|Taking a Closer Look at the Stories Ignored by the Corporate Media|
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Archive for the Month of December, 2005.
Viewing Science / Health NEWS articles 1 through 16 of 16.
- New legislation not designed to foster pleasant or productive weather, but planned as tool of weaponized weather control, already well tested and in use since 1976. Amateur and hostile weather-makers alike likely to lose their technology to the military.
- If it befuddles Avila - one of the top tropical cyclone forecasters in the world - it has got to be strange.
- Report in Environmental Health Perspectives calls for reevaluation of acceptable limits of aspartame consumption
- BPA is used in the production of epoxy resins and polycarbonate plastics. The plastics are used in many food and drink packaging applications. Resins are commonly used as lacquers to coat metal products such as food cans, milk container linings, bottle tops, water supply pipes and dental sealants.
- The establishment won't use it, because it is so cheap, so effective, and cannot be patented!
- Ever thought about the toxins in your sex toys?
- ...thousands of children cared for by Homefirst Health Services in metropolitan Chicago have at least two things in common with thousands of Amish children in rural Lancaster: They have never been vaccinated. And they don't have autism.
- The Tribune's investigation reveals a decades-long pattern of the U.S. government knowingly allowing millions of Americans to eat seafood with unsafe levels of mercury.
- ...a new study, in Environmental Health Perspectives, reveals that chocolate can be contaminated with very high quantities of lead.
- Of the more than 400 chemicals tested for, 287 were detected in umbilical cord blood. Of these, 180 cause cancer in humans or animals, 217 are toxic to the brain or nervous system, and 208 cause birth defects or abnormal development in animals. Scientists refer to the presence of such toxins in the newborn as "body burden."
- Pharmacists and Doctors Turn Judgmental
- A survey by the Environmental Working Group released on Tuesday found 141 unregulated chemicals and an additional 119 for which the Environmental Protection Agency has set health-based limits. Most common among the chemicals found were disinfection byproducts, nitrates, chloroform, barium, arsenic and copper.
- Dan Olmstead, Autism's Dick Tracy
- Side-Effects - What to Watch Out For
- Year Of Incredible Impact
- A large daily dose of vitamin D can lower the risk of developing common cancers by as much as 50%, scientists said.
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