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[03/21/2006] Two Men Remain in Coma From British Drugs
They were chosen because they were fit and healthy, but minutes after being injected with a test drug designed to combat leukemia and other diseases, the men went into convulsions as their internal organs began to fail. » More

[03/17/2006] Dozens of S. Florida police officers, firefighters linked to steroid use
The 13 West Palm Beach police officers facing suspensions for buying anabolic steroids told internal investigators they thought they had valid prescriptions because each had established a doctor-patient relationship to get the drugs. » More

[03/17/2006] Man\'s good kidney taken out in error
Doctors admitted yesterday that they removed a healthy kidney from a cancer patient by mistake. » More

[03/13/2006] Banned depression tablets are still being prescribed to thousands of children
Banned antidepressants are being handed out to thousands of children by doctors because they face waits of up to 10 months to see a psychiatrist. » More

[03/13/2006] Banned depression tablets are still being prescribed to thousands of children
Banned antidepressants are being handed out to thousands of children by doctors because they face waits of up to 10 months to see a psychiatrist. » More

[03/13/2006] Banned depression tablets are still being prescribed to thousands of children
Banned antidepressants are being handed out to thousands of children by doctors because they face waits of up to 10 months to see a psychiatrist. » More

[03/06/2006] Dr. Katz Misleads ABC And Nation About Aspartame Study
Dear Doctor Katz: Only two things are wrong with your critique of the 3-year Italian aspartame study:Your facts are wrong & your conclusions are wrong. » More

[03/06/2006] The Lowdown on Sweet?
\nAspartame is sold under the brand names Nutra-Sweet and Equal and is found in such popular products as Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi, Diet Snapple and Sugar Free Kool-Aid. Hundreds of millions of people consume it worldwide. And Dr. Soffritti\'s study concluded that aspartame may cause the dreaded \"c\" word: cancer. » More

[03/06/2006] Heroic NM Senator Fights Aspartame Machine
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[03/06/2006] NM Calorie Council Condemns Citizens With Aspartame
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[03/06/2006] New Cancer Study Obligates FDA To Recall Aspartame
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[02/20/2006] Depriving children of loving environment damages intelligence
Depriving children of a loving family environment causes lasting damage to their intelligence, emotional wellbeing and even their physical stature, according to the most extensive study of social deprivation yet. » More

[02/14/2006] Political bias affects brain activity, study finds
Democrats and Republicans alike are adept at making decisions without letting the facts get in the way, a new study shows. » More

[02/14/2006] NM Senators Ask Gov To Declare Aspartame Emergency
The nature of the emergency derives from 70% of the adults and 40% of the children in New Mexico having consumed methanol and formaldehyde, the resultant metabolites from their ingestion of aspartame. » More

[02/09/2006] Banned drugs still being prescribed for children
Tens of thousands of children are still being prescribed powerful antidepressants despite guidance that they should not given to patients under 18 because of serious safety concerns. » More

[02/07/2006] Homeland Security seizing medications from elderly, former Customs official reports
As part of that operation, CBP, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security, is seizing Canadian shipments of legally prescribed drugs that are being flown into the international mail facility at Miami International Airport, according to Mark Conrad, a retired U.S. Customs supervisory special agent. » More

[12/01/2005] FDA staff says ADHD patch not safe enough
An experimental skin patch to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in some children should not be approved in the United States because of safety risks, U.S. regulatory staff recommended on Thursday.\n » More

[12/01/2005] Anti-Depressants Cited In Suicide
The negative side effects of the anti-depressant prescription medications known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) have been long suspected, and may have contributed to several schoolyard shootings including the Columbine massacre. Now, if a pending court case goes forward, there may even be a link proven to suicide.\n » More

[11/22/2005] The food you eat may change your genes for life
IT SOUNDS like science fiction: simply swallowing a pill, or eating a specific food supplement, could permanently change your behaviour for the better, or reverse diseases such as schizophrenia, Huntington\'s or cancer. Yet such treatments are looking increasingly plausible. » More

[11/21/2005] Dupont Knowingly Poisoned Americans for 20 Years with Toxic Coating on Paper Food Packaging
Breakdown chemicals from these grease-resistant, or perfluorinated, chemical-based coating for paper food packaging coatings and related sources are now in the blood of 95 percent of Americans, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has spent the last several years trying to determine how they get there. » More

[11/20/2005] New Mexico activists hope to achieve an unprecedented ban on aspartame
New Mexico may become the first state in the nation to enact an official statewide ban on the artificial sweetener aspartame, if a group of determined activists has its way. Activists there are fighting hard to ban the sale of any and all products containing the chemical sweetener, and they achieved a major victory in October when the state\'s Environmental Improvement Board agreed to hold hearings on a possible aspartame ban in July of 2006. » More

[11/17/2005] ALERT: EPA TO ALLOW PESTICIDE TESTING ON ORPHANS & MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN
The EPA\'s newly proposed rule, misleadingly titled \"Protections for Subjects in Human Research,\" puts industry profits ahead of children\'s welfare. » More

[11/13/2005] British Man Beats HIV With Vitamins
A British man has allegedly become the first person in the world to beat HIV. » More

[10/26/2005] SENATE BILL 1873: PRESCRIPTION FOR TYRANNY
A newly introduced congressional bill would allow rapid development of certain drugs and vaccines, at the same time shield the manufacturers from liability, even if their products turn out to be lethal. » More

[02/12/2005] Chemical used in food containers disrupts brain development
BPA has often been implicated in disease or developmental problems. BPA molecules are linked into polymers used to create polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins that are widely used in many products » More




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