Sunday, March 29, 2015

She Healed Breast Cancer With NutritionThen Won The Iron Man!

Dr. Ruth Heidrich healed stage 4 breast cancer with nutrition in 1982, then became a world class athlete winning more than 900 trophies, 6 Ironman Triathlons, 8 Senior Olympics Gold Medals and 67 marathons! 

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Chris Beat Cancer Blog

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Kid Activist Slams Monsanto at South Africa’s National Science Festival (and Takes Home a Prize for Her Efforts)

Kid Activist Slams Monsanto at South Africa’s National Science Festival (and Takes Home a Prize for Her Efforts
Alt Health Works,  23 March 2015
Scifest Africa is South Africa’s National Science Festival, established in 1996 in order “to promote the public awareness, understanding and appreciation of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and innovation.”
While the Monsanto Company would like to believe that anyone who opposes their genetically modified seeds, chemicals and crops are “impeding science,” the fact remains that the scientific jury is still out on them, especially in light of recent news that the company’s flagship product Roundup is a “probable carcinogen” according to the World Health Organization.
Recently an 11-year-old girl named Ruth Johnson got on stage at Scifest and took aim at the company and its products, in a poetry-slam style presentation.
She admitted it was her first time on stage and seemed a bit nervous, but she overcame her nerves and delivered a speech that had the audience in her back pocket by the end:
When they plant the (genetically modified) crop next to an organic farmer it will cross pollinate and they’ll sue the farmer,” she says.
That’s how they’re so rich…”
Watch the whole speech in the video below, thanks to March Against Monsanto South Africa:

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(Un) Informed Consent: A Few Things Parents Don’t Know About the Measles, Mumps & Rubella Vaccine – Part 1 by Louise Habakus

(Un) Informed Consent: A Few Things Parents Don't Know About the Measles, Mumps & Rubella Vaccine – Part 1

(Un) Informed Consent: A Few Things Parents Don’t Know About the Measles, Mumps & Rubella Vaccine – Part 1

by Louise Habakus

Green Med Info,    18 March 2015

How safe is the combination measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine? Is the information regarding these vaccines easily accessible to parents for them to make an informed and ultimately important choice? Here is part 1, vaccine safety followed by part 2, looking into the manufacturer Merck & Co. 

I've been dismayed by the national brouhaha characterized by the Four "Astroturf" Horsemen of Vaccine Hysteria: Fear, Anger, Blame, Hatred.
  • The unvaccinated must be hunted down and punished
  • Measles is deadly
  • We need a federal mandate for the measles vaccine
  • No exemptions for anyone
There's nary a mainstream outlet that hasn't jumped in and piled on. For a group of investigative journalists, health reporters, seasoned writers, and popular bloggers that claims to wrap themselves in the cloak of modern science, there's precious little scientific or even analytic thinking, let alone responsible, measured discussion. It remains to be seen whether mainstream journalism will grow a spine.

In the meantime, however, what concerns me is how little parents know about the combination measles, mumps & rubella vaccine (MMR).

I worry about informed consent.

In this post (Part One), we address the safety of the vaccine itself. In Part Two, we'll investigate what's going on with its manufacturer, Merck & Co.


Part One: MMR Vaccine Safety

Documentation of adverse events following vaccination

Start with the basics:

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Friday, March 20, 2015

We Are All Visitors Here - Australian Aboriginal Proverb

An evening at Golkonda (Hyderabad) - A Photo by Lovell D'souva

An evening at Golkonda (Hyderabad)
Photo by: Lovell D'souva


Happy Feet

Improve Garden Yields With Simple Crop Rotation

Spring garden planning: Rotate your veggies to reduce garden pests and weeds and increase yields. By following simple crop rotation methods, any potential build-up of soil-borne pests and diseases will be filtered out and the need to rely on non-organic herbicides, insecticides, or fungicides will never be necessary. Some other benefits of crop rotation are improved yields and workability of the soil, a reduction in soil crusting and erosion, and the recycling of plant nutrients, according to the USDA. ROTATE!