Archive for January, 2011
The USDA has been under fire recently for its admitted assault against nature, after multiple investigations have uncovered its deliberate tampering with both plants and animals alike. One such investigation has put an end to the mystery surrounding the death of millions of birds, with USDA documents revealing the organization’s role in the massive slaughter.
Unfortunately, diabetes is a condition that widely affects people of all ages. A staggering 26 million Americans are currently diagnosed with the condition. A total of 105 million have either pre-diabetes or diabetes, according to stats from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Perhaps government officials are simply pizza fanatics? Following a huge $12 million USDA bailout of Domino’s Pizza, the pizza chain is getting yet another helping hand from the government. In a program developed by the company to ensure that its pizza stays in school lunch cafeterias nationwide, Domino’s has introduced Domino’s smart slice.
In recent times the world has experienced what was at one time an unexplained series of bird deaths. There have been claims that the deaths were a result of electrical wiring, or even a secret U.S. weapon. The deaths were so mysterious and unaccounted for that it drew worldwide attention, with scientists searching for answers internationally.
Medical officials are trying desperately to scare the public into getting the new H1N1-loaded vaccine, but this flu scare seems to be failing due to growing public awareness of vaccine risks.
While food riots have begun emerging across the globe as a result of surging food prices, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has decided to funnel 12 million dollars into the popular pizza chain Domino’s Pizza, in what has become known as a secret government bailout. The bailout came from an organization known as Dairy Management, a marketing creation of the USDA.
New research shows that excessive video gaming, a problem blossoming just within the past decade, puts kids on the road to depression and anxiety. The study found that kids who spend the better part of their day in a virtual reality suffer from psychological disorders.
Researchers from Wageningen University in the Netherlands have proposed that the world begin eating bugs, as opposed to traditional animal meats. The reason? The researchers claim that bugs produce less greenhouse gases than animals such as pigs
Following a long line of recent genetically manipulated creations, scientists have developed genetically modified chickens that do not transmit bird flu to other chickens. The chickens, while unable to transmit the disease, still become sick upon becoming infected with the virus.