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AHA, ADA and ACS launch new great-sounding health initiative that avoids the truth

a long time ago - AHA, ADA and ACS launch new great-sounding health initiative that avoids the truth

These ingredients include white flour (promotes obesity and diabetes), high-fructose corn syrup (also promotes obesity and diabetes), hydrogenated oils (promotes heart disease), sodium nitrite (causes leukemia and brain tumors), MSG (causes obesity and nervous system disorders) and aspartame (causes blidness, brain disorders and nerve damage), among other ingredients.

In other words, ...

AHA, ADA and ACS launch new great-sounding health initiative that avoids the truth

June 22, 2004 - printable article

AHA, ADA and ACS launch new great-sounding health initiative that avoids the truth

These ingredients include white flour (promotes obesity and diabetes), high-fructose corn syrup (also promotes obesity and diabetes), hydrogenated oils (promotes heart disease), sodium nitrite (causes leukemia and brain tumors), MSG (causes obesity and nervous system disorders) and aspartame (causes blidness, brain disorders and nerve damage), among other ...

Medical authorities claim 90% of population suddenly has mysterious new heart syndrome that sounds like SPIKE PROTEIN organ damage

a month ago -

Last October, the American Heart Association (AHA) published a report about the changing nature of cardiovascular disease (CVD), which overlaps with kidney disease, Type 2 diabetes and obesity. For the first time, the AHA has defined the overlap of these conditions as cardiovascular-kidney-metabolic (CKM) syndrome.

One in three adults living in the United States has at least three, and oftentimes more, risk factors that contribute to CKM. Every major organ ...

Hackers target Change Healthcare, which handles 15 BILLION health records annually

March 12, 2024 -

The incident occurred at Change Healthcare, a property of UnitedHealth Group, and resulted in United States health officials urging all insurance companies across the nation to take immediate action to prevent a "digital logjam," as one media outlet put it.

That request involved the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) calling on American insurers to waive prior authorizations and Medicare's contractors to accept paper bills from doctors and hospitals.

"These ...

EXCLUSIVE details on Trump’s MASS DEPORTATION plan to save America from being overrun

December 29, 2023 - aha in all of this. You can determine the level of harassment that you are subjected to by changing your driving habits. If you don't want to be pulled over, stop speeding, you know, stop rolling through stop signs, stop blowing through red lights, things like that, and you're not going to be pulled over whether you're legal or illegal.

Every cop out there those of you listening, you know this, the vehicles that are most likely to be driven by people with outstanding ...

Sweet potatoes can support digestive health and protect against cancer

November 22, 2023 -

Sweet potatoes contain dietary fiber, vitamins and other essential nutrients. They also offer several health benefits, such as improving digestion.Health benefits of sweet potatoes

While some people use the terms "sweet potato" and "yam" interchangeably, the two are not related. Yams have a drier texture and are more starchy compared to sweet potatoes.

Here are some of the health benefits of sweet potatoes:Support digestive health and bowel regularity

The ...

SEC chairman: AI could cause FINANCIAL CRISIS in the next decade if left unregulated

October 24, 2023 -

According to the SEC chairman, the lack of diversity in AI technologies used by multiple institutions could one day pose a significant threat to U.S. financial stability. He predicted during an interview with the Financial Times that this AI-fueled crisis could occur in the late 2020s or early 2030s.

"I do think we will, in the future, have a financial crisis," the SEC head warned. "Maybe it's in the mortgage market, maybe it's in some sector of the equity market. And ...

Vaping dangers: Study reveals second-hand smoke from e-cigarettes contains 22 times the safe level of certain toxins

July 25, 2023 -

Details of the study were published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

The study findings disprove the common belief of many e-cigarette users that vapes are safe to use in public, indoors or near non-smokers because they do not produce the traditional pungent smoke released by traditional cigarettes. This could be because many vape devices often have a rather pleasant or non-offensive odor. Sometimes, they may even produce a pleasant or fruity-smelling vapor.

Regular ...

Health tips: 7 Ways to control your blood pressure

July 04, 2023 -

If you have been diagnosed with hypertension, maintaining healthy blood pressure is your priority. Adopting healthy lifestyle changes can greatly reduce your need for prescription medications.

Here are some tips to help you control your blood pressure without relying on meds:Lose those extra pounds and manage your weight

Blood pressure often increases with body weight. Being overweight can also cause disrupted breathing while you sleep (sleep apnea), which further ...

Heart disease risk skyrockets 13,200% following covid injections, CDC admits

June 21, 2023 -

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) discovered that compared to the background risk in the general population, the risk of myocarditis is 133 times greater in those who took the mRNA injections from either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna.

Researchers from several top universities and hospitals across America contributed to the study, which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)....

DEPOPULATION: Maternity wards across America are closing down as birth rates collapse

April 12, 2023 -

Since 2011, according to a report by the healthcare consulting firm Chartis, 217 hospitals across the country have closed their labor and delivery departments. In the past year alone, according to CNN, 13 closures either occurred or were announced.

The Chartis report explains that the states with the highest loss of access to obstetrical care include Minnesota, Texas, Iowa, Kansas, and Wisconsin, each of which lost more than 10 facilities over the past roughly 12 years....

FDA to review effectiveness of key ingredient in decongestant meds

March 14, 2023 -

The regulator's decision to reconsider its evaluation of the ingredient came years after pharmacy professors at the University of Florida (UFL) petitioned the FDA in 2007 to review its effectiveness. This gave birth to several studies that debunked phenylephrine's claims.

According to these studies, phenylephrine can't reach the bloodstream at sufficient levels when metabolized in the gut, which shows its ability to provide relief. They also found that while phenylephrine ...

These foods are best eaten with their skins on

March 07, 2023 -

Here is a short list of common fruits and vegetables that are best consumed with their peels on:Apples

The Standard Reference Legacy Release of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Nutrient Database says a raw apple with skin contains up to 332 percent more vitamin K, 142 percent more vitamin A, 115 percent more vitamin C, 20 percent more calcium and up to 19 percent more potassium than a peeled apple. (Related: Don’t get rid of the skin of the fruit: Apple ...

It’s TOO LATE for NATO to win the war against Russia… here’s why

February 01, 2023 -

A land war with a major military power is a long, drawn out slug fest that requires the sustained expenditure of enormous quantities of munitions: Artillery shells, rockets, missiles, small arms cartridges and so on.

To supply these munitions, a fighting force needs to be backed by a strong munitions manufacturing infrastructure or have huge stockpiles that can sustain the war while supplies are depleted. The United States has neither. No sufficiently large stockpiles ...

Study links vaccines to heart attacks: “Markedly elevated levels of full-length spike protein” found in victims’ blood

January 16, 2023 -

Researchers from Harvard Medical School looked at a cohort of children who were hospitalized at either Massachusetts General Hospital or Boston Children's Hospital between January 2021 and February 2022 due to their having developed post-injection myocarditis. The research team found that the subjects had "markedly elevated levels of full-length spike protein" in their blood that was "unbounded by antibodies."

A publication of the American Heart Association (AHA), ...

Regular exercise is key to heart disease prevention, reveals study

October 11, 2022 -

Exercising regularly can help reduce heart failure risk

More than six million adults in the U.S. have heart failure, a chronic, progressive disease that develops when your heart is unable to pump enough oxygen-rich blood to keep up with your body's needs.

Atherosclerosis, diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure) and obesity are all risk factors for heart failure. In 2019 alone, over 86,000 Americans died because of this potentially life-threatening condition.

Many ...

Woke academics are destroying American history with left-wing bias, new study finds

August 29, 2022 -

Everything from our constitutional system to our country's history have been attacked as inherently racist, colonizing, and corrupt as though nothing good has come from the existence of America.

Only now, however, are some academicians becoming concerned enough to speak out -- and even those who do are virulently assailed.

In a column published at the American Institute for Economic Research, Phillip W. Magness writes of "a bizarre string of events" that is currently ...

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