Jake Crosby
Jake Crosby

Jake Crosby

Health

Epidemiologist and graduate student at University of Texas School of Public Health, Editor of Autism Investigated www.autisminvestigated.com.. view profile

James Grundvig
James Grundvig

James Grundvig

Tech

CEO of Cloudnician LLC, a mobile-cloud startup with big data pull. He has 25+ years of engineering-construction experience on projects of scale. .. view profile

Ahmar Mustikhan
Ahmar Mustikhan

Ahmar Mustikhan

World

Ars longa, vita brevis. Atheist. Writer. First openly gay Baloch on earth. Citizen of world mostly, otherwise Baloch, Burmese and American. Follow @mustikhan.. view profile

Ann Smarty
Ann Smarty

Ann Smarty

Tech

Ann Smarty is co-founder of viral marketing platform called Viral Content Buzz.. view profile

Anthony Carranza
Anthony Carranza

Anthony Carranza

Business

Digital and social media journalist reporting on the latest happenings on the web. Existing contributor to Social Media Today and Examiner... view profile

Jed Lea-Henry
Jed Lea-Henry

Jed Lea-Henry

Opinion

Jed Lea-Henry is an Australian writer and academic. A regular contributor to various publications around the globe, follow Jed’s writing at https://twitter.com/.. view profile

June Rousso
June Rousso

June Rousso

Health

June Rousso, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and holistic health consultant in N.Y.C. with a focus on dietary and lifestyle changes to support health. .. view profile

Miles Young
Miles Young

Miles Young

Travel

Travel Duder covers vacations, destination, travel tips, hotels, gear and everything else an adventurer needs to know... view profile

Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso

Chris Grasso

Life

Chris is a freelance writer who lives to fish... view profile

John Christopher Fine
John Christopher Fine

John Christopher Fine

Life

is a marine biologist with two doctoral degrees, has authored 24 books, including award-winning books dealing with ocean pollution... view profile

Milad Doroudian
Milad Doroudian

Milad Doroudian

Milad Doroudian is writer, historian, and the Senior Editor of The Art of Polemics Magazine... view profile

DJ Miller
DJ Miller

DJ Miller

Tech

DJ Miller is an accomplished tech writer and blogger. In his spare time he writes

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Jerry Nelson
Jerry Nelson

Jerry Nelson

World

Jerry Nelson is a freelance photojournalist. American by birth and now based in South America, Jerry covers social justice issues globally... view profile

Martha Rosenberg
Martha Rosenberg

Martha Rosenberg

Health

Martha is a Chicago-based health writer and author of the expose "Born with a Junk Food Deficiency: How Flaks, Quacks, and Hacks Pimp the Public Health." .. view profile

Phil Butler
Phil Butler

Phil Butler

Travel

Phil is editor-in-chief of Argophilia Travel News, and Senior Partner at Pamil Visions PR. .. view profile

Veronica Davis
Veronica Davis

Veronica Davis

Life

Veronica is a wife, freelance writer and work at home mom. Her and her husband live in Missouri with their three boys. .. view profile






  • Why Won’t People Drink Milk ask Desperate Marketers

    Selling milk looks easy and even fun when you see the “Got Milk” celebrity mustache ads. It’s neither. Despite more than twenty years of the mustache ads, milk sales continue to fall at a fast clip. The National Dairy Promotion and Research Program and the National Fluid Milk Processor Promotion Program, responsible for milk marketing, …

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  • Philadelphia Soul Mid-Season Report Card

    From a team that went 9-9 last season to a franchise record 12-2 so far this season, the Philadelphia Soul have gave themselves and the city of Philadelphia confidence to win a championship after clinching the American East division for the third time in four seasons.

    Strengths – Offense: After Philadelphia’s heartbreaking loss against Cleveland …

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  • Canary Party-Led Group Behind Failed SB277 Opposition

    Canary Party-Led Group Behind Failed SB277 Opposition

    “Autism rates have continued to rise even though we are not using thimerosal in vaccines for children.” – Richard Pan, co-sponsor of CA SB277

    “But there’s a hard bit of evidence here regarding the thimerosal argument. The rates in California never went down and as far as I can tell are still going straight up

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  • Laughter is the Best Medicine

    Laughter is the Best Medicine

    We live in an increasingly stressful world, which is all the more reason not to forget the importance of adding laughter to our lives.  When we look for the humor in situations, stress begins to evaporate and our energy is revitalized.  Laughter also oxygenates our brain to give us more energy.  Research shows that laughter …

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  • Can a Politician Get Elected Without Being a Gun Lover and a Hunter?

     Can a presidential candidate achieve sufficient “guydom”–or in the case of Hillary Rodham Clinton, “gal-dom”–without being a gun lover or a hunter?

     Hunters, who are 96 percent white and 90 percent male, only constitute four percent of the nation. Yet despite their dwindling numbers (which have dropped 26 percent in the last two decades …

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  • POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME (PCOS)

    POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME (PCOS)

    PCOS is a chronic female hormonal disorder where women develop numerous fluid-filled cysts in the ovaries due to a lack of ovulation, along with a number of other symptoms, including excess levels of male hormones and often high insulin levels.  Typical symptoms of PCOS include irregular or absent menstrual periods, infertility, mood swings, carbohydrate/sweet cravings, …

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  • Doctor Who Shined Light on Vaccine Injury Dies at 60

    Doctor Who Shined Light on Vaccine Injury Dies at 60

    It comes with great sadness to announce the untimely passing of Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, a medical doctor and parent of a child who developed autism after vaccination. Having once stated at a conference that “autism taught me more about medicine than medical school did,” he has contributed heavily to the body of peer reviewed science …

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  • China Dog Meat Festival Puts Focus on “Speciesism”

    Many in China and the rest of the world were horrified that once again the Yulin Dog Meat Festival was held in June, over the protest of horrified animal lovers. As many as 10,000 dogs were eaten in the Chinese town, many skinned alive, as feasters also bought ram heads and live civet cats.…

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  • Is this Sleep Medication Safe?

    “You can’t see me because this is radio–and I can’t see you because I am blind.” So began an aggressive ad campaign Vanda pharmaceuticals rolled out last year for “non-24-hour sleep-wake disorder.” In the ad campaign the narrator says he is blind but his blindness doesn’t “hold me back” the way non-24-hour sleep-wake disorder does–because …

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  • Less is More: Being vs. Doing

    Less is More: Being vs. Doing

    I’m writing this on a rainy Friday in New York city, early afternoon  –  the perfect time for a nap. Some of you may not readily relate to the nap idea. You may find naps unproductive, a waste of time, an inherent impediment to leading a meaningful and fruitful life. Others of you may feel …

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  • How Andrew Wakefield Alienated NAACP

    How Andrew Wakefield Alienated NAACP

    How did potential congressional testimony of a senior federal scientist blowing the whistle on omitted research showing an increased risk for autism from vaccination among African-American children devolve into race-baiting by black separatists, alienating civil rights groups? Even worse, how did it come to be that civil rights groups like the NAACP of California actually …

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  • Food as Medicine

    Food as Medicine

    We all have basic remedies in our medicine cabinets for anything from headaches to indigestion to skin care. They are all man-made much like processed foods and like their processed counterparts can wreak havoc on the body over time.  How many of us are aware that reducing stomach acid to counter indigestion is lowering the …

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  • Should Hunters Fear Fatal Deer Disease?

     The fatal deer condition chronic wasting disease (CWD) is less well known than mad cow disease but related. Both are progressive, fatal transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (brain diseases) which may have man-made origins. Mad cow disease is believed to stem from beef producers feeding cows to cows to save money and chronic wasting disease is traced …

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  • Waldorf Shooting Shows Even Swank Weddings Threatened by “Carriers”

     Legal gun owner shoots 5

     The flowers were impeccable and the guests were in black tie attire. Velvet ropes separated well-heeled guests and live music wafted. But something went horribly wrong at the formal wedding reception in the marbled-floor East Terrace at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Manhattan over the weekend.

     Vladimir Gutlbovsky fired into …

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  • Gluten-free and Better Mood

    Gluten-free and Better Mood

    Gluten-free foods have been on the market for since the start of the millennium, and people are becoming more and more aware of the symptoms of gluten sensitivity, gluten intolerance, and celiac disease. Most of us associate gluten-related symptoms with physical discomfort, such as bloat, stomach upset, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. We often are less …

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  • Healing from the Inside Out: How Emotions Can Cause “Dis”-ease and What You Can Do About It

    Healing from the Inside Out: How Emotions Can Cause “Dis”-ease and What You Can Do About It

    Some thoughts on healing on a balmy summer-like day in New York City. Hoping that these can be of use, and perhaps inspire you to find your healer within.

    All healing is really about emotional healing. It’s literally, an “inside job.” That’s why I call it healing from the inside out.

    Repressed emotions can cause …

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  • Mad Cows Reported in Ireland, Norway and Canada

     Even as the U.S. lifts its 15-year import restriction on beef from Ireland (which was ground zero during mad cow scares) a likely new case of mad cow has turned up in Ireland. Both Norway and Canada are also reporting cases of mad cow disease which they hasten to call “atypical.”

     

    Scientists rolled out …

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  • Chicago Is A War Zone and the Supply Route Must Be Broken Say Speakers at Crime Linked Gun Shop

     Chicago

     

    Chuck’s Gun Shop, responsible for more crime guns than any gun dealer in the nation was “closed for lunch” today when 300 anti-gun violence demonstrators converged at its Riverdale location outside of metropolitan Chicago. The activists, many displaying photos of their slain loved ones, were participating in the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun …

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  • Macular Degeneration

    Macular Degeneration

    When we think of macular degeneration, “baby boomers” and old age comes to mind.  While it is true that most macular degeneration typically appears at age sixty-five and beyond, prevention can start as far back as childhood and continue throughout life much the same way that we do with dental hygiene.  We usually are not …

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  • Thoughts on Sickness and Healing, Part 1

    Thoughts on Sickness and Healing, Part 1

    While doing research for a writing project, I happened upon some inspiring thoughts on  sickness and healing. And then, just before I was about to publish this post, I slipped on a wet New York city sidewalk, and ended up having to surrender to a lame arm, a funky ankle, and a bruised cheekbone.

    What …

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  • Laughter is the Best Medicine

    Laughter is the Best Medicine

    We live in an increasingly stressful world, which is all the more reason not to forget the importance of adding laughter to our lives.  When we look for the humor in situations, stress begins to evaporate and our energy is revitalized.  Laughter also oxygenates our brain to give us more energy.  Research shows that laughter …

    Read More

  • POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME (PCOS)

    POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME (PCOS)

    PCOS is a chronic female hormonal disorder where women develop numerous fluid-filled cysts in the ovaries due to a lack of ovulation, along with a number of other symptoms, including excess levels of male hormones and often high insulin levels.  Typical symptoms of PCOS include irregular or absent menstrual periods, infertility, mood swings, carbohydrate/sweet cravings, …

    Read More

  • Doctor Who Shined Light on Vaccine Injury Dies at 60

    Doctor Who Shined Light on Vaccine Injury Dies at 60

    It comes with great sadness to announce the untimely passing of Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, a medical doctor and parent of a child who developed autism after vaccination. Having once stated at a conference that “autism taught me more about medicine than medical school did,” he has contributed heavily to the body of peer reviewed science …

    Read More

  • How Andrew Wakefield Alienated NAACP

    How Andrew Wakefield Alienated NAACP

    How did potential congressional testimony of a senior federal scientist blowing the whistle on omitted research showing an increased risk for autism from vaccination among African-American children devolve into race-baiting by black separatists, alienating civil rights groups? Even worse, how did it come to be that civil rights groups like the NAACP of California actually …

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  • Pilates… what it is. What it does. Part 1.

    EM Techniques interview with Master Pilates instructor Blossum Leilani Crawford. Join us as we discuss its evolution and the  meaning of the system itself.…

     

    Joseph Hubertus Pilates was the founder of the Pilates system.
    Having been trained by Kathy Stanford Grant and Romana Kryzanowska both of whom trained with the founder himself.  Blossom shares her

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  • Whistleblower Contact’s Attorney: Andrew Wakefield “Hijacked The Story”

    Whistleblower Contact’s Attorney: Andrew Wakefield “Hijacked The Story”

    In a videotaped lecture given to the group “Moms in Charge,” de-licensed British doctor Andrew Wakefield defended his outing of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) whistleblower scientist William Thompson. While silently backing off from the previously dispelled claim… that the disclosure was with Thompson’s permission, Wakefield suggested the outing was in cooperation with

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  • Salon Founder Slams Retraction of “Deadly Immunity”

    Salon Founder Slams Retraction of “Deadly Immunity”

    Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has an article up on his personal website that gives fascinating insight into the retraction of his piece “Deadly Immunity” by Salon.com, including a letter from the site’s founder. In his letter to Kennedy last month, Salon.com founder and former editor-in-chief David Talbot condemned Salon’s retraction of Kennedy’s 2005 article on …

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  • A Healthy Complexion

    A Healthy Complexion

    When we think about maintaining healthy complexion, most of us have been taught to treat the outside, lavishing it with moisturizing creams.  This can go for men as well as women.  While not disputing the benefits of working on our outer shell so to speak, it is also important to understand how what goes on …

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  • JAMA Study Implicates Early MMR Vaccine in Causing Autism

    JAMA Study Implicates Early MMR Vaccine in Causing Autism

    Author’s Note: The hyperlink to the study goes to an archived webpage because the full text version is no longer available on the JAMA website.

    A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) that is widely touted to argue against the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine’s association with autism actually …

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  • Coffee

    Coffee

    Millions of people drink coffee as a daily ritual for that extra boost to jumpstart their day. Many of us know the obvious that for some people coffee can make them irritable, cause heartburn, and lead to sleep problems while for others they feel alert and at their best drinking coffee.  I have come across …

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  • Food and Mood

    Food and Mood

    Food and mood starts with our physical reactions to what we eat.  Eating processed foods often leaves us feeling depleted while a meal or snack of whole foods, such as fresh fruits, vegetables, and nuts or seeds is nourishing and energizing.  These are basic physiological reactions to food.   Beyond these physiological reactions, foods can impact …

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  • Healing With Food

    Healing With Food

    I am writing this blog in dedication Anne Marie Colbin, Ph.D. who was a pioneer in health education and recently passed away.  I met Anne Marie in her certification course in food therapy at the Natural Gourmet Institute that focused on the healing properties of food.  For most of us we eat food based on …

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  • Mind Nutrition: Patience, Vitamin For The Mind–Are You Getting Your Daily Recommended Dose?

    Mind Nutrition: Patience, Vitamin For The Mind–Are You Getting Your Daily Recommended Dose?

    In my last entry, I discussed needing to change what we feed the mind on a regular basis–mind malnutrition or stuff that makes us mentally unhealthy. Besides reading a good book to improve one’s mental diet and overall development as a person, there are a few mental nutrients that we can’t do without to grow …

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  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis is an auto-immune disease that causes painful swelling, typically in our joints and connective tissue.  As an auto-immune disease, rather than attacking viruses or bacteria, the immune system attacks the body’s own tissues, leading to inflammation in the body.  Over time bones may erode and joints become deformed, leading to considerable pain.  Certain …

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  • CA SB277 Bill Co-Sponsor Called Senior CDC Scientist a “Fraud”

    CA SB277 Bill Co-Sponsor Called Senior CDC Scientist a “Fraud”

    In a tweet sent to over 3,000 followers, California State Senator and vaccine exemption elimination bill co-sponsor Dr. Richard Pan called senior Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) scientist-turned-whistleblower Dr. William Thompson “another Wakefield fraud.” Pan’s calling Thompson a “Wakefield fraud” was a reference to de-licensed British doctor Andrew Wakefield, who publicized Thompson’s …

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  • Best Colonic Center for Colon Hydrotherapy

    Have you considered colon irrigation? In recent decades, there has been a return to natural health and wellness. The dangers of toxins and benefits of ridding the body of toxins have been well documented in research. Colonic hydrotherapy helps to remove impacted waste and toxins from the body for better health and wellness. For best …

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  • CA SB277 Bill Mandates Harm From CDC Cover-Up

    CA SB277 Bill Mandates Harm From CDC Cover-Up

    What if the state could fraudulently deny susceptibility of many patients to adverse vaccine side-effects and then force those same patients to subject themselves to unnecessary harm by getting vaccinated? That is exactly what California Senate Bill SB277 does by eliminating “non-medical” exemptions – exemptions for safety concerns dishonestly denied by the state.

    Yet the …

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  • Parkinson’s Disease and Nutrition

    Parkinson’s Disease and Nutrition

    Parkinson disease has had considerable media attention over the years, but with all of the efforts to educate the public, little has been said on how nutrition can reduce its risk and manage symptoms.  Many of us are familiar with symptoms of Parkinson’s, such as tremors, slow movements, rigid muscles, impaired posture, and problems with …

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  • “Trace Amounts” Documentary Leaves No Trace of Doubt

    “Trace Amounts” Documentary Leaves No Trace of Doubt

    What if the most effective argument against vaccination mandates is not even a direct argument against mandates themselves? What if the most effective argument is simply shining a light on the corruption within federal agencies responsible for immunization policies states mandate and on the greater greed – not the greater good – behind the “trace

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  • The Role of Parathyroid Hormone in Our Health

    The Role of Parathyroid Hormone in Our Health

    Many people have heard of the thyroid gland, which among its many functions, controls our body’s metabolism.  But when you mention the parathyroid, that is another story.  Most people have never heard of these four lentil-sized glands, which, in fact, are located on  the thyroid.

    The role of the parathyroid is to regulate calcium levels …

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