Monthly Archives December 2021

National Science Foundation Grants $500,000 of Taxpayer Money to Turn Lettuce and Spinach Into Edible COVID-Style Vaccine Factories

  The genetically modified food experiment has shifted into vaccines, and now scientists are on the verge of experimenting with growing crops that produce their own mRNA vaccines within the plant. Recently, the University of California-Riverside received a surprising grant from the United States National Science Foundation: a large sum [...]
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A Cup of Blueberries a Day Protects Against Two of the Most Degenerative Diseases Known to Man

  In 2016, blueberry growers celebrated their crop’s 100th birthday of being commercially grown for consumption, and there are multiple reason to celebrate. From lowering blood pressure to protecting from DNA damage, new research has shown this little berry to have a dramatically positive impact on our health. Daily blueberry consumption [...]
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She Refused Her Doctor’s Wishes (Drugs) for Her Son’s Autism. Two Years Later and the Results Spoke for Themselves

By Jennifer Giustra-Kozek , LPC At 4 ½ years old, my sweet and loving son Evan was diagnosed with ADHD, Apraxia and high functioning autism – Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD). Although mostly happy, he started displaying episodes of anger and become anxious and obsessive/compulsive (OCD). He began fixating on many [...]
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