8 Examples to Show How Big Pharma Cares More about Profits than People

Big Pharma profits…

Big Pharma, Big Pharma profits, corporate greed, FDA, opioid addiction, painkiller drug addiction, Kratom, cannabidiol, cannabis, Paul A Philips

-By Paul A Philips

From time to time, the alternative health media publishes an article serving as a scathing exposé, revealing some of Big Pharma’s dirty tricks used to maintain or increase its profit margin. Quite simply, each and every exposé shows capitalism at its ugliest. As a consequence, patients affected may end up broke, permanently sick, sicker, or even dead. How low will Big Pharma stoop in its lust for profits?

-As an insight, and with a view towards protecting yourself, not becoming a victim of corporate greed, here are 8 examples to show how Big Pharma cares more about profits than people… see more


5 Pyramids of the Ancient World that You May Not Have Heard About

Forbidden history, suppressed knowledge, new paradigm, alternative archaeology, ancient origins, ancient history, alternative news, pyramids, ancient world-by April Holloway, Ancient-Origins.net

The Great Pyramid of Giza is undoubtedly one of the most well-known icons of the ancient world.

But thousands of other pyramids exist, not just in Egypt, but across the entire globe, including Europe, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.

The reason why so many ancient civilizations, many of which had no contact with each other, were constructing pyramids at around the same time remains a bit of a mystery.

Nevertheless, many of these impressive monuments remain as legacies of these rich, ancient cultures. Here, we look at 5 little-known pyramids from the ancient world… see more

Broccoli does AMAZING things for digestive health and overall disease prevention

New paradigm, Cabbage, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, chemoprotective properties, natural health, diet nutrition, digestive health, anti-cancer food, gut health, Broccoli-by Dena Schmidt

Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and cabbage are well known for their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and chemoprotective properties. Now research out of Penn State University is showing that broccoli could bring dramatic benefits to digestive health and overall wellbeing.

For the study, one group of mice were fed a diet of around 15 percent broccoli – this is the equivalent of a human eating around 3.5 cups of broccoli per day. And, while this may seem like a lot, it does shrink down when cooked or an equivalent amount of the helpful compound ICZ can be obtained from a single cup of Brussels sprouts.
A control group was not fed any broccoli… see more

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