New Study Links Pesticide Exposure in Pregnant Women to Autism
Yet reasons for autism are a ‘mystery.’
by Christina Sarich
Everything The FDA Approves Has Risk Of Death
FDA staffed by corporate insiders.

The Two Main Causes of Cancer Revealed
How do we prevent it?
New GMO Wine Makes Promises Of No More Hangovers, But At What Cost?
Genetically modified products regularly fail to live up to claims.
by Natasha Longo

In Trenton, RFK Jr. speaks against mandatory school vaccinations
“All of the studies show the primary reason people don’t vaccinate — the primary reason — is mistrust of the regulators…”
by Associated Press
Vitamin D Deficiency Linked To Breast Cancer
Vitamin D can also help depression.

Mayoral Candidate Vows to End Water Fluoridation
“I’m worried about the people of Grand Rapids. I think we’re doing them harm.”
by Adan Salazar
17 Scientists Speak Out: Monsanto’s Roundup is Causing Cancer
Monsanto desperate to conceal pesticide dangers.
by Mike Barrett

Breast-feeding pays: Babies who nursed earn more as adults, study says
The longer babies were breast-fed, the more money they earned when they were 30 years old, researchers find.
by Karen Kaplan
Food industry waging a bitter battle over proposal on added-sugar labels
‘Things they want you to think are healthy are full of sugar’
by Evan Halper

Coca-Cola Caught Paying ‘Health Leaders’ to Say Soda is ‘Healthy Snack’
Let’s not let them fool anyone.
by Anthony Gucciardi
Mandatory Vaccine Bills Fail In 2 States
Bill remains afloat in California, one of 19 states that allow personal belief exemptions…
by Lydia O'Connor

Activists Push Dunkin’ Donuts to Drop Controversial Ingredient
Dunkin’ Donuts to ditch titanium dioxide.
by Mike Barrett
U.S. Ebola patient now in 'critical' condition: NIH
The condition of the American Ebola patient being treated at the U.S. National Institutes of Health in Maryland has worsened from serious to critical, NIH said in a statement on Monday. The patient, a healthcare worker, was evacuated from West Africa and arrived at the NIH clinical center on Friday. The patient, described as a […]
by Reuters

3 Kansas hospital patients die of ice cream-related illness
FDA says listeria bacteria were found in samples of various Blue Bell products.
by Terry Wallace, Nicholas Clayton
FDA proposes to let drug companies undermine official safety warnings
Professor at Johns Hopkins schools of medicine: “This would gut the whole regulatory process for drug safety.”
by Peter Whoriskey