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What they do not want you to know about Aspirin & cells

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VNR with host Mike Cavalli

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Aspirin and other blood thinners have a problem.
They don’t actually thin blood! This Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Drug or NSAIDs like the many others merely inhibits the clotting of blood, it does not thin the blood
So if Aspirin does not thin blood, why take it, presumably because your Doc has told you that since you have a heart condition you need to prevent clotting, which, is what we actually need in order to heal lesions, your body’s natural healing response

WHO officially recognizes Mobile phones change the neurology of your brain
There are currently 5 billion mobile phone users worldwide and that figure is expected to continue rising steadily.

A Denmark retrospective cohort study in of the incidence of cancer in all 420,095 users of cellular telephones during the period of 1982 to 1995. Overall, 3391 cancers were found, with 3825 expected,