Traumatic Birth Syndrome (TBS)

Last month, I wrote about a very disturbing topic – one that most parents are unfamiliar with – Traumatic Birth Syndrome (TBS).

I mentioned this earlier; TBS is a problem largely under-reported, and one that most people are very unfamiliar with. Dr.’s Gutman and Biederman, two German physicians, have done extensive studies on this phenomenon and found a Subluxation in the upper neck area can affect the Respiratory centers of the Spinal Cord and a baby can literally stop breathing while asleep. This has been termed Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

Dr. Gutman also found that 80 percent of all children tend to have a subluxation in the upper part of the neck, which may make them susceptible to a number of diffuse symptoms which have baffled physicians for years. He also found that this type of subluxation can also cause lower resistance to infection, frequent colds, ear problems, hyperactivity, Asthma, bed- wetting, as well as what he termed, “central motor impairment.” His recommendation to parents is that “a spinal check up after birth should be obligatory.”

I can almost hear you say: Why is this so important? Continue reading “Traumatic Birth Syndrome (TBS)” »

Maggots Heal Wounds

In many cases of Diabetes, where a patient has open sores and wounds, maggots are used to help in the process of healing:

Medical maggots (fly larvae) won’t take over your body. They’re completely disinfected, sterile and only interested in dinging on dead tissue around a wound – which encourages new, healthy tissue to grow in its place.

Usually you can’t feel a thing, unless you’re already feeling pain due to the exposed nerves. In that case, you may feel the creatures’ movements, but pain relievers should take care of that. Oh….spare me! Continue reading “Maggots Heal Wounds” »

The Problems with Gardasil: How foreign DNA fragments found in the vaccine can cause disease

The FDA asserts that the foreign DNA fragments found in Gardasil pose no risk. In contrast, Dr. Hanan Polansky, from the Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease, uses his highly acclaimed discovery of Microcompetition to explain how these DNA fragments can cause major diseases.

Gardasil is the FDA approved HPV vaccine. As of September 15, 2011, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) received a total of 20,096 reports of adverse events in relation to Gardasil vaccination. Good to know. Why would you want to do this in the first place? Continue reading “The Problems with Gardasil: How foreign DNA fragments found in the vaccine can cause disease” »

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