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UK Advertising Authority Bans Advert Warning of Potential 5G Dangers

The Telecom’s Industry has got into the pockets of Government agencies yet again, this time with the ASA, the UK’s advertising authority. A recent advert by ‘Electrosensitivity UK‘ was swiftly banned from public advertising on claims by the ASA that the advert was providing false information: The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a “misleading” advert by campaign group Electrosensitivity-UK …

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CDC Warn Flu Vaccine is a Bad Match And Largely Ineffective – Again!

This will come as little surprise to many, we seem to hear the same story year after year. But once again the CDC have warned that this years Flu Vaccine does not match the strain of the most common virus circulating. “It’s not a very good match for B/Victoria,” said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy …

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BMJ Exposes Big Pharma’s Interference in Medical Decisions

One of the primary roles of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is to review the safety and efficacy of drugs before they are sold on the U.S. market. In 2016, The BMJ1 suggested a strong conflict of interest when they wrote about a revolving door existing between the FDA and the pharmaceutical industry. In pursuit of monetary gain, this relationship …

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Parents Addicted To Their Cell Phones Are Affecting Their Children’s Development

Recently, the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan looked at how parents affect their children by using technology. When a parent spends more time on their phone and other devices, they end up having less meaningful interactions with their children. The child feels frustrated when their parent relationship is interrupted by technology. When a parent uses devices a lot, the child has …

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Palau is First Country to Ban ‘Reef Toxic’ Sun Cream

The Pacific nation of Palau has become the first country in the World to ban sun cream which contains toxic chemicals that are harmful to corals and sea life. As of Wednesday this week, any sun cream that includes common ingredients, including oxybenzone, will not be allowed to be worn or sold in the country. Tommy Remengesau, Palau’s President said: …

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New Ebola Vaccine to be Tested on 500,000 Congolese

The race for an Ebola Vaccine begun several years ago when Ebola was allegedly spreading through parts of the World like wildfire. Since this scare the media panic of Ebola has subsided, but the race for a vaccine continued. Well now a new vaccine will be injected into half a million Congolese despite scientists concern over the lack of testing …

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A Practical Guide to EMF Mitigation

Lloyd Burrell, founder of ElectricSense.com, has been an advocate for electromagnetic field (EMF) safety and consumer education for the past 15 yearsFirst, educate yourself on EMFs to understand the potential dangers. Next, buy a meter and identify hotspots. Lastly, take remedial action to lower your exposureWhen remediating, first turn off or unplug devices emitting high amounts of radiation. If that’s …

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Invisible Ink Could Reveal Whether Kids Have Been Vaccinated

A group of Technology Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a way of keeping track of vaccinated children by embedding a record of the vaccination directly into the skin. When a child is vaccinated they would also be injected with a small amount of dye which is invisible to the naked eye. Then using a smartphone application …

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Top Medical Journal Slams BigPharma

A top medical journal is driving a global campaign to separate medicine from big pharma, connecting industry influence to the pelvic mesh scandal that injured hundreds of women. The BMJ says doctors are excessively influenced by industry-funded trials for major drugs and industry-sponsored education events. The journal’s editor and a team of global healthcare leaders write in a scathing editorial published …

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Opioid Producers Put Blame on Addicts

Opioid overdoses kill more than 130 people in the U.S. daily in an unprecedented crisis that continues to spiral out of control. The pharmaceutical companies behind these drugs are now facing mounting lawsuits, as it’s become clear that they’re the ones with blood on their proverbial hands, having pushed drugs on unsuspecting pain patients while knowing they were unsafe. From 1999 …

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