Elizabeth Renter | There are countless resources out there for gut-healthy recipes and diet plans. Do your research before ascribing to any of them. But remember, a healthy gut equals a healthy, and happier you.
Paul Fassa | The recent Texas Medical Board attacks on Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski, who has been highly successful at curing hopeless cancer victims in his Houston research clinic, brought to mind an interview quote from Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez.
JG Vibes | A local doctor in Georgia is taking a community based approach to provide more quality healthcare at an affordable rate.
Tech Dirt | If we want to stop such practices, perhaps, rather than just suing the pharmaceutical companies, we start to look at the ridiculous incentive structure we've set up, whereby drug companies take on very little of the actual risk, but are given incredibly powerful monopolies, such that the prices are considered unbelievable.
RT | News that a research laboratory in China is deliberately engineering new hybrid strains of bird-flu virus and human influenza which could cause a pandemic has some experts alarmed.
All Gov | When half a million gallons of tar sands oil spilled into an Arkansas community in March, it released 30 toxic chemicals into the air that may impact human health.
RT | While questions over the severity of ExxonMobil’s March 29 oil spill in Mayflower, Arkansas still remain, the same pipeline has now ruptured, this time to the north, in Missouri.
Shepard Ambellas | The Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) and good citizens of Mora county have made headway as a new local Bill of Rights has been established.
Derrick Broze | A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has found a possible link between the practice of feeding commercial honeybees high-fructose corn syrup and the collapse of honeybee colonies around the world.
Rand Clifford | The government has been spraying chemtrails for years, heavier all the time, yet they call the whole chemtrail hullabaloo “conspiracy theory”. We don't do Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering (SAG), they insist. Get over it, they’re just contrails.
Mike Barrett | Is GMO corn nutritionally equivalent to non-GMO corn? Monsanto will tell you the answer is a big ‘yes’, but the real answer is absolutely not.
William Boardman | The Duncan Firm is pursuing the class action suit against ExxonMobil in federal court. On local TV April 9, Duncan Firm founder, attorney Philip Duncan said he expected the class of Arkansans harmed by ExxonMobil to grow into the hundreds.
Natural Society | Telling your mainstream medical doctor that you’d like to forfeit chemotherapy and instead adopt an organic lifestyle full of juicing and raw nutrition to treat your own cancer could lead him or her to label you as ‘insane’, but it could also save your life.
Press TV | At least 23 people have been injured after a powerful earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale struck western Japan.
JG Vibes | After years of insisting that geo-engineering projects were "conspiracy theories", the mainstream media is now promoting them as solutions to problems with the environment.
NaturalSociety.com | We’re taught that if a food has a USDA organic label, then the produce is just about as good as it comes—that the ingredients have been through rigorous testing and are safe for human consumption, or at the very least the product is free from harmful pesticides and genetic engineering
NaturalSociety.com | Cinnamon is an amazing spice; it can prevent diabetes, boost brain health, and fight inflammation.
Jon Queally | Heavy rains move into Mayflower, Arkansas as cleanup of ExxonMobil pipeline proves ever more difficult.
Jacob Chamberlain | Oklahoma grandmother Nancy Zorn, 79, locked herself to a piece of heavy machinery Tuesday morning in protest of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline construction, halting work on a construction site of the tar sands harbinger for several hours.
Igor Alexeev | South Stream is an ambitious endeavor of Russia’s energy giant Gazprom to get direct access to the EU energy market.
Andrea Germanos | The U.S. government has been fined $1.5 million for damages the Navy caused when one of its minesweepers rammed into a World Heritage-listed coral reef in the Philippines, officials announced on Monday.
Derrick Broze | Another large oil spill occurred this week, this time in the Houston Bayou.
Anthony Gucciardi | It likely comes as no surprise to those who have been following the disturbing trend of mass shooters over the years, but a new Los Angeles Times report has confirmed that Holmes had been taking the prescription psychotropic drugs Zoloft and Clonazepam (Klonopin) — one of which is the same drug that the Colombine Eric Harris was on.
Jacob Chamberlain | A cooling system inside one of the reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant failed once again on Friday, highlighting the ongoing nuclear catastophe at the plant—which reports say will take decades to decommission.
Shepard Ambellas | The Bickel & Brewer/NYU International Public Policy Forum has been known to direct a policy debate to schools each year.
Anthony Gucciardi | Still think that the Fukushima nuclear meltdown of 2011 never affected the United States public? Young children born in the United States West Coast, right in the line of fire for radioactive isotopes, have been found to be 28% more likely to develop congenital hypothyroidism than infants born the year before the incident.
Steve Horn | The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has had a "no fly zone" in place in Mayflower, Arkansas since April 1 at 2:12 PM and will be in place "until further notice," according to the FAA website and it's being overseen by Exxon Mobil itself.
JG Vibes | A recent inspection has reconfirmed that a Washington state site left over from the "Manhattan Project" is not only leaking radioactive waste, but it is also at risk of a nuclear explosion.
Derrick Broze | British scientists at the Mets Office Hadley Centre have called for a global government to approve global geo-engineering programs.
RT | The central Arkansas spill caused by Exxon’s aging Pegasus pipeline has reportedly unleashed 10,000 barrels of Canadian heavy crude - but a technicality says it's not oil, letting the energy giant off the hook from paying into a national cleanup fund.