Drug Warriors Run Amok: How An 81-Year-Old Cancer Patient Growing His Own Pot Got Raided By The DEA

Drug Warriors Run Amok: How An 81-Year-Old Cancer Patient Growing His Own Pot Got Raided By The DEA
Reefer Madness In Mass: 81-Year-Old Growing Four Pot Plants Brings Out DEA Helicopters, State Police, And Even The National Guard To get all the benefits of marijuana without the smoke or legal worries, Visit www.NSFMarketplace.com for pure CBC products at great prices! Just when you think the flailing idiocy of the drug warriors who rightly feel their last battle is imminent couldn’t get any stupider, you read a story like this one.… Read the rest

Why Are You Pushing, Doc? Eight Reasons Your Doctor Insists On Giving Your Child Vaccines

Why Are You Pushing, Doc? Eight Reasons Your Doctor Insists On Giving Your Child Vaccines
Some Common Reasons Your Doctor Pushes For Vaccines–And Some You May Not Know About We are taught from a young age to trust doctors. Like the images of friendly policemen and noble firemen, doctors are usually portrayed in our collective consciousness as kindly, benevolent characters who only went into medicine out a strong desire to help humanity. Unfortunately, while there are of course many doctors who fit this stereotype, they are just as human as the rest of us.… Read the rest

The Grass Isn’t Always Greener: Those Lush, Green Lawns Come At A Hefty Environmental Price In Terms Of Not Only Water, But Herbicides Too

The Grass Isn’t Always Greener: Those Lush, Green Lawns Come At A Hefty Environmental Price In Terms Of Not Only Water, But Herbicides Too
Green Grass And Glypho Forever: How Monsanto Has Locked Down Lawn Treatments, Locking Suburbanites In A Destructive Environmental Spiral It’s hard to believe, but there was a time in the not so distant past when newly settled Americans had to bring their own grass seed over with them from Europe. Longing for hominess of the England’s green, settlers would bring grass seed with them, jealously guarded and tied in sachets they wore around their necks like precious jewels.… Read the rest

Alabama Is One Of Several States Advancing The Ball In The Fight To Legalize The Use Of CBD Oil In Treating Seizures And Other Ailments

Alabama Is One Of Several States Advancing The Ball In The Fight To Legalize The Use Of CBD Oil In Treating Seizures And Other Ailments
Alabama Shakes No More: Traditionally Conservative Southern State Making Great Strides In Research On Treating Seizures With CBD Oil Of the many U.S. states where progress toward a sane policy on medical and recreational marijuana use is ongoing, one surprisingly progressive state is Alabama. Researchers in the conservative southern bastion have been making great strides in showing how CBD oil can be used to treat seizures.… Read the rest

Japanese Lawsuits Filed Over HPV Vaccine Cases: Merck And Glaxosmithkline Named As Defendants

Japanese Lawsuits Filed Over HPV Vaccine Cases: Merck And Glaxosmithkline Named As Defendants
Women And Girls Sue In Japan Over Bad HPV Vaccine That Sickened Them: Merck And Glaxosmithkline Named As Defendants A group of 63 women and girls in Japan who claim to have been sickened after they received the human papilloma virus have filed suit there, naming the government of Japan as well as vaccine manufacturers Merck and GlaxSMithKline as defendants. The plaintiffs, who range in age from 15 to 22 filed in district courts in Okyo, Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka, seeking compensation of 15 million yen each.… Read the rest

Fighting Germs Through Reward Stimulation: How Feeling Good May Help Boost The Immune System

Fighting Germs Through Reward Stimulation: How Feeling Good May Help Boost The Immune System
Immune System May Be Linked To Feeling Good: Rewarding Stimulation Found To Cause Heightened Immune Response To Germs Feeling good may actually help you to…well, feel good. Scientists looking at how the body fights germs when nerve cells in the brain that signal reward are lit up say that positive feelings may be linked to a supercharged immune system based on a study conducted on mice but which may have broad implications for how humans treat illness in the future.… Read the rest

Congo Declares Yellow Fever Has Reached Epidemic Proportions, Reporting Five Fatalities So Far

Congo Declares Yellow Fever Has Reached Epidemic Proportions, Reporting Five Fatalities So Far
Government of Congo Declares Yellow Fever Has Reached Epidemic Levels, Implements Measures To Combat It So far 67 cases of Yellow Fever have been confirmed in Congo, across several provinces and resulting in five dead, driving the government to implement official epidemic control measures. The nation’s capital as well as the provinces of Kinshasa, Kongo Central and Kwango have all been affected.… Read the rest

Labor MP Kate Ellis & Husband David Penberthy In Bed With Murdoch To Push Mandatory Vaccinations

Labor MP Kate Ellis & Husband David Penberthy In Bed With Murdoch To Push Mandatory Vaccinations
Shame on you Kate Ellis. Medical records are supposed to be private. Stick a big x on unvaccinated kids foreheads next?  Photo courtesy of twitter Labor MP Kate Ellis mandatory vaccination push in bed with Mudoch Posted on May 26, 2016 by Freedom of Choice When a politician starts pushing a vaccine mandate there is usually a Murdoch pulling the strings. … Read the rest

It Might Not Be The Acne After All: Why The Age At Which You Lose Your Virginity Might Be Genetic

It Might Not Be The Acne After All: Why The Age At Which You Lose Your Virginity Might Be Genetic
Genes Could Be Partly To Blame For Why It Took You Until Sophomore Year Of College To Lose Your Virginity (But Only Partly) The more we learn about genes the more they get a bad rep. Yes, Jennifer, certainly there are people who have a genetic predisposition to obesity, but that’s an infinitesimally small percentage. I’m thinking the potato chips and lack of motion might have more to do with it in your case than Crick and Watson.… Read the rest

Academy award-nominated director of “Gasland” arrested–but it was a good thing

Academy award-nominated director of “Gasland” arrested–but it was a good thing
Protest arrests net one Academy Award-nominated director, lots of pancakes Sometimes you’ll see a film star or music star making a political statement or a speech about his or her pet project, and you can’t help but think along these lines: after this, that very famous and very rich person is going to go back home to the big mansion, or out to a restaurant where a meal costs more than one of my paychecks, and they are going to forget all about this.… Read the rest