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Vitamin D deficiency kills UK children as rickets cases rocket worldwide

Vitamin D deficiency kills UK children as rickets cases rocket worldwide | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

The UK Chief Medical Officer is being forced to educate medical health professionals about the importance of Vitamin D supplementation after Vitamin D deficiency has been blamed for the recent deaths of at least 2 children in the UK. BBC news coverage has highlighted that Vitamin D deficiency is considered to be ‘a contributing’ factor in the deaths of a further 30 children.

 

Blood levels of Vitamin D are naturally maintained by exposure of the skin to sunlight. This means that increasing sun avoidance and high protection factor sunscreens are a huge factor in declining blood levels of Vitamin D. Widespread media warnings, usually promoted by skin cancer specialists or sunscreen companies, have caused many to literally fear the sun. But it’s crucial to recognise that short (15-20 minute) exposures (of about 80% of the body area) that don’t burn the skin are vitally important to health.

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Isn't It Time to Occupy Big Medicine?

Isn't It Time to Occupy Big Medicine? | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
We are the owners of our own health, not the corporate-medical-industrial complex. We must reclaim our rights to privacy, our fundamental right to make choices without being hounded by medical big brother, and our personal medical autonomy.

 

As the old medical paradigm informed by its materialistic, reductionist, survival of the fittest worldview resists, a new, greener, more holistic, person-oriented approach that understands the irreducible unity of body, mind, and spirit stands ready to demand its rightful place in history. It will not require the overthrow of the special interests of the old medical order as much as a recognition that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Corporate medicine that places profit ahead of people is no longer tenable. Slick advertising and cute slogans that pander to holism won't cut it either.

 

The new medical paradigm will include a place for everyone. No one will be excluded. We need massage therapists, integrative medicine practitioners, and spiritual healers just as much as we need gynecologists, endocrinologists, and surgeons. We are the owners of our own health...

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Mini-Me: Is US Government Blocking Natural Cures? « Public Intelligence Blog

Mini-Me: Is US Government Blocking Natural Cures? « Public Intelligence Blog | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

Cesiusm Cure for Cancer

 

First Amendment not honored for alternative health community. FDA banning natural cures.

 

Jenny Thompson, Director

Health Sciences Institute

( follow the link "Cesium Cure for Cancer"... ) 

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Patients May Die When Doctors Moonlight as Big Pharma's "Key Opinion Leaders" | Truthout

Patients May Die When Doctors Moonlight as Big Pharma's "Key Opinion Leaders"  | Truthout | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

As McClellan claimed in a whistleblowing suit, the cancer market grew so saturated with high doses, that six years later the Food and Drug Administration finally approved them.

 

The decision might have been defensible had the 40,000-unit regime had been proven to be safe and effective. But independent research later revealed that cancer patients died sooner than expected, and company trials found an alarming number of dialysis patients suffered strokes and heart attacks.

 

Meta-studies showed that 17 percent of patients died from the drug, and stories told of blood counts so high, patients actually spit up blood and choked on their own tumors. Turns out there was little scientific evidence that Procrit, and its cousins Epogen and Aranesp, actually helped people at any dosage.

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It's time to end the failed war on drugs - Telegraph

It's time to end the failed war on drugs - Telegraph | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

Treating addicts as criminals has done absolutely nothing to address this crisis, writes Richard Branson.

 

Just as prohibition of alcohol failed in the United States in the 1920s, the war on drugs has failed globally. Over the past 50 years, more than $1 trillion has been spent fighting this battle, and all we have to show for it is increased drug use, overflowing jails, billions of pounds and dollars of taxpayers’ money wasted, and thriving crime syndicates. It is time for a new approach.


Too many of our leaders worldwide are ignoring policy reforms that could rapidly reduce violence and organised crime, cut down on theft, improve public health and reduce the use of illicit drugs. They are failing to act because the reforms that are needed centre on decriminalising drug use and treating it as a health problem. They are scared to take a stand that might seem “soft”.

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Polio Vaccines Now The #1 Cause of Polio Paralysis

Polio Vaccines Now The #1 Cause of Polio Paralysis | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

The Polio Global Eradication Initiative (PGEI), founded in 1988 by the World Health Organization, Rotary International, UNICEF, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, holds up India as a prime example of its success at eradicating polio, stating on its website (Jan. 11 2012) that "India has made unprecedented progress against polio in the last two years and on 13 January, 2012, India will reach a major milestone -- a 12-month period without any case of polio being recorded."

 

This report, however, is highly misleading, as an estimated 100-180 Indian children are diagnosed with vaccine-associated polio paralysis (VAPP) each year. In fact, the clinical presentation of the disease, including paralysis, caused by VAPP is indistinguishable from that caused by wild polioviruses, making the PGEI's pronouncements all the more suspect.

 

According to the Polio Global Eradication Initiative's own statistics there were 42 cases of wild-type polio (WPV) reported in India in 2010, indicating that vaccine-induced cases of polio paralysis (100-180 annually) outnumber wild-type cases by a factor of 3-4.

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** 7 Reasons Kale Is the New Beef **

** 7 Reasons Kale Is the New Beef ** | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

Kale grows to maturity in 55 to 60 days versus a cow raised for beef for an average of 18-24 months. Kale can grow in most climates and is relatively easy and low impact to grow at home or on a farm. To raise one pound of beef requires 16 pounds of grain, 11 times as much fossil fuel and more than 2,400 gallons of water.

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Fluoride Linked to #1 Cause of Death in New Research | Natural Society

Fluoride Linked to #1 Cause of Death in New Research | Natural Society | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
Groundbreaking new research has linked sodium fluoride and water fluoridation to cardiovascular disease atherosclerosis, the leading cause of death worldwide.

 

Groundbreaking new research has linked sodium fluoride to cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. Researchers found that fluoride consumption directly stimulates the hardening of your arteries, a condition known as atherosclerosis that is highly correlated with the #1 killer. Sodium fluoride is currently added to the water supply of many cities worldwide, despite extreme opposition from health professionals and previous studies linking it to decreased IQ and infertility.

 

In their research, scientists examined the relationship between fluoride intake and the hardening (calcification) of the arteries. Studying more than 60 patients, the researchers found a significant correlation between fluoride consumption and the calcification of your arteries.

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Could wearing insulating rubber- or plastic-soled shoes adversely affect our health?

Could wearing insulating rubber- or plastic-soled shoes adversely affect our health? | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

On a sunny afternoon in early 1998, Clint Ober sat down on a park bench in Sedona, Arizona. His attention turned to the passing parade of tourists and their footwear. Sneakers. Sandals. Hiking boots. It occurred to him that almost everyone was wearing some sort of rubber or plastic sole. And then, as he describes it, “a light bulb went off.” He thought back to his cable industry experience and the practice of grounding – that is, connecting – all electrical and cable systems to the Earth in order to stop interference from outside electromagnetic fields. Suddenly Ober realized that all those people were insulated from direct contact with the Earth. He didn’t know it at the time, but his life was about to change with a single question that entered his mind: “Could wearing insulating rubber- or plastic-soled shoes adversely affect our health?”

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Baby Dies After 9 Vaccines in One Day

Baby Dies After 9 Vaccines in One Day | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
Stacy died just one week after her first vaccinations and left her twin sister Lesly behind. Devastated by their loss their parents are convinced that vaccines and hospital failures were the cause of their beautiful daughters death.The twins received Prevenar, a vaccine against meningitis and pneumonia, Infanrix Hexa, a six in one vaccination for diphtheria, tetanus, polio, pertussis, hepatitis B and Haemophilus type B, and finally the Rotarix, a preventive vaccine for gastroenteritis.

 

This means that these tiny vulnerable babies received a staggering nine vaccines in one day, vaccines that may have caused one of them to die.

 

A week after her vaccinations Stacy became unwell with a fever of 39.9 degrees C. Her parents decided to administer Perdolan to lower her fever. As their daughter was still very poorly they called the hospital who advised them to bring their daughter in.

 

The medical staff diagnosed Stacy with a slight chest infection and infection in her blood and told her parents not to worry as this was “not serious”. Stacy was then given medication and put on a drip feed and kept in for observation.

 

Stacy’s father informed me that all links to the vaccines were strongly denied.

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Supplements: The Real Story - Natural or Synthetic? Foods or Tablets? - Health Supreme

Supplements: The Real Story - Natural or Synthetic? Foods or Tablets? - Health Supreme | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

A recent health study reported that the risk of heart failure decreased with increasing blood levels of vitamin C [1]. The benefit of vitamin C (ascorbate) was highly significant. Persons with the lowest plasma levels of ascorbate had the highest risk of heart failure, and persons with the highest levels of vitamin C had the lowest risk of heart failure. This finding confirms the knowledge derived over the last 50 years that vitamin C is a major essential factor in cardiovascular health [2,3]. The study raises several important questions about diet and vitamin supplements.

 

Was it Food or Supplements?

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Daily dose of rosehip extract could help cut heart disease, lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol

Daily dose of rosehip extract could help cut heart disease, lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
Obese patients who consumed a drink made with rose hip powder every day for just six weeks saw their blood pressure and cholesterol levels drop significantly, a study from Lund University in Sweden found.

 

"Scientists estimate rose hip could reduce the risk of heart disease in obese patients by 17 per cent..."

 

That's better than any statin drug can do. Yet statins with pharma's advertising and lobbying push pull in tens of billions every year for big pharma. 

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REQUIEM FOR A DREAM in typography / motion type

The "You're on uppers" scene in REQUIEM FOR A DREAM portrayed using nothing but kinetic typography.
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Depleted Uranium Is Used in Golf Clubs—and It’s Legal!

Depleted Uranium Is Used in Golf Clubs—and It’s Legal! | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
Share Tweet As governments dither on about where to store radioactive depleted uranium, they quietly allow it to permeate products that people come into contact with daily.

 

"Depleted" uranium is uranium 238, which is the bulk of natural uranium. It has been "depleted" only of the more heavily radioactive uranium 235, which is used to make bombs and fuel nuclear reactors. Uranium 238 is still radioactive and remains so for 4.5 billion years. It just isn't quite active enough to be used in atomic bombs.

 

U 238 is a highly flammable and very heavy metal and it is used in armor piercing ammunition and bunker piercing rocket warheads. The effect is quite devastating as the heat flash from U 238 instantly burns up the occupants of any bunker or tank that's hit by such a projectile.

Long term effects of the fine uranium dust those munitions produce include cancer, birth defects and lethal contamination of the places that have been hit. Use of "depleted" uranium in war, much less in consumer products, should be considered a criminal offense in my view.

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ESCAPE FIRE: The Fight To Rescue American Healthcare -- IndieGoGo

ESCAPE FIRE: The Fight To Rescue American Healthcare -- IndieGoGo | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
A feature length documentary by Matthew Heineman and Susan Froemke...

 

Our healthcare system is badly broken. Economists say that the cost of American healthcare is rising so rapidly that it could reach $4.5 trillion annually, roughly 20% of our gross domestic product, within ten years. We spend $300 billion a year on pharmaceutical drugs thats as much as the rest of the world combined. About 65% of Americans are overweight. And that statistic ties into the big one: almost 75% of our healthcare costs are currently spent on preventable diseases that are the major causes of disability and death in our society.

 

So it is not surprising that healthcare is at the top of many Americans' concerns and at the center of an intense political firestorm in our nation's Capitol. But the current battle over cost and access does not ultimately address the root of the problem: we have a disease management system, not a healthcare system.

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Coffee helps prevent diabetes, now scientists learn why

Coffee helps prevent diabetes, now scientists learn why | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
Scientists have long known that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes , but researchers out of China may have figured out why.

 

Researchers Ling Zheng, of Wuhan University, and Kun Huang, of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, have found that compounds in coffee inhibit hIAPP (human islet amyloid polypeptide), a substance linked to diabetes.

 

They analyzed the effects of the major active compounds in coffee, including caffeic acid and caffeine, on hIAPP, and found it inhibited hIAPP significantly. "These findings suggest that the beneficial effects of coffee consumption on type 2 diabetes may be partly due to the ability of major coffee components to inhibit the toxic aggression of hIAPP," the authors concluded.

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Premature Babies Used As Lab Rats In Manipulated Vaccine Trials

Premature Babies Used As Lab Rats In Manipulated Vaccine Trials | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
A vaccination trial on premature babies funded by GlaxoSmithKline...just by reading this study through anyone with an ounce of sense can see that it is weighted in favor of the researchers.
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This article talks about how the premature babies were used as lab rats to test multiple vaccinations. Such as the rotavirus, 998 babies were being tested on between the ages of 27-36 weeks of age. They experienced the side effects of vomiting, appetite loss, and a fever of 39.5 degrees c.
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Lavender Is Effective Against Drug Resistant Staph Infection, MRSA

Lavender Is Effective Against Drug Resistant Staph Infection, MRSA | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
Share Tweet Lavender has long been noted for its calming effects, but its benefits go far beyond that. It fights fungal infections and drug resistant bacteria with 100% effectiveness.

 

MRSA, methycillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, is becoming commonplace. It originated in hospitals as a result of overuse and misuse of antibiotics and has become symbolic of out-of-control mainstream medicine. The disease created by antiobiotics used for treatment of staph infections is often far worse than the original.

 

A large number of studies have demonstrated lavender oil’s ability to treat both staph infections and MRSA. Most commonly, L. angustifolia has been used. However, at least one study looks at three other varieties, L. latifolia, L. stoechas, and L. luisieri. It found them all effective, but also noted that combinations of different varieties appeared to provide even better curative ability.

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Autism: If you can't cure it, redefine it

Autism: If you can't cure it, redefine it | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
A proposed change in the definition of autism could change many lives, and not for the better.

 

The Times’s Benedict Carey reports that as it prepares for a new edition of the D.S.M., the A.P.A. is revisiting the question of what it means to be officially diagnosed as “autistic.” A proposed change in that definition would eliminate Asperger’s syndrome and “pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified” from the diagnosis, and in the process remove up to a million people, statistically, from the numbers of those diagnosed with autism. One expert suggested that the narrower definition would “nip [the autism epidemic] in the bud” — without, of course, changing the daily lives of those disabled by their symptoms one bit.

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Dutch MEP questions reliability of EFSA aspartame review

Dutch MEP questions reliability of EFSA aspartame review | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
An MEP has questioned the validity of the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) review of aspartame following what she claims was support from the agency’s scientists for a statement backing the safety of the sweetener.

 

Dutch lawmaker Kartika Liotard said: "The EFSA aspartame re-evaluation will not be ready before September 2012. It is questionable if this review is still an independent and unprejudiced one, after this statement" [of EFSA scientists Vittorio Silano and John Christian Larsen supporting the findings of a recent conference that held that there are no health risks in relation to aspartame use in food and beverages and that all low and no-calorie sweeteners currently on the market are safe.]

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine Treatments in Psychiatry | Free PDF | Free Book | 110 pages

Complementary and Alternative Medicine Treatments in Psychiatry | Free PDF | Free Book | 110 pages | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
With the public's increased interest in and use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) treatments, physicians find themselves being questioned more frequently by their patients about non-pharmaceutical options and wellness-oriented...
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Taking Two Heart Drugs Triples Risk of Hospitalization from Falls in Adults Aged 25-59

Taking Two Heart Drugs Triples Risk of Hospitalization from Falls in Adults Aged 25-59 | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
Share Tweet A new study shows that people given more than one drug for the nonexistent ‘diseases’ of high cholesterol and high blood pressure are hospitalized 3 times more often for serious falls.

 

The researchers found that, in general, pharmaceutical drug combinations result in 2½ times more serious injuries from falls than taking one or no drugs. This connection was found to hold true even when confounding factors such as hazardous drinking, illicit drug use, or amount of sleep were factored in. The worst combination was drugs taken for high blood pressure or high cholesterol.

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Kobe University lab creates 'novel' H5N1 in 'secret' lab

Kobe University lab creates 'novel' H5N1 in 'secret' lab | Health Supreme | Scoop.it

Kobe University PhD student Teridah Ernala confesses to creating H1N1-H5N1 "novel" viruses; Kawaoka's virus thief Akiko Makino lies to Indonesian authorities to avoid arrest for attempted smuggling of H5N1 out of Indonesia, gives authorities another university as research facility she works for By Robert S. Finnegan 05 Jan 2012

 

This young Indonesian "scientist" through the years of our contact revealed to me the inner-workings of her "secret" lab at Kobe University and a new BSL-4 in Tokyo that was working on H5N1 and H1N1 viruses, among others. Kobe University does NOT officially have a BSL-4 lab, and yet this microbiologist was assigned by her professor Yoshihiro Kawaoka to work on recombinant H5N1 and H1N1 in a "secret" (her words) lab at their facility.

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Daily dose of rosehip extract could help cut heart disease, lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol

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Obese patients who consumed a drink made with rose hip powder every day for just six weeks saw their blood pressure and cholesterol levels drop significantly, a study from Lund University in Sweden found.

 

"Scientists estimate rose hip could reduce the risk of heart disease in obese patients by 17 per cent..."

 

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Synthetic biology and the rise of the 'spider-goats'

Synthetic biology and the rise of the 'spider-goats' | Health Supreme | Scoop.it
Horizon presenter Adam Rutherford looks at the advances in synthetic biology and genetic engineering that have resulted in, among other things, computer-made life forms and cancer assassin cells...
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