Roll over Ebola: measles is the deadly new threat
“Most of the people are saying that the government is trying to bring Ebola back and that is why they are talking about a measles vaccine…”
by Zoom Dosso
Cancer Concerns Raised Over Artificial Turf Fields
“There is probably no doubt that there is exposure to some of the chemicals that may cause cancer, respiratory or skin sensitization…”
by Ryan Kath

Orange County Family Says Hospital Wants To Pull The Plug On Woman
“Pretty much they’re trying to kill her to reduce them from having to pay the bill that it would cost to keep her alive…”
by CBS Los Angeles
CBO: Obamacare to Hit Only 65% of 2015 Coverage Target
Socialist health program a failure.
by Jeffrey H. Anderson

4 Ways This Food Crushes Cancer and Inflammation in Your Body
A must-have at your dinner table .
by Barbara Minton
Biotech Bans Anti-GMO Group from SXSW Food Supply Panel
Corporate-run festival shuns dissenting voices.
by Jefferey Jaxen

SXSW Patrons Want Real Food, Not GMOs
Biotechs refuse to discuss safety of GMOs at SXSW.
by Jakari Jackson
Sierra Leone: How Ebola Fools Even the Experts
Epidemic has infected more than 24,000 people.
by Maggie Fox

Do Vaccines Contain Aborted Fetal Tissue?
Initial MMR experiments involved growing rubella in cell culture utilizing fibroblasts from lungs of aborted fetus.
by Dr. Edward Group
Sierra Leone Health Care Workers Being Tested For Ebola In New Zealand, UK
“Based on the patient’s symptoms, the Ebola virus needs to be ruled out.”
by Sneha Shankar

Intake of Sugar Still Soaring As WHO Changes Sugar Intake Guidelines
“…weight gain and obesity is a major public health concern for many countries, an increasing concern.”
by Dr. Eldon Dahl
Bankrupt Detroit Still Paying For Fluoride – Even During Water Shut Down
Citizens are paying for poison
by Jefferey Jackson

Big Pharma Giant Guilty of Selling Tainted Children’s Tylenol – Knowingly
Even if it meant facing a federal criminal charge.
by Mike Barrett
Doctor Admits Benefits Of Marijuana
Feds know benefits of marijuana, too.

After first lab-grown burger, test-tube chicken is next on menu
Two years after scientists cooked up the first test tube beef hamburger, researchers in Israel are working on an even trickier recipe: the world’s first lab-grown chicken. Professor Amit Gefen, a bioengineer at Tel Aviv University, has begun a year-long feasibility study into manufacturing chicken in a lab, funded by a non-profit group called the […]
by Tova Cohen, Eric Auchard
FDA Advisory Committee Approves Treatment for Double Chin
“first-in-class submental contouring injectable drug”
by ABC News Radio