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Percentage of Health-Uninsureds in U.S. Rises by 1.7%

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Since Obama First Promised to Lower It by 100% Eric Zuesse On 23 June 2015, Bloomberg news bannered “Uninsured Rate Falls to Lowest Since Obamacare Implementation” and reported that, “Last year, 16.3 percent of adults under age 65, or about 31.7 million ...

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The Day the Earth Died

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And Why Sierra Club, Greenpeace, Etc., Were Virtually Silent About It Eric Zuesse As the civilizations that we all know, and love, and lived, slide increasingly into totalitarian misery; and the environment, which had been our lives, becomes less and ...

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Obama and the ‘News’ Media Continue to Falsify About Obamacare

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Eric Zuesse The Obama Administration basically lied on Monday, March 16th, when it said that it had reduced the percentage of healthcare uninsured Americans from 20.3% down to 13.2% — and the ‘news’ media in this country stenographically reported their ...

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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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Gallup: Republicans Are Likely to Win Congress Next Month

Eric Zuesse On October 8th, Gallup issued three polls that present next month’s U.S. congressional elections as a likely bloodbath for Democrats. One  bannered “Voter Engagement Lower Than in 2010 and 2006 Midterms,” and reported that by a whopping 19%, Republicans felt ...

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Weight Loss: 7 Quick Tips To Lose Weight

Whether you have five pounds to lose or a hundred pounds, losing weight can be very difficult and frustrating. You need to make a commitment to burn extra body fat then you should understand that there are going to be ...

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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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FDA Approves Antidepressants for Children, Even After Revelations of Bribery

The FDA has approved Forest Laboratories’ antidepressant Lexapro (escitalopram) for use in children and adolescents, even as the federal government and 11 states have filed a lawsuit against the company for illegally pushing the drug on kids. The federal government ...

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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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FDA Scientists Accuse Agency of Corruption, Intimidation

A group of nine FDA scientists has sent letters to top politicians, accusing agency managers of intimidating and coercing scientists into changing or suppressing scientific data. In October, the scientists sent a letter to the House Energy and Commerce Committee. ...

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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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FDA Approves 18 Drugs from Pharma Company Accused of Fraud and Conspiracy

By David Gutierrez The FDA has approved 18 products for market from generic drug manufacturer Ranbaxy Laboratories, even though the company is currently being investigated by Congress for making substandard products and conspiring to fraudulently cover it up. “Allegations from ...

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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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US, Japanese Researchers Mix Samples of 1918 Flu Pandemic to Recreate Deadly Code

Lori Price Researchers recreate 1918 flu pandemic virus —Why? And, why is no one *asking* why? 29 Dec 2008 Researchers have found out what made the 1918 flu pandemic so deadly — a group of three genes that lets the ...

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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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FDA Scientists Revolt Against Corrupt Food and Drug Administration Officials

By Mike Adams | A group of scientists working in the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health division has revolted against the corrupt managers of its own department, accusing them of committing crimes by claiming, “There is extensive documentary ...

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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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Big Pharma’s New Mass-Drugging Agenda Pushes Statin Drugs for Healthy People

By Mike Adams | Drug companies used to sell products for the treatment of disease. But it didn’t take long for Big Pharma to figure out that the number of diseased people is limited, and therefore so are drug profits. ...

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Prescription Drugs Kill 300 Percent More Americans than Illegal Drugs

By David Gutierrez | A report by the Florida Medical Examiners Commission has concluded that prescription drugs have outstripped illegal drugs as a cause of death. An analysis of 168,900 autopsies conducted in Florida in 2007 found that three times ...

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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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Documents Show Tobacco Industry Conspired Against Airline Smoking Ban

PR Watch | An analysis of tobacco industry documents published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) tells how the German cigarette industry worked to stop Lufthansa, the flagship airline of Germany, from banning smoking on its domestic flights in the ...

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The Foods That Are Most Affected by Pesticides

By Sheryl Walters | By now most of us know that buying organic is absolutely essential if we want to put the best food possible into our bodies. It is just plain and simply better for our health and better ...

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FDA Approved Human Medical Experiments with Artificial Blood; Hundreds Died

By David Gutierrez | The FDA allowed tests to proceed on new varieties of artificial blood even though it should have been aware that the products drastically increased patients’ risk of heart attacks and death, according to a review conducted ...

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Buy Your Poison – Aspartame, Diet Soda, Splenda

Dr. Leo Rebello | Chemist James Schlatter was working on an anti-ulcer drug candidate in the labs of G.D. Searle & Company. He was recrystallizing aspartame from ethanol when the mixture spilled on to the outside of the flask he ...

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Coca-Cola to Phase Out Toxic Sodium Benzoate in the U.K.

By David Gutierrez | The Coca-Cola Company has announced that it is in the process of phasing out the use of food additive sodium benzoate in the United Kingdom, after a number of studies have linked it to a wide ...

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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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U.S. Food and Water Supply Poisoned by Perchlorate

By Joanne Waldron | According to a report by the Organic Consumers Association, a toxic chemical that is a byproduct of rocket fuel is rapidly poisoning the food and water supply in the United States. Known as perchlorate, this chemical ...

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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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Bisphenol A Chemical in Plastic Bottles Harms Children, Feds Conclude

By David Gutierrez | For the first time, a branch of the U.S. government has admitted that the common industrial chemical bisphenol A (BPA) may pose a health risk. BPA is a crucial ingredient in the hard, clear polycarbonate plastic found ...

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L.A. City Council Decides to Outlaw New Fast Food Restaurants

By Joanne Waldron | The City Council of Los Angeles, in an effort to combat the problem of the rapidly increasing number of obese citizens, has voted to put a moratorium on building new fast food restaurants in the area ...

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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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Victims of the Drug War Are Forced to Resort to Bizarre Legal Defenses

By Kevin Carey | On November 16, 2005, Willie “Bo” Mitchell and three co-defendants — Shelton “Little Rock” Harris, Shelly “Wayne” Martin, and Shawn Earl Gardner — appeared for a hearing in the modern federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The ...

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What’s on Tap and What You Need to Know About Drinking Water

By Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D. | The National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), an environmental action organization, recently conducted an in-depth study into the quality of drinking water across the United States. Reviewing the tap water quality data for 19 major ...

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Drinking Caffeine During Pregnancy Doubles Risk of Miscarriage

NaturalNews | Drinking as little as 10 ounces of coffee per day may double a pregnant woman’s risk of miscarriage, according to a new study conducted by Kaiser Permanente researchers and published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Researchers interviewed ...

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Media Censorship at Olympics in China Mirrors FDA Censorship of Health Product Claims in America

NaturalNews | The U.S. media is loudly protesting the censorship of their reporters at the Olympics in Beijing. Betraying its promise to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), China has blocked reporters’ access to “sensitive” websites, including those that mention human ...

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Free Drug Samples Usually Go to Wealthiest Patients

NaturalNews | Contrary to claims by the pharmaceutical industry, it is usually wealthier and insured patients who receive free drug samples, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Harvard Medical School and the Cambridge Health Alliance and published in ...

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Make Small Changes in Your Diet to Dramatically Improve Your Health

How important is your diet to your overall health? A recent study suggests that a healthy diet can add as many as 14 years to your life. This mindset is largely ignored by most people. The good news is that ...

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Single Brain Neurons are Smarter Than You Think

By David Gutierrez | Stimulation of a single brain cell is enough to transmit sensations, Dutch and German researchers have discovered, and report in a study published in the journal Nature. Researchers have long believed that the key to the ...

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Mainstream Media Promotes Medical Myths by ‘Dispelling’ Them

By Neil McLaughlin | The MSNBC TODAY Show recently teamed up with drug companies to help “dispel” several “medical myths” that were “passed down by your grandparents” and which may have led you to believe you were actually healthy. In ...

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Psychiatric Group Faces Scrutiny Over Drug Industry Ties

By BENEDICT CAREY and GARDINER HARRIS | It seemed an ideal marriage, a scientific partnership that would attack mental illness from all sides. Psychiatrists would bring to the union their expertise and clinical experience, drug makers would provide their products and ...

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Call for Brain Scans of Presidential Candidates to Detect Mental Health Problems

By David Gutierrez | A neuropsychiatrist who runs a chain of private brain-scanning clinics has issued a call to scan the brains of presidential candidates in an opinion piece published in the Los Angeles Times. Dr. Daniel G. Amen is ...

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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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Autism Risk Linked to Distance From Power Plants

By Leslee Dru Browning | How do mercury emissions affect pregnant mothers, the unborn and toddlers? Do the level of emissions impact autism rates? Does it matter whether a mercury-emitting source is 10 miles away from families versus 20 miles? ...

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McCain’s Plan – Millions Will Lose Insurance Coverage

By Jo Hartley | Americans need to be aware of what Senator John McCain’s health care plan entails. Under the guise of fighting health care inflation, he is targeting the employer-provided system that currently covers over 60 percent of the ...

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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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Bush Administration Sued for Allowing Use of Pesticides

By Jo Hartley | Environmental and farm worker groups have now sued the Bush administration for allowing the continued use of four pesticides. They claim that the government brushed aside its own evidence that the chemicals are toxic to workers, ...

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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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The Sick Science Tobacco Companies Pursue

By Scott Thill | Those who complain about how the internet or advances in technology haven’t done enough to make us smarter or better may not truly remember what life was like before either. For one, digging up any type ...

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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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Canada Likely to Label Plastic Ingredient ‘Toxic’

By IAN AUSTEN OTTAWA — The Canadian government is said to be ready to declare as toxic a chemical widely used in plastics for baby bottles, beverage and food containers as well as linings in food cans. A Nalgene brand ...

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FDA Accused of Intentionally Creating Drug Monopolies

By David Gutierrez The outgoing chief executive officer of pharmaceutical giant Wyeth has accused the FDA of “establishing monopolies” by requiring new drugs to prove that they work better than products currently on the market. “If you’re the first company ...

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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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Mobile phones ‘more dangerous than smoking’

Brain expert warns of huge rise in tumours and calls on industry to take immediate steps to reduce radiation. Mobile phones could kill far more people than smoking or asbestos, a study by an award-winning cancer expert has concluded. He ...

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Are We Really That Ill?

CHICAGO – America has reached a point where almost half its population is described as being in some way mentally ill, and nearly a quarter of its citizens – 67.5 million – have taken antidepressants. These statistics have sparked a ...

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Is this the End of Antibiotics?

Eventually antibiotics are going to be seen as one of the worst things to ever come out of pharmaceutical science because in the end, they have made us only weaker in the face of ever increasingly strong super bugs that ...

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An apple a day keeps the McDoctor away

Shake-up of hospitals will open door to McDonald’s sponsorship. Firms such as McDonald’s and Virgin could be allowed to sponsor NHS hospital wards under radical plans announced by the Government to allow sponsorship of health services and create a new ...

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Eli Lilly E-Mail Discussed Unapproved Use of Drug

John C. Lechleiter, an Eli Lilly official who is about to become the company’s top executive, wrote an e-mail message in 2003 that appears to have encouraged Lilly to promote its schizophrenia medicine Zyprexa for a use not approved by ...

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Ex-Drug Sales Rep Exposes All

Former Eli Lilly Rep Says He Wined and Dined Doctors to Make a Sale To sell their drugs, pharmaceutical companies hire former cheerleaders and ex-models to wine and dine doctors, exaggerate the drug’s benefits and underplay their side-effects, a former ...

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MRSA Infections Killing More Americans than AIDS

An antibiotic-resistant strain of the common staph bacteria is now responsible for more deaths in the United States than AIDS, according to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and published in the Journal of ...

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Drug traces found in U.S. water supply

Trace amounts of pharmaceutical drugs are lurking in Louisville’s drinking water, including one used to treat people with bipolar disorder and alcohol withdrawal, and another prescribed to combat seizures. Swimming with them in the city’s water supply is a favorite ...

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Chemicals in Baby Products Linked to Problems

A new study brings to light a potentially dangerous link between chemicals used in ordinary products, such as baby shampoos and lotions, to reproductive problems in children. The chemicals, called phthalates, have been under attack by some environmental advocacy groups, ...

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Government Concedes Vaccine-Autism Case

David Kirby After years of insisting there is no evidence to link vaccines with the onset of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the US government has quietly conceded a vaccine-autism case in the Court of Federal Claims. The unprecedented concession was ...

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Pharma spends more on marketing than development

S.A Ramratan Why are pharmaceuticals so expensive? This question has been asked for many years. In fact this was the question asked by Senator Estes Kefauver (D) in the late 1950s. Senator Kefauver was the first to put together an ...

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VIDEO: Insanely Corrupt – “Mercury is good for you!”

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZArebYZzdc[/youtube] http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/280.html Now I’ve seen it all This is how insanely corrupt the United States has become.The pharmaceutical industry that has handicapped countless children with mercury-based vaccines is able to buy a study that says a known neuro-toxin is good ...

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Indonesia accuses US of bird flu plot

Mark Forbes THE Indonesian Health Minister has said the United States and the World Health Organisation are part of a global conspiracy to profit from the spread of bird flu and the US may use samples to produce biological weapons. ...

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9 Secrets Health Insurers Don’t Want You to Know

They make it hard to get the money you’re entitled to. Here’s how to get them to pay. by Suz Redfearn Health insurance companies like to keep secrets. And they like to save money. Example: You have surgery, and weeks ...

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FDA Wants Terminally Ill Patients as Guinea Pigs

FDA Wants Big Pharma to Use Terminally Ill Patients as Guinea Pigs for Unapproved Drugs David Gutierrez  The FDA has proposed allowing the testing of experimental drugs on terminally ill patients once the drugs have passed the first safety testing ...

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Nutrition Secrets They Don’t Want You to Know About

Rich Stacel | Newstarget Today we know more about vitamins, minerals and nutrition in general then ever before, but at the same time there are various elements of the media and medical community that want to keep everyone in the ...

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Your doctor, your dealer

Once it was cocaine, speed or heroin, but now the fashion is for legal pills, washed down by spirits. Last week’s news that actor Heath Ledger, right, died from an overdose of prescription tablets shed light on a startling new ...

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Tagging Alzheimer Patients

Alzheimer Tagging Labelled an ‘Excuse’ for Shocking Care-Home Standards Michael Jolliffe | Newstarget A controversial new scheme to electronically tag the elderly has been blasted by critics as a ‘gimmick’ and as an excuse for negligence, by civil liberties campaigners. ...

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Schwarzenegger Backed Immoral Spraying

Governor Schwarzenegger Backed Immoral Sex Pheromone Spraying Continues Rami Nagel | Newstarget Sometimes bad dreams do come true. My bad dream was that the government issued quarantine, and forced everybody to be vaccinated for some fake disease. In my dream, ...

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No Such Thing as Bad Cholesterol?

No Such Thing as Bad Cholesterol: Dispelling the Marketing Myth Cholesterol seems to be one of those things that strikes fear into the hearts of many, so to speak. But is the reputation that this oily substance has acquired truly ...

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LA Gets Marijuana Vending Machines

In Los Angeles, medical marijuana patients can now get their drug with a dose of convenience. The Los Angeles Herbal Nutrition Center installed medical marijuana vending machines to give patients a dose of convenience with their grass. The nutrition center’s ...

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Care for 9/11 Responders Is Piecemeal

Plan for Processing Center On Hold, Funding Uncertain By Robin Shulman As President Bush gives his State of the Union speech Monday, there will be one man in the audience who plans to sit quietly and watch, his very presence ...

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Immunization Programs Under Scrutiny

Andreas Moritz For many decades, leading scientists and doctors have vehemently promoted the idea that immunization of children is necessary to protect them from contracting such diseases as diphtheria, polio, cholera, typhoid, or malaria. Yet evidence is mounting that immunization ...

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The Drugs in Your Toothpaste Can Affect Your Health

One of the fastest ways to absorb anything into the body is through the mouth. Drugs such as nitroglycerine for heart conditions and natural homeopathic remedies are given under the tongue for fast absorption. Your daily routine of brushing your ...

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Coffee increases miscarriage risk

A new study suggests that drinking two cups of coffee each day may significantly increase the risk of miscarriage in pregnant women. American researchers who studied more than 1,000 pregnant women found those who drank two cups of regular coffee, ...

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Truth About Antidepressants Kept From Public

Sweeping Overview Suggests Suppression of Negative Data Has Distorted View of Drugs By DAVID ARMSTRONG and KEITH J. WINSTEIN The effectiveness of a dozen popular antidepressants has been exaggerated by selective publication of favorable results, according to a review of ...

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60 minutes after drinking soda

Soda is not considered a health drink as it can make individuals more prone to diseases like obesity, diabetes, cancer and DNA damage. Each can of soda contains about 10 teaspoons of sugar, 30 to 55 milligrams of caffeine, and ...

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The Film About Vaccines You Simply Must See

This stunning censored interview (top) was cut from the TV program The Health Century due to its huge liability — the admission that the Merck drug company has been injecting cancer viruses into people worldwide. If you find the content ...

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Thousands Exposed to Poison by Government Spraying

Rami Nagel Sometimes bad dreams do come true. My bad dream was that the government issued quarantine, and forced everybody to be vaccinated for some fake disease. In my dream, I took my family, and fled to the hills to ...

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VIDEO: Professionals Call for End to Water Fluoridation

As detailed in this ABC News Story, over 600 (now over 1,200) professionals are urging Congress to stop water fluoridation until Congressional hearings are conducted. They cite new scientific evidence that fluoridation, long promoted to fight tooth decay, is ineffective and ...

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Bush Vetoes Kids’ Health Bill Again

Rejection Of New SCHIP Bill Marks The President’s Sixth Veto This Year President Bush vetoed legislation Wednesday that would have expanded government-provided health insurance for children, his second slap-down of a bipartisan effort in Congress to dramatically increase funding for ...

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Lies Of The Health And Fitness Industry Exposed

Craig Pepin-Donat If history has taught us anything, it is that when a business concept exhibits the potential for growth, companies and industries spread like a virus to expand and exploit the opportunity. From the meager beginnings of muscle-bound bodybuilders, ...

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FDA Caving to Corps

The Food and Drug Administration is developing a proposal for how drug companies can inform doctors about drug uses that aren’t FDA approved, a contentious but important area of promotion for the industry. While it is legal for physicians to ...

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Marijuana rules could seed a new industry

Thomas Munro Proposed rules for medical marijuana providers could open the door to private nonprofit or for-profit producers in New Mexico. Since the state’s medical marijuana registry was created July 1, patients have had three ways to obtain marijuana: by ...

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What is in Your Vaccine?

By J A Blacker, Science Correspondent with Derek Ellis RINF Alternative News Folks, you had better sit down, take a very deep breath.  Merk drug company vaccines admits injecting cancer viruses into their vaccines and we have the proof on ...

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Merck Vaccine Chief Brings HIV/AIDS to America

This stunning censored interview conducted by medical historian Edward Shorter for WGBH public television (Boston) and Blackwell Science was cut from The Health Century due to its huge liability–the admission that Merck drug company vaccines have traditionally been injecting cancer ...

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Additives ‘a risk to children’s health’

Parents have been warned to remove food additives linked to hyperactive behaviour from children’s diets by the EU’s leading expert on the issue. Dr John Larsen, who heads the European Food Safety Authority’s panel on additives, said the measure would ...

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“Safe” Uranium That Left a Town Contaminated

By David Rose They were told depleted uranium was not hazardous. Now, 23 years after a US arms plant closed, workers and residents have cancer – and experts say their suffering shows the use of such weapons may be a ...

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Cannabis may prevent breast cancer

Marijuana compound shows promise in fighting breast cancer Machines Like Us A compound found in cannabis may prove to be effective at helping stop the spread of breast cancer cells throughout the body. That’s the finding of a new study ...

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Sufferers sue ‘happy pill’ firm for £30million

By MARTIN DELGADO Lawyers representing patients who insist the bestselling drug is addictive have issued the first of 600 High Court writs against the company, each seeking compensation of up to £50,000. Since first prescribed in Britain in 1990, Seroxat ...

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9/11 Group Plot Anti-Giuliani Ad Campaign

9/11 Firefighters and Family Members Plot Anti-Giuliani Ad Campaign By TAHMAN BRADLEY A group of 9/11 firefighters and victims’ family members with eyes on derailing Republican Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign is close to a decision on forming an entity that ...

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98% of all Cannabis plants seized are not psychoactive

98 Percent Of All Domestically Eradicated Marijuana Is “Ditchweed,” DEA Admits More than 98 percent of all of the marijuana plants seized by law enforcement in the United States is feral hemp not cultivated cannabis, according to newly released data ...

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