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Cysts – What Might Be Missing

Cysts – What Might Be Missing

Finding a cyst is a fairly common occurrence these days, especially among women.  What is not common is the awareness that the word “cyst” simply means “sack” or “bladder” and refers to a grouping of tissues filled with liquid or semi-solid material.  When finding a cyst on the body or inside an organ there can […]

Deception, Called Ebola: The Virus Does Not Exist and Is Not Spreading?

Deception, Called Ebola: The Virus Does Not Exist and Is Not Spreading?

People have already heard and seen everything about Ebola, since they are daily bombarded with various frightening information about a possible pandemic and the necessity of an adequate protection. Did people already hear something similar? Of course they did, only that the content was equipped with a different label – bird flu, swine flu, various strains […]

New York City Doctor Tested Positive for Ebola

New York City Doctor Tested Positive for Ebola

New York City (NYC) physician, Craig Spencer, who recently returned to the U.S. from treating patients in the most affected Ebola ravaged areas tested positive for the lethal virus late Thursday. He has now officially become NYC’s first diagnosed case. The physician was exposed to the virus while working with Doctors Without Borders in the most […]

Ebola Potential Vaccine Shelved for Almost a Decade

Ebola Potential Vaccine Shelved for Almost a Decade

A potential Ebola vaccine was reportedly put on the shelf for nearly a decade. Scientists in the United States and Canada stated they had developed a vaccine that was allegedly 100 percent effective in defending monkeys from the Ebola disease. Such results were said to have been published in an unnamed science journal, and health […]

Research Bias: What to Look for When Reading Health Articles

Research Bias: What to Look for When Reading Health Articles

Most health research publications may seem like legitimate science; filled with experiment design descriptions, esoteric terms and a statistic here and there. However, with the recent retraction of the paper on weight loss and green coffee bean – a product that Dr. Oz touted on his show – there is a haze of skepticism and […]

Autism Linked to Man-Made Climate Change

Autism Linked to Man-Made Climate Change

Autism has been linked to man-made toxic pollutants in the air, a symptom of global warming and climate change. Researchers at University of Pittsburgh have published a new study on autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in the journal of The American Association of Aerosol Research. It was also published in a press release by Heinz Endowments. […]

Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Linked to Risk of Blood Clots

Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Linked to Risk of Blood Clots

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) have been linked to increased risk of blood clots, a recent medical study suggests. The study, published in the Oxford Journals, was a review of six previously published studies on the effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug use with respect to the onset of venous thromboembolism (VTE). This new study presented a […]

Diabetes Mellitus Glucose Levels Can Be Controlled With LCHF Diet [Video]

Diabetes Mellitus Glucose Levels Can Be Controlled With LCHF Diet [Video]

  Diabetes Mellitus blood glucose (BG) levels are a problem for most type 2 diabetics, but studies suggest that they can be controlled by following a LCHF diet plan. LCHF is an acronym for the Low Carb High Fat way of eating. This dieting plan has under gone a lot of scrutiny in recent memory […]

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Cases Skyrocket Says WHO

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Cases Skyrocket Says WHO

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, or MDR TB,  is epidemic worldwide, and the World Health Organization (WHO) is reporting that improved data collection techniques now indicate that the number of reported cases of MDR-TB has skyrocketed. More than 500,000 cases of the disease have gone uncounted because of an error in the reporting and collecting of pertinent data. This […]

Spinal Cord Injury Treatment With Nasal Cells

Spinal Cord Injury Treatment With Nasal Cells

Nasal cells known as olfactory ensheathing cells, or OECs, may be the next big breakthrough in the treatment of spinal cord injury. Global news broke yesterday in the case of Darek Fidyka, a 38-year-old Bulgarian man who was paralyzed from the chest down following a knife attack that severed his spinal cord. Fidyka is now walking with the […]

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