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CDC Draws Ire for Secret Meetings on Lyme Disease Policy

“The Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC) group in charge of policy for Lyme disease violates federal law by participating in clandestine advisory meetings with the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA),” says The Mayday Project—a volunteer organization comprised of those touched by Lyme…

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Its Leaves Build Blood, Help Epilepsy, Fight Infections and Arthritis

By John Summerly Moringa oleifera has an impressive range of medicinal uses with high nutritional value and medicinal benefits. Different parts of Moringa contain a profile of important minerals and are a good source of protein, vitamins, amino acids and various phenolics. It possesses antitumor,…

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Vaccination Is The Driving Force Behind The Destructive Evolution of Viruses and Pharma Knows It

By Dave Mihalovic The most common argument used by public health officials and the medical community to justify “no exceptions” on mandatory vaccination laws is that unvaccinated people pose a serious health threat to others who “cannot be vaccinated,” such as the immunocompromised. For them, unvaccinated…

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Researchers Wish to Backhack Nervous System to Crack Infection Code

By Heather Callaghan Infectious and auto-immune disease and the nervous system – a connection? Inflammation from disease and the central nervous system have always been studied independently of each other…until now. Basic science researchers are now trying to decipher ‘neural code’ of information being sent…

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3 Things You Should Know About the ”Stupid Virus”

By Heather Callaghan Recently, disease researchers yet again have discovered an emerging virus. Scientists at Johns Hopkins Medical School and the University of Nebraska stumbled on to chlorovirus ATCV-1, a DNA virus which comes from algae, while doing an unrelated test on throat microbes. Forty-three…

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Researchers Offer Strange Answer to Anticipated Dengue Spikes Following Vaccine

By Heather Callaghan Researchers indeed continue to develop vaccines for tropical, mosquito-vectored diseases like dengue fever, which affects 50 million people per year. There are no commercially available vaccines for the virus – yet. But, they’ve run into a big problem. Researchers watching vaccine development…

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She Used to Be In A Wheelchair – The TED Talk That Comes With a Warning

By Heather Callaghan Recently, I wanted to share the great news about people who were actually successfully reversing their ALS, also called Lou Gehrig’s. It turns out, people are also reversing another neurodegenerative disease – Multiple Sclerosis. Against all odds, and without much success in…

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