by Nina Pullano keshav patil Someone call Brad Pitt, because it might be time for a sci-fi spin on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. New research shows humans may be able to reverse their epigenetic clocks, a measure of biological age, with a trio of drugs that are already on the market. In a small, 1-year clinical trial published Thursday in the journal Aging Cell, nine participants took three common medications — growth hormone and two diabetes drugs — and reversed their biological age by 2-and-a-half years on average. Greg Fahy, Ph.D., lead author of the study and chief science officer of anti-aging therapeutics … Continue reading Humans Can Reverse Their Biological Age, Shows a ‘Curious Case’ Study
MIKE BLAKE / REUTERS For a century, the industry has used fumigants to farm berries year-round. by NICOLA TWILLEYCYNTHIA GRABERGASTROPOD In this episode, we tell an age-old tale: An innocent young berry heads west in search of fame and fortune—but sells its soul in the process. For our hero, the strawberry, to defeat its nemesis, a fungus called wilt, the aromatic red fruit makes a deal with the devil—and duly becomes America’s favorite berry. But its success relies on fumigants, toxic gases injected into the soil that kill everything in their path. So what are fumigants? What’s their effect on farm … Continue reading Almost All American Strawberries Are Grown With Toxic Chemicals
JAN HAVICKSZ STEEN / FINE ART IMAGES / HERITAGE IMAGES / GETTY Hundreds of people say a Michigan doctor falsely diagnosed them with epilepsy. He wouldn’t be the first to lie to patients about how sick they are. by OLGA KHAZAN The headaches started when Mariah Martinez was 10 years old. It was 2003, and she was living in Dearborn, Michigan, with her mother and two sisters. Whenever a headache struck, she would want to put her head down, stay in the dark, and be alone.Martinez saw her primary-care physician, who referred her to Yasser Awaad, a pediatric neurologist at … Continue reading Why Some Doctors Purposely Misdiagnose Patients
Brain-computer interfaces like the mindBEAGLE system shown here can help people with paralysis communicate. Facebook wants to take the technology to the next level. AP Our brains are perhaps the final privacy frontier. By Sigal Samuel Finding the best ways to do good. Made possible by The Rockefeller Foundation. Facebook wants to create a device that can read your mind — literally. It’s funding research on brain-machine interfaces that can pick up thoughts directly from your neurons and translate them into words, the company announced in a blog post last week. The short-term goal is to help patients with paralysis, by decoding their brain … Continue reading Facebook is building tech to read your mind. The ethical implications are staggering.
by Jessica Corbett, Common Dreams Waking Times Major corporations involved with commodities like beef, palm oil, and soya pledged in 2010 to end deforestation over the next decade—but instead of fulfilling that promise, a new Greenpeace International analysis found the companies are set to destroy at least 50 million hectares of forest worldwide by 2020. “Our message to companies is simple: evolve your business to prevent climate and ecological breakdown.” —Anna Jones, Greenpeace U.K.That estimate—the environmental advocacy group noted in a statement announcing its Countdown to Extinction report (pdf) Tuesday—is comparable to the size of Spain. It is also “a conservative estimate,” the group said, based … Continue reading IN JUST ONE DECADE, CORPORATIONS DESTROYED 50 MILLION HECTARES OF FOREST—AN AREA THE SIZE OF SPAIN
by: Tracey Watson (Natural News) Pharmaceutical companies have certainly made a massive impact on the well-being of human beings through the development of drugs that in some cases have literally meant the difference between life and death. Nonetheless, the legacy of pharmaceutical giants like Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Eli Lilly and others has been tainted by accusations of collusion and over-charging, and many of the drugs they have developed cause serious side effects. The opioid crisis in the United States has also largely been fueled by unscrupulous drug manufacturers more concerned with the bottom line than protecting vulnerable patients. New research indicates … Continue reading Pharmaceuticals are destroying fresh water ecosystems
by: Mike Adams (Natural News) Based on the urgency of the revelations that are now undeniable, I’ve decided to go public with information that shows Earth is being terraformed and prepared for a “post-human era.” At the same time, humanity is being mass-poisoned, indoctrinated and driven to cultural suicide. This is all part of the planned genocide of human beings and the occupation of planet Earth by non-human biologicals which need a colder planet, a collapse of plant life, dimmed sunlight and lower oxygen concentrations in the lower atmosphere. (These are all goals of the so-called “climate change” narrative being pushed by Earth’s globalists, … Continue reading The terraforming of planet Earth, and the planned annihilation of humankind: Dave Hodges interviews Mike Adams