Aaron Jackson, Guest
Most of us are aware that our phones contain a GPS (Global Positioning System) chips, but how much can they really track our phones?
The NSA assembled a team called Geolocation Cell or Geo Cell, with analysts and technicians from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency … More
April McCarthy, Prevent Disease
Food scientists are shedding light on items loaded with toxins and chemicals–and simple swaps for a cleaner diet and supersized health. Experts from different areas of specialty explain why they won’t eat these eight foods.
Clean eating means choosing fruits, vegetables, and meats that … More
Daisy Luther, Contributor
Want $10 off your bill at the grocery store? Stop by our pharmacy and let us jab a needle full of toxins into your arm!
Want to avoid killing off your newborn, your elderly neighbor, and some random unvaccinated cancer patient? Do your part by … More
Karen Foster, Prevent Disease
Oregano is widely considered as nature’s antibiotic. It is an indispensable spice in Turkish, Greek, Portuguese, Spanish, Latin American and Italian cuisine, oregano is the must-have ingredient in tomato sauces and pairs well with capers and olives. It may be one reason why people … More
Dylan Charles, Editor
The iconic landscapes of Utah and the American West are among the most breath-taking natural landscapes on planet earth, home to abundant wildlife and a source of life and inspiration for many people.
In the Northwest Territories of Canada’s wilderness, over 50 years of oil … More
Dr. Ben Kim, Guest
Research out of Otago and Oxford Universities in New Zealand indicates that having LASIK surgery can lead to permanent problems with vision over the long term.
More specifically, it appears that having laser surgery for near-sightedness (myopia) may lead to excessive glare, haze, and … More
In light of a long list of mass shootings over the past several years, the causative role of psychiatric drugs in violent events will undoubtedly have to be evaluated and addressed at some point. Personally, I’d vote for sooner, rather than later.
Antidepressants in particular have … More
Sayer Ji, GreenMedInfo
The myth that you need to have ‘bad genes’ to experience intestinal damage from consuming wheat was disproved years ago.
It is a common myth that wheat only causes immune-mediated intestinal damage within those with a rare genetically based aberration called celiac disease. Still relatively … More
Paul Lenda, Guest
There’s a heightening level of awareness within the human race with regards to nature and all that is contained within it. Everything from the discoveries of the rudiments of language in monkeys, metacognition in dolphins, self-awareness of elephants, the ability for animals to tell “right” … More
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
Billions of beneficial bacteria, commonly referred to as probiotics, live in the human body. These bacteria are part of what keeps the body in balance in order to maintain overall good health. They reside in the human digestive system, specifically the intestinal tract also … More
Sarah Couture Pope, GreenMedInfo
The vast majority of babies are given Tylenol (acetaminophen) within the first six months of life. It is the go to medicine for modern parents whenever discomfort or fever strikes even very young children and its use is frequently encouraged by many pediatricians.
Now, … More
Dave Mihalovic, Prevent Disease
Although the FDA gave a two year deadline to remove thimerosal from vaccines after the deadly neurotoxin was banned in 1999, they continue to appear in vaccine formulations to this day. The FDA now supports thimerosal in up to 60 percent of flu vaccines, … More
Mike Adams, Divinity Now
Much of modern science remains stuck in an endless inward spiral of false paradigms. That’s why “scientific” medicine, for example, offers no real answers to the really big diseases: cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and so on.
More importantly, modern medicine will never solve … More
Natasha Longo, Prevent Disease
As one of the few nations in the world with a GMO-free platform, Russia does not allow any cultivation of GMOs for commercial purposes. Their regulatory agencies recently suspended the import and use of an American GM corn following a study suggesting a … More
Sarita Coren, GreenMedInfo
“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.” ~Friedrich Nietzsche
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate that is the heated debate. Regardless of what position you hold, the … More
Karen Foster, Prevent Disease
Trillions of bacteria are hostile and can cause disease, while many others are friendly and have established a symbiotic, mutually beneficial relationship with us over the millennia. These friendly bacteria have also been referred to as “probiotics” and are being used increasingly by mainstream … More
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
As the world’s most beloved herb, Cannabis, continues to be liberated from the persecution of the government and the pharmaceutical-industrial complex, research continues to validate the many health benefits of Cannabis. This time, The National Cancer Institute, a government-funded organization has released a report … More