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Study: Flame retardant chemicals may affect social behavior in young children

A recent study at Oregon State University has linked childhood exposure to flame retardants to “aggression, defiance, hyperactivity, inattention and bullying.” The study adds to a growing body of evidence proving how dangerous flame retardants can be. They aren’t just carcinogenic, they may also have serious behavioral effects on the population. These findings, along with … Continue reading

Poisoned Lands: San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation Steeped in Dioxin

Indian Country Media Network U.S. government sprayed the dioxin-containing herbicide silvex on the reservation in the 1960s and ’70s; similar to Agent Orange Tanya H. Lee • March 1, 2017 There are places near the Gila River where the cottonwoods—otherwise pervasive in Southwest riverbeds—do not grow. Some members of the San Carlos Apache Tribe believe … Continue reading

Officials: 1 in 4 people in Puerto Rico will have Zika by year’s end

CBS News SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The U.S. territory of Puerto Rico has reported 1,914 new Zika cases over the past week. Health Secretary Ana Rius said Friday there are 10,690 cases altogether, including 1,035 involving pregnant women. Zika has been tied to severe birth defects. Rius said 90 people have been hospitalized because … Continue reading

South Dakota Police Use Forced Catheterization to Collect Urine Samples

An attorney has filed a motion to quash a search warrant and evidence gathered in a forced catheterization in South Dakota. According to the motion, law enforcement “strapped the defendant to a bed, and conducted a forced catheterization on the Defendant’s urine.” The Argus Leader reports: Dirk Landon Sparks was arrested March 14 after a … Continue reading

Pot Found to be a Substitute for Prescription Drugs; and why we need 100%, unregulated legalization

In a study released this May by the Centre for Addictions Research of British Columbia, it has been shown that 87% of cannabis users will substitute marijuana for alcohol, illicit drugs and prescription drugs. The results of the study say: Substituting cannabis for one or more of alcohol, illicit drugs or prescription drugs was reported … Continue reading

FDA: Common drug may cause uncontrollable urge to gamble & have sex

The US Food and Drug Administration issued a warning on Tuesday that the antipsychotic drug aripiprazole (Abilify, Abilify Maintena, Aristada, and generics) may cause uncontrollable and compulsive urges to “gamble, binge eat, shop, and have sex.” The drug was approved by the FDA in 2002 and is used to treat certain mental disorders, including schizophrenia, … Continue reading

US Patent Reveals: Your TV is Brainwashing You

It has long been suspected that electromagnetic energy may be used for nefarious purposes, from weaponization to mind control. A US Patent reveals that the use of electromagnetic pulses from televisions is protected intellectual property. The patent, entitled “Nervous system manipulation by electromagnetic fields from monitors,” claims that TVs and monitors can be programmed to … Continue reading

ANALYSIS: Chipotle is a victim of corporate sabotage… biotech industry food terrorists are planting e.coli in retaliation for restaurant’s anti-GMO menu

Health Nut News by Mike Adams (NaturalNews) After observing recent events involving Chipotle and e.coli, here’s my analysis of the situation: Chipotle’s e.coli outbreaks are not random chance. They are the result of the biotech industry unleashing bioterrorism attacks against the only fast food company that has publicly denounced GMOs. How do we know? The … Continue reading

TSA can force travellers through body scanner screening

The Department of Homeland Security has released a December 18 update which changes the rules for passengers’ ability to “opt out” of body scanner screening. The update states: TSA is updating the AIT PIA to reflect a change to the operating protocol regarding the ability of individuals to opt out of AIT screening in favor … Continue reading

‘Almost too late’: fears of global superbug crisis in wake of antibiotic misuse

The Guardian It is “almost too late” to stop a global superbug crisis caused by the misuse of antibiotics, a leading expert has warned. Scientists have a “50-50” chance of salvaging existing antibiotics from bacteria which has become resistant to its effects, according to Dr David Brown. The director at Antibiotic Research UK, whose discoveries … Continue reading