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HPV Vaccine Injury in Japan

Between Fear and Hope: Another Japanese Girl Injured After the HPV Vaccine

Monday, September 29th, 2014 /

Yuka was 13 years old when she received the first dose of Gardasil, the HPV vaccine. Prior to the vaccine she was healthy. Her mother describes her as slim, pale, and of average physical strength. She had dry skin and … Read More

Lisa Bloomquist FQ

Caffeine to Prevent and Treat Alzheimer’s Disease?

Thursday, September 25th, 2014 /

A coffee a day keeps the dementia at bay. Actually, it’s 3 to 5 cups of coffee a day – moderate consumption throughout adulthood – that has been shown to prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease in later life; “a … Read More

Robin Karr

Victimized by Medicine

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 /

I don’t particularly like saying I’ve been “victimized” nor do I like thinking of myself as a “victim”. I never have. The truth is though, according to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, I have been victimized. Merriam defines victimized as follows: … Read More

Laura Wershler

Can the Pro-Choice Community Embrace a Birth Control Dichotomy?

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 /

In 2004, when I was executive director of Planned Parenthood Alberta, I gave an introductory presentation on fertility awareness for women looking for alternatives to hormonal birth control. One young woman who’d been on Depo-Provera for five years had been … Read More

Chandler Marrs

Thoughts on Inflammation, Vaccines and Modern Medicine

Monday, September 22nd, 2014 /

One of the core components of an HPV vaccine adverse reaction inevitably includes some degree of seemingly unexplainable but observable brain inflammation and white matter disintegration. The brain inflammation falls under a number of different names and diagnoses, some are … Read More

Robin Karr

Is Medical Abuse of Women the New Standard of Care?

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 /

Over half a million hysterectomies are performed every year in the U.S. Up to 90% are considered to be medically unnecessary. Therefore, healthy hormone-producing sex organs are “routinely” removed. For this reason, removal of healthy sex organs is considered to be … Read More

Chandler Marrs

Reducing Brain Inflammation with Vitamin B6

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 /

Among the many symptoms of vaccine adverse reactions is brain inflammation, often considered idiopathic or of unknown origins. There are a number of potential culprits underlying vaccine related brain inflammation, including the virus vectors, the neurotoxic adjuvants or the cocktail … Read More

Philippa Bridge-Cook

Bladder Pain Syndrome – Interstitial Cystitis

Thursday, September 11th, 2014 /

Symptoms of pain related to the bladder, urinary urgency and/or frequency affect up to 12 million Americans and can range from uncomfortable to extremely debilitating. These symptoms can affect both men and women, although they are more common in women. … Read More

Leslie Wakefield

Often Injured, Rarely Treated: Tailbone Misalignment

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 /

Chronic lower back discomfort. Stiff neck. Pelvic floor dysfunction such as pain with intercourse or urinary incontinence. Inability to sit squarely or for long periods of time. Pain with bowel movements. These are symptoms I see commonly grouped together in … Read More