Monthly Archives: October 2015

Neuroplasticity Redefines Our Understanding Of The Brain

(Dr. Mercola, www.mercola.com)  In spite of being the focus of attention for centuries, the human brain continues to be enshrouded in mystery. One major discovery, however, has begun peeling back the veil and allowing scientists to see your brain’s inner workings with new eyes. Contrary to previously held beliefs, your brain is highly adaptive and …

Neurological Indicators Show That Your Heart Is The True Center of Consciousness

(Dr. Fahad Basheer)  In 1974, the French researchers Gahery and Vigier, working with cats, stimulated the vagus nerve (which carries many of the signals from the heart to the brain) and found that the brain’s electrical response was reduced to about half its normal rate when stimulating the vagus nerve (3). The heart appeared to be sending meaningful …

“We Were Paying To Poison Our Kids”: Lead In City’s Water

(Ryan Felton for The Guardian)  When Lee-Anne Walters learned in March that her son’s immune system was compromised after being exposed to lead in the city of Flint’s water supply, she did what any parent would likely do: break down and cry. “Shocked, angry … I was hysterical,” Walters told the Guardian. Barely able to speak, the 37-year-old …

Parents Sue School Because WIFI Is Making Their Son Sick

(Lloyd Burrell) Parents are suing their son’s private school in Southborough, Massachusetts, claiming that the schools wireless Internet network is making their 12-year-old sick. The child’s parents are requesting that the school to switch to a hardwired Ethernet connection or that they lower the radio frequency (RF) radiation levels so that their …