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Was Daniel Best About To Reveal Where The Bodies Are Buried? (Suicide - Multiple blunt force)
Post Date: 2018-11-19 01:52:52 by hondo68
Published on Nov 17, 2018 The Daniel Best suicide is very suspicious indeed. Was he about to shed some light on the secret goings on in the Pharmaceutical community that they simply did not want out to the public.? But one thing remains a mystery: whether hell advocate for his former colleagues in the PBM world, or if, in the words of a lobbyist, hell show the public where the bodies are buried. My Daniel Best report from yesterday - https://youtu.be/V1hNiNnygZQ
Poster Comment:Whacked by Big Pharma for trying to lower prescription prices? Hes a former PBM insider now shaping Trumps drug policy. Will he reveal industry secrets? May 10, 2018
Medical Cannabis Superior to Opioids for Chronic Pain, Study Finds
Post Date: 2018-11-16 21:19:31 by Deckard
Sufferers of chronic pain have been faced with a perilous decisionrisk a crippling addiction to opioids or find a way to live with the pain. A new clinical study has focused on medical cannabis as an alternative to opioids, and the results may be a turning point towards a safe, plant-based option for easing pain A new study published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine represents hope for millions of sufferers of chronic pain. Researchers at the Cannabis Clinical Research Institute at Soroka University Medical Center, and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), found that medical cannabis can significantly reduce chronic pain without adverse effects, ...
Researcher Jailed After Uncovering Deadly Virus Delivered Through Human Vaccines
Post Date: 2018-11-07 09:49:39 by Deckard
If you have been following stories in recent years of scientists and researchers who make discoveries that are threatening to the Deep State and the bottom line of Big Pharma, you will have seen the pattern before. Those doctors are often persuaded to recant their studies, offered bribes or other benefits to distance themselves from or even destroy their data, and even threatened with jail time or, if a legal case is too difficult to fabricate against them, they may simply be killed. Such is the tale of molecular biologist Judy A. Mikovits, PhD, in the disturbing true story first detailed in this Natural News article that included the ...
As Families Become Outlaws to Treat Epilepsy with Cannabis, Colorado Kids Can Now Bring It To School
Post Date: 2018-09-19 06:58:02 by Deckard
Eagle, CO Fourth-grader Quintin Lovato suffers from epilepsy and Tourettes syndrome, and for most of his life, these conditions have made living a normal life nearly impossible for him. Quintin had trouble with basic functions, and could barely walk until his family discovered the healing power of cannabis oil. Luckily, Quintin lives in Colorado, where cannabis is legal and considered medicine, and he has been able to treat his debilitating conditions with the herb legally. Quintin has seen radical improvements in his condition thanks to cannabis, and it has helped him to start living a normal life. Quintin has even been able to take his medicine to school this year so that he ...
What happens when you hold in a fart?
Post Date: 2018-09-10 11:09:14 by Willie Green
Ever been in a situation where passing wind is going to be hugely embarrassing and you've had to hold in a fart? Let's face it we all have.Trying to hold it in leads to a build-up of pressure and major discomfort.A build-up of intestinal gas can trigger abdominal distension, with some gas reabsorbed into the circulation and exhaled in your breath.Holding on too long means the build-up of intestinal gas will eventually escape via an uncontrollable fart.The research is not clear on whether the rise in pressure in your rectum increases your chance of developing a condition called diverticulitis, where small pouches develop in the gut lining and become inflamed or whether ...
There's No 'Safe' Level of Alcohol Consumption, Global Study Finds
Post Date: 2018-08-24 11:16:58 by Deckard
Drinking alcohol in moderation is more harmful than previously thought, according to a new study that concludes there's no "safe" level of alcohol consumption. The comprehensive study, which analyzed information from millions of people in nearly 200 countries, found that alcohol is tied to nearly 3 million deaths globally each year, with about 1 in 10 deaths linked to alcohol use among people ages 15 to 49. What's more, any protective health effects of alcohol were offset by the drink's risk, including strong links between alcohol consumption and the risk of cancer and injuries such as those resulting from car accidents. [7 Ways Alcohol Affects Your ...
Dr. Russell Blaylock Explains Why The Masses Are Becoming Cognitively Retarded And Incapable Of Rational Thought
Post Date: 2018-08-23 12:37:00 by Deckard
(Natural News) Is society getting dumber by the day? It may not just be your imagination: As Dr. Russell Blaylock, a retired neurosurgeon posits, the stupidity of the masses may be by design. Through a barrage of toxic chemicals and compounds, Blaylock says the government is purposely trying to dumb-down the masses. A dumber society is more easily controlled, after all. Whether its the mercury in vaccines, the fluoride in our water, or the dozens of pesticides applied to our food, its hard not to suspect that the government knows exactly what theyre doing. The toxicity of these chemicals and compounds is well-documented, yet nothing is ever done to reduce the ...
Psychedelics Are Showing Real Promise for Treating Mental Disorders
Post Date: 2018-08-16 10:04:13 by Deckard
Research presented at the American Psychological Association's annual meeting in San Francisco last weekend is illuminating the rapid advance of psychedelic science. New findings are adding to a growing mountain of evidence that psychedelics could be effective at treating a range of psychological problems, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and social anxiety.The research could be laying the groundwork for legal prescribing of psychedelics including MMDA (ecstasy), ayahuasca, LSD, and psilocybin (magic mushrooms). But that's a way down the road: All of these drugs are currently illegal, classified as Schedule I under the Controlled Substances Act. (The ...
Report Shows FDA Manipulating and Ignoring Science on Kratom
Post Date: 2018-08-16 09:35:42 by Deckard
WASHINGTON, DC August 14, 2018 Peer-reviewed documentation concerning 44 deaths that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cited to persuade the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to place natural kratom on the Federal Governments Schedule 1 list of illegal substances disclose errors and omissions on the part of the FDA that the American Kratom Association (AKA) claims can only be seen as deliberate. In a detailed white paper released today, AKA scientists and attorneys claim, The FDA has also misled the DEA, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) with incomplete, ...
Psychiatric Drugs for KidsÂ–Â– A Big (and Dangerous) Pharma Marketing Push
Post Date: 2018-08-13 09:52:49 by Deckard
Epoch Times by Martha Rosenberg How did the once modest medical specialty of child psychiatry become the aggressive pediatric psychopharmacology we see today? Millions of children who were once just considered too active are now diagnosed with ADHD, conduct disorders, oppositional defiant disorder, mixed manias, obsessive-compulsive disorders, pervasive development disorders, irritability, aggression and personality disorders and given drugs. Children who were once considered shy or moody are now diagnosed with depression, bipolar disorder, mood disorders, social phobia, anxiety, borderline disorders, assorted spectrum disorders and even ...
CDC urges Americans to stop washing, reusing condoms
Post Date: 2018-08-04 21:53:19 by hondo68
MIAMI - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a reminder that some may laugh at. But apparently, it needs to be said. They are urging Americans to stop re-using condoms. The message was posted on Twitter earlier this week. "We say it because people do it: Don't wash or reuse #condoms! Use a fresh one for each #sex act." Research has found that as many as three percent of people have tried to reuse condoms, and half us have put a condom on too late or removed it too soon, the Daily Mail said. "Correctly using male condoms and other barriers like female condoms and dental dams, every time, can reduce (though not eliminate) the risk ...
Man has 4 limbs amputated after dog lick leads to severe infection
Post Date: 2018-08-03 18:21:32 by hondo68
A 48-year-old man with a history of good health and who has spent his life around dogs was forced to have all of his limbs amputated after contracting a rare blood infection that likely came from his own pooch.Greg Manteufel, of West Bend, Wisc., landed in the emergency room last month with what he thought was the flu, Fox 6 Now reported.According to Manteufel's wife, he's spent his whole life around dogs. It hit him with a vengeance, Dawn Manteufel, his wife, told the news outlet. Just bruising all over him. Looked like somebody beat him up with a baseball bat. Subsequent testing revealed that Manteufel had contracted an infection from a bacteria ...
Founder Of Four Thieves DIY Medicine Links To Leaked Chematica Database
Post Date: 2018-08-02 13:57:10 by Deckard
The founder of the Four Thieves Vinegar Collective, a network of tech-fueled anarchists and hackers taking on Big Pharma by introducing DIY medicine, linked to encrypted files to what rumor has it contain the Chematica database (which was acquired by Merck pharmaceuticals last year). Dr. Mixael S. Laufer tweeted out links to dark web tor websites with the purported encrypted data that he recently spoke about at HOPE conference. Laufer urged the audience to help with cracking the password to the database to release the data into the world, which as a result would bring a new age of DIY medicines. I think its absolutely imperative that information about how to make your own ...
FDA May Soon Allow MDMA Prescriptions for PTSD
Post Date: 2018-08-01 05:28:27 by Deckard
MDMA, which was banned by the Drug Enforcement Administration in 1985, could be available by prescription as soon as 2021."I was finally able to process all the dark stuff that happened," Nicholas Blackston, a Marine veteran who served in Iraq, told The New York Times, describing his experience with MDMA-assisted psychotherapy. "I was able to forgive myself. It was like a clean sweep." MDMA, which was banned by the Drug Enforcement Administration in 1985, could be available by prescription as soon as 2021. The rehabilitation of MDMA, a.k.a. "ecstasy" or "molly," is directly related to the rehabilitation of veterans like Blackston, who participated in ...
Don’t try to rejuvenate your vagina, FDA warns
Post Date: 2018-07-31 09:35:44 by Willie Green
Ouch The FDA notes that the energy-based therapies are unproven and can cause serious harm.The Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on companies deceptively marketing unproven vaginal rejuvenation devices and treatments that have been reported to cause serious burns, scars, and chronic pain, the agency announced on Monday, July 30. In addition to warning consumers, the FDA revealed that it has taken action, sending warning letters to seven companies marketing energy-based devices that are being used outside of their cleared or approved intended uses. Some of the devices, which are commonly radiofrequency- or laser-based, ...
How to Fix Your Sad and Sluggish Sperm
Post Date: 2018-07-27 09:30:01 by Willie Green
Sperm counts have been dropping for decades. The mens rights crowd blames soy, birth control, and feminism. But what if you just ditched the tight jeans? SAN FRANCISCO Dr. Paul Turek was on his way to speak to employees at a cryptocurrency investment firm one recent afternoon about a growing anxiety for the men in the office: whats going on with their sperm?Is there enough? Is the existing supply satisfactory? Are we men enough?Theyre worried, right? Dr. Turek said. And were O.K. with the worry.Last summer, a meta-analysis of 185 studies in which semen was collected over the past 40 years indicated that sperm concentration seemed to ...
Judge allows lawsuits over Monsanto's Roundup to proceed to trial
Post Date: 2018-07-22 19:45:22 by CZ82
July 10 (Reuters) - A federal U.S. judge on Tuesday allowed hundreds of lawsuits alleging that Monsanto Co's glyphosate-containing weed-killer Roundup causes cancer to proceed to trial, finding that there was sufficient evidence for a jury to hear the cases. The decision by U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco, California, followed years of litigation and weeks of hearings about the controversial science surrounding the safety of the chemical glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto's top-selling weed-killer. Monsanto is a unit of Bayer AG, following the $62.5 billion takeover of the U.S. seed major which wrapped up in June. Chhabria in his 68-page opinion called ...
The world’s most nutritious foods
Post Date: 2018-07-18 11:20:02 by Willie Green
Imagine the ideal food. One that contains all the nutrients necessary to meet, but not exceed, our daily nutrient demands. If such a food existed, consuming it, without eating any other, would provide the optimal nutritional balance for our body.Such a food does not exist. But we can do the next best thing.The key is to eat a balance of highly nutritional foods, that when consumed together, do not contain too much of any one nutrient, to avoid exceeding daily recommended amounts.Scientists studied more than 1,000 foods, assigning each a nutritional score. The higher the score, the more likely each food would meet, but not exceed your daily nutritional needs, when eaten in combination with ...
Emerging sex disease MG 'could become next superbug'
Post Date: 2018-07-11 08:48:47 by Willie Green
A little known sexually transmitted infection could become the next superbug unless people become more vigilant, experts are warning. Mycoplasma genitalium (MG) often has no symptoms but can cause pelvic inflammatory disease, which can leave some women infertile. MG can be missed - and if it is not treated correctly, it can develop resistance to antibiotics.The British Association of Sexual Health and HIV is launching new advice. Its draft guidelines detail how best to spot and treat MG.What is MG?Mycoplasma genitalium is a bacterium that can cause inflammation of the urethra in men, causing discharge from the penis and making it painful to urinate. In women, it can cause inflammation of ...
Science Just Keeps Proving Coffee Is Good For You
Post Date: 2018-07-03 08:54:38 by Deckard
According to a new report, but not for the first time, coffee is being hailed as really good for you. Over a ten year period, the study confirmed that coffee drinkers, regardless of the amount consumed, had a lower chance of death than their non-coffee drinking counterparts. Another piece of good news for coffee lovers has just surfaced and it continues to get even better for those who love their caffeinated drink. It actually doesnt even matter what kind of coffee people drink, and that includes decaf and instant coffee. It also doesnt matter what version of the coffee gene people have. Coffee-drinkers simply fared better in life than people who did not drink ...
NFIB v. Sebelius Comes Back to Bite Obamacare
Post Date: 2018-06-11 09:31:44 by Tooconservative
Why the DOJ wont defend the health care law in Texas v. United States. Unless you have been vacationing in a far away galaxy, you will have heard the ululations of Obamacare apologists enraged by the Trump administrations refusal to defend the health care law against a 20-state lawsuit challenging its constitutionality.Obamacare advocates claim that the failure to defend the ACA in Texas v. United States is an unprecedented dereliction of duty by the Department of Justice (DOJ). This is hysterical nonsense. It is indeed unusual, but the DOJ is by no means obligated to defend a law deemed unconstitutional by the President, as Attorney General Sessions explains in his ...
No Smoking Allowed In Philadelphia Public Housing Units The ban starts April 9.
Post Date: 2018-05-31 13:05:42 by sneakypete
No Smoking Allowed In Philadelphia Public Housing Units The ban starts April 9. Parker Riley Written By Parker Riley Posted April 3, 2018 If you or someone you know lives in public housing in Philadelphia, there are only a few more days to smoke cigarettes in the housing unit. According to CBS in Philly, starting Monday, the housing authority says the smoke-free policy applies to all units. SEE ALSO: Tiffany Haddishs Best Moments At The Oscars & And She Wasnt Even A Winner Or Nominee In July of last year, Philadelphia banned smoking outside of public housing units. But this new policy includes smoking inside of the house or apartment and after the fourth violation, ...
Smart Phones Make Dumb People
Post Date: 2018-05-18 19:27:33 by Deckard
This morning our yard was abuzz with a chorus of songbirds. Summer tanagers, vireos, orioles, indigo buntings, goldfinches and cardinals had joined the resident bluebirds, woodpeckers, Virginia creepers, nuthatches, titmice and sapsuckers to complete the ensemble. Many had come in flocks, which was unusual before a few years ago. We live in a remote area, far from any cell phone towers. As these towers have become more ubiquitous the flocks of birds coming here increase. Others in urban areas say their songbirds have disappeared altogether. Many urban people are also reporting a massive decline in insect populations. With the discovery of the Schumann ...
The 10 professions with the most psychopaths
Post Date: 2018-05-17 05:44:21 by Deckard
Business Insider by Lindsay Dodgson Psychopaths are difficult to spot most of the time. Theyre not the Jack the Ripper caricatures you see in films or read about in books. Often, psychopaths appear normal, which makes them hard to identify. In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-5, someone with a psychopathic personality type is defined as having an inflated, grandiose sense of themself, and a knack for manipulating other people. But a diagnosis is rarely simple. One thing psychopaths tend to have in common is the careers they go for. For example, youre likely to find a lot of them in leadership ...
Smoking weed before massive heart attack saved Kevin Smith's life, director says
Post Date: 2018-05-03 11:19:47 by Deckard
For better or worse, Kevin Smith is known today as one of Hollywoods most prominent potheads. But while the directors habit may have had a less-than-desirable result on his recent films, at least one doctor told him smoking weed may have saved his life during a massive heart attack earlier this year. The New Jersey native stopped by the Late Show on Tuesday night, where he discussed the February health scare that resulted from a 100 percent blockage of his left anterior descending artery. The condition is known as the widowmaker due to its high mortality rate, which Smith, 47, said kills 80 percent of people afflicted by it. Marijuana, however, helped ...
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