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Dr. Peter McCullough – URGENT WARNING About Poisonous Jabs – “An Agonizing Situation”

Stew Peters Show | rumble.com Dr. McCullough is an internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist, and Professor of Medicine at Texas A & M College of Medicine, Dallas, TX USA. He maintains ABIM certification in internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases. He practices both … Continue reading

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The Righteous Road to Ruin

Chris Hedges truthdig.com “The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion” A book by Jonathan Haidt. Jonathan Haidt’s book “The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion” trumpets yet another grand theory … Continue reading

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Evaluation of the anticancer potential of six herbs against a hepatoma cell line

Weerapreeyakul et al. Chinese Medicine Journal Abstract (provisional) Background Six herbs in the Plant Genetics Conservation Project that have been used as complementary medicines were chosen on the basis of their medicinal value, namely Terminalia mucronata, Diospyros winitii, Bridelia insulana, … Continue reading

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Eight glasses of water a myth – academic

Sydney Morning Herald AAP DRINKING eight glasses of water a day to lose weight and stay healthy is a myth, a Melbourne academic says. Australian recommendations suggest an adequate daily fluid intake is about 2.8 litres for women and 3.4 … Continue reading

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The Ultimatum Game

PsyBlog spring.org.uk Sometimes games have a lot to teach us about human nature, other times they’re just games. One game that some economists and psychologists claim has much to teach us is called The Ultimatum Game. The game is very … Continue reading

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The Biology, Morality and Politics of Addiction – Dr Gabor Maté

The Freedomain Radio Dr Gabor Maté reveals the biological basis of addiction, and the insanity of the statist war on drugs. http://www.drgabormate.com

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Gang Stigmata – Honduras

Journeyman Pictures May 2012 In the Honduran barrios crime carries a permanent stigma – gang members are indelibly tattooed with their histories of violence. Desperate to escape their past, some have begun a painful path to rehabilitation. Gang activity has … Continue reading

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Being Healthy | Starting with Nutrition Basics

Brad Taylor National Society Implementing a strong nutritional basis for your goals is key, allowing your body to perform to it’s optimum potential. The problem? Many people do not have the knowledge to build an effective yet healthful diet, ensuring … Continue reading

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Dopamine Agonists and Pathologic Behaviors

Kelley et al. PubMed Central The dopamine agonists ropinirole and pramipexole exhibit highly specific affinity for the cerebral dopamine D3 receptor. Use of these medications in Parkinson’s disease has been complicated by the emergence of pathologic behavioral patterns such as … Continue reading

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The Latest “Breakthrough”: Gas-releasing Aspirin?

ANH-USA Can’t we give something natural a try first? In March, two studies were published which suggested that aspirin may be an inexpensive and powerful weapon to fight cancer. This isn’t surprising. Aspirin is an anti-inflammatory and most anti-inflammatories seem … Continue reading

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