Author: Robert Olivia
Looking for a reason to exercise? How does cancer prevention and treatment sound?

 Author: Helen
Enjoy better health and experience the benefits of walking for fun and fitness. Here are four reasons you should consider walking, and seven helpful tips.

 Author: F. William Engdahl
The US launch of 59 US Tomahawk cruise missiles at 3:40 am Syrian time on April 7, allegedly aimed to destroy the Syrian Government Shayrat military air base, according to the letter US President Trump sent Congress, was done, “in the vital national security and foreign policy interests” of the United States, done “to degrade Assad’s ability to conduct chemical weapons attacks, and to dissuade the Syrian regime from using or proliferating chemical weapons.” The entire incident leaves huge strategic questions begging serious responsible answers.

 Author: Heather Callaghan, Editor
This is a true story. As crazy as it may seem, this actually happened. A vegan mother who chose not to vaccinate, based on animal-based vaccine ingredients, was ordered by the UK High Court recently to have her two sons vaccinated.

 Author: Amanda Froelich
All electric, presumably self-driving and gargantuan in size, it could make cargo transportation safer and less detrimental to the environment.

 Author: Andre Vltchek
As the US Tomahawk missiles were raining on Syria, the entire Middle East was shaken to its core. Here, even the name itself – Syria – triggers extremely complex and often contradictory sets of emotions. To some, Syria is synonymous with pride and a determined struggle against Western imperialism, while others see it as an uncomfortable reminder of how low their own rulers and societies have managed to sink, serving foreign interests and various neo-colonialist designs.

 Author: James Corbett, International Forecaster
It may have arrived with little fanfare, but Russia’s SWIFT alternative has, more or less, arrived. Speaking in no uncertain terms at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin late last month, Elvira Nabiullina, the Governor of Russia’s central bank, stated: “We have finished working on our own payment system, and if something happens, all operations in SWIFT format will work inside the country. We have created an alternative.”

 Author: Health Tips Now
Whether you work indoors or live in a city, you are probably not as often in nature as people generations before you were. Today, the majority of people live in congested and busy cities. Even those who live in the countryside or small towns often have an office work and spend their work hours inside air-conditioned buildings. Getting out of the city and going into nature benefits both your physical and mental health.

 Author: Matt Agorist
Those who follow the scandals of the pharmaceutical industry closely, and who have a knack for understanding their economics via the state-created monopolies granted to these companies, know the power these most unscrupulous companies often wield. We’ve seen companies use the power of the state to grant themselves monopolies on decades-old drugs, and, in turn, spike the prices to astronomical levels. However, we’ve never heard of an instance of pharmaceutical companies deliberately destroying life-saving products to force the state to raise the price of its drugs — until now.

 Author: Dubious Anonymous
In late February 2017, Senator Pauline Hanson created quite a storm by suggesting that parents should do their own research and make their own decisions about vaccinations. This comment sounded rather innocuous as, after all we do live in a society which respects the right of the individual and insists on informed consent for all medical decisions (Good Medical Practice, The AMA Code of Conduct Item 2.3).

 Author: Brandon Turbeville
Days after pushing the patience of the world with its missile attack on the al-Sha’aryat airbase, America’s puppet troops committed yet another atrocity that is provoking international attention. While the justification provided by the United States missile attack was a highly questionable gas attack (which all the evidence points toward being the handiwork of Western-backed terrorists), the recent incident involves an attack on several buses leaving government-held towns of Kefraya and Foah.

 Author: Matt Agorist
All too often, the American citizens and the rest of the world at large put so much faith in mainstream media that they are led into dangerous and deadly situations — based entirely on lies. One glaring and extremely relevant instance is how the corporate media became a parroting organization for the lies leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

 Author: Carey Wedler
It is widely known that the U.S.-led NATO intervention to topple Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 resulted in a power vacuum that has allowed terror groups like ISIS to gain a foothold in the country.

 Author: Karen Foster
How people describe both positive and negative events in their lives influences their perception of their own life. When scientists began tracking the health of 268 Harvard sophomores in 1938 during the Great Depression, they hoped the longitudinal study would reveal clues to leading healthy and happy lives. They got more than they wanted.