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Veterans Are Finding Peace From PTSD Through ‘Float Therapy’

Veterans across the U.S. are finding an excellent source of relief from their pain and PTSD thanks to floatation therapy, a holistic treatment for emotional and physical ailments. ’Floating’ consists of laying in a small pool filled with 10 inches of saltwater containing roughly 1,000 pounds of magnesium sulfate, commonly known as Epsom salt. The […]

BREAKING: BBC: Prince Andrew Scaling Back on Royal Duties

The BBC just announce that Prince Andrew is stepping back from royal duties for “foreseeable future” following Epstein scandal.  This is a breaking story. We will update you as we learn more. The following is our story following his interview with BBC Newsnight. The Duke of York has said he “let the side down” by […]

Radiologists Conceal Heavy Metal Accumulation From MRIs

Story at-a-glance – Enhanced MRIs use a contrast agent or dye to improve the clarity of the images produced. A recent poll reveals 58% of radiologists avoid informing patients when deposits of toxic contrast agents are discovered The most commonly cited justification for omitting any mention of gadolinium deposits in their radiology report was to […]

Newsweek: Seattle Children’s Hospital Closing 10 Operating Rooms After Mold Kills Six

Seattle Children’s Hospital has closed ten of its operating rooms to install new air filtration systems after linking six patient deaths with mold infections. Seattle Children’s CEO Jeff Sperring said during a news conference Monday: “We have been working to make our operating rooms safe to prevent aspergillus infections. To date, we have not been […]

ADHD: Alarms Raised; Risks Ignored, by the Children’s Health Defense Team

By the Children’s Health Defense Team When the American Psychiatric Association (APA) released its first Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) in 1952, many of today’s most common pediatric diagnoses had yet to be invented. “Attention deficit disorder” (ADD) did not make its first DSM appearance until 1980, when the APA established it […]

Impossible Burgers Not Meatless Enough for These Vegans Suing Burger King

Phillip Williams says his Impossible Burger had too much meat juice on it. That’s the claim he and a group of vegan customers are making in a newly filed lawsuit against Burger King. They are suing the restaurant over its popular meatless patty, according to reports from TMZ. The plaintiffs allege the meatless burgers, in […]

BREAKING: Fox: Jeffrey Epstein Prison Guards Charged with Falsifying Records

Two prison guards who were on duty during the night in which Jeffrey Epstein killed himself have been arrested Tuesday on federal charges linked to their alleged failure to check on his well-being. The guards, identified as Tova Noel and Michael Thomas, have been charged with making false records and conspiring to make false records […]

CDC Petitioned to Stop Lying About Pharma Funds

Written by Joseph Mercola, D.O., Ph.D. Story at-a-glance – The fact that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention accepts millions of dollars from drug companies and vaccine makers may be at the heart of many harmful and nonsensical health recommendations The CDC has long fostered the perception of independence by stating it does […]

CBS: Albany Med Nurses Suspended After Refusing Flu Shot

Albany Medical Center in New York suspended nine nurses who refused to get their flu shots under a new hospital policy. The suspended nurses have seven days to get vaccinated or face potential termination. According to a hospital spokesperson, these nurses account for less than 1 percent of the more than 2,000 nurses who work […]

New York Times: E.P.A. to Limit Science Used to Write Public Health Rules

The Environment Protection Agency plans to limit the scientific research that the government can use to form public health regulations, according to The New York Times. A draft of the EPA’s proposal obtained by the Times would require scientists to reveal their raw data, including confidential medical records, for the agency to consider a study’s […]