Lethal Sex -The Rise of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the Age of Postmodernist Liberalism

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Syphilis, one of the most feared infections of the Middle Ages and Victorian eras, was until recently virtually eradicated from from our world. In the United States, after being close to zero in 2000, the syphilis rate began a sharp climb in 2011. Experts are squeamish about giving an answer to the upsurge of STDs in general. Perhaps they are naive or prudish when it comes to sexual matters, or perhaps they’re living in a bubble.

In this article, you’ll learn ...

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FAQ – How can I heal from chronic viral infections (EBV) and vagus nerve issues

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Earlier this month (February 2018), a reader made the following question:

I am interested in learning how to heal from chronic EBV and vagus nerve/cardiac issues. I am currently learning to apply the insights of Anthony Williams, Medical Medium, to better understand how to heal. You may also have some insights into my quest. Anthony does not address the vagus nerve/ cardiac connection directly, although he does give great detail to EBV and how it can insinuate itself into our organs ...

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Amazing Health Journey: Interview with Mikhaila Peterson at SOTT Radio Network

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My friend Doug and I had the chance to interview Mikhaila Peterson for the ‘Health and Wellness’ show on the SOTT Radio Network. It was among the most outstanding stories I ever heard! Very inspiring!

Mikhaila Peterson is daughter of Psychologist Jordan Peterson, and she shared with us her truly amazing recovery from serious health issues. Since she was a very young girl, Mikhaila was plagued by rheumatoid arthritis, severe depression and chronic fatigue among other ...

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Statin Drugs – The Real Reason Official Guidelines Still Demonize Fats Despite the Evidence?

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Nina Teicholz, investigative journalist and author of the International bestseller The Big Fat Surprise, wrote an article for the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) in September 2015, which makes the case for the inadequacy of the scientific advice that underpins the Dietary Guidelines (Teicholz, 2015). The title of the article was “The scientific report guiding the U.S. dietary guidelines: is it scientific?” Ian Leslie writing for The Guardian reports that the response of the nutrition establishment was ferocious: 173 ...

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Omega-3s and the Brain: Fish Intake Linked to Higher IQ and Better Sleep

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According to a new study from the University of Pennsylvania, published this week in Scientific Reports, children who eat fish at least once a week sleep better and have IQ scores that are 4.8 points higher, on average, than those who consume fish less frequently or not at all.

Previous studies showed a ...

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The health program for Alzheimer’s disease that mainstream treatment fails to surpass

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According to the World Health Organization, the total number of people with dementia worldwide in 2015 is estimated at 47.5 million. The total number of new cases of dementia each year worldwide is nearly 7.7 million, implying 1 new case every 4 seconds. The number of people with dementia is expected to increase to 75.6 million in 2030 and 135.5 million in 2050. These figures are almost twice the rate of projected population growth over that ...

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Corruption of Science: Coca-Cola’s Shady Record in Obesity Research – ‘Dracula in Charge of the Blood Bank’

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It was revealed back in 2015 that Coca Cola invested at least $4 million in founding the ‘Global Energy Balance Network’ (GEBN), a non-profit organization run by university scientists engaged in obesity research projects.

The group said that halting weight gain should be less about dieting and more about “maintaining an active lifestyle and eating more calories“. They claimed ...

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Liraglutide and the Hunger Alarm System

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Ever heard of the hunger alarm system? It was recently in the news thanks to a new study from the University of Pennsylvannia:

The brain’s hypothalamus, which controls the sensation of hunger, is home to a population of neurons known as agouti-related protein-expressing neurons, or AgRP neurons. In earlier work, Betley and colleagues discovered that these neurons ...

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Presiding over a heart disease catastrophe, the American Heart Association advocates vegetarian diet

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Vegetarians were celebrating last month because a study published by the American Heart Association (AHA) found that a plant-based diet was associated with reduced risk – by 42%, allegedly – of heart failure.

Vegan and freelance writer Susan Bird, in her article on this study, accidentally cited a different Continue Reading →

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