by World Mercury Project, Collective Evolution:
“Collusion” is the word du jour, and the practice’s very characteristics—deception, fraud, misrepresentation and secrecy—often prevent collusive acts from coming to light. In the scientific research community, would-be deceivers draw on a variety of tricks to slant their message, including manipulating data, employing other questionable research practices, not disclosing conflicts of interest, harassing whistleblowers and engaging in outright censorship.
by Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News:
Obviously, a false diagnosis of cancer would be a disaster.
I’m not talking about all tests for cancer. I’ve only looked into two. This is what I’ve discovered.
There is a blood test, which looks for a bio-marker labeled CA125. There are doctors who will tell you that a highly positive result indicates a high probability of cancer.
Imagine being a patient on the receiving end of that news.
But wait. If you go to other sources—and no, I’m not talking about alternative practitioners, I’m talking about the mainstream—you’ll get a distinctly different view.
by AFP, Breitbart:
Kinshasa (AFP) – Seventeen people in northwest Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have died from Ebola, the health ministry said on Tuesday, describing the fresh outbreak as a “public health emergency with international impact.”
“Twenty-one cases of fever with haemorrhagic indications and 17 deaths” have been recorded in Equateur province, it said, citing a notification to the ministry as of May 3.
It is the DRC’s ninth known outbreak of Ebola since 1976, when the deady viral disease was first identified in then-Zaire by a Belgian-led team.
by Ralph Flores, Natural News:
Cranberries aren’t just used for salads and baked goods. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has indicated that drinking cranberry juice regularly could reduce urinary tract infection (UTI) instances in women that previously had the condition. The study also indicated that this could reduce the need for antibiotics worldwide.
In the study, the researchers said that the daily consumption of at least eight ounces of cranberry juice reduced UTI incidents by as much as 40 percent among women who previously had the condition. Based on the findings, the team suggested that cranberries could be a potential alternative to antibiotic treatment.
from SHTF Plan:
Residents of Maryland and Virginia face double-digit percentage increases in premiums for individual Obamacare plans in 2019, according to rate requests made by insurers.
The largest hikes are being sought by CareFirst, which is seeking a 64% increase in Virginia, and a whopping 91% increase in Maryland for its PPO. Other insurers are following suit in the two states, with Kaiser requesting hikes of 32% and 37% respectively, followed by CareFirst’s HMO offering.
In Maryland, CareFirst wants to raise rates by 91 percent on a plan covering 15,000 people, Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer Jr. said. If approved, premiums for a 40-year-old could reach $1,334 a month. –Bloomberg
That’s over $16,000 per year for an individual plan in a state with an average personal income of $59,524.
by Nancy Elizabeth Shaw, via Collective Evolution:
In the 1930’s, an interesting natural cancer treatment was proposed as a simple, effective answer to cancer – almost any cancer. This treatment approach is not well known because it is considered alternative or experimental – or even dangerous[i] – by the medical and scientific community and hence has been referenced primarily in obscure publications outside the mainstream press.
This treatment approach is called alkaline therapy or pH therapy, and is based in part on observations of cultures without significant incidence of cancer[ii] and in part on scientific observations of and experimentation with cellular metabolism.[iii]
Apple 666, Artemis, iPads (infertility pads), Project Inkwell, Connect ED, E-rate, and Agenda 21-an expose with an all star cast
2015 had lowest U.S. fertility rate ever, down 600,000 births
from The Fullerton Informer:
Artemis is known as the goddess of Fertility when you Google it… This is nothing more than a mass sterilization,depopulation project. Follow this article to the end and you will agree. These things are fanless and have heat sinks that look like they can dissipate heat from a thousand watts of power. The question is what are they going to do with a thousand watts of power. Here is the law where these things are going to go in everywhere and you better wake the hell up- AB 2788 allows for placement of small cells in all public right of ways with no more local control. Here they are folks.
by Ralph Flores, Natural News:
People who have prepared beets know of the horror mess it can cause: It can turn a spotless kitchen into what can only be described as something close to a crime scene. Eating one can be tricky too: Beet juice can also stain your clothes. Still, this shouldn’t dissuade you from consuming this nutritionally diverse root vegetable, as multiple studies have shown that it can be used to help the body fight a variety of diseases.
Beets contain a lot of nutrients, are low in calories, and have no cholesterol or fat. The greens are edible as well, and they contain calcium, vitamin A and carotenoids, vitamin C, and iron. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 100 grams of beets contain half of the recommended daily allowance for vitamin C. Beetroots also provide an excellent source of folic acid, fiber, potassium, and manganese – and are also rich in niacin, vitamin B-6, pantothenic acid, iron, copper, magnesium, and manganese.
New Jersey banker says Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder gave him cancer… jury awards $37 million in compensatory damages
by Jessica Dolores, DC Clothesline:
For many mothers, talc powder is a sign of love. They enjoy its sweet smell on their baby’s soft, sensitive skin, and believe it makes their baby feel fresh and stay free from diaper rash. On the opposite end of the spectrum, adults apply talc on parts of their body that are most likely to sweat — like the underarms — to keep it from itching when they perspire. Little do they know that the talc powder may be doing more harm than good.
A judge in Middlesex County, New Jersey, has just awarded $30 million in damages to a banker who got sick of mesothelioma, an aggressive, deadly cancer that affects the lung’s lining. Lanzo said he used talcum powder for decades. His wife Kendra, for her part, got $7 million in damages, thus bringing the total amount of damages to $37 million.
by Alanna Ketler, Collective Evolution:
Back in 2013, the Center for Environmental Health released test results which uncovered that Pepsi had purposefully covered up high levels of 4-MeI in it’s products. The soft drink giant denied both the presence of this chemical in it’s beverages and the fact that it was dangerous. 4-MeI, short for 4-Methylimidazole is a compound that comes from the “caramel colouring” and is a known carcinogen.
Since this discovery, Pepsi has fought against complying with the California state requirements, a part of the Proposition 65 requirements to label anything containing any carcinogenic compounds. Diet Pepsi, Pepsi One and regular Pepsi all contain this chemical.
by Michelle Simmons, Natural News:
In a review of studies published in the journal Nutrition Reviews, vitamin D was found to reduce inflammation brought by Type 2 diabetes.
Chronic low-grade inflammation is known to precede and to be present in the development of Type 2 diabetes. A team of researchers from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia found that the meta-analysis of 20 randomized controlled trials showed lower levels of three inflammatory markers in patients with type 2 diabetes who were given vitamin D supplements.
by Catherine Frompovich, Activist Post:
It seems there are more “correlation and causation” effects from vaccines, especially with the much-touted ‘cervical cancer prevention’ vaccines known as Gardasil®, Gardasil 9® and Cervarix® – the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines manufactured by Merck & Company and GlaxoSmithKline, respectively!
These vaccines are loaded with aluminum adjuvants.