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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 have colluded with the same corporations that unleashed fossil fuel…

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U.S. Tobacco Must Issue “Corrective Statements” – When Will The Courts Demand The Same For Vaccine Makers “Tobacco Science”?

By Catherine J. Frompovich According to a federal court order, Altria, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard and Philip Morris USA were ordered to pay for and run newspaper and media advertisements stating: “More people,” one ad says, “die every year from smoking than murder, AIDS, suicide, drugs, car crashes, and alcohol, combined.” Another reads: “Cigarette…

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Microplastics on Beaches Now Recorded at Insane Levels

By Jason Erickson More attention is finally being given to determining the ill effects that microplastics (microbeads) are having on human health and the environment. Previous concerns have been raised in everything from toothpaste to beer to the wider ecosystem where it was found to threaten juvenile fish that were becoming addicted to them. Perhaps…

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The “Magic Tricks” Science Information Performs: California Takes Notice

By Catherine J. Frompovich Have you ever seen new or updated scientific information published on the Internet and then try to find it again, only to realize it’s disappeared or probably been “sanitized” from the net? The above happens quite often from what I know and have experienced personally, being a researcher/journalist. At first when…

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Can Low Doses of Chemicals Affect Your Health? A New Report Weighs the Evidence

By Rachel Shaffer, University of Washington Toxicology’s founding father, Paracelsus, is famous for proclaiming that “the dose makes the poison.” This phrase represents a pillar of traditional toxicology: Essentially, chemicals are harmful only at high enough doses. But increasing evidence suggests that even low levels of “endocrine disrupting chemicals” can interfere with hormonal signals in…

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Neuroscience Shows How Gut Bacteria Impact Emotions

By Anna Hunt It is becoming widely known that gut bacteria influence much more than our digestive process. The bacteria living in the digestive system impact our general health. Furthermore, scientists are now discovering that this influence goes beyond physical health. A study out of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) discovered evidence that…

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Does “Consensus Science” Deny EMF Cancer Risks; Why Don’t Government Agencies Challenge Vested Interests?

By Catherine J. Frompovich This is not any easy piece for me to write because I know from researching electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) and radiofrequencies (RFs) scientific literature, the damage that can be done to human health. Recently, Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor.  Didn’t Senator McCain’s staff announce on July…

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Fake Medical Research as Big a Problem as Fake News, Says Former CBS Anchor

By Alex Pietrowski As the world confronts the realization that mainstream media organizations are the primary source of fake news and corporate propaganda in our world, more information continues to come to light indicating that much of mainstream science and medical research is also largely fraudulent. In 2015 the editor of the prestigious Lancet Study…

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