Ebola: Airport Contractor Forced To Remove Mask & Gloves
Ebola patient walked through exit he was working.
McDonald's Had to Hire a Fact-Checker to Prove It Serves Real Food
Consumer Reports survey named Mickey D’s signature burgers “worst-tasting of all the major US burger chains.”
by Tom Philpott

NIH: ‘Vaccinate the Whole Country’ with Experimental Ebola Vaccine
“We may need to deploy the vaccine to the entire country.”
by Christina Sarich
Construction Workers Say Second Agricultural Spray Sickened Them
First incident in July still has workers in and out of the hospital…
by Maria Medina

Health Officials Monitoring 125 For Ebola Symptoms
114 people may have had contact with Thomas Eric Duncan.
by Amanda L. Chan
Scientific American Bashes GMO Labeling as ‘Unscientific’
Monsanto-run FDA claims pesticide foods pose no risk.
by Christina Sarich

10,000 new Ebola cases per week could be seen, WHO says
“It would be horrifically unethical to say that we’re just going to isolate people.”
by Associated Press
Scientists in Russia developing three Ebola vaccines – Health Ministry
Russian scientist: “One vaccine is based on a strain of Ebola, and the other two have been created by means of genetic engineering.”
by RT.com

Ebola: 'British man dies of deadly virus in Macedonia and one other is taken ill'
The Foreign Office is “urgently” investigating the reports.
by London Independent
Amino Acid Arginine Found As Effective As Drugs For Glucose Metabolism And Diabetes
371 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes.
by Dave Mihalovic

HHS secretary: There may be other cases of Ebola in the U.S.
“We had one case and I think there may be other cases, and I think we have to recognize that as a nation,” he says.
by Philip Klein
CDC Announces Astronomical Autism Rate: 1 in 68 Children
Scientists continue to push debunked genetic theory.
by Christina Sarich

White House Plan to Address Antibiotic Resistance Is Too Weak to Protect Human Health
MRSA already kills more Americans than emphysema, AIDS, Parkinson’s disease, & homicide combined.
by Mercola
BPA tied to breathing problems in kids: Study
Chemical commonly found in plastics and cans…
by Steven Reinberg

Genes Determine How Coffee Affects You
A hit of caffeine is what motivates regular coffee consumption.
by Tanya Lewis
What Whistleblowers Tell Us About Vaccine Safety and Effectiveness
In 2010, two Merck virologists filed a federal lawsuit under the False Claims Act against their former employer, alleging the vaccine maker lied about the effectiveness of their mumps vaccine (which is part of the trivalent measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine). The whistleblowers, Stephen Krahling and Joan Wlochowski, claimed they witnessed “firsthand the improper […]
by Mercola