Another Study Says Party Drug Ketamine Is The Most Promising Depression Treatment
Other studies back up the new findings.
by Stephen Morgan
U.S. agency offers legal immunity to Ebola vaccine makers
Move aimed at encouraging the development and availability of experimental Ebola vaccines.
by Reuters

Foundation of medical reality explodes
Time and time again, in these pages, I’ve illustrated the fact that reality is being created for us—and that reality is false. It’s a façade.
by Jon Rappoport
Trade Agreement Brings Frankenfoods to Europe
U.S. officials say European fears “misguided” as EU moves to allow states to “opt out” of GM crop cultivation.
by Dan Taylor

Vitamin E Deficiency Widespread And A Significant Risk To Brain Health and Pregnant Women
Vitamin E believed to reduce aminotransferases, fatty denegration and inflammation.
by Dr. Marianna Pochelli
New ‘Harmless Herbicide’ to Compete with Monsanto’s RoundUp
Weeding Tech’s new products is said to kill weeds in 24 hours with no pesticides or herbicides.
by Christina Sarich

New Law Blocks Anti-GMO Scientists from Advising EPA
Yet Another Layer of Bureaucracy to Protect Big Biotech.
by Christina Sarich
Prescription Vending Machines Coming to Arizona State University
Is this the path we are heading?
by Dr. Eldon Dahl

Flu shots may not be good match for 2014-15 virus, CDC says
Flu shots were less effective, the CDC said in the advisory.
by Reuters
GMOs Causing Deadly Bacteria to Flourish in Digestive System
Weak intestinal health linked to endless disease.
by Christina Sarich

Anti-Fluoride Activists Rally to 'Get the F out of Dallas'
Major ad campaign aims to remove poison from public drinking water.
84% of Vegetarians and Vegans Return to Meat
Only 2% of Americans do not eat any animal products.
by Hal Herzog, Ph.D.

Shocking: Obesity Found to Spark 500,000 Cancer Cases Annually
People must engage in an overall active and healthy lifestyle.
by Mike Barrett
6 Herbs to Help Boost Your Brain Power
6 plants to get those brain cells charged up and ready to fire.
by Christina Sarich

NYC Launches Massive ‘Curbside Garden’ Campaign
Little oases of flowers, grasses, and small trees have been popping up all over NYC.
by Christina Sarich
The Hidden Culprit Behind Wheat Sensitivity
New information reveals drastic problem with food supply.
by Dr. Edward Group