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Constipation could signal bigger health problems ahead

Constipation is a modern-day problem. And natural medicine considers it a risk factor for many chronic health problems. Mainstream medicine, on the other hand, does not seem to take it as seriously as they should. It’s all part of paying attention to diet, nutrition and digestion — or not. Recent research links constipation with two …

New research questions 40 years of routine mammography

Research shows routine mammography doesn’t prevent deaths from breast cancer, as I have been reporting for years. The latest study appeared in the “gold standard” of medical journalism, the New England Journal of Medicine, on October 12. Researchers hailed from the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice and the National Cancer Institute’s Division …

Real facts about breast cancer spoil the feel-good pink party

If you hadn’t noticed, we are in the middle of another ridiculous “pink-tober” celebration in what is otherwise a glorious month.  So I figured it was the right time to revisit the mainstream cancer industry’s scandalous approach to breast cancer prevention, screening and treatment. The whole “pink-tober” marketing scam by the Komen Foundation and their …

How mammograms created 1.3 million cases of “cancer” out of thin air

Thirty years ago, several of the main pillars supporting the U.S. cancer industry began to crumble. Of course, the cancer industry tried its best to keep the evidence buried and out of sight. But we are finally digging it out. Yes, three full decades ago, I compiled evidence about the REAL long-term risk factors for …

Revealed: At least 80% of women diagnosed with breast cancer can skip aggressive treatments

Plus my 4-step, natural approach to preventing DCIS in the first place I’ve often reported that some conditions considered “pre-cancerous” typically never lead to cancer. For years, doctors and researchers have pointed out that these frequently innocuous health issues get treated as cancer precursors—even though they don’t behave like cancer at all. This practice has …


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