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EMF Dangers and EMF Effects on Health

EMFs (electromagnetic fields) can penetrate buildings and the human body. Today, everyone is exposed to man-made, artificial, EMFs from electrical power lines, radio and TV broadcast towers, cell phones and cell towers, tablets, baby monitors, surveillance devices, Wi-Fi routers, utility meters, and even satellites. These sources bombard us with both low frequency and high frequency radio waves.

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We are increasingly concerned about the myriad of EMFs we are exposed to every day. Radio frequency radiation produces biological effects at very low intensity levels. Damage does not require ionizing radiation to break molecular bonds. Significant biological effects occur at exposure levels much lower than current public safety levels.

Epigenetic changes that alter gene activation and expression are of increasing concern. Of particular interest is the effects EMFs have on young people, including the fetus, infant and young child.

Children exposed to electromagnetic radiation exhibit functional changes similar to autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Adolescents experience problems with memory, learning, attention, concentration, behavior problems and sleep quality.

What is Electromagnetic Radiation?

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Hydrogenated Water Helps Reduce Oxidative Stress

Hydrogenated water helps reduce the oxidative stress that accelerates aging. If you are interested in slowing aging, reducing inflammation, and protecting yourself from many diseases and medical conditions, hydrogen water may be the key to your success.

Free radicals and other reactive oxygen species (ROS) are the result of normal enzymatic and nonenzymatic reactions in the human body. For example, stress, inflammation and exercise can create free radicals.

Free radicals can also be generated because of external influences such as

  • Radiation
  • X-rays
  • Ozone
  • tobacco smoke
  • Exposure to ultraviolet rays
  • Air pollutants
  • Industrial chemicals

Oxidative stress due to excess free radicals progressively damage lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, RNA and DNA. This causes damage to cells and homeostatic disruption. The damage accumulates over time throughout the body.

Free radical damage is important because it manifests itself as disease and sickness. Free radical damage is associated with a number of conditions including premature aging, cancer, hypertension, heart diseases, stroke, arthritis, atherosclerosis, metabolic syndrome and diabetes.

Balance Between Reactive Oxygen Species and Antioxidants

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Rigvir ViroTherapy for Cancer Patients

Rigvir viral therapy was developed in Latvia and has seen success is treating cancer patients. It is a live non-pathogenic ECHO-7 virus which has an affinity for tumor cells. It replicates in the tumor cells and destroys them. Rigvir improves the survival rates in patients with cancer and improves their quality of life.

Rigvir is approved by the State Agency of Medicines of the Republic of Latvia. Rigvir is also approved in Uzbekistan, the Republic of Georgia, and Armenia. Tumor virotherapy (using a genetically engineered herpes simplex type 1–derived virus called talimogene laherparepvec) has recently been added as a cancer treatment tool in the USA.

Melanoma Cancer Cure With Virotherapy – Rigvir Virus

Rigvir Research

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Relief from Chronic Constipation How to Cure Chronic Constipation Permanently

Chronic constipation is usually a benign condition that affects about 20% of the world’s population, it is found more frequently in women and the elderly. Studies indicate from 12% to 27.2% of people in North American are afflicted with this condition.

Chronic constipation is characterized by 12 weeks in a year in which you experience difficult or infrequent passage of stool (less than 3 per week), hardness of stool, prolonged time to complete an evacuation, or feelings of incomplete evacuation.

Practically everyone experiences constipation at some point, but chronic constipation can cause serious difficulties including hemorrhoids, bleeding, fecal impaction, bowel perforation, incontinence and an overall decreased quality of life. Serious effects of chronic constipation include blood in the stool (hematochezia) and weight loss of 10 pounds or more.

Constipation may be caused by many factors including increased stress in life or a change in diet. However, that may be underlying organic disorders causing the constipation. Actual physical disorders may be diagnosed by tests or procedures such as a complete blood count, measuring serum calcium, thyroid function tests, flexible sigmoidoscopy, and a colonoscopy. Continue reading