A five-year-old girl has become the youngest victim of tough-talking Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s “war on drugs” that has left more than 1900 people dead in seven weeks.
Danica May died from a gunshot wound to the head after unidentified gunmen opened fire on her family as they sat down to lunch in their
Finland is pushing ahead with a plan to test the effects of paying a basic income as it seeks to protect state finances and move more people into the labor market.
The Social Insurance Institution of Finland, known as Kela, will be responsible for carrying out the experiment that would start
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%.
“Look, no one’s more frustrated than me,” Mylan Chief
3D printing is the way of the future. We can now print anything from drugs to new shells for hurt tortoises, or even braces – at a fraction of the cost of regular production.
But what about 3D printing in chemical vats? A company called BAE systems
The Philippines’ national police chief has said 712 people have been killed in police operations since 1 July in President Rodrigo Duterte’s hardline war on drugs.
Madman Rodrigo Duterte took office in the Philippines last month.
Speaking at a Senate hearing on extrajudicial killings, Ronald Dela Rosa said 1,067 killings by vigilante groups
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
Enraged North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is alleged to have ordered terror attacks against top South Korean nationals living in China and other East Asian nations over the defection of a London-based diplomat. The step is believed to be part of a series of harsh measures, including abductions that Kim has taken following Thae
The ability to detect planets around distant stars has grown remarkably in just the last few years due to a combination of improved instruments and better techniques. Where not so long ago it was possible only to discover large, Jupiter-like worlds, now, year by year scientists are discovering More…
By Dr. Mercola
As you may have noticed, there’s an ongoing campaign aimed at regulating supplements as drugs.1 This would allow the drug industry to eliminate the competition of the supplement industry, thereby increasing its own profits.
The primary talking point is that supplements are not regulated as drugs, so they
Back in 1968, at the age of 22, Donald J. Trump seemed the picture of health.
He stood 6 feet 2 inches with an athletic build; had played football, tennis and squash; and was taking up golf. His medical history was unblemished, aside from a routine appendectomy when he was 10.
But after he graduated
It’s blobby. It’s bright purple. It lives under the water. But what is it? Scientists aren’t exactly sure just yet.
The research vessel Nautilus is a floating laboratory equipped with cameras that can peer deep down to the ocean floor. Researchers with the Ocean Exploration Trust posted
At least 85 civilians, including almost a dozen children, have been killed after US air strikes targeted an area in northern Syria held by Islamic State (Isis/Daesh) fighters, a monitoring group has said.
Some eight families were reportedly wiped out in the IS-controlled village of Tokhar near Manbij on Tuesday (19 July), in what
Yesterday, the New York Times reported an indisputable bombshell: Donald Trump has been offering prospective Vice Presidential nominees the chance to run the entire executive office — domestically and internationally:
One day this past May, Donald Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., reached out to a senior adviser to Gov. John Kasich
Highlights •Mitochondria are sensitive to both E-cig aerosols and metal nanoparticles. •Increased mtROS by E-cig aerosol is associated with disrupted mitochondrial energy. •E-cig causes nuclear DNA fragmentation. •E-cig aerosols induce pro-inflammatory response in human fibroblasts. Abstract
Oxidants or nanoparticles have recently been identified as constituents of aerosols released from various styles of electronic
The U.S. intelligence community has officially lifted the veil on 28 classified pages from the first congressional investigation into the 9/11 terror attacks that some believe, once exposed, could demonstrate a support network inside the United States for two of those al-Qaeda hijackers.
Today, the Obama administration declassified those documents — closely
You’d expect a God of War statue to look pretty epic. But there’s epic and then there’s EPIC, and this enormous statue of Guan Yu, a famous general in Chinese history who was later deified, is most definitely EPIC.
Enormous statue of Guan Yu
The statue has just been unveiled in Guan Yu Park
Kremlin claims about a spacecraft that could fire weapons anywhere on Earth within two hours may have just kick-started a nuclear arms race in space.
The U.S. X-37B – amateur skywatchers are enjoying the cat-and-mouse game with the US military’s “space weapon” / AP Read
The Russian military claims it’s making progress on a
NEWLY-INSTALLED Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has reiterated his tough stance on crime by urging the public to not only kill drug dealers, but addicts as well.
His remarks came barely a day after he was sworn in as the country’s 16th president in Manila on Thursday, Vice reported.
She was helping Coca-Cola influence world health officials on sugar limits.
Dr. Barbara Bowman, Formerly of the CDC
We wish this were unusual. But in yet another blatant example of government/medical cronyism, Dr. Barbara Bowman, director of the Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention at the CDC (the Centers for Disease Control
The Philippine Government’s top lawyer has called for police to kill more suspected drug criminals, as he defended President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal war on crime against mounting criticism.
Rodrigo Duterte took office in the Philippines last month.
Key points: Police have killed more than 110 people since Duterte won elections Country’s top lawyer says