Mammograms are one of the biggest scams in the medical community, with study after study showing that they don’t improve survival. There is a safer, more accurate alternative.
Millions of Americans take proton pump inhibitors for heartburn relief. But new research shows these meds could be setting you up for a deadly infection.
For years it was one of the Soviet Union’s greatest secrets — a natural substance that fights again, fatigue, brain fog, and even cancer. But now it has come to America, and we’ll show you how to get your hands on it in this special report.
Imagine never having to worry about memory loss… or even cancer… again. In this issue, Dr. Richard Gerhauser shows you a dementia-reversing protocol he uses with his own patients (and that requires NO prescription drugs). He also introduces you to a revolutionary new prostate cancer treatment with a 90% success rate, and a “crystal ball” test that predicts how long you’ll live.
What makes the new editor of Natural Health Response so special? Learn about Dr. Richard Gerhauser’s amazing medical journey, and how he’s helping countless seniors beat Alzheimer’s, diabetes, chronic pain, heart disease, cancer, and so much more.
Depression is becoming an epidemic worldwide -- and nobody wants to talk about the real cause. Here’s the problem, and how to lose those blues for good.
Is your doc suggesting that you replace that aching, arthritic knee? Get the facts on this risky surgery before EVER agreeing to go under the knife.
For 40 years, the mainstream has tried to keep a powerful cancer treatment underground. But it could save your life… or the life of someone you love.
If you’re getting up several times a night to pee, you may have been prescribed a common drug for the problem. But this “wonder pill” could send your risk of dementia through the roof. Get the facts!
Type 2 diabetes is curable, however conventional medicine refuses to recognize this fact. It treats the disease as chronic and progressive, and physicians are only trained to address symptoms and slow complications — not cure. But Eric Westman, MD, is not your typical physician…