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  • Jan 21, 2022

    While a third COVID booster shot started rolling out in late September 2021,1 and people have been bullied into getting it, that booster is no different from the first two doses. It's not specific against Omicron, which is rapidly overtaking other variants and currently accounts for 95% of all COVID cases in the U.S.2 A number of ...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    As noted by Dr. Ron Paul in the January 10, 2022, Liberty Report above, U.S. authorities have suddenly started to change their tune with regard to COVID and the COVID shots. “The opposition to our position are starting to wake up,” Paul says, as some shreds of truth are actually starting to be acknowledged. The good news, Paul say...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    Millions of people continue to get COVID-19 injections without being informed of their true risks, hepatitis being among them. Hepatitis, which is inflammation of the liver, is most often caused by a virus; however, there are also autoimmune and immune-mediated forms. As case reports of vaccine-induced immune-mediated hepatitis be...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    This article was previously published March 4, 2020, and has been updated with new information. The struggle with weight gain and obesity is a common and costly health issue, leading to an increase in risk for heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and cancer, just to name a few.1 Obese individuals also have substantially higher medical e...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    Robert F. Kennedy Jr. succinctly summarizes how Dr. Anthony Fauci wields his power to control and manipulate science in this riveting episode of The Jimmy Dore Show.1 Fauci has been painted as a hero throughout the pandemic, an image that is not only misleading but wildly inaccurate, as detailed in Kennedy’s best-selling book, “Th...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    There's a growing body of evidence that shows a lack of sleep increases your cardiovascular risk. A study published in the European Heart Journal Digital Health1 found it's not just the amount of sleep you get, but also the time you go to bed that makes a difference in your health.2 In the short-term, sleep deprivation can affect ...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    This article was previously published February 27, 2020, and has been updated with new information. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,1 nearly 805,000 Americans have a heart attack each year, and 605,000 are first heart attacks. Knowing the risk factors, symptoms and how to take early action will inc...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    January 11, 2022, the Health and Human Services Committee of the Maine legislature held a public hearing on LD8671 “An Act to Prohibit Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations for 5 Years to Allow for Safety Testing and Investigations Into Reproductive Harm.” The American Cancer Society is vehemently opposed to this rational bill.2 In some...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    In this 40-minute interview with Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, she reveals to host Dr. Peter R. Breggin many of the atrocities that are happening in hospitals today — not in the name of science, research or misguided intervention, but in the name of worship of the almighty dollar. Vliet refocused her medical practice in 1985, when she ...

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  • Jan 21, 2022

    This article was previously published May 15, 2020, and has been updated with new information. Decades of fitness research remind us that physical activity is one of the best preventive measures available. It's one of the pillars of good health alongside nutrition, sleep and hydration. Evidence has demonstrated the effect that exe...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    Ever since the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant emerged in December 2021, all the signs indicated that it was the mildest and least lethal variant yet. Not a single death has been attributed to it in South Africa,1 for example, where it was initially detected.2 Despite that, U.S. health authorities kept issuing warnings as if Omicron we...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    A collaborative study1,2 64,379 people's medical records discovered that patients with periodontal disease have a 37% higher risk of developing mental health illness. The research team from the University of Birmingham also found that 60,995 had gingivitis and 3,384 had periodontitis.3 The data from these individuals were compared...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    This article was previously published June 4, 2020, and has been updated with new information. The recent coronavirus pandemic has infected over 5 million people and has caused over 300,000 deaths. This pandemic has also caused school and business closings, social distancing, and has forced millions of people to be confined to the...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    Melatonin is a hormone synthesized in your pineal gland and several other organs,1 indeed in most cells, including human lung monocytes and macrophages, as it is actually synthesized in your mitochondria.2 While most well-known as a natural sleep regulator, melatonin also has many other important functions.3 Notably, it plays an i...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that has a significant influence on your health. Unfortunately, many people don't get enough vitamin K in their diet. Since your body stores very little, it is rapidly depleted without regular dietary intake. Data from Edith Cowan University showed people whose diet was high in vitamin K2 had a 3...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    This story is about behavioral modification, both as a philosophical ambition and as a military application. This topic is vast — so I'll focus on a few relatively recent developments, especially in the area of magnetogenetics. But first, morality pills! Morality Pills In August 2020, Forbes published an article titled, "Could A '...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    From the earliest days of the COVID pandemic, the PCR test has been a source of unrelenting controversy, with experts repeatedly pointing out that it’s not a valid diagnostic and produces inordinate amounts of false positives. Importantly, a PCR test cannot distinguish between “live” viruses and inactive (noninfectious) viral part...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    In the video presentation above, Dr. Peter McCullough, a highly credentialed and published cardiologist, internist and epidemiologist, and one of the primary physicians leading the charge to provide commonsense clinical wisdom into COVID treatments, explains what the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is and how it harms human biology — whe...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    Amid the pandemic media storm in January 2021, a study1 published in the journal Atherosclerosis quietly revealed that people taking statin medications had a higher rate of cardiovascular events than those who were not on statins.2 In the study, the researchers separated the participants by assigning them a coronary artery calcium...

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  • Jan 15, 2022

    This article was previously published July 11, 2020, and has been updated with new information. In the video podcast above, Dr. Paul Saladino and science journalist and author Nina Teicholz — who is also executive director of The Nutrition Coalition — review the evidence against chicken, and why saturated fat really qualifies as a...

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