mRNA vaccines may cause your body to churn out PRIONS that “eat your brain” like Mad Cow Disease

The spike protein outer shell of the coronavirus contains “prion-like regions” that give the virus very high adhesion to ACE2 receptors in the human body. This has been documented by a study entitled, “SARS-CoV-2 Prion-Like Domains in Spike Proteins Enable Higher Affinity to ACE2,” published by the Human Microbiology Institute: The presence and unique distribution of … Continue reading mRNA vaccines may cause your body to churn out PRIONS that “eat your brain” like Mad Cow Disease

Mysterious new brain disease being investigated in Canada… symptoms include visual hallucinations and memory loss

Health officials in Canada are struggling to figure out the cause of a new, mysterious brain disease that has affected more than 40 people in the country’s southeast. In early March, Canadian officials began alerting doctors and provincial health officials in New Brunswick to tell them that federal health authorities were monitoring a cluster of 43 cases … Continue reading Mysterious new brain disease being investigated in Canada… symptoms include visual hallucinations and memory loss

German researchers successfully implant, then delete, false memories in people’s minds

Have you ever remembered something from the past that never actually happened? If so, this phenomenon is known as a false memory, and scientists in Germany claim to have figured out a way to induce and implant false memories into people’s brains. Researchers from multiple universities conducted a series of experiments on test patients in which false … Continue reading German researchers successfully implant, then delete, false memories in people’s minds

Coronavirus harms the brain and nervous system of one in three patients

A new study shows that coronavirus (COVID-19) can impair the neurological functions of patients with the disease. Researchers from the Huanzhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China looked at case records of COVID-19 patients and found symptoms of brain and nerve problems in over a third of COVID-19 patients and in nearly half of those with severe … Continue reading Coronavirus harms the brain and nervous system of one in three patients

Study says dementia affects even those who are “highly educated” – natural treatments are the answer

Many factors can increase your risk of developing dementia, and there are those who believe that having a higher education can help lower your risk for this condition. However, according to an enlightening study, your education before you reach 20 years old is the crucial factor that can help protect you from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The study was published … Continue reading Study says dementia affects even those who are “highly educated” – natural treatments are the answer

Exercise found to reduce the severity of Alzheimer’s symptoms

Early-onset autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s, also known as dominantly inherited Alzheimer’s disease, is a rare form of Alzheimer’s disease that causes memory loss and dementia in people typically in their 30s to 50s. In a recent study published in the journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia, a team of researchers found that physical exercise may delay cognitive decline and improve … Continue reading Exercise found to reduce the severity of Alzheimer’s symptoms

Scientists say eating eggs for breakfast helps boost brain function

Many people see eggs as the villains of the grocery cooler. One moment nutritionists are touting them for their health benefits, and the next they’re saying they’re bad for us. This controversy comes from the general belief that eggs raise cholesterol which may lead to a heart disease. Previous research has linked regular egg consumption … Continue reading Scientists say eating eggs for breakfast helps boost brain function

Daily green tea consumption found to slash dementia risk by up to 86%

Daily consumption of tea may help keep dementia at bay, new research says. Researcher at the National University of Singapore examined the tea intake of 957 adults older than 55 years old for more than 12 years. Study data show that regular tea consumption is associated with a 50 percent reduced risk of developing dementia. Data also reveals that people … Continue reading Daily green tea consumption found to slash dementia risk by up to 86%

Neurological damage linked to Alzheimer’s may be repaired with dietary supplementation

Is it really possible to mitigate and even reverse the damaging effects of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia through simple dietary supplementation? According to new research out of Denmark, it certainly is. Professor Vilhelm Bohr and an international team of scientists hailing from the Center for Healthy Aging at the University of Copenhagen and the American National Institute of Health found … Continue reading Neurological damage linked to Alzheimer’s may be repaired with dietary supplementation

Landmark study describes the link between pesticide levels in expectant mothers and autism risk in their infants

Science has provided yet more clues as to why autism rates in children continue to skyrocket throughout the Western world. A groundbreaking new study recently published in the American Journal of Psychiatry found that pesticide exposure in pregnant women is directly correlated to increased autism risk in children, pointing to industrial agriculture as a major cause of brain damage … Continue reading Landmark study describes the link between pesticide levels in expectant mothers and autism risk in their infants