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Time: Water tests at Flint elementary schools show increase in lead levels

Back in 2016 when the Flint, Michigan water crisis was at its height, heads rolled and promises were made. However, recent water tests at elementary schools in Flint, seem to indicate that the situation has actually gotten worse. In February, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality tested 28 samples and found that they were above 15

Family Saves Stranded Octopus – The Next Day, He Returns To Thank Them In Remarkable Fashion

When I came across this video the other day I knew I had to share it with you. I was in tears (happy) watching it… The family said: “We spent our Holidays at the red sea. While walking along a lonely beach we saw a stranded Octopus in the sand. We were not sure if

Canadian school board say no to mandatory vaccinations

We want to give a big, happy, shout out to the Manitoba school board this morning, who last week, overwhelmingly voted against lobbying the provincial government to make vaccines mandatory for all children going to school. RELATED STORY: Upholding religious and conscience-based vaccine exemptions The motion was put forward by the Brandon School Division at

Fluoride Literally Turns the Pineal Gland to Stone, Research Suggests

By Sayer Ji The pineal gland has been known as the ‘seat of soul’ for hundreds of years. Could fluoride, a ubiquitous vector of toxicity in the modern world, actually be calcifying this gland and literally turning it to stone?  The Discovery Research published in 2001 showed that fluoride (F) deposits in the pineal gland with

Knowingly and secretly deciding to put the buying public at risk

Written By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM The processed food industries now use tactics similar to those used by cigarette companies to undermine public health interventions. “In 1954 the tobacco industry paid to publish the ‘Frank Statement to Cigarette Smokers’ in hundreds of U.S. newspapers. It stated that the public’s health was the industry’s concern above all

New Yorker left BEDRIDDEN for almost a decade and sick all of her adult life after being poisoned by toxic mold in her apartment basement

Dana Anhalt, a writer from Huntington, New York, suffered from extreme pain and allergies all throughout her childhood but a diagnosis always seemed to elude her. While she was eventually diagnosed with Lyme disease in 2016, treatment didn’t help and her health continued to decline. However, in early 2017, that all changed when her decades-long struggle was

Upholding religious and conscience-based vaccine exemptions

By the World Mercury Project Team For many individuals and families, deeply held conscientious and religious beliefs play a guiding role in decisions about vaccination. Recognizing the primacy and legitimacy of these beliefs, 47 out of 50 states permit religious and/or conscience-based vaccine exemptions, and about 1% to 6% of kindergartners claim such exemptions. A religious exemption generally asserts that

Criminal investigation launched in death of dog placed in overhead bin

Last weekend, a flight attendant with United Airlines forced a woman to put her puppy Kokito, a French bulldog, in the overhead bin where it died. And now, a Texas district attorney is investigating the death of the puppy as a possible criminal offense. Beginning this April, United will issue brightly colored tags for carry-on bags containing animals.

How cells from an aborted fetus are used to create novel flavor enhancers

By Dr. Mercola For several years anti-abortion advocates have been warning that a new technology for enhancing flavors such as sweetness and saltiness uses aborted fetal cells in the process. The biotech company using this novel process, Senomyx, has signed contracts with Pepsi, Ajinomoto Co. (the maker of aspartame and meat glue), Nestlé and other food and beverage

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