AND OTHER HEALTH MATTERS
How Congress helped create the very mental illness that resulted in the Giffords shooting
Giffords was assaulted while doing what more representatives in Washington should be doing: Talking with their constituents at home in a public place, right out in the open. In an age where many members of Congress hide behind closed doors and spend more time meeting with corporate lobbyists than talking with their constituents, Giffords regularly took............... .......Read More>>>
WEEK ENDING 14TH JANUARY 2011
UK blames healthy people for causing flu vaccine shortage
After months of hyping up the flu scare across the UK, the mad rush of citizens seeking to buy the vaccine has caused a severe shortage. UK hospitals and clinics have run out of the vaccine, and now a prominent doctor has publicly urged UK authorities to outlaw the purchasing…. . .......Read More>>>
Man fined $5,200 for growing cucumbers in basement
Mission, British Columbia, resident Len Gratto recently experienced the wrath of local city officials who fined him $5,200 for growing cucumbers in his basement. Under current laws, municipal regulators are permitted to enter premises on suspicion that a homeowner is illegally growing marijuana -- .....Read More>>>
Vaccinations and allergy shots causing allergies to aluminium
An allergic reaction to aluminium used to be extraordinarily rare. That's not true any more, however, and researchers have been baffled for an explanation. Now it appears one has been found. It turns out that as the number of vaccinations...........… ......Read More>>>
US Government to Europe: Give This to Your People Or There Will be "Some Pain"
A WikiLeaks release of U.S. diplomatic cables has revealed that the Bush administration planned ways to retaliate against Europe for its refusal to use genetically modified seeds. According to Democracy Now:"In 2007, then-U.S. ambassador to France Craig Stapleton was concerned about France's decision to ban cultivation of genetically modified corn produced by biotech giant Monsanto. He also warned that a new French environmental review standard could spread anti-biotech policy across Europe ... .......Read More>>>
How to Solve Nearly Any Illness - Without Drugs
Rosenberg does a fine job pinning down some of the most dangerous drugs on the market today. It's a tough call, simply because there are so many to choose from. For a truly eye-opening list of "defective drugs," just take a look at drug litigators' Parker Waichman Alonso's web site. It's a sobering lineup!
Even commonly used............ .......Read More>>>