The Cure – Unsung Hero: Ignaz Semmelweis

In 1847 the death rate among pregnant women in the obstetric clinics of Vienna was very high. Puerperal fever, an infection of the female reproductive organs that can occur following childbirth, was a common cause of death and seen by doctors as almost impossible to prevent. After studying the problem, Viennese physician Ignaz Semmelweis realized that doctors and medical students were moving straight from dissecting corpses to examining women who had just given birth. He concluded that they were carrying “cadaverous particles” and ordered them to wash their hands with chlorinated lime solution before every examination. Almost immediately, the mortality rate fell from 18 percent to 1 percent.

You might imagine that after this medical breakthrough Semmelweis would be celebrated and treated as a hero. But you’d be wrong. His findings were largely either ignored, rejected, or ridiculed. Only after his death was his discovery eventually implemented into standard medical practice.

This story reminds us that life-saving medical breakthroughs have long been ignored, rejected and ridiculed by the medical orthodoxy. This pattern continues today with its attacks on Dr. Matthias Rath’s Cellular Medicine approach.

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Linus Pauling Preventing Illnesses and Diseases with Vitamin C

This video features two-time Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling talking about preventing illness and disease with vitamin C.

If you enjoy watching this short piece of film you can find additional Linus Pauling videos on our Movement of Life website here, here and here.

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Neurotransmitters

The human brain consists of billions of neurons, specialized cells that communicate with each other.

This humorous short video explains the roles played by neurotransmitters, small molecules that transmit signals from one neuron to another.

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Depression and Magnesium

In this video, Dr. Caroline Dean, a medical doctor and naturopath, explains how a person who is under stress without ample levels of magnesium can become depleted and deficient in this vital mineral. If not remedied, this can cause depression and other health issues.

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ICU nurses discuss vitamin C therapy for sepsis

In this video, ICU nurses discuss the remarkable results they have witnessed when a combination of vitamin C, steroids and other vitamins, is used to treat sepsis, a life-threatening complication that can arise from infections. As the nurses describe, the treatment has proved to be so effective that patients improve within 12 hours and go on to make full recoveries.

To read about a study using hydrocortisone, vitamin C, and thiamine (vitamin B1) for the treatment of severe sepsis and septic shock, visit the US National Library of Medicine’s PubMed website.

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Preventing malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies in Nigeria

Celia Penny Moses-Nagbiku is the president of the CeliaPenny Foundation and a coordinator for the Movement of Life in Nigeria. In this short video she summarizes the work she is doing towards preventing malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies in Nigeria.

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Improving health and saving lives using natural approaches in Uganda

Gyavira Mwesige is the coordinator for the Movement of Life in Uganda. In this short video he summarizes the work he and his team are doing in their country to improve health and save lives using natural approaches.

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The U.S. Consumes Nearly All Opioids In The World

Claiming thousands of lives in the U.S., the drug crisis has grown out of control. So just how did America’s opioid epidemic get so bad?

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My First Steps After Refusing Chemo – Chris Wark

In this video, cancer researcher Ty Bollinger speaks with Chris Wark, cancer survivor, coach, and advocate. Chris shares how his family reacted after his decision to refuse chemo and what his first steps were after his decision.

To learn about natural approaches to the treatment of cancer that have been scientifically shown to block all key mechanisms that make it a deadly disease, watch Ty Bollinger’s ‘Truth About Cancer’ interview with Dr. Rath and Dr. Niedzwiecki.

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Cucumber by Macka B

Macka B is a reggae singer and songwriter who is renowned for his conscious lyrics and social commentary. In this short video, he raps about the health benefits of the cucumber.

‘CUCUMBER’ lyrics:
Cucumber, Cucumber. Vitamins, minerals, very high number. Silica, hair and nails get longer. Other vitamins make your bones them stronger. Anti-wrinkle, make you look younger. Ninety-five percent water, kidney cleanser, great hydrator. Detox, fiber, good regulator. Give your body good things, don’t be a traitor. Get the Cucumber, cut it inna slice. Put it in a jug of water overnight. You know what you get for a fraction of the price, energy drink full of electrolytes. Raw in salad is one of the use. As a base for your vegetable juice. Another surprise, put a slice on your eyes. Take away the dryness, revitalize. Oh yes, one thing I have left. Cucumber can also help with bad breath. Wash away the bacteria that cause the odor. Cucumber water instead of soda.

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