Truth about vitamin B2 and migraines: 70 years of suppressed studies revealed — NaturalHealth365 – August 10, 2019

(NaturalHealth365) Migraine headaches are a fairly common and debilitating type of headache that costs the U.S. healthcare system an enormous amount of money, every year.  But, the greater tragedy is how the public has been kept in the dark about the effectiveness of a simple remedy, vitamin B2.

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Top FDA Official Blows Whistle as Agency Approves Drug 10X Worse Than Fentanyl, Funded by DoD — The Free Thought Project

“The lack of insight that continues to be exhibited by the agency is in many ways a willful blindness that borders on the criminal.” — top FDA official.

In a massive move to expose the Food and Drug Administration’s loyalty to big pharma, a top official from within the agency has come forward with damning claims. The FDA has succumbed to Big Pharma’s influence and is approving deadly drugs to benefit their industry backers…..Read more

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Q: The Plan To Save The World — Era of Light – June 29, 2018

 

Greetings All! I received this video via email today. Very interesting and hopeful. Check it out for yourself. “The good guys are winning”.

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How doctors got rich pushing Big Pharma’s addictive opioids – July 10, 2017

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(Natural News) Fentanyl is the most powerful opioid that has ever been mass-marketed. Quick to kick in and powerful enough to conquer pain that other opioids couldn’t touch, it was designed with the intention of helping cancer patients die comfortably. Why, then, is this “heroin on steroids” given out to patients in New Jersey for routine operations like tonsil removal?

According to NJ.com, the answer is simple: money. Common sense says that oncologists should be the ones prescribing such a powerful and dangerous drug, but an investigation by New Jersey Advance Media revealed that in the Garden State, eight different medical specialties filed more claims with Medicare for fentanyl than cancer doctors. This includes family practitioners, who filed more than five times the number of fentanyl claims from 2013 to 2015 than oncologists did. Even nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants were heavy prescribers…