Doctor Baratosy Knows There Are No True Placebos In Vaccine Testing

Doctor Baratosy Knows There Are No True Placebos In Vaccine Testing

“The orthodoxy look at it as their sacred cow. Nothing bad can be said about it…yet when the topic is looked at closely, vaccination may not be as great or as safe as the orthodoxy maintain. Many diseases have declined and the orthodoxy claim this is due to vaccination. However if we look at the historical trend, many diseases had been declining for a very long time before vaccination was even introduced. The incidence of some diseases had dropped over 90% before vaccines were even introduced.

One of the flaws in studies of vaccines is that there are no true placebo groups. The vaccine is tested in one group of immunized children and is compared to another group of immunized children. My advantage is that I have a group of children under my care whose parents have decided not to immunize and I can compare these children with immunized children. … Read the rest

Behind The Scenes of The Japanese Symposium on The Tragic HPV Vaccine Outcomes

Behind The Scenes of The Japanese Symposium on The Tragic HPV Vaccine Outcomes

If Japan can have a public and honest debate about vaccines, why can’t we have that same debate here in Australia?
The Japanese Ministry of Health secretly planned a visit to London for sometime in October 2013 to have discussions on the HPV vaccines with officials in the UK Department of Health and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). This delegation also wanted to speak with scientific and medical experts who were independent of pharmaceutical industry conflicts of interest.

A one Mr. Tetsuya Miyamoto, Director of the Office of Vaccination Policy at the Ministry of Health led that secret mission to get ALL the information about the HPV vaccine.

There had been a spate of very nasty HPV vaccine adverse reactions in Japanese girls and their government was determined to find out if the vaccine was in fact harming those girls.

The Japanese symposium and debate was organized … Read the rest

Doctor: “We Were Told To “Ignore the Inserts, That’s Lawyer Jargon”

Doctor: “We Were Told To “Ignore the Inserts, That’s Lawyer Jargon”

Dr Benton is on the board of Physicians for Informed Consent and in this interview she describes how she went from medical school trained doctor with zero vaccine information to questioning vaccines. She stopped vaccinating her children at child number three. Also included in this interview is a roundup of her very interesting discussion with the CDC (See the reference section for the full interview).

“I’m Cammy Benton and I finished Medical School in 2000. Then I did an additional transitionary year and then three more years of medicine residency at Chapel Hill.

We were told on our rotations that vaccines were safe and effective. Here’s a schedule. Ignore the inserts…that’s lawyer jargon. They show us pictures of children in Africa dying and we don’t want this back. I remember we had an ethics class on whether or not we should still keep people who don’t vaccinate and we decided … Read the rest

Healing the Gut–will new AI technology make your MD obsolete?

Healing the Gut–will new AI technology make your MD obsolete?

“So, I want to give you a sense of the
amount of data that you can get from a single sample, right? If I get stool
sample and go through the lab process and generate the data that corresponds to
that one sample, it’s several gigabytes of data. In fact, if you think about it
as the number of books that you might want to read or something, in one sample
there’s the equivalent of a public library’s worth of books.” Guru Banavar from
the Interconnected series

Imagine a world where
everything you need to know about yourself was as close as your bathroom.  Years ago, stool specimens were mostly used
for detecting occult blood, bacteria or parasites.  Artificial Intelligence data can now give you
an entire library of information about your gut microbiome from one stool
specimen—the deficiencies in nutrients, and toxicities that are causing
inflammation.

The root cause … Read the rest

Eat to live, not to get sick and die early

Eat to live, not to get sick and die early

Most people involved with natural healing usually advise specific
vitamin, mineral, or other food supplements, depending upon the state of health
of the person desiring to reverse something.

There is a lot of research being done to further understand
the physiological effects of these food factors.

The use of these natural
substances as medication has been hotly contested by most of the medical
profession. The average conventional physician feels that all factors necessary
for health can be gotten through the SAD (Standard American Diet) and that
additional supplements are a waste of money.

Practitioners that practice
natural healing feel that the SAD, in no way, supplies these needed elements in
quantities to promote health for several reasons.

For one, our foods are grown on
soils that have been depleted by intensive farming since 1940, using
petro-chemical fertilizers instead of manure, without a clue about the proper
understanding of the organic … Read the rest

Hand Sanitizer: Does it work??

Hand Sanitizer: Does it work??

Washing hands with soap and water is the best way to avoid getting sick and spreading germs. When this gel first hit the market, we were prone to believe it would stop all germs in their tracks.  However, in certain situations, soap and water are not available. When this occurs, according to the CDC, using alcohol -based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol can be effective. Alcohol concentration between 60-90% can successfully help kill germs. When correctly used, alcohol-based hand sanitizer can kill many types of microbes, understand that soap and water are most effective at killing more strains of germs. Application must involve spreading the sanitizer over the entire hand. However, when the hands are too greasy or soiled, sanitizer will not be as effective. They also do not remove harmful chemicals such as pesticides.

Hand sanitizers are now found everywhere. They’re in
hospitals, bathrooms, restaurants, and in … Read the rest

How To Have A Healthy Pregnancy And Birth

How To Have A Healthy Pregnancy And Birth

There are all sorts of moms out there. Some moms eat chips and cookies for snacks; other moms eat broccoli, beets and sometimes hemp seeds for snacks. But one thing is for sure, we all need moms who can remain healthy and live a long life, because moms are very important. Moms show us that we should never give up on staying healthy and never settle on treatments that just exacerbate our pain or illness. Also, moms show us how to fight for our health, because no one else will, often not even within our own family.

I am of course talking about friends and family who mean well, but have absolutely no idea what it takes to get and stay healthy, yet will urge you to “go see a doctor”. That happened to my wife some years back and she listened to everyone around her, yet after experiencing the … Read the rest

How to Get Kyle Chandler’s Textured Hairstyle

How to Get Kyle Chandler’s Textured Hairstyle

The inimitable Kyle Chandler is on screens large and small this summer. He’s in for a monster haul at the box office with Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and streaming into homes across the U.S. with Hulu’s Catch-22.

But he’s making waves for more than just his acting chops. His textured hair has the volume and movement surfers dream of, as seen in Chandler’s June 2019 Men’s Journal cover shoot. It’s enhanced even further by gray hairs, and is an all-out showcase of his natural gifts.

It’s a look that’s easily imitated, too—with a few restrictions. It you want to sport Chandler’s hairstyle for yourself, then follow these tips from barber Eli Shaffer, of Blind Barber Highland Park. Shaffer outlines the kind of hair this style requires, how to modify it for a receding hairline, what … Read the rest

The Latest Timex + Todd Snyder Watch Is the Perfect Father’s Day Present

The Latest Timex + Todd Snyder Watch Is the Perfect Father’s Day Present

Todd Snyder just has a gift for finding the sweet spot between nostalgic romance and modern feasibility. His savvy blend of contemporary fashion with timeless style comes through in most of his designs—though we particularly love the collaborations. The brand’s latest collab with legendary watch brand Timex is one for the ages.

Introducing the Timex + Todd Snyder Welton Bi-Metal Quartz watch.

Todd Snyder

The story goes something like this: While browsing through the Timex archives one day, Todd’s eye was captured by a long-forgotten timepiece that seemed achingly familiar. But this was more than simple nostalgia. The Mercury looked just like the watch Todd imagined his own father wore. It had a silver face and a brown leather strap, with just a hint of gold. Somehow, the old Timex seemed rugged and elegant at the same time. Classy, but tough. Todd was determined to bring this overlooked classic back … Read the rest

How to Ship Beer

How to Ship Beer

If you thought brewing beer was tough, just try figuring out how to ship it. Whenever it comes to alcohol, the law is especially strict. Every facet of the industry is closely regulated affecting all parties involved, from the manufacturers to the marketers to the men and women who distribute it. So when it comes to shipping beer, things can get particularly confusing. That’s why we’re taking a closer look to decode and demystify the muddled details—and trust us, there are plenty.

A Brief History Lesson

Once upon a time, the federal government thought it would be a brilliant idea to constitutionally ban all production, importation, transportation, and distribution of alcohol within the U.S. Thankfully, the concept didn’t last too long, and prohibition was overturned in 1933, thanks to the 21st Amendment. However, its passage also gave states absolute power to create their … Read the rest