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August 13, 2020

Testing the Most Effective Method to Manipulate Minds
They have an 'overwhelming' campaign planned for November, and depending upon the group you fall into, the message you receive will be carefully crafted to maximize manipulation. Get a sneak preview of what's on their agenda.

Could Natural Lithium in Tap Water Help Stem Suicides?
Lithium is found naturally in higher levels in some areas of the world and may reduce suicides. Is artificially raising levels in public drinking water the answer?


August 12, 2020

Fauci Recommends Goggles for Protection From COVID-19
Dr. Fauci now recommends wearing goggles and full face shields in addition to masks, as eyes can serve as points of entry for the coronavirus. What's the likelihood of your eyes becoming contaminated?

PFAS Phase-Out in Food Containers May Take Years
These chemicals are found in tap water, rainwater, ocean water and even Arctic animals. Four companies are voluntarily stopping production, but it could take years. Here's how to avoid PFAS.


August 11, 2020

Vit D, Magnesium and B12 Significantly Improve COVID Outcomes
You don't have to rely on wearing masks, social distancing and hoping for a vaccine solution. There are many natural strategies you can implement to build your immune system to help prevent COVID-19. Take this new test to assess where you are, and minimize your risk.

Flu Vaccination Associated With Increased Viral Shedding
People who received an influenza vaccine shed more virus into the air than those who had not been vaccinated, raising questions about their ultimate impact on public health - especially as a live attenuated COVID-19 vaccine is being produced.


August 10, 2020

Mercola.com Celebrates Its 23-Year Anniversary
Back in the late '90s I was making a difference in my patients' lives, but I had no idea that by making this decision, it would change everything. I've had no regrets - ever. And now as we celebrate this milestone together, I'm filled with gratitude and delight.

Can a Healthy Nose Help Protect You From COVID?
Nasal microbiota may help protect you against infection. Nasal probiotics are on the horizon; here are strategies you can use right now to protect your health.

Weekly Health Quiz: Masks, Infants and Obesity
Take this week's quiz to see how well you remember what you read on Mercola.com last week.


August 9, 2020

The Pressing Dangers of Technocracy
The first country to ever implement this system was Nazi Germany under Hitler, and Canada's leader was the grandfather of Elon Musk. That ought to be enough to make the hair stand up on the back of your head. Are you being played like a puppet by COVID-19?

Don’t Relinquish Civil Liberties for False Sense of Security
With a fast-tracked (and potentially forced) COVID-19 vaccine having the potential to become one of the biggest public health disasters in history, and the H.R. 6666 TRACE Act (which can cause your children to be taken to child services), do this urgently to protect yourself.


August 8, 2020

Hydroxychloroquine Protocol Continues Getting Censored
Think big pharma and the media want to end the COVID crisis? Then why would a group of doctors who spoke out about a simple and inexpensive fix and generated 14 million views and 600,000 shares be scrubbed from their platform? Here's the untold truth.

A Veggie That's a Fruit, With More Vitamin C Than an Orange
Vitamin C is vital to healthy immune function and may even reduce your risk of heart disease, but contrary to popular belief, oranges aren't the best source. This fruit, which is often miscategorized as a vegetable, not only provides more vitamin C than an orange, but also has more than you need for the entire day.


August 7, 2020

Mild Obesity Can Double Your Risk for COVID Complications
If you want to lower your risk for good, the data suggest you must fix this. Patients with this had a 2.5 times greater risk of respiratory failure, and a five times greater risk of being admitted to an ICU. It can also trigger inflammation that may be responsible for a threefold greater risk of blood clots in the lungs.

What Habits Can You Build by Middle Age to Prevent Disease?
We all have habits, but only some support your health. Research shows these habits lengthen life and increase the number of years without chronic disease.


August 6, 2020

Fermented Foods May Lower Your Risk of COVID-19 Death
What if your food choices could make a difference in your risk of dying from COVID-19? That appears to be the case, according to German researchers. Countries that consume higher amounts of these types of foods have lower COVID-19 death rates.

More Big News on Vitamin D for COVID
Evidence continues to mount in support of the importance of vitamin D in protecting your immune system and overall health. Here's how to make a customized plan.


August 5, 2020

Striking Decline of Premature Births and SIDS During COVID
It's still unknown why the rate of this has dropped so dramatically, from an average of 700 per week to fewer than 500 per week during the months of April and May. Doctors and researchers suggest reduced vaccination rates may have played a role.

14 Patents in Every Fake Bite of Impossible Burger
Impossible Foods' fake burgers are marketed as sustainable meat alternatives but in reality are ultraprocessed junk foods created in a laboratory. The company even holds 14 patents, with at least 100 more pending, for its 'natural' products.


August 4, 2020

Gates Tries to Justify Side Effects of Fast-Tracked Vaccine
Everyone suffered side effects in this trial that's being heralded as a big success, and 21% of participants in one group suffered one or more severe events. If that constitutes success, then what level of harm must be inflicted for a vaccine to be deemed a 'failure?'

Glyphosate Found in Manuka Honey
Manuka honey is valued for its medicinal properties and purity, but an investigation revealed it may contain residues of glyphosate, a widely used toxic weed killer embroiled in litigation over its human health risks.


August 3, 2020

WHO Admits: No Direct Evidence Masks Prevent Viral Infection
Cloth masks have been shown to provide only limited protection, but if you make these common mistakes, you can nullify what little protection they do offer against potentially infectious respiratory droplets associated with COVID-19.

Black Raspberries May Help Fight Skin Allergies' Inflammation
Berries are often touted as one of the best fruits out there, but black raspberries may be especially beneficial due to their high antioxidant capacity. In addition to helping resolve the symptoms of skin allergies, black raspberries have myriad other health benefits too.

Weekly Health Quiz: Insulin, Nutrients and Masks
Take this week's quiz to see how well you remember what you read on Mercola.com last week.


August 2, 2020

The Role of Metabolic Health in Better COVID-19 Outcomes
Your metabolic health plays a significant role in how sick you can become with COVID-19. At least 90% of people in this country are metabolically unhealthy - are you? Find out where you stand with these seven diagnostic criteria.

Annual Fluoride Awareness Week Update
An abundance of research now shows it's doing more harm than good. Studies have shown toxicity from this substance is linked to serious health problems affecting many areas of the body - including your bones, brain, thyroid, pineal gland and even your blood sugar levels. Over 2,500 pages of scientific documentation detail the associated health risks of this dangerous practice that is being forced on whole populations.


August 1, 2020

NYC Doctor Highlights Importance of Vitamin D Optimization
Research suggests that your risk of developing and dying from COVID-19 virtually disappears when you achieve this minor milestone. It's a simple step that's easy, safe and inexpensive to do. By ignoring this, you could instead face an up to 12 times higher risk of death from COVID-19.

Your Iron Levels Could Be a Key to Slow Aging and Long Life
High iron levels are associated with chronic disease. New data show they may also be linked to aging and a shorter life. This is how to slow the aging process.