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Nevada Results So Far What happened yesterday in the Nevada caucuses? The story is ongoing… Also, what is Ron Paul reporting from Minnesota?
GSK fined after over vaccine trials; 14 babies reported dead “GlaxoSmithKline Argentina Laboratories Company was fined 400,000 pesos by Judge Marcelo Aguinsky following a report issued by the National Administration of Medicine, Food and Technology (ANMAT in Spanish) for irregularities during lab vaccine trials conducted between 2007 and 2008 that allegedly killed 14 babies.”
Vaccines: They’re Not Just for Kids (But Too Few U.S. Adults Are Getting Immunized) Shots are never fun no matter what your age, but according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), adults may dread them (almost) as much as children. Each year, 45,000 Americans die from vaccine-preventable diseases.
More vaccine readied to battle whooping cough More vaccine doses are being stockpiled in case an outbreak of whooping cough in the eastern Fraser Valley spreads further west.
‘Strict action against anti-vaccination groups’ “The collector has requested the public to inform the police or the nearest health center, if they have any information regarding anti-vaccination groups or about their campaign.”
Parents urge more tests as twitches spread at New York school “…doctors [still] say conversion disorder – once called mass hysteria – is to blame among an expanding list of patients.
Big brother now spies on journalists, keeps records of online activity What began as a simple program to address safety and security issues at the 2010 Winter Olympics has become a massive online spying operation targeted at journalists and writers.
Victims of toxic FEMA trailers cannot sue government, rules Big Brother federal judge The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will not be held responsible for providing toxic, formaldehyde-laden trailers to thousands of displaced individuals following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Is social media spreading twitching hysteria? In the case of nearly 20 teenagers with a twitching disorder in upstate New York, doctors say the symptoms may be spreading faster through the girls’ own use of Facebook and other forms of social media.
Komen Reverses Stance on Planned Parenthood Grants “We want to apologize to the American public for recent decisions that cast doubt upon our commitment to our mission of saving women’s lives,” the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation said in a statement. “We will continue to fund existing grants, including those of Planned Parenthood, and preserve their eligibility to apply for future grants, while maintaining the ability of our affiliates to make funding decisions that meet the needs of their communities.”
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Is the Super Bowl killing you? Past studies have linked the weeks following the Super Bowl to increased risk of heart attacks among sports fans – especially those fans whose team loses the big game…
Prescriptions Blog: Drug Makers Dial Down TV Advertising Pharmaceutical companies have cut spending on television advertising by 20 percent over the last five years, according to a Nielsen study. Analysts expect drug advertising to continue to fall as more brand-name drugs face generic competition.
Leak shuts down S. California reactor “The company said a small amount of radiation may have leaked into the atmosphere, but it was not enough to endanger the health of area residents or plant employees.”
More leaks found at crippled Japan nuclear plant The radiation keeps leaking in Fukushima…
Silver packs a punch as chemotherapy drug Compounds of silver are as effective against breast and colon cancer cells as a leading chemotherapy drug and may result in fewer side effects
Latest illnesses point to raw milk’s popularity An outbreak of bacterial infections on the East Coast illustrates the popularity of raw, unpasteurized milk despite strong warnings from public health officials about the potential danger.
Environment affects mental illness genes Genes linked to schizophrenia and autism are members of a select club of genes regulated during environmentally sensitive times, U.S. researchers said.
Raw food dieting leads to weight loss success Out of all the weight loss programs that exist, very few are as simple and obvious as a raw food diet. People often forget about the calories that get padded on to foods through basic cooking techniques.
Obesity could be infectious We’ve heard obesity can be “spread” between friends when we copy each other’s eating habits, but a new study in mice suggests obesity could actually be infectious – as in something you can catch…
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