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Long Before Pills, Our Ancestors Used These 12 Natural Antibiotics to Survive Infections

By J. D. Heyes – Natural News

(NaturalNews) As readers of Natural News are well aware, the medical industry, in collusion with Big Pharma,  has been over-prescribing antibiotics for years, resulting in… 112 more words

Survival Skills And Tips

A study in a prominent medical journal concludes errors by doctors and hospitals kill over 250,000 people a year in the US

Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

Disturbing information here regarding the goings on within the medical profession. My own contacts within the nursing profession, experiences of friends and family, and recent revelations like those in this article have lead me to believe we need to exercise extreme vigilance concerning our loved ones’ treatment within our medical system. 360 more words


Thousands of people Unaware of "Do not resuscitate" orders

A huge number of individuals in England are having “do not resuscitate” orders forced on them without their family’s consent, a review has found.

According to audit by The Royal College of Physicians it has come to light that one in five families of over 9,000 dying patients were discovered to have not been made aware of the “DNR” orders imposed upon their relatives. 216 more words


So I guess my blog has become a combo: gluten free and cancer experience. Never thought I’d be putting those two together.

No matter what life throws at you, you can never give up. 428 more words

Follow Up on yesterday's post.

I believe you’ll find this interesting. I know I did. Sadly it was included as part of one of my CEU classes. If we’re teaching that this is an issue, why is the medical industry so slow to change? 12 more words

Reality Check

Mandatory euthanasia coming soon to California so that medical industry can harvest organs from everyone right before killing them

Source: Natural News, by L.J. Devon

In medical systems around the world, the hunt for viable, transplantable organs is on. The knowledgeable Jan Bollen of the Maastricht University Medical Centre points this out in two separate papers published this year in the American Journal of Transplantation and in the Journal of Medical Ethics. 316 more words


Film Shares Family’s Sickle Cell Journey

Sickle Cell disease, an inherited blood disorder that prevents hemoglobin from delivering oxygen to blood, counts among the most inconspicuous ailments of its kind.

So much so that medical professionals often mischaracterize symptoms that show up in those carrying the trait as something less daunting. 223 more words