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4 enzyme rich foods that can dramatically improve digestionBy Derek Henry, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Enzymes are very delicate nutrients that are responsible for carrying out virtually every metabolic function. We have around 3000 unique enzymes in our bodies that are involved in over 7000 enzymatic reactions. Simply put, without enzymes we would cease to function.
Unfortunately, the average diet is almost completely void of enzymes. Processed and cooked foods often completely destroy the enzyme content, leaving your body starving for this nutrient that is a key component in your...
After 2004 tsunami, newly planted mangroves protect from future disasters and increase fish populationBy C.L. Doherty, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Ten years ago this month, one of the worst natural disasters to ever affect humanity occurred in the Indian Ocean and involved a dozen nations. On December 26, 2004, the Indian Ocean Tsunami, also called the Boxing Day Tsunami, killed over 230,000 people and left millions of others homeless in 12 countries.
The coastline of Aceh, on the northernmost province of Sumatra, Indonesia, was the hardest-hit area. Over 165,000 people died in Indonesia that day, and the vast majority of them...
California mega-drought worst in 1,200 years say scientists (and it's still getting worse)By J. D. Heyes, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Despite a recent downpour of rain in parts of Southern California, the state continues to suffer through its worst drought in centuries, according to the most recent research data.
Scientists who are currently examining the collective effects of temperature, low amounts of precipitation and other factors have discovered that the drought conditions in the state (and surrounding areas) are the worst in 1,200 years. In addition, scientists and climatologists say that the worst is yet...
Man who treated stage III COPD with cannabis off all meds and back to work full timeBy Paul Fassa, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Back in April of 2014, this author presented an article about how cannabis is very helpful for COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). The story of Jeff Waters, diagnosed with stage III COPD at the age of 36, was featured in that article. Some may wonder how he's doing now.
First a quick review of what COPD is. It's a strange name that describes different lung problems that aren't cancerous but very debilitating. Those you see carting around oxygen tanks that feed into their...
Obamacare architect Gruber a promoter of abortion-facilitated eugenics that targets poor black familiesBy J. D. Heyes, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Liberals love to pretend that they have so much more "compassion" than conservatives, especially for minorities, but in reality there isn't much compassion in policies that hurt minority communities by keeping them mired in failure and poverty.
A perfect example of this non-compassion was on exhibit recently by everybody's most loathed liberal, Obamacare architect and MIT professor Jonathan Gruber. Not only has he recently gotten into hot water after a citizen journalist uncovered...
Want to learn real preparedness skills now? Follow The Prepared Mind channel on YouTubeBy J. D. Heyes, December 16 2014
(NaturalNews) One of YouTube's rising stars, at least in the arena of preparedness and survival, is Chris Tanner, developer of "The Prepared Mind" channel, where he discusses a range of survival topics and reviews tons of gear -- so you don't have to.
Episodes on hunting and bushcraft, firearms and, yes, gear -- everything from knives to axes and machetes -- are discussed in detail. And discussions are always accompanied by functions checks and demonstrations.
In today's busy world, it is virtually...
Five reasons why you're totally crazy if you aren't growing your own foodBy Mike Adams, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) As things get ever crazier in the world, there are more reasons than ever to grow at least some of your own food. In fact, I say you're crazy if you don't grow some food!
Here are five huge reasons why...
#1) With food prices skyrocketing, you'll save money by growing your own
Have you priced organic romaine lettuce recently? Or beautiful red peppers? With food prices continuing to skyrocket, the economics of growing your own food make more sense than ever before.
IV ozone Ebola cure documented by Dr. Rowen, then systematically suppressed by governmentBy C.L. Doherty, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Mainstream media's attention in America to the Ebola crisis in West Africa has long since wandered off, but that doesn't make the crisis any less real for the people living there. As of December 7, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is tracking a total of 17,908 cases of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. 6,373 people have died from contracting the virus, according to the report. Other countries affected by the spread of Ebola include Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Spain and...
Deadly Fukushima radiation up 50,000% as elevated radiation levels seen across North AmericaBy Ethan A. Huff, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Beta radiation levels are off the charts at monitoring sites all across North America, according to new reports. But experts are blaming these radiation spikes on practically everything except for Fukushima.
Data gathered from tracking units in California, Arizona, Illinois and elsewhere reveal radiation levels up to 50,000 percent higher than what was observed at the same time last year, and in some cases compared to levels seen this past summer.
EnviroReporter.com says the impacted...
Orange juice has 10 times more antioxidant power than previously thoughtBy David Gutierrez, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) The antioxidant activity of citrus juices is 10 times higher than previously thought, according to a new analysis conducted by researchers from the University of Granada and published in the journal Food Chemistry.
Many of the chemicals that naturally occur in plant foods function as antioxidants, removing the free radical chemicals that cause cellular and DNA damage in the body and have been linked to various chronic diseases and many of the symptoms of aging. Citrus fruits are...
Ginger can treat stomach issues, boost immunity and moreBy Michael Ravensthorpe, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Few herbs have received as much praise throughout history as ginger, the rhizome of the Zingiber officinale plant. Testimonials of ginger's significant medicinal properties have been recorded as far back as ancient Greece, though it was also mentioned in the ancient literature of Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The ancient healing systems of China and India particularly venerated ginger, and often prescribed it to treat fatigue, poor blood circulation and nausea.(1)
Hepatitis B vaccine linked to causing multiple sclerosisBy Ethan A. Huff, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) A sudden and sharp increase in the number of multiple sclerosis (MS) cases diagnosed in France back in the mid-1990s appears to have its roots in a mass vaccination campaign for hepatitis B that was launched by the World Health Organization (WHO), according to new epidemiological data published in the journal Immunologic Research.
In accordance with WHO recommendations, France implemented a campaign in 1992 promoting hepatitis B vaccines, for which 20 million French adults -- or...
Mediterranean diet slows cellular aging, study showsBy Jennifer Lilley, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) It's no secret that the quest for maintaining longevity is a long sought-after goal for many people. A bevy of options exist, from certain exercise regimens and essential oils to fad diets and creams, many of which promise to keep aging and overall health decline at bay. However, according to a recent study published in the British Medical Journal, people need look not further than the Mediterranean diet if they want to try to live longer, healthier lives.
United States researchers...
3 indispensable digestive aids for the holiday seasonBy Derek Henry, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) As a society we tend to overeat and drink too much, often in the form of grains, sugar, dairy, and alcohol. This practice seems to be magnified during the holiday season, with family and work gatherings picking up and the pressure to create a buffet that impresses the guests in sight, smell, and taste.
Unfortunately this mindless gorging often brings consequences that we regret later, with indigestion and lethargy kicking in from the sheer amount of food and improper combinations...
LXR Organics: A revolution in natural skin careBy Ethan A. Huff, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) The conventional approach to acne treatment that says to dry out the skin with chemicals and eliminate all exposure to oils is flawed, and it causes many acne sufferers to experience even worse outbreaks. But a revolutionary new approach to acne treatment developed by a young man who suffered from severe acne for years captures the power of essential oils, amino acids, antioxidants and salicylic acid to eliminate acne for good, naturally.
The son of Living Fuel founder KC Craichy...
The clock is ticking: quit smoking, quit diet soda, and start exercising for 2015!By S. D. Wells, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Are you sick of "trying" to quit cigarettes? You've tried to lose weight before, right? You don't have time to exercise or you just don't feel like it. Has this line of questioning hit a nerve? That's not the intention. The two BIGGEST hooks in the bad health "arena" are cigarettes and diet soda, and every "player" loses, unless they get off both hooks and stay clear of them, forever. The secret is in the escape, and it's like a complicated maze, but you have the map. Just put one hand...
Increasing breastfeeding can save millions in health costs, research showsBy David Gutierrez, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Providing resources to allow breastfeeding mothers to keep breastfeeding longer could save millions a year in healthcare costs, according to a study recently published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood.
The researchers found that, in the United Kingdom alone, doubling the numbers of women who continue breastfeeding for between 7 and 18 months and increasing the number that continue for at least 4 months would reduce the incidence of disease in infants and their mothers enough...
Correct poor eyesight naturally with these tipsBy Carolanne Wright, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) More often than not in our daily lives, we find ourselves staring at tiny type on computer screens and cell phones for long periods of time, leading to increased incidence of eye strain and fatigue. Add to this the natural deterioration of vision as we age -- along with the more serious problems of glaucoma and cataracts -- and sharp eyesight can seem like a distant dream. Despite these seemingly inevitable obstacles, we can, in fact, enjoy healthy vision to a ripe old age. Using contemporary...
Cher blasts animal-abuse-enabling politicians after veto of bill banning pig gestation cratesBy Julie Wilson staff writer, December 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Known for its agriculture, Iowa slaughters more pigs than any other state, making the pork industry an extremely valuable commodity. Treating animals humanely is absent from the list of concerns for most Iowa politicians; while cruel, overcrowding and confinement equals more money for the pork industry.
The use of "gestations crates," or pre-birthing crates, where mother pigs are confined for the entire length of their pregnancies in a two-foot-wide metal cage, is one of the pork...
Beware: Many popular consumer products and foods are loaded with brain-destroying aluminumBy Jonathan Benson, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Aluminum. It is the most abundant metal found naturally in the earth's crust. But new research published in the journal Frontiers in Neurology warns that constant exposure to it can lead to Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, which typically lead to early death.
Pharmaceutical drugs, processed foods, tap water, antiperspirant deodorants and even infant formulas all contain aluminum, say researchers. And the extreme levels to which many people are being exposed in the...
12-week course of new Hepatisis C drug costs $94,500By Daniel Barker, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) There is new hope for those infected with the potentially deadly hepatitis C virus -- but only for those who can afford it.
The FDA recently approved a combination pill -- the first of its kind -- to treat hepatitis C. The new drug appears to be very effective, with a cure rate of 94 percent in those who took it for a three-month period. For people with hard-to-treat hep C (such as those with cirrhosis), a six-month treatment was administered with a resultant cure rate of nearly...
Selenium in broccoli and garlic boosts immune system, could help fight cancerBy PF Louis, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Most Natural News readers know that broccoli is a good cancer preventative. Not everyone knows that garlic is another good food to help stave off cancer cell reproduction. The compound or trace mineral selenium was isolated as the main cancer fighter, according to the latest research from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
But how selenium fights cancer is rather unusual, and how the researchers discovered this is unique. The immune system is dedicated to removing wastes, damaged...
4 factors you can't ignore when balancing your hormonesBy Derek Henry, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Healthy hormones are as sweet as a well-orchestrated symphony. When working well they provide abundant energy, generous sleep, smooth skin, and emotional well-being. However, when they become imbalanced, the sky seems like it's falling and it can be a struggle to even get through a day without an emotional breakdown.
This is why you need to know the major factors that affect hormones, so you can take a more comprehensive approach to rebalancing them.
Get enough vitamin DEven though...
Nestle attempting to develop 'exercise in a bottle'By Jennifer Lilley, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Could a few swigs of an enzyme-packed drink eventually replace exercise? If the folks at Nestle have it their way, it will be.
Their exercise-in-a-bottle plan is currently underway, as the company has put a handful of experts in charge of its development. Already, researchers say that they have identified the key to what may make the product a superstar: a metabolism-regulating enzyme called AMPK and, more specifically, its right-hand component, a compound called C13. The next step...
Google chairman Eric Schmidt pretends to drink Diet Coke in bizarre marketing stuntBy Ethan A. Huff, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Students attending a panel discussion with Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, that took place at Yale University's School of Management last year, thought they were there to learn more about the globalization of technology. But a video montage of what actually took place at the creepy event reveals that it was actually more of a product placement marketing ploy to promote aspartame-laden Diet Coke.
The roughly hour-long panel discussion, which was captured on video, features Schmidt repeatedly...
Had eczema for first 7 years of her life, now healed by raw food dietBy Antonia, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) When she was just a baby, Ulla Kaczmarek's daughter Maya had eczema flare-ups that covered her body from head to toe.(1) The patchy spots were undone by pediatrician-recommended steroids and the advice to replace cow's milk with goat's milk. Everyone was elated when her scaly skin started to disappear... until she began catching colds frequently and the eczema returned.
Through the years, it was apparent that steroids were harming rather then healing Maya. A slew of other...
Being obese can cause you to die 8 years earlier, with the last 20 years in miserable healthBy Ethan A. Huff, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Everybody knows that being obese greatly reduces one's quality of life and makes it much more difficult to maintain a normal, healthy existence. But a new study out of Canada has scientifically quantified the obesity health toll as shaving up to eight years off of a person's life, with several decades of relative misery leading up to this early death.
Researchers from McGill University in Montreal noted that the major risk factors associated with obesity are common illnesses like...
Secret emails show Obama Administration targeted legal businesses with punitive financial tactics to drive them out of businessBy J. D. Heyes, December 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Top officials with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, or FDIC, were looking to crack down on legal businesses that the Obama White House, or the officials themselves, believed to be morally objectionable, according to a new congressional report.
The 20-page report by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee contained details about how the FDIC worked closely with the U.S. Department of Justice to implement "Operation Choke Point," which was a largely secretive...
Don't get the shot! US now protects Big Pharma from liability in Ebola vaccine deathsBy Jonathan Benson, December 13 2014
(NaturalNews) The drug companies rushing to develop Ebola vaccines in the wake of this latest manufactured epidemic won't have to worry about getting sued when their jabs kill people. A study recently published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) explains that vaccine manufacturers will have full immunity in the event of injury or death from Ebola vaccines, which is reason enough for the public to avoid them at all costs.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia M....
The dollar is headed for collapse - 599 failed paper currencies in world history prove itBy J. D. Heyes, December 9 2014
(NaturalNews) For centuries, the British Pound was the world's reserve currency, because it was consider to be the strongest of all currencies.
That is no longer the case; shortly after World War II economically devastated the British Empire, the pound retreated as the world's reserve currency and the U.S. dollar took its place.
At the time, the American dollar -- paper, to be sure -- was at least partially backed by a physical, valuable commodity, gold. A decade earlier, one of President Franklin...
Bee-killing neonicotinoids also lower crop yields by poisoning slugs predatorsBy David Gutierrez, December 13 2014
(NaturalNews) The world's most widely used pesticides - already implicated in worldwide declines in pollinator populations - may actually reduce crop yields by wiping out native predators of agricultural pests, suggests a study conducted by researchers from Penn State and the University of South Florida and published in the Journal of Applied Ecology.
The research focused on slugs, which are not insects and are not killed by the pesticides.
"Slugs are among the most challenging pests faced...
Supplementing with vitamin B3 precursor helps prevent hearing lossBy David Gutierrez, December 13 2014
(NaturalNews) A chemical precursor to vitamin B3 may help prevent the hearing loss caused by exposure to loud noises, according to a study conducted by researchers from Weill Cornell Medical College and the Gladstone Institutes and published in the journal Cell Metabolism.
"One of the major limitations in managing disorders of the inner ear, including hearing loss, is there are a very limited number of treatments options," said first author Kevin Brown, MD, PhD, who is now at the University of...
Cleanse and protect the liver with these nutritious whole foodsBy Michael Ravensthorpe, December 13 2014
(NaturalNews) According to the Canadian Liver Foundation, the liver performs more than 500 different functions in the body on a day-to-day basis. It helps filter chemicals such as drugs and alcohol from our blood, regulate our hormones and blood sugar levels, manufacture blood proteins, bile and enzymes, and much more.(1) In fact, there are few biological operations that the liver doesn't aid to some extent.
Unfortunately, toxic livers are on the rise in the West due to our love of...
5 quick and simple steps to avoid overeating during the holidaysBy Mike Bundrant, December 13 2014
(NaturalNews) When you tip the scale on January 2, 2015, what number do you want to see? Your current weight plus 10-15 pounds?
I didn't think so.
The problem is that so many of us succumb to the desire for immediate, temporary taste bud gratification (even though most holiday treats don't really taste that great if you really think about it).
How do you get past the sudden desire to indulge in junk?
This little strategy, modeled by NLP practitioners over many decades, will give you an...
Count chemicals, not caloriesBy S. D. Wells, December 13 2014
(NaturalNews) If you just can't seem to lose weight, maybe even just those last 10 to 15 pounds you want to "shed," perhaps it's because your body is being "informed" with incorrect information about whether it's hungry and whether it's getting the proper nutrition. Maybe mixed signals are being sent in, over and over, so that your system doesn't even know HOW to fix itself. Have you hit a "brick wall" with weight loss programs and systems? Start over right here.
It's easy to start counting chemicals...
Bureaucratic Ebola czar steps down from position, returns to private sectorBy J. D. Heyes, December 13 2014
(NaturalNews) President Obama's "Ebola czar" is stepping down from his position after a few short months on the job, a financial magazine reported recently.
Fortune magazine said the 53-year-old Ron Klain, former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Biden, will return to the private sector by March 1, following a short tenure that was nonetheless widely panned.
Klain, the magazine, said, will return to his former job as president of Case Holdings and general counsel for former AOL CEO Steve...
LIKE CLOCKWORK: Pension plans to be looted nationwide as Congress okays institutional theft of fundsBy Mike Adams, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) On April 2, 2013, in an article entitled Economics 101: Production, coercion and theft, I wrote about the coming looting of pension plans, stating:
When societies approach collapse, coercion shifts to outright theft: Stealing money right out of your bank account, for example, like we recently witnessed in Cyprus. Government also routinely target pension funds and even private retirement accounts, attempting to keep itself afloat by any means necessary.
Just like clockwork, that...
10 horrifying technologies that threaten humanity's existenceBy Jonathan Benson, December 8 2014
(NaturalNews) Technology is the archetypal golden calf of the modern age. Everything that naturally exists in a purely analog and resonant state is being artificially mechanized, computerized, digitized and hybridized (think half-human, half-robot on this one). And with this gradual suffocation of the living, breathing fabric of our world comes the ominous threat of eventual human extinction, as the very essence of humanity is systematically uprooted in favor of a wholly synthetic and programmed...
Orwellian vending machines will track your identity to monitor your spending habitsBy C.L. Doherty, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) Facial recognition technology has been in development for some time. The producers of the 2002 science fiction thriller movie Minority Report used advanced real-world technology ideas being developed at the time that they shot the movie, which takes place in 2054, to illustrate what the world could look and feel like in the not-so-distant future. Now, coming off the silver-screen and into our lives is the first facial recognition vending machine.
The Luce x2 Touch TV Hot Drinks vending...
Minnesota schools take steps to reduce GMO foods served to studentsBy Ethan A. Huff, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) Public school educators in the Land of 10,000 Lakes have taken a bold first step towards improving the quality of cafeteria food served to children in five Minnesota school districts. Schools in Hopkins, Orono, Shakopee, Westonka, and Minneapolis have announced that they will gradually phase out GMOs (genetically-modified organisms) from their meal offerings as part of a long-term effort to teach students about proper nutrition and the dangers of biotechnology.
On November 5, schools...
The best dietary sources of vitamin DBy Michael Ravensthorpe, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) Vitamin D is one of the most important vitamins needed by our bodies to maintain optimum health. It facilitates calcium absorption in our stomachs, modulates cell growth, regulates our mood and much more. When we are deficient in vitamin D, we often begin to suffer from bone pain, muscle weakness, cardiovascular conditions, low moods and countless other health conditions.
Since human skin cells are able to manufacture vitamin D using certain wavelengths of ultraviolet B light, sunlight...
GM soy farming displaces indigenous people, raising rates of disease and poverty as corporations profitBy Daniel Barker, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) Although the greatest concerns regarding GMO-based agriculture are the long-term implications for human health and the environment in general -- which are not yet fully known or understood -- there are also serious consequences for small farmers and others who are already being negatively impacted by the implementation of large-scale GMO agricultural operations.
One sad example is the plight of indigenous people living in Paraguay, who are being displaced and sickened by GM soy farming...
Are you sensitive to gluten, or just Roundup? American wheat often doused with toxic herbicide before harvestBy Ethan A. Huff, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) The mystery behind skyrocketing rates of Celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and other wheat-related illnesses may not have anything to do with wheat or even gluten, but rather the process by which conventional American wheat is grown and harvested.
Unbeknownst to most consumers is the fact that just before harvest, a vast majority of conventional wheat grown in the U.S. is doused in Roundup herbicide, which ends up poisoning your favorite breads, cereals, cakes, and pastries.
4 easy steps to true healthBy Michael Edwards, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) So you've decided it's time to get healthy, but you're not sure where to start. You know you need to lose weight. And maybe, just maybe, you should stop being a couch potato.
So what now? Prepackaged meals? A gym membership? Less caffeine, chocolate, and alcohol?
There are a hundred things you can do to be a little bit healthier. There are 4 things you can do if you want to become truly healthy.
Eat a truly healthy diet Detox Exercise Get good sleepThe healthiest dietA truly...
New report: Wireless technology causes brain damageBy Jonathan Landsman, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) In April 2014, the BioInitiative Working Group -- consisting of 29 experts from 10 countries, 10 holding medical degrees, 21 PhDs, and three MsCs, MAs or MPHs -- said there is growing evidence that wireless technology causes brain damage, tumors and a host of chronic health conditions.
Based on a review of the science released in 2012 and 2013, Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD, at Orebro University, Sweden, said, "There is a consistent pattern of increased risk for glioma (a malignant brain...
Global nuclear war is increasingly probable, experts warnBy J. D. Heyes, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) With the end of the Cold War, you would think that the risk of global nuclear conflagration would have been dramatically reduced -- and, for a time, it was. With the U.S. as the only remaining superpower and a collapsing Soviet Union, most experts saw the risk of atomic war as minimal.
But times change, and so do geopolitical scenarios. Today, in fact, more and more experts see greater risk of nuclear war, not less, due to a proliferation of the technology and because existing nuclear...
Food of the ancient kingsBy S. D. Wells, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) The following compilation describes a long list of the most valuable foods on the planet, which were sought by kings of ancient civilizations. Olive oil was used to anoint kings; chia seeds were used as an energy source by Aztec warriors, and only the emperors of ancient China's Ming Dynasty were allowed to eat of the "forbidden rice" (black rice). The Romans fed their gladiators barley. And the "New World" discovery of America by Europeans was nothing more than an attempt to find a...
Are U.S. Marines running martial law training drills in Los Angeles?By J. D. Heyes, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) U.S. Marines are conducting training in and around the Greater Los Angeles area, giving some residents a bit of unease while others have opined that the exercises are really just preparation for mass civil unrest.
According to various local reporting, some residents were stunned to see Marine transport aircraft -- V-22 Ospreys, in particular -- flying over freeways and the city center. The V-22 is a relatively new aircraft that features a pair of massive propellers that allow the...
Study finds meditation effective in providing migraine reliefBy Raw Michelle, December 12 2014
(NaturalNews) According to researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina, meditation has been found to be beneficial for those dealing with the bothersome effects of migraines. Nineteen adults were divided into two groups where 10 of them received mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), which combines yoga and standardized meditation, and nine received common medical care.(1,2)
Those receiving MBSR participated in eight weekly classes in order to learn meditation...
Yes, it's true: CDC admits this year's flu shot doesn't workBy David Gutierrez, December 11 2014
(NaturalNews) The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has admitted that this year's flu vaccine currently provides less than 50 percent protection against the most dangerous and common circulating strain of the influenza virus.
Yet the agency not only encourages people to get vaccinated anyway but is also urging doctors to step up the use of antiviral drugs that provide barely any health benefit.
Each flu vaccine contains a weakened or killed form of three or four strains...
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