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Obama’s Biggest Lie About Obamacare

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He promised “universal coverage” but delivered a plan in which that was impossible. Consequently, whereas 85.4% of Americans had coverage in 2008, only 87.7% have coverage today, far short of the promised 100% — though 100% coverage is the norm ...

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Tobacco industry will fight anti-smoking proposals

There has been a warning from anti-smoking campaigners that the tobacco industry will try to “delay, dilute and damage” new measures aimed at curbing sales to young people. ASH Scotland say that tobacco firms would continue to challenge proposed legislation ...

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Majority disagree with cannabis reclassification

There is a substantial amount of anger over the government’s decision to reclassify cannabis, a new poll suggests. The politics.co.uk poll, which comes as government ministers from across the world meet in Vienna for the UN’s summit on drugs, shows ...

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CONSEQUENCES OF SHARING MEDICAL RECORDS

BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL PUBLISHES WARNING OF “STAGGERING” CONSEQUENCE OF SHARING MEDICAL RECORDS While the British bill is different than Obama’s it raises similar concerns. The America media has not touched this issue. British Medical Journal – The health consequences of ...

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Is Reiki Effective?

Reiki is a Japanese form of healing that is becoming increasingly popular worldwide. What makes Reiki unique is that it incorporates elements of just about every other alternative healing practices, but does it actually work? The medical profession has mixed ...

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Medical marijuana act passes NJ panel

By DEREK HARPER TRENTON – New Jersey took a major step toward becoming the latest state to allow certain patients to use marijuana Monday, when the Senate’s Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee approved the Compassionate Use Medicinal Marijuana ...

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A catalogue of NHS data breaches

By Leo King | The NHS has lost confidential medical records and personal details of thousands of patients it has emerged in an investigation into how the health service handles data. Research showed that a series of losses and thefts ...

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Norway Students Vote to Restrict Coca-Cola

Students at the University of Oslo have voted overwhelmingly to restrict the dominant presence of Coca-Cola products on campus, and introduce ethical alternatives to Coca-Cola on campus.   In a resolution passed yesterday at the University of Oslo Welfare Council ...

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How Safe Are Mobile Phones?

By Chanyut Phrukkumwong | Long-term exposure to electromagnetic radio waves at certain strengths does cause brain tumors. Just like in the case of cigarette smoking, which nobody realized could damage your health until the era where lung cancer caused by ...

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How industry money protects killer chemicals

It happens almost every time. When a study is published linking a workplace chemical to serious disease, a scientist working for the industry disputes the findings. David Michaels, author of ‘Doubt is their product’, exposes industry’s dangerous tactics to protect ...

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LSD, Ecstasy Tested on Terminally Ill Patients

Researchers are exploring the use of hallucinogenic drugs like LSD and ecstasy as a form of “psychedelic psychotherapy” for terminally ill patients, London’s Daily Telegraph reported Tuesday. A clinical trial involving LSD began in Switzerland, in June. Eight patients were ...

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Marijuana gave cancer sufferer her life back

Legalise Cannabis Alliance | A BREAST cancer victim made medical history recently, as the first person in Scotland to be prescribed cannabis as a treatment for chronic pain. Former National Health Service nurse Jeanie Rae, 57, has been taking a ...

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Children as Big Pharma Guinea Pigs

98 Percent of Drug Trials on Children Have no Safety Checks By David Gutierrez | Fewer than 2 percent of drug trials conducted on children have independent safety advisory boards, a review published in the journal Acta Paediatrica has found. ...

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One million lose out in NHS dental reforms

By Rebecca Smith | Instead of improving access to NHS dentistry the reforms have made it worse, the report by the House of Commons Health Select Committee found. The number of dentists working in the health service has fallen, the ...

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Can Technology Improve Your Memory?

By Laura Weldon | You have everything you need to keep you informed. Technology provides you with answers to almost any question instantly. If you need reminders, you can program devices to prompt you to remember your appointments and to-do ...

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Heart experts warn Tasers deadly

By Suzanne Fournier | Tasers can cause fatal cardiac arrest and are even more dangerous if the subject is agitated, stressed and experiencing pain from the high-voltage device, two top Vancouver heart specialists said Tuesday. Dr. Michael Janusz, a heart ...

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Does Organic Really Mean Organic?

By David Gutierrez | The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has renewed its approval for 46 non-organically produced substances to be used in foods and beverages that are labeled “organic.” At the same time, the agency withdrew its approval for ...

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Exposed: the great GM crops myth

By Geoffrey Lean Major new study shows that modified soya produces 10 per cent less food than its conventional equivalent. Genetic modification actually cuts the productivity of crops, an authoritative new study shows, undermining repeated claims that a switch to ...

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How Psychiatry Is Medicating a Nation

By Onnesha Roychoudhuri Author Charles Barber discusses Americans’ unrealistic notions about happiness. We’ve medicalized a lot of life issues that aren’t mental illnesses. While we’ve now become accustomed to the barrage of prescription drug commercials on prime-time TV, it’s jarring ...

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Food Additives as Damaging as Lead

British Researchers Find Artificial Colors Harm Children’s Brains, Request Phase-Out By Annie Bell Muzaurieta A team of British researchers from Southampton University carried out a study to look at seven food additives, and their findings were grim: The additives are ...

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A Deeper Look At Drugs In Our Tap Water

Cathy Sherman Picture this: Three guys go into a bar. The batender asks, “What’ll you have?” “A beer”, says the first guy. Second one says, “Whiskey” and turning to the third guy asks, “what about you?” “Oh me, I really ...

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Media Tells People To Drink Soda Not Water

As proof that mainstream health information continutes to become increasingly detached from reality, the mainstream media (MSM) has launched a new wave of misinformation designed to discredit the health benefits of drinking water! Just today, for example, Fox News ran ...

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