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Jan 15, 2013
Visionary internet activist Aaron Swartz found dead; was this brilliant internet revolutionary 'taken out?'
Adding to the list of mysterious deaths that have happened over the last few days, internet visionary and brilliant internet activist Aaron Swartz was found dead yesterday. Swartz, only 26 years old, was the co-founder of Reddit.com, the co-creator of RSS technology, and the key activist who achieved a stunning defeat of the freedom-crushing SOPA / PIPA bills in the U.S. Congress....[full story]
Jan 15, 2013
Detention prevention strategy goes national
Bob Unruh joined WND in 2006 after nearly three decades with the Associated Press, as well as several Upper Midwest newspapers, where he covered everything from legislative battles and sports to tornadoes and homicidal survivalists. He is also a photographer whose scenic work has been used commercially....[full story]
Jan 5, 2013
APPROVAL OF WIND PROJECT A DISGRACE: RUNCIMAN
Senator Bob Runciman has blasted the Ontario Ministry of Environment for its approval of a wind energy project at Ostrander Point in Prince Edward County....[full story]
Dec 19, 2012
Did You Know that Splenda is in Your Drinking Water?
The human body can't break it down, or use it in any way. And as it turns out, modern wastewater treatment methods don't break down Splenda either. Smitha Ramakrishna, a finalist in the 2009 Intel Science Talent Search, found that the sweetener can accumulate in the water supply after people excrete it. This could potentially cause harm to fish and other living creatures....[full story]
Dec 19, 2012
Narcotics and diagnostics overused in treatment of chronic neck pain
Duke University and University of North Carolina (UNC) researchers report in the November issue of Arthritis Care & Research that narcotics and diagnostic testing are overused in treating chronic neck pain....[full story]
Dec 19, 2012
SEASONAL FLU VACCINES, ARE THEY SAFE OR NECESSARY?
The seasonal flu vaccine is now recommended every year for every man, woman and child from the age of 2 throughout the rest of life. This mandate is the result of the exaggerated H1N1 Flu pandemic of 2009 that proved to not even be a pandemic. This is a political vaccine with no scientific basis that will make millions for the flu manufactures and cause health problems for thousands. How does a person sift between the conflicting information provided? As a 30+ year independent vaccine researcher, I hope these facts will help you decide if you or your children will receive the seasonal flu vaccine....[full story]
Dec 19, 2012
Who Knew this Cocktail of up to 20 Chemicals Was in Your Glass of Milk?
A single glass of milk can contain a mixture of as many as 20 painkillers, antibiotics and growth hormones.  Using a highly sensitive test, scientists found the chemicals in samples of cow, goat and human breast milk....[full story]
Dec 19, 2012
2012 End of Year Freedom Message from Trueman Tuck and the Canadian Coalition for Health Freedom
I have been battling the Bullies with Badges and Uniforms for the past 40 years. At this time of year I find it necessary to review the ancient book – The Chinese Art of War and seek guidance on what has been accomplished during the many battles not only of 2012, but for the many years before. We need to expand our GIA Freedom Guardian BeeHive team of caring and sincere Truth-Seekers, who believe in Truth, Justice, Peace and Freedom in 2013 in order to be more effective at overcoming the Enemies of Health Freedom and our Freedoms in general....[full story]
Dec 13, 2012
Battling the Bullies with Badges and Uniforms
I have been battling the Bullies with Badges and Uniforms for the past 40 years. At this time of year I find it necessary to read the ancient book – The Chinese Art of War and seek guidance on what has been accomplished during the many battles not only of 2012, but for the many years before. We need guidance regarding what we need to do together as caring and sincere Truth-Seekers, who believe in Truth, Justice, Peace and Freedom to overcome the Enemies of Health Freedom and our Freedoms in general in the next calendar year [2013]....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Dr. Oz viciously attacks organic foods and farmers markets, pushes feedlot beef, urges clueless consumers to eat more pesticides and GMO (opinion)
Dr. Oz has finally done it: He has sold out to Big Ag by declaring organic foods to be "elitist," "snooty" and no better than conventional foods. The man who once urged Americans to eat organic has sold his soul to the criminally-run food giants in a mind-blowing editorial piece recently published in TIME Magazine....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Ohio-based TriHealth company fires 150 employees for refusing deadly flu shots
Health freedom is under attack in Ohio, where a major Cincinnati-based healthcare conglomerate is forcing all of its 10,800 employees to take a "free" flu shot or else face termination. According to WLWT News 5 in Cincinnati, the 150 objectors who have thus far refused the shot have until December 3 to either comply with the company's demands, provide a valid reason why they cannot take the vaccine, or else get fired....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Appeals court continues border agent's 'Twilight Zone'
Advocates for a U.S .Border Patrol agent sent to prison for arresting a suspect carrying 75 pounds of drugs into the United States are seeking a presidential pardon after an appeals court affirmed the agent’s 24-month sentence....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
One-third of cancers found in mammograms are not life-threatening, but the chemo poisoning of women continues
It's a long-simmering question that has now turned into a full-blown controversy: What is the real value of mammograms if 33 percent of the cancers found during the procedure aren't deadly but lead to poisoning chemotherapy or worse, breast removal, anyway?...[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Curcumin's ability to wage war on cancer stem cells further verified by research
Curcumin's ability to wage war on cancer stem cells further verified by research by J. D. Heyes (NaturalNews) Promising new research has demonstrated once again that the ingredient curcumin, which is the principal curcuminoid of the widely used Indian spice turmeric, a member of the ginger family, is a major cancer fighter, this time proving effective against esophageal cancer.According to researchers at the University of Kansas' Cancer Center and Medical Center, study results indicate that "curcumin inhibits the growth of esophageal cancer cell lines," though how it works "is not well understood."The results of the study are especially noteworthy given that esophageal cancer is the eighth most common type of cancer in the world and the sixth most lethal.This 'novel' cancer treatment works wondersIn the U.S. alone, between four and 10 persons for every 100,000 die from esophageal cancer every year. The disease mostly strikes men over the age of 50, according to published statistics.In 2011, the American Cancer Society estimated that 16,980 Americans (13,450 men and 3,530 women) were diagnosed with the disease. The organization also estimated that a majority of those diagnosed with esophageal cancer - about eight in 10 - would die."Esophageal adenocarcinoma, the major form of esophageal cancer in the U.S., is the most rapidly rising cancer in the western world," said a summary of the study's results. "It is generally diagnosed at a late stage and has a poor prognosis, with a five-year survival of less than 10 percent.""Although the current treatment includes chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and, if possible, esophagogastric resection, many patients with esophageal adenocarcinoma experience progression of disease despite such treatment, suggesting that such tumors are resistant to standard therapy," the summary said.Enter curcumin therapy. Other "novel" forms of treatment and therapy have not proven as effective, say researchers, especially in patients who have advanced cancer."The magnitude of this problem mandates the need for novel therapeutic agents, specifically the use of agents for chemoprevention. This is most attractive for esophageal adenocarcinoma since a pre-malignant condition, Barrett's esophagus, is a well-recognized lesion," says the summary.In short, a common form of cancer that is resistant to current standard treatments is being bested by treatment with an age-old spice."Curcumin seems to have multiple molecular targets and its enhanced potency in cancer in various cancer cell lines and xenograft tumors renders it a strong candidate for therapeutic applications for esophageal cancer as well as other cancers and inflammatory disease states," said the study.Dramatic reductions in the spread of cancerPrevious research has also found that curcumin - and its primary element, turmeric - have been found to reduce cancer growth and brain tumors as much as 81 percent."Used by ancient Chinese and Indian systems of medicine, curcumin has been shown to reduce brain tumor size by 81 percent in 9 out of 11 studies," say researchers from the University of California-Los Angeles."Turmeric and curcumin are both extremely cheap methods of boosting your health, and are readily available almost worldwide," said Mike Barrett, co-founder of alternative health organization, Natural Society. "The ubiquitous nature of turmeric both in the form of supplementation and spice sets up turmeric to be the next vitamin D over the next few years. As more medical professionals begin to recognize the benefits of turmeric and curcumin, a major media blitz will follow as it did regarding the multiple known effects of vitamin D."In the UCLA study, 21 participants who had contracted head and neck cancer saw the spread of their disease halted after being given chewable supplements containing 1,000 mg of curcumin each."Curcumin, the main component in the spice turmeric, suppresses a cell signaling pathway that drives the growth of head and neck cancer, according to a pilot study using human saliva by researchers at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center," the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, said, confirming the university's results.Sources:http://www.plosone.orghttp://www.cancer.govhttp://www.prnewswire.com...[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Vitamin D cuts cavities in half
With less time spent outdoors and the constant use of sunscreen by many, vitamin D levels are decreasing in many populations. Meanwhile, the number of cavities in children's teeth has gone up. Is there a connection? A new review of multiple studies of dental caries, or tooth decay, and vitamin D indicates the answer is yes. In fact, studies of kids in many countries link vitamin D intake to a whopping 50 percent reduction in cavities....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Coming: '$3 trillion tax increase on middle class'
Getting Republicans to agree to a tax increase on “the rich” is not the ultimate aim of the Obama administration and Democrats in Congress, says noted tax activist Grover Norquist....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
European Environmental Bureau Urges EU States to Ban Amalgam Fillings
In a letter to European Union (EU) member state representatives and dental experts, the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) asked recipients to support a phase-out of the use of mercury in dentistry, both in the EU and around the world....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Girl's verse commemorating grandfather's military service included the word 'God'
A school district in North Carolina has been given a deadline to affirm that it will not censor a student’s speech, or a legal team assembled by the Alliance Defending Freedom will seek a “remedy” to the problem....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
You’ve already defeated his stealthy political strategy
We’re writing today to let you know about some important new developments with the secretive and extreme Canada-China investors deal, FIPA, and ask you to call MPs urgently to show them that we’re watching....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
GMO Riders Could Be Back in "Fiscal Cliff" Funding Package
Alliance for Natural Health Newsletter...[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Eight-year-old girl to be given forced vaccinations against mother's will after court ruling
An Australian mother who desperately tried with all her might to protect her young daughter from being poisoned with vaccines has lost the battle, according to News.com.au. Judicial tyrants in the Victoria region of Australia recently ruled that the eight-year-old girl, whose mother had chosen to avoid vaccines and instead feed her child organic, biodynamic, and unprocessed foods, would have to subject the girl to the government-mandated vaccine schedule from here on out into the future....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Bank laundering whistleblower labeled 'insane' then locked away in psychiatric hospital for seven years
It is a horror story, no matter where you are from....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
FDA allows criminal drug company to market generic Lipitor drug containing tiny shards of glass
For the second time in fewer than four months, India-based drug giant Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Inc. has issued a formal recall on its drug atorvastatin calcium, which is a generic version of the popular cholesterol drug Lipitor. According to reports, the company, which has been the subject of U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigations since 2006 because of fraud, publicly released more than 40 lots of the tainted drug, which this time was found to contain tiny pieces of glass....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Toxic amounts of aluminium found in infant formulas
Although the unacceptably excessive presence of aluminium in infant formulas has been scientifically documented and proven since the late 1990s and the manufacturing companies are sufficiently warned and very well aware of the health problems it causes, it looks like commercial infant formulas still contain too much of this neurotoxic element....[full story]
Dec 6, 2012
Some deadly side effects of consuming fluoridated tap water
The issue of water fluoridation has been in the news recently, with the City Council in Portland, Ore., voting recently to start putting fluoride in the water supply (despite stiff opposition from residents) while voters in Wichita, Kan., rejected a proposal to add fluoride to city water in November, just as residents did in 1964 and 1978, the previous two times the issue came up for a vote....[full story]