Karen Foster, Prevent Disease
Beneficial bacteria is the gut are known to attack pathogens, manufacture B and K vitamins and even act as anti-cancer agents. New research appearing in the journal Cell strengthens the recent scientific understanding that the microbes that live in your gut may affect what … More
Paul Fassa, Natural Society
Another effort to discount vaccinations as a source of autism has gone into research to prove defective genes as the major culprit. Some epidemiological studies based on twins with autism spectrum disorders was done as early as the mid-1970s. Since then, autism has increased … More
Sayer Ji, Green Med Info
As the autism epidemic continues to accelerate, one of the least well known contributing factors goes mostly unnoticed: wheat consumption.
A new study published in the open access journal PLoS is reinvigorating the debate over what are the primary causes of the accelerating … More
Joe Martino, Guest
Global autism rates are on the rise and many are beginning to ask questions about how they can best treat or remedy symptoms to increase quality of life overall. In one particular case, a young boy by the name of Ethan Fox began showing … More
Elizabeth Cook, Guest
1. The March Against Monsanto was a huge success in bringing the public’s attention to the dangers of genetically modified foods. Nearly fifty percent of U.S. states introduced bills requiring labeling or prohibiting genetically engineered foods since the date of the protest on May 25, … More
Dave Mihalovic, Prevent Disease
A first-ever vaccine created by University of Guelph researchers to control autistic symptoms is here. The medical propaganda matrix has once again come full circle with their patented problem-reaction-solution. Although there is no study which directly links vaccines as the cause of autism, there … More
Dylan Charles, Editor
New figures for autism prevalence amongst school-age children (2-17 years) in the United States were recently published in a report by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). According to this new estimate, rates of autism amongst the nation’s school children have climbed to … More
Becca Wolford, Contributing Writer
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Protection, 1 in 88 children has been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Autism is a range of neurodevelopment disorders. Autism covers a range of conditions – classical autism, Asberger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder, and … More
Raluca Schachter, Wake Up World
“The only safe vaccine is a vaccine that is never used.” – Dr. James A. Shannon. National Institutes of Health
Are you scared when you’re told you have to vaccinate your child with 49 doses in 14 vaccines before age 6? Or … More
Dave Mihalovic, Prevent Disease
Far too many medical professionals swiftly encourage the route of standard (yet outdated) medications for autism and ignore the abundance of science and research that currently supports effective recovery protocols. Such protocols do lead to cures for many children with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) … More
Leah Zerbe, Rodale’s
Agrochemicals, home bug sprays, and lawn treatments could be causing chronic illness in your family.
Pesticides are designed to kill, although the mode of action they use to put the stranglehold on pests varies. Whether it’s nerve gas–like neurological disruption, the unbalancing of key hormones, … More
Anna Hunt, Contributing Writer
A recent study published in the journal Clinical Epigenetics reveals that high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), which is a highly-processed chemical sweetener used in many processed foods and beverages, has been identified as a major factor in the rise of autism in the United States.… More
Wiggins, Prevent Disease
The controversy surrounding the link between soaring autism rates and vaccinations continues to escalate. Pediatricians assure parents that most vaccines are safe, but is their word good enough to ease your fears? The research community says there are no conclusive scientific studies which prove that … More
Laura Grace Weldon, Guest Writer
When we come across a new truth we can see how it connects to larger truths. Sometimes that’s uncomfortable, strange, or paradigm-shifting. Sometimes it’s so logical we wonder how it’s not part of our everyday conversation.
Lately I’ve been reading new research findings. … More
If you visit the World Health Organization’s website, or that of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the information presented there on vaccines is so clearly one-dimensional, repeating the age-old pro-vaccine mantra: “safe”—”effective”—”safe”—”effective” ad nauseam, that before long, you either become lulled into complacency, or … More
Greg Mathews, J.D.
Like a box of children’s cereal, vaccines, which alsotarget children, have surprises inside. Unfortunately, these surprises are not fun like the ones in the cereal boxes.
Surprise of Cancer Viruses in VaccinesIn his book, Dr. Mary’s Monkey, author Edward Haslam documents … More
It’s officially referred to as “World Immunization Week” but as many of us have come to learn by now, vaccination is not immunization by any source of our imagination. In protest of the vaccination campaigning by the WHO (World Health Organization), a group of Belgium parents whose children … More
An investigation into the relationship between environmental poisons and human health is riveting — and terrifying.
Eleanor J. Bader, AlterNet
If horror is your genre, environmental writer Brita Belli’s The Autism Puzzle, is the book for you. Her terrifying look at the chemicals we eat, drink and … More