Judge Andrew Napolitano, a devout Roman Catholic, delivered a scorching rebuke of Pope Francis, labeling him as a “false prophet” for promoting “the political agenda of the atheistic left,” and for “leading his flock to a dangerous place,” a place “where there is more central planning and less personal liberty,” instead of focusing on matters of spirituality and morality — conditions of the heart.
In a scathing opinion piece on FOXNews.com, written just prior to the Pope’s speech to America before Congress, Judge Napolitano, a strong proponent of individual liberty and individual rights, prophetically predicted that the Pope’s speech would be short on spiritual matters and long on anti-capitalism, pro-communism rhetoric
Read more at http://politistick.com/devout-catholic-judge-napolitano-blasts-marxist-pope-as-a-false-prophet-heres-why/
Poor blood circulation is associated with heart attacks, strokes and blindness.
Dr James May, from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, Tennessee, says the research team believes vitamin C could also be a valuable tool in the fight against diabetes which is caused by insulin problems.
Dr May said his data highlighted how vitamin C helped blood flow so it is distributed to meet the demands of different tissues.
The study, published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, focused on the endothelium, a thin layer of simple cells that line the interior surface of our circulatory system which is weakened by inflammation.
(NaturalNews) So many young girls are experiencing horrific health breakdowns following vaccination with the Gardasil shot for human papillomavirus (HPV) that the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has announced plans to conduct a thorough safety review of the controversial vaccine.
Following the recent airing of a documentary in Denmark pointing out the wave of health effects associated with Gardasil, European authorities are apparently rethinking the administration of this jab, which appears to cause permanent health damage in many of those who receive it.
As reported by Denmark’s The Local, the EMA is pursuing additional review of Gardasil to “further clarify aspects of [the vaccine’s] safety profile.” This was prompted by the Danish Health and Medicines Authority (Sundhedsstyrelsen), which has been tracking girls who’ve been injured following administration of Gardasil.
According to the EMA, some 72 million young women have been vaccinated with Gardasil since it was first introduced in Europe in 2006. Many of these young women have reported side effects ranging from seizures and fainting to heart problems and chronic fatigue.