The American Dream | Most Americans do not realize this, but we are on the verge of a major doctor shortage in the United States.
Paul Joseph Watson | Glenn Beck radio show sidekicks Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere waded in on the controversy surrounding Beck’s poor health today.
Xinhua | Barry J. Marshall, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 2005 and clinical professor with the University of Western Australia, said people might, in the future, be vaccinated by swallowing capsules instead of by using needles.
Xinhua | Hong Kong researchers identified that A/H1N1 influenza virus has undergone genetic reassortment to give rise to a novel A/H1N1 virus on pigs.
FOX Charlotte | A new joint report from the British Medical Journal questions the H1N1 pandemic and alleged conflicts of interest between confidential WHO advisors and pharmaceutical companies that produce the vaccines.
AFP | Harvey Fineberg, chairman of the WHO’s Review Committee of external experts, welcomed the reports published on Friday by the British Medical Journal and a Council of Europe parliamentary committee.
Mike Adams | Anything you’re likely to hear from the World Health Organization originates with a profit motive rather than a commitment to public health.
Deborah Cohen | Next week marks the first anniversary of the official declaration of the influenza A/H1N1 pandemic.
Dr. Mercola | An interview with Barbara Loe Fisher concentrates on the rotavirus vaccine and the newfound issues of broad contamination with two different types of pig viruses.
BBC News | The General Medical Council found Dr Andrew Wakefield guilty of serious professional misconduct over the way he carried out his controversial research.
Infowars.com | University of Calgary video shows how brain cells degenerate and die when being exposed to mercury.
Mike Adams | As long as they can bury the evidence and deny any link between vaccines and health problems, they can continue to claim the vaccines are safe enough to inject into little children.
Homeland Security Newswire | Utah’s new triage health emergency guidelines would see some children and some seniors turned away from hospitals.
Mike Adams | Influenza vaccines have sent 57 children into life-threatening convulsions.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation | Grants support research across 18 countries and six continents.
Keith Howe | Are you going to sit back and let this Fourth Reich of Nazi psychopaths stomp all over you and your loved ones?
HealthDay News | Last year’s scare had people rushing for care even before the disease appeared, a study shows.
Reuters | The United States still has 71 million doses of H1N1 swine flu vaccine that have not been used, but it is not yet time to throw them out, the federal government insists.
ABC News | More and more parents from around Australia are recounting horrific flu jab experiences amid mounting controversy over adverse reactions to the seasonal flu vaccine.
The Monitor | More than 8,000 H1N1 vaccines will expire by the end of May in Hidalgo County as its response to the global flu pandemic winds down.
London Telegraph | Pre-tax profits climbed to £1.93bn in the first three months of the year as turnover jumped 13pc to £7.36bn, the pharmaceuticals group said on Wednesday.
Pharmacy News | The mass vaccination program for swine flu has come under fire from an infectious disease expert who says the risk of serious side effects was greater than any potential benefit for half the Australian population.
Washington Post | Federal health officials are investigating the first hints of any possible significant complications from the H1N1 vaccine.
The Sunday Mail | A family is in mourning after their toddler unexpectedly died less than 12 hours after receiving a seasonal flu vaccination.
Businessweek | A strain of potentially lethal airborne fungus recently discovered in Oregon may soon spread to California and other neighboring areas, scientists warn.
Guardian | Putting large, heavy bits of metal into the air is just too much for the psyche of modern regulators — they panic.
AFP | Leading experts involved in the World Health Organisation’s decision to declare a flu pandemic on Wednesday rejected accusations of undue influence from the pharmaceutical industry.
James Corbett | Newly released data shows that the 2009 flu season was actually much less deadly than the regular flu season.
Mail Online | Global health chiefs have finally admitted that they may have overreacted to the swine flu ‘pandemic’ — landing governments with millions of unused vaccines.
Top News | The four new studies conducted by Canadian researchers conclude that the traditional seasonal flu vaccine seems to have boosted the risk of infection with pandemic H1N1 swine flu by almost double.
AFP | The China Economic Times report blamed vaccines that had been exposed to excessive heat and should have been destroyed.
Barbara Loe Fisher | The FDA was right to suspend use of Rotarix vaccine until they know more.
Mail Online | Ministers ordered 90million doses of a vaccine last year at a cost of £540million as panic over the illness gripped the country.
Business & Media Institute | Many Americans were convinced the H1N1 virus would turn into a pandemic. That’s no surprise given the fear mongering media.
Reuters | Doctors say boys as well as girls should be offered protection through vaccination.
LeProgres | For three weeks, the P4 Lyon stopped all other manipulations. This maximum security laboratory is currently focusing on experience in high-risk attempts to cross between the new virus and the H1N1 avian influenza, the H5N1.
Natural News | The golden calf of public health was smashed in this recent flu season as many in the United States outright rejected the H1N1 vaccine. Pharmaceutical companies are now holding the bag.
Press TV | An Iranian health official has warned about a new wave of swine flu across the country in the spring with predicted A-H1N1 virus mutation.
London Guardian | The World Health Organisation and other public health bodies have “gambled away” public confidence by overstating the dangers of the flu pandemic, according to a draft report to the Council of Europe.
Mike Adams | Taking aim at the growing spread of Obedience Defiance Disorder, Massachusetts health authorities have joined with the state legislature to make O.D.D. vaccine mandatory across the state.
Reuters | The H1N1 swine flu virus may have been new to humanity in many ways but in one key feature its closest relative was the 1918 pandemic virus.
FOX 5 | Georgia health officials announced Wednesday that they are bracing themselves for more cases of the so-called Swine Flu virus – H1N1.
KARE 11 | Not so long ago people in Minnesota would line up for hours to get an H1N1 vaccine. Now, with one million doses on the shelves, no one seems to want one.
CNN | Federal health authorities recommended Monday that doctors suspend using Rotarix.
Times Online | The risk of children suffering from flu can be halved if they take vitamin D, doctors in Japan have found.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. | Thorsen was a leading member of a Danish research group that wrote several key studies supporting CDC’s claims that the MMR vaccine and mercury-laden vaccines were safe for children.
Press TV | According to the federal court ruling, thimerosal, the mercury-based preservatives found in certain vaccines, does not place the child at an increased risk of developing autism.
National Post | Immunizing nursing-home workers does nothing to cut the number of confirmed influenza cases among the homes’ elderly residents, a new study concludes.
The Lawrence Journal-World | Kansas University is having a special H1N1 flu vaccine clinic on Thursday during the first half of the men’s Big 12 Tournament game.
Brandon Turbeville | While thimerosal receives much of the press when discussing the dangers of vaccination, individuals should be aware that mercury is not the only dangerous substance contained in vaccines.