By Ishtar Babilu Dingir
As a 60-year-old, I find it bizarre when people insist that our blue skies were always criss-crossed with blurred white lines. In my memory, they really were not that way. Even 20 years ago, the skies were clearer and bluer, and the thinner contrails from aeroplanes, which are much higher up, dispersed within minutes … unlike the metallic sheen from chemtrails which blocks the sun for half the day.
But it seems that how ever much evidence is provided to show that chemtrailing is a real and present danger to humanity, many cannot face even looking up to see them for fear that their whole world view would then come tumbling down.
It seems that some people need to tell themselves stories – no matter how unlikely the plotlines – about their lives, in order to stay sane. They are like children who refuse to grow up … while the rest of us had to put away our toys some time ago. So I doubt this latest report will make much of an impact on them. But it is a welcome confirmation for those of us who are continually being told by the Child Catchers that we are crazy to ‘believe in’ chemtrails. Continue reading
By Carolanne Wright
Is it possible that the simple act of drinking green tea can help protect your brain against Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease? A multitude of studies have looked into the effects that the tea has on neurological health — and the results are promising. Continue reading
Scientists have been feverishly studying genetics to find a break in Alzheimer’s research—a clue that could help eradicate this monster of a disease. But genes are just part of the equation. Rutgers scientists just led a team that turned up evidence suggesting pesticides and Alzheimer’s disease could be intricately linked, according to a new study published in JAMA Neurology. Continue reading
Promising research on goji berry (Lycium barbarum) has shown a positive correlation between consumption of the fruit and neuroprotective benefits that minimize the ravaging effects of Alzheimer’s. Continue reading
The current value of the cholesterol-lowering drug industry is estimated at around US $ 29 billion, but research suggests the drugs have little beneficial effects, and can often cause more harm than good. Much of what is commonly believed about high cholesterol and how it relates to saturated fats, heart disease and strokes is wrong; scientific research linking high cholesterol to heart disease is actually weak
Statin drugs can wreak havoc with your health, and there’s compelling evidence that most people who currently take them simply do not need them The best ways to optimise your cholesterol levels and your heart health have to do with lifestyle measures, including eating healthy saturated fat. Continue reading
It’s good to hear that there’s a new computer programme which uses brain scans to spot Alzheimer’s Disease early being tested by the NHS. And that the test, which was developed at Maudsley Hospital and Kings College London, delivers results that are 85 per cent accurate in just 24 hours.
However, early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is a bit of a mixed blessing when orthodox medicine has not yet any cure for the disease, or even anything to help it. Continue reading