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  • A serious data breach has been identified in the UK after it was found that at least 20 NHS trusts have been sharing personal details related to patients medical conditions, treatments etc with Facebook without their consent. The data was collected by the Meta Pixel tracking cookie. Of the 20 trusts, 17 have now removed the tool from their websites. The value of health data has climbed exponentially in recent years. Just one reason why Big Pharma is doing all it can to pressure the UK government into giving it access to all patient data.

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  • Having purpose in life, good stress management, exercising regularly, learning new skills, spending time in nature along with eating a nutritious diet are amongst the top 53 factors associated with healthy ageing according to the results of a new survey carried out by the Mckinsey Health Institute
  • Taking multivitamins daily improves memory as we age. Results from the COSMOS-Web trial, published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found people over the age of 60, who took a daily multivitamin supplement had significantly better memory than those taking a placebo
  • Yet more research adds to evidence showing the detrimental health effects of ultra-processed foods (UPFs). This time a new study published in Nutrients determines the impact of UPF consumption on the mental health of children aged 13-18. The study shows a direct association between high consumption of UPFs, emotional upset, behavioural issues and low mood. The association of UPF consumption affected more boys than girls
  • In an effort to dodge sugar taxes and reduce the amount of sugar consumed, manufacturers are switching to the use of non-nutritive sweeteners (NNSs), particularly in drinks. A recent study published in Nutrients adds to the increasing amount of evidence of the harms of NNSs after it found that even a small intake of NNSs can affect the way DNA in immune cells in the blood replicate
  • A very low carbohydrate (VLCD) is a more effective intervention in those with significant metabolic disorders and comorbidities than the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet, a relatively higher carb diet according to a new study published in the Annals of Family Medicine.

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  • Two new papers, the first published in Pediatric Clinics of North America, discussing childhood vaccines in general, and the second published in Pediatrics, on the topic of HPV vaccine, discuss the very real and growing trend of parents in the US questioning the safety of vaccines as health authorities seek to increase vaccination rates and close down discussion around health concerns related to childhood vaccines.

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  • A fascinating new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience found the way we breathe has a direct effect on our brain health and our ability to remember things. When we breathe through our noses it creates electrical activity in our brain that helps to enhance our ability to recall things and manage our emotions. Being aware of our breath and taking time to focus on how we breath improves our ability to thrive, perform well and live a more healthy existence.

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  • Pro-fluoride researchers deliberately left out data from a key study, showing fluoride exposure leads to neurodevelopmental damage in children, in an effort to prevent the release of the upcoming National Toxicology Program’s (NTP) review of the issue. When data showed the harms of fluoride to the development of children’s brains, the researchers removed it in order to hide the association. The Fluoride Action Network has the full story of a clear attempt to misuse the scientific process in order to promote a required narrative that would propagate harm to children
  • Industry experts are rushing to the defence of Ashwaghanda supplements following news of Denmark’s ban, which other countries were considering following. Once again regulators are relying on a report using flawed science to support the attacks on the herbal supplements relied on by many consumers. Some of the studies included in the report, that drew attention to concerns, were performed on the leaves and stems of Ashwaghanda, however supplements use the roots and extracts from the roots, which have a completely different composition.

News from ANH-USA

  • Dr Ronald Hoffman shares news of recent studies looking at links between poor diet, the consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks and type 2 diabetes. Read more…
  • The advent of mRNA covid ‘vaccines’ has flung open the door to developing mRNA jabs for use in animals that will ultimately enter the human food chain. Of course, the development and use of such technology, which is as far removed from standard vaccines as possible, lacks transparency and oversight. An essential requirement given the lack of knowledge around the effects of such biotechnology on both human and animal health. Get the low down from the ANH-USA team…

Covid News

  • Doctors across Brazil and Latin America chose to save lives during the covid crisis using a range of unapproved treatments. These brave doctors have now been prosecuted for using unapproved medicines to save lives. As a result Médicos Pela Vida, Vitamedic Indústria Farmacêutica, Centro Educacional Alves Faria and Grupo José Alves have been fined R$55 million. The case is currently being appealed. Dr George Fareed discusses the prosecution and subsequent fine during a recent livestream as part of The America Project
  • The development of chatbots designed to improve the uptake of covid jabs is revealed in a new study published in Nature. Igor Chudov’s curiosity was piqued when he saw the word, sustainability, leading him to check out the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which he reveals spent over $6 million on the development of ‘hybrid advising vaccine chatbots’. Interestingly, the study reveals that far from increasing jab uptake, the chatbots turned people away, particularly when they were more highly educated. Igor has more on his Substack
  • Collateral damage from the response to the coronavirus crisis was considered “…substantial, wide-ranging and will leave behind a legacy of harm for hundreds of millions of people in the years ahead”, according to a new preprint study, which analyses 600 publications focusing on the harms of the pandemic response
  • Both the UK and Australian governments are refusing to investigate the causes of higher than expected excess deaths in both countries, despite continued concerns being raised by members of the individual parliaments
  • Meanwhile, a German paper published in Cureus, points the finger of blame for increased excess deaths in Germany firmly at the covid jab programme as it concludes, “…something must have happened in spring 2021 that led to a sudden and sustained increase in mortality…"
  • Newly released data, following a Freedom of Information Request, from the Israeli Ministry of Health suggests no healthy adults, without underlying health issues, under the age of 50 died due to covid. The MOH continues to emphasise the efficacy of covid injections and cautions that the data released only contains partial information about underlying health conditions. The Epoch Times has more
  • BBC Verify is a new initiative from the BBC designed to combat ‘misinformation’ as part of its ongoing work to censor those who disagree and voice opinions other than those that are officially approved. BBC Verify is described as a way to show how its journalists investigate, source and verify the information it’s fact-checking and censoring
  • A surge in the development or worsening of inflammatory and autoimmune skin conditions following covid injections has been identified by a new meta-analysis published in the Journal of the German Society of Dermatology
  • New York state announced its intention to revoke its covid vaccine mandate for healthcare workers minutes before the start of a court case challenging the mandate. The Defender has the full story
  • A Freedom of Information data release reveals the Australian government colluded with social media companies to censor covid related content during the coronavirus crisis
  • PANDA has written to The Lancet calling for a modelling paper that concluded that the covid jabs prevented 14.4 millions deaths from covid across 185 countries, be withdrawn due to flawed modelling  Such flaws created a serious overestimation of the number of lives supposedly saved by covid jabs
  • Google has announced a ‘multi-year’ collaboration with the World Health Organization to combat health misinformation including $50m in ad grants. The collaboration also includes tools to allow developers to create healthcare apps to share approved information. The WHO seeks to further standardise health related information and reduce people’s ability to question the information they're being fed
  • Twitter has said it will no longer comply with the EU Voluntary Code of Practice against disinformation. However, such threats are hollow because the Code of Practice is no longer voluntary after the EU’s Digital Service Act was passed into law, requiring Very Large Online Platforms (VLOPs) such as Twitter to comply with its censorship requirements. In the meantime, Twitter appears to continue the practice of limiting accounts considered to be sharing misinformation
  • Despite concerns over the efficacy of Paxlovid as a treatment for covid and rebound infections following its use, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has seen fit to officially approve its use to treat covid infections in adults
  • A newly published paper in Vaccines adds more grist to the mill to support claimed that repeated covid mRNA injections may cause autoimmune disease, promote cancer development and growth and autoimmune myocarditis in susceptible individuals. Jessica Rose PhD digs into the paper to highlight its key findings
  • A second paper published in Biochemie discusses the ability of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its associated proteins to cause cancer. The authors are, however, careful not to discuss the propensity of spike proteins produced as a result of covid injections to trigger the development of cancer
  • The European Commission is financing four separate EU wide projects as part of efforts to bring a European Digital Identity (EUDI) wallet into being. The wallet will be used across a range of areas including travel, health, banking and education to allow EU citizens to use smartphones to identify themselves digitally
  • The Health Advisory & Recovery Team (HART) shares an unpublished Rapid Response to a recent article published in The BMJ discussing the study of misinformation and vaccine hesitancy on social media. In her Response, Dr Ros Jones, turns the tables, suggesting it would be better to focus on the way studies used to ‘test’ vaccines are carried out, rather than trying to label and smear those who continue to question ‘the science’.


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