There are still many people (including medical professionals) who believe that taking a daily aspirin helps prevent blood clots that form in the blood vessels. However, last month the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) issued its final recommendations on aspirin which included a recommendation against the use of aspirin for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in … Continue reading Blood Clots
Sadly, many people only follow the major media outlets and are not aware of the whole truth. Some major items not covered by the mainstream media are: A small batch of documents released by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in mid-November 2021 revealed that in the first three months of the COVID vaccine rollout, … Continue reading You should be aware of
Almost 2 years ago, in the beginning of September of 2020, I noticed a bump on my right eyelid. When I touched it, I could feel that there was some kind of cyst under the eyelid which could be moved. I went to see multiple ophthalmologists, and one of them asked me to take an … Continue reading Are you planning to have an MRI?
So, you might have heard some stories of Russian immigrants and business whom have been discriminated against in the US because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. Do you feel sorry for them because of what you see on the news that Russians are killing Ukrainian people? However, there are many news … Continue reading In Ukraine
As you search on the web about vitamin B12, what do they say? Many say that B12 is one of the most important nutrients because if you don’t have enough in your system, you may become megaloblastic anemia, or experience fatigue, palpitations, dementia, infertility, and numbness and tingling in the hands and feet. I have also … Continue reading Misinformed nutrition
We all love “easy”, “quick”, and “convenient” things in our busy life. We live in a culture that values convenience. Thus, many tools and products are invented. The microwave oven, instant ramen, fast food, plastic bottles, plastic bags, cell phones, and computers are some of the many many items that we heavily depend on. Even … Continue reading Where is real fabric?
https://rumble.com/embed/vqkqsy/?pub=4 A lot of things have happened since the year has begun. England has lifted many of its pandemic restrictions including mandatory facemasks in enclosed places and vaccine passports that were previously required to enter nightclubs and large events. The Danish government announced that “COVID-19 should no longer be categorized as a socially critical disease after 31 January … Continue reading My body my choice
I have discussed oral health before and have mentioned Dr. Weston Price’s research about nutrition. Dr. Weston A. Price (1870-1948) was a Cleveland dentist who traveled around the world to visit indigenous tribes to study their oral health. In the 1930s, Dr. Price discovered that tooth decay is but one symptom in an overall debilitation of human … Continue reading Your mouth shows your health?
https://rumble.com/vrc6xf-45918483.html I am really disappointed again with NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio. On December 6, he announced that starting Dec. 27, NYC's vaccine mandate will expand to all private-sector workers, and in-door dinning and in-door activities requires proof of vaccine from 5 years old and up starting Dec 14. How evil his orders are! All … Continue reading Great Reset
It’s been known for a long time that mushrooms have health benefits. According to Visual Dictionary, there are over 50,000 species of mushrooms, including molds and yeasts. Various types are hallucinogenic, 1 to 2 % of species are poisonous, and others are used for their medicinal properties. Medicinal mushrooms are a unique subset containing health-boosting compounds … Continue reading Magic Mushroom