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ABC: Father Accused of Handing Son Shotgun After the Son Confided to Parents About Suicidal Thoughts

A Maryland father has been arrested for allegedly physically abusing his 14-year-old son and giving the boy a shotgun when he confided that he was struggling with suicidal thoughts. Anthony Lewis, 46, allegedly grabbed a shotgun, thrust it into his son’s arms, and forced the boy’s hands over the trigger, WMAR reported. According to court […]

Parents pull children out of school to protest proposed mandatory HPV, flu vaccine legislation

Parents all across Long Island and New York state pulled their children out of school Thursday to oppose legislation working its way through the state Legislature that would mandate flu and HPV vaccinations for children. A group gathered outside Democratic Sen. Todd Kaminsky’s office, who is on the state’s health committee, in Rockville Centre. Protesters […]

A Healthy Man was Licked by His Dog. He was Dead Within Weeks.

A man in Germany died from a very rare infection he developed after his dog licked him. According to doctors, the unidentified 63-year-old was healthy before coming down with a fever, trouble breathing, leg pain, and a rash of purplish-red splotches on his face and legs. He was admitted to the intensive care unit when […]

AP: Uber Reports More Than 3,000 Sexual Assaults on 2018 Rides

More than 3,000 sexual assaults were reported during U.S. Uber rides in 2018, the company said in a long-awaited safety report. That figure includes 229 rapes across the company’s 1.3 billion rides. Uber noted that drivers and riders were both attacked, and that some assaults occurred between riders. In 2017, the company said 2,936 sexual […]

How to Prevent and Treat Seasonal Affective Disorder

Story at-a-glance – Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that occurs seasonally, typically ramping up in the fall and winter months and disappearing come spring Helpful treatments include optimizing your vitamin D and omega-3 levels, light therapy (including blue light exposure in the morning, but not later in the day), optimizing your […]

Institutional Inertia: Is Enough Being Done to Protect Children from Aluminum Toxicity?

By the Children’s Health Defense Team Aluminum is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust. For most of human history, aluminum was not bioavailable; however, it became so in the late 1880s when chemists developed and patented the smelting process that helped turned the metal into the fixture of modern life—and the omnipresent “ecotoxin”—that […]

ABC: Tennessee Man Finds Half-Dressed Intruders with Meth Chemicals in Crawl Space

A Tennessee man was startled when he saw an eye peering back at him through a hole in his flooring and discovered two half-naked men with chemicals used for making methamphetamine. Paul Mohlman was watching television on Monday when he said he heard a loud sound from the flooring at his home. When he went […]

WebMD and Healthline Exposed Violating Your Privacy

Written by Joseph Mercola, D.O.,Ph.D. Story at-a-glance – Dozens of popular health websites are tracking, storing and sharing your personal data without explicit consent, including WebMD (the leading health website) and Healthline (currently the third most popular health site) Of 100 health websites, 78% shared user data with DoubleClick, Google’s advertising arm, while 48% shared […]

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, November 30, 2019, #225

The weather makers are utilizing artificial ice nucleation processes everywhere they have enough atmospheric moisture to do so. What will be the consequences if we continue on the current course? Weather patterns and behavior continue to drift further and further from historical norms. Scientists have just disclosed that highly toxic fog is impacting the California […]

FOX: Department of Homeland Security May Require US Citizens be Photographed at Airports

The Department of Homeland Security said it is considering requiring that all travelers — including American citizens — be photographed as they enter or leave the country as part of an identification system using facial-recognition technology. The agency said in a recent filing that it expects to publish a proposed rule in July 2020. Critics […]

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