BPA can adversely affect reproduction of future generations of fish

In CategoryAnimals, Insects, etc, BPA, Plastics, Bottled Water
ByRuss Bianchi

Bisphenol A is a chemical that is used in a variety of consumer products, such as water bottles, dental composites and resins used to line metal food and beverage containers. Often, aquatic environments such as rivers and streams become reservoirs for contaminants, including BPA. Now, scientists have determined that fish exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemicals will pass adverse reproductive effects onto their offspring as many as three generations later.

BPA can adversely affect reproduction of future generations of fish

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GM soybeans transfer mutated DNA to milk and decrease birth weight of newborn goats

In CategoryAgriculture, Farming, Etc, Animals, Insects, etc, Genetic Modification
ByRuss Bianchi

It’s a given that the health risks of consuming genetically modified soybeans are steeped in controversy. Many people are adamant that ingesting them leads to serious health consequences, while those in favor of such foods and the herbicides they’re sprayed with (mainly, the la-la-land folks at Monsanto) believe they’re safe.

GM soybeans transfer mutated DNA to milk and decrease birth weight of newborn goats

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Listening to classical music modulates genes that are responsible for brain functions

In CategoryBrain/Mental Health, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Although listening to music is common in all societies, the biological determinants of listening to music are largely unknown. According to a new study, listening to classical music enhanced the activity of genes involved in dopamine secretion and transport, synaptic neurotransmission, learning and memory, and down-regulated the genes mediating neurodegeneration. Several of the up-regulated genes were known to be responsible for song learning and singing in songbirds, suggesting a common evolutionary background of sound perception across species.

Listening to classical music modulates genes that are responsible for brain functions

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Vitamin D vital for gene expression in developing brains

In CategoryBrain/Mental Health, Vitamins
ByRuss Bianchi

Vitamin D deficiency in mothers leading up to and during pregnancy has fundamental consequences for their offspring’s brain development, researchers from University of Western Australia and the Telethon Kids Institute have confirmed.

Vitamin D vital for gene expression in developing brains

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Milk could be good for your brain

In CategoryBeverages, Brain/Mental Health
ByRuss Bianchi

New research conducted at the University of Kansas Medical Center has found a correlation between milk consumption and the levels of a naturally-occurring antioxidant called glutathione in the brain in older, healthy adults.

Milk could be good for your brain

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Popular weed killer deemed probable carcinogen by UN

In CategoryProducts, Health Dangers, Etc, Toxins, Pollution, Contaminants, Chemicals, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

One of the world’s most popular weed-killers—and the most widely used kind in the U.S.—has been labeled a probable carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.

Popular weed killer deemed probable carcinogen by UN

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Scientists Report Teleportation of Physical Objects From One Location To Another

In CategoryScience
ByRuss Bianchi

The concept of teleportation comes primarily from science fiction literature throughout human history, but things are changing. It’s 2014 and developments in quantum theory and general relativity physics have been successful in exploring the concept of teleportation for quite some time now.

Scientists Report Teleportation of Physical Objects From One Location To Another

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Jim Carrey Commencement Address at the 2014 MUM Graduation

In CategoryUncategorized
ByRuss Bianchi

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The Sugar Epidemic Policy versus Politics

In CategoryUncategorized
ByRuss Bianchi

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SWEET REVENGE: TURNING TABLES PROCESSED FOOD

In CategoryUncategorized
ByRuss Bianchi

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Sweet Revenge: Dr. Robert Lustig Explains How to Cut Sugar, Lose Weight and Turn the Tables On Processed Foods

In CategoryFood and More, HFCS & Sugars, Weight Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Before the New York Times asked if sugar was toxic, before Michael Bloomberg tried to ban large sodas in New York City, before people starting calling sugar “the new tobacco,” UCSF endocrinologist Robert Lustig stood in front of a crowd of UCSF extension students and told them that the increase in obesity over the last 30 years is the result of one thing: increased amounts of sugar in our diet. Lustig’s lecture—a combination of righteous anger and dry science—went on to become a surprise viral hit: since it debuted on YouTube in 2009, it’s been viewed almost five million times.

Sweet Revenge: Dr. Robert Lustig Explains How to Cut Sugar, Lose Weight and Turn the Tables On Processed Foods

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Small local newspaper dares to report truth about vaccine-damaged children receiving financial compensation from the federal vaccine court

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Vaccines
ByRuss Bianchi

The corporate media won’t report such cases because their bottom line is more important than being honest with their readers, but vaccine damages do occur, even if the big newspapers don’t want to risk their pharmaceutical industry ad purchases to tell you about them.

Small local newspaper dares to report truth about vaccine-damaged children receiving financial compensation from the federal vaccine court

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Vitamin D may keep low-grade prostate cancer from becoming aggressive

In CategoryCancer, Vitamins
ByRuss Bianchi

Taking vitamin D supplements could slow or even reverse the progression of less aggressive, or low-grade, prostate tumors without the need for surgery or radiation, scientists say.

Vitamin D may keep low-grade prostate cancer from becoming aggressive

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Big Pharma used “statistical deception” to sell deadly statin scam to Americans, study concludes

In CategoryDrugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

Statins are a deadly scam, and new research published in the journal Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology undoubtedly proves this. Using “statistical deception” to make statins appear safe and effective, the drug industry has deviously sold the United States and other Western nations a bill of goods, say researchers, as actual data shows that statins provide almost no benefits while causing serious harm.

Big Pharma used “statistical deception” to sell deadly statin scam to Americans, study concludes

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Nestle Continues Stealing World’s Water During Drought

In CategoryBusiness, Water
ByRuss Bianchi

Nestlé is draining California aquifers, from Sacramento alone taking 80 million gallons annually. Nestlé then sells the people’s water back to them at great profit under many dozen brand names.

Nestle Continues Stealing World’s Water During Drought

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Coca-Cola caught running massive payola scheme to churn out deceptive corporate propaganda on over 1,000 news sites

In CategoryBeverages
ByRuss Bianchi

No matter what junk science the global corporations are trying to push, there’s always a long list of scientists, doctors and journalists ready to accept some payola money to spread their propaganda. The latest example comes from the Coca-Cola company, which paid “fitness and nutrition experts” to place pro-Coke articles in over 1,000 news websites (including major newspapers) to position Coca-Cola as a “healthy snack.”

Coca-Cola caught running massive payola scheme to churn out deceptive corporate propaganda on over 1,000 news sites

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GMOs 30-year morally disreputable history unraveled and unveiled for the public to witness in new book launching today

In CategoryGenetic Modification
ByRuss Bianchi

If you’ve ever wondered what happened to the Nazi scientists when they were released from prison after WWII for their mass murdering rampage, they went to work for U.S. pharmaceutical companies that later went to work on our agriculture, calling it GMO.

GMOs 30-year morally disreputable history unraveled and unveiled for the public to witness in new book launching today

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Scientists Seek Ban on Method of Editing the Human Genome

In CategoryUncategorized
ByRuss Bianchi

A group of leading biologists on Thursday called for a worldwide moratorium on use of a new genome-editing technique that would alter human DNA in a way that can be inherited.

Scientists Seek Ban on Method of Editing the Human Genome

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Infographic: How to transform a corporate lie into a science “fact”

In CategoryUncategorized
ByRuss Bianchi

Whether it’s Big Tobacco, Big Food, Big Pharma or Big Biotech, the process of transforming a corporate lie into a science “fact” is always the same.

Infographic: How to transform a corporate lie into a science “fact”

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MIT doctor reveals link between glyphosate, GMOs and the autism epidemic

In CategoryAutism, Genetic Modification
ByRuss Bianchi

A major missing link in the search for what’s triggering a massive spike in autism rates appears to be the world’s best-selling weedkiller, Roundup. Dr. Stephanie Seneff from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has been studying the autism issue for several decades, and her copious research has led her to the almost undeniable conclusion that glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, is a major driver of autism.

MIT doctor reveals link between glyphosate, GMOs and the autism epidemic

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Obese women 40 percent more likely to get cancer

In CategoryCancer, Weight Health, Women's Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Obese women have around a 40 per cent greater risk of developing a weight-related cancer in their lifetime than women of a healthy weight, according to new figures released by Cancer Research UK today.

Obese women 40 percent more likely to get cancer

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Diet soda linked to increases in belly fat in older adults

In CategoryBeverages, Weight Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Increasing diet soda intake is directly linked to greater abdominal obesity in adults 65 years of age and older. Findings raise concerns about the safety of chronic diet soda consumption, which may increase belly fat and contribute to greater risk of metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular diseases.

Diet soda linked to increases in belly fat in older adults

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High sugar consumption linked to obesity, research finds

In CategoryHFCS & Sugars, Weight Health
ByRuss Bianchi

People who eat more sugar are much more likely to be obese than those who eat less, according to a landmark finding by University of Reading scientists.

High sugar consumption linked to obesity, research finds

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Longer duration of breastfeeding linked with higher adult IQ and earning ability

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Brain/Mental Health
ByRuss Bianchi

Longer duration of breastfeeding is linked with increased intelligence in adulthood, longer schooling, and higher adult earnings, a study following a group of almost 3500 newborns for 30 years published in The Lancet Global Health journal has found.

Longer duration of breastfeeding linked with higher adult IQ and earning ability

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Prices of cancer drugs have soared since 1995, study finds

In CategoryCancer, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

The prices of leading cancer drugs have risen at rates far outstripping inflation over the last two decades, according to a new study co-authored by an MIT economist—but the exact reasons for the cost increases are unclear.

Prices of cancer drugs have soared since 1995, study finds

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Is too much artificial light at night making us sick?

In CategoryProducts, Health Dangers, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Modern life, with its preponderance of inadequate exposure to natural light during the day and overexposure to artificial light at night, is not conducive to the body’s natural sleep/wake cycle.

Is too much artificial light at night making us sick?

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Medications used to treat diabetes may trigger heart failure, study finds

In CategoryBlood Glucose Conditions, Cardiovascular Health, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

A comprehensive study examining clinical trials of more than 95,000 patients has found that glucose or sugar-lowering medications prescribed to patients with diabetes may pose an increased risk for the development of heart failure in these patients.

Medications used to treat diabetes may trigger heart failure, study finds

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Listening to classical music modulates genes that are responsible for brain functions

In CategoryBrain/Mental Health, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Although listening to music is common in all societies, the biological determinants of listening to music are largely unknown. According to a new study, listening to classical music enhanced the activity of genes involved in dopamine secretion and transport, synaptic neurotransmission, learning and memory, and down-regulated the genes mediating neurodegeneration. Several of the up-regulated genes were known to be responsible for song learning and singing in songbirds, suggesting a common evolutionary background of sound perception across species.

Listening to classical music modulates genes that are responsible for brain functions

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Researchers uncover a mechanism linking inhaled diesel pollution and respiratory distress

In CategoryProducts, Health Dangers, Etc, Toxins, Pollution, Contaminants, Chemicals, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Toxic benzene from diesel engines in trains, trucks and cars, along with toxins in tires are well documented as primary causes of cancer clusters bear freeways and rail lines. Said another way while Warren Buffett benefits in rail transport of Canadian oil on his rail road line by blocking the Keystone Pipeline, oil spill, fired and diesel toxicity is destroying the environment and causing widespread disease.

~ Uncle Russ

Researchers have, for the first time, shown how exhaust pollution from diesel engines is able to affect nerves within the lung. Air pollution is a significant threat to health, they say, and identifying potential mechanisms linking exposure to diesel exhaust and the exacerbation of respiratory diseases may lead to treatments for those affected.

Researchers uncover a mechanism linking inhaled diesel pollution and respiratory distress

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Diabetes drug found in freshwater is a potential cause of intersex fish

In CategoryBlood Glucose Conditions, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

A medication commonly taken for Type II diabetes, which is being found in freshwater systems worldwide, has been shown to cause intersex in fish – male fish that produce eggs. The medication is found to be widespread in freshwater.

Diabetes drug found in freshwater is a potential cause of intersex fish

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Depopulation test run? 75% of children who received vaccines in Mexican town now dead or hospitalized

In CategoryBaby/Children/Teen Health, Vaccines
ByRuss Bianchi

Despite the insidious attempts of the corporate-controlled U.S. media to censor the stories about the deadly side effects of vaccines, the truth keeps surfacing. The latest vaccine tragedy to strike has killed two babies in La Pimienta, Mexico and sent 37 more to the hospital with serious reactions to toxic vaccine additives.

Depopulation test run? 75% of children who received vaccines in Mexican town now dead or hospitalized

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GMO apples approved despite fierce opposition

In CategoryFood and More, Genetic Modification
ByRuss Bianchi

Proof that USDA serves biotech interests while betraying the people. The world has gone completely mad. While the average American mindlessly obsesses over whether or not a stupid image-gone-viral of a dress depicts white and gold colors or black and blue, the federal agency tasked with protecting the integrity of our food supply has indiscriminately green-lighted a new genetically modified organism (GMOs) for human consumption that threatens to unleash a Pandora’s box of destruction on both the apple industry and public health.

GMO apples approved despite fierce opposition

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Antibiotics found to have unexpected effects on mitochondria

In CategoryDrugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

An EPFL study has shown that tetracycline-based antibiotics have an unexpected effect on the development of many organisms. In addition to pointing out the issue of soil pollution by these antibiotics, which are widely administrated to livestock, the scientists call upon colleagues to explore the consequences of using them in experiments that modulate gene expression.

Antibiotics found to have unexpected effects on mitochondria

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Toxic ingredients in McDonalds’ French fries

In CategoryFood and More
ByRuss Bianchi

Nineteen different ingredients go into McDonald’s French fries, including genetically modified (GMO) foods, additives, and preservatives. Antifoaming agents, hydrogenated soybean oil, natural beef flavoring, Dimethylpolysiloxane and Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate are all ingredients in McDonald’s French fries.

Toxic ingredients in McDonalds’ French fries

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The drugs I need

In CategoryUncategorized
ByRuss Bianchi

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Listening to classical music modulates genes that are responsible for brain functions

In CategoryBrain/Mental Health, Music, Television, Technology, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

Although listening to music is common in all societies, the biological determinants of listening to music are largely unknown. According to a latest study, listening to classical music enhanced the activity of genes involved in dopamine secretion and transport, synaptic neurotransmission, learning and memory, and down-regulated the genes mediating neurodegeneration. Several of the up-regulated genes were known to be responsible for song learning and singing in songbirds, suggesting a common evolutionary background of sound perception across species.

Listening to classical music modulates genes that are responsible for brain functions

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CDC blatantly lied about vaccine safety in congressional hearings

In CategoryGovernment, Vaccines
ByRuss Bianchi

It is hardly a secret that deception is the lifeblood that runs D.C. But the massive onslaught of pro-vaccine propaganda coming from our nation’s leaders today has spiraled completely out of control, with top health officials and politicians now blatantly lying under oath about the “safety and effectiveness” of vaccines.


CDC blatantly lied about vaccine safety in congressional hearings

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McDonald’s in global profit free fall as people everywhere increasingly reject chemically-altered toxic fast food

In CategoryFood and More
ByRuss Bianchi

For decades, McDonald’s has been the poster child of chemically-altered factory-made fast food. While preying on the emotional imprinting of children with on-site playgrounds and social engineering marketing tactics, the restaurant’s true fundamental ethics are reflected in the horrors of the factory food industry: imprisoned chickens in tiny cages, genetically modified soy as meat fillers, chemically-altered menu ingredients and a geopolitical form of processed food imperialism that has resulted in McDonald’s restaurants “occupying” hundreds of nations around the world while exporting obesity, diabetes and heart disease globally.

McDonald’s in global profit free fall as people everywhere increasingly reject chemically-altered toxic fast food

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Act now! See which companies are working to permanently end GMO labeling, and see what you can do about it

In CategoryGenetic Modification
ByRuss Bianchi

An apathy has descended upon the American people, a combination of, “I don’t care,” and, “What difference would it make, anyway?” We have stood back and allowed so many of our rights to be taken away in the last 15 years. We cannot – we must not – lose the right to know what is in the food we eat.

Act now! See which companies are working to permanently end GMO labeling, and see what you can do about it

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Merck’s mumps vaccine clinical tests were totally fabricated, say scientists

In CategoryDrugs and Drug Companies, Vaccines
ByRuss Bianchi

The mainstream media have been tireless in their recent efforts to discredit and demonize those who dare question the safety or efficacy of vaccines, and particularly those who choose not to have their children vaccinated.

Merck’s mumps vaccine clinical tests were totally fabricated, say scientists

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Nine signs of sleep deprivation – Do you get enough sleep?

In CategorySleep/Insomnia
ByRuss Bianchi

No one can squeeze more hours into a day, but we certainty try. Unfortunately, too many of us extend the hours of our day by cutting back on sleep. Here are the warning signs that you are overdoing it and probably have been for some time.

Nine signs of sleep deprivation – Do you get enough sleep?

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Report: Specialty drugs drive prescription spending jump

In CategoryDrugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

Prescription drugs spending jumped 13 percent last year, the biggest annual increase since 2003, according to the nation’s largest pharmacy benefits manager.

Report: Specialty drugs drive prescription spending jump

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Wal-Mart Restroom

In CategoryUncategorized
ByRuss Bianchi

This picture was recently taken in a Wal-Mart Restroom in the Midwest. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, or is that POUNDS? If you do not believe there is a massive obesity problem in America from gmo High Fructose Corn Syrup, telomere, Ghuman DNA destroying toxic gmo’s/glyphosate Taka Round Up, read about it in Soda Destroying Human telomeres in the October 2014 www.ucssf.edu/news. There are no safe or beneficial gmo’s, www.gmwatch.org

~ Uncle Russ

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High Fructose Corn Syrup Now Labeled as Fructose or HFCS-90

In CategoryHFCS & Sugars
ByRuss Bianchi

The Corn Refiners Association is now labeling high fructose corn syrup as fructose. Packing on products such as General Mills Vanilla Chex cereal now states the product contains no high fructose corn syrup, while the ingredients list contains the simple word, “fructose.” This fructose is actually a manufactured sugar called HFCS-90, and is made up of 90% pure fructose. High fructose corn syrup, or HFCS, contains 42% or 55 percent fructose. Health issues relating to free fructose include diabetes, leaky gut syndrome, and liver failure.

High Fructose Corn Syrup Now Labeled as Fructose or HFCS-90

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Roundup and Glyphosate Toxicity Have Been Grossly Underestimated

In CategoryToxins, Pollution, Contaminants, Chemicals, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

The true toxicity of glyphosate—the active ingredient in Monsanto’s broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup—is becoming increasingly clear as study after study is published demonstrating its devastating effects. In June, groundbreaking research was published detailing a newfound mechanism of harm for Roundup.

Roundup and Glyphosate Toxicity Have Been Grossly Underestimated

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The Trouble with Chicken

In CategoryAgriculture, Farming, Etc, Animals, Insects, etc
ByRuss Bianchi

FRONTLINE investigates the spread of dangerous pathogens in our poultry — and why the food-safety system isn’t stopping the threat.

The Trouble with Chicken

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Green sea slug steals photosynthesis genes by eating algae; gene transfer uncontrollable in wild

In CategoryAnimals, Insects, etc, Science
ByRuss Bianchi

Shedding new light on the dangers associated with cultivating genetically engineered organisms, which have the potential to spread into the wild, a recent study published in The Biological Bulletin explains how genes can transfer from one species to another and become a permanent part of the other species, which then passes on these foreign genes to future generations of its own kind.

Green sea slug steals photosynthesis genes by eating algae; gene transfer uncontrollable in wild

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GMOs impact health of consumers, short-term trial shows; industry attempts to spin results, silence debate

In CategoryGenetic Modification
ByRuss Bianchi

An animal feeding trial that European Union regulators are planning to use in forming future policy on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has contradicted its own findings by claiming no adverse effects associated with Monsanto’s MON810 GM corn and associated pesticides, including the broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup.

GMOs impact health of consumers, short-term trial shows; industry attempts to spin results, silence debate

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Nearly 4 in 10 clinical trials based on false information; FDA routinely ignores blatant science fraud

In CategoryUncategorized
ByRuss Bianchi

One of the most important responsibilities of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in protecting public health is to conduct regular inspections of clinical trial sites to ensure that good clinical practices are being followed. But a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal JAMA Internal Medicine has found that nearly half of all clinical trials are based on false information, and the FDA typically does nothing to address this widespread problem.

Nearly 4 in 10 clinical trials based on false information; FDA routinely ignores blatant science fraud

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BPA harms dental enamel in young animals, mimicking human tooth defect

In CategoryBPA, Plastics, Bottled Water, Oral health
ByRuss Bianchi

A tooth enamel abnormality in children, molar incisor hypomineralization (MIH), may result from exposure to the industrial chemical bisphenol A (BPA), authors of a new study conclude after finding similar damage to the dental enamel of rats that received BPA. The study results will be presented Friday at the Endocrine Society’s 97th annual meeting in San Diego.

BPA harms dental enamel in young animals, mimicking human tooth defect

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