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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation & Others Predicted Up To 65 Million Deaths Via Coronavirus – In Simulation Ran 3 Months Ago!

Foundation also funded group who owns virus patent and is funding research for a vaccine to stop it from spreading

3 hours ago By Kelen McBreen | INFOWARS.COM

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NYC Subway Riders Find Corpse of Homeless Man Covered in Bed Bugs

Discovery came hours before bed bug infestation plunged subway system into chaos

1 hour ago By Dan Lyman | Newswars.com

Is Coronavirus A Manmade Depopulation Weapon?

Learn about the origin of the illness spreading throughout the planet

2 hours ago By Rob Dew | INFOWARS.COM

MSM Admits US Drinking Water Heavily Contaminated With Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’

New watchdog report reveals water supplies packed with fluorinated substances

23 hours ago By Dan Lyman | Newswars.com

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Jan 21, 2020

Patient’s Biological Clock Plays Crucial Role in Healing From Surgery

Study shows, for the first time, that circadian clock genes are involved in healing

Jan 21, 2020

Study: Obesity Levels Increase Fastest When Entering Adulthood

Researchers analyze downside of lifestyle changes

Jan 20, 2020

China Confirms Over 130 New Cases of Deadly Virus

Outbreak spreading at alarming rate

Jan 17, 2020

Study: Cannabis Exposure During Pregnancy Leads to Lower Birth Weight, Decreased Brain Growth in Unborn

Effects of cannabis use during pregnancy only now beginning to be understood

Jan 16, 2020

Study: Walnuts Improve Gut Health, Reduce Risk of Heart Disease

Tasty snack provides fatty acids, fiber, more

Jan 16, 2020

Vaccine Scientists Confirm Major Safety Problems

Powerful behind-closed-doors video reveals truth that 'experts' don't want you to hear

Jan 15, 2020

Beauty Sleep Could Be Real, Say Body Clock Biologists

Biologists explain for first time why having a good night's sleep really could prepare us for a busy day

Jan 14, 2020

23andMe is cashing in on drugs it developed with your DNA. Should its customers get a cut?

Vague promises of gene therapies to come were part of the mystique of 23andMe

Jan 14, 2020

Siblings of Children With Intellectual Disabilities Score High on Empathy, Closeness

Researchers use artwork to assess relationships of developing siblings

Jan 13, 2020

Researchers Using Liquid Metal to Fight Drug-Resistant Superbugs

Nano-sized particles of magnetic liquid metal shred bacteria, bacterial biofilm

Jan 13, 2020

Binge Drinking Drops Among College Students in States That Legalized Marijuana

Students 46% more likely to have used marijuana than their peers in non-legalized states, says study

Jan 10, 2020

Aluminum in Food Linked to Developmental Disorders, Liver Damage, More

Experts also worried about aluminum found in cosmetics, packaging

Jan 10, 2020

Soda Companies Now Pushing Transgenderism Mutilations of Children

Decades-old trend reveals unhealthy lifestyles promoted under the guise of 'love'

Jan 09, 2020

Study: Physical Outrage Differs Significantly Between Liberals & Conservatives

Research discovers how people may actually be wired differently

Jan 08, 2020

Children Receiving Unnecessary Medical Care Regardless of Insurance Type – Study

Researcher says parents, doctors mistakingly believe that prescribing a drug or ordering a test is better than doing nothing

Jan 06, 2020

Young Women Still Getting Unnecessary Pelvic Exams

Study finds millions of 'outdated' tests being performed on healthy girls

Jan 06, 2020

Don’t Wait to Get Concussion Care – Research

Early treatment may mean faster recovery

Jan 03, 2020

Plants Improve Work Life – Study

Scientist says not many people fully understand benefits of stress recovery brought by plants

Jan 02, 2020

In 1980 Only 15% of US Adults Were Obese, Now It’s 40%

Study finds dopamine, biological clock link to snacking, overeating and obesity

Dec 31, 2019

Diet Has Rapid Effects on Sperm Quality – Study

Researchers analyzing how high-sugar diets impact future generations

Dec 30, 2019

Chemicals No Longer Used in Agriculture, Manufacturing Still Remain in Environment & Are Linked to Smaller Fetal Size

Mothers exposed to persistent organic pollutants have smaller fetuses than women who haven't been exposed to these chemicals

Dec 30, 2019

Children Who Drink Whole Milk Have a Lower Risk of Being Overweight – Study

Findings challenge international guidelines that promote reduced-fat milk to children

Dec 23, 2019

Vaccine FAIL: “Whooping Cough Outbreak Closes Texas School Despite 100-Percent Vaccination Rate: Officials”

If ever there was convincing proof that vaccination does not equate to bona fide immunity...

Dec 23, 2019

Can Brain Injury from Boxing, MMA be Measured?

Is there a 'safe' level of exposure to head trauma?

Dec 23, 2019

The Most Important FOOD SCIENCE Stories of 2019

Nature, and in particular food, truly holds the secret to healing so many of the illnesses we have to contend with

Dec 23, 2019

Hair Growth Finding Could Make Baldness ‘Optional’

New insight into how dermal sheath works could re-focus research into hair loss

Dec 20, 2019

Obesity in Pregnant Moms Impacts Son’s IQ, Not Daughter’s – Study

Professor urges moms to stay active, get enough fatty acids like the kind found in fish oil

Dec 19, 2019

Caffeine Fights Obesity, Study Suggests

Chemical found to offset health risks of diets high in fat, sugar

Dec 18, 2019

Obesity Impacts Brain Development in Children, Major Study Suggests

Subjects with higher BMI tend to have lower working memory

Dec 17, 2019

Mothers’ & Babies’ Brains ‘More in Tune’ When Mother is Happy

Findings indicate mother's emotional state impacts baby's brain development

Dec 16, 2019

People With Common Cold May Be Less Likely to Get Flu – Study

Researchers investigating possibility that certain viruses actually compete for resources in respiratory tract

Dec 13, 2019

Study Raises Alarm Over Flame Retardant Chemicals in Baby Products, Furniture

Researchers tie prenatal exposure to certain chemicals to an increased risk in diabetes, heart disease, more

Dec 13, 2019

Women in Blue-Collar Jobs Age Faster Than Peers – Study

Working men age slower in all age groups

Dec 11, 2019