is no denying that this non-invasive technique works on so many levels. Although the practice of [...]

04 May 2017

Cell Phones Definitely Cause Brain Tumors, Italian Court Rules

The link between brain tumors and cellphones is now more real than ever. As reported in, an Italian court recently ruled in favor of a telecom company employee after it concluded that his brain tumor was caused by excessive use of the company cellphone. According to the report, Telecom Italia employee Roberto Romeo was obliged to use the company cellphone for three hour [...]

04 May 2017

Spring Cleaning: 5 Easy Ways to Detoxify Your Gut and Give Your Body a Break

Spring is the season when nature bounces back from the chilly winter months and your body is no exception. According to an article on, the body knows that the season for renewal and rejuvenation is nigh — making it ideal for doing a quick and gentle detox. Get your body ready for spring and cleanse it from all the holiday eating by trying out these simple steps, as lis [...]

03 May 2017

CVS Shifting Away from Unhealthy Candy and Soda in Favor of Healthier items

CVS has decided to dramatically slash the amount of space it devotes to junk food and soda just three years after it stopped selling tobacco products. The country’s biggest drugstore chain has been making a series of positive moves that reflect the increasing trend toward health consciousness sweeping the U.S. as increasing numbers of stores and restaurants displace conventional food [...]

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