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The Government-Driven Opioid Epidemic

America has been trapped in a losing drug war for decades, despite having spent over $1 trillion combatting it. Experts say the availability, addictive nature, and potency of opioid drugs has led to the worst narcotic crisis in American history—one that has killed hundreds of thousands of people and destroyed lives, businesses, and families. Its victims range from the […]


Is the Reason for your Low Energy Thyroid or Adrenal Related?

Under active thyroid symptoms and under active adrenal symptoms are similar. Some doctors are chasing the wrong culprit when it comes to your low energy. Let’s review a symptom survey for of both adrenal and thyroid symptoms. Hypo Adrenal Symptoms: -Weakness and fatigue -Chronic fatigue -Low blood pressure -Ridged or weak nails -Tendency for hives […]

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Why Flu Vaccines don’t Work

Researchers have identified one more important reason flu shots don’t usually work very well — it’s because they are grown in chicken eggs. Flu viruses mutate every year and it turns out the methods used to make flu vaccines cause them to mutate even more, the researchers found. “How you prepare the vaccine can have […]


Aluminum and Breast Cancer

There are a number of studies that show an increased incidence of cancer in people who work in aluminum foundries (American Journal of Industrial Medicine [2000Feb;37()2:175 8], Lancet [1984 Apr 28;1(8383):947-50], American Journal of Industrial Medicine [32:467–477, 1997] and others). For the most part, these studies focused on exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in these […]

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A Common Health Problem around the Holidays

22 Symptoms of Gallbladder Disease:   These symptoms indicate that your gall bladder may not be functioning well.  You may have several of these, rarely will you have all of them. 1. Nausea and Vomiting:Any disruption in the digestive tract can result in a feeling of nausea and vomiting at times.  This is a common issue with […]

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Suppressing Stomach HCL Creates New Problems

A study performed on mice by researchers from the University of Michigan Medical School at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute shows that acid suppressing medications (proton pump inhibitors, like Prilosec and Prevacid) may actually aggravate the conditions that they are designed to treat. The stomachs of mice treated with these drugs developed more inflammatory changes […]

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Can you Spare just One Hour a Week for Depression?

Regular exercise may prevent many cases of future depression, according to a new Australian study, and researchers say that as little as one hour a week can make a real difference. The paper, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, followed more than 22,000 healthy Norwegian adults without symptoms of anxiety or depression for an average of 11 years, asking them […]

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