SPIKE PROTEIN ADDICTS: Covid vaccine junkies are lying about being unvaccinated so they can get extra booster shots

New York Magazinepublished a story the other day claiming that “fully vaccinated” covid junkies are lying about being “unvaccinated” in order to access their next hit of the Biden Booster shots. Entitled “Johnson & Johnson & Regret,” the piece by Benjamin Hart tells of how Hart himself is deeply disappointed that he took the single-dose J&J injection … Continue reading SPIKE PROTEIN ADDICTS: Covid vaccine junkies are lying about being unvaccinated so they can get extra booster shots

Major U.S. cities are becoming fentanyl-infested cesspools as millions plunge into hopelessness and despair

If you live near a major U.S. city, you don’t have to go to a movie theater to see a horror show.  Instead, just find out where fentanyl-laced heroin is being sold and go hang out with the drug addicts for a few hours.  If you survive the encounter, it will be an experience that … Continue reading Major U.S. cities are becoming fentanyl-infested cesspools as millions plunge into hopelessness and despair

Johnson & Johnson agrees to pay $263 million in New York opioid settlement

Johnson & Johnson on Saturday, June 26, agreed to pay $263 million to resolve claims that it fueled an opioid epidemic in New York state and two of its largest counties. The settlements removed the pharmaceutical company from a jury trial that started Tuesday, June 29, on Long Island, New York. Several big opioid makers and distributors … Continue reading Johnson & Johnson agrees to pay $263 million in New York opioid settlement

Anthropologists warn that people have become so attached to smartphones that the devices are “becoming our homes”

A group of anthropologists from the U.K.’s University College London (UCL) came to the conclusion that humans have become so dependent on smartphones as part of everyday life that these mobile devices are “becoming our homes.” This is the conclusion the UCL anthropologists reached as part of a study that spent more than a year documenting smartphone use in nine countries around the … Continue reading Anthropologists warn that people have become so attached to smartphones that the devices are “becoming our homes”

More people died from fentanyl overdose than coronavirus in San Francisco last year

More people died from fentanyl overdose than coronavirus (COVID-19) in San Francisco last year, a microcosm of a larger nationwide problem coinciding with the pandemic. Data from San Francisco’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner shows that 708 people were killed by fentanyl in 2020, an astonishing 118 times more since the introduction of the drug in … Continue reading More people died from fentanyl overdose than coronavirus in San Francisco last year

Under pressure: Doctors are pressured to recommend opioids when asked much later in the day

Patients may be more likely to receive prescriptions for opioids when they come in for checkups and appointments later in the day — even when they don’t really have a need for the drugs. According to the researchers, this could be linked to the daily pressures and time constraints that doctors face, which could interfere with their … Continue reading Under pressure: Doctors are pressured to recommend opioids when asked much later in the day

Death toll from drug overdose soars during pandemic

With normal and healthy people turning to drugs to combat depression during the seemingly endless lockdowns caused by the pandemic, the number of deaths from drug overdose have soared to an all-time high according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC’s provisional data shows more than 81,230 people died from a drug overdose … Continue reading Death toll from drug overdose soars during pandemic

Nicotine vs. Dopamine – The chemical messenger war and why people who try to quit nicotine keep failing

Over 95 percent of people who quit nicotine without help return to the habit within 6 months. How could that be, when the true nicotine physical addiction wears off after just 3 to 4 days? It boils down to the fact that nicotine is a short-term stimulant, but a long-term depressant. Plus, much of the … Continue reading Nicotine vs. Dopamine – The chemical messenger war and why people who try to quit nicotine keep failing

Nicotine’s “Kryptonite” – A beautiful, velvety bean that grows in tropical climates

You probably remember “Kryptonite” from the Superman movies. It was that greenish-hued crystal that drains Superman’s powers, while being harmless to humans. Now think of how powerful the nicotine addiction is, well that is, until it “meets” mucuna pruriens, an amazing bean that grows on planet Earth, that actually drains the power of the addiction, by raising dopamine levels … Continue reading Nicotine’s “Kryptonite” – A beautiful, velvety bean that grows in tropical climates

Down a Path of Epigenetic Destruction: Smoking Cigarettes Adjusts Critical Marks on DNA

You can now add “harmful changes to your DNA” to the long list of reasons to quit smoking cigarettes, along with lung cancer, coronary heart disease, increased risk of death, stroke, chronic lung disease, decreased immune function, infertility, and the fact that smoking harms nearly every organ in the body. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer … Continue reading Down a Path of Epigenetic Destruction: Smoking Cigarettes Adjusts Critical Marks on DNA