By Javier Cardenal Taján
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.
Likewise, two doctors -Héctor […]
By Javier Cardenal Taján
by Todd Welch
Wisconsin Campaign for Liberty
Despite objections inside and outside the courtroom, a farmer was fingerprinted, photographed and booked in the basement of the Wisconsin Sauk County Courthouse in Baraboo.
What was his crime?
Selling raw milk to those who wanted it.
Because of these “horrible crimes”, Amish raw milk farmer Vernon […]
By Susan Andrew
Carol Koury, owner of Asheville’s Sow True Seed, joined some 82 other farmers, advocacy groups, and seed companies as part of a class action lawsuit brought in federal court today, Jan. 31, in New York. The Organic Seed Grower and Trade Association and others are taking on […]
by Alliance for Natural Health
In another outrageous power-grab, FDA says your own stem cells are drugs—and stem cell therapy is interstate commerce because it affects the bottom line of FDA-approved drugs in other states!
We wish this were a joke, but it’s the US Food and Drug Administration’s latest claim […]
Coconut oil’s been getting a lot of press lately for its amazing health benefits. It’s great to cook with, adding a subtle richness to foods and doesn’t break down at high temperatures meaning that it’s perfect for frying. And, it’s also great outside the kitchen! Here are […]
by Katie Kimball
Since I’ve been making an effort to eat more fat and the right kind of fat, flying in the face of popular opinion, I haven’t gained a pound. My cholesterol is great, and my husband’s lipid levels also have not changed (except for his HDL – the good stuff – going up).
By Dr. Mercola
Paula Deen’s rise to fame is built on scrumptious high-sugar, highly processed foods with a distinct Southern flare.
Her latest show, “Paula’s Best Dishes,” is a hit on the Food Network, and she also has several popular cook books to her name.
While no doubt tasty, the meals Ms. Deen promotes can easily lead to […]
Repeal HPV Vaccine for Girls—Not a Dream: Commonwealth of Virginia House of Delegates Passed Such a Bill
By Catherine J. Frompovich
Finally—and thank God, if I still can say that—some legislators have come to their senses about the obviously dangerous HPV vaccines touted as preventing either the human papillomavirus and/or cervical cancer, Gardasil® and Cervarix®.
Perhaps some Virginia state legislators examined the CDC’s VAERS reports and found what Drs. […]
by Dr. Mercola
Spending on cholesterol-lowering drugs like statins increased by $160 million in 2010, for a total spending of nearly $19 billion in the U.S., the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics reported in their Use of Medicines in the United States: Review of 2010.
In all, more than 255 million prescriptions were dispensed […]
Saturated fat and cardiovascular disease: The discrepancy between the scientific literature and dietary advice
Volume 28, Issue 2 , Pages 118-123, February 2012
Given the large social impact of dietary advice, it is important that the advice have a solid scientific basis. Evidence-based dietary advice should be built on results from all studies available, according to a given methodology. Conclusions should be a valid representation […]