Two years after a hip surgery, Jim Heckler had a life filled with narcotics, and sought out alternative ways to manage his pain. Rather than just medicating the pain, he found a passionate d... Read more
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A vaccinated teenage boy, became ill with a deadly form of meningitis. Within 72 hours he lost motor control, stopped breathing and passed away. National Health Services confirmed his death.... Read more
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