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Female Medical Students Found to be Worse at Administering CPR … Feminists Nearly Have a Heart Attack Over new Study

While it is absolutely true that in an emergency situation a helpless victim is only too happy to have someone of either gender administer CPR and save their life, a controversial new study by researchers from the University of Basel and University Hospital Basel in Switzerland, claims that in a life-and-death situation, it might be best to have a man take primary lead in administering C ....

Powerful new Film on the HPV Vaccine Being Released by ANH-USA

HPV vaccines like Cervarix and Gardasil have harmed young women and girls across the globe. And yet, many mainstream media sources, like NPR, have continued to perpetuate the myth that these vaccines are totally safe, effective and incapable of causing harm. However, more people and organizations are waking up to the reality that the HPV vaccine is capable of grievous damage. A new docum ....

Female Store Mannequins Blasted for Being “Medically Unhealthy”

“Emaciated” and “unrealistic” are just some of the choice words Dr. Eric Robinson has used to describe female mannequins. Robinson, a behavioral scientist and senior lecturer at the University of Liverpool, has criticized female shop mannequins as representations of what he’s called “the ultra-thin ideal”. His concerns over mannequin size were brought out by a shopping tri ....

Save Your Lungs, Medical Marijuana may be as Simple as a Topical Cream in the Near Future

Medical marijuana is a booming industry, and more people are believing in the famed plant’s medicinal value than ever before. Recent data from Pew Research Center revealed that support for marijuana legalization has increased dramatically over the course of just the last several years. In October 2016, polling data revealed that 57 percent of Americans supported the legalization of mar ....

Toxic Malaria Vaccine to be Tested in Africa, Even after Health Ranger Reports on a Botanical Alternative with an Astounding 100% Cure rate

Though malaria is a virtually unknown disease to many in the U.S., it is a global menace that affects upwards of 212 million people annually, killing close to half a million in any given year. In the past, the medical approach to the treatment of malaria has been to prescribe a type of drug called Artemisinin Combination Therapies (ACTs). However, on the eve of World Malaria Day – whi ....

10 Healthy reasons to add flax seed to your diet

Flaxseed is one of the oldest crops that humans have cultivated. It was initially grown in the U.S. by colonists for use in textile production. Years of research have shown that flaxseed and its byproducts contain high levels of essential vitamins and minerals, making the crop a staple superfood in various diet schemes. An article in AuthorityNutrition.com lists ....

Big Pharma Propaganda: American Medical Association Claims Antidepressant Use by Expectant Mothers Does NOT Raise Autism Risk in Newborns

The use of antidepressants during pregnancy is controversial at best. In the past, studies have indicated that using these kinds of prescription drugs during pregnancy can increase the risk of autism, cognitive deficits and other health issues — but other studies have also concluded that antidepressants pose no additional risk. Overall, the general consensus seems to have remained at a ....

Deep Breathing Leads to Stress Relief, Researchers Find

A recent study has revealed that deep breathing can help manage stress. Researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine and their colleagues have identified the exact neurons that link breathing and states of mind. These states of mind include attention, relaxation, anxiety, and excitement. According to the findings of the paper, first published in Science on March ....

BIG PHARMA FAIL: Researchers are Scouring Medieval Books in Search for Cures Against antibiotic-resistant Superbugs

Instead of moving forward, researchers are looking to the past for solutions to the antibiotic crisis. The “Ancientbiotics” team is a group of scientists from different universities and countries unified by the belief that medieval medical history holds the key to beating drug-resistant superbugs. “To that end, we are compiling a database of medieval medical recipes. By revealin ....

Six Cases of a brain-invading Parasite hit Hawaii

While it is normal for the state of Hawaii to experience about 10 cases of rat lungworm disease each year, a recent spike in diagnoses has caused widespread alarm. Six patients have been infected with this brain-invading parasite in just the past three months. The rat lungworm is a parasitic worm that is carried by rats and can be transmitted to humans by slugs or snails, particularly on ....

Clinical Tests Reveal that Black Cumin Seed (Nigella Sativa) may Treat Hypothyroidism

Consuming a few grams of powdered Nigella sativa (NS), more commonly known as black cumin seeds, may improve the autoimmune thyroid condition known as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, according to a study published in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is the most common form of thyroid gland inflammation. It is also the most ....

Bowel Cancer Risk Skyrockets after Taking Antibiotics for Just two Weeks

Taking antibiotics may increase your risk of developing bowel cancer by up to 73 percent, according to a recent study. Bowel cancer, more commonly known as colorectal cancer, is a type of cancer that starts in the colon or rectum. It was recognized as the third most common cancer in the U.S. Data from a new study revealed that there will be an estimated 95,520 new cases of colon ca ....

Hip Surgery on a Sunday? Think Again… it Could be Your Last

Bristol University researchers have concluded that elderly patients are more likely to die if they undergo a fractured hip surgery on a Sunday. Termed “the weekend effect“, the study looked at more than 250,000 cases of hip fracture surgery and saw that 12.5 percent of these were performed on a Sunday. It was found that those who were discharged from the hospital on a Sunday had a ....

Lack of Sleep Said to be Health Time Bomb, the “Next Sugar”

If worry, anxiety, excessive social activity, family responsibilities and/or a demanding work schedule, or any other variable consistently keeps you from sleeping, the price you pay may be steep, according to a report in The Telegraph. “Long-term acting against the clock,” says Professor Russell Foster of Oxford University, “can lead to serious he ....

Antidepressant drugs Made Woman Believe She had Killed her Own Children … Hallucinations, Crushed libido, Side Effects Galore

When you read the side effects on a package of antidepressants – or any medication, for that matter – it’s easy to brush them off out of a desire to start feeling better quickly. Problems like fatigue, nausea and decreased libido are just words on a page and easy to dismiss … until they happen to you. If you or a loved one is thinking of taking these medications, you might want ....

Pandemic? Bird flu Found at Multiple Poultry Farms in Alabama

Reuters reports that in the first week of March 2017, a southern Tennessee farm growing chickens for Tyson Foods, Inc. had to euthanize 73,500 broilers because those birds had the unfortunate distinction of being the “first confirmed case of highly pathogenic H7 avian influenza (HPAI)” in U.S. commercial poultry farming. As a precaution, ....

Oral Contraceptive Kills Woman Months Before Dream Wedding

Oral contraceptives are taken for many reasons that have nothing to do with pregnancy prevention, including regulating menstrual cycles, clearing up acne, helping relieve menstrual cramps and premenstrual syndrome. What most people don’t know or aren’t familiar with are the risks associated with long term birth control use. One British couple found out in the most difficult way the ....

Indoctrination: Canadian Schools are Teaching Children that GMOs are Safe

Four of the world’s largest pesticide corporations – Syngenta, Bayer, Dow, and Dupont – would like to educate your kids about the benefits of all the chemical and genetic experiments that are being engineered on natural foods. That’s why they collectively sponsor the “Agriculture in the Classroom” program, which is nothing more than an advertising outlet to promote their pest ....