August 2015 - Page 2 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Natural green cure hits a deadly target Big Pharma can’t touch

Whether you want to bolster your immune system, combat cancer, or fight another disease, Brazilian green propolis holds the key.

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Skin cancer gel from hell could unleash "zombie viruses"

Picato gel is prescribed to treat a type of very common skin lesion called actinic keratosis, but it looks like it doesn’t stop there. The FDA has just issued a warning about this med, saying that it can cause severe allergic reactions, horrific eye injuries and has even been known to trigger shingles.

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Whistleblowers reveal GMO science is dangerous, outdated garbage

Two leading scientists, writing in a prestigious medical journal, have just disclosed how much outdated junk science is behind the current acceptance of GMOs. And what they’re saying makes it more important than ever to have the foods containing these ingredients labeled.

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Unnecessary procedures becoming a deadly national epidemic

Unnecessary medical procedures can range from simple blood tests to exposure to radiation all the way to major surgery. Here’s what you need to know to keep from becoming a victim of overzealous medicine.

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Federal vaccination bill could force dangerous shots on America's kids

It’s called the Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015, and as currently written, would force states to pass laws requiring all school kids to get the CDC’s full schedule of shots — plus a risky HPV vaccine like Gardasil — or risk losing hundreds of millions in federal funds.

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Off-label depression, schizophrenia drug being peddled as sleep aid

It’s a popular drug used to treat insomnia, yet trazodone is NOT a sleeping pill – it’s a dangerous antidepressant that’s used to treat the worst symptoms of schizophrenia.

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Frightening "organ farm" to create human-pig hybrids

No, it’s not a cheap sci-fi thriller. Plans are being made to breed pigs that have had human genes inserted into them on a farm in the U.S. The idea is to grow organs for transplant surgery. But such experiments in the past haven’t always turned out so well. In fact, they’ve had deadly results.

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