Health

Here’s What Food Stamp Recipients Are Actually Eating

Think People On Food Stamps Are Eating More Lobster Than You? Think Again Lorca Henley of Bowling Green, Ohio, said her family's dinners on different...

Court Decision Could Lead to EPA Banning Water Fluoridation

In a victory for water fluoridation opponents, a judge in the Northern District of California has denied a motion by the EPA that...

No-Nonsense Scientists Clear up Confusion About Marijuana’s Ill Effects

Despite a growing body of scientific research that speaks to the contrary, U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III has said that marijuana —...

A Popular, Widely Available Supplement Was Just Officially Declared an Opioid by The FDA

A pill that's been credited with delivering super-human strength, feelings of euphoria, powerful pain relief, and better focus has now been linked with 44...

Spread of Breast Cancer Linked to Compound in Asparagus and Other Foods

Breast cancer patients could be encouraged to cut asparagus and other foods from their diets in the future to reduce the risk of the...

Drinking Hot Tea Linked to Cancer

Hot tea can increase the risk of a deadly cancer five-fold for people who also regularly drink alcohol, Chinese research suggests. People who drink at...

Cannabis May Protect Alcohol Users from Liver Disease, Research Shows

A new study showed that abusive alcohol users who also use cannabis are less likely to develop all types of liver disease. A group of researchers set...

How NAFTA Is Making Our Food and Water Much Less Healthy

As the sixth round of the negotiations on North American Free Trade Agreement begin next week in Montreal, Canada, the controversy over exactly what...

Scientists Discover Frightening Amount Of Plastic Fibers In Drinking Water

Researchers all over the world are discovering micro plastic particles in drinking water. Studies from a dozen countries reported plastic fibers in 83% of tap...

“Colossal Fraud” – Lawsuit filed Against Nestlé for Bottling ‘Fake Spring Water’

Nestlé, the company notorious across North America for questionable business ethics, has come under fire yet again over bottled water — this time, as...

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Georgia House Votes To Allow Citizens To Abolish Police Departments In The State

The Georgia House backed an effort on Friday to dissolve the Glynn County Police Department and any...

Leaked CDC document contradicts Pence claim that U.S. coronavirus cases ‘have stabilized’

Even as Vice President Mike Pence wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed published Tuesday that coronavirus...

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