Over the time of my mentorship with Nick Gonzalez, I tried to capture the pearls that fell from his mouth. Here is a sampling. May his genius live on.
By Bretigne Shaffer This article first appeared on LewRockwell.com. Earlier this year I spent a few days at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center with my daughter who was having an EEG done. On our way home, I learned that there had been an outbreak of an antibiotic-resistant bacteria while we were there, that it
Distinguished Members of the California Senate Committee, The argument of forcing a parent to vaccinate their child in the name of the “greater good argument” is flawed both scientifically and ethically. First, all drugs are associated with some risks of adverse reactions. Because vaccines represent a special category of drugs which are by and large given to healthy individuals,
The New Gardasil I believe in living life with no regrets. When we make decisions from a place of authenticity, when we listen to our inner compass for guidance, check our fear, then we have done the best that we could have done. If it ends up being a mistake, then look at that as
By Kelly Brogan, MD, and Sayer Ji, Greenmedinfo.com A new study finds the chemical war against cholesterol using statin drugs was justified through statistical deception and the cover up of over 300 adverse health effects documented in the biomedical literature. Better safe than sorry, right? This is the logic that defines the grasp that the pharmaceutical