BIRTH CONTROL PILL OFFICIALLY LINKED TO INCREASED RISK OF BREAST CANCER

by Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer Waking Times Some predict that in coming years cancer rates will climb to 1 in 2 adults, and in the throes of such a serious cancer epidemic, all eyes are on causes and cures. Hormonal birth control has long been suspected of contributing to the risk of developing cancer, and this claim is further supported by a European study of cancer rates in women who use this hugely popular method of birth control. Looking at a large swath of data collected on Danish women using hormonal birth control, researchers note a link to the development of breast cancer, coming … Continue reading BIRTH CONTROL PILL OFFICIALLY LINKED TO INCREASED RISK OF BREAST CANCER

Chemotherapy found to increase the number of tumor cells circulating in the blood, spreading it to previously unaffected areas

by: Isabelle Z. (Natural News) Chemotherapy is a pretty scary prospect, but a lot of people are convinced by their doctors that its potential benefits are worth enduring the very unpleasant side effects. Unfortunately, a new study shows that getting chemotherapy before surgery can actually increase the tumor cells in your blood and spread the cancer to other areas. This adds to the growing body of evidence that chemotherapy isn’t as solid of a cancer treatment as many doctors make it seem. According to the study, which was published in Science Translational Medicine, several common breast cancer chemotherapy drugs that are used for treating … Continue reading Chemotherapy found to increase the number of tumor cells circulating in the blood, spreading it to previously unaffected areas

How to Track a Cellphone Without GPS—or Consent

Photo: AP by Dell Cameron As the Supreme Court mulls over the case of Carpenter v. United States, which may have far-reaching consequences for police who track suspects without a warrant via their cellphones, four engineers at Princeton University have revealed a brand-new method for identifying the location of a cellphone user. The result of their ingenuity is as remarkable as it is alarming. Using only data that can be legally collected by an app developer without the consent of a cellphone’s owner, researchers have been able to produce a privacy attack that can accurately pinpoint a user’s location and trajectory without … Continue reading How to Track a Cellphone Without GPS—or Consent

New intolerant narrative of the deranged Left: All MEN are dangerous, simply for being men

 by: JD Heyes (Natural News) In the modern age, the Alt-Left has decided that men should no longer be men but rather neutered, cowering wimps who are too weak to stand up for themselves or to the stronger women who should be running things anyway (or so we’re told). That helps explain much of the anger over Hillary Clinton’s monumental loss to Donald J. Trump in the Nov. 2016 election, especially among the feminist crowd, most of whom were certain they would be celebrating the country’s first female president ever (as if gender should even be a qualifier for the most powerful position … Continue reading New intolerant narrative of the deranged Left: All MEN are dangerous, simply for being men

My Afternoon With Dr. Don, the Male-Spanking Therapist

by C. Brian Smith I’m naked and bent over the lap of a 72-year-old bald man named “Dr. Don” who is spanking me with a bare hand in his second floor apartment in East L.A. He keeps a steady pace — equal intervals between spanks — which occasionally syncs up with the steadfast tick of a grandfather clock in the corner. While neither an M.D. nor a Ph.D. — nor any D, for that matter — Dr. Don explains he’s a “Spankologist,” or an expert in adult male spanking. “People who have spanked for as many years as I have are considered doctors of their trade,” he reasons. … Continue reading My Afternoon With Dr. Don, the Male-Spanking Therapist

VA hospitals now hiring FELONS as doctors

 by: Isabelle Z. (Natural News) When you go to the doctor’s, you’re taking a gamble. Perhaps you’ll be lucky enough to end up seeing someone with a gentle bedside manner who offers you unbiased advice that is legitimately helpful. It’s more likely, however, that you’ll be going to one of the many doctors who tries to see as many patients per hour as possible, spending all of five minutes with you before sending you on your way with a prescription for whatever drug the pharmaceutical reps are offering incentives for prescribing. If you’re going to a VA doctor, however, it could be … Continue reading VA hospitals now hiring FELONS as doctors

Aging Expert: The First Person to Live to 1,000 Has Already Been Born

image edited by Fernando Kaskais  IN BRIEF SENS Research Foundation co-founder Aubrey de Grey believes in a world in which we no longer age. At a London event, he explained that he believes the first person who will live to be 1,000 has already been born, and we’ll solve this “aging problem” within 20 years. TO BE YOUNG FOREVER Aging has plagued biological organisms since life first began on planet Earth and it’s an accepted and universally understood part of life. Sure, things like climate change pose significant threats to society, but aging will almost certainly still exist even if … Continue reading Aging Expert: The First Person to Live to 1,000 Has Already Been Born