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SIMPLE BAKING SODA CURE FOR PROSTATE CANCER SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

 

 BAKING SODA CURES CANCER VIDEO FOR THIS SUFFERER

Baking soda solution that a chap used to reclaim my health after being diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer that metastasized to the bones.

 

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CANCER CURE WITH BAKING SODA & MOLASSES IS HIGHLIGHTED IN THIS VIDEO

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

BAKING SODA CURE FOR CANCER, DOES IN WORK-THIS VIDEO SHOWS

Could the cure for cancer be as simple as sipping baking soda and molasses?
It took a lot for me to change my views on the curability of cancer, but after looking into this for along time, I realized that many of the alternative treatments worked by alkalizing the body, which facilitates oxygenation.
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/t…
Man recovers from cancer with baking soda cure:
http://phkillscancer.com/
Woman recovers from ‘incurable cancer’ with ozone and juicing after doctors give up on her:
http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=4…
Connection between Ph. oxygenation and cancer.
http://www.advancedhealthplan.com/fly…

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Cancer – The Forbidden Cures on video

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

See what secret forbidden cures are available for cancers in this video

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VIDEO OF A GUY HAVING A SEIZURE FOR YOUR VIEWING

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

 WATCHING A GUY HAVING A SEIZURE IN THIS LIVE VIDEO

See what happens as this guy has a seizure in front of your eyes

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SOME SAY THAT SEA MINERALS & TRACE ELEMENTS WILL EXTEND YOUR LIFE DRAMATICALLY

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Rare Undersea Discovery Could Extend

Your Life by 10, 20 or 30 Years

Rare Undersea Discovery Could Extend Your Life by 10, 20 or 30 Years

Humans have made incredible health strides and are living longer lives than ever.  Many of the maladies that struck down our ancestors have for the most part been completely eliminated – everything from tuberculosis, to polio to malaria.

Today, the biggest killers stem as much from our lifestyles as from microscopic bacteria and viruses.  One of the worst of these is heart disease, and specifically high blood pressure. It’s a slow, but efficient killer that robs many people of what should be the last 10, 20 or 30 years of their lives.

Part of the reason that heart disease is so prevalent and intractable is that it often requires massive changes to one’s lifestyle— changes that are not easy to make.  Everything from radically altering ones diet to implementing serious exercise routines.  And while it’s never too late to start, people often realize the true danger only when it’s too late to make the changes and the damage is done.

Now, however, there may be a scientific breakthrough that could have an impact on high blood pressure comparable to penicillin’s ability treat infections or quinine’s effect on malaria.

Scientists are claiming that they have now isolated unusual ingredients in a rare seaweed discovered by fishermen off the coast of Korea that offer incredible health benefits—including the ability to restore blood pressure to normal levels.

Dr. Haengwoo Lee, a renowned biochemist living near Seattle, Washington conducted a massive 15 year, multimillion dollar clinical study on these two ingredients. The first is Seanol, an extremely rare seaweed extract from Ecklonia Cava that’s proven to be 100 times more powerful than any land-based antioxidant. That’s because it stays working in your body for 12 hours, compared to land-based antioxidants that work for 30 minutes.

“Its secret is its make-up of special polyphenol antioxidants that are a whopping 40% lipid (fat) soluble,” Dr. Lee explains. “Unlike nearly all land-based antioxidants that are water soluble, Seanol’s protective compounds can get into things like the fatty tissues of your brain and penetrate all three layers of your cells, including the outside, the oil-based cell membranes, and your DNA.”

Indeed, Seanol is so powerful, it’s the only FDA-approved Ecklonia Cava marine-algae extract in existence.

The second ingredient is Calamarine, a deep-sea omega-3 discovery that delivers 85% more DHA omega-3s to your heart, brain, joints, and eyes. It’s known to combat everything from fatigue and poor memory, to vision problems, joint pain, mood swings and depression.

With that research in mind, Dr. Lee combined Seanol and Calamarine with a high dose of vitamin D to form Marine-D3, the newest supplement in the fight against age-related illnesses and high blood pressure.

According to the CDC, about 1 in 3 U.S. adults has high blood pressure, which increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, the two leading causes of death in the United States. Increasing your omega-3 intake can reduce high blood pressure, and because it’s difficult to get enough omega-3s in foods like fish and nuts, many people turn to supplements.

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Monday, April 8th, 2013

What Happens When You Take

a Testosterone Supplement?

What Happens When You Take a Testosterone Supplement?

Wow… I’m getting old.

It’s a disturbing thought, one that usually hits after an unexpected physical challenge. Maybe you’ve been unable to maintain your usual workout levels, or recovery is taking a lot longer than it used to. Perhaps fixes to the house are just a bit more difficult, or you find yourself feeling tired more often.

What’s most startling about this realization is that you don’t normally “feel old” but, nevertheless, you know you’re not the man you used to be.

And the issue? It could be a decrease in your testosterone.

Most people don’t realize that testosterone is a vital hormone for maintaining overall good health. An article from the Lance Armstrong Foundation’s Livestrong.com site, noted that when testosterone levels start to decline, men experience a gradual reduction in muscle density, size and strength. Testosterone stimulates the use of stored body fat for energy and keeps you looking lean, but when your levels decrease fatigue can set in from the breakdown of muscle tissue and poor energy production. The article adds, “You also see an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and other age-related illness that occur as testosterone levels slowly decline with age. Lower testosterone levels are associated with increased obesity, diabetes, fatigue, lower cognitive abilities, depression and heart disease.”

Testosterone replacement therapy is one possible way of handling the situation, but it must be done through a doctor and research is mixed on whether or not it actually works. The real trick is getting the body to safely start producing more testosterone on its own, and one of the most exciting approaches has been developed by a group of scientists working at a leading Cambridge, Massachusetts nutraceutical company.

This team developed a safe and effective supplement that actually triggers the body to raise free testosterone levels naturally. It’s called Test X180 and it’s now available to the public. Test X180 relies on well-researched natural testosterone boosting ingredients such as Testofen®, which can significantly pump up a person’s free testosterone levels.

The product has no harmful side effects and has been shown to deliver improvements in strength and endurance in just days. In fact, the company states that results of Test X180 include enhanced physical performance and stamina.

What kind of a difference can a testosterone boosting supplement like this make?

According to users of the product, it’s nothing short of spectacular. From increased muscle definition and quicker recovery times, to increased feelings of alertness and greater endurance, these users are reporting virtual transformations as a result of safely boosting their free testosterone

Monday, April 8th, 2013

We’ve heard it all before — smoking can ruin your lungs, your teeth, and especially your breath. But can it actually damage your brain? Unfortunately, yes. According to a shocking new study conducted by scientists at London’s King’s College, smoking “rots” the brain by damaging memory, learning, and reasoning. That’s right: smoking can actually cause brain damage.

My parents always told me “Only the stupid kids smoke,” but who knew they meant that literally?

The scientists conducted their research by gathering 8,800 people over the age of 50 and conducting numerous brain and intelligence tests, such as teaching them new words and seeing how well they retained the information. These tests were done every four years beginning in 2000. The results found a “consistent association” between smoking and lower scores in the test. Additionally, overall risk of a heart attack or stroke was “significantly associated with cognitive decline.”

Basically, they found that if you have any history of smoking, high blood pressure or obesity, you are definitely at risk.

It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time these links have been reported. Another recent study conducted by scientists at Anhui Medical University in China found that exposure to second-hand smoke could actually lead to dementia.

That said, there is a bright side: we can actually take steps to prevent mental decline. According to Dr. Alex Dregan of King’s College London, a number of risk factors associated with accelerated cognitive decline “could be modifiable” and that this discovery “offers valuable knowledge for future prevention and treatment interventions.” It’s all linked to a concept called “neuroplasticity,” in which the brain actually regrows nerve endings and repairs itself, as long as the mind remains stimulated.

How can we keep our minds stimulated?
Through the years, scientists have recommended a few different options like doing crossword puzzles or reading books, but let’s face it – those approaches have become a little dated, and not everyone enjoys the same activities. This is why neuroscientists have been spending years developing better and more exciting activities for people who want to take that extra step to keep their minds healthy and focused.

There are several excellent options out there, but one that has been getting a lot of attention recently is Lumosity. Designed by a team of dedicated neuroscientists in conjunction with Harvard University, Lumosity is an online program that basically functions as an exercise regimen for your brain. If you’ve ever exercised, you know you don’t get results doing the same exercises over and over again. The brain works the same way. That’s why Lumosity is so effective—it gives users a training program full of fun games and challenges that constantly stimulate the brain, thus preventing further damage.

Whether or not you’re at risk sure to smoking, everyone can benefit from improving mental sharpness and focus before it’s too late.

TAKE THIS COLOUR BLINDNESS TESTS-100% ACCURATE

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

COLOUR BLIND TEST HERE

Free Color Blind Test – Flash Version

Color blindness in humans is the inability to perceive differences between some of the colors that other people can distinguish. It is most often of genetic nature, but may also occur because of eye, nerve, or brain damage, or due to exposure to certain chemicals.

The free colorblind test above has been found to be nearly 100% accurate.  But even if you pass this test, be aware that color vision can deteriorate over the course of a lifetime.  

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE & TAKE THE TEST BELOW

http://www.maniacworld.com/color_blind_test.htm

Henry Sapiecha

BIRD FLU IN CHINA CAUSES THE SLAUGHTER OF 20,000 BIRDS

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

BIRD FLU OUTBREAK IN CHINA

(Reuters) – Chinese authorities slaughtered over 20,000 birds at a poultry market in Shanghai on Friday as the death toll from a new strain of bird flu mounted to six, spreading concern overseas and sparking a sell-off in airline shares in Europe and Hong Kong.

The local government in Shanghai said the Huhuai market for live birds had been shut down and 20,536 birds had been culled after authorities detected the H7N9 virus from samples of pigeons in the market. Other live poultry markets in the city will be closed down from Saturday, it said.

All the 14 reported infections from the H7N9 bird flu strain have been in eastern China and at least four of the dead are in Shanghai, a city of 23 million people and the showpiece of China’s vibrant economy.

The latest death was of a 64-year-old man in Zhejiang province, state news agency Xinhua said on Friday, adding that none of the 55 people who had close contact with him had shown symptoms of infection.

Shanghai authorities stressed the H7N9 virus remained sensitive to the drug Tamiflu and those who were diagnosed early could be cured.

“We currently have enough reserves of Tamiflu to meet with the current outbreak,” Wu Fan, director of the Shanghai Center for Disease Control & Prevention, told a news conference.

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Tamiflu is made by Roche Holding AG.

Airline shares tumbled in European markets on fears the outbreak could become widespread. The STOXX Europe 600 travel and leisure sector index fell as much as 1.6 percent, the biggest laggard among European sectors.

“The sector is reacting to fears of a new pandemic of bird flu in China, which would hurt air traffic,” said a Paris-based airline sector analyst.

In Hong Kong, the overall index closed at a four-month low, led by falls in airline shares over fears of diminished demand for air travel. Air China slumped 9.8 percent, its worst single-day loss in nearly four years.

“The bird flu issue is at the top of people’s minds now,” said Alfred Chan, chief dealer at Cheer Pearl Investment in Hong Kong.

In Shanghai, the rising death toll prompted some residents to stay away from markets with live chickens and ducks.

“I’m only getting my groceries at the large supermarkets now because I don’t think it is safe to visit the wet markets anymore,” said 38-year-old Shao Linxia, adding she had also stopped buying poultry since news of the bird flu surfaced.

“We all remember SARS and how quickly it could spread, so we are obviously worried.”

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SHADOW OF SARS

The 2002-2003 epidemic of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) started in China and killed about one-tenth of the 8,000 it infected.

Still, there were few signs of panic in Shanghai with shops remaining open and not many people wearing face masks in public.

The strain does not appear to be transmitted from human to human, but Hong Kong authorities said they were taking extra precautions.

Additional staff would be deployed at immigration points to make random temperature checks of visitors in addition to the infrared full-body scanners already in place, Ko Wing-man, Hong Kong’s food and health secretary, told reporters.

Vietnam banned imports of Chinese poultry.

In Japan, airports have put up posters at entry points warning all passengers from China to seek medical attention if they have flu-like symptoms.

In the United States, the White House said it was monitoring the situation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it had started work on a vaccine if it was needed. It would take five to six months to begin commercial production.

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With the fear that a SARS-like epidemic could re-emerge, China said it was pulling out the stops to combat the virus.

“(China) will strengthen its leadership in combating the virus … and coordinate and deploy the entire nation’s health system to combat the virus,” the Health Ministry said in a statement on its website (www.moh.gov.cn).

China “will continue to openly and transparently maintain communication and information channels with the World Health Organization and relevant countries and regions, and strengthen monitoring and preventative measures”, the ministry said.

The virus has been shared with World Health Organization (WHO) collaborating centers in Atlanta, Beijing, London, Melbourne and Tokyo, and these groups are analyzing samples to identify the best candidate to be used for the manufacture of vaccine – if it becomes necessary.

Any decision to mass-produce vaccines against H7N9 flu will not be taken lightly, since it will mean sacrificing production of seasonal shots.

That could mean shortages of vaccine against the normal seasonal flu which, while not serious for most people, still costs thousands of lives.

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Sanofi Pasteur, the world’s largest flu vaccine manufacturer, said it was in continuous contact with the WHO through the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA), but it was too soon to know the significance of the Chinese cases.

Other leading flu vaccine makers include GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis

Preliminary test results suggest the new flu strain responds to treatment with Roche’s Tamiflu and GSK’s Relenza, according to the WHO.

Other strains of bird flu, such as H5N1, have been circulating for many years and can be transmitted from bird to bird, and bird to human, but not generally from human to human.

So far, this lack of human-to-human transmission also appears to be a feature of the H7N9 strain.

“The gene sequences confirm that this is an avian virus, and that it is a low pathogenic form (meaning it is likely to cause mild disease in birds),” said Wendy Barclay, a flu virologist at Britain’s Imperial College London.

“But what the sequences also reveal is that there are some mammalian adapting mutations in some of the genes.”

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