Exciting new breakthrough could lead to a cure for multiple sclerosis

(Natural News) A recent study published in the Journal of Neuroinflammation revealed a mechanism that may one day help identify the root cause of multiple sclerosis, and develop long-overdue treatments for the disease. As part of the study, a team of international researchers from the University of Exeter in the U.K. and the University of Alberta in Canada examined brain…

Do you have optimum health? Nutritionist shares information about essential minerals and how to know if you’re deficient

(Natural News) Having bouts of exhaustion and a constant feeling of being under the weather may speak of a mineral deficiency, says BioCare Clinical nutritionist Marta Anhelush in a Daily Mail article. According to the nutrition expert, modern food processing and depleted soil nutrients may play a crucial role in what appears to be a chain reaction…

The Jewish Family Making Billions From the Opioid Crisis

By Aiden Pink | 17 October 2017

FORWARD — If you’ve ever been to a famous art museum or glanced around a prestigious university, you’ve probably seen a wing or building named after a member of the Sackler family. But many may not know that the family’s fortune comes from selling pharmaceuticals—most notably OxyContin, the addictive painkiller at the center of America’s opioid epidemic.

A new profile in Esquire chronicles the life and business practices of Arthur, Mortimer and Raymond Sackler, three brothers from a Jewish immigrant family who built a medical empire. Their descendants privately own Purdue Pharma, which was instrumental in using lobbying and advanced marketing techniques to convince doctors of the need to manage patients’ pain — and then prescribe OxyContin to manage it. […]