Now Big Ag is Trying to Own the Rest of Your Food: Syngenta Claims They Invented Non-GMO Tomatoes

Have you ever thought about where tomatoes come from? A quick internet search might tell you that they’ve been around since the time of the Aztecs, who ate them in ancient Mesoamerica as far back as 700 A.D. But that’s … Continue reading Now Big Ag is Trying to Own the Rest of Your Food: Syngenta Claims They Invented Non-GMO Tomatoes

FDA Wants to Eliminate Side Effect Warnings From Drug Ads in Latest Collusion With Big Pharma

We’ve all seen those drug commercials on TV with pleasant-looking grandparents frolicking in a grassy field with an adorable puppy, living life to the fullest while an announcer talks about how Big Pharma’s latest poison is going to make your life every bit as joyful. Then comes the obligatory rushed reading of a list of side effects. When the commercial is over, the general impression is a positive one: This drug is going to make your life better, but you might have a few minor problems like drowsiness. Drug companies might be required to tell you their side effects, but … Continue reading FDA Wants to Eliminate Side Effect Warnings From Drug Ads in Latest Collusion With Big Pharma

Johnson & Johnson Caught in Another Scandal, Forced to pay $33 Million Settlement over Recalled Nonprescription Meds

Johnson & Johnson is set to dole out up to $33 million in settlement with 42 states over allegations that a subsidiary of the pharmaceutical drug giant sold nonprescription medicines that did not pass federal quality standards. The settlement agreement required the company to pay the amount, which would then be distributed to the District of Columbia and the 42 states that filed the case. The states that that did not participate in the case include Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming. The agreement has also required Johnson & Johnson’s McNeil Consumer Healthcare unit to follow appropriate procedures in addressing any manufacturing issues with its nonprescription drugs. The … Continue reading Johnson & Johnson Caught in Another Scandal, Forced to pay $33 Million Settlement over Recalled Nonprescription Meds

Dairy Industry Attempting to Spike Milk With Chemical Ingredient 

The dairy industry has seen their profits plummet over the last several years. Health-conscious consumers have been ditching calorie-laden beverages in favor of water and other low-calorie alternatives. Even though there have been studies that demonstrate milk offers nutritional benefits, … Continue reading Dairy Industry Attempting to Spike Milk With Chemical Ingredient 

GcMAF (Gc Macrophage Activating Factor)

[above image caption/credit: GcMAF (courtesy Google Images)] A fascinating story is developing concerning a protein called “GcMAF”.  This protein is naturally produced in your body and is claimed to be critical to maintaining your natural immunities against hundreds, perhaps thousands, of … Continue reading GcMAF (Gc Macrophage Activating Factor)

Gov’t Admits Rotavirus Vaccine Causes Intussusception, Adds It to Injury Compensation Program

Because the Obama administration quietly announced their plans for 3,400-plus new regulations last week just after Ferguson erupted and just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, a lot of what’s actually going on in that rather long list was already lost and forgotten pretty much the moment it was released. One regulation worth mentioning has to do with rotavirus vaccines and a condition called intussusception. Intussusception is a serious condition where part of the intestine slides into an adjacent part of the intestines, and it is the most common abdominal emergency to hit kids under the age of two. Usually … Continue reading Gov’t Admits Rotavirus Vaccine Causes Intussusception, Adds It to Injury Compensation Program