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Surviving and thriving with iodine

How potassium iodide can make the difference between surviving and thriving after disaster The big deal: Iodine is critical for every cell in the human body to function normally. When our bodies are deficient of elemental iodine and potassium iodide, … Continue reading

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Surviving and thriving with baking soda

How to thrive after you survive using baking soda The big deal: After surviving a nuclear or chemical attack or event, the kidneys are the first organs distressed and damaged from chemical, uranium and radiation exposure. Military guidelines suggest doses … Continue reading

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Are you ready to bug-out?

Nuclear disaster? What’s in your emergency bug-out bag? A prepper must-have for medium to long-term survival after any cataclysmic disaster is lots of iodine. Remember what happened after Fukushima? Iodine was bought up within hours and was not available for … Continue reading

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Over-vaccinated

What is causing the majority of our children to exhibit “immune overload”? This is a rapidly rising medical condition that threatens the lives of our children as much or even more than common mumps, measles, polio, chickenpox, diphtheria and other … Continue reading

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Radiation wipes out stem cells

Ionizing radiation exposure, whether accidental or deliberate, can be fatal. This is because of the widespread destruction that radiation does to hematopoietic stem cells in the bone marrow that make all blood cells. Some cancer treatments irradiate malignancies to destroy … Continue reading

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Getting zapped to death

Cardiology diagnostic procedures account for 40% of patient radiology exposure from X-rays, MRIs and CT scans. The stunning average for one cardiology patient is the equivalent to 50 chest X-rays per person per year. Now cardiologists are being urged to … Continue reading

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That pesky Fukushima problem…

In the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, thyroid cancer cases soared four years after the meltdown event. Already in Fukushima Japan we see this trend starting with a new thyroid cancer rate in children shooting up dozens of times higher than usual. … Continue reading

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Chemo brain

Chemotherapy/radiation cancer treatments carry an average 2.1% “survival” rate over 5 years. But death isn’t the only “side effect” of chemo/radiation. Most chemo/radiation survivors report difficulties in attention, concentration, multitasking, short-term memory and in learning new material. These symptoms of … Continue reading

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A real pain in the gut

The cells that line the lumen of the intestine prevent food particles, fungus, bacteria and bacterial products from leaking into the body. These cells are held together by “tight junctions.” Several things we do and eat can actually destroy these … Continue reading

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Docs who refuse to acknowledge truth

Study after study show that men with low-risk prostate cancer are being over-treated. There is also a wide disparity in the truth of information that doctors are telling men. Not many doctors actually tell their patients the truth of the … Continue reading

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Ritalin for mice?

Yale researchers exposed pregnant mice to cell phones and found subsequent born mice had distinct behavior changes that closely resembled ADHD in humans. The baby mice that were exposed to the cell phone radiation had memory problems and were more … Continue reading

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