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Our hunter–gatherer ancestors didn’t have LED lights, iPads or street lights ablaze all night. Instead, they were dependent on the sun, the moon and fire for light. Consistent light cycles ensured that circadian rhythms, moods and hormones were in check. But today, it’s a different story. We’re exposed to bright lights well past sunset, and...
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According to some, Bill Gates prominently among them, social distancing is part of “the new normal.â€� Alas, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest social distancing and lockdowns will not be necessary at all, and were probably a bad idea in the first place.  According to Nobel-prize-winning scientist Michael Levitt,1 the rate of SARS-CoV-2 mortality never...
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Disease screening and testing are among the most basic tools in public health and preventive medicine. Women receiving prenatal care undergo a variety of tests to protect the health of their unborn child. Newborn children are tested for inborn errors in metabolism so that early intervention may reduce the risk of damage. Adults are screened...
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If you need further proof that the mainstream media is censoring truthful news, look no further than Forbes’ June 7, 2020, article on a Norwegian report that claims to present proof that SARS-CoV-2 is a laboratory creation. The article was initially published with the headline “Norway Scientist Claims Report Proves Coronavirus Was Lab-Made.�1,2 Shortly thereafter,...
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In the top 10 leading causes of death listed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, diabetes and high blood pressure contribute to or are the cause of five — heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes and kidney disease.1 In 2017, the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association redefined the parameters...
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