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Will Russia Ban GMOs? 80% of Citizens Oppose GMO Creations

Will Russia Ban GMOs? 80% of Citizens Oppose GMO Creations

March 3, 2014 | by

Almost 80% of Russian citizens want to ban GMOs along with a legislative bill which would make cultivating any GMO seed in the country illegal.

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University Bans Unvaccinated Students from School After Mumps Outbreak

University Bans Unvaccinated Students from School After Mumps Outbreak

March 3, 2014 | by

One university is telling students they can’t attend class if they haven’t been vaccinated after a mumps outbreak, but the victims were all vaccinated.

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FDA to Review Over-the-Counter Drug Safety After 40 Years, Aims to Regulate Herbs and Supplements

FDA to Review Over-the-Counter Drug Safety After 40 Years, Aims to Regulate Herbs and Supplements

March 3, 2014 | by

The Food and Drug Administration is about to launch a review of the way it determines if drugs are ‘safe’ for public consumption, while regulating herbs.

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Minnesota Law Enforcement Could Stop Medical Pot Law

Minnesota Law Enforcement Could Stop Medical Pot Law

March 3, 2014 | by

Minnesota is looking to change their marijuana laws, but the governor will only sign such a bill if it has support from law enforcement in the state.

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Black Seed Shows Promising Health Effects for Women

Black Seed Shows Promising Health Effects for Women

March 3, 2014 | by

Black seed (Nigella sativa) has been used as a healer for ages. Two recent reports, for example, show how black seed can benefit woman in particular.

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Next Target: GMO Biotech Descends on African Countries

Next Target: GMO Biotech Descends on African Countries

March 2, 2014 | by

Biotech bullies want to weasel their way into African governments to allow GMO biotech farming in countries where thousands are already dying.

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New Highly Radioactive Leak Found at Fukushima Plant

New Highly Radioactive Leak Found at Fukushima Plant

March 2, 2014 | by

Officials announced this week that a leak in a Fukushima holding tank recently allowed 100 tons of radioactive water to pour out.

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Extreme China Smog Leading to ER Visits Rise, Businesses to Shut Down

Extreme China Smog Leading to ER Visits Rise, Businesses to Shut Down

March 2, 2014 | by

In Bejing and six other Chinese provinces, citizens are being suffocated by a heavy haze of smog. Emergency room visits are through the roof.

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Study: Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Use in Pregnancy Linked to Behavioral Problems in Children

Study: Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Use in Pregnancy Linked to Behavioral Problems in Children

March 2, 2014 | by

A study suggests maternal use of acetaminophen (Tylenol) could be to blame for the rising number of children diagnosed with hyperkinetic disorders and ADHD.

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New Rules Would Limit Predatory Junk Food Makers in Schools

New Rules Would Limit Predatory Junk Food Makers in Schools

March 2, 2014 | by

The USDA and the White House announced new rules that would limit the amount of marketing for unhealthy foods that children are exposed to in school.

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