Mistletoe Extract Beats Chemotherapy Against Colon Cancer Cells

by Margie King The tradition of kissing under the mistletoe at Christmas can be traced back to ancient Scandinavian rules of war. The story goes that if enemies found themselves standing beneath the mistletoe they had to lay down their arms for the rest of the day. Peacemaking led to the Christmas kissing tradition. It’s…

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Internet of Farming: Arduino-based, Backyard Aquaponics

by Tony Cartalucci Upon this man’s property is an impressive automated agricultural system he claims can be scaled easily and incrementally. While still technically a prototype, it does showcase a lot of impressive features even if many aspects of the project may seem undesirable to many prospective home-farmers. The impressive features are of course the…

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Do You Believe More Vaccines or Better Nutrition Prevents Disease?

by Michelle Goldstein The National Institutes of Health recently announced an expansion of its funding of nine Vaccine and Treatment Evaluation Units with an annual budget of $135 million dollars of government money. Each of the nine research centers can compete with each year for the next seven years for a portion of this funding….

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The Case Against Big Pharma Science Grows Stronger

by Brandon Turbeville In a recent anti-supplement propaganda article by NPR entitled “The Case Against Multi-Vitamins Grows Stronger,” the notorious “news” agency lavishly reported the alleged findings of “experts” proving that “vitamin supplements don’t help most people and can actually cause diseases that people are taking them to prevent, like cancer.” Immediately, the entire mainstream…

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Pomegranates: Anti-Cancer Superstars?

by Victor Marchione Here’s a fruit that often gets forgotten when most people buy their weekly groceries: pomegranate. This delicious fruit with the tiny seeds is actually super healthy and could help prevent the onset of some common diseases. Pomegranate may also be good for slowing the natural wear and tear that occurs with aging….

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5 Inexpensive Ways to Store Your Food

by Tess Pennington You can spend a fortune on food for long-term storage, but if you don’t protect your investment, that money could be completely wasted. Proper storage containers don’t have to cost a fortune. You can glean many different kinds of containers from things that would normally be thrown away. Once you’ve alerted friends…

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Multiple Infant Vaccines Linked To Dramatically Increased Mortality

by Sayer Ji A new study published in the journal Vaccine has brought to light an extremely disturbing though still virtually unreported dark side to immunization campaigns within low-income countries, namely, the observation that infant mortality sometimes increases when the number of co-administered vaccines increases; a finding diametrically opposed to the widely held belief that…

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