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Read the Shocking Conclusions from 28 Medical Studies Linking Fluoride to Lower IQ in Children

By Alex Pietrowski To date, there are at least 53 known international scientific studies concluding that fluoride consumption is harmful to the development of intelligence in children; it impairs their learning and memory capacity. Children are commonly exposed to fluoride from municipal water supplies, dental…

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One of America’s Largest Egg Producers Caught Using Child Slaves – Given to Them by US Gov’t

By John Vibes Marion, Ohio – This Monday, another suspect pleaded guilty to his role in a human-trafficking ring that took advantage of immigrant children and forced them into slave labor. 50-year-old Pablo Duran Ramirez Jr. is the fourth person to plead guilty in the…

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Your UNIVERSAL RIGHT TO INFORMED CONSENT Denied By Vaccine Pushers

By Catherine J. Frompovich “Virtually every human ailment has some basis in our genes.” [1] What affects human genes? Here are some of the more commonly recognized “triggers”: Genetics, epigenetics, environmental factors, chemicals, nutrition or lack thereof, electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs), radiofrequencies (RFs), and even medical…

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Healthcare Fraud Confirmed AGAIN: A System In Need Of Immediate Overhaul

By Catherine J. Frompovich California seems to be a place where innovation regarding health issues never seems to be lacking, especially when it comes to scams, fraud, and Big Pharma interests, e.g., vaccines! The latest boondoggle—actually a “fraudulent operation”—involved the most unfortunate denial of “care…

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Please Don’t Donate to Organizations that Endorse Human Rights Abuses Based on “Tobacco Science” Expertise

By Patricia Burke Many organizations including leading non-profit environmental and health advocacy groups promoting reduced reliance on fossil fuels have continued to endorse wireless smart utility meters. Despite documented reports of harm and human rights abuses, as well as evidence of environmental damage, various groups…

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Study Exposes Dark Side of Coffee Cultivation in Uganda

By Lauren Stralo, Lehigh University Coffee represents a multi-hundred-billion dollar industry, consumed almost entirely by industrialized nations while being cultivated, harvested and exported by the world’s poorer nations. And although there has been recent attention to Fair Trade coffee—which brings more economic benefits to growers—Fair…

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There’s A Definite Discrimination Aspect To Pennsylvania’s Smart Meter Law

By Catherine J. Frompovich What’s discrimination? But in the context of civil rights law, unlawful discrimination refers to unfair or unequal treatment of an individual (or group) based on certain characteristics, including:… [1] [CJF emphasis] [U]nequal treatment of persons, for a reason which has nothing…

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