Tag: corporations

Did 24 Coke-Funded Studies on Childhood Obesity Fail to Disclose Coke’s Influence?

By Gary Ruskin How accurate were conflict of interest disclosures in at least 40 childhood obesity studies funded by The Coca-Cola Company? Not so accurate, according to a paper published in the Journal of Public Health Policy that analyzed studies from the International Study of Childhood Obesity,…

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How to Suppress Vaccine Safety Concerns and Protect Financial Interests — Part Two

World Mercury Project Targeted by the AAP and IAC By the World Mercury Project Team In Part One of this analysis, we described how two highly biased non-profits—the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Immunization Action Coalition (IAC)—have been attacking World Mercury Project and its Chairman,…

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Thunderclap: Replace NAFTA Day of Action National Call In Today

​Pennsylvania dairy farmer Brenda Cochran says, “The underlying crisis afflicting rural America–rural poverty–is a result of federal agriculture, dairy, food and trade policies that do not provide farmers a fair price–one that covers our costs of production.  ​Farmers do not need NAFTA–we need a fair price–and…

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New Revelation Sugar Industry Covered Up Serious Disease Link 50 Years Ago

By Heather Callaghan, Editor You may have heard of the sugar industry’s attempt to get dietary fat blamed for heart disease when it manipulated results to cover up sugar’s role in cardiovascular illness. There is more to the story… Last year, three researchers turned heads everywhere when…

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Tyson Foods Responsible for Chemical Release That Led to Mass Fish Death

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Tyson Foods – the largest U.S. chicken producer – has pleaded guilty in a chemical incident that led to the deaths of over 100,000 fish. The Arkansas-based poultry giant has claimed “full responsibility” for accidentally releasing an acidic chemical used in chicken feed…

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Future Medicine FAIL! Attempt To Label Natural Blaze ‘Fake News’ Points To Medical Journal Instead

By Brandon Turbeville, Natural Blaze In a typical obvious example of industry supported “science,” the journal Future Medicine has published a report in which it focuses not on science itself but on the notion of Fake News and how it applies to the perception and reception of…

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Report Shows Dire Consequences of Corporate Consolidation In Global Food Chain

By Jessica Corbett “The fight for market share is achieved at the expense of the weakest links in the chain: farmers, and workers.” As the European Commission considers a proposed mega-merger between Bayer and Monsanto, new research published Tuesday illustrates how corporations are monopolizing the global food system—jeopardizing…

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U.S. Inadvertently Proves Free Trade Doesn’t Work; Sanctions Made Better Russian Ag Eco, Food Independence

By Brandon Turbeville Over the past few decades, Americans may well have become the most heavily propagandized people on the face of the earth. This propaganda push reached a fever pitch after 9/11 and has intensified with each passing year, with Americans becoming more and more…

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