(Mateo Sol) No matter who you are, what you’ve done or what stage of life you’re at, there’s ONE thing you absolutely must incorporate into your life. And that is self-care.
(Earl Garcia) Women who use certain antibiotics during early pregnancy are at an increased risk of suffering miscarriage, according to a recent study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. As part of the study, a team of researchers at the University of Montreal in Canada pooled data from the Quebec Pregnancy Cohortbetween 1998 and 2009. The experts compared cases of the more than 8,700 women who had a miscarriage during early pregnancy against about 87,000 women who did not. The participants’ age ranged between 15 and 45 years old.
(S.D. Wells) One in every three Americans will “contract” some form of cancer in their lifetime, and only about 50 percent will survive that attack. Those are some grim statistics, huh? Now get this: Has any doctor reviewed with you or your loved ones the odds of chemotherapy actually working, or what the statistics are for Americans getting killed by the now infamous chemical medicine that’s supposedly “designed” to kill the cancer?
(Justin Deschamps) The following article is an in-depth and cohesive presentation of the problems that can arise from failing to process and release negative emotions. Emotions are energy, and the body is a capacitor, literally capable of storing electrical energy that itself has information. When we learn how to release this energy in a healthy way, it liberates our consciousness to grow as well as improves our emotional balance and overall state of being.
(Marco Torres) There are many medicinal herbs that grow well indoors and cannabis is one of them. Besides the many medicinal wonders of cannabis itself, the benefits of growing your own plants are many:
(Dr. Mercola) In his book “The Dorito Effect: The Surprising New Truth About Food and Flavor,” award-winning journalist and author, Mark Schatzker, investigates the introduction of flavor into the industrialized food supply. An investigative journalist by profession, Schatzker’s curiosity about flavor led him to eventually write two books addressing this issue. The first, “Steak: One Man’s […]
(Andy Whiteley) Would you be surprised to find a company with the same name as your country registered with the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Washington DC?
(Vicki Batts) Telling the truth about a scandal that hasn’t been approved by the legacy media and their owners often yields a predictable result: You’ll be labeled a conspiracy theorist — even when there is plenty of evidence to support the truth. Comfortable lies may help some people sleep at night, but the truth is that many supposed “conspiracy theories” are actually real, and are supported by science. Who would have thought? Here are five truths that are widely misrepresented as conspiracy theories, and the evidence which supports them:
(Hilde Larsen) The word success has many connotations. Webster’s dictionary has several definitions; Getting or achieving wealth, respect or fame, and reaching the desired or correct result of an attempt. But there are probably as many thoughts and opinions on what constitutes success as there are people going after and hungering for it.
(Raven) It has recently been suggested that people from all around the globe have been reporting weird feelings and symptoms.
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Every year, beginning on March 19th and ending about 40 days later, on May 1st, the dark elite carry out what is known as the Season of Sacrifice. This is when false flag attacks occur with greater frequency. It is a time for those brave enough to recognize these truths to be vigilant against what will likely be a series of psychological warfare operations designed to manipulate the minds of the people. In the following article, we’ll review the evidence and historical basis for why this assertion is likely correct.
(Dr. Mercola) About 11 percent of U.S. children (or 6.4 million) have been diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD),1 which is characterized by a pattern of inattention, hyperactivity and/or impulsivity that interferes with learning, daily functioning and relationships. Rates have been increasing by about 5 percent a year.2
by Justin Deschamps, Motivation is an essential part of life. But not all forms of motivation are sustainable or conducive to a healthy mind and body. In our modern-day world, we have been trained to use reward and punishment techniques (behaviorism), but these ultimately come at the cost of long-lasting motivation. The most successful and happy […]