How Safe Really is 5G?

“Regarding the health risks of 5G, the Government states, “there should be no consequences for public health”. Does that reassure you? What evidence is being relied upon? Isn’t there just a hint of unfounded optimism in that statement?..” by GILLIAN JAMIESON via daily skeptic Few of the general public I speak to have any awareness of the possible health harms … Continue reading

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Stress at Middle Age Raises Risk of Dementia Later in Life for Men, Study Claims

{Filed under health} by James Tweedie via sputniknews Psychiatric researchers have warned that stress, depression and fatigue at middle age can increase the risk of men suffering senile dementia later on in life. The study, published by the American Medical Association’s journal JAMA Network Open, found that “through careful modelling, we established a connection between symptoms associated with mental distress … Continue reading

Sperm Count Drop Causes Concern for Global Health

“”Overall, we’re seeing a significant worldwide decline in sperm counts…”” by Deexa Khanduri via sputniknews A study published in the Human Reproduction Update journal collected data from more than 57,000 men over 223 studies across 53 countries, making it the largest meta-analysis ever conducted on the topic. Worldwide average sperm counts are “falling at an accelerated rate after halving over … Continue reading

Health & Wellness Heart More ‘Sudden Heart Attacks’ …with a ‘Climate Change’ Twist

“Tiny Particles in The Air May Trigger Sudden Heart Attacks, Study Suggests” by Kit Knightly via Off-Guardian Anyone following the news cycle since the Covid “vaccines” rolled out has seen a simply remarkable uptick in the number of things that can reportedly cause sudden strokes or heart attacks. Cold weather, hot weather, depression, various food, long covid AND short covid, … Continue reading

Can Nose Picking Really Cause Alzheimer’s?

While a team of researchers did confirm that a certain bacteria can enter the brain through the nose and “set off pathologies that look like Alzheimer’s disease,” they performed their work on mice. Picking one’s nose may pose a risk to one’s health greater that accidentally causing a nosebleed, as this activity can potentially result in increased risk of Alzheimer’s … Continue reading

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Scientists Suggest When Cancer Jab May Be Available

Cancer vaccines could be available to patients by 2030, the German couple behind the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, one of the most effective jabs against Covid-19, have claimed. Professors Ugur Sahin and Ozlem Tureci told BBC’s ‘Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg’ that they “feel that a cure for cancer or to changing cancer patients’ lives is in our grasp.” The couple co-founded the … Continue reading

Healthy Young People are Dying Suddenly and Unexpectedly from a ‘Mysterious’ Syndrome

“‘The majority of these SADS events, 90 per cent, occur outside the hospital – the person doesn’t make it – so it’s actually ambulance staff and forensics caring for the bulk of these patients,’ Dr Paratz said.” by Tom Heaton via Daily Mail People aged under 40 are being urged to have their hearts checked because they may potentially be … Continue reading

Mysterious Hepatitis Cases in Children Spread Across Europe

“In America, Alabama’s public health department said that nine cases have been found in children aged one to six years old, with two of them needing liver transplants.” By Oleg Burunov via sputniknews Image credit: © Fotolia / Spectral-Design Health officials are in the dark regarding what caused the disease, with some pointing the finger at COVID-19 given that the … Continue reading

Microplastics Found Deep in Lungs of Living People for First Time

“Microplastics were detected in human blood for the first time in March, showing the particles can travel around the body and may lodge in organs.” by Damian Carrington via The Guardian Headline image caption: Microplastics now contaminate the entire planet, from the summit of Mount Everest to the deepest oceans. Particles discovered in tissue of 11 out of 13 patients … Continue reading

Almost Entire World Population Breathing Substandard Air – WHO

“The WHO revised its standard for air pollution last year to emphasize the urgency for more government action on the issue.” via RT Image: © AFP / Fabrice COFFRINI The UN body tasked with advising governments on global public health challenges updated its air-pollution database on Monday for the first time since 2018. According to the new information, 99% of … Continue reading

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