Author - Soren Dreier


How 14 Opioid Addicts Suddenly Lost Their Memories

A week before his 23rd birthday, Max Meehan and his boyfriend went to a party at one of their favorite gay dive bars in the Back Bay of Boston. Max had a lot to drink. They danced until they were sweaty and smoked too many cigarettes. At some point, Max left the bar, met his dealer around...

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How to Treat HPV Naturally

There is no more prevalent sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the United States than genital human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to genital herpes, leaving many to wonder how to treat HPV naturally. It’s no wonder given just how staggering the numbers are. A recent survey found...

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Déjà vu – Solace Needed

The Dogs of War are at it again. In their craving for power they want Syria, North Korea, Russia, China. They want control of the world, and they are indeed a hungry pack. So how does this looming annihilation affect our children and grandchildren? Are they emotionally and spiritually...

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The Deadly Danger in Common Foods

We’ve all suffered from the occasional overindulgence, and most of us likely have a few dodgy oysters or shrimp canapes ruefully enshrined in our memory. But by and large, we eat pretty safely these days. While some thrill-seekers search for fugu – the Japanese pufferfish, which is...

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Health Benefits of Pomegranate Juice

it turns out pomegranate can have some very beneficial health effects, including lowering the blood pressure. Let’s take a look at the evidence: The evidence comes from a meta-analysis of eight randomized placebo controlled studies — and those are the gold standard in terms of...

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How a Near Death Experience Changed Easter

I’ve spent my life studying Christianity but never gave much thought to what Christ’s sacrifice meant to me—until my life was saved by an unmatchable act of generosity. Easter, as everyone knows, is a time that Christians reflect upon the death and resurrection of Jesus and its...

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There’s Another United Horror Story

The United horror stories keep coming out of the woodwork. After the internet exploded over a viral video showing a man being forcibly dragged from his seat on a United flight last weekend, another passenger has taken to Medium to share his horrible experience with the airline. Trey...

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North Korea and the Risks of Miscalculation

Not long after the United States Navy dispatched a carrier strike group in the direction of the Korean peninsula following a North Korean missile test last week, Pyongyang vowed to counter “the reckless act of aggression” and hinted at “catastrophic consequences.” The remarks came amid...

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Lorde’s Synesthesia Turns Colors into Music

Lorde — the 20-year-old singer and songwriter of the hits “Royals” and “Green Light” — has a rare neurological condition called synesthesia, and she said it helps her to write her wildly popular music. Between 1 percent and 4 percent of people have synesthesia, a...

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The Full Moon that Determines Easter

Likely you have already heard this from a friend, or perhaps you’ve even made this observation yourself: “Easter is coming late this year.” Have you ever wondered how the date of Easter is actually set? It is all based on the moon. The day to be observed as Easter was...

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Roberts – A Government of Morons

It has become embarrassing to be an American. Our country has had four war criminal presidents in succession. Clinton twice launched military attacks on Serbia, ordering NATO to bomb the former Yugoslavia twice, both in 1995 and in 1999, so that gives Bill two war crimes. George W. Bush...

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Trump Won’t Be Cancelling World War 3 After All

Mr Trump is a liar, a hypocrite and a fool On April 6th, 2017, on the 100 year anniversary of America’s entry into World War I, Donald Trump launched airstrikes against the Syrian government; in retaliation for a gas attack supposedly perpetrated by Assad. There was no investigation, not...

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Jeff Rense – Dark Days Ahead

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Flying the Bloody Skies

While the videos of security cops dragging a bloodied physician down the aisle of a United Airlines plane clearly shocked the millions of people who viewed them, my guess is that, at some level, it didn’t surprise them. Indeed, the reason the videos were so damaging to United—and at some...

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Ever Heard of Insys Therapeutics?

Insys Therapeutics makes a spray version of the powerful opiate fentanyl, which is many times stronger than morphine. The company pays speakers fees to doctors, some of whom have had their licenses suspended or face jail time for overprescribing the drug. In Connecticut, a nurse admitted...

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Indigenous People – The Watchers of the Earth

Shortly before 8am on 26 December 2004, the cicadas fell silent and the ground shook in dismay. The Moken, an isolated tribe on the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean, knew that the Laboon, the ‘wave that eats people’, had stirred from his ocean lair. The Moken also knew what was next: a...

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Vitamin E Benefits, Foods & Side Effects

What if I told you there was a vitamin that plays the role of antioxidant, preventing free radical damage to specific fats in the body that are critical for your health and naturally slowing aging? I’m talking about vitamin E, and believe it or not, vitamin E benefits don’t end there...

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US Drops ‘The Mother of All Bombs’ on Afghanistan

The US military has used its GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), nicknamed “the mother of all bombs,” for the first time in combat. The US Air Force used it in Afghanistan to target Islamic State tunnels and personnel. The 21,000-pound (9,525 kg) bomb was dropped in the Achin...

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Happiness Is The Driving Force In Our Health

How people describe both positive and negative events in their lives influences their perception of their own life. When scientists began tracking the health of 268 Harvard sophomores in 1938 during the Great Depression, they hoped the longitudinal study would reveal clues to leading...

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Roberts – Is That Armageddon Over The Horizon?

The insouciance of the Western world is extraordinary. It is not only Americans who permit themselves to be brainwashed by CNN, MSNBC, NPR, the New York Times and Washington Post, but also their counterparts in Europe, Canada, Australia, and Japan, who rely on the war propaganda machine...

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Trump Prepares for War against Korea

Trump: “We are sending an armada. Very powerful. We have submarines. Very powerful, far more powerful than the aircraft carrier, that I can tell you.” Read More North Koreaт leader Kim Jong-un ordered 25 percent of Pyongyang residents to leave the city immediately. In accordance with the...

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QuickLines – April 13

Will Trump Deliver Deep State’s World War? Trump Comes In From the Cold – Gets Media and Political Respect U.S. Air Force Wants Better Tech To Detect North Korea Missile Threats Sessions Vows ‘New Era’ in Border Security Return to Fukushima: Eerie pictures  The Fed Is Once...

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Why Doctors Should Start Talking Spirituality

A little over a decade ago, Farr Curlin, a physician and professor of medical humanities at Duke Divinity School, became curious about the spiritual lives of his colleagues. He already knew that patients’ religious beliefs and communities matter: Both influence medical decisions and...

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Tesla’s Last Interview: ‘I’m a Defeated Man’

Tesla: Yes, these are some of my most important discoveries. I’m a defeated man. I have not accomplished the greatest thing I could. Journalist: What is it, Mr. Tesla? Tesla: I wanted to illuminate the whole earth. There is enough electricity to become a second sun. Light would appear...

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The Nineteen Types of Smile

As they hovered over their victims, knives at the ready, Carney Landis issued his instructions. The beheading was ready to commence. It was 1924 and this particularly sadistic grad student had lured an assortment of fellow pupils, teachers and psychology patients – including a 13-year-old...

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Is Popcorn Healthy?

Some foods out there are just a mystery to most people, with popcorn making one of the top slots on that list. Various sources tout popcorn as a low-calorie, healthy snack, while others refer to it like it’s simply poisonous. So is popcorn healthy? The answer is not so cut and dry...

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The Sacred Healing Vortex Of Easter

At Easter the collective field gets very dense. A collective sadness manifests and it surrounds the planet like a grey mist. It’s due to the collective grief introduced by Christianity as billions of believers moan the betrayal and torture of Christ. Expect this to be enhanced by...

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Despair, Dope, and Death In Athens

Outside a café just blocks off Omonia Square, a bustling marketplace in downtown Athens, Greeks in puffy jackets and worn blue jeans struggled to stay awake on a Spring afternoon, even as they sipped espresso and chain-smoked. One could walk right past the place without knowing it’s where...

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How to Avoid Unwanted Communications on Social Media

That recent tech innovation known as the internet has made keeping in touch with family and friends easier than ever—but it might also have brought you some unwelcome attention from people you’d rather not keep up correspondence with. If you want to minimize the chances of getting...

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