Have you ever thought about going to the chiropractor? Maybe you’ve had a couple of visits to a chiropractor recently.
Chiropractic medicine has gotten a bad rap over the years, but there are a lot of proven health benefits to having proper spine alignment. More medical practitioners and insurance companies recognize these benefits, so they’ll refer patients to chiropractors for a variety of issues.
Do you want to know more about your spine and what good spine alignment can do for your life?
Read on to discover everything you wanted to know about your spine. Continue reading “Ways Proper Spine Alignment Can Change Your Life”
Have you ever thought about what your life would be like if you were a little bit bolder? Maybe you would have asked out that person you had a crush on. Maybe you would have fought harder for that raise or promotion at work. Maybe you would have simply stood up for yourself when your neighbor started accusing you of wrongdoing.
Boldness is a somewhat vague quality, so let’s define it. Boldness means being willing to act, rather than preferring inaction or procrastination. It often means acting with courage or confidence, rather than uncertainty.
So why is this so beneficial and how can you work to become bolder? Continue reading “The Benefits of Living Life Boldly (and How to Do It)”
Mary O’Malley – I want to offer you a healing invitation. No matter what you do with this invitation, it will bring clarity into your life:
Go to a mirror and really see your face. This is not a quick glance. This is seeing your face as if you’ve never seen it before. Be fascinated. Be interested! Stay with this as long as you can.
Now, one of three things happened when you heard this invitation. The first is that you reacted and contracted, saying, “Heck no!” or just thought, “I don’t have time for this.” The second is that you went to the mirror and all you saw was what is wrong about your face. Continue reading “Belonging to Yourself”
Children’s Health Defense – Throughout the 20th century, the U.S. and other Western nations made progress tackling problems related to nutrition, sanitation, hygiene, water, garbage and pests. With these improvements, the death rates from childhood infectious diseases plummeted—long before the advent of vaccines for those illnesses. U.S. vital statistics affirm that the measles mortality (death) rate had dropped 99.4% before introduction of the first measles vaccine in 1963.
Fuzzy measles math
Prior to the measles vaccine’s U.S. introduction, the estimated number of measles cases annually was between 4 and 6.5 million (depending on the source). The government-reported mortality rate—pre-vaccine—was approximately 1 in 10,000 cases. So why do today’s media often report it as 1 in 1,000 cases? This appears to be an attempt to exaggerate the facts and promote fear to drive the vaccine mandate agenda. Continue reading “Getting the Measles in Modern-Day America—Not Nearly as Dangerous as Portrayed”
Alexandra Bruce – My friend, Jeff Berwick, the Dollar Vigilante and Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange trespassed onto Jeffrey Epstein’s island yesterday and have posted the first footage taken from the ground of such world-famous sites as the weird temple, the sundial, a utility room that some had speculated was an “underground entrance” and a rectangular area that some have called a “sacrificial arena”. The latter is strangely disguised as a tennis court on Google Maps but its earthen walls are now being used to enclose a small fleet of utility vehicles.
Although they were able to enter an unlocked outbuilding that has been used as an office, all the computers were removed during a recent FBI raid. They also found that the temple structure is basically a cheap, poured concrete bunker. The blue and white masonry and the big wooden door are just painted on. Berwick notes that the whole place is like a Hollywood set. There’s even a big plastic cow grazing next to the beach. Continue reading “First-Ever Look Inside Epstein’s Private Island [Video]”