China and almost all European countries have banned or restricted the use of fluoride in commercial drinking systems, but not so for the United States. As with other public health hazards, Americans are left to fight their own government’s regulatory agencies for the right to untainted, non-toxic drinking water. So it comes as no surprise when The Hill reported on February 17, 2017 that the … Continue reading EPA Rejects Petition to Ban Fluoride
For the last 100 years or so researchers have been chasing the elusive cure for cancer, yet the World Health Organization reports that 8.8 million people died worldwide in 2015 of the disease, and the National Cancer Institute reported an estimated 1.5 million people will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States in 2016. No other disease in human history has remained as big … Continue reading Does Sugar Feed Cancer?
Bayer, a German-based global agricultural chemical company, is seeking to purchase one of the United States’ largest genetically modified seed companies, Monsanto and maker of RoundUp Ready, in a $66 billion deal. If the proposed merger is approved, it would strengthen corporate power over the world’s agriculture market, giving them a combined market share in seeds and pesticides of about 28%—all of this during a … Continue reading Impending Bayer-Monsanto Merger
I drink water all day everyday except for the other morning when I woke up with an epic headache that just wouldn’t go away. I waited until my lunch break to dart to the corner drugstore to pick up some aspirin when it occurred to me that I had forgotten to bring my water along. So before queing up to pay for my head remedy, … Continue reading What’s in Your Energy Drink?
If you are overweight and over age 50, it can be difficult to find motivation and success stories in the media that depict older women who have successfully transformed their bodies and gotten healthy, so I was happily inspired this week to see these older women make news in weight loss. Emma Thompson, the “Love Actually” actress, looks absolutely fantastic and strong at 57. Thompson … Continue reading Weight Loss after 50
For anyone who has ever tried to live a healthier lifestyle, it is inevitable that at some point in your health journey you will conclude that big corporations and government are trying to kill you. You have to go to great lengths to purchase non-GMO, organically grown food, fluoride-free toothpaste, water filtration systems, and BPA-free containers to store and transport your food, maybe even for … Continue reading Are They Trying to Kill Us?
We all want to be prosperous and successful, but dreams without action are mere pie in the sky. The New Year’s holidays provide us the time we require to reflect on our lives and the opportunity to meditate on where we are going. It is a time to put feet to our dreams and make a “business” plan for our lives. Any plan worth achieving … Continue reading Crossing the Finish Line
In an article in the Denver Westword, the paper claims to have spoken with an inmate who said that James Holmes, the Aurora, Colorado killer, confessed to him that he was programmed to kill by an “evil therapist.” etflix’s original series “Stranger Things” became an overnight sensation not only because it is loaded with millennial nostalgia, but because it mainstreamed what was once … Continue reading The Lights Are Coming On: Mind Control and MK Ultra
People worldwide are more oppressed, distressed, and anxious than ever before, and with good reason. The U.K. Sun recently reported that experts are warning that the planet is closer to World War III than we ever have been in the last 60 years. These experts, including biblical prophecy scholars, are heralding the dawn of a New Age. And if you are older like me, you … Continue reading Monster’s Ball
Many reputable intelligent people believe in the existence of extraterrestrial beings. In fact, the subject of aliens, specifically ancient aliens, is currently being over-explored on the History Channel as are many “end of days” and apoplectic shows. There is also an unprecedented interest in movies depicting other species or DNA engineering, such as “Splice” and “Avatar,” as well as numerous programs on vampires. If you … Continue reading Alone in the Universe?