Archive For The “The Health Beat” Category

Can Trump Stop The Vaccine Death & Damage By Big Pharma’s Tyranny?

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“The Mom Street Journal’s Lori Gregory joins Infowars reporter Rob Dew to discuss President Trump’s agenda as it relates to vaccines, Big Pharma, and healthcare. Is he being impeded by Cabinet officials like Vice President Mike Pence, or Deep State elements not to address this critical issue?” WHAT WILL TRUMP DO? WHAT WILL BIG PHARMA…

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That Daily Glass Of Wine May Lead To An Earlier Death, Study Finds

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“We often see studies that tell us not only is light or moderate drinking not harmful to our health, in some cases, it’s actually good for us. But new research out of Washington University’s School of Medicine suggests that daily glass of wine may not be such a good idea after all. Instead, it actually…

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How your surgeon could soon be replaced by a robot

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“Jeremie Capron, ROBO Global’s research director, talks to MarketWatch about how robotics could soon transform all aspects of health care, from surgery and diagnosis, to mobility enhancement and elderly care.” HOW IS THE BEDSIDE MANOR GOING TO BE?

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Soaring antidepressant use is turning our waters into a ‘drug soup’ and changing marine life’s ability to mate, feed and move

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“Rising use of antidepressants is turning our waters into a ‘drug soup’ and harming marine life, experts warn. People in Britain use more antidepressants than almost every other country in the Western world. But the drugs can cause havoc in the natural world after they pass out of the body of the person taking them in…

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Researchers identify erectile dysfunction gene

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“Researchers have identified a genetic variant that is partially responsible for erectile dysfunction, a development that could help improve treatment, according to a study published Monday in a US journal. Men who have a copy of this variant have a 26 percent increased risk of facing erectile dysfunction compared to the average population, said the…

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Not a Criminal

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“Joel Davis is not a criminal. He’s a patient battling his addiction to opioids and using medical cannabis as a natural alternative to dangerously addictive drugs. Free the People follows his journey of self-discovery, and his realization that medical decisions should be between patients and their doctors, not politicians.” POWERFUL VIDEO

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A fatty, sugary diet can damage your memory, attention and mood in just four days, according to new research

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“For many, being overweight isn’t just about the struggle to find clothes that fit or confidence — it’s common knowledge that it can affect your whole body. The likelihood of strokes, heart attacks and diabetes is much more likely the more you weigh, but that doesn’t mean slim people can breathe a sigh of relief. According…

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Boonsboro doctor charts new course; patients pay by subscription, not insurance

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“Dr. Andrew Anderson joined a local family medicine group three years ago, after finishing his residency. By the time he had accumulated 2,400 patients, he said he had a hard time getting to know them. Between the phone calls, lab reports and insurance paperwork he could only afford to spend about 20 minutes at a…

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Spurred By Convenience, Millennials Often Spurn The ‘Family Doctor’ Model

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“Calvin Brown doesn’t have a primary care doctor — and the peripatetic 23-year-old doesn’t want one. Since his graduation last year from the University of San Diego, Brown has held a series of jobs that have taken him to several California cities. “As a young person in a nomadic state,” Brown said, he prefers finding…

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Return of U.S. Flu Season Brings Worries About a Virulent Replay

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“U.S. health officials are trying to increase the rate of flu vaccinations this year after a severe outbreak last season killed a record number of children and led to spot shortages of antiviral medications like Tamiflu. In a panel hosted by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

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