Cancer is a Fungus that Can Be Treated with Natural Remedies — A Shocking Discovery Made by An Italian ScientistCancer is a Fungus that Can Be Treated with Natural Remedies — A Shocking Discovery Made by An Italian Scientist

According to Italian doctor Tulio Simonchini, cancer is nothing but a fungus which can be eliminated with baking soda. Dr. Simonchini used this method to cure thousands of patients suffering from different types of cancer, and claims that it is 100% effective.The therapy isn’t harmful at all and let’s face it – you’ve got nothing to lose. The painful reality of more and more cancer cases is somehow connected to the failures of oncology. “We have to prove that modern oncology is unable to answer

Marguerite LittleNovember 29

  • A Brief History of Zombies, The Undead, And Our Enduring Obsession With Re-Animation

    November 27

    Before The Walking Dead, Shaun of the Dead, 28 Days Later and before Night of the Living Dead, zombies — or, at least, the idea of zombies — were very different. Originating from Haitian culture and influenced by the Voodoo religion, the zombies that preceded the modern American interpretation were a far cry from the dead-eyed, flesh-eating monsters we see in post-apocalyptic horror films.Early ideas and depictions of zombies aren’t monsters at all, but victims of slavery. They were an undeadAngelina Cook

    A Brief History of Zombies, The Undead, And Our Enduring Obsession With Re-Animation
  • Kratom: Why is the FDA Banning this Herb that Helps Break Addiction?

    June 15

    Within weeks of denying an anticipated change in the DEA’s classification of cannabis as a schedule I controlled substance, the DEA has announced plans to post another harmless plant as schedule I by September 30th, 2016. The newly posted schedule I substance is kratom.Schedule I is a category of drugs the DEA considers dangerous, subject to abuse, and addictive. The DEA has many drugs like that in other more permissive categories, but the clincher for cannabis and now kratom is that they lackRichard Warren

    Kratom: Why is the FDA Banning this Herb that Helps Break Addiction?
  • What’s the big deal with gluten? — William D. Chey

    July 14

    If you've been to a restaurant in the last few years, you’ve likely seen the words gluten-free written somewhere on the menu. But what exactly is gluten, and why can’t some people process it? And why does it only seem to be a problem recently? William D. Chey unravels the facts behind celiac disease, wheat allergies and non-celiac glutenWhitney Welch

    What’s the big deal with gluten? — William D. Chey
  • Five Surprising Causes of Anxiety that Nobody Ever Talks About

    March 06

    With 18% of the population suffering, anxiety is the most common mental health condition in North America. Through clinical practice, I’ve quickly come to learn that “anxiety” is a term that means many different things to different people. Its symptoms can range from a mild sense of unease to full-blown panic attacks and the heavy weight of impending doom.Anxiety disorders are quite diverse. They include, according to the DSM-IV, specific phobias, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)Don Wheeler

    Five Surprising Causes of Anxiety that Nobody Ever Talks About
  • Tai Chi Could Be a Healthy Move for Your Heart

    December 02

    Tai chi and other traditional Chinese exercises may benefit people with heart disease, researchers report.The new review of 35 studies included more than 2,200 people in 10 countries. The investigators found that, among people with heart disease, these types of low-risk activities appeared to help lower blood pressure and levels of LDL ("bad") cholesterol and other unhealthy blood fats.Tai chi, qigong and other traditional Chinese exercises were also linked to improved quality of life andAngel Alvarez

    Tai Chi Could Be a Healthy Move for Your Heart
  • New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

    September 26

    Read about the latest research published in Clinical Psychological Science:Pinpointing Mechanisms of a Mechanistic Treatment: Dissociable Roles for Overt and Covert Attentional Processes in Acute and Long-Term Outcomes Following Attention-Bias ModificationRebecca B. Price, Mary L. Woody, Benjamin Panny, and Greg J. SiegleTo better understand the mechanisms that make attention-bias modification (ABM) training beneficial for specific individuals, Price and colleagues tested individuals who wereDana Kreuzberg

    New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
  • How Dreams Shaped The Evolution Of Spirituality And Religion

    April 23

    Carl Jung, the Swiss founder of depth psychology and early proponent of dream analysis, was the first to seriously study what he called “big dreams” — vivid and memorable dream experiences that occur rarely, but when they do, can have a lasting impact on an individual’s life.Jung noted that while most dreams are fuzzy in our memory and quickly forgotten, others remain imprinted in our minds for months or even years. So why do we intensely remember a few striking, symbolic dreams?In his new bookDana Kreuzberg

    How Dreams Shaped The Evolution Of Spirituality And Religion
  • Scientists Figured Out How to Stop People from Smoking

    September 18

    A chart published last month by the European Union as part of a survey about attitudes towards tobacco in Europe lists the percentage of daily smokers in 28 countries. At the top is Bulgaria, where 36 per cent of the population smokes daily. Greece and France are close behind, with 35 and 33 per cent respectively.Further down the list are Spain (26 per cent), Italy (24 per cent) and Germany (23 per cent). Near the bottom are Britain, the Netherlands and Denmark, all at 16 per cent. As of 2015Grace Armstrong

    Scientists Figured Out How to Stop People from Smoking
  • Slavs Are Us (?)

    September 26

    Świętowit, the pagan Slavic god photo: Andrzej Sidor / ForumSlavs, meaning who?At a first glance everything seems neat and simple. At the turn of the 6th and 7th centuries AD, the Slavs set off from their primordial abode, considered to be located either around present-day Kiev or between the Ural mountains and the Volga river. They began travelling to new territories and creating new settlements. Legend has it that the ancestor of all Poles, Lech, was guided to the place of his future home byDana Kreuzberg

    Slavs Are Us (?)
  • Turmeric, A “Universal” Cancer Treatment, And Much More

    July 20

    Turmeric is a yellow-pigmented curry spice that is often used in Indian cuisine. But this spice is far more than a cooking staple. It also has a long history of medicinal use in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) as well as Ayurvedic medicine.Traditional medicinal uses include the treatment of liver disease, skin problems, respiratory and gastrointestinal ailments, sprained muscles, joint pains, and general wound healing.Its benefits have since been well documented in the medical literatureWhitney Welch

    Turmeric, A “Universal” Cancer Treatment, And Much More
  • Walt Whitman's health advice from 150 years ago rings true today

    December 24

    American poet Walt Whitman is most famous for penning "Leaves of Grass," his collection of poetry that includes such classics as "O Captain, My Captain!" (his tribute to Abraham Lincoln), "Song of Myself" and "I Sing the Body Electric." But a graduate student from the University of Houston recently uncovered a series of advice columns written by the 19th-century poet, and the suggestions were surprisingly similar to health advice you might read today.Eat lean meat. Wear comfortable shoes. GetTracy Campbell

    Walt Whitman's health advice from 150 years ago rings true today