Posts Tagged: Death

Genetic Mutations & Parkinson’s Disease

“This study raises interesting questions about precisely how brain cells die in a Parkinson’s patient: the process which is key to understanding the disease’s progression.”     -Professor Hugh Perry “We are really only at the very beginning of this work, but

Genetic Mutations & Parkinson’s Disease

“This study raises interesting questions about precisely how brain cells die in a Parkinson’s patient: the process which is key to understanding the disease’s progression.”     -Professor Hugh Perry “We are really only at the very beginning of this work, but

Is your Diet, Carbonated Drink, Alcohol or even Fruit Juice KILLING you?

Aspartame (Aspartic Acid + Phenylalanine) is an ingredient which may be killing you slowly… Do you experience: -Allergies (Rashes), -Anxiety/Panic attacks, -Breathing difficulties (Asthma, Chest tightness), -Chills, -Emotional/Behavioural/Psychological instability (Irritability, Depression, Mood Swings, Rage episodes), -Fatigue, -Gastrointestinal Disorders (Abdominal pain) -Headaches, Migraines, Dizziness, Vertigo, -Heart

Is your Diet, Carbonated Drink, Alcohol or even Fruit Juice KILLING you?

Aspartame (Aspartic Acid + Phenylalanine) is an ingredient which may be killing you slowly… Do you experience: -Allergies (Rashes), -Anxiety/Panic attacks, -Breathing difficulties (Asthma, Chest tightness), -Chills, -Emotional/Behavioural/Psychological instability (Irritability, Depression, Mood Swings, Rage episodes), -Fatigue, -Gastrointestinal Disorders (Abdominal pain) -Headaches, Migraines, Dizziness, Vertigo, -Heart

Scientific Breakthrough about MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS – Watch CTV News VIDEO!

“For now, MS Societies in Canada and the U.S. have reacted cautiously to the research,, saying there is “insufficient evidence to suggest this phenomenon is the cause of MS” and discouraging patients from getting tested or seeking treatment.” But the

Scientific Breakthrough about MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS – Watch CTV News VIDEO!

“For now, MS Societies in Canada and the U.S. have reacted cautiously to the research,, saying there is “insufficient evidence to suggest this phenomenon is the cause of MS” and discouraging patients from getting tested or seeking treatment.” But the