Sierra Leone: How Ebola Fools Even the Experts
Epidemic has infected more than 24,000 people.
by Maggie Fox
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 Advisory Committee Approves Treatment for Double Chin
“first-in-class submental contouring injectable drug”
by ABC News Radio
Santa Clara County Considers Plan for Homeowners to Opt-Out of Mosquito Fogging
“The warm weather makes their breeding cycle a lot faster…”
by Michelle Roberts

Oregon senator to propose new school vaccine policy
New proposal would encourage more school children to get vaccinated but continue to allow nonmedical exemptions.
by Saerom Yoo
Fluoride Linked To Higher ADHD
Substance used in rat poison also tied to other illnesses.

Water Fluoridation Linked to Higher ADHD Rates
Physician and epidemiologist at Harvard University: Results suggest we should “reconsider the need to add fluoride to drinking water at current levels.”
by Douglas Main
Fast Food Giants Losing Cash Desperately Try to Convince You They’re ‘Natural’
McDonald’s, Burger King try to survive.
by Anthony Gucciardi

Gov't Admits Vaccine Causes Brain Damage
Vaccines can cause severe illnesses, despite what mainstream media claims.
McDonald’s Keeps Losing Money Month After Month
All because they refuse to adapt fast enough.
by Anthony Gucciardi