US Media Blackout: France Oppose Vaccines
France has punched a gaping hole in the fake consensus about vaccines.
by Jon Rappoport
The Airport Spiking Food with 'happy hormones'
“There are certain foods that will help the ‘happy’ chemicals in your brain to keep flowing.”
by CNN

Researchers Find Horse Meat and Other Undeclared Species in Products Labeled Ground Beef
Lower-cost species were intentionally mixed in with higher-cost species for financial gain.
by Julie Fidler
Hendra Virus Vaccine: Owners Say Vaccine Killed Healthy Horses
Two horse owners speak out about the controversial vaccination program to stop the deadly Hendra virus.
by Suzanne Dredge, Philippa McDonald

The Truth Behind Mass Vaccination
Industry insider tells all.
by Lee Ann McAdoo
McDonald’s Kicked Out of Cleveland Clinic Cafeteria
As the fast food giant loses money fast.
by Christina Sarich

Column in Medical Journal Says Hazards of GMOs, Pesticides Not Properly Studied
“We believe that the time has therefore come to thoroughly reconsider all aspects of the safety of plant biotechnology.”
by Julie Fidler
Popular foods taking on new hues without artificial dyes
Colors are made by synthesizing raw materials from petroleum.
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Medical Marijuana Laws Taking Root Across the South
Patients recount tales of how medical marijuana and CBD oil helped ease the pain.
W.Va. Senator Slams FDA for Giving OxyContin to 11-year-olds
Said he’s “disgusted,” and the agency should be “ashamed of itself for this reckless act.”
by Lydia Wheeler

Another Food Babe Victory: Starbucks Pulls Artificial Coloring From Pumpkin Spice Latte
Artificial caramel coloring has been linked to increased cancer risk.
by Craig Giammona
Study Finds that Violent Video Games may be Linked to Aggressive Behaviour
Violent video games are a ‘risk factor’ for increased aggression.
by John Von Radowitz

Victoria, Australia to Ban Un-vaccinated Preschoolers from Childcare, Kindergarten
“Vaccinations save lives,” Health Minister said.
Plague-infected Squirrels Found at Yosemite National Park Campground
Health officials will close a campground at Yosemite National Park and spray for fleas after a park visitor contracted the plague.
by Veronica Rocha

Caving to Public Pressure: Big Food Brand Campbell ‘Moving to GMO-Free, Organic’
While continually fighting GMO labeling…
by Christina Sarich
Fish Oil Helps Minimize Disorders for those at Risk of Schizophrenia, Study Finds
The Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil may be a powerful preventive for those at risk of severe psychiatric illness, a new study says.
by Melissa Healy