Study Reports Daily Aspirin is Not a Magic Bullet
Story Highlights For many years, doctors have recommended a daily low-dose aspirin to reduce the risk for heart attacks, strokes, cancer and other health problems. A new study alleges that common practice has no benefit for healthy older adults, instead reporting an increased risk of mortality from all causes for those taking aspirin compared to a […]
Vaccine Boom, Population Bust
Study queries the link between HPV vaccine and soaring infertility A plague is spreading silently across the globe. The young generation in America, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Japan, Australia—in virtually every western country—is afflicted by rapidly increasing rates of infertility. This spring, the United States reported its lowest birth rate in 30 years, despite an economic […]
A DES Daughter’s Perspective on Cervical Cancer and the HPV Vaccine
DES daughters have unique credentials and knowledge regarding cervical cancer. We have become cervical cancer “experts” based on our own shared experiences and through our knowledge of DES research. We also have the advantage of acquiring this knowledge about cervical cancer before HPV was even detected; and before HPV tests and HPV vaccines were developed. We know that there are two main types of cervical cancer: the slow-developing…
Has a New Organ in the Human Body Been Discovered?
Pathologist Neil Theise, MD of New York University and endoscopy experts David Carr-Locke, MD and Petros Benias, MD of New York’s Mount Sinai Beth Israel recently announced the results of a study in which they discovered a previously unrecognized “organ” of the human body, and they say it might be the biggest one of them all. Dubbed “the Interstitia,” the structure the scientists identified…
Tamiflu Again Linked to Extreme Adverse Reactions
Three separate families have blamed Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche’s antiviral drug Tamiflu (oseltamivir) for drug-induced very serious side effects—including a suicide—following administration of Tamiflu to their children during the 2017-2018 influenza season. There have been numerous cases reported in past years indicating a connection between the use of this antiviral drug…
Pasteur vs Béchamp: The Germ Theory Debate
“Louis Pasteur was a French chemist-turned-microbiologist, who proved the existence of microbes in air. His pioneering studies laid the foundation for the modern-day understanding of diseases, their etiology as well as vaccine development.” How that quotation is interpreted—whether as high praise or condemnation—depends on the perspective.
Sudden Infant Deaths Remain High in the U.S.
A recent report by WTVM television of Columbus, GA claimed, “Three to four babies a week are dying in Georgia due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) or other sleep related causes.” In 2015, there were 170 sleep-related infant deaths in Georgia alone, up from previous years.
Mystery of the Diminishing Sperm Counts
There appears to be a male fertility crisis in the making, notably within the developed world. The problem has been highlighted in numerous articles in the Western media this year—largely in response to the publication of a major study conducted by a team of researchers led by Hagai Levine, MD, MPH of Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The study, a meta-analysis of 185 studies…
The Hidden Dangers of Tattoos
Along with a growing movement of consumers turning their backs on GMO and processed foods, toxic pesticides, mandatory vaccinations, mercury dental amalgams and fluoride treated drinking water, another and curiously contradictory trend is also sweeping the country…
Blood Transfusion Trial and Errors Through the Ages
In centuries past, blood was considered one of the four “humors” that made up living matter: Blood, phlegm, yellow bile, and black bile. From ancient Greece to the Age of Renaissance, these four elements were said not only to work together to order the nutrition, growth and metabolism of the body but also to dictate…