Some drugs will destroy your life the first time you touch them!  Some hard-core methamphetamine addicts are collecting and drinking their own urine and the urine of other meth users to get high.   The story Jessa Reed tells in the video below is frightening. As a brilliantly gifted comedian, she may make you laugh […]

I was having a discussion the other day,  with my uncle, and as we dived deeper into the topic a comment was made that I hear from time to time, “You think too much”. I paused for a second, which, if you think about it (no pun intended), is the fulfillment of the spirit of why the statement was made.

I literally stopped thinking and actively questioned whether I was wasting time. Luckily for me, I became more energized against that statement and stated out loud just before returning to the debate, “No! If anything, we need to think more!”. Continue reading

Parents who don’t want to give their children the chickenpox vaccine are choosing instead to buy mail-order lollipops already sucked on by chickenpox infected children.

They hope their child will get chickenpox and then develop a natural immunity to avoid vaccination shoots.

Once a child is infected they sometimes throw, “Pox Parties”, to spread the infection. Parents consider this to be a safer alternative to vaccinations. The idea is to expose children to the virus to help build up their immunity against it, in lieu of vaccinating.

The chickenpox virus can be fatal, children exposed to it could die!

Side effects of the vaccine include soreness or swelling where the shot was given, a fever in one in 10 people, and a rash in one out of 25. Seizure and pneumonia are also possible. Before the vaccine, chickenpox caused more than 10,000 hospitalizations in an average year in the U.S., and between 1990 and 1994 about 50 children and 50 adults died each year.

  • How did we get here?
    • Too much money from pharmaceuticals in government pockets.
    • Too many unanswered questions about autism.
    • Not enough education in schools and for parents on health risks.
    • Government testing on the population without consent.

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Henrietta Lacks

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On January 29, 1951, Henrietta Lacks went to Johns Hopkins Hospital out of desperation, pain, and fear. She was bleeding abnormally and profusely from a recent childbirth and had an unusual knot inside her body. Continue reading

In what experts are calling a “revolutionary” medical event, the first baby with DNA from three parents has been born using a controversial technique meant to help people who carry genes for fatal rare diseases.

The baby was born on April 6, 2016, and he appears healthy.

The procedure was done by U.S. fertility specialists working in Mexico, where there are no laws prohibiting such methods. His mother carries a genetic mutation for Leigh syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that usually becomes apparent in the first year of life and is generally fatal.

She had four miscarriages and two children who died from Leigh syndrome, one at age six and one at eight months. Symptoms of Leigh disease usually progress rapidly and lead to generalized weakness, a lack of muscle tone and a buildup of lactic acid in the body, which can cause respiratory and kidney problems.

The procedure, called spindle nuclear transfer, involves removing the healthy nucleus from one of the mother’s eggs and transferring it to a donor egg which had had its nucleus removed. The resulting egg – with nuclear DNA from the mother and mitochondrial DNA from a donor – was then fertilized with the father’s sperm.

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What we experience; taste, touch, see, hear, and smell… is it real or a simulation? With all that we’ve seen and heard in the first 5 articles, the lines are starting to blur. In a virtual world, simulation, or computer game, the rules can be suspended at any time. The rules and laws of reality are […]

Dental implants are the closest you can get to healthy, natural teeth. They are artificial tooth roots, similar in shape to screws. They bond with your natural bone via bone graphs. Implants have been used successfully for over 30 years. 3 million people in the United States have implants, a number that is growing by […]