History Loves Repeating Itself

December 14, 2017

It’s obvious to me that history loves repeating itself because it does it all the time. We live in the moment; we have nothing tethering us to past history on any level. I suppose they still teach history in school, but it’s not something that kids care about – it’s meaningless for them. They probably […]

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A Sugar-Free Half Century 

December 7, 2017

What would the world be like if we didn’t become so addicted to sugar over the past half century? If allopathic medicine, which claims to be scientifically-based, had listened to scientists 50 years ago about the dangers of sugar, we could be living in a totally different world. After all, the FDA’s given mandate is […]

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Breakthrough Your Barriers Summit

November 29, 2017

The Breakthrough Your Barriers Summit with Dr. Jeanine Staples marks the end of my Summit career! I had formally retired after participating in 75 online Summits but Jeanine felt I had one last good Summit in me! Dr. Jeanine is quite a persuasive goddess and she used all her PhD Psychology techniques to draw me […]

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A Nation of Hypertensives!

November 28, 2017

Guess what? According to the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology half of the US population has hypertension because of their new BP guidelines. Who set the guidelines? Doctors that recommend BP meds, that’s who. The three doctors listed on the “2017 Guideline for High Blood Pressure in Adults” all have citations […]

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Beware The Chip Body

November 23, 2017

I’ve been bemoaning the fate of our world in the hands of pharmaceutical drug pushers for decades. But my concerns have been ratcheted up a few more notches with the news that The FDA approves the first digital pill to TRACK patients. The drugs are not new but the embedded sensor made by a Japanese pharmaceutical […]

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Medieval Medicine 

November 17, 2017

I wrote “Death by Modern Medicine” with the sarcasm evident in the title but I think it’s time that medicine accepted its true nature – Medieval Medicine. In the midst of writing this blog about the history of medicine my Master WebMaster asked “Why does “modern medicine” seem so medieval? I think medicine has always […]

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Heart Stents Don’t Work

November 14, 2017

Gina Kolata, science and medicine reporter at the New York Times writes “Unbelievable: Heart Stents Fail to Ease Chest Pain.” It’s quite a shocker to learn that the so-called surgical solution to coronary artery disease is just another dud! Kolata follows a lawyer in her article, who was actually on the operating table to get stented […]

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Flu Vaccines Don’t Work

November 12, 2017

Mike Adams has hit another one out of the ballpark with his exposé of the failed flu vaccine. His article is titled “Vaccine industry in panic as scientific study solves the riddle of why flu shots don’t work.” An Oct. 23, 2017 study published in PLoS discovered the reason vaccines can’t work is because the method of culturing influenza […]

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Beware Biohacking

November 8, 2017

How can Biohacking work if the hacking tools you use are all wrong? That’s right! Biohacking is only as good as the tech and tools used to collect the data. Data is useless if it’s wrong! But most young people who gravitate to the world of “Biohacking” don’t know that the tools are defective. Most […]

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Magnesium Energy Drinks

November 6, 2017

A recent title on Medscape caught my eye “Can Energy Drinks Lead To Future Substance Abuse?” Several years ago Business Insider wrote about “The Marketing Strategy This Energy Drink Used To Take On Red Bull And Become A Billion Dollar Brand.” Red Bull is an addictive caffeine and sugar sandwich with some synthetic taurine and synthetic B vitamins thrown […]

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