Special Report: How U.S. Government Admits Vaccines Cause Autism
In certain circumstances the federal government will pay out compensation to parents whose children have been damaged by vaccines.
by Infowars.com
Highest Guatemalan Court Refuses US-Supported Monsanto Law, Charges Fines for Growing GMO
Backlash against Monsanto grows in South America.
by Christina Sarich

3 Crazy Myths About Soy
The best way to avoid soy, even organic soy, is to make sure your diet is as whole and raw as possible.
by Dr. Edward Group
How These 2 Drinks Could Spark Winning Creativity
Both offer benefits and dangers depending on how they are consumed.
by Mike Barrett

Obesity Rates Reach Historic Highs in More U.S. States
2013 adult obesity rate exceeds 20 percent in every state.
by NBC News
Guatemala defies ‘Monsanto Law’ pushed by US as part of trade agreement
The highest court in Guatemala has suspended the controversial ‘Monsanto Law,’ a provision of a US-Central American trade agreement, that would insulate transnational seed corporations considered to have “discovered” new plant varieties. The Constitutional Court suspended on Friday the law – passed in June and due to go into effect on Sept. 26 – after […]
by RT.com

Hacker Breached HealthCare.gov Insurance Site
“We have taken measures to further strengthen security.”
by Danny Yadron
Bombshell: CDC whistleblower goes further: mercury causes autism
Dr. William Thompson, a CDC scientist, asserts there is a connection between mercury (thimerosal) in vaccines and autism.
by Jon Rappoport


Moms Speak Out on CDC Vaccine-Austism Cover-Up
Delivery for Ms Cohen: Videograms from the Moms.
by Jon Rappoport
Liberia: Ebola Vaccine Trials Fast-Tracked By International Consortium
Human trials co-developed by US NIH and GlaxoSmithKline
by All Africa

Should Monsanto’s RoundUp Herbicide Be Banned?
Notion that anything Monsanto does is good for the ecosystem is questionable at best.
by Elizabeth Renter
5 Facts About NLP
For years claims on the benefit of this practice have been numerous.
by Dr. Edward Group

Ice From UK Fast Food Establishments Has More Bacteria Than Toilet Water
Ice found with 19 times the bacteria amount than acceptable drinking water.
by April McCarthy
Govt OK’s Growing Rice for Public Sale Within Fukushima Contamination Zone
First time public rice planted in area since meltdown.
by Christina Sarich

Ebola Kills 5 Sierra Leone Researchers before their Study on Outbreak is Published
Harvard led study found Ebola mutating during course of outbreak.
by NY Daily News
Biggest Ever Weekly Rise in Ebola Cases
500 new infections reported across West Africa, including first case in Senegal.
by WebMD