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Hillary Clinton taking rat poison as a prescription drug ... plus Parkinson's and narcolepsy medications

 by: J. D. Heyes

(NaturalNews) Questions about the health of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton continue to swirl, and it's not because of "deranged conspiracy theories," as the Clinton campaign has claimed.

Recently released emails by the whistleblower website Wiki Leaks plainly show that Clinton looked into a medication that is used to treat sleepiness and...


What's really going on with Hillary? Why all sides agree that bad health automatically disqualifies a presidential candidate

by: J. D. Heyes

(NaturalNews) Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is not well, nor is she physically capable of executing the job of commander-in-chief and chief executive of the most powerful nation on the planet – and the evidence continues to pour in proving that point. But only her cult-like supporters and her Left-wing drone-like cheerleaders in the...


'El Triángulo de la Muerte': Cómo la mafia mata con cáncer a los italianos

La región italiana de Caserta es un lugar de muertes prematuras, cáncer y mutaciones. Todos conocen la causa real, pero pocos hacen algo para solucionar este problema. 

La provincia de Caserta es una región del centro de Italia cercana a Nápoles rodeada de una naturaleza acogedora. El lugar donde en el siglo XVIII se construyó el mayor palacio real de Europa, que el rey...


Zim, Aids were Mbeki's biggest achievements, says academic

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Johannesburg - Zimbabwe was “arguably one of Thabo Mbeki’s great successes”, together with the HIV/Aids campaign, Ugandan academic Mahmood Mamdani has written in a new book about the former president.

“Zimbabwe was the great NO, no to regime change, no to external dictation. It was at the same time a great YES, yes to reform as the alternative to...


Research shows fasting regenerates damaged immune systems

by Tara Paras

Prolonged fasting – not eating for between two and four subsequent days at a time – has been shown to regenerate the immune system and protect it from further damage. It is especially effective among patients who already have compromised immune systems, according to researchers from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

Specifically, the...


Most physicians refuse chemotherapy for themselves

by Vicki Batts

As if undergoing chemotherapy wasn’t daunting enough, recent research has revealed that three out of four physicians and scientists would prefer to opt out of the devastating treatment.

Many people have become quite aware of the ill effects associated with chemotherapy, but part of why so many professionals in the field would refuse treatment is due to its...


Brasil inicia las pruebas en humanos del polémico medicamento contra cáncer

RÍO DE JANEIRO (Sputnik) — El Instituto del Cáncer del Estado de Sao Paulo (ICESP) inició las primeras pruebas clínicas en humanos de la fosfoetanolamina sintética o la llamada "píldora del cáncer", un medicamento polémico desde sus inicios que algunos apuntan como el más efectivo en el combate de la mortal enfermedad.

Un total de 210 pacientes participarán en la...