Black Community Pushes Back Against Modern Tuskegee Experiments on Children
Human spirit and love of community is infinitely greater than the stroke of a governor’s pen.
by Jefferey Jaxen
California Governor Jerry Brown Signs Mandatory Vaccine Bill
Says ‘science is clear’ on vaccines
by Sacramento Bee

The Billion-dollar Business to Sell Us Crappy Food
New report sheds light on the covert tactics used to shape public opinion about what we eat.
by Anna Lappé
Fluoridation May Not Prevent Cavities, Scientific Review Shows
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Division of Oral Health says it’s “safe and effective.”
by Douglas Main

Sick: ‘Intolerable Levels’ of Monsanto’s Glyphosate Found in Breast Milk
“I would never have guessed that the quantities are so high.”
by Christina Sarich

Gov't Declares War on Alternative Medicine
Feds take on potential treatments.
by The Alex Jones Show
New Study: DDT Exposure Linked to 4-Fold Breast Cancer Increase
It’s been silently happening for decades.
by Christina Sarich

Herbicide-Resistant Insects Are Destroying GMO Crops Like Never Before
So biotech tries to make even stronger toxic crops, chemicals .
by Christina Sarich
Gov. Markell Signs Bill Expanding Access To Medical Marijuana For Children
New law allows kids under 18 to get access to medical marijuana oil with a doctor’s prescription.
by CBS Philly

AMA Verifies Whistleblower Warning of Vaccine Harm to Infants
Vaccinating “low birth weight” infants linked to adverse effects.
by Infowars Nightly News
New JAMA Study Confirms Nurse Whistleblower: Routine Hospital Vaccine Damage Happening to Infants
Journal of the American Medical Association study confirms whistleblower’s testimony that hospitals are covering up infant vaccine injury.
by Jefferey Jaxen

American Adults Surpass Children in Taking Drugs to Stay Focused
“We’ve shifted more effort into the adult ADHD market,” says CEO of biopharmaceutical company.
by Makiko Kitamura
Study Links Erectile Dysfunction Drug with Skin Cancer
Most pronounced risk was seen in men who had filled a single prescription.
by AFP

General Mills Dropping Artificial Ingredients From Cereals
Trix and Reese’s Puffs will be among the first cereals to undergo the changes
by AP
The Town that Banned Wi-Fi
‘Electrosensitive’ people are flocking to the West Virginian home of a deep-space telescope, attracted by the rules prohibiting phones, TVs and radios. But, as Ed Cumming reveals, their arrival means Green Bank is far from peaceful.
by Ed Cumming