What if we didn’t fight the cancer?

Publisher’s Note for Oct/Nov/Dec 2017 Issue By Sandra G. Malhotra, Ph.D. The popular lexicon around cancer is a concern to me as we often hear about the “battle”, “fight” or “war”. This issue is an invitation to think about a cancer diagnosis differently — not as a battle to be won so that life can return to “normal.” Rather, as a call to an inner journey to be traveled, just like other serious challenges that provide us the opportunity for deep introspection and growth. A chance to establish a new and better normal. Why? Because the cancer is not...

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How a Lack of Sleep Affects the Brain

In the blog post ‘Eat Well to Work Well’ by Kristen Metsch, she mentioned some of the things that people need to eat in order to function well in the office. The article also discussed the many variables that tend to affect the way people sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults need to sleep at least 8 hours a day. However, just how many adults follow this important tip? Not a lot, unfortunately, and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has a study to back it up. They state that one in three American adults, or...

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The Official Stance vs. The Facts

Publisher’s Note for July/August/September 2017 Issue By Sandra G. Malhotra, Ph.D. The official government stance regarding vaccines is: • Vaccines are safe • Vaccines are effective • Vaccines are necessary But here are other facts to consider [1]: • Number of studies showing vaccine-autism link: 97 • Number of studies quoted by vaccine inventor multi-millionaire and promoter Paul Offit showing no vaccine-autism link: 14 • Rate of autism in 1980’s: 1 in 10,000 • Rate of autism in 2015: 1 in 68 • Projected rate of autism in 2025: 1 in 2 • Number of doses recommended for the...

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By  Dr Katia Meier A widespread, erroneous idea exists that vaccines create lifelong immunity, but this is not the case at all. Vaccine-created immunity is temporary at best and insufficient as it only stimulates half the immune system. It is unknown and unpredictable how long this immunity lasts as it has not been studied and most likely has a huge range in individual variations.(28) Undergoing the actual disease process is the only way to achieve lifelong immunity and to be able to pass on this immunity to the fetus and newborn through breast milk protecting the newborns for the...

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By Dr Katia Meier Unscientific, emotion-laden outbursts and blatant, profit-driven lies blur the lines between vaccine truths and myths in the media. Fortunately, the population is waking up by taking research into their own hands. Many doctors just regurgitate what they’ve been spoon-fed in pharmaceutical-sponsored medical schools. Many doctors and educated people come to learn the truth about vaccines when a life event forces them to do so. As a doctor and a mother, I am sharing the results of my personal vaccine truth- finding mission. When I entered medical school, my physician mother shared alternative literature about vaccines...

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