Studies Show Treating Depression with SSRI Drugs May Sabotage Your Well-Being

By Anna Hunt Mild depression. Situational depression. Anxiety. These don’t seem like the types of psychological problems that would lead to aggression, addiction and suicide. Yet, that is exactly what’s happening more frequently than ever before. Thriving Mental Health Market When Prozac came out in 1988, it was supposed to make everyone happier. Eli Lilly…

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CDC Official Responsible for Handling Zika and Ebola Emergencies Mysteriously Goes Missing

By John Vibes Atlanta, GA — 35-year-old Timothy Cunningham, a high-ranking employee with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been missing for nearly two weeks. Cunningham went home from work claiming he was sick on February 12 and has not been seen or heard from since. According to the CDC, Cunningham is…

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Removing MSG from Diet As Effective For Pain as Painkillers – Study

By Heather Callaghan, Editor The best natural pain relief might be what you remove from your cabinet, not add to it. “This would be incredible if we could impact chronic pain simply by making slight modifications to diet…” “Results demonstrated that when study participants cut monosodium glutamate from their diets, their symptoms improved.” Pilot study in Kenya…

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Ben Swann Exposes FDA, DEA Deception on Kratom

By Brandon Turbeville, Natural Blaze In 2015, the DEA announced its plans to place Kratom on the list of Controlled Substances (in the same scheduling level as heroin to be exact) but, amid public outcry, the agency backed off, deferring to FDA “review” and “advice.” Many optimistic  Kratom activists were tempted to rest on their laurels, trusting that…

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Taoist Master Explains How Negative Chi Affects Us and Why Turning Inward is So Important Today

By Dylan Charles They say that energy goes where attention flows. And in today’s insane media universe, our attention is everywhere. Which means our energy is everywhere, and if it’s everywhere, it’s not where we need it most, contributing to our personal health and wellness. This is especially true in times of crisis, when tragic events…

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Why Meditation Can Help You Overcome Depression for Good

By Dylan Charles Doctors and psychiatrists are well-versed in the science of antidepressants. They’ve established a body of research showing how levels of certain brain chemicals fluctuate to affect mood, and they can chemically stabilize someone’s mood with pills. But truly healing from depression involves many intangible factors such as diet, the support of family…

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64% of Bottled Water Is Tap Water, Costs 2000x More

By Julia Conley Research Exposes $16 Billion Bottled Water Industry’s Predatory Marketing Practices Bottled water companies have relied on predatory marketing practices and exorbitant lobbying efforts to sell Americans on the inaccurate belief that pre-packaged water is cleaner and safer than tap water—a notion that is costing U.S. households about $16 billion per year. In a new report entitled “Take Back…

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Oregon’s “School Exclusion Day” Bans Unvaccinated Kids From Schools

By Mac Slavo Today is school exclusion day in Oregon.  The public school district will be banning children from attending their classes if they are not fully vaccinated. The word they are looking for here is “segregation.” But Oregonians are calling it “School Exclusion Day.”  As noted by the state’s Health Authority, “parents must provide schools,…

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U.S. Right to Know Sues CDC for Documents about Its Ties to Coca-Cola

Natural Blaze U.S. Right to Know sued the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today over CDC’s failure to comply with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and provide documents in response to six requests about its interactions with The Coca-Cola Company. The public records requests are part of an investigation USRTK is conducting…

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