Vaccines Toys, Toys in Vaccines, Are We Having Fun Yet?

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The Japanese have been known for innovation in a variety of fields and the creation of the delicacy of sushi is a favorite for some. Many would automatically think of the Japanese as having brought about advances in technology including cameras, … [Read more...]

GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical to Pay Large Sum for Fraud, Menu to Follow

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GlaxoSmithKline is a large Pharmaceutical Corporation that likes to be known as a “healthcare” company. It has laboratories that test for safety and it has the ability to boost profits for both the drugs they create as well as the vaccines that … [Read more...]

Is Pharmaceutical Research Pseudo Science?

Is Pharmaceutical Research Pseudo Science?

Watch this video on how studies are picked or chosen. The same beneficial study can be re-written in a way that makes it appear that different studies were done.... Negative findings can be omitted. Many are GHOSTWRITTEN Is the entire industry … [Read more...]

Shale Gas Fracking: Drill Now, Worry Later?

Shale Gas Fracking

There's no doubt as to the positive impact that shale gas fracking would have on the American economy.  Combine that with some of the new alternative energy sources such as solar power, and America's dependency on foreign energy could be … [Read more...]

Drug Manufacturers “Not Required” to Notify Public of Drug-Safety Recalls

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Did you know that major pharmaceutical drug manufactures are not required by law to notify the public of their product /drug recalls? Informing the public of recalls is reserved for the FDA, who in one recent studies opinion, is performing "below … [Read more...]

Goodwill Salaries: Taking Advantage of Disabled Employees

Goodwill Salaries

Here's A Case of the Blind "Not" Leading The Blind... Goodwill has been paying salaries for employees with disabilities as little as $1.44 per hour. It is legal. Under the "Fair Labor Standards Act," employers have permission from the … [Read more...]

LeRoy Mystery Disease/Illness Update 6/14/2012: Air, Soil, Water tests Negative

LeRoy Mystery Disease/Illness Update 7/14/2012: Air, Soil, Water tests Negative

Update 6/14/2012: It's been a while since we've heard anything about the LeRoy Mystery Disease/Illness, which affected more than a couple dozen (mostly teenage girls) with sudden and inexplicable Tourette's like twitching/tic symptoms. Since most … [Read more...]

Harvard Affiliated Hospital Loses 150 Brains for Research or, is this Just Another Case of Freezer Burn?

A Harvard -Affiliated Hospital Loses 150 Brains for Research or is this Just Another Case of "Freezer Burn?"

150 brains of people afflicted with Autism, Parkinson's Disease, Neurological conditions and Schizophrenia have rotted because a freezer lost power at the facility. The alarm that should have sounded did not. It was 3 days before anyone noticed the … [Read more...]

Aussie Autism Discrimination? Entry Visa Denied For Family with Autistic Daughter

Autism Discrimination

Sometimes a change of scenery with a new job and fresh start is all that it takes for a man and his family to be happy. That was at least the plan for UK Police Sergeant Peter Threlfall, who had already accepted a position as a constable in the … [Read more...]

10 Top Hospital Mistakes: Some Patients Live to Tell About

Hospital Mistakes

Here's a healthcare trivia question for you... How many people die on average each year due to hospital mistakes? The answer- more than a quarter million according to CNN, who just published an article featuring the 10 most common mistakes you … [Read more...]