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‘Turbo Cancers’ Linked to COVID Jabs

In a September 22, 2023, Highwire interview (video above), Canadian oncologist and cancer researcher Dr. William Makis discussed the alarming rise in post-jab “turbo cancers,” a term coined to describe incredibly rapid-growing cancers in people who have received one or more COVID jabs. One example of this is detailed in a September 2023 case report1… Read More »

Obesity Linked with Higher Risk of Cancer

A 2002 report issued by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer estimates that one-fifth to one-third of all breast, colon, endometrial, kidney and esophageal cancers can be related to overweight and obesity. In a recent population study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (April 24, 2003), researchers conclude that… Read More »

Sugary drinks and increased colon cancer risk linked in study involving nurses

Young adults who drink sugary beverages may be at an increased risk of developing colon cancer, researchers claim. The study, which involved 116,500 female nurses from 1991 to 2015, found that compared with women who drank less than one 8-ounce serving per week of sugar-sweetened beverages, those who drank two or more per day had… Read More »

Some blood pressure-lowering meds linked to less memory decline in older adults, study finds

Older adults taking blood pressure-lowering medications known to cross the blood-brain barrier had better memory recall over time compared to those taking other types of medicines to treat high blood pressure, according to new research published today in the American Heart Association journal Hypertension. High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a risk factor for cognitive… Read More »