Healing Bell’s Palsy

by Anthony Williams

Bell’s palsy is a relatively common condition that can show up in a myriad of ways. The face may droop in the eye, nose, or mouth area. It may droop on one side or on both sides. It can last only temporarily or for many years. At times it is very painful; other times there is no feeling at all. Sometimes Bell’s palsy affects more than just the face leaving doctors baffled. Oftentimes, when this happens, the person with the condition will be misdiagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). Unfortunately, these labels are just names that have been given to a set of symptoms that are still a mystery to medical communities.

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German Supreme Court Upholds Biologist’s Claim that Measles Virus Does Not Exist (So Why the MMR Vaccine?)

Could There Be Something Wrong with the Germ Theory?

by Paul Fassa
Health Impact News

Our modern medicine’s paradigm is based mostly on the germ theory of microbes invading our bodies and causing disease, thus creating the need for a war against microbes to eliminate them all and conquer all diseases. Fear is the motivation for creating the weapons of antibiotics, antivirals, and vaccines befitting this concept, but our modern populations are sicker than ever.

Are the weapons creating chronic debilitating diseases in exchange for acute illnesses considered infectious that most manage to get over with a renewed resilience to the dreaded pathogenic microbes blamed for all illness? Are we actually destroying our immune systems with our war on microbes? Continue reading

Shingles Epidemic is Bolting Straight at the U.S.

by Joseph Mercola, DO

It’s now been fifteen years since Merck’s chickenpox vaccine was approved for market.  What had always been regarded as a relatively benign childhood illness was suddenly reinvented in the 1990s as a life-threatening disease for which children must get vaccinated or face dire health consequences.  But wait-Merck to the rescue!

As is true with many new and potentially unnecessary medical interventions used on a widespread basis, there are often unintended consequences. The chickenpox (varicella) vaccine is a perfect example.  By trying to prevent all children from experiencing chickenpox naturally, this policy may have actually created a NEW epidemic-not in children but in adults, especially elderly adults. Continue reading