Jennifer Lea Reynolds – It’s no secret that the flu vaccine has the potential to destroy health and that despite such evidence, the vaccine industry continues to advocate getting one. After all, we’re bombarded with flu shot messaging, from doctors who constantly urge us to get one to outdoor electronic advertisements that beg you to “Get Your Flu Shots Here.”
Wouldn’t it be nice to see flu shots just go away altogether? It would also be nice if there were a cure for the flu, right?
Well, according to researchers in Japan, there is a cure.
It is being reported that Japanese researchers have developed a drug that can cure people of any flu. Even better, the researchers maintain that the drug, which is set for release in 2018 and has already shown a “high degree of its effectiveness” in clinical trials, can cure people of the flu in just one day.
Drug that could eradicate flu proving effective, but mainstream media in America staying quiet
Mike Adams – This insane example is illustrative of the depths to which the American health care system – or as Mike calls it, the ‘sick care system’ – has sunk in recent years. How is it possible that a nurse licensed by the New Jersey Board of Nursing would even consider using the same syringe twice – much less 70 times?
The incident could lead to very serious health consequences for all involved. What makes it even scarier for the victims is that many of the diseases that may have been transmitted by the dirty syringe won’t show up in blood tests for several months. Imagine how it must feel to have to wonder for several months whether or not you have contracted a deadly disease due to a nurse’s horrendous incompetence?
But these are just a few small examples of how our ‘sick care system’ can make you sick – or even kill you! Just ask any veteran about the so-called health care system that waits soldiers when they return home injured or with a case of PTSD.
In many cases, our veterans are receiving no care at all and are dying before they ever get a chance to see a doctor.
The $100 billion cancer industry fraud
The next topic addressed by Mike and Jim in this edition of Health Revolt is the $100 billion dollar chemotherapy scam created by the cancer industry. One of the reasons the industry makes so much money is because the “treatments” it relies on actually cause more cancer.
Christina Sarich – How do you continue to push GM crops on a population that has overwhelmingly voted against them in poll after poll? You start a campaign similar to the one the tobacco industry began in the 1920’s with the help of Edward Bernays to discredit any naysayers and even put doctors in commercials smoking cigarettes. You also do whatever it takes to buy out ‘real’ scientists and call those into question who inquire about the true safety of GM foods. You label them anti-science and discredit their credentials.
“First, there has been a tendency to label anyone who dislikes GMOs as anti-science — and put them in the anti-antibiotics, anti-vaccine, even Luddite category. There is, of course, nothing scientific about the comparison. Nor is the scholastic invocation of a “consensus” a valid scientific argument.
Interestingly, there are similarities between arguments that are pro-GMO and snake oil, the latter having relied on a cosmetic definition of science. The charge of “therapeutic nihilism” was leveled at people who contested snake oil medicine at the turn of the 20th century. (At that time, anything with the appearance of sophistication was considered “progress”.)”Continue reading →
Daniel Barker – In the original Star Trek series, Dr. “Bones” McCoy used a handheld device called a tricorder which could, among other things, instantly diagnose a patient’s health status by reading his or her DNA.
The original series was set in the 23rd century, but here in the 21st century, a similar device has already been developed and it’s being hailed as a revolutionary step towards “the democratization of sequencing.”
The device, called MinION, is not only small and portable – about the size of an older-model mobile phone – it’s also inexpensive. The MinION sells for around $1,000 and its potential uses are almost limitless.
The handheld device is in its early stages of development, but it is already being put to good use by scientists in the field. For example, MinION has been used in Guinea to read the genomes of Ebola samples and will be put to use by astronauts on the International Space Station in the coming months to read DNA samples in space for the first time.
Enormous potential, myriad uses
Although there were performance glitches in the prototype, the latest version of MinION appears to work very well. It’s not as powerful or accurate as some of the larger stationary DNA analysis machines, and it can’t read something as complex as complete human DNA strands, but it is able to perform a number of very useful functions.
Arjun Walia – Epigenetics is a branch of biology which studies how the development and functioning of biological systems are influenced by forces that operate outside of the DNA sequence. Within the past few years alone, remarkable discoveries have been made which demonstrate that our thoughts, emotions, feelings, and overall perception of the world/environment around us can actually have physical/biological effects on our DNA.
Adding further complexity to our often mystifying genetic code, research from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia has shown that it’s possible for information to be inherited biologically through our DNA. More specifically, their research shows that behaviour can be affected by events in previous generations which have been passed on through a form of genetic memory.
Published a couple of years ago in the journal Nature Neuroscience, the findings of this study corroborates with other recent research in the field.(source)(source
The study found that mice can pass on learned information about traumatic or stressful experiences to subsequent generations — in this case, the smell of a cherry blossom. These results could explain why people suffer from phobias, or why certain behaviours or thoughts are triggered by particular objects or situations: Continue reading →
Danielle Fagan – We may brush our teeth, wash our hands, and bathe our bodies every day, but not many of us know how to keep energetically clean. If we’re living a balanced lifestyle, this should happen naturally. When we’re overworked, malnourished, and sleep deprived, however, our energetic hygiene can get neglected.
Why is this important? Because when we look at our bodies under a strong enough microscope, we see that we’re essentially made up of atoms– which is energy. An organism’s energy is not restricted to just its physical form but extends outward in an egg shape. The egg shaped energy is what we call the aura and it can be witnessed using Kirlian photography. Just like the body, the aura needs to be taken care of to ensure optimum health.
If your aura needs to be cleansed you may feel:
A “heavy” feeling over or around you
By cleansing your aura daily (ideally in the morning and night), you rid yourself of negative energies that you’ve picked up from your environment or the people around you. Continue reading →