In an interview with The Defender, Marie Follmer said no one warned her that her 19-year-old son -- a healthy, elite athlete who had recovered from COVID -- shouldn't get the Pfizer vaccine because it would put him at greater risk of developing myocarditis
A group of concerned parents had children's face masks independently tested after they’d been worn for a typical school day. The startling results reveal a range of pathogenic bacteria, including 11 strains scientists described as "quite dangerous"
Here’s what science has found most beneficial about silymarin, extracted from milk thistle and known to be a friend of your liver mainly through its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
Looking for a coffee alternative that packs the same energetic punch? Try yerba mate tea for a healthy way to boost your day
Did you know that ginseng, a root-based plant, has wonderful health benefits for your brain and heart and protects the natural functioning and balance of your entire body?
If a vaccine provider refuses to file a vaccine reaction report with VAERS, you can do it yourself
a CDC study found mask requirements for students had little effect on COVID-19 incidence at Georgia schools, while improved ventilation, such as opening a window, reduced cases more than mask mandates for staff and teachers
Here are five compelling, science-based reasons why your diet shouldn’t miss out on sesame seeds -- be they roasted, soaked or sprouted -- beyond the occasional sprinkling and added texture on your burger bun
"Medical science has made such tremendous progress that there is hardly a healthy human left." -- Aldous Huxley
Here are 20 health benefits you can expect from mint in its many different, wonderful forms, from peppermint to spearmint to wild mint
Pfizer and Moderna say children as young as 5 could be eligible for COVID vaccines by early September, as both companies complete trials
Stay a step ahead of urinary tract infections by boosting your diet with nature’s best UTI fighting foods
Papaya is more than just a delicious treat, especially when served cold and juicy in its ripeness. It also provides a wealth of benefits against wounds, skin damage and gut problems, to name a few of its precious therapeutic effects lauded since ancient times
Revel in the seasonal colors and tastes of spring with these five fresh picks with distinct health and disease-fighting benefits
VAERS data released today showed 294,801 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines, including 5,165 deaths and 25,359 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and May 28, 2021
Want to lighten up and slide effortlessly into summer fun? Eating these nine foods is a great way to boost your health and detoxify your body -- so you can sail through spring with ease
If a big belly is weighing you down, nature may offer some sensible solutions. From coconut oil and green tea to dark chocolate and vitamin D, these six natural substances are worth looking into
Proponents argue self-disseminating vaccines could mean they no longer have to run complex mass vaccination programs. Critics say the vaccines pose many health risks and would also spell the end of informed consent
There are many reasons to be wary of the COVID-19 vaccines, which have been rushed to market with grossly inadequate evaluation and aggressively promoted to an uninformed public
Speaking to a packed audience with tears of both outrage, sadness and inspiration, and ending with a standing ovation, Leila Centner's presentation reveals the way the CDC guidelines for COVID-19 in schools, including masking, social distancing, and Plexiglass separations are inhumane, and need to be reverted before they cause irreparable harm to our beloved children.
Benjamin Rush accurately foretold a grave possibility facing Americans today, namely, that the art and science of healing be restricted to a select class of allopathic physicians, who have the sole legal right to recommend and administer medicines, and whose pharmacopeia excludes – as a matter of principle – all the healing foods, vitamins and herbs which have been used safely and effectively for countless millenia in the prevention and treatment of disease
Overwhelming pressure from governments and the public has compelled social media platforms to take unprecedented action on what users share online in the pandemic. But who fact checks the fact checkers?
Nature has safe nontoxic answers to the crisis of over-reliance and addiction to pain medications with their known harmful effects
NPR published a hit piece about Mercola.com and other vaccine safety advocates designed to disparage and discredit those who are speaking out against COVID propaganda
The greatest ally against chronic disease may be found in your everyday diet, from fresh, raw fruits and vegetables to popular beverages such as coffee and green tea
"How many Americans have died after taking the COVID vaccine?" If you haven't paid attention, the answer to this question may shock you
Research shows people with underlying health disorders or on immunosuppressive medications mount few antibodies to COVID vaccines, leading some to question if they should get the vaccine and, if so, what are the potential risks?
VAERS data released today showed 227,805 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines, including 4,201 deaths and 18,528 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and May 14, 2021
Consuming honey, nature’s sweet gift freely given through the work and movement of honeybees, gets sweeter in light of its wide-ranging health benefits
New OSHA guidance holds employers liable for adverse reactions if they require employees be vaccinated for COVID as a condition of employment, which could negatively impact the employer’s safety rating
This unsung dietary hero is so essential your cells wouldn’t know what to do without it. Read on to learn why zinc is one mineral you just can’t afford to miss
Find out more about quercetin and how this potent antioxidant flavonoid offers significant therapeutic benefits against a wide range of conditions, from diabetes to DNA damage
When seasonal allergies flare, do you reach for antihistamine drugs that can leave you edgy and dehydrated? If you'd like to explore natural options for your runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, and post-nasal drip, these six foods, all rich in nutrients called flavonoids, may help you combat hay fever
You can hold the government accountable for protecting your ability to choose what's best for your health and for the wellbeing of your children
This is an exclusive cross-interview recorded on May 5th, 2021, between Geoff Brumfiel, the NPR reporter who wrote a denigrating piece on Sayer Ji. Both parties agreed to ask a number of questions of one another, to be recorded and shared with the public in order to provide the full context of the written piece.
Achieving and maintaining a healthy weight may be tough, but these natural aids can help you lose unwanted pounds -- and keep them off for good
The idea of “food as medicine” may be a bit hard to swallow, especially if you have a gourmand’s palate. What if you could fight a host of diseases and even increase your longevity, just by adding a few delicious servings of fungus to your diet every day? Not to worry – these fungi are what French chefs dream of!
Vote TODAY 5/11/21 - First step to Vaccine Passports and forced Covid-19 vacination
Immunologist Dr. J. Bart Classen analyzed the RNA sequence of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, revealing sequences that could play a role in the future development of prion disease and other neurodegenerative conditions
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will report only those breakthrough cases resulting in hospitalization or death. The agency also lowered the testing threshold, but only for the fully vaccinated
In this open letter to public health officials penned by Ann Rosen, a plea is made to oust the campaign to villainize critical thinking and autonomy and instead have an open discussion about public health that would serve the needs of everyone
Centner Academy, a private school in Miami, has made international headlines for directing its employees who have not yet received the experimental COVID-19 vaccine to wait until the end of the school year, as a precautionary step to protect the health of their school community, given both concerning new anecdotal reports that the vaccinated can adversely affect the health of the un-vaccinated, and that that clinical safety and efficacy data will not be completed until sometime in 2023.
In this powerful and inspiring interview, Leila Centner, co-founder and CEO of Centner Academy, a private school in Miami, which made international headlines for directing its employees who have not yet received the experimental COVID-19 vaccine to wait until the end of the school year, reveals the true motivations and rationale for her decision.
Heart disease is a leading killer in the U.S., but you don't have to live in fear of an attack. Eating these five foods can help you defend your heart
An important and highly concerning study published early this year in the journal Microbiology & Infectious Diseases titled, “Covid-19 RNA Based Vaccines and the Risk of Prion Diseases,” addresses one of the many potential, unintended, adverse health effects of the experimental mRNA Covid-19 vaccines presently being deployed worldwide, namely, their possible induction of prion diseases, a category of highly fatal brain disorders
Communication outlets today are increasingly structured as non-profits, which comes with a whole host of issues
Currently the CDC is asserting that there is no proof of causation and that the EUA approved COVID vaccines, however, they have not released the data that allows them to come to these conclusions
The U.S. federal government is going along with the global Great Reset plan (promoted as "building back better"), but this plan won't build anything but a technological prison
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now recommending pregnant women to get the COVID-19 vaccine, based on preliminary postmarketing surveillance data
In light of these and other similar developments, Sayer Ji and Jason Crowe discuss the growing move by governments to criminalize free speech, and alternative voices, information, and health freedom advocates who are not in alignment or who question the official narrative.
An Evidence-Based Position Paper to Ensure Ethical Conduct
"The release of genetically engineered mosquitoes puts Floridians, the environment, and endangered species at risk in the midst of a pandemic."
Health Impact News compiled the latest data on reports of COVID vaccine injuries and deaths in EU countries following vaccination with all four COVID vaccines approved in the EU for emergency use
Sayer Ji interviews both Dr. Larry Palevsky and Dr. Peter Breggin on the topic of Masks and Social Distancing in Schools, the nature of "Covid", globalism as a context for the agenda, and more