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Vaccines Forced on Unconscious Patients and How to protect yourself

Vaccines Forced on Unconscious Patients and How to protect yourself

Vaccines Forced on Unconscious Patients and How to protect yourself Regardless of where you have ever stood in the vaccine discussions, I think we can all agree that giving a vaccine to someone who is unconscious without full disclosure should… 0 Shares | | Posted in Child Care, Health, Hospitals & Surgery, Liberty, Lifestyle, Medicine, Parental Rights, Personal Care, Vaccines
The IoT Impact on Healthcare is Broader Than Expected

The IoT Impact on Healthcare is Broader Than Expected

When you look at modern healthcare in this country, there have been a lot of changes in the past decade or so. Many of these changes had political or scientific origins, but others had to do with the progression of… 0 Shares | | Posted in Computers, Hospitals & Surgery
Silicone and Skin Irritation: What You Need to Know

Silicone and Skin Irritation: What You Need to Know

Recent health scandals related to breast implant products like the PIP implant scandal have made many women concerned about the health effects of silicone. Can silicone, an important substance used in the production of breast implants and adhesive clothing, increase… 0 Shares | | Posted in Hospitals & Surgery
6 Smart Ways to Avoid Medical Negligence

6 Smart Ways to Avoid Medical Negligence

Naomi Pressey was born on 6th of February, 2008. Four days after her birth, she was transferred to Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora; the doctors confirmed her diagnosis and put her on a medication called prostaglandin. However, the Hospital staff… 0 Shares | | Posted in Health, Hospitals & Surgery, Medicine
Why My Second Baby Will Not Be Born at Home

Why My Second Baby Will Not Be Born at Home

My son was born almost four years ago now. Back then, I was a pregnant optimist. I had many friends that had home births. They were the types that shunned anyone who had any intervention during the birth of their… 0 Shares | | Posted in Hospitals & Surgery, Lifestyle, Medicine
Endometriosis, Meet Kratom

Endometriosis, Meet Kratom

Endometriosis and kratom seem to get along quite well. We see many women in the kratom community who are using kratom as a better pain reliever than opioid drugs — better in the sense that there are fewer, if any,… 0 Shares | | Posted in Chemicals, Environment, Farming, Food, Gardening, Health, Health, Herbal Medicine, Hospitals & Surgery, Medicine, Nutrition, Nutritional Medicine, Pharmaceuticals, Water, Yoga
Help Stop Insane Medical Bills and Predatory Pricing

Help Stop Insane Medical Bills and Predatory Pricing

Insane Medical Bills There is a facebook post going viral right now of a receipt for having a baby at the hospital with a 4-day stay in 1943. The receipt breaks down the total charges for labor and delivery and… 0 Shares | | Posted in Health, Health, Hospitals & Surgery, Liberty, Lifestyle, Medicine, News, Politics & Government
Herd Immunity—Just How Unsafe is Your Family?

Herd Immunity—Just How Unsafe is Your Family?

Herd Immunity—How Safe is Your Family? The vaccination debate is heating up worldwide, as governments pass controversial legislation, designed to increase the number of vaccinated children. People on both sides feel strongly about this topic. However, though opinions differ, the… 0 Shares | | Posted in Child Care, Free Speech, Health, Health, Holistic Medicine, Hospitals & Surgery, Medicine, Nutrition, Parental Rights, Personal Care, Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines
How to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk by Almost 80% with This One Vitamin

How to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk by Almost 80% with This One Vitamin

Most women want to know how to reduce their breast cancer risk and are willing to change lifestyle habits to achieve a cancer free future. However, even after attempting to live a healthy lifestyle, many still aren’t sure if they’re… 0 Shares | | Posted in Fitness, Fitness Nutrition, Food, Food, Health, Health, Herbal Medicine, Holistic Medicine, Home, Hospitals & Surgery, Lifestyle, Medicine, News, Nutrition, Nutritional Medicine, Personal Care, Pharmaceuticals, Weight Loss
Caring for a Loved One: Senior Housing Options Compared

Caring for a Loved One: Senior Housing Options Compared

Seniors make up a reported 13.3 percent of the US population; what was estimated to be 41.4 million people aged 65 or older in July 2011 is projected to reach 92 million by 2060. That’s quite a lot! And as… 0 Shares | | Posted in Hospitals & Surgery, Medicine