NATURE publishes insane rant by Texas pediatrician Peter Hotez, who seemingly calls for United Nations SHOCK TROOPS to wage “counteroffensive” against all anti-vaxxers – (opinion)

A dean at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, is essentially calling for United Nations shock troops to hunt down and silence all anti-vaxxers as a way to stop what he calls “anti-vax aggression.” Echoing the fascism of genocidal maniacs like Hitler and Stalin, Peter Hotez displays his own brand of insanity by equating … Continue reading NATURE publishes insane rant by Texas pediatrician Peter Hotez, who seemingly calls for United Nations SHOCK TROOPS to wage “counteroffensive” against all anti-vaxxers – (opinion)

Living near Nature may help improve your mental health amid coronavirus pandemic, study suggests

Living near nature might just help mitigate some of the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on people’s mental health, according to a study by researchers from the University of Tokyo (UTokyo). Published recently in Ecological Applications, it revealed that more frequent use of green spaces, such as parks and forests, and the presence of a green window view from within the home were associated with greater levels … Continue reading Living near Nature may help improve your mental health amid coronavirus pandemic, study suggests

Fauci now blaming “nature” for the coronavirus pandemic; neglects to mention his own NIH funding of “gain-of-function” research in Wuhan

The true culprit behind the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic is not communist China or general poor health among industrialized populations. According to Anthony Fauci, “extreme backlashes from nature,” of course due to human existence, are to blame. A paper he co-authored that was published in the journal Cell contends that the only way to beat the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) … Continue reading Fauci now blaming “nature” for the coronavirus pandemic; neglects to mention his own NIH funding of “gain-of-function” research in Wuhan

They’re all in this together: Study discovers that microbe communities can work together to acquire nutrients

There is a method to the madness – or at least there is for the microbes who adopted a cooperative, communal approach when it comes to securing nourishment from their environment. This is according to a new study from the University of Exeter, in which researchers looked for possible factors that could have influenced certain microorganisms to spurn a … Continue reading They’re all in this together: Study discovers that microbe communities can work together to acquire nutrients

Scientists discover a soil bacteria that can protect against stress

The health industry is full of diets, exercises and therapies for stress relief. But researchers from the U.S., Hungary and the U.K. suggest a more down-to-earth stress buster – with dirt. In their study, which was published in the journal Psychopharmacology, the team found that Mycobacterium vaccae, a bacterium found in soil, produces an anti-inflammatory fatty acid that can reduce inflammation and … Continue reading Scientists discover a soil bacteria that can protect against stress

Spending at least 2 hours in nature per week improves overall health and psychological well-being, shows study

A mountain of research is giving near-conclusive evidence to the idea that exposing yourself to nature improves your physical and mental health, and the effects go beyond just giving your mood a temporary boost. A study published in the journal Scientific Reports suggests that spending at least two hours a week immersing yourself in nature is enough to positively affect you. The … Continue reading Spending at least 2 hours in nature per week improves overall health and psychological well-being, shows study

Understanding your endocannabinoid system and the role it plays in your health

As the United States finally starts to emerge from the Dark Ages of Cannabis Prohibition, it’s important to shout from the rooftops the scientific fact that the human body was made for cannabis. In case you didn’t know, your body contains a unique system of receptors that’s designed to utilize the many natural cannabinoids found in cannabis, which … Continue reading Understanding your endocannabinoid system and the role it plays in your health

Nature shows us how important circadian rhythm is to our overall well-being

Nature demonstrates the importance of circadian rhythm to organisms’ overall well-being in the latest issue of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Researchers from the Netherlands focused on the significance of biological clock on nature and other organisms. The theme of the journal’s issue on “wild clocks” comes after an international symposium arranged by the University of … Continue reading Nature shows us how important circadian rhythm is to our overall well-being

Children raised in rural environments and surrounded by animals develop stronger immune systems

It’s said that being in rural areas has enormous benefits to our physical health. We’ve also been told that growing up in an environment where we’re exposed to animals and nature reduces the risk of developing asthma and some other diseases. A more recent study, however, found that growing up in a place close to nature … Continue reading Children raised in rural environments and surrounded by animals develop stronger immune systems

Learn how to treat infections without antibiotics – using natural herbs and plants that exist all around you

Modern medicine has failed us. Instead of curing our diseases, antibiotics have given rise to a new breed of superbugs poised to wipe us out in time. While we can no longer rely on modern medicine to remedy our ills, we can still turn to ancient healing traditions. The best part is that they aren’t secret arts … Continue reading Learn how to treat infections without antibiotics – using natural herbs and plants that exist all around you