Category: Health/Nutrition

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Which is Worse: Mosquitoes Or Nerve Poison?


This program examines the turbulent 1960s as the nation moves into the 21st Century. The events of that era are chronicled through archival footage and rare interviews with the leaders of that period. (2219)

Is Unconscious Racism as a Killer?


A new study by a Congressional research institute suggests that the race gap in medicine may be a serious issue because unconscious racism among doctors could be a cause of death among Blacks – even when their incomes...

Do Pollutants & Parasites Cause All Disease?


Do pollutants and/or parasites, working in tandem in the body, cause all disease? According to Dr. Hulda Clark, author of The Cure For All Diseases, the normal suspects (lack of exercise, vitamin deficiencies, hormone...

Is Black-Only Good Science?


A recent decision by the Federal Drug Administration to approve a prescription drug for self-identified Blacks has been met with mixed reviews.  While some established medical organizations approve of the drug’s use, ...

Self-Health: Heart Disease, Cancer, Stroke, Lung Disease and Diabetes


Dr. Hulda Clark examines the first five leading causes of death in the United States. In this rare interview, Dr. Clark shares her research into a link between parasites, bacteria, metal and pollutants to heart diseas...

Is Race Medicine Good Medicine?


A racially-targeted drug that reduces death from heart disease among African-Americans has stirred a controversy that questions the effectiveness of the drug. However, this race-based medicine has arrived in a society...

A Message to Arthur Ashe and Magic Johnson


The lives of two of America’s most famous athletes, Arthur Ashe and Magic Johnson, are now being threatened by one of the deadliest diseases ever known.  Can they be successfully treated for what is currently being ca...

Is Cleanliness Next To Good Health?


Scientist Ken Seaton believes that statistics showing an increase in the disparities between the health of the affluent and the poor, such as life expectancy, cancer and diabetes, are due largely to hygiene.  He says ...