Atos Healthcare staff are increasingly coming under attack, source claim.s Around 160 incidents of staff being assaulted or abused each month last year. Accused of making unfair decisions on when sick and disabled people lose benefits, government report found its assessors of unacceptably poor quality.
Roundup herbicide (aka glyphosate) and its still-toxic degradation byproduct AMPA were found in over 75% of the air and rain samples tested from Mississippi in 2007. Biopollution from GMOs produces uncontrollable and irreversible changes in the genomes of affected organisms.
NASA is developing a humanoid robot to perform medical procedures, including surgery, at International Space Station. Named 'Robonaut 2, undergoing development, tests at Houston Methodist Research Institute. Already a robot at the space station, can perform basic tasks.
Whole Foods list of ‘Unacceptable Ingredients” includes MSG, fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, artificial preservatives, hydrogenated fats. 97% of drinks/soda sold at Walmart contain ingredients Whole Foods considers “unacceptabe. Walmart feeds much of America, largest grocery store in country.
Dr. Brian John respected member of the scientific community wrote letter to Professor Anne Glover, the Chief Scientific Advisor to EU President. He states that there is abundant evidence GMOs cause harm, claim of ‘no adverse evidence’ of GMO impacts on our health and environment is a lie.
Around 16 per cent of the people who use 'right-to-die' organisations such as Dignitas have no underlying health problems listed on their death certificates. women, educated, divorced, rich people more likely to die from assisted suicide. Loneliness, feeling unloved twice as likely to kill you as being fat.
As fallout continues over news dozens of kids’ lunches were dumped last month because of overdue payments, Salt Lake City School District leaders decided to hire a public relations firm, issued request for proposals from public relations firms for $49,999 $1 shy of what’s required for full board approval,
Republican lawmaker in Arkansas attempting to insert amendment into Medicaid expansion bill prevent state from using federal funds to promote Obamacare, doesn’t want uninsured to know about their healthcare options. “We’re trying to create barrier to enrollment to lower costs.
H1N1 virus has seen a resurgence this year, infecting more than 6,600 Americans since October and resulting in deaths beyond epidemic levels since mid-January. Influenza was responsible for 8.4 percent of all deaths in the 122 cities that report such statistics.
The termination of a safety manager from a Washington state nuclear facility this week marks the second time in four months that a whistleblower was fired from there after speaking out, raising concerns about safety issues during her half-decade tenure.
Finnish reindeer breeders testing reflective sprays on the animals’ antlers so they are more visible to motorists at night.said Tuesday. Between 3,000 and 5,000 accidents involving reindeer every year. If test gives positive results, the association plans to spray more animals next autumn.
EPA restrictions ban production, sale of the kinds of wood-burning stoves that compose 80 percent of those currently in use in the United States rule changes enacted following pressure from environmental groups. Tightened restrictionson the level of fine airborne particulate emissions wood-burning stove emit.
French are preparing to restore a GMO maize ban in their country just before farmers prepare for Spring planting. A Senator of the currently ruling socialist party is calling for a ban to counteract an anticipated swell of activist upset over genetically modified organisms. France largest grower of crops in Europe,
Uncle Ben’s rice has been American staple for years,‘fortified’ rice variety proven full of toxic constituents, cause headaches, nausea, skin rashes, other undesirable symptoms. FDA issuing recall, days after product reported to be loaded with heavy metals, MSG, arsenic,synthetic B vitamins.
State law allows residents to have backyard shooting ranges, concerned about law not having clearly defined rules on safety. Florida, some of least restrictive gun regulations in country, passed law in 2011, keep local lawmakers from making changes $5,000 fine, removed from office should they try.
Jamaica, politicians discuss easeing marijuana laws. Mexico City, lawmakers proposed new plan to let stores sell cannabis. From the Americas to Europe to North Africa and beyond, the marijuana legalization movement is gaining unprecedented traction. Some see a potentially lucrative industry in regulation.
People with serious pre-existing diseases, paying for expensive drug treatments no help from health care exchanges.If medicine needed isn't on list, not covered. doesn't count against your deductible. Have to pay completely out of pocket. MS patient could be expected to pay $62,000 just for one medication.
The Nazis considered using mosquitoes as biological weapons during the second world war, research has revealed. Towards the end of the war, scientists at an institute in Dachau conducted research into how malaria-infested infected insects could be kept alive for long enough to be released into enemy territory.
Italy’s constitutional court overturned law equating cannabis with cocaine and heroin, ruled the law was “illegitimate,” without elaborating. 10,000 could be released from jails. Law, passed by former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi 2006, sentences for selling, growing or possessing marijuana tripled.
In a signed letter issued on Wednesday, 18 members of Congress have called on President Barack Obama to reclassify marijuana, listed in same category as heroin. federal Controlled Substances Act Schedule I higher listing than cocaine and methamphetamine, Schedule II substances.
California police officer Manuel Ramos accused of beating homeless man named Kelly Thomas to death back in 2011 confronted by Denny’s customers sitting next to him to the extent that he stood up and left the restaurant. Video shows police taking Thomas to the ground, hitting him with batons. Legal to kill.
Admiral who shot himself after being denied morphine in the end-stages of cancer, one signature short for the prescription. Among the roadblocks are pieces of local legislation that do not align with federal laws, physicians who are still scared of drug officials and a medical culture that views analgesics as a last resort.
Thousands are going to swarm Home Depot and Lowe’s this week in support of Bee Week of Action. 27,000 people are planning to tell these companies that they should stop selling pesticides that harm bees, and ‘show them some love’ instead. Many organizations are participating.
The European Commission is set to authorize the growing of genetically modified maize on European soil, despite 19 member states voting against the move, highlighting the “absurd” rules of weighted votes in the EU. UK and Spain in favor of GM crops, Germany abstained, France against their introduction.
Department of Defense, have now called people who grow their own food ‘radical’ and extremists. In addition, it says, “Nowadays, instead of dressing in sheets or publically espousing hate messages, many extremists will talk of individual liberties, states’ rights, and how to make the world a better place.”
ExxonMobil’s pipeline burst spilled thousands of barrels of Canadian crude oil in a suburban area near Mayflower, Arkansas. Officials say area is safe to live in. But locals are complaining about health problems, dizziness, headaches, nausea – prompting many to move away.
Landmark legal battle between two farmers over alleged GM contamination has started in the Western Australian Supreme Court. The case is expected to determine GM farmers’ liability if their crops affect neighboring territories. Lawyers say it is the world’s first trial over GM contamination.
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli troops on Thursday accompanied bulldozers to Bethlehem village of Wadi Fukin where bulldozers destroyed 300 newly planted olive trees, despite locals' attempts to stop them. Clashes broke out between Israel forces and locals as they tried to defend their lands.
The manufacturer of a blood-thinning drug tried to hide results of an internal study that the manufacturer feared would hurt sales of the widely-advertised medication, according to recently-unsealed court documents. Manufacturer of Pradaxa, being sued by patients and their families.
Canada's first-ever crackpipe vending machines, installed in bid to curb the spread of disease among drug users, dispense Pyrex crackpipes for 25 cents. Pipes very durable, less likely to chip cut drug users' mouths, helps stop spread communicable diseases including HIV and hepatitis C.
A prison in Nevada County is moving ahead with a rare plan to charge inmates for food and medical care, plan angered human rights groups. Claim move is “cruel” punishment. $6 a day for meals, $10 for each doctor visit and $5 for initial booking into the jail. Unconstitutional — cruel and unusual punishment.”
Consumers are being sold food including mozzarella that is less than half real cheese. herbal tea that neither herb nor tea but glucose powder laced with withdrawn prescription drug for obesity 13 times normal dose. Beef adulterated with pork. fruit juices included brominated vegetable oil, for use in flame retardants.
New study published in PloS One: Canada’s Grand River, which flows into Lake Erie in U.S. used for drinking water has highest concentration of artificial sweeteners in surface waters worldwide. River tested for four most popular artificial sweeteners: sucralose, acesulfame, saccharin, cyclamate.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani announced Wednesday his plan to extend universal health insurance to all Iranians in a new program that the president himself referred to as RouhaniCare on Twitter. The Western-educated president, tweeted that his plan should cover an additional 5 million people.
AP reports that the White House is now considering an extension of the president's decision to let people keep their individual insurance policies even if they are not compliant with the health care overhaul, may let policyholders keep that coverage for an additional three years.
A ruptured Duke Energy pipe in Eden, North Carolina, caused release of 82,000 tons of toxic coal ash, 27 million gallons of contaminated water into the Dan River. Entire river is eerie unnatural ashen color. State regulators testing river for pollution. Coal ash produced by coal-burning power plants.
Chamomile plant is great for promoting relaxation and deep sleep from its use in many nighttime teas. Research shows chamomile is able to trigger cancer cell death, a phenomena known as apoptosis. It’s active component, apigenin, can shorten the lifespan and the prolioferation of breast cancer cells.
Monsanto’s CEO admitted that the industry needs to do more to sway the public and convince everyone that GMOs are the one and only answer. “We simply haven’t engaged enough at the level we should have with all of our audiences, and for that, we apologize,” “There’s a recognition we need to do more.”
Petition that would let residents of the forty-ninth state vote to make pot legal for adults surpassed a 30,169 signature threshold, clearing the way for issue to appear in ballot booths during elections there on August 19. U S law considers marijuana a Schedule I narcotic on par with heroin.
December 2013 Uruguay became first country in the world to fully legalize production and sale of the popular herb. Under the new law, which comes into full effect in early April. Drugs Peace Institute, supported marijuana legalization endorsed his candidacy, political party Frente Amplio, the PlantaTuPlanta.
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