In 2015, the World Health Organization categorized glyphosate as a probable human carcinogen. A new lawsuit, filed on behalf of cancer victims, claims the Environmental Protection Agency had the information to label glyphosate as carcinogenic two years earlier and instead… [read]
Chemotherapy is currently the most common treatment for cancer. While there are many well-researched and less-risky natural treatments available to cancer patients (The Gerson therapy, the Budwig protocol, and many others), the majority ends up choosing chemotherapy. Common reasons for… [read]
These days, the media and the general public label anyone who questions the overblown, profit-driven vaccine program as an “anti-vaxxer,” a label synonymous with “anti-science.” Many, if not most, of the people who have questioned the safety and efficacy of… [read]
For a long time, we have known that organophosphorus (OP) pesticides, like chlorpyrifos and diazinon, are bad for humans, as well as pests. Almost two decades ago, they began to be phased out for residential use due to the risks.… [read]
Some foods can speed you to your grave. Rather than promote health and healing, some foods are known to feed cancer more than they feed you.
Sodas are known to be bad for you, but did you know they… [read]
Everyone has heard the phrase, “You are what you eat,” but did you know that you can combat and prevent cancer through healthy food choices? The number one thing to focus on when trying to create a cancer-fighting diet is… [read]
Lately, there have been claims that radiation from Wi-Fi technology can lead to certain types of cancer and other diseases, especially in children under 5 years of age.
France recently banned Wi-Fi in day care centers to protect the children… [read]