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.
Nobody wants to suffer physical pain if they don't have to, yet they also don't want to risk developing an addiction to pain-killing opioids. That's where a new drug-free implant comes in, as it reduces pain by cooling nerves.
But in a new study, researchers at Ohio State University found a promising alternative - a drug known as gabapentin that essentially rewires the undamaged part of the brain to repair broken connections between neurons and restore motor functions.
Don't just Consume, Produce. Our parents did it, and so can we.
"If people let government decide which food they eat and medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny"
What kind of water can I put in my Berkey Filter? Can I use my Berkey in an emergency? Can I use my Berkey in a boil advisory? Find out the answers to all of these questions and more on today's episode of Berkey Unfiltered!
A small implant connected to electrodes inserted into the skull bone is providing huge relief to younger patients living with Parkinson's disease, such that it could allow sufferers to pick up fine motor skills like playing golf again.
The connection between gut bacteria and human health continues to be illuminated in all kinds of ways, and among the more fascinating is the way these microbes might influence different aspects of the aging process.
New research published in the journal Science reports the discovery of a unique pathway by which bacteria in the gut can directly communicate with neurons in the brain responsible for regulating appetite and body temperature. The novel mechanism adds
A botanical drug based on an extract of Cyathus striatus fungus and a cannabinoid extract from the cannabis plant has eliminated 100% of pancreatic cancer cells--relatively selectively and without damaging normal cells--in experiments conducted on
To test the new molecule the researchers turned to a special kind of engineered mouse model. Normal mice, the mainstay of lab research, unfortunately are not useful for most COVID-19 studies because they don't carry the same receptors that SARS-CoV
You've witnessed the decline of the American healthcare system and the constant attacks on American infrastructure and are extremely concerned about how non-stop money printing is going to impact your wallet.
You have to grow food to stay alive post-collapse, but do you know how to grow a secret garden that will keep you alive in more ways than one? Here are 3 ways to grow food without catching anyone's attention.
For several decades surgeons have used sound waves to break up kidney stones in a method called extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL). The method involves high intensity acoustic pulses and generally requires patients to be sedated or even ane
Scientists have found that an existing drug, already used in humans to treat alcohol use disorder, could help restore vision lost to conditions like age-related macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa.
Oxidative therapy involves treating the body with different forms of oxygen. With singlet oxygen, O2, and O3, which is Ozone. Bio-oxidative medicine uses oxygen as supportive or primary therapy for chronic conditions, including infections, inflammati
Striking new research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences estimates lead exposure, primarily from car exhaust, has negatively affected the IQ of about half the population of the United States.
The cells inside these beads are engineered to produce a natural compound called interleukin-2, a cytokine that causes white blood cells to spring into action to fight cancer. These beads were first put to the test in laboratory experiments that plac
Dr. Robert Montgomery made history last September when he became the first surgeon to successfully transplant a pig kidney into a living person. It's a victory that's especially sweet for the 62-year-old doctor, who's only alive today because o
The ability to stimulate and or control cells in the brain could provide us with powerful new ways to understand and treat neurological disorders, and we're starting to see some very interesting ways this might be achieved.
The flexible electrodes, which sit between the spinal nerves and vertebrae, are controlled with the touch of a tablet screen. The patient or doctor can then control pulses that activate muscles in the trunk and legs, according to the study published
Possessing parallel tracts of stunning and unspoiled lands, Canadian healthcare practitioners are joining onto an American movement to prescribe national parks to improve their patients' physical and mental health.
Handy!: A group at Johns Hopkins checked 295 people who had caught Covid before (and tested positive). Amazingly, all but two of them still had antibodies and there was "no indication" that the antibodies were declining.