Chemotherapy Spreading Cancer

Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published July 25, 2017. Dr. Lee Cowden says most people don’t die from cancer; they die from the side effects of treatment. While the “war against cancer” is moving toward more personalized and so-called “precision medicine” treatments, the old standby model of “cut, poison and… Read More »

Accutane Acne Drug Widely ‘Overused’ Says UK Dermatologist

By Dr. Mercola Up to 50 million Americans struggle with acne, making it the most common skin disorder in the United States.1 When it strikes during the teen years, it can lead to feelings of self-consciousness, embarrassment and depression. Many severe acne sufferers struggle with low self-confidence, feelings of alienation and social withdrawal as a… Read More »

1986: The Untold Story

In the video above, Del Bigtree with The Highwire interviews Barbara Loe Fisher, cofounder and president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), about the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (NCVIA), which she pioneered. Unfortunately, the law has not lived up to its initial purpose, and has instead allowed the drug industry to… Read More »

A Natural Way to Protect Against Urinary Tract Infections

In an animal study, researchers from Baylor College of Medicine1 found that with age, cellular function in the urinary tract changes, favoring the development and recurrence of urinary tract infections (UTIs).2 The findings are particularly significant as the prevalence of UTIs is rising,3 and UTIs in the elderly, the focus of the study, increase the… Read More »

Lab-Grown Chicken — The Latest Silicon Valley Mess to Clean Up?

Silicon Valley is banking on cultured meat taking off, providing animal-free “meat” to satisfy the carnivorous appetites of the world’s more than 8 billion people — most of whom eat meat. But what started out with grandiose fanfare and backing from billionaire investors like Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos1 is falling flat. The dream of… Read More »