( life / health / conspiracies / ) What Happened:Dr Michael Ryan, a former trauma surgeon and epidemiologist who is now the executive director of the World Health Organization's (WHO) Health Emergencies Programme recently revealed that the WHO believes approximately 10 percent of the world's... read more
( education / news / rss / ) From children at risk of exclusion to adults with dementia, people are mucking in on care farms as a form of therapy
The post A shining light: the care farms supporting people with mental health challenges appeared first on Positive ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / ) This is a follow-up to yesterdays article, in which I exposed the fact that the CDC does not have the COVID coronavirus in its possession, because it is unavailable. Their word, not mine. The CDC is admitting the virus hasnt been isolated. In other... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / ) The CDC document is titled,CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel.It is dated July 13, 2020. Buried deep in the document, on page 39, in a section titled, Performance Characteristics, we have this: Since no ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / ) What Happened:Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, a Professor of Medicine at Stanford University recently gave an interview explaining why he believes lockdown measures are more harmful than COVID-19. At the beginning of the pandemic, Bhattacharya along withDr. Eran... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) There is no "pandemic." Here are some numbers in Texas:
As of September 19th we have had
16,025 deaths reported as Covid.
In 2019 there were 189,166 total deaths from all causes so if you take the weeks, we are 73% through the year on September 19th. In turn this would equate to 138,091 deaths. As of September 19th we have had 128,17 ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / ) So, don't do ANYTHING based solely on their word. DIStrust and verify. So-called authorities routinely lie to us, especially when there is a power or profit motive. They have lost all credibility in the eyes of those who think for themselves.
The plan was for the profits to go to the pharmaceutical companies (with bribes in turn handed ou ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / ) You should always read politically-sensitive articles from the bottom, up. That way you start with the most salient facts (usually downplayed and put at the bottom).
Take the headline (often misleading) with a grain of salt since that is the conclusion they want you to reach, as well as the pictures of coffins (or whatever scare ta ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / ) If you want a scrip for hydroxychloroquine, you can get one here through
Jerome Corsi's website: speakwithanmd.com
Just chanced on an over the air TV show by Steve Bannon called War Room Pandemic, but also available here: ... read more
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Senator Amanda Chase said she was the only Virginia state legislator to not comply wit ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / ) https://www.corbettreport.com/the-worst-miscalculation-in-human-history/?utmsourcefeedburner&utmmediumfeed&utmcampaignFeed%3ACorbettReportRSS%28TheCorbettReport%29 ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) Dr. Mike Yeadon, a former Vice President and Chief Science Officer for Pfizer for 16 years, says that half or even almost all of tests for COVID are false positives. Dr. Yeadon also argues that the threshold for herd immunity may be much lower than previously thought, and may have been reached in many countries already.
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( life / health / conspiracies / ) via the second wave based on fake statistics/5725003
Corruption prevails at the highest levels of government as well within the upper echelons of the United Nations system. The entire ... read more
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It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine. -... read more
( education / news / rss ) Police patrol our halls of residence. We've been banned from pubs. Even Christmas could be cancelled. I'll confess, I think I almost enjoyed lockdown at first: I could cycle to work without the roar of cars all around me, and I enjoyed the novelty of being able ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) via activistpost.com
The group alleges wearing masks is causing healthy people to become sick while trying to prevent the spread of a disease that is not a deadly threat to... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) August 28, 2020, the Children's Health Defense, led by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., launched a European branch of the organization. In a press conference1announcing the new branch, Kennedy discussed how governments are using fear to control and manipulate the... ... read more
( education / news / rss ) September 24th, 2020 By Nick Polizzi As a father of two small children, there is a part of me thats always on the lookout for any danger or unthought-of detail that might hinder them. I know Im not alone. Its the loving ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) This years stay-at-home orders and lockdowns imposed by governments on their populations represent a watershed moment in the history of the modern state. Before March 2020, it is unlikely that many politicianslet alone many ordinary peoplethought it ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) via California county votes to end covid state of emergency
Our case numbers are so low, it doesn't warrant a shutdown, said Placer County Board chairwoman.
Placer county, located in the Sacrame ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) Only one state has stayed strong and not fallen for the Covid propaganda: South Dakota. So, that's where you (and maybe I) need to move to! Too bad the winters suck. Kansas looks promising, too (90/105 counties have opted out) but I never liked Kansas.
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( life / health / conspiracies ) via https://gumshoenews.com/2020/09/10/serena-teffafas-class-action-suit-against-the-covid-nonsense/
Serene Teffafa's Class Action Suit Against the Covid Nonsense - Gumshoe News - by Mary W Maxwell, LLB
Every effort counts. Any step you can take against the great fraudemic really helps. Here's an email I just received fr ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) The need for the COVID test is being hyped to the skies. More tests automatically create more case numbers. This allows heads of state and national governments to whipsaw the public: We were re-opening the economy, but now, with the escalating case numbers, ... read more
( education / news / rss ) The news media are accusing Trump of trying to rush a COVID vaccine into use by November 1, just before the election: The president is playing politics. Suddenly, the press is expressing deep concern about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine.... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) This push to cure and/or prevent a fake health threat (covid-19 is not a threat to most people) reminds me of the HPV vaccine that EVERY doctor has pushed to have our daughter inoculated against. If you don't know, human papillomavirus virus (HPV) has a miniscule chance of occurring, a miniscule chance of causing any problems if it does occ ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) via https://www.natureofhealing.org/the-covid-contradiction-why-only-6-are-covid-deaths/How do you know when you are being conned, misled, duped? When you find contradictions and inconsistencies in the story line. In order to find c ... read more
( education / news / rss ) GreenMedInfo Research Group - Psilocybin may be gaining mainstream acceptance by providing a safe trip out of desolation and into a more open, positive state of ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) And most of those 3.7 percent don't feel particularly sick, definitely won't die, and neither will you!
Among 3,410 close contacts, 3.7% were secondarily infected. Of those, 16.8% were mild, 73.1% moderate, 10.1% severe or critical.
via acpjournals.org. Em... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) Disgusting and stupid. You don't need to wear a mask if you're keeping your distance, especially outside.
Several ML ... read more
( life / health / food ) via https://www.wakingtimes.com/2020/08/13/groundbreaking-study-shows-organic-diets-drastically-lower-glyphosate-levels-in-the-body/Krissy Waite -We all have the right to food that is free... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) One third of one percent does not constitute an epidemic, let alone a "pandemic". Semantics, I know, but can they not even get the language right?
330,102,000 population (see census.gov)
130,000 related deaths (which means they ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) via https://www.sott.net/article/439510-How-bad-is-covid-really-A-Swedish-doctors-perspective
OK, I want to preface this article by stating that it is entirely anecdotal and based on my experience working as a doctor ... read more
( education / news / rss ) Denmark boasts one of the lowest COVID-19 death rates in the world. As of August 4, the Danes have suffered 616 COVID-19 deaths, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University. That's less than one-third of the number of Danes who die from pneumonia or ... read more
( life / health / food ) via the-spice-that-prevents-fluoride-from-destroying-your-brain
Fluoride is found everywhere today, from antibiotics to drinking water, no stick pans to toothpaste, making exposure inevitable. All the more... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) from Ex-NYT-reporter-publishes-new-anti-lockdown-book-calls-out-90-of-media-on-parroting-same-lines-on-Covid-responses
Alex Berenson's latest chapter in a se... read more
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Moscows Gamelei Center will register the worlds first coronavirus vaccine on August 12, Russias deputy health minister has revealed. Oleg Gridnev says medical workers and the elderly will be given priority for immunization. Read Full ... read more
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Up to 10 percent of Englands coronavirus death toll could be wiped out due to reporting errors in which Covid-19 deaths on the official register were logged months after positive tests regardless of the circumstances. Read Full Article atclick here ... read more
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A new poll to measure peoples trust in a potential Covid-19 vaccine asked respondents whether they would be more likely to take it if select celebrities and sports stars gave it their stamp of approval. Read Full Article at RT.com
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( life / health / conspiracies ) What Happened: The US Federal government in collaboration withYale University held clinical trials to determine what the best messaging would be to persuade Americans to take the COVID-19 vaccine when it is ready. The news of this study does show an interest in ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) Operation Warp Speed is handing out cash at record velocity and this time, the two largest vaccine companies in the world are benefiting.
Big Pharma Giants GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi Receive $2.1 Billion to Develop COVID Vaccine appeared first on MintPress... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) via https://www.sott.net/article/439219-The-science-and-law-of-refusing-to-wear-masks-Texts-and-arguments-in-support-of-your-civil-rightsThis article was first published on 11 June, w... read more
( life / health / environment / trees ) via Small-trees-form-basis-drought-resistant-rainforests.html
UK scientists found that small trees in a water-deprived area of the rainforest showed increased capacity for photosynthesis and le... read more
( life / health / fitness ) via A recent study published in the Journal
Medical Hypothesis titled “Exercise with facemask; Are we handling a devil's sword? – A physiological hypothesis”cla... read more
( life / health / fitness ) What Happened:A recent study published in the JournalMedical Hypothesis titled “Exercise with facemask; Are we handling a devil's sword? – A physiological hypothesis”claims the following: Exercising with facemasks may reduce available... read more
( life / health / environment / trees ) via https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6468641/The-urban-forests-New-York-revealed-New-study-finds-city-five-MILLION-trees.htmlMost visitors think of New York's Parks ... read more
( education / research / conspiracies / health ) via http://www.youtube.com/watch?vYYPhZGbvnT8
This amazing leaked video of officials plotting to massively inflate Covid cases. This is corruption on a massive scale and these government employees act like it's business as usual!... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) Hilarious! It's in the air, and if you sense corona virus in the air, drop to the ground face-first!
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( life / health / conspiracies ) via https://www.rt.com/uk/495166-uk-halts-covid-death-update/.
The British government has put on hold releasing daily updates on the number of coronavirus fatalities, after scientists noticed serious oddities in the way Public Health England counts ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) They get a few covid patients, and they're tested multiple times. Each test is reported as a new case, inflating the figures exponentially.
The fact is that regard ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / shopping ) A protest video regarding this unwarranted, unlawful and un-Constitutional requirement for healthy people to wear masks.
I have started off at Emigh's Hardware in Sacramento to show what life i... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) I am very glad Trump made that order. See below.
Here is something the WHO article I just got. Many of my posts were removed as false which means, obviously, this WHO article is fake, right?
So I hop... read more
( life / health ) I've wasted a few hundred dollars on ineffective CBD oil, but this is good. It lowers my blood pressure at least 10 points if I take a dropper full (under the tongue and hold it for 30 seconds before swallowing) every morning. It's made in TN. I get it from an independent ... read more
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To what do they attribute the higher mortality in migrant neighborhoods? Nutrition?
The 93 page scientific report by a combination of several German universities showed clearly that the total of deaths involving influenza like illnesses in Germany this year are 20% LESS than last year.
You see the same right now on the ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) This is one of the most common questions I get -- so I want to make sure you know my EXACT steps!. Click here to watch HOW TO SHOP WITHOUT A MASK
You might ... read more
( life / health / food ) via https://www.positive.news/economics/the-open-database-that-lets-people-buy-food-direct-from-source/Set up by food activists during lockdown, Farms to Feed Us connects people with farmers and growers across the cou... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) The president of the Bulgarian Pathology Association, Dr. Stoian Alexov, has called the World Health Organization (WHO) a “criminal medical organization” for creating fear and hysteria without providing any actual verifiable proof a "pandemic",... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) This is an amazing biological discussion that will affect the health of all people - MUST SEE
Zach Bush MD is a physician specialising in internal medicine, endocrinology and hospice care.
He is an internationally recognised educator and thought leader on the microbiome as it relates to health, disease and food systems.
D... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) My attitude is simple: Wear a mask if you are worried, but leave the rest of us alone to breathe in peace. And, anyone who fell for this "pandemic" probably also fell for the "Arabs with box-cutters and negligible flying skills pulled off the 9/11 attacks" meme; Obama's "hope and change" or whatever he called his &qu ... read more
( life / health / food ) via https://www.collective-evolution.com/2020/06/11/ex-monsanto-genetic-engineer-warns-about-health-concerns-of-gmo-potatoes/According to many, there are multiple health concerns that arise from ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / movies-tv ) Here is the movie Plandemic that YouTube and Facebook have censored: on bitchute.com
Full PLANDEMIC Documentary COMING SUMMER 2020
Prior to the completion of the full-length documen... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) I had my first run-in with a #coronanazi today at Wallgreen's.
I was just trying to set my cokes down on the end of the counter rather than hold them while I waited in line. They were cold! But no, the cashier (in a mask) put up his hands and almost shouted, Please stand back! Social distancing!
The customers (a man and his son) in ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) I've said it before and I'll say it again, we are now living in a time where a digital authoritarian 'fact checker' is patrolling...click here for related articles.... read more
( life / health / environment / trees ) via Protecting our planet
In turbulent times, being in nature among the trees can offer a vital sense of calm, solace, and inspiration. Here, we share the stories of people who've devoted their professional lives to eco-ad... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) via coronavirus hype
The facts are: COVID-19 is a real disease that sickens some, proves fatal to others -- mostly the elderly -- and does nothing to the vast majority. That's it.
The scientists le... read more
( life / health / conspiracies / politics ) via https://www.collective-evolution.com/2020/04/20/vimeo-bans-documentary-exposing-big-pharmas-influence-within-the-world-health-organization/Special note to reader... read more
( life / health / food ) I just got back from Kroger where I found a new flavor of smoothie drink from Bolthouse Farms. It's called Carrot Ginger Turmeric, and I gotta tell ya, after cracking one open — not in the store, I'... read more
( life / health / environment ) See tornado video (156mb). It was taken March 11, the week after the tornado, on Eastgate Blvd. in Mt. Juliet where they have that big auto auction site you can see from I-40. If you're quick, you might notice the ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) in case there's anything useful in here...
An anonymous user suggests, Start taking 4 oregano oil capsules as soon as you start to get sick. See oregano oil
On 3/16/20 2:39 AM
I am told it causes permanent lung ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) Panic. Overreacting. Who needs terrorism when you have the news media to create a good old fashion panic?
end of rant
Just wash your hands regularly (as you should've been doing already) and don't touch any questionable people or objects with any part of your body (also as you should've been doing already). Wear a mask, if ... read more
( life / health / environment ) I think he means dryer sheets, but see fabric softener.
"Fabric softeners are one of the most unnecessary dangerous chemicals that you may be using in your home, and it's important that you stop ... read more
( life / health ) Seems you can put a cotton ball impregnated with iodine and saline in each nostril and breathe quite well:
Iodine and the 1918 Influenza "Pandemic"
Dr. David Derry, MD, wrote a very interesting article entitled "Iodine: the Forgotten Weapon Against Influenza Viruses". The abstract of his article is shown below.
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( life / health / food / recipes ) Markowitz recipe. (pronounced pah-lah-CHIN-tuhz). Makes 4 or 5.
beat well 2 eggs
Add a pinch of salt
½ teaspoon sugar
beat/mix in blender until has a loose consistency.
Add ½ cup water and some flour while mixing, until thick enough
As a test, dip spoon into mix and let the mixture drip
Make sure it does... read more
( life / health / food / recipes ) 1 potato (about 4 inches long)
¼ head lettuce
3 cloves garlic
6 green onions
1 pound lean ground beef
1 cup water
½ small can green chilies
Salt and pepper
12 - 14 white corn tortillas
Vegetable oil... read more
( life / health / food / recipes ) Bill's Salsa Chicken & RiceI've been making this for years, and thought I'd share it, finally. Here's my recipe and the quantity I usually make:
Six chicken breasts with skin, baked in plastic cooking bags at 400°F for about an hour (depending on your oven).
Six servings of rice. I prefer brown, but white ... read more
( life / health / food / recipes ) Place ½ cup orange juice concentrate in blender
Fill 2 cup container ½ full with ice cubes
Add water to make 2 cups and pour into blender
Add 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Add 8 teaspoons sugar
Blend on LOW speed until ice thoroughly crushed... read more
( life / health / food / recipes ) Ronica's Oregano ChickenThis is fast and easy. It is good over rice or noodles.
¼ cup butter
¼ cup lemon juice
2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
2 tablespoon soy sauce
1 ½ teaspoon dried oregano
1 large clove garlic, crushedCombine all ingredients and pour over chicken in 13 x ... read more
( life / health / food / recipes ) Put cooked egg yolks in a zip lock bag.
Seal, mash till they are all broken up.
Add remainder of ingredients, reseal
keep mashing it up mixing thoroughly
cut the tip of the baggy, squeeze mixture into egg.... read more
( life / health / environment / animals ) The National Weather Service on Tuesday warned people in South Florida of the possibility of falling iguanas in advance of cold weather.... read more at upi... read more
( life / health / environment ) Bees Absolutely Love Cannabis & It Could Help Restore Their Populationsvia https://www.collective-evolution.com/2020/01/20/bees-absolutely-love-cannabis-it-could-help-restore-their-... read more
( life / health / food ) Amazing.
Nebraska retiree uses Earth's heat to grow oranges in snow... See youtube.com/watch?vZD-3-gsgsnk
Winter temperatures in Alliance, Nebraska can drop to -20°F (the record low is -40°F/C), but retired mailman Russ Finch grow ... read more
( life / health / fitness ) Good news! See... how-to-exercise-without-moving-your-body/
"Wouldn't it be nice if we lived in a magical world where we could simply imagine whatever we wanted to happen and poof it would appear? For thousands of year... read more
( life / health / environment / trees ) Time for Trees. Another worthy cause.
Humankind is All organic lifeforms are facing a crisis: our ability to survive and thrive is at risk. Air and water pollution is rampant. Weather patterns are shifting at an alarming rate. Poverty is widespread. The entire globe is ... read more
( life / health / food ) Such a great idea!
Atlanta's City Council just voted in favor of transforming over 7 acres of vacant property into the state of Georgia's first food forest. The measure... read more
( life / health ) See Food of the gods
"... drinking a homemade cacao hot chocolate in the mornings instead of coffee ... unleashes such beautiful creative energies while also giving you a subtle morning boost" ... read more
( life / health ) via autism-treated-with-chlorine-dioxide
"I should say something about bleach, as a number of critics insist MMS (chlorine dioxide) is a bleach and, thus, a poison. Chlorine dioxide, the chemical that is MMS, has never been use... read more
( life / health / environment ) I love this! See wildlife bridges
Bridges for bears and tunnels for tortoises have significantly reduced the number of wildlife-car collisions worldwide.
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( life / health / fitness ) See every-breath-you-take.
"... contrary to intuition, over 90% of lost weight leaves the body as carbon dioxide exhaled from the lungs, disappearing into thin air."... read more
( life / health / drugs ) Interesting article here: more-than-half-quit-using-prescription-drugs
"A survey on cannabidoil (CBD) usage found that women are more likely than men to use CBD; and once ... read more
( life / health ) via Pesticide Levels In Families Dropped By 60% After One-Week Organic Diet: Study
The study tested the urine of four diverse American families in Oakland, Minneapolis, Atlanta, and Baltim... read more
( life / health / drugs ) "A healthy blood-brain barrier is necessary for keeping unwanted molecules and cells from entering into the brain from the bloodstream. Without a healthy blood-brain barrier, pathogens can pass from the bloodstream into the brain, causing illness and even death. The blood-brain barrier also maintains central nervous system (CNS) ho... read more
( life / health / food ) from My Persian Kitchen
Prep time: 1 min
Cook time: 30 mins
Total time: 31 mins
Serves: 1 cup
1 tsp grated fresh turmeric
1/2 tsp grated fresh ginger
1 tick cinnamon
1 tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice
1/2 slice of lemon
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( life / health / food / plants ) For those "asking for a friend," see marijuana-hemp-cbd-whats-legal-and-where:
"As the legalized cannabis industry in the United States grows with nearly every election, consumers interested in these... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) via aluminum-vaccines-cause-autism
"We now have 5 years of medical research, mostly from outside the United States, incriminating aluminum adjuvants in vaccines as the SOLE cause of autism epidemic. JB Handley does a nice job laying out t... read more
( life / health / drugs ) "Josh Mazer is pro-vaccine, but wants vaccines to be based on sound scientific evidence and not to cause more harm than good. He also believes in providing informed consent on the risks/dangers of each vaccine."
via ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) They failed to clearly state...
"... the minimal risk that, even once the individual was infected with the HPV virus, the infection would result in precancerous lesions..."
via greenmedi... read more
( life / health ) Mosquito anti-itch creamFYI: Aileen's Instagram page
"I don't know about you but mosquitoes are crazy for me! Made some anti-itch cream. :) we shall see if it works! #herbal #apothecary #herbalremedies #handmade #kitchenwitch" ... read more
( life / health / advice ) STROKE: Remember The 1st Three Letters... S.T.R.
A neurologist says that if he can get to a stroke victim within 3 hours he can totally reverse the effects of a stroke... totally . He said the trick was getting a stroke recognized, diagnosed, and then getting the patient medically cared for within 3 hours, which is tough. The stroke vi... read more
( life / health / food ) Feedback I sent to Luvo:
I love your frozen meals, but hate your packaging.
Your microwave cooking instructions basically say "look elsewhere on package."Why not put the instructions right there where it says "instructions?"
Opening the package afterwar... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) "We've found 35 fruits and vegetables that you can grow in containers. These range from bananas and citrus fruits to tomatoes, cucumbers, and just about anything else that you would normally plant in a larger garden."
via ... read more
( life / health / environment ) Here are some actual environmental issues that we should be addressing instead of "climate change" (or screaming about the U.S. pulling out of the Paris climate treaty).FYI, pollution is caused by humans... read more
( life / health / food ) via Diet drinks TRIPLE risk stroke dementia
"Diet drinks TRIPLE your risk of stroke and dementia, and are FAR more dangerous than drinks sweetened with sugar.
Boston University researchers found asparta... read more
( life / health / environment / blog ) Had to park under an overpass this morning to avoid tornadoes. No problems for me but one did touch down right near work. Someone said it hit Macy's (just across the Interstate).... read more
( life / health / environment / trees ) Another reason for short-sighted land developers to leave as many trees as possible when destroying/preparing the site for the next new neighborhood.
See Watching birds near your home is good for your mental health
"People living i... read more
( life / help / health / food ) This looks very familiar in my yard. Go here for more info: lettuce
"I'm surprised I haven't come across wild lettuce as an alternative to toxic pain, migraine and anxiety pills, bu... read more
( life / health / drugs ) Interesting
"The most common sense, natural solution to inattentive behavior in school children, however, may be the basic idea of giving children more time to free play and to engage their bodies in physical activity. It's such a simple notion in such unusual times that it actually sounds revolutionary, and several schools in Tex... read more
( life / health / food / drugs ) I'm sure it's just a coincidence! :)
Five months after Congress voted to remove country-of-origin labeling from pork and beef, the NFL is warning that meat produced in Mexico and China may contain a substance banned as a perfor... read more
( life / health / drugs ) Choose raw horseradish or these natural remedies instead
from Antibiotics can have severe lasting effects
"(NaturalNews) Antibiotics should really be a last resort when you are feeling unwell, and the misuse of them i... read more
( life / health / food ) That's it! We're moving to Russia! Just kidding (because it kinda sucks over there unless you're rich ... like almost everywhere else, actually). Still, this is good news for humans:
"This is a bold move by the Russian government, and it sits in unison with the newly-ignited global debate on GMOs and the presence of ... read more
( life / health / mental ) "These six daily happiness exercises are proven to make anyone, from a 4-year old to an 84-year old, happy, or simply happier. Achor says in just 21 days, the exercises can transform a pessimist into an optimist.
Gratitude Exercises. Write down three things you're grateful for that occurred over the last 24 hou... read more
( life / health / environment ) Cool! ... someday. From Will Graphene Supercapacitors Make Batteries Obsolete?
"Researchers with the California NanoSystems Institute recently developed a new battery-like supercapacitor, a device that s... read more
( life / health ) FYI, the I in this story is not me. The author wanted to share this info without being identified. Can you blame him? :)
I looked online and it's hard to find direct, simple instructions, they tend to get academic or theoretical about it. It's very simple: APPLY HARD PRESSURE!
Once, I cut myself on the job trying to free a pi ... read more
( life / health / food ) "Standard wheat harvest protocol in the US is to drench the wheat fields with Roundup several days before the combine harvesters work through the fields because withered, dead wheat plants are less taxing on the farm equipment and allows for an earlier, easier and bigger harvest"
via ... read more
( life / health ) Wow! All you need to do is ...
Eliminate all simple carbohydrates and gluten
Eliminate processed food (wait, is that even possible?)
Eat more vegetables and fruits
Eat wild-caught fish
Meditate twice a day
Get seven to eight h ... read more
( life / health / drugs ) List of Culprit Drugs (according to them): Excedrin PM, Tylenol PM, Nytol, Sominex, Unisom, Benadryl, Dramamine, Paxil, Detrol, Demerol, Elavil
"You wouldn't think that taking a little pain pill would cause long term ... read more
( life / health / food ) Broccoli sprouts, anyone?
"The drink used in the China study was made with broccoli sprouts developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University. They are sold under the brand name BroccoSprouts. They are widely available in superm... read more
( life / health / food ) .
So far, CropMobster has managed to distribute nearly half a million kilograms of food, which has brought in close to a million dollars in revenue for small producers.... read more
( life / health / employment ) Good article on staying healthy on the job, plus just plain staying at that job.
"... you can't smoke cigarettes fast enough to match the damage that today's workplace is doing to you. And not just you, but everyone from the newest hire to your CEO. Your company is unknowingly dragging the life from all of you.&qu... read more
( life / health / food ) Good to know.
from 10 Ways to Survive Skyrocketing Food Prices
"Food prices are getting out of control. As meats, dairy, and eggs climb to record high prices and over 50 million Americans are now... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) Just finished putting up chicken wire around my strawberries. Elizabeth picked one last night, turned it around to look at it, and discovered that it had been bitten into. We can only assume it was rabbits.How many were ruined? I asked.Four, she said.In my garden, that's a LOT. :) Anyway, hopefully the wire (not to mention the old ... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) You should NEVER eat unripe elderberries.
An important comment, above. That caution aside, this is good to know if you're ever starving or just have the munchies while wandering through your back yard! :) via ... read more
( life / health / environment / plants ) Good info. I wonder if Ace Hardware stores are any better? Probably need to buy my plants from the farmer's market.via Bee-friendly plants? Think again.... read more
( life / health / mental ) Basically, go ahead and let yourself get anxious/excited. It's OK! You might even enjoy yourself, in a way. Or at least it'll be one of those things you can look back on and laugh about. via Don't Keep Calm....
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( life / health / food ) I think I'll try this.
If you are battling an aliment or just want to feel good - this smoothie rocks. The addition of cranberries helps reduce water weight too - a little aesthetically pleasing benefi ... read more
( culture / writing / health ) How Does Writing Affect Your Brain? infographic.Interesting ... to me, anyway.
"Most of us write a little something everyday. It might be a grocery list, a poem, or a write-up on the infographic of the day. As we go thr... read more
( life / health / food ) via Some non-organic foods contain upwards of 180 times the fluoride level of tap water, says expert.
"... the average person's cumulative exposure to fluoride from food, beverages, personal care products, and water i... read more
( life / health / mental ) What happens in your brain when you get mad, and how to control itI love this! Especially after my last post.
"By using one of his strategies, projecting peace, you can activate a different set of mirror neurons and begin to defuse the other's anger. You can get them to mi ... read more
( life / health / mental ) Funny how the day after commenting on Facebook (see below) about driving past a local rich neighborhood, this morning in that same neighborhood I ticked off the driver behind me by having the gall to use a turn lane properly. You do realize you're ... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) Gardasil and Cervarix don't work, are dangerous and weren't tested"Dr. Diane Harper was the lead researcher in the development of the human papilloma virus vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix. She is the latest to come forward and question the safety and effectiveness of these vaccines."
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( life / health / conspiracies ) "... most of the people in America who are diagnosed by doctors with the flu have no flu virus in their bodies. So they don't have the flu."
A new giant vaccine scandal exposes government lies and psyops. ... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) No, not just me and my pathetic crop management. While that's definitely been a struggle, there have apparently been physical altercations going on in the garden, specifically on top of the onions. The tops of those plants — once so proud and erect — are all now bent over. I hope they're not broken, not that I guess it will af ... read more
( life / health / food / movies-tv ) I finally watched this Food Matters movie last night. It was great. MD's and pharmaceutical execs will hate it, of course. Anyway, I highly recommend it.... read more
( life / health / mental / dreams ) Had a very brief, mundane, realistic dream the night before last in which I was pulled over by a traffic cop. I didn't think much about it until the next morning when I was going down Antioch Pike to a client's office. That particular stretch (as you pass the sports fields) is infamous as a speed trap. The speed limit is 35, but there's... read more
( life / health / insurance ) This is the second denial in as many days. Yesterday it was the life insurance company. Today, I got one of those job application denial emails:
"Thank you for your interest in our recent opening. We have had a chance to review your resume ... Unfortunately, we have decided to pursue other candidates who match our requirement ... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) I finished up my little rain barrel project yesterday. My three rain barrels used to be underneath the downspout coming off the roof. And that's great for catching the most rain, but the problem was that it is downhill from and not close enough to the garden where it's needed. I've looked into pumps, but they're expensive, which mig... read more
( life / health / insurance ) Good news: SunLife Financial sent me a refund check! Bad news: It was because they denied my policy for, according to them, failing to send all of my paperwork in on time. Um, I think faxing it in at least a couple days prior to the deadline qualifies as on time! I guess it doesn&... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) We had a freeze TUESDAY night, so I lost my tomato plants and probably my cucumbers. :(
I replaced those original tomato plants, adding cherry tomatoes, and might have lost those too because even though I hadn't planted them yet I screwed up and left them outside one night when it got below freezing. So, those along with a NEW batch of to ... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) My checklist for this year's vegetable garden:
Soil tilled? Check!
Top soil added? Check!
Plants bought? Check!
Seeds for plants not available for purchase? Check!
Plants planted? Check!
Now the watering ... and waiting begins! Oh, you're wondering what I planted?
Lettuce... read more
( life / health / food / politics ) Maybe there is hope for mankind, after all? Thanks to the boycotts, and more people refusing to remain ignorant? Whatever the reason, this looks promising. via Activist Post.
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( life / health ) via Avoid the Pharmacy: Fight the Flu with Remedies from the Kitchen.
"A gargle made from salt water can relieve a sore throat. As well, it can stop a budding infection in its tracks. Mix 1 tablespoon of salt with a cup of ... read more
( life / health ) via Dr. Joseph Mercola: Harvard Study Confirms Fluoride Reduces Children's IQ.
Maybe this will finally convince the idiots-that-be-in-power to stop adding it to our water? Just a thought.
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( life / health / environment / weather ) It was cold today in Nashville! The high for the day was only about 45.
I guess that'll feel warm if we get that in January, but still.... It's supposed to get down to the mid-20s tonight. I know, I know. You all in Chicago and Moscow are saying pfftt!But that's why — among other reasons — I don't ... read more
( life / health / food / politics ) Activist Post: Monsanto Funded Anti-GMO Labeling Campaign Gets Away with Impersonating Govt. Agencies.
Corporate scum at their worst, or is this merely typical?"Misuse of a United States government seal can lead to a $2... read more
( life / health ) If you're happy, you're healthy.Or the opposite.Whatever works, right?via Positive Attitude Equals More Control, Better Health.
"The bottom line: when you feel in control, you take control."... read more
( life / health / fitness ) via Action Item #4: Exercise Primally — Move, Lift, and Sprint
"Moving frequently (at a slow pace) is the foundation of Primal fitness. It's what we are meant to do most often, and what we should b... read more
( life / health / fitness / research ) People can be fat AND fitGood news!
"It shows that some fat people manage to remain 'metabolically healthy' even though their body mass index would suggest they ... read more
( life / health / food / recipes ) Five Tasty Ways to Eat Your Tomato Harvest All Year
"Hello tomato harvest time. If your garden (or farmer's market, or neighbor's garden) is suddenly overwhelming you with fresh tomatoes, don't be in... read more
( life / health / pets ) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2190086/Cat-parasite-worms-humans-brains-drive-victims-suicide.html
The answer is yes, but not through parasite worms. Mostly through ... read more
( life / health ) HoneyI killed the superbugvia The Australian.
"... none of the bacteria that researchers used to test the honey, including superbugs such as flesh-eating bacteria, built up any immunity"... read more
( life / health / food ) For those with allergies, this might help.Research Shows Local Honey may Halt Allergies.
"Honey has been considered an alternative allergy treatment for many years, with many allergy sufferers swearing by its anti-allergenic properties. Unti... read more
( life / health / food / restaurants ) With Elizabeth taken for the night by her wonderful Auntie, Tara and I took the opportunity last night to use a Groupon and go to an Ethiopian restaurant, Mesob. It was our first time trying Ethiopian food.The appetizer, sambusa, was very good. When th... read more
( life / health / food ) "If you put a label on genetically engineered food you might as well put a skull and crossbones on it. — Norman Braksick, president of Asgrow Seed Co., a subsidiary of Monsanto, quoted in the Kansas City Star, March 7, 199... read more
( life / health ) ... many sleeping problems may have roots in the human body's natural preference for segmented sleep ...via BBC News - The myth of the eight-hour sleep.
"It's not just the number of references — it is the way they refer to it, as if it was ... read more
( life / health / environment ) So, literally, for the sake of human survival, please stop using at least this one pesticide by Bayer!
via More Evidence Points to Pesticide as Cause of Mass Bee Deaths.
"A new study publishe... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) British town grows all of its own vegetables, witnesses improved civic life and reduced crime as a result.
"When the small British mill town of Todmorden, tucked in between Yorkshire and Lancashire, first began installing fruit ... read more
( life / health / food ) Yet again, the solutions for most of the ailments that plague modern society are to be found in the natural world, not the synthetic world of establishment medicine and Big Pharma.via Activist Post: 3 Ways to Naturally Reduce Your Risk... read more
( life / health / conspiracies ) Rick Perry's Gardasil problem... his former chief of staff was a lobbyist for Merck and ... his chief of staff's mother-in-law ... was the state director of an advocacy group bankrolled by Merck ...
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( life / health / food ) Clean 15: The 15 Lowest Pesticide-Prone Forms of Produce.
"If you don't buy organic, health experts like David Suzuki suggest avoiding toxic pesticides linked to health issues includin ... read more
( life / health / food ) Emergency Essentials - Be Prepared Emergency Preparedness Food Storage.That's the Boy Scout motto, isn't it? Never hurts.
BePrepared.com is the world's largest dedicated online marketplace for survival food, water, and gear. They're a complete one-stop shop for everything ... read more
( education / health ) Supermarket meat tainted with drug-resistant bacteriaAnother reason to go vegetarian, although their math isn't right. Forty-seven percent is much worse than 1 in 4. Maybe we should actually read the article? :)
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( life / health / food / shopping ) Another reason to go vegetarian, although their math isn't right. Forty-seven percent is much worse than 1 in 4. Maybe we should actually read the article? :)
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( life / health / food ) via Which Food Additives Make Children Behave Badly.
"... food additives used in hundreds of children's foods and drinks can cause temper tantrums and disruptive behavior ...&q... read more
( life / health / environment / water ) Great site: Ways to save water
"Graywater is the water that goes down the drains from your washing machine, bathroom sinks and showers. When you stop to think about it, the average top-loading washing machine wil... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) This could prove useful as food (and gas) prices soar this coming year: Where to Find Pick-Your-Own Fruit and Vegetable Farms / Orchards for Local, Fresh Fruit, Vegetables and Pumpkins, Along With Canning, Freezing & Preserving Instructions!See also: ... read more
( life / health / environment / weather ) It's been snowing all day, at least an inch and a half accumulation. Earlier, I put some de-icer on the driveway in preparation for tomorrow morning. Before that, I had to walk the dogs in the snow. You know, pugs don't like snow. It just really throws them off, having to go potty on something white instead of green.
Lying here now, blo... read more
( life / health / food / politics ) via newswithviews.com/NWV-News/news233.htm
"It didn't take long for Democrats in the House to figure a way around the constitutional roadblock that halted the advance of S. 510: The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, following its approval by the S... read more
( life / health / environment / blog ) It was actually cold all day today, but that didn't stop me and Elizabeth, then the pugs, from spending half of our day outside! First, we went exploring the new neighborhood being built nearby. I don't know why they're building. There's plenty of existing houses that no one wants to buy. Whatever. At least they've created lots of good dirt piles t... read more
( life / health / food ) A very technical article.
"It is important to note that the bulk of the data provided during the evaluation stages of GBH/GMO safety were provided by the i... read more
( life / health ) copied from Lori's email
I am so excited to tell everyone the great news!!! We did it! Cure JM was number 1 at midnight last night!
Because of all of our wonderful friends and family we were able to win the 250K grant from Pepsi! This money will directly benefit Lucas! His doctor is the head of the foundation! This is ... read more
( life / health ) I took Chandler to the vet this morning to get his teeth cleaned. I know, it sounds crazy, but it's actually very important, just like with humans. Anyway, because of road construction and mo... read more
( life / health ) ... after you remove it, of course. Apparently, they cause cancer. No kidding!
Here's the link:
Women who wore their bras 24 hours per day had a 3 out of 4 chance of developing breast cancer (in their study, n2056 for the cancer gro... read more
( life / health / food / shopping ) via Using Local Organic Cooperatives To Defeat Globalists
"Okay, you're awake, back among the human tribe. Now what? You are not alone in wondering what is the best way to fight the globalists.There is a vastly growing ... read more
( life / health / environment ) Save the rain forests and add a little style back to your dinner table. Use dinner napkins. You know, actual cloth napkins. Remember those? Your mother used to use them. Maybe your grandmother. Anyway, stop buying paper towels! It's a waste of paper, and cloth napkins are actually cheaper in the long run, anyway.
Here's another short ar ... read more
( life / health / food / politics ) Ask Your Congresspersons to Cosponsor HR 5577, Representative Kucinich's Genetically Engineered Food Right to Know Act
"10. Almost all non-organic processed food or animal products in the U.S. today contain ingredients that come from genetically engineered crops or from animals given genetically engineered feed, vaccines or gr... read more
( life / health / safety ) Always wear your safety glasses when mowing the lawn or weed-eating. I didn't today (though I do half the time), and I got hit in the eye with a rock that was launched by the mower blade, bounced off the side of the house, and hit me in the left eye.
My first thought after I let go of the mower — which killed the engine — and pu... read more
( life / health ) Make your own (healthy) toothpaste here:
"Virtually all commercial toothpastes contain one or both of two prob ... read more
( life / health / food / plants ) A couple of them, actually. I was going to post this to blackberryrescue.com, but there is no such site. Wait, maybe I should check. You never know. Guess what? There IS such a site, but it has to do with the ubiquitous electronic device.
Anyway, on a couple of recent dog walks through t... read more
( life / health / insurance ) My insurance company, Aetna, which denied a $10,000 medical claim last year, has finally reversed its decision (after my second appeal) and decided to process the claim again.Woo-hoo!Let's see how it actually shakes out, though, before I get too excited.... read more
( life / health / politics ) Waxman represents L.A. on the west side up to Santa Monica. I bet those people take LOTS of supplements.
"Of all the sneaky tactics practiced in Washington D.C., this rece... read more
( life / health / water ) Email from anonymous to Nashville mayor regarding drinkable water shortage:
Mayor Dean, if you announce STIFF FINES for anyone exceeding HALF OF LAST MONTH'S WATER USAGE, and SUPER STIFF FINES for anyone exceeding last month's usage, you will get better... read more
( life / health / environment / computers ) There will be an E-Waste (computers, TV's, other electronics) collection held Saturday May 8 at the Walmart Supercenter located on Nolensville Pike a quarter mile south of Old Hickory Blvd. from 8 a.m. — 12 noon. Other sites will be announced as soon as possible. Please visit ... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) Hopefully, this third time is the charm!It has begun.See pictures, below.Click to zoom in (twice to zoom in 100%):
The white fence in bed #1 is for the peas to cling to once they start growing.The real fence in the background of the first picture is what I eventually finished last year bu... read more
( life / health / food / restaurants ) Calling all breakfast eaters: Does anyone know of a decent place for breakfast near Nashville's (BNA) airport? My sister is passing through town next weekend and wants to have breakfast with Elizabeth (everyone else is secondary). We have a short time frame ( or 3 hours) for breakfast be... read more
( life / health / food ) cherries and walnuts are not drugs
"In the latest volley of the US Food and Drug Administration's bizarre war on scientific freedom of speech, the FDA has sent a Warning Letter to the president and CEO of Diamond ... read more
( life / health / food ) ... for a fraction of the cost. This is the one thing that kills our food budget, but we keep buying it because my back muscles seem to need the electrolytes to keep from spasming.At least, that's what I've convinced myself of. I've been battling back problems since 1996, and this is just part of the routine I've settled into.Anyway, ... read more
( life / health / environment ) I am sooooo glad winter is over ... here in Nashville, anyway. I'm also glad we're not getting any flooding like North Dakota. Now, I need to make up for last year in my vegetable garden. Last year was a wash-out because of the late freeze warnings, combined with my back and knee problem... read more
( life / health / food / safety ) PLEASE remember to check your cupboards when you get home tonight!!!
Throw away ALL OUTDATED pancake mix, brownie mixes, Bisquick, cake and cookie mixes, etc., you have in your home.
A high school student had pancakes and it almost became fatal. His mom, a registered nurse, made him pancakes, dropped him off at school and headed to play ten... read more
( life / health / food ) Genetically-modified cotton is poisoning people in India. In this country, non-organic soybeans, corn and canola (most non-organic of these are GMO) are poisoning people. It's in corn chips and other products. They are making soybeans and corn that are Round-up ready, which means, they have pesticide IN THE FOOD, which infects and GROWS in your i... read more
( life / health / food ) Benefits of turmericTurmeric, a spice which they eat loads of in India, essentially shuts down cancer switches in the body. Especially effective for breast and prostate cancer, but really all cancers. I add turmeric to at least one meal a day, as well as cayenne which is great for the cardiovascular system and inflammation ... read more
( life / health / food / garden ) Just FYI if you were wondering, 'cuz I was.
"Broccoli.If you live in a warmer climate and can find a quick growing Broccoli variety, you can harvest well into November."Source: What to Plant Now... read more
( life / health ) I had knee surgery the other day. They removed my bursa sac that kept filling up with fluid due to an injury. The only thing I can figure is that it happened when I helped this neighbor kid stop his bike as he was coming down the hill, scared and saying, Help! I jumped in front of him and stopped him, but he and the bike were heavier, with more m ... read more
( life / health ) Well, I finally had my epidural steroid injection that I seem to need every 3 or 4 years for my bulging/ ruptured/ herniated disc (between L4 and L5, for you medics out there). I just got the shot yesterday at the Pain Management Group in Antioch. I'm already feeling better, alth... read more
( life / health / environment ) That sounds weird, but I just returned from the dump/recycling center, in my case the one on Omohundro Drive. I dropped off the old dishwasher along with my usual recycling and household trash.
Anyway, the woman there told me that today (Saturday, May 15) is an unadvertised amnesty day when you can drop off ANYTHING (other than nuclear wast... read more
( life / health / mental ) I was noticing how I'm not as good of a speller as I used be, or at least not as quick. Old age, I figured. Brain deteriorating. Oh well.
Then I decided it's not necessarily that big a deal when certain brain synapses or pathways/habits die or just get worn out. It just forces me to use other mental processes, other brain routes, sendin... read more
( life / health ) All about removing meat and dairy from your diet.
The McDougall Newsletter - Introduction to New McDougall Book — The Starch Solution.
"My recommendation for eating starches puts glazed looks on people's faces, and many dismiss me as cert... read more
( life / health / environment / politics ) From: Steve
Subject: energy crisis
Date: Friday, May 11, 2001 9:13 AM
Dear Mark Williams (KFBK talk show host, for those others getting this message)
You mentioned the $2,000 price of energy the other day, not
paid to the power generators, but to the middlemen. From what I understand, (and please
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