Parasites in Women and Men (funny)

By Jane Bunce A COMMON parasite can increase a women’s attractiveness to the opposite sex but also make men more stupid, an Australian researcher says. About 40 percent of the world’s population is infected with Toxoplasma gondii, including about eight million Australians. Human infection generally occurs when people eat raw or undercooked meat that has cysts containing the parasite, or accidentally ingest some of the parasite’s eggs excreted by an infected cat. The parasite is known to be dangerous to…

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Micro current history

Microcurrent has been used for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians used catfish. In 46 A.D. Dr. Largus used the black torpedo fish to treat gout. In 1745 the Leyden Jar was developed as a capacitor and in 1919 the Electreat was used similarly to a TENS unit. A recent pioneer in the field was Dr. Thomas Wing. He developed the Acu-O-Matic device in 1970. Things have continued to develop since that time to the current devices that are available. In…

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Toxoplasma Infection Increases Risk Of Schizophrenia

Science Daily (Jan. 16, 2008) — Findings from what is believed to be the largest comparison of blood samples collected from healthy individuals and people with schizophrenia suggest that infection with the common Toxoplasma gondii parasite, carried by cats and farm animals, may increase the risk of schizophrenia. History The protozoan was first discovered by Nicolle & Manceaux, who in 1908 isolated it from the African rodent Ctenodactylusgundi, then in 1909 differentiated the disease from Leishmania and named it Toxoplasma…

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Dr. Clark’s Parasite Pictures

These are actual pictures - Not microscope images. Images of parasites from recent American patients of Hulda Clark, Ph.D. Dr. Clark has found the Liver Cleanse is the best way to get the parasites out undamaged enough so they can be identified. Disintegrated tapeworm looks like a pile of porridge, grey or beige, slightly rubbery. Dark spots are debris.   More growing larval stages of Macra, snow white.   Three 2-cm buski’s appeared after a liver cleanse, flattened and dehydrated…

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Why We are Losing our War on Cancer

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]– Fortune Magazine This was one of Dr. Clark’s favorite articles on cancer research[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/4"][vc_single_image image="2292" img_size="full" alignment="center"][/vc_column][vc_column width="3/4"][vc_column_text]Scientific Problem Cancer is a group of over 100 diseases and unlike normal cells, the cells in cancers change the three-billion-letter DNA code when they replicate. This is a major obstacle. Download a copy of Why we’re Losing The War On Cancer and How to Win It! PDF We are not winning the war on cancer War on Cancer In 1971 Nixon…

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Pathfinders

Dr. Hulda Clark’s View on Cancer Research Based on conversations with her in 2008 and research she recommended "Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities." -Albert Einstein In every field, new pathways are typically forged by those who dare to think outside the box. The medical field is no exception. In medicine, practically every new idea, every new theory, every new method of healing has come not from mainstream medicine, but rather from outside the stifling confines of…

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Parasites Articles

Pathfinders Dr. Hulda Clark’s View on Cancer Research Based on conversations with her in 2008 and research she recommended "Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocrities." -Albert Einstein In every field, new pathways are typically forged by those who dare to think outside the box. The medical field is no exception. In medicine, practically every new idea, every new theory, every new method of healing has come not from mainstream medicine, but rather from outside the stifling confines…

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First Blog Post

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Parasites Turn Women into Sex Kittens

By Jane Bunce A COMMON parasite can increase a women’s attractiveness to the opposite sex but also make men more stupid, an Australian researcher says. About 40 percent of the world’s population is infected with Toxoplasma gondii, including about eight million Australians. Human infection generally occurs when people eat raw or undercooked meat that has cysts containing the parasite, or accidentally ingest some of the parasite’s eggs excreted by an infected cat. The parasite is known to be dangerous to…

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