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.

First paralyzed human treated with stem cells has now regained his upper body movement

After a mere 3 weeks of therapy, Kris started showing signs of improvement, and within 2 months he could answer the phone, write his name and operate a wheelchair. He had regained significant improvement in his motor functions; which are the transmis

Scientists successfully 3D print human cartilage with a breakthrough stem cell printer

(Natural News) Recently, Swedish scientists successfully developed cartilage tissue by printing stem cells through a 3D bioprinter. As part of the study, a team of researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy and the Chalmers University of Technology in Sw

How I repaired my own heart

Tal Golesworthy is a boiler engineer -- he knows piping and plumbing. When he needed surgery to repair a life-threatening problem with his aorta, he mixed his engineering skills with his doctors' medical knowledge to design a better repair job.

Diabetes cured in mice. Are we next?

According to the Center for Disease Control, 1.25 million people suffer from type 1 diabetes in the US alone.



'Microdosing' trend has Americans tuning in with psychedelics

After a litany of prescriptions failed to control her stormy mood swings and deep depression, writer Ayelet Waldman finally found relief in a blue vial of diluted LSD.

A simple birth kit for mothers in the developing world

TED Fellow Zubaida Bai works with medical professionals, midwives and mothers to bring dignity and low-cost interventions to women's health care. In this quick, inspiring talk, she presents her clean birth kit in a purse, which contains everything a

Brain power: How one paralyzed man was able to move his arm again

(Natural News) Bill Kochevar, 56, was left paralyzed from the shoulders down after a cycling accident severely injured his spinal cord. In the years since his accident, he had become completely reliant on his caregivers at the Cleveland VA Medical Ce

Electric spinal stimulation helps paraplegic man regain control of legs

An innovative combination of electrical spinal stimulation and physical therapy has allowed 26-year-old Jered Chinnock to intentionally move his legs for the first time in three years, after an accident left him paralyzed.

Graphene sieve turns seawater into drinking water

Graphene-oxide membranes have attracted considerable attention as promising candidates for new filtration technologies. Now the much sought-after development of making membranes capable of sieving common salts has been achieved.

Vaccination Rethink

Documentary Report Calls For "Immunonutrition" To Replace Vaccines

No Fun in the Sun:

Sunscreen Blamed for Poor Sperm Quality

This New Glue-Like Substance Could Be The Key to Healing Wounds Without Scars

Our skin is pretty good at protecting the squishy human body from external danger, so the moment that barrier is compromised with a wound or a cut, a defence system has to kick into action.

Is this the end of blood donation? Scientists close to unlimited supply from stem cells

Blood donors may no longer be needed in the future after scientists showed it was possible to create blood from stem cells.

Breast milk... the 'accidental' cure for cancer:

Breast milk... the 'accidental' cure for cancer: Scientists find it contains a substance that kills tumour cells

The ultimate guide to beating sugar cravings: Hour-by-hour plan explains how to stave off...

The ultimate guide to beating sugar cravings: Hour-by-hour plan explains how to stave off your sweet tooth

Skin cell discovery could spell cure for baldness and grey hair:

Breakthrough found by accident could lead to cream to treat both

Umbilical cord blood from babies could help bring back memory for dementia patients

Dementia patients have been offered hope that their memory could be repaired after scientists showed that injecting blood from the umbilical cords of human babies restores brain function.

This new solar-powered device can pull water straight from the desert air

You can't squeeze blood from a stone, but wringing water from the desert sky is now possible, thanks to a new spongelike device that uses sunlight to suck water vapor from air, even in low humidity.

Fluoridation Revisited

This essay originally appeared in the January 1993 issue of The Rothbard-Rockwell Report. Yes, I confess: I'm a veteran anti-fluoridationist, thereby – not for the first time – risking placing myself in the camp of "right-wing kooks and fana

New Cannabis Patch To Treat Fibromyalgia And Diabetic Nerve Pain Revealed

In this day and age, most people are aware of the powerful medicinal benefits of Cannabis.

How upgrading humans will become the next billion-dollar industry

Fifty years from now, today's humans will be obsolete, historian Yuval Harari says

Scientists Create Artificial Brain Connection That Mimics Human Brain

Scientists at publicly-funded universities are racing to create human-like artificial intelligence that will displace the humans who funded them in the first place. Ethical and moral debate is entirely missing in this field. ? TN Editor

The Brain Chip Cometh

Bill Kochevar just scooped a forkful of mashed potatoes into his own mouth. No cause for celebration, you say? Well, it is when you consider that Kochevar is a quadriplegic, paralyzed below his shoulders in a cycling accident eight years ago. He hasn

Super SEALs: Elite Units Pursue Brain-Stimulating Technologies

At a conference near Washington, D.C., in February, the commander of all Navy special operations units made an unusual request to industry: Develop and demonstrate technologies that offer "cognitive enhancement" capabilities to boost his elite forces

Scientists Just Created A "Super Sponge" That Can Remove Mercury From Water In Seconds

It takes just a few minutes to absorb the mercury from an entire lake.

Moshe Szyf: How early life experience is written into DNA

Moshe Szyf is a pioneer in the field of epigenetics, the study of how living things reprogram their genome in response to social factors like stress and lack of food.

Conspiracy Theory No More, Harvard Reveals Big Oil-Approved 'Stratospheric Injection' Geoeng

Officially kicking rumors of 'chemtrails' into overdrive, Harvard scientists announced the launch of a $20 million geoengineering program, set to kick off mere weeks from now -- the first such project this comprehensive in scope -- in a bid to

Scientists have discovered a way to destroy cancer tumors using nothing but sound waves

(Natural News) A recent breakthrough in high-intensity focused ultrasound therapy (HIFU) technology has proven its use as an effective cancer treatment. A multi-institutional research team from China developed a semi-enclosed, spherical cavity transd

Breakthrough cancer drug could be astronomical in price

A new leukemia drug being hailed by doctors as a breakthrough could prove among the most expensive therapies ever on the market: For a single treatment, the price is expected to reach hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Scientists remotely hacked a brain, controlling body movements

Imagine someone remotely controlling your brain, forcing your body's central processing organ to send messages to your muscles that you didn't authorize.

A hospital in China has completed an innovative operation to remove six vertebrae ...

from a patient's spine and replace them with 3D-printed titanium prosthetics...Chinese newspaper group People's Daily Online reports that the 28-year-old woman, known only under the alias Xiao Wen, was diagnosed with chondrosarcoma in May 2017. T

Genetic enhancement will be many times more powerful than steroids

Clinical trials of CRISPR gene editing, when they start this year (2017), will edit existing cells in adults using an injection of a viral vector.

Science on track to identifying genetics of intelligence within 5 years

Gene-based analyses found 536 genes significantly associated with general cognitive function; many were highly expressed in the brain, and associated with neurogenesis and dendrite gene sets.

Oxford 3D bioprinting scaling to industrial scale tissue printing and organ printing

Scientists at the University of Oxford have developed a new method to 3D-print laboratory-grown cells to form living structures.

Living beings can be turned into programmable computers through "RNA circuits"

(Natural News) Advancements in nanotechnology and synthetic biology could usher in new diagnostic technologies that may kill cancer cells or switch off aberrant genes. These are but a few implied uses of the recent experiments being made by researche

Stem cells activated to make hair grow in mice

UCLA researchers have discovered a new way to activate the stem cells in the hair follicle to make hair grow (in mice).

Industrial-scale high-resolution brain mapping for neuroscience

Neuroscientists who painstakingly map the twists and turns of neural circuitry through the brain are about to see their field expand to an industrial scale.

Daniel Kraft on Singularity Medicine

Daniel Kraft is a Stanford and Harvard trained physician-scientist, inventor, entrepreneur and innovator.

DARPA Accelerates Tech Work On Human Enhancing Human Senses

DARPA, the research arm of the U.S. Department of Defense, awarded contracts to six teams working on developing better brain-computer interface technology. The goal, according to DARPA, is to repair and enhance the senses of those with disabilities.

Klotho longevity hormone helped make mice smarter

A shot of klotho, a hormone associated with longevity, seems to make mice smarter. Klotho is a naturally occurring hormone in the body. More than two decades ago, Japanese researchers discovered that this hormone plays a role in aging.

Similar To Morphine: The Weed Every Prepper Should Know About

During a SHTF situation, pain could become an annoyance for some, but unbearable for others. If doctors are scarce and medicine becomes even scarcer, this one little weed, found all over North America and similar to morphine, could be a saving grace.

Of Course This Is What Homeopathic Healing Machines Look Like

Think of alternative medicine, and you probably imagine acupuncture needles, the essential oils of aromatherapy, maybe even crystals with mysterious powers.

Regenerative nanochip restores ANY tissue with 98% success and clinical trials start next year

Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT), that can generate any cell type of interest for treatment within the patient's own body.

Youthful Plasticity Restored to the Brains of Adult Mice

The brain loses flexibility with age, impacting the ability to learn, remember, and adapt.

The protein that can make your heart think you exercise

Although it's usually used as a compliment, having a big heart can be a good thing or a bad thing.