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The Crown has conspired with the medical industry to ensnare us in a web of control and dependency. To avoid their notions and potions it is essential to take responsibility for our own health, and pursue sound medical science.

New Portable DNA Scanner Gives Results In 90 Minutes

For the last 10 months, Houston police have been testing cutting-edge technology that could potentially get criminals off the streets faster.

Gene therapy treatment for blood disease approved in Europe

Genetically modification of humans has been been approved for the first time in Europe.

Quick Sealing Suorgical Glue Closes Wounds in Seconds

Scientists have developed a surgical glue that can seal wounds in 60 seconds.

Gene APOE4 causes Alzheimers disease in humans and a fix has been created

Researchers have found differences in how Alzheimers disease originates and develops in mice and humans.

Ten year study of caloric restriction finds mouse lemur increases lifespan by 50%

Chronic caloric restriction strongly increases the lifespan of a small primate, the grey mouse lemur by 50%.

Nanoparticles in food packaging could be reducing our ability to absorb nutrients

Potentially providing more proof that fresh food is best, a revealing study from researchers at Binghamton University has found that zinc oxide nanoparticles, present in the lining of food packaging, could reduce the ability of our intestinal cells t

50 Ways to Use Salt for Survival: Everything You Need to Know

One of the very first things I did when I first started prepping was to bolster my pantry with basic staples that could be used for a variety of purposes. When it was suggested that I store salt, and lots of it, I was a disbeliever. After all, conve

Fluoride: A Big Mistake?

What is fluoride? Is it safe to drink? Is it safe for your children? Should we be adding fluoride to our water supply?

Human head-body transplant is expected in 2018

Sergio Canavero and Chinese surgeon Ren Xiaoping are expected to announce a date for body transplant in 2018.

Mini-human brains with their own BLOOD VESSELS are grown in the lab for the first time --

--in a breakthrough that could help stroke victims Human brains grown from stem cells have developed their own blood supply

Study: Prosthetic Memory System Successfully Implemented In Humans

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- We're familiar with the amazing power of prosthetic limbs, but scientists have taken the power of prostheses to a new level.

Graphene can drastically enhance nerve cell signaling in the human brain, say researchers

(Natural News) Graphene has been the subject of a number of breakthrough discoveries over the past two decades. Now, a group of researchers from Vanderbilt University has found yet another one to add to the ever-growing list. Graphene is said to be a

5G Death Towers: Whistle Blower blows lid off 5G Death Towers! (Part 1 of 2).

5G Death Towers: Whistle Blower blows lid off 5G Death Towers! (Part 1 of 2). 5G Towers have 300ft spoke copper wheels that span out under ground aimed at altering Earth's Natural Frequency, working in conjunction with Space Fence above at top of sky

Newly discovered metabolic mechanism could be an off-switch for inflammation

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have uncovered a new metabolic process involved in the immune system's inflammatory processes.

Roam's robotic ski exoskeleton can help you ski better for longer

Roam Robotics is on a mission to develop exoskeletons for all kinds of activities, but its first prototype product is aimed at skiers. The new ski exoskeleton Roam is showing off can help bolster your technique and give you more time out on the slope

Harvard scientists uncover an exploitable Achilles' heel common to most bacteria

Bacteria can be hardy little creatures, thanks mostly to their strong cell walls that can protect them against drugs, viruses and other dangers.

Phosphorous atoms could serve as biochemical qubits for quantum computing in the human brain

Researcher Matthew Fisher is leading the $1.2 million QuBrain project to see if the human brain utilizes any quantum computing.

New Flow Hive 2 makes getting honey on tap even easier

n 2015, a magnificently clever invention by two Australian beekeepers turned into a record-breaking crowdfunding campaign, raising over US$2 million dollars in just its first 24 hours. The genius idea was to design a beehive with a tap system that ca

"Game-changing" synthesized antibiotic successfully treats infections for the first time

Back in 2015, a team of scientists discovered an exciting new antibiotic called teixobactin.

Fluoride Literally Turns the Pineal Gland to Stone, Research Suggests

The pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain, and is sometimes called the "third eye" as it is a light sensitive, centrally-located organ with cellular features resembling the human retina. One article describes the role o

Rattlesnake venom extract helps strike back against superbugs

With bacteria becoming ever more resistant to our best antibiotics, scientists are searching high and low for new ones in nature.

Build your own first aid kit with natural remedies

There is no doubt that many parts of the globe are in crisis, and to many it seems as though a natural or man-made disaster could strike in their area at any moment. While it is always important to have certain basic first aid items like Band-Aids a

Graphene Hair Dye Is Coming, And It Looks Incredible

The wonder material's latest trick? Dying hair without damaging it...The Northwestern team mentions that your graphene-treated hair will be able to interface with electronic components, since the coating can carry an electrical current. I can't i

Astronaut Scott Kelly Now Has Different DNA Than His Identical Twin Brother After One Year In Space

Astronaut Scott Kelly set a record for the longest single spaceflight in history and now NASA is saying the trip made him a "new man" as well.

Permanent artificial heart is playing for keeps

Although artificial hearts have been around for some time now, there's just one that's approved for human use in the US, and it's only intended to keep patients going until they can get a heart transplant.

Cancer-killing hydrogel stays in place until the job is done

The cure for cancer might have been inside us all along – our own immune system.

The enemy within: Gut bacteria drive autoimmune disease

Bacteria found in the small intestines of mice and humans can travel to other organs and trigger an autoimmune response, according to a new study. The researchers also found that the autoimmune reaction can be suppressed with an antibiotic or vaccine

C-elegans worm death can help us understand and possibly delay death in humans

A dying worm experiences rigor mortis early in the death process, rather than after the main event as it is for humans, according to a new study by an international team of scientists at UCL and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

How to Make Homemade Cottage Cheese

Cottage cheese is one of those things that has far more ingredients than it should when you buy it at the store. Homemade cottage cheese is creamy, fluffy, and delicious, and it's made with only 3 simple ingredients:

DARPA tries to create real life biostasis to give more time to treat injured people

In Star Trek and other science fiction shows, Dr. McCoy and others often place their patients into stasis. Stasis freezes, stops or greatly slows the biological processes.

Human bone tissue grown from a patient's fat cells in a lab, then implanted to finish ...

growing inside the patient's body...(Natural News) Thanks to an extraordinary medical procedure, a man is on the road to recovering from a fractured tibia with a bone graft created from his own fat cells. This isn't a work of science fiction;

10 Fundamentals For Your Homeopathic Medicine Kit

There may be a day when you cannot run to a grocery store or pharmacy for medical supplies.

MIT imaging technique sheds light on the brain's electrical activity

Researchers at MIT have developed an imaging technique that will help study exactly how electrical signals propagate through the brain, in an advance that could help us better understand Alzheimer's, epilepsy, and other brain disorders, as well as ho

With DNA from a museum specimen, scientists reconstruct the genome of a bird extinct...

With DNA from a museum specimen, scientists reconstruct the genome of a bird extinct for 700 years

Revolutionary Treatment? Scientists Successfully Reverse Alzheimer's Disease...

Revolutionary Treatment? Scientists Successfully Reverse Alzheimer's Disease In Mice

Stem cells help patch up brain damage in stroke victims

Researchers at the University of Georgia have developed a new stem-cell-based treatment for strokes.

Want to Live to Your 90s?

Drink a couple of glasses of wine or beer each night and put on a few pounds

Edible Graphene Is Here, And Electronics In Your Food Are Coming

Using a stock laser, researchers can carve edible circuits into food. Prepare for cuisine that can communicate.

How to tell which plastics are safe to use for food and drinks (food grade)

Are you sure your plastic container isn't made out of toxic materials? A Modern Survival Blog article tackles how to identify food-safe types of plastics that can store your food and water without risk of leaching.

New Superhydrophobic/Superhydrophilic bandage material reduces blood loss by 60%

Scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have developed non-blood-absorbing hemostatic gauze after repeated experiments. Compared with traditional medical gauze, this new achievement can diminish blood loss by about 60 percent.

"Nano-factories" produce anti-cancer drugs from inside tumors

Like the horse of Troy, scientists at the Technion have developed a way to sneak synthetic cells right into tumor tissue, where they then begin producing cancer-fighting proteins from the inside. The technique was tested in both cell cultures and in

Japanese Company Claims Experimental Drug Kills Flu Virus in a Single Day

In the midst of one of the worst flu seasons in several years, a Japanese pharmaceutical company says it has an experimental drug that could make next winter a lot less sickly – not to mention safer.

New Superhydrophobic/Superhydrophilic bandage material reduces blood loss by 60%

Scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have developed non-blood-absorbing hemostatic gauze after repeated experiments. Compared with traditional medical gauze, this new achievement can diminish blood loss by about 60 percent.

Programmed DNA nanorobots to shrink cancer tumors by cutting off their blood supply

In a major advancement in nanomedicine, Arizona State University scientists, in collaboration with researchers from the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, have successfully programmed nanorobots

New desalination membrane produces both drinking water and lithium

Seawater is a complex cocktail of useful minerals, but it's hard to separate out the specific ones we need.

Safe to human far ultraviolet C light bands can revolutionize public health...

Continuous low doses of far ultraviolet C (far-UVC) light can kill airborne flu viruses without harming human tissues, according to a new study at the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC).

Cancer cells use sugar to divide; starving them of sugar can slow their progression

Cancer cells use sugar to divide; starving them of sugar can slow their progression Thursday, February 08, 2018 by: Ralph Flores Tags: anti-cancer, apoptosis, badfood, calcium, cancer, Cancer Cells, cell death, food science, goodcancer, goodme

Removing heavy metals from water: Activated charcoal from palm kernel cake is a low cost biosorbent

(Natural News) Contaminated water contains all sorts of harmful toxins that can result in dangerous diseases in humans. This has led scientists to devise various ways to decontaminate water ---so much so that decontamination has become an industry o

Gender-bending chemicals found in plastic and linked to breast and prostate cancer are...

Gender-bending chemicals found in plastic and linked to breast and prostate cancer are found in 86% of teenagers' bodies

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