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Biotech in panic as CRISPR gene editing found to cause cancer
Mike Adams The biotech industry is in a panic as two new studies reveal “CRISPR” gene editing may lead to a wave of cancer in humans.

Even biotech companies now admit they cannot deny the science.

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New study proves the undeniable connection between vaccination and autismBy Isabelle Z. | Read the full story
Google banning advertising of nutritional supplements and gun accessories in latest censorship attackBy Jayson Veley | Read the full story
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Surprising new research concludes that baking soda can prevent autoimmune disease on a cellular levelBy Isabelle Z. | Read the full story
Are you familiar with these 20 herbs that can be used as medicine?By Carol Anderson | Read the full story
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More of Today’s ArticlesFact check: Daily Caller claims lack of vaccines is causing a return of polio to Venezuela … but so far the grand total is just one patient
Venezuela’s crumbling socialized healthcare system has been making headlines as the government has struggled to dole out the funds being demanded for vaccines. Propagandists are already …

Army researchers develop A.I. tech that helps U.S. soldiers learn 13x faster than conventional methods
A Phys.org article states that Army researchers are making huge strides in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) that can support U.S. soldiers on the battlefield. Their latest development is …

Survival medicine: Are you familiar with the medicinal uses of honey?
Aside from being a natural sweetener, preppers know thatraw honey has several medicinal uses that can be helpful in a pinch. Check them out below, and don’t forget to include some honey in …

Garlic is good for your heart; it lowers your blood pressure
Garlic has long been renowned for its antibacterial effects; however, several studies have shown that it could also have the potential to be beneficial to the heart. One such study, published in …

Trump rapidly becoming the “conservation president” by revitalizing America’s parks
You’d never know it by the reaction from the environmentalist-and-conservationist-minded Left, but President Donald Trump is doing more for America’s heritage sites and national parks than any …

Tomato extracts kill stomach cancer cells, new study shows
When you think of cancer-fighting foods, what usually comes to mind? Perhaps you think of turmeric, ginger, or green tea, but what about tomatoes? You’re probably aware they’re good for you, but …

Caring for your bones: Prevent breaks by exercising and taking in more calcium and vitamin D
While injuries are unavoidable, this doesn’t mean that you can’t take measures to prevent them. As a prepper, you can’t afford to get injured because it can severely affect your …

Despite public education campaigns, people in Illinois are still using synthetic weed, then getting hospitalized with bleeding eyes and ears
Marijuana, in its natural form, is known to provide a ton of medical and health-promoting properties. It’s also pretty cheap and can be grown in your backyard – which, of course, isn’t …

Waste: Bitcoin to use half a percent of the world’s electric energy consumption by the end of this year
New research published in the journal Joule warns that the energy consumption needed to mine and process Bitcoin could end up being far higher than anyone ever imagined before the year’s …

From vitamin C therapy to acupuncture: Natural ways to prevent and ease shingles
Even though at least onein three people will develop shingles, or herpes zoster, in their lifetime, there are only a handful of effective remedies for the viral disease. A person develops …

Moving the goal posts: University claims “LGBT” label is not “inclusive” enough… wait, what?
Concerned that someone on the vast and undefinable gender spectrum might be offended by the continued use of the longtime acronym, the University of Wisconsin – Madison is officially scrapping …

Chia seeds: A nutritional powerhouse
Hailed by the Mesoamerican culture as grains sent by the heavens, chia seeds remain a highly respected alternative remedy for various health conditions. Its use in medicine is varied and its …

Brain entrainment may potentially help avoid or correct dyslexia, study suggests
Previous studies have shown that the brain is capable of adjusting the frequency of its waves in time with the rhythm of certain sounds. This phenomenon is known as brainwave entrainment, a …

Both depression and obesity are on the rise – coincidence? These conditions are linked in many ways
Depression and obesity are both alarming matters. Depression victimizes the mental health, while obesity damages the physical body. Imagine how it can ruin a person diagnosed with both. Recent …

     
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