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Question the Injection: What to Know of Genetics and Vaccination Today By Kirstin Beatty
eBook (ePub): $10.00
Written clearly for the public in the style of a fact sheet, this begins with traditional illness and fever management as supported by modern research. Vaccine risks including disease transmission... More > and autoimmunity are clarified, including heightened risks and options for genetic testing. Genetic and individual markers indicating heightened risk of adverse events are provided, alongside information on adverse event reporting and the federally-funded vaccination court. Finally, a short review is provided of methods for allaying adverse reactions and supporting health. Over 200 citations back an overview of individual vaccination risks rarely discussed in the doctor's office and omitted on CDC fact sheets. Primary sources are from the FDA, attorney general's office, Merck, and numerous research journals. As an overview with APA-style citations for further research, this booklet is suitable for doctor's offices and nearly everyone.< Less
Question the Injection: What to Know of Genetics and Vaccination Today By Kirstin Beatty
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Written clearly for the public in the style of a fact sheet, this begins with traditional illness and fever management as supported by modern research. Vaccine risks including disease transmission... More > and autoimmunity are clarified, including heightened risks and options for genetic testing. Genetic and individual markers indicating heightened risk of adverse events are provided, alongside information on adverse event reporting and the federally-funded vaccination court. Finally, a short review is provided of methods for allaying adverse reactions and supporting health. Over 200 citations back an overview of individual vaccination risks rarely discussed in the doctor's office and omitted on CDC fact sheets. Primary sources include the FDA, attorney general's office, Merck, and numerous research journals. As an overview with APA-style citations for further research, this booklet is suitable for doctor's offices and nearly everyone. A brief excerpt is available for preview when viewing the ebook.< Less
Exposing the Dangers and True Motivations of Conventional Medicine: A Summary of the Most Commonly Misdiagnosed Illnesses of Modern Medicine By Dr. Kevin Ford
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Americans often feel frustrated, insignificant, and powerless when it comes to getting the medical care they need. To make matters worse, we’re living in a world saturated by pesticides,... More > herbicides, chemicals, genetically modified and chemically enhanced foods, and invisible electromagnetic threats from technological devices. Dr. Kevin Ford exposes the fallacies and hypocrisies behind conventional medicine today while also providing new directions for improved health care. He provides insights to help you: augment well-being and deter illness; reclaim power over your own health and wellness; avoid and minimize exposure to potential health threats benefit from natural dietary, detoxification, and other therapies. Conventional medical doctors routinely risk losing their license if they prescribe safe and natural treatments to help patients regain their health. Dr. Ford reveals why they should be using natural treatments to help all age groups.< Less
The “People Power” Disability-Serious Illness-Senior Citizen Superbook (Book 1. Disability Basics 1) By Tony Kelbrat
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Everybody has disabled people somewhere in their family tree. Lots of people are born disabled due to genetic reasons or as the result of pregnancy complications. People get injured or acquire... More > debilitating diseases at some point in life. I've lived with both, a disabled relative and serious injuries of my own. The thing is that the world goes on. It doesn't slow down or stop just because someone is disabled. We can do so much politically and the rest we have to do on our own to fit into the world somehow in a useful, productive way to get the money we want to buy the things that will help us survive and enjoy our lives more. The best thing I ever saw about disabilities was the 1940s movie called Shaggy Bush which was a movie about a family going through ups and downs. There was a bit in there where the mother said her daughter's disability didn't mean she was doomed. It just meant that she would still do what she felt in her spirit with her life with this extra nuisance to deal with.< Less
The “People Power” Disability/ Illness/ Senior Citizen Superbook (14 Books to Help With Challenges, Aging & Death) Books 8 to 14 By Tony Kelbrat
eBook (ePub): $4.00
Everybody has disabled people somewhere in their family tree. Lots of people are born disabled due to genetic reasons or as the result of pregnancy complications. People get injured or acquire... More > debilitating diseases at some point in life. I've lived with both, a disabled relative and serious injuries of my own. The thing is that the world goes on. It doesn't slow down or stop just because someone is disabled. We can do so much politically and the rest we have to do on our own to fit into the world somehow in a useful, productive way to get the money we want to buy the things that will help us survive and enjoy our lives more. The best thing I ever saw about disabilities was the 1940s movie called Shaggy Bush which was a movie about a family going through ups and downs. There was a bit in there where the mother said her daughter's disability didn't mean she was doomed. It just meant that she would still do what she felt in her spirit with her life with this extra nuisance to deal with.< Less
The “People Power” Disability/ Illness/ Senior Citizen Superbook (14 Books to Help With Challenges, Aging & Death) Books 1 to 7 By Tony Kelbrat
eBook (ePub): $7.00
Everybody has disabled people somewhere in their family tree. Lots of people are born disabled due to genetic reasons or as the result of pregnancy complications. People get injured or acquire... More > debilitating diseases at some point in life. I've lived with both, a disabled relative and serious injuries of my own. The thing is that the world goes on. It doesn't slow down or stop just because someone is disabled. We can do so much politically and the rest we have to do on our own to fit into the world somehow in a useful, productive way to get the money we want to buy the things that will help us survive and enjoy our lives more. The best thing I ever saw about disabilities was the 1940s movie called Shaggy Bush which was a movie about a family going through ups and downs. There was a bit in there where the mother said her daughter's disability didn't mean she was doomed. It just meant that she would still do what she felt in her spirit with her life with this extra nuisance to deal with.< Less
The “People Power” Disability-Serious Illness-Senior Citizen Superbook Book 3. Disability in the Family (Parents & Children) By Tony Kelbrat
eBook (ePub): $3.30
Everybody has disabled people somewhere in their family tree. Lots of people are born disabled due to genetic reasons or as the result of pregnancy complications. People get injured or acquire... More > debilitating diseases at some point in life. I've lived with both, a disabled relative and serious injuries of my own. The thing is that the world goes on. It doesn't slow down or stop just because someone is disabled. We can do so much politically and the rest we have to do on our own to fit into the world somehow in a useful, productive way to get the money we want to buy the things that will help us survive and enjoy our lives more. The best thing I ever saw about disabilities was the 1940s movie called Shaggy Bush which was a movie about a family going through ups and downs. There was a bit in there where the mother said her daughter's disability didn't mean she was doomed. It just meant that she would still do what she felt in her spirit with her life with this extra nuisance to deal with.< Less
The "People Power" Disability - Serious Illness - Senior Citizen Superbook: Book 6. Special Education 1 (Mentally & Physically Disabled Children At School, Autism) By Tony Kelbrat
eBook (ePub): $3.60
There are several ways to have a limited ability to think: Born that way by genetics as with Down's Syndrome. Born that way by mother's bad habits as with fetal alcohol syndrome. Get hit in the... More > head, traumatic brain injury, concussion. Stress of life. Substance abuse, prescription drugs that alter brain chemistry Chemicals in ordinary objects like aspartame, lead, mercury, etc. Electro-magnetic waves Self-delusion, people get depressed, think too much, etc. My main purposes in writing this book are: To find all the conventional knowledge about mental challenges as I could and centralize it here. It is evident when a child is born with down syndrome or his or her performance seems slower than normal but everything else is someone's opinion as with autism spectrum disorders and learning disabilities. People who diagnose these so-called disorders have no specific test that can with certainty say they have this disorder therefore need this drug.< Less
GAO, Book 1 of the Carthage Chronicles By Ferenc Lantay-Lefkovich
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Humanity has skated close to the edge of extinction on only two occasions. Once before, in the early 21st century A.D on Mother Earth, and now in the present. We are again at the edge of a precipice.... More > A limitless abyss of nothing wherein the river of History might be sublimated to a cloud of ice crystals by the absolute indifference of Space - a beautiful piss-cloud from spaceship Earth evacating it's toilet - drifting as naught but loose elements in a cold universe. How has this come to be? Simple. Through the charismatic love of a GAO called Borbar. Borbar loved the Gao. And they him. In retrospect the Gao had everything while the State had nothing. When it came to combat the Federation was ill prepared. It had only weapons while Gao had faith. To Gao it mattered little whether they died, only that they were dying for love. It is on such intangibles that great events turn, and turn they did....< Less
GAO, Book 1 of the Carthage Chronicles By Ferenc Lantay-Lefkovich
eBook (PDF): $9.00
Humanity has skated close to the edge of extinction on only two occasions. Once before, in the early 21st century A.D on Mother Earth, and now in the present. We are again at the edge of a precipice.... More > A limitless abyss of nothing wherein the river of History might be sublimated to a cloud of ice crystals by the absolute indifference of Space - a beautiful piss-cloud from spaceship Earth evacating it's toilet - drifting as naught but loose elements in a cold universe. How has this come to be? Simple. Through the charismatic love of a GAO called Borbar. Borbar loved the Gao. And they him. In retrospect the Gao had everything while the State had nothing. When it came to combat the Federation was ill prepared. It had only weapons while Gao had faith. To Gao it mattered little whether they died, only that they were dying for love. It is on such intangibles that great events turn, and turn they did....< Less