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FOX: UPS eyes in-home health services with US vaccine project

United Parcel Service Opens a New Window. Inc wants to get beyond U.S. doorsteps with a new push into healthcare. The world’s largest package delivery firm is preparing to test a U.S. service that dispatches nurses to vaccinate adults in their homes, Reuters has learned, as the company and its healthcare clients work to fend […]

CBS: FL Senate gives right to grow veggies in the front yard a green thumbs up

Yesterday the Florida Senate voted to give Floridians the right to grow vegetable gardens in their front yards! The bill will now move to the House. “SB 82 prohibits a county or municipality from regulating vegetable gardens on residential properties, voiding any current regulations regarding the produce patches. Local governments, however, can still adopt a local […]

65 chemical cross-contaminants found in popular children’s vaccine INFANRIX Hexa

Facebook, which seems to have become a government-run agency claiming to help fight the war on ‘fake news,’ has pledged to delete and flag content that spreads misinformation. This is great, and should be done, but the only problem is that content around the internet is being taken down, flagged, and deemed as a ‘conspiracy […]

Dolphins poisoned by algae also showed signs of Alzheimer’s-like brain disease

Photo Credit: MIAMI HERALD A new study led by University of Miami researchers has found that the toxins produced by blue-green algae have been found in dead dolphins “that also showed signs of Alzheimer’s-like brain disease.“1Published Wednesday in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS One, this study is the first to show detectable levels of the toxin (BMAA) […]

NBC: Teachers Were Injured After Being Shot With Plastic Pellets “Execution-Style” During An Active Shooter Drill

Meadowlawn Elementary School via Facebook In January, 30 teachers at Meadowlawn Elementary School in Monticello, Indiana participated in an active shooter drill conducted by the White County Sheriff’s Department, and “left with bruises, welts, and in some cases bloody and broken skin”1 thanks to being shot multiple times with plastic pellets. “The incident came to […]

CDC’s recommendation for Hepatitis B vaccination in infants. Are there more risks than benefits?

The CDC’s recommendation for universal hepatitis B vaccination of infants puts most children at unnecessary risk of harm from the vaccine. [Note: This is the first installment of a three-part series examining the CDC’s rationale for its universal infant hepatitis B vaccination recommendation.] By Jeremy R. Hammond, Contributing Writer, Children’s Health Defense Parents are told by […]

This 500-plant edible garden mostly cares for itself, why not copy it?

A process known as “succession” occurs when one plant species replaces another. As explained in the National Geographic short film featured above, when an area is left to its own devices, it will naturally turn into a forest over time, replete with a wide variety of plant species, and this diversification occurs unaided by man. […]

Bill would ban late-harvest spraying of Roundup weedkiller on oats

Thinking of her constituents, and especially their children, this week Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.) introduced legislation that would “dramatically limit American children’s exposure to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller, in food.”1Cur Although the bill would only ban late-harvest spraying of glyphosate on oats and require the federal government to test popular kids […]

Daily low-dose aspirin for heart attack or stroke no longer recommended for older adults

After years of suggesting that old adults could benefit from a daily 75- to 100-milligram dose of aspirin to help fight cardiovascular problems, the American Heart Association “along with the America College of Cardiology released the findings of a clinical trial that found aspirin did not prolong life in elderly adults who do not have […]

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