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Common Painkillers such as ibuprofen and Naproxen Found to Raise the Risk of a Heart Attack Within a Week of Use

A recent study published in the British Medical Journal revealed that some of the most commonly prescribed non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), otherwise known as painkillers, may significantly increase the odds of heart attack within a week or a month if high doses were taken. To carry out the study, a team of researchers pooled data from various healthc ....

EMERGENCY Action Item: Join us in reporting Boston Herald journo-terrorists to the Boston FBI and Boston Police

This is an emergency action alert from Natural News. Earlier this week, the Boston Herald openly published an editorial representing the views of its entire editorial staff, essentially calling for government-run execution squads to mass murder scientists, journalists and naturopathic physicians who oppose mercury in vaccines. According to the Boston Herald, all these people ....

Take Indian Black Salt for Your Health and Beauty

Originating from the Himalayan mountain ranges, Kala Namak or Indian black salt is a highly-prized condiment that is actually purple or pinkish gray in color. The peculiar coloration is due to the presence of irons and other minerals; so while it may not be “black”, it is packed with high amounts of nutrients, minerals, and flavor. Its unique taste—said to be remarkab ....

Researchers Reveal Allergies May be Linked to Eczema

Researchers infer that allergy and eczema may go hand in hand, and stress that understanding the connection between the two conditions may mitigate the risk of suffering from the latter. “It is important for both patients and healthcare professionals to understand the connection between atopic eczema and allergy. Eczema is a common symptom which can be ‘triggered’ by ....

Stop spring Allergies with These 5 easy-to-source Herbs

For many people, it isn’t just the flowers that are springing to life this season. The end of winter signals the start of allergy season: a dreaded time of year for those who are prone to allergies. The constant sneezing, itchiness, and red eyes can be unpleasant and inconvenient, so it’s no wonder why people who suffer from allergies go into mild panic as soon as spring hits. If yo ....

Dangerous Alzheimer’s Treatment Drug DONEPEZIL Being Widely Prescribed “off-label” was Never Approved for Such Uses by the FDA

Donepezil is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States to treat Alzheimer’s disease. Since mild cognitive impairment (MCI), or the phase between normal age-related brain decline and dementia, displays similar symptoms to Alzheimer’s, many physicians also prescribe this drug off-label to patients with MCI. Researchers fr ....

Genetic Pollution Harms Organisms through 14 Generations of Offspring, Stunning Scientific Study Reveals

A new study has alluded to several shocking revelations about genetic engineering and raises many questions about the magnitude of harm that can be perpetrated by both genetic modification and changes to environment. In the study, the researchers utilized genetically modified nematodes to analyze the effects of environmental change — but their study also revealed something more sinist ....

Thousands Damaged by Shingles Vaccine are Trying to sue Merck

What was supposed to be a cure for shingles has brought on worse complications. Thousands have attempted to file lawsuits against American pharmaceutical company Merck & Co. for problems associated with their product Zostavax. In an interview with TROFire.com, Troy Bouk, Associate Attorney at the Levin Papantonio law firm, stated that the side effects of the shingles ....

California Hospital Fined After Taking Out a Woman’s Ovaries by Accident

A hospital in California is being sued for the accidental removal of a woman’s ovaries. The Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, Calif., has been fined $47,450 by health officials, reported Catherine Ho of SFGate.com. Doctors at Sequoia were supposed to remove the patient’s appendix, fallopian tubes, and uterus during surgery in February 2016; however, due to a mistake in the ho ....

Patients Found to Recover More Quickly Once they Remove Hospital Gowns

A British campaign called the PJ Paralysis Initiative has been launched by staff members of the Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) National Health System (NHS) Foundation Trust in the United Kingdom. Its goal is to encourage patients in hospitals to dress in their own clothes as soon as they feel able to move around. This simple, costless action could benefit millions of people aro ....

14 Blatant Lies About Psychotropic Drugs the FDA Teaches Medical Students

Just because someone holds the title of a “professor” does not necessarily mean that everything that they teach their students is based in fact. Below is a list of 14 lies that are taught in medical school to med students as pointed out by GlobalResearch.ca. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tests all new psychiatric drugs The idea that the FDA tests all new psychiatric drugs is ....

SHOCK: Drug Overdose Deaths now kill more Americans Every Year than the Entire Vietnam War… after Democrats Refused to Protect the Border from drug Cartels

For the last eight years, Democrats allowed drug smugglers and drug cartels to run rampant across the U.S. border, hoping to invite in a sufficient number of illegal aliens to make sure a Democrat could win the presidential election (through illegal voting, of course). The America-hating Democrats lost the election, but the social cost of their “open borders” lunacy will be felt for ....

Groundbreaking Study Reveals high-intensity Interval Training May be the Key to Slowing Aging

High-intensity interval training was found to inhibit cellular ageing, and in some cases helped the cells rejuvenate to repair damages in the body, according to a recent study. To carry out the study, researchers examined more than 70 participants and classified them into two age groups. The participants were instructed to undergo a three-month exercise program of high-intensity interval ....

13 Foods You Should Only Buy Once… then Grow Forever

There’s nothing like fresh fruits and vegetables grown in your garden. Not only do they taste better, but they’re also safer and healthier for you and your family since they are grown without the use of harmful pesticides or other nasty chemicals. What’s more, growing your own food helps save a lot of money and reduces your carbon footprint by cutting down on food miles. Did you know ....

New Stem cell Treatment on the Horizon for People with Autism

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, is an increasingly common condition that is estimated to affect an average of 1 in 68 children. Statistically, it affects 1 in 42 boys, and 1 in 189 girls, according to a 2014 estimate from the CDC. Some reports have indicated that the frequency of autism may even be as high as 1 in 50, however. Most children are diagnosed around age 2 or 3, though ....

SHOCKING: Woman’s x-ray Reveals a Pool of Cooking Oil in her Lung

As reported by Daily Mail, when an unnamed 86 year-old woman in Florida went to the hospital with “burning in her stomach and upper chest,” she wasn’t thinking about an unusual medical procedure she had received at least sixty years prior to her emergency room visit. At first, the doctors figured she was simply suffering from acid reflux, ....

Incredibly Disturbing Animation Reveals how Vaccines are Really Made… WARNING: this will Turn Your Stomach

Isn’t it interesting how so many people scrutinize the ingredients in the groceries they buy, yet they allow themselves to be injected with vaccines without having any clue what ingredients they contain? Vaccines are deliberately made with all sorts of bizarre ingredients, the CDC confirms. These ingredients include toxic heavy metals, animal blood components, human fetal tissue, monkey ....

Children Across California Found to Have Higher Lead Poisoning than those in Flint, Michigan

If you thought the Flint, MI lead poisoning was bad, it turns out that numerous communities in California are even worse. Blood testing data gathered by Reuters has revealed that children from one Fresno community had blood lead levels up to three times higher than those seen in children from Flint. Even though California is known for their staunch environmental advocacy, it appears ....