Category Archives: Health

Psychiatric drugs do more harm than good, says expert

The Guardian | May 19, 2015

By Sarah Boseley

Psychiatric drugs do more harm than good and the use of most antidepressants and dementia drugs could be virtually stopped without causing harm, an expert on clinical trials argues in a leading medical journal.

Nebraska Has Ordered a State of Emergency Over Bird Flu

Time | May 15, 2015

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Over 33 million birds in 16 states have now been affected by the pathogen

McDonald’s Assaults Reporter for Asking About McNugget Ingredients at SXSW

Infowars | March 17, 2015

By Anthony Gucciardi

McDonald’s is admittedly losing money fast each and every month as consumers reject their GMO-laden ‘food’ products. In an effort to become ‘more hip’ to the emerging trends in the marketplace, McDonald’s is ‘going natural’ — but watch as they assault a reporter after he asks what’s in their McNuggets.

Water Fluoridation Linked to Higher ADHD Rates

Newsweek | March 11, 2015

By Douglas Main

New research shows there is a strong correlation between water fluoridation and the prevalence of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, in the United States.

Flashback: 52 of 98 Teens Who Contracted Measles in Quebec Were Fully Vaccinated

CBC | October 20, 2011

Originally published in October 2011

An unusual vaccine observation from a large measles outbreak in Quebec may raise some alarm among those who attend the annual meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America.

Government Health Care Website Quietly Sharing Personal Data

AP | January 20, 2015

By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and JACK GILLUM

The government’s health insurance website is quietly sending consumers’ personal data to private companies that specialize in advertising and analyzing Internet data for performance and marketing, The Associated Press has learned.

Disneyland Measles Outbreak Caused By Vaccine?

Infowars | January 24, 2015

The recent measles outbreak in Disneyland has caused quite a stir, as the disease was thought to be nearly eradicated in the US.