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Vitamin C is a powerful heart healer, especially after surgery

https://naturalnews.com/2017-02-10-vitamin-c-is-a-powerful-heart-healer-especially-after-surgery.html

About 30 percent of people who have undergone a cardiac operation suffer from post-operative AF afterward. ... AF episodes can come and go, but for some, they don’t go away and may require emergency treatment. "...

German MEP demands answers: "When will vaccine deaths be counted?"

https://naturalnews.com/2021-12-03-german-mep-when-will-vaccine-deaths-counted.html

Friday, December 03, 2021 by: Ethan Huff badhealth , badmedicine , big government , Big Pharma , conspiracy , corruption , COVID , Dangerous Medicine , deception , Germany , murder , Nicolaus Fest , pharmaceutical fraud , Plandemic , spike protein , Vaccine deaths , Vaccine injuries , vaccines Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.afinalwarning.com/575739.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) European Parliament member (MEP) Nicolaus Fest (AfD) of Germany wants to know why nobody ...

New research: Acupressure and yoga help serious heart problems

https://naturalnews.com/039662_acupressure_yoga_heart_problems.html

Yoga helps AF that comes and goes The ESC guidelines define paroxysmal AF (PAF) as episodes of the quivering arrhythmia that self-terminate in less than seven days but reoccur. ... This kind of AF makes up between 25 percent and 62 percent of all cases of AF. "We chose to use medical yoga, which is a form of yoga involving deep breathing, light movements, meditation and relaxation. "...

Arctii fructus found to inhibit colorectal cancer cell growth

https://naturalnews.com/2019-06-04-arctii-fructus-seen-to-inhibit-colorectal-cancer-cell-growth.html

In their research, a team from Wonkwang University in South Korea investigated the pharmacological effects of AF in vitro. - Despite its multiple health benefits, no studies have been made to explore the anti-inhibitory activity of AF on colorectal cancer cells. - Researchers looked at whether AF could inhibit cell growth, epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT), migration, and the invasion ability of colorectal cancer cells. - Using in vitro tests, researchers found that ...

Antifa MUST be declared a terrorist group after attempted assassination of German politician

https://naturalnews.com/2019-01-13-antifa-must-be-declared-a-terrorist-group-attempted-assassination.html

In a “breaking” Twitter post last week, Belgian-born Greek journalist Sotiri Dimpinoudis wrote that German AfD Minister of Parliament Frank Magnitz “was badly injured in the German town” of Bremen, “probably by three persons of the Antifa. ... It is nationalist in ideology, but like Republicans are mischaracterized by the Left in America, so, too, is the AfD. "...

Doctors Without Borders charged with human trafficking, carried out under the guise of "humanitarian" work

https://naturalnews.com/2018-07-05-doctors-without-borders-charged-with-human-trafficking-carried-out-under-the-guise-of-humanitarian-work.html

As reported by The Gateway Pundit , the Alternative for Germany (AfD) filed criminal charges against seven German-based NGOs including a Doctors Without Borders chapter in the country. ... All 92 AfD members of the German parliament signed onto the allegations. According to the charges, the listed NGOs use their trafficking activities to solicit millions of euros’ worth of donations. "...

Men have higher risk of heart attack earlier than women when overweight; new study finds

https://naturalnews.com/2017-11-07-men-have-higher-risk-of-heart-attack-earlier-than-women-when-overweight-new-study-finds.html

Men have higher risk of heart attack earlier than women when overweight; new study finds Tuesday, November 07, 2017 by: Michelle Simmons AF , AFib , atrial fibrillation , cardiovascular disease , fitness , Heart , heart attack , heart health , men , obesity , overweight , slender , women - (Natural News ) A new study finds that men are more likely to suffer from a heart attack 10 years earlier than women when overweight or obese, as reported by The Daily Mail . ... More on atrial fibrillation ...

Australia begins covid ETHNIC CLEANSING with military roundups of indigenous people... junk science "sewage" testing used to imprison entire communities at gunpoint

https://naturalnews.com/2021-11-23-australia-begins-covid-ethnic-cleansing-with-military-roundups-of-indigenous-people.html

I offer full details in today’s highly disturbing Situation Update podcast, which also covers human rights, the dollar collapse, cryptocurrency and much more: Brighteon.com/78eff189-7082-4ab4-b924-f9d5af2a9af0 Discover a new podcast each day at: https://www.brighteon.com/channels/hrreport Previous :SUV driven by black man plows into Waukesha parade, mowing down young girls and “dancing grannies” at full speed… multiple fatalities, dozens hospitalized - More news on Australia Covid ...

Life insurance companies sound DEATH ALERT warnings over nearly 100,000 excess deaths per month happening right now in the USA

https://naturalnews.com/2022-01-03-life-insurance-companies-sound-death-alert-warnings-over-excess-deaths-covid.html

Get full details in my hard-hitting Situation Update podcast for today: Brighteon.com/2aeb6b61-d279-46e1-af77-bac77b24ca3d Get more podcasts each day at: https://www.brighteon.com/channels/hrreport Previous :What Dr. "...

Radical left-wing group Antifa has its roots in Nazi Germany

https://naturalnews.com/2018-04-30-radical-left-wing-group-antifa-has-its-roots-in-nazi-germany.html

Though the mainstream media typically tries to downplay the money aspect driving Antifa, the truth of the matter is that much of it is funneled down through George Soros-owned groups such as the Alliance for Global Justice, or AfGJ, a so-called “philanthropy” group formerly known as the Open Society Institute, that has given AfGJ at least $100,000 to commit acts of violent terrorism on U.S. soil, including a $50,000 cash sum in 2004, and another $50,000 infusion in 2006. AfGJ, ...

Bone Drugs: The Latest Skeletons in Big Pharma's Closet

https://naturalnews.com/025021.html

Besides the fact that these drugs do nothing to contribute to healthy bone growth and osteoporosis prevention, they also pose grave health dangers as Byron Richards reported in Natural News: "The most recent study released last month "showed that 2.5 to 3 percent of patients taking bisphosphonates experienced atrial fibrillation and 1 to 2 percent experienced serious AF, including hospitalization or death. Patients taking bisphosphonates were more likely to experience AF than patients ...