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CDC study accidentally finds that Thimerosal (mercury) remains in the body far longer ...

A new study conducted by two scientists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has refuted the agency's own longstanding claims that the controversial vaccine ingredient thimerosal is relatively harmless and is flushed quickly from the

Transdermal Cannabis Patch Treats Chronic Pain: Combats Prescription Painkiller Epidemic

Innovative transdermal cannabinoid patches offered by Mary's Medicinals treat chronic pain and divert recreational drug users in search of a body high.

Solar Panel Farm Yields 17,000 Tons Of Food Annually In The Worst Climates

Sundrop Farms is challenging traditional farming by producing food in the worst areas of the world.

How To Make a Dutch Bucket Filmed by my wife

How To Make a Dutch Bucket Filmed by my wife

Brain-computer interface allows fast, accurate typing by people with paralysis

In a Stanford-led research report, three participants with movement impairment controlled an onscreen cursor simply by imagining their own hand movements.

Tiny fibers open new windows into the brain

Three-in-one design allows genetic, chemical, optical, and electrical inputs and outputs.

Hair thin fibers were used for two way optical, electrical and chemical signaling within the brain

For the first time ever, a single flexible fiber no bigger than a human hair has successfully delivered a combination of optical, electrical, and chemical signals back and forth into the brain, putting into practice an idea first proposed two years a

Flourescent biotechnology for high lighting solid cancer for more complete surgical removal

With five U.S. patents issued and dozens more filed and pending around the world,....

Could Your Fitbit Data Be Used To Deny You Health Insurance?

When Technocrats collect data, it is never for benign purposes. All harvested data that migrates to the 'cloud' can and will be used against you to limit and/or make your choices for you. This is the essence of Scientific Dictatorship. ? TN Edi

Framework for building bio-bots

For the past several years, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have been developing a class of walking "bio-bots" powered by muscle cells and controlled with electrical and optical pulses.

IKEA Just Released Free Plans For A Sustainable Garden That Can Feed A Neighborhood

Learn how to build a spherical garden in 17 steps with this open source design provided by IKEA.

How to Hold Your Breath Like a Deep-Sea Freediver

Thousands of years before SCUBA or even rudimentary mechanical diving apparatuses, human beings plumbed the ocean's depths with nothing but discipline and one giant, pre-plunge gulp of air.

Star Wars Science - The Force Trainer II: Hologram Experience

Now you can move holograms with just the power of your mind! Re-enact famous Jedi challenges as you advance through 10 different levels of Force Training.

Welcome to the era of transhumanism

In a compelling webseries from 2012 entitled H+, we were introduced to a future world where much of the population has a hi-tech implant, allowing individuals a direct neural interface with the internet.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Reverses Fibromyalgia in 70% of Patients, Researchers Find

The disorder is also associated with irritable bowel syndrome, migraine headaches, neurological issues, chemical sensitivities, restless legs syndrome, brain fog, fatigue, insomnia, mood swings, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, to name a few.

UV light treatments found to slash hospital superbug infections by 30%

(Natural News) The emergence of drug-resistant superbugs is fast escalating into a worldwide crisis. In the U.S. alone, around 23,000 people are killed by superbugs each year, according to statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prev

Demand for organic food creating new "gold rush" for producers

(Natural News) The demand for organic food has grown so dramatically in recent years that experts are likening it to a "gold rush mentality," as producers scramble to transition their fields to earn organic certification.

Brazilian berry extract stops a superbug in its tracks

Superbugs are on the rise, with a UK government report last year warning that they could kill 10 million people a year by 2050.

New brain implant design is meant to restore vision to the blind

Experiments that let a paralyzed person swig coffee using a robotic arm, or that let blind people "see" spots of light, have proven the huge potential of computers that interface with the brain.

READ YOU LIKE A FACEBOOK Mark Zuckerberg funds bid to develop mind-reading brain implants

Billionaire pays for research into 'neural recording', a creepy-sounding technique which could change the lives of people suffering serious illnesses

This cheap and easy lab-on-a-chip could save lives

Diagnosing diseases quickly and easily in poor regions

Contaminated Vaccines

Italian researchers studied the safety of vaccines currently in use. (1) They examined 44 types of vaccines to verify if there was physical contamination in the vaccines. Although the vaccines were obtained from two countries (France and Italy), th

Robotic prosthetic taps spinal nerve signals

While the act of picking up an object is something most of us take for granted, for prostheses users, it can be an exercise in frustration. For all their promise, brain-controlled bionic arms, both invasive and non-invasive, are still not ready to le

The age of the BIONIC BODY...

When The Six Million Dollar Man first aired in the Seventies, with its badly injured astronaut being rebuilt with machine parts, the TV show seemed a far-fetched fantasy.

How Therapeutic Use of Full-Spectrum Light Can Improve Your Health

Photobiology is the therapeutic use of light to improve health. In this interview, Dr. Alexander Wunsch, one of the leading experts in photobiology, explains the historical significance of photobiology.

Scientist develops biodegradable, edible non-plastic bags to halt the continued plastic...

pollution of the world...(Natural News) One country that has been making a concerted effort to reduce plastic waste is India. A ban on disposable plastics is set to go into effect in the Delhi region this year, outlawing the use of produce bags, cut

Brain imaging shows benefits of a good nights' sleep

Electron microscope images of the inside of the brains of mice have given credence to the hypothesis that sleep plays an integral role in our ability to learn new things.

Can't sleep? Insomniacs should try camping, say scientists

Over the years, insomniacs have been offered pills, plants, "mindfulness", and even special lamps to help them get off to sleep.

The Purpose of Sleep? To Forget, Scientists Say

Over the years, scientists have come up with a lot of ideas about why we sleep.

The Widely Spread And Constantly Used Silent Killer – Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is a wireless network, which everybody uses and helps us connect to a lot device without cables. Everywhere we go we can find Wi-Fi. The major beneficiaries are the mobile phones, and the companies offer some specific instructions for the phone

Britta Riley: A garden in my apartment

Britta Riley wanted to grow her own food (in her tiny apartment). So she and her friends developed a system for growing plants in discarded plastic bottles -- researching, testing and tweaking the system using social media, trying many variations at

Action of "gatekeeper" cells could be ground zero for Alzheimer's

In the hunt for a cause and cure for Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative ailments, much attention has been focused on sticky proteins called beta-amyloid plaques that build up in the brain and cause nerve damage. A new potential target ha

Novel combination of drugs 'could eliminate HIV', scientists claim as they start ...

groundbreaking human trial...HIV could be eliminated using a novel combination of drugs, claims a research team on the brink of an unprecedented experiment.

Device reads brain activity to help locked-in people communicate

It can tell whether a completely paralyzed person is thinking "yes" or "no"

FDA quietly bans powerful life-saving intravenous Vitamin C

It would be naive to think that the FDA endeavors to protect the public's health as its primary focus. Indeed, that would be a conflict of interest, as it serves its master, the pharmaceutical industry.

FDA quietly bans powerful life-saving intravenous Vitamin C

(Natural News) It would be naive to think that the FDA endeavors to protect the public's health as its primary focus. Indeed, that would be a conflict of interest, as it serves its master, the pharmaceutical industry. Has the Food and Drug Administ

Woman was kept alive with no lungs for six days while awaiting a transplant

A woman was kept alive with no lungs for six days while she waited for a transplant in April last year.

Protect Life: Witness a Vaccine Reaction

Post a Video Report on NVIC's International Memorial for Vaccine Victims

Healing With Medical Marijuana

Marijuana has gone mainstream, as evidenced by the spread of the use of marijuana as a medicine, and now outright legalization in some places is turning peoples' heads and hearts to a vision where marijuana is perceived as good.

Researchers have known for decades that cannabis kills cancer cells… yet the cover-up continues

(Natural News) After decades of attempts to find a cure for cancer and billions of dollars spent on cancer research, we are still fighting the war on this disease. While heart disease remains the number one killer of Americans, cancer is rapidly catc

The brain uses REM sleep to cut unneeded connections

REM sleep critical for brain development and memory consolidation.

Breath test could save lives by diagnosing deadly cancers earlier

A simple breath test could save lives by diagnosing deadly cancers early.

Bringing DNA Technology Expertise to Cannabis

Medicinal Genomics uses state-of-the-art DNA technology to better understand cannabis genetics and develop products that help growers, dispensaries, and testing laboratories ensure the safety and quality of cannabis.

Medical first,children had cancer cured with genetically engineered T-cells from another person

Doctors in London say they have cured two babies of leukemia in the world's first attempt to treat cancer with genetically engineered immune cells from a donor.

Deep Learning algorithm will enable 6.3 billion cellphones in 2021 to diagnose skin cancer...

Computer scientists at Stanford set out to create an artificially intelligent diagnosis algorithm for skin cancer. They made a database of nearly 130,000 skin disease images and trained their algorithm to visually diagnose potential cancer. From the

Natural Medicine: How to Make and Apply an Herbal Poultice

5 years ago, I came down with a bad upper respiratory infection. I was taking over the counter medicines, but none seemed to work and I was worried about secondary infections. My wife grandmother suggested I make a mustard plaster (poultice) for my c

A leap in affordability and power to weight ratio with Fabric Pneumatic Exoskeleton Technology

Roam Robotics wants to create light and affordable exoskeletons that will be usable by a lot of people for everyday use.

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