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Blood pressure science paper in a pharmacology journal RETRACTED after data manipulation discovered

A 2011 paper published in the British Journal of Pharmacology (BJP) has been retracted after it was found that data represented in the study were manipulated. The paper, entitled, “Mice lacking the Raf-1 kinase inhibitor protein exhibit exaggerated hypoxia-induced pulmonary

Gender dysphoria is a “social contagion” spreading through peer pressure and propaganda, warns expert

No credible doctor would ever tell a “cutter” that her destructive habit of inflicting physical harm on herself is a normal part or her identity. Nor would a trustworthy physician ever tell a bulimic who purposely throws up her food

California, New York roll out taxpayer-funded health care for illegal aliens; the sick will now flock to these states en masse

California Governor Gavin Newsom and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio are rolling out new “free” healthcare initiatives for illegal immigrants. While illegals may be able to access care in these areas free of charge, it will cost tax-paying Americans a

Should pregnant women be eating mayonnaise?

Do you like sushi or egg salad? If you’re pregnant, you may need to avoid these foods, especially since you have to be twice as careful about your diet if you’re with child. Don’t risk your health by eating something that

Is your mouth poisoning your body? Studies show that people with toxic levels of mercury usually get it from their fillings

Based on studies by government agencies and medical researchers, people who have high levels of mercury usually obtain it from their dental amalgam fillings. Dental amalgam is a dental filling component that is used to fill cavities caused by tooth

Same excitotoxin that damages brain cells is also being deliberately added to vaccines, reveals CDC document

A staple in food seasonings used make recipes more flavorful, monosodium glutamate (MSG), hides a toxicity that is often overlooked due to its apparent usefulness in the kitchen. MSG was initially thought to be safe, as it is a naturally

If you are fasting, don’t go shopping: Study finds shopping hungry usually leads to more high-calorie purchases

A team of researchers at Cornell University suggests that shopping for groceries on an empty stomach will lead to the purchase of high-calorie foods. Aner Tal, lead author of the study, said that people tend to skip meals because of dieting,

Dreamless sleep actually contributes to illness, according to sleep expert

According to a recently published comprehensive review of data, dreamless sleep can contribute to illness, as reported on Science Daily. Rubin Naiman, a sleep and dream specialist at the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, examined data regarding the causes and

Carriers of a non-O blood type are more likely to suffer a heart attack, new research finds

Your blood type could determine your susceptibility to a heart attack. People whose blood types fell into a non-O blood group are at higher risk of heart attack and stroke, claim the researchers behind a compelling new study. The Dutch

The risk factors of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S., but recent studies have ranked it third after they found that deaths caused by this disease were underreported. In addition, many people who potentially have Alzheimer’s never receive

The dangers of aspartame explained

Whether you have diabetes or you’re trying to lessen your sugar intake, chances are you’ve already replaced table sugar (sucrose) with an artificial sweetener called aspartame. This sugar substitute has fewer calories, but studies have shown that the use of

“Mystery virus” spreading like wildfire across U.S. population, putting people in bed for a MONTH… is this a depopulation bioweapon experiment?

A cough can be rather annoying, especially when it keeps you up at night, but you can usually take comfort from knowing that it tends to run its course rather quickly and you’ll be back to normal in no time.

94% of Americans who grew up during the era of leaded gasoline found to be lead poisoned and brain damaged

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that 94 percent of Americans who were exposed to leaded gasoline in childhood may show signs of lower IQ scores and socioeconomic status in adulthood. Health experts

More reasons to soak up that healthy sunlight: Low levels of vitamin D linked to inflammatory markers

Vitamin D is an important nutrient that plays a pivotal role in preventing diseases like cancer and diabetes. Unfortunately, a large portion of the world’s population is grossly deficient in this essential nutrient. Estimates show that approximately 1 billion people suffer from

High consumption of lycopene-rich foods improves cardiovascular health

Cardiovascular disease is one of the leading health problems in the world. Recent estimates by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that cardiovascular disease accounts for nearly 610,000 deaths every year. This shows that there is an urgent

Assessing the dietary profiles of adults with varying levels of organic food consumption

A study by scientists from various research institutes in France investigated the effects of organic food intake on the overall quality of a person’s diet. Their findings, which were published in the journal Public Health Nutrition, showed that adults who ate more

Strength training can reduce your risk of cancer-related death by a substantial 31%

Countless studies have shown just how important exercise is for preventing chronic diseases including cancer. However, the majority of these studies focus on aerobic exercise, so much so that other forms of exercise like strength training are disregarded. A recent study from

Vaccine shot killed famed cancer doctor in mere minutes from “total organ failure” … state-run media desperately tries to cover it up

Dr. Martin Gore, a widely celebrated cancer doctor credited with “saving thousands of lives” died from “total organ failure” just minutes after receiving a vaccine shot yesterday. Dr. Gore was a professor of cancer medicine at the Institute of Cancer

More reasons to soak up that healthy sunlight: Low levels of vitamin D linked to inflammatory markers

Vitamin D is an important nutrient that plays a pivotal role in preventing diseases like cancer and diabetes. Unfortunately, a large portion of the world’s population is grossly deficient in this essential nutrient. Estimates show that approximately 1 billion people suffer from

RIDICULOUS: Researchers want children born to overweight mothers to lose the weight artificially; resulting in a potential drug problem

Instead of encouraging the young to lose weight naturally, researchers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia are attempting to prevent weight gain among children born to overweight mothers artificially. In a flabbergasting new study, scientists say