PROOF that vaccines target blacks for depopulation: Published science paper identifies infertility chemical secretly spiked into vaccines for African women

Call it the Age of Transparency, if you wish, but the dark secrets behind almost every once-trusted institution are now being exposed for all to see. Public trust in already shattered in the treasonous FBI, the corrupt CDC, the “fake news” mainstream media and the farce of conventional medicine. On Continue Reading

Nestle accused of using JUNK SCIENCE to market infant formula products to gullible women

Swiss food giant Nestle is coming under fire for misleading consumers using nutritional claims regarding its infant formulas. A report by the Dutch group Changing Markets Foundation and Globalization Monitor that investigated the way Nestle markets infant formula around the world found that their health claims regarding nutrition and ingredients Continue Reading

FAKE SCIENCE: New JAMA study falsely claims no benefit for heart disease sufferers taking omega 3s – but there are major flaws in their “research”

When a natural cure starts to gain a lot of attention for its efficacy in treating a particular ailment, those who profit from the conventional medical treatments do their best to downplay its abilities and protect their income stream. A recent meta-analysis in JAMA Cardiology casting doubt on omega-3 supplementation’s Continue Reading

Big Pharma’s contradictory JUNK SCIENCE: Merck pulls “promising” Alzheimer’s drug from trials the same day Cleveland Clinic hails its success

Testing on what drug giant Merck & Co. had tried to claim was going to be a breakthrough new remedy for Alzheimer’s disease came to a sudden halt recently after it was determined that the drug in question actually doesn’t work at all. But interestingly enough, the trial’s cessation occurred Continue Reading

New science study examines maintaining proper calcium levels for health and homeostasis

A new study that was published in an issue of the journal Food Science and Human Wellness has taken the initiative of reviewing the key elements of calcium homeostasis (the process of maintaining adequate levels of calcium in the body) which include bone calcium resorption, calcium sensing receptor regulation, intestinal Continue Reading

Science confirms that a diet of vegetables, fruit, whole grains is good for body and mind

Depression is common in older adults, and even more so in people who have memory problems, vascular conditions – such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol – or people who previously have had a stroke. Earlier scientific literature, however, has shown that healthy lifestyle changes are associated with lower depression Continue Reading

Memories “lost” to Alzheimer’s can be retrieved; they’re not destroyed after all, new science discovers

Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating condition, known for its potential to wipe away its sufferers’ most treasured memories — but recent research has inspired new hope for those who struggle with memory loss. A team of scientists from Columbia University Medical Center has discovered that it may be possible to Continue Reading

The science behind a party trick may lead to a breakthrough in brain research

Researchers suggested that the popular bottle-breaking trick may help in traumatic brain injury research, as reported by the Science Daily. Researchers from Brigham Young University (BYU), Utah State University, and the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology claimed that their findings on a phenomenon in liquid dynamics could give insight in Continue Reading

Breakthrough science study confirms that probiotics can improve depression symptoms

Probiotics have a reputation for being a boon to gut health, but it may also have unexpected positive effects on mental health, according to new research. A study published in the medical journal Gastroenterology suggested that probiotics may be helpful in improving symptoms in patients with depression, reported. For the study, researchers Continue Reading

Sensationalized science: New study suggests more than a quarter of scientific papers “spin” results

Headlines about health studies often leave people confused and frustrated, with a study claiming that a certain food is bad for you often contradicted by one that says the opposite just days or months later. When you throw the financial interests of various studies’ sponsors into the mix, it’s no Continue Reading