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International Tribunal Gives Monsanto the Ax

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“Most opinion tribunals have had a considerable impact, and it is now accepted that they contribute to the progressive development of international law.” —International Monsanto Tribunal Advisory Opinion, The Hague, April 18, 2017

On Tuesday, April 18, representatives of the Organic Consumers Association and our Regeneration International project gathered

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Over 100 Cancer Research Papers Pulled Over Peer Review Fraud!

The journal Tumor Biology is retracting 107 research papers after discovering that the authors faked the peer review process. This isn’t the journal’s first rodeo. Late last year, 58 papers were retracted from seven different journals— 25 came from Tumor Biology for the same reason.

It’s possible to fake peer review

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Mental Health of Americans at All Time Low

More Americans than ever before suffer from serious psychological distress, and the country’s ability to meet the growing demand for mental health services is rapidly eroding.

Researchers from NYU Langone Medical Center analyzed a federal health information database and concluded that 3.4 percent of the U.S. population (more than 8.3 million) adult Americans suffer

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Last “Known” Person Born During the 1800’s has Passed

ROME — Emma Morano, at 117 the world’s oldest person who is also believed to have been the last surviving person born in the 1800s, died Saturday at her home in northern Italy, her physician said.

Emma Morano, thought to be the world’s oldest person and the last to be born in the 1800s,

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Arkansas Pushing 7 Executions in 7 Days

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Lawyers for seven Arkansas inmates scheduled to die this month because a key execution drug will soon expire went to federal court Monday to argue that the state’s aggressive plan raises the risk that their deaths will be cruel and unusual.

A view of the “lethal injection chamber” at New Bilibid Prison, the Philippines

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Brain Infecting Worm Concerning Health Official’s in Hawaii

“The parasites are in the lining of my brain, moving around.” A sharp rise in infections stemming from a parasitic worm that invades the human brain has health officials in the Hawaiian island of Maui worried.

Six cases of rat lungworm disease have so far been confirmed in Maui in the

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Apparently the Most Popularly Used Insecticides Increase Diabetes Risk

Organophosphates are the most frequently and largely applied insecticide in the world due to their biodegradable nature. Gut microbes were shown to degrade organophosphates and cause intestinal dysfunction.

The diabetic inducing nature of organophosphates was recently reported but the underlying molecular mechanism is unclear. We aimed to understand the role

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Monsanto Takes a hit Over UN-Sealed Court Documents Revealing Cancer Risk

The reputation of Roundup, whose active ingredient is the world’s most widely used weed killer, took a hit on Tuesday when a federal court unsealed documents raising questions about its safety and the research practices of its manufacturer, the chemical giant Monsanto.

Jasper Juinen | Bloomberg | Getty Images Bottles of Roundup weed

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Don’t Let your Doctor Get Away with Simply Stating Vaccines are Safe

CDC document bombshell reveals list of all vaccine excipients, including “African Green Monkey Kidney Cells” and fibroblast cells from aborted human fetuses … see the complete list Almost no one has any real idea what’s found in vaccines. When they allow themselves to be injected with vaccines, they’re oblivious to the fact that they are

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Palestinian mother dies after giving birth to 69 children

A 40-year-old woman in Palestine passed away after giving birth to 69 children.

According to Al Arabiya, the death of a 40-year-old woman was reported by her husband to Gaza Al-An news agency. The report mentioned that the woman before passing away gave birth to 69 children.

According to the report, the woman had given

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WHO Urges Quick Development of Superbug Killers

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has urgently called for the creation of new drugs to tackle 12 superbugs which do not respond to antibiotics, warning that drug resistance is on the rise.

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The “priority pathogens” list released by the organization on Monday, catalogs 12 families of bacteria which

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Lethal Resistant Bacteria Spreading in U.S. Hospitals

A dangerous type of superbug has more tricks up its sleeves than we may be giving it credit for, a new study suggests.

The researchers found that this class of bacteria, CREs — that’s short for carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae — has more ways to evade antibiotics than have been currently identified, and that

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H5N2 Virus Surfaces in Montana

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The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has detected the presence of Eurasian/North American reassortant H5N2 avian influenza in a wild mallard duck in Fergus County, Montana. No illness or mortalities in domestic poultry in the U.S. have been detected.

The sample, taken from a hunter-harvested

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They Have Again Re-Named this Dangerous Food Additive

Big food has made many attempts in the past to trick consumers and rename harmful ingredients.

One of these ingredients is high fructose corn syrup.

High fructose corn syrup has had many different names, including fructose, corn syrup, corn sugar, isoglucose, and glucose syrup…

And these are just a few of

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Nano-discs That can Clear out Cancer Cells

New research is being conducted to develop nanotechnology that teaches your immune system to destroy tumor cells, giving hope to the 14.5 million Americans with a history of cancer. This research will need a very long time until it is available for treatment but recent advancements is cancer treatment are leaving a lot to

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Unidentified Disease Breakout in Pakistan, 30,000 Infected

Islamabad, Dec 20 (Prensa Latina) Health authorities in the southern Pakistani province of Sindh are on alert for the spread of a mysterious disease that has infected about 30,000 people in a month, causing joint pain and fever.

Various blood samples are being tested by the Aga Khan University Hospital, the Islamabad National Health Institute

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Minorities Disproportionately Targeted by Junk Food Pushers

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African-American and Latino children are more likely to be exposed to junk food ads than their white counterparts, a new study finds. New calls are being made for advertisers and networks to “do more” to prevent bad dining choices.

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In the US alone, companies spend around $1.8 billion marketing junk food directly

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Many GMO Studies Rife with Conflicts of Interest

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Financial conflicts of interest were found in 40 percent of published research articles on the genetically modified crops, also known as GMO crops, French researchers said this week.

The findings in the December 15 edition of the US journal PLOS ONE focused on hundreds of published in international scientific

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Big Pharma: Spending Millions to Keep prices High

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Pharmaceutical heavyweight Mylan, the latest poster child for drug-industry greed, finally stuck up for itself Thursday. It argued that “the system,” not avarice, was to blame for the company jacking up the price of EpiPens, a common (and life-saving) allergy remedy, by over 400%.

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“Look, no one’s more frustrated than me,” Mylan Chief

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Samsung Wont Reveal Chemicals That Caused Worker Cancer

An AP investigation finds that South Korean authorities have repeatedly allowed Samsung to use trade-secrets concerns to block the release of information about chip workers exposure to chemicals and other hazards.

SEOUL—As a high school senior, Hwang Yu-mi went to work bathing silicon wafers in chemicals at a Samsung factory that makes computer chips

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