...willing to fight for humanity and stand against the vaccine deep state
Why one mom didn't take her kid to the ER -- even after poison control said to. The emergency room bill I can't stop thinking about.
Tippens, who is still cancer free, says he has at least 40 success stories other than his, all of which involve the use of fenbendazole. There are also studies that suggest the compound essentially starves cancer cells and kills them.
Data hungry Technocrats have fundamentally taken over the health care industry by mandating 'Electronic Health Records' and 'Evidence-Based Medicine'. The outcome has ruined the American health care system and is driving physicians out of pra
In the early 2000s Terry Mitchell's dentist retired. For a while, Mitchell, an electrician in his 50s, stopped seeking dental care altogether.
Hospitals Are Releasing Deadly Superbug Fungi Into the Open Air, "Colonizing" the Population With Dangerous Pathogens That Have a 41% – 88% Fatality Rate
If we take a broad overview of the structure of conventional medicine in our Western societies, we are left with an inescapable conclusion: it is set up as a business, where profit is most highly valued and human health and safety is secondary.
...husband's computer, one day after he killed himself to avoid testifying that company was built on a massive lie
Finland's government has collapsed just weeks before the general election. New socialist and communist reforms have failed due to the rising costs of healthcare.
When Ernest Quintana went into Kaiser Permanente Medical Center's emergency department in Fremont on Sunday, his wife of 58 years, his son, daughter and granddaughter all worried about the 79-year-old man.
In Canada, for example, two-thirds of the population takes out private plans to cover vision, dental, and prescription drug benefits - none of which are included in the public plan. Thirty-nine percent of Danish citizens carry private coverage for n
The National Health Services, the United Kingdom's socialized "Medicare for all" government-run single-payer healthcare is not faring too well.
Tensions are high regarding vaccines lately.
Lyft, Uber and other rideshare companies say they can save our healthcare system lots of money. But at what cost?