How Astroturfing and Other Media Manipulation Compromise Your Ability to Get Truthful Information

Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published October 28, 2017. Ninety percent of news media, be it television, radio, print or online, are controlled by six corporations. As a result, the vast majority of what you read, see and hear is part of a carefully orchestrated narrative created and controlled by… Read More »

New Study Links Phthalates to Cardiovascular Disease

Phthalates are chemical compounds primarily used in plastics. Past research has identified a link between phthalates and cardiovascular disease,1 and a recent study2 has helped to identify at least one mechanism linking phthalate exposure to cardiovascular disease. A review published in 20163 showed that there was a significantly increased risk to cardiovascular disease and infertility… Read More »

How Vaccines Can Damage Your Brain

Vaccines, Depression and Neurodegeneration After Age 50: Another Reason to Avoid the Recommended Vaccines. By Russell L. Blaylock, M.D., CCN It has been estimated that 14.8 million Americans suffer from major depressive disorder and of this number 6 million are elderly. If we include anxiety disorders, which commonly accompany depression, the number jumps to 40… Read More »

Media Twists Findings of Study Linking High Serotonin to Dementia

Serotonin, routinely misrepresented as the “happy hormone,” is actually an antimetabolite, meaning it suppresses your body’s ability to create energy in the electron transport chain of your mitochondria. As a result, high serotonin can lead to fatigue, a slower metabolism and weight gain. The drug industry has a strong incentive to suppress bad press about… Read More »

How Music Helps Unlock Memories and Improve Quality of Life for Dementia Patients

Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published June 8, 2017. Music is a potent form of communication. It conveys emotion — oftentimes far more effectively than words alone. When you hear music, many areas of your brain light up, including your nucleus accumbens, a part of your brain that releases the… Read More »