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by md15garcia
1 week ago
8 Natural Remedies for the Common Cold

Oftentimes, a common cold will go away without taking any medications. However, this doesn't mean that you can't take any natural products to help ease your symptoms. These natural remedies for the common cold will not only hasten your healing process but relieve your discomforts as well.

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by Samartha Malik
2 weeks ago
Diabetes: Let's Check the Facts and Related Myths

The article covers the types of diabetes, causes, symptoms, and myths related. There are details about the disease which will help people counter the disease much better.

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by RoseWrites
3 months ago
How Bill Gates Managed to Fool Us All

After reading 100s of scientific papers and following the science, I am 99 percent certain that the common Culex spp. of mosquito is one of the deadliest vectors of emerging Wolbachia (rickettsial) infections. And Wolbachia is also a reproductive parasite. Sadly, it appears the North American scientific community is funded (or rather, controlled) by Bill Gates. Not only does he invest in Wolbachia, he funded the two studies that claim it's safe enough to use, and he funds many people in positions of power and influence. Now that about 60 percent of Western men are suffering huge drops in sperm counts, this should be a wake-up call to the entire medical and scientific communities around the globe. Instead, it's all ignored. There is dead silence.

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by RoseWrites
5 months ago
Mosquito Bed Nets Should Be Recommended by Public Health Authorities

Looks like our public health authorities (WHO, CDC, NIH, and Health Canada) are failing to recommend mosquito bed nets to the public despite the fact that (at least) six research teams have found nighttime-active Culex spp. to be Zika vectors. I've been alerting the Canadian government since 2016. But, mainstream media and those employed to protect human health are dead silent. And, it's not only mosquitoes we have to worry about. Ticks are becoming a worrisome vector of diseases in North America. This week, I found a mosquito bed net that I felt was worthy enough to share with you. Those who sleep outdoors should consider this one.

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by RoseWrites
7 months ago
Dr. Francis M. Jiggins: You Asked, "How Does Wolbachia Do What It Does?"

For almost two years, I've been researching Zika. After writing about seven or eight articles, I came to the conclusion that Wolbachia is the unspoken co-factor. Recently, I found a paper by Dr. Francis M. Jiggins that openly asks: "How does Wolbachia do what it does?" And, I decided to compile answers (or partial answers) to what he is rightfully questioning. And, it's refreshing that someone in the scientific community is curious because what we are told is helping our dengue and Zika outbreaks (Wolbachia-infected Aedes releases) is ACTUALLY crashing crucial ecosystems and causing human illnesses.

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by RoseWrites
8 months ago
Is it Group A Strep or Wolbachia (Rickettsial Bacteria)?

It's becoming clear to me that mainstream media is playing a huge role in keeping the public and physicians in the dark. Wolbachia pipientis has been (knowingly) introduced into our food chain since 2009 - although the technology has been worked on for over 20 years. Wolbachia targets the brain, spinal cord, nerves (including the nerves to the stomach and intestines), muscles, gonads, lungs, kidneys, heart, liver, eyes, ears, and/or pancreas. Additionally, the Dmp53 tumor gene in Drosophila melanogaster (aka wMel) binds specifically to human p53 (which is implicated in 1/2 of human cancers). Wolbachia is extremely powerful and should never have been allowed to be put into a species (the Aedes genus of mosquito) that never had it in the first place. But we are told to limit our use of antibiotics, to "wait out" pink eye, to forgo digital rectal exams, and that strep A infections are causing deadly infections. And, I highly suspect that the legalization of cannabis will be blamed for the almost 60 percent dive in sperm counts among men from North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. In this paper, I walk you through what may become chaotic for ER physicians and staff within the next few years in North America.

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by RoseWrites
9 months ago
It's Willful Negligence to NOT Test for Wolbachia Genes in Blood

Anyone associated with the WHO (World Health Organization), NIH (U.S. National institutes of Health), or who relies on funding from Bill and Melinda Gates has no business being employed (in any capacity) to protect human health. The WHO endorsed the use of Wolbachia-infected Aedes even after it was detected in a human (without the nematode). The NIH actually granted MosquitoMate $1.3 Million dollars. Therefore, Canada's chief medical officer of health, Theresa Tam, and Allison McGeer should resign. Dr. Tam has "served as an international expert on a number of World Health Organization committees". Dr. McGeer is "an expert reviewer for the NIH (US National Institutes of Health)" and "has recently been working with the World Health Organization (WHO)".

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by RoseWrites
10 months ago
The Link Between Uveal Melanoma, Non-Hodgkin's B-Cell Lymphoma, and Wolbachia

I am still baffled that no one appears willing (in North America) to conduct a a broad range PCR screen for infection by Rickettsiales (Wolbachia genes detected in blood) before determining that a patient has uveal melanoma or non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. We have documented proof of a patient who recovered from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (in 2015) once his Wolbachia infection was treated. And in this case, there was no trace of the nematode worm that emits it. Instead, we are told, "Since the causes are not understood, there is no known way of preventing this disease." Now that the EPA is allowing MosquitoMate to release Wolbachia-infected Aedes males into the environment in 20 U.S. states, we had better take notice of the uptick in rare cancers (like uveal melanoma and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma) and demand that humans be tested for Wolbachia infections. Because there are treatment options: azithromycin, doxycycline, minocycline, or rifampicin. Some of these, I believe, can even be taken in combination.

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by RoseWrites
10 months ago
Uveal Melanoma and/or Lymphoma? R/O Rickettsiales (Wolbachia)

I am increasingly becoming unnerved and alarmed by the striking correlations between Wolbachia-infected Aedes releases and life-threatening symptoms in young people. Even though the media isn't covering it, Culex spp. are Zika vectors. And in two of those Culex types - when they naturally acquired Wolbachia - became better vectors of West Nile virus and malaria. I highly suspect the same holds true for Zika. What every oncologist needs to know: Wolbachia can infect humans without any trace of the nematode that emits it. So, before removing eye balls or beginning any drastic form of treatment for lymphoma, you need to rule out (via a broad range PCR screen for infection by Rickettsiales), Wolbachia genes in the blood and tissues of these patients. We have strong antibiotics that can treat this infection.

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by Yindee
1 year ago
Heavy Metals are a Serious Threat to our Health

Simple home protocols and professional chelating agents can reduce your heavy metal burden. It is the cause of most of our ailments so we need to eliminate these toxins to enjoy more energy and perfect, radiant health.

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by RoseWrites
1 year ago
9 Reasons El Niño Did NOT Cause Zika to Spread

It's déjà vu: another UK study pointing to the weather - instead of the WHO and CDC - as the reason the Zika virus is spreading. Early in 2016, Wellcome Trust and Oxford U scientists (funded by Bill Gates and others) assured us there was a miniscule chance of anyone becoming infected with the Zika virus at the Rio Summer Olympics. Now, instead of acknowledging grave ommissions and a lack of accountability we are told to blame nature. Fortunately, it seems the public at large is becoming wise to this ruse.

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by RoseWrites
2 years ago
Zika Shrivels Testes, Drops Testosterone, and May Cause Infertility

It's not surprising that since the Zika virus has been found in semen for over six months, the virus continues to replicate in the male reproductive tract. And in mice, it appears to wreck havoc - destroying not only stem cells and sperm - but the cells that provide support and structure to the testes. In just three weeks, the horrifying results were: a 90 percent reduction in testicle size, low testosterone levels, low fertility, and eventual sterility. Should these results be found in human studies, the message is clear: men, women, and children need to do everything possible to protect themselves from the Zika virus. 

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by RoseWrites
2 years ago
Zika Virus: Our Tainted Blood Supply

When various public health authorities and the media repeatedly said that the Zika virus is only in the bloodstream for a few days to a week, I wondered how that could be possible. Every week or two, a new finding revealed the Zika virus seems to hide in certain regions of the body - even becoming more virulent in some cases. So, I delved into how safe our blood supply is (both in the U.S. and Canada) and was completely floored by what appears to be systematic, intentional oversights by those who are trusted to ensure the safety of our blood supply.

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by Sookie
2 years ago
Home Blood Pressure Monitor - Use an Upper Arm Cuff Monitor for Accuracy Not a Wrist Style - My Story!

My blood pressure has been creeping up for a few years, and by the time I got to a physical my Doctor became concerned and I was put on some medication as it was in the 140s.  I promised to make some changes and faithfully go to the drug...

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by RoseWrites
2 years ago
Another Mosquito Carries Zika: The Proof Health Authorities and Media are Ignoring

In March 2016, disease experts came away from the Summit on Controlling Aedes aegypti in Maceio, Brazil completely unsure of which vectors were responsible for the spread of the Zika virus. Dr. Fiona Hunter, one of few medical entomologists in Canada, told the Globe and Mail in March (2016), "The fact that there are no data as far as I can tell that Aedes aegypti is driving this Zika epidemic just flabbergasts me." After conducting my own search, I discovered that there was - and still is - huge pressure within the scientific and medical community (and in mainstream media) to keep the sole focus on two types of Aedes mosquitoes. I'm unsure why the WHO, CDC, and Health Canada are ignoring crucial data, but they are failing in their duties to protect public health. In this article, I walk you through what I've uncovered.

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by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
What is Prosopagnosia? ('Face Blindness')

Prosopagnosia is a condition that is classified as a neurological disorder. Its primary characterization is the person afflicted by it cannot recognize faces. 

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by RoseWrites
2 years ago
Zika Facts You Are Not Being Told and CDC's Cover-Up

Culex mosquitoes are 20 times more prevalent than Aedes and they blanket all of the U.S., Canada, and Europe. And yes, the Zika virus has been found in its salivary glands. What's more: the CDC has been using a flawed Zika test that misses about 40 percent of infections. And while our health authorities are pushing a vaccine (that won't be ready for years), 2.6 billion people stand to be infected. The only short-term answer is to enact travel restrictions (level 3) right now.

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by Yindee
2 years ago
Insulin Resistance - the Link to Baldness, Cardiovascular Disease and Weight Gain

Going bald, the first one in the family? Today male type baldness is more prevalent in males and females who eat too many carbs and have developed insulin resistance. It's not all in the genes because diabetics and cardiovascular candidates are balding at an alarming rate! How can inositol, vitamins and minerals help?

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by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
What is Naegleria fowleri? What to Know About This Rare Infection

Naegleria fowleri is a rare and deadly parasite that can lead to a water-related infection caused by the single-celled organism. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this organism is also commonly referred to as "brain-eating amoeba" or "brain-eating ameba".

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by Yindee
2 years ago
Osteoporosis is not a silent disease. It creeps up on us but can be prevented

Our bones provide calcium and magnesium for emergency supplies but we need to replace these minerals or we cause osteoporosis to take its toll on our bones.

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