Doctors Have No Explanation: Mix Cinnamon And Honey And Cure Arthritis, Cancer, Gallbladder, Cholesterol And 10 Other Diseases

Doctors Have No Explanation: Mix Cinnamon And Honey And Cure Arthritis, Cancer, Gallbladder, Cholesterol And 10 Other Diseases

The traditional Chinese medicine has used the combination of honey and cinnamon for thousands of years, and this mixture has a long tradition of use as a homemade medicine. Honey is one More »

The Miracle Tree That Could Cure 300 Diseases Including Cancer Tumor And Diabetes

The Miracle Tree That Could Cure 300 Diseases Including Cancer Tumor And Diabetes

While moringa oleifera remains relatively unknown in the West, it has developed a reputation in its native lands for its unusually high nutritional value. This tree, which is also known as ‘drumstick More »

WWE superstar suddenly stops a live fight, honors a 7-year-old cancer survivor in the crowd

WWE superstar suddenly stops a live fight, honors a 7-year-old cancer survivor in the crowd

WWE superstar John Cena is one of the most recognizable faces of the organization. He has been crowned champion numerous times, and he is known for his grit and will to never More »

 

Doctors Have No Explanation: Mix Cinnamon And Honey And Cure Arthritis, Cancer, Gallbladder, Cholesterol And 10 Other Diseases

The traditional Chinese medicine has used the combination of honey and cinnamon for thousands of years, and this mixture has a long tradition of use as a homemade medicine.
Honey is one of the healthiest foods on the planet, while cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to people.

 

The Miracle Tree That Could Cure 300 Diseases Including Cancer Tumor And Diabetes

While moringa oleifera remains relatively unknown in the West, it has developed a reputation in its native lands for its unusually high nutritional value.
This tree, which is also known as ‘drumstick tree’, and ‘horseradish tree’ has tiny, rounded leaves which are abundant in a huge number of nutrients:

WWE superstar suddenly stops a live fight, honors a 7-year-old cancer survivor in the crowd

WWE superstar John Cena is one of the most recognizable faces of the organization. He has been crowned champion numerous times, and he is known for his grit and will to never give up.
During a showing of Monday Night Raw, Cena was pitted to fight against Sting, another big name of the franchise. With the spotlight on them as the main event of the evening, spectators were ready to witness an epic battle.

Dandelion Root Benefits Can Boost Your Immune System and Cure Cancer

For centuries, dandelion has been widely used for its recognizable health properties. Civilizations around the world have utilized this weed in several different treatments and cures. Dandelion’s impact in the medicinal world is just as strong today as it was in the past. In fact, recent events and studies have lead medical researches to a fascinating new discovery- dandelion may help to cure cancer.

Ovarian Cancer: 10 Warning Signs Of ‘The Silent Killer’ Women Should Never, Ever Ignore

Each year, more than 20,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
As the fifth most common cancer among women, ovarian cancer is commonly nicknamed the “silent killer” among women over the age of 55.

 

Is The Fibromyalgia Mystery Finally Solved?

Before I begin this post I have entitled, “Is The Fibromyalgia Mystery Finally Solved?” I would like to present a real life case that presented to my practice of chronic pain management:
The young wife and her husband were waiting anxiously in the exam room,  ” What seems to be troubling you Stella…”,  I asked her?   “I am so uncomfortable Doctor.  I ache all over, I have trouble sleeping, I have no energy, and I am depressed.  

He Used To Be “The Strongest Boy In The World”, And 16 Years Later He Is Unrecognizable!

Native to Ukraine, Richard Sandark and his family immigrated to the United States since he was a child. Today he is 24 years old and lives in Hollywood in California, and this is and the reason is…
After moving to Pennsylvania, his father has started to train him in the gym, which resulted in the discipline and care, and Richard began to shape his body like a pro.

This titanium super-material creates perfect spheres of blood, plasma, and water

Implanted medical devices like stents, catheters, and titanium rods are essential, life-saving tools for patients around the world.
Still, having a foreign object in the human body does pose its own risks – chiefly, having the body reject the object or increasing the risk of dangerous blood clots. 

Kill Cancer Cells By Removing THIS 1 Thing From Your Diet!

We get a lot of flack for reporting on the multitude of carcinogens in everything from pesticide to oatmeal and kids’ snacks. I get it; it can be overwhelming. In this article, though, I’m going to make things very simple.
If you follow only one piece of cancer prevention advice, let it be this:

No, Wi-Fi Does Not Cause Cancer

Wi-Fi, the invisible, wireless communications network, is everywhere these days. This omnipresence has led to certain individuals becoming concerned that it may be causing detrimental health problems in humans, as highlighted in a recent feature by ABC Catalyst. However, there is in fact no evidence whatsoever to suggest that Wi-Fi causes any sort of harm to anyone at any point during their lives.

Wi-Fi (standing for Wireless Fidelity) communicates between devices using radio waves, much like those that transmit television or radio show transmissions across the world. The frequencies of these radio waves are far higher – between 2.4 and 5 gigahertz – than FM radio transmission, which tend to be around 10 to 100 times lower. As frequency is directly related to the energy of the wave, higher frequency waves are also more energetic.

Human bodies contain systems that rely on electrical signals, like the heart and brain. Particularly energetic radiation could therefore potentially disrupt them, with drastic medical consequences. In addition, certain sources of radiation, such as X-rays, can damage DNA and potentially lead to cancer.

So is there any evidence to suggest that the radiation used in Wi-Fi networks – known as radiofrequency radiation – also causes these types of harm? At a recent gathering of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a panel decided that radiofrequency radiation could possibly be harmful, perhaps inducing cancer. It is classified as a Class 2B possible human carcinogen, but this is by no means evidence of actual danger.

Wi-Fi actually shares this category with coffee, carpentry, Styrofoam cups and pickled vegetables – all “possible” human carcinogens. Inclusion in this category means that the possibility that they cause cancer hasn’t been ruled out, but the link hasn’t been demonstrated.

Mobile phones use radiofrequency radiation that is similarly energetic to that used by Wi-Fi. There have been a plethora of studies investigating links between mobile phone usage and health problems, including brain tumors. Although some have suggested that the most frequent users are more likely to develop tumors, this could be explained by problems with the way the study was carried out.

In fact, the studies that seem to show a link between brain cancer and radiofrequency radiation exposure are often found to be poor or flawed studies. The evidence is, at the very least, massively inconsistent, and far larger studies that have analyzed the results of multiple smaller ones have concluded there is no such link between mobile phone or Wi-Fi exposure and the disease in adults, children and even animals.

It’s simply not energetic enough to be dangerous. A small number of medical researchers, such as those appearing in the ABC Catalyst feature, may be wary of this “sea of radiation” produced by mobile phone and Wi-Fi networks, but even they admit that there is literally no evidence to suggest that they are harmful.

Some people may claim to be hypersensitive to Wi-Fi, in that being exposed to these networks induces headaches, nausea, and fatigue. The WHO, as does every other major health collective around the world, concludes that this hypersensitivity isn’t a real phenomenon.

In summary, you are about as likely to get cancer from Wi-Fi as you are to get cancer from a carrot.

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