Report: EPA Tested Deadly Air Pollutants On Children
EPA exposed children to deadly air pollutants without disclosing the full risks of the substances.
by Michael Bastasch
Finally! The FDA Admits That Nearly Over 70% of U.S. Chickens Contain Cancer-Causing Arsenic
FDA has asked Pfizer to stop manufacturing the arsenic-containing drug found in the livers of nearly half of all chicken.
by Lauren DeCuir

WiFi May Be More Dangerous to Kids Than Previously Thought
Electromagnetic fields from microwaves, TVs, radios, cell phones, and Wi-Fi devices may possibly be carcinogenic…
by Dr. Edward F. Group III
The Secret to Immunity
Immune systems are neglected.
by Dr. Eldon Dahl

7 Children Taken from Parents During Search for "Miracle" Treatment Chemical
“If they had asked me if I had MMS, I’d say yes and give it to them.”
by Josh Berry
U.S.-built Ebola treatment centers in Liberia are nearly empty as outbreak fades
Only one thing missing from this state-of-the-art Ebola treatment center: Ebola patients.
by Washington Post

Don’t Worry: USDA Says Pesticide-Laden Food is Safe to Eat
“EPA has determined the extremely low levels of those residues are not a food safety risk…”
by Mike Barrett
Poor sleep in adolescence predicts future problems, study says
Adolescents who don’t get enough sleep may have long-term problems.
by Monte Morin

Seahawks Players Shill For Obamacare in New Ad
NFL players ask Americans to “make the right call” by enriching off-shore banks.
by Curtis Kalin
What They’re Not Telling You About Monsanto’s Role in Ukraine
Biotech takeover spreads to war-torn country.
by Christina Sarich

HPV vaccine controversy in Colombia continues
Symptoms experienced by the girls are related to the administration of Gardasil.
by Norma Erickson
People Separated From iPhones Suffer Psychological Effects, Study Finds
Users who were unable to answer their ringing iPhones while solving simple word search puzzles saw increases in their heart rates and blood pressure.
by CBS St. Louis

How Obama Lied About Obamacare
He knew he was lying.
by Eric Zuesse
Biotech Outraged After China Rejects Several Billion Tons of GMO Corn
China pushes back against Genetically Modified foods.
by Christina Sarich

Monsanto earnings fall on lower corn seed sales
St. Louis-based company reported profit of $243 million, down from $368 million…
by Associated Press
Mandatory Vaccinations in NY Upheld by 2nd Cir.
“…compulsory vaccination does not violate an individual’s due-process rights, given the state’s interest in protecting the population as a whole.”
by Lorraine Bailey