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Young woman's ovaries destroyed by Gardasil: Merck 'forgot to research' effects of vaccine on female reproduction

Scientists Explain Why HPV Vaccines Are Unsafe - There is no evidence that Gardasil or Cervarix can prevent cancer better than a decent screening program. There is strong evidence that they can produce severe and life-threatening harm. This report by 4 scientists documents how science has been corrupted & misused to promote these life-devastating vaccines. by Heidi Stevenson - Gaia Health

Gardasil for Infants & Report of Gardasil-CIN3 on National Cervical Cancer Coalition Site

Glaxo’s flu vaccine gets green light from FDA

GSK adding 2-D barcode to 4-in-1 flu vaccine packaging

Mercury May Be More Harmful than Thought

Vaccine Side Effects and Why You Shouldn’t Vaccinate

Warning issued by NHS England

Whistleblower: Minn. veterinarians giving three-year rabies vaccine every two years

Risk of measles after outbreak in Glastonbury area

Local experts encourage vaccinations for back-to-school preparation - Vaccination ages include birth to 18 months, four to six years, 11 to 12 years, 16 years and booster shots every few years

'Vaccinophobia and Vaccine Controversies of the 21st Century' is Released - China Bird Flu Appears to Have Spread From Person to Person - Single reported case does not mean pandemic is likely, although vigilance is needed, experts say

Adults, like kids, should be getting vaccinations


A shot at explaining importance of vaccinations

SD ranks high with kindergartners getting immunizations

Ground zero in Australia's fight against infectious diseases

What You Need To Know About Vaccinations And Medication Before Traveling Abroad

Cancer Causing Virus in Vaccines is passed through Generations of Family via the Sperm

Novavax announced positive preclinical trial for H7N9 influenza vaccine

The 'flat lined' HPV vaccination rates

South Florida fired up by smoking research

WHO expert: EU must react to rising number of infections in Eastern Europe

The Plague could return, warn scientists

New design may produce heartier, more effective salmonella-based vaccines

Nucleus Medical Media uses animation to raise awareness of adult vaccines

Feds Worry Takeda Ruling Could Limit Whistleblower Lawsuits by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Parents not protecting kids with homeopathic vaccinations

NIH ‘superbug’ was thwarted with help of two scientists

Dana-Farber: Some leukemia patients respond to vaccine

Tumor cell vaccination trial to promote anti-leukemia responses

At the forefront of vaccine research to safeguard the military

Back to school anti-vaccination woo

Bill Gates, Monsanto, Chemtrails & Vaccines – The Critical Tie Points

Study reports person-to-person spread of H7N9 in family

Inovio Pharmaceuticals Responds to Market Activity

New Cases Of MERS Found In Saudi Arabia

News Scan for Aug 06, 2013 - Global flu update; Fungal meningitis deaths; Age pattern in 1918 flu

Food Safety Scan for Aug 06, 2013 - Rising Texas cases boost Cyclospora numbers; USDA airs Salmo testing concerns

News Scan for Aug 05, 2013 - MERS cluster profiled; Polio vaccination in Israel; H5N3 detected in Taiwan; H5N1 in Nepal, India

Uptick in Lyme disease cases reported here

Russia Developing Infection-'Neutralization' System

Brazilian Scientists Test New AIDS Vaccine, Hoping 'HIVBr18' Ends Global Pandemic

Researchers at the University of Sao Paulo say that although the HIVBr18 vaccine won't eradicate the virus from its host, the disease would be beaten back sufficiently to prevent transmission or to develop immunodeficiency, thereafter ...

Opinion > Editorials

We support the efforts of Georgia’s First Lady, Sandra Deal, as she visits Jesup and other communities to educate the public as to the continuing need for early childhood immunization. The tropics are heating up earlier than usual, a strong ...

UNICEF STEPS UP EFFORTS TO STOP POLIO OUTBREAK IN SOMALIA WITH HELP OF JAPANESE GRANT

An emergency contribution from Japan will enable the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and its partners to tackle a polio outbreak in Somalia that has already paralyzed nearly 100 children and threatens hundreds of thousands more who are not vaccinated.

Police blotter - 8/7; Lebanon man charged with assault

Main St. at 4:52 p.m. Monday. No police report was available. South Annville CRASH: Campbelltown Volunteer and Lawn fire companies and Lawn ambulance responded to a crash involving an all-terrain vehicle at 201 S. Mt. Pleasant Road at 5:20 ...

Dead Dolphins Wash Up in Disturbingly High Numbers at Risk to Humans

A disturbingly high number of dead dolphins have been washing up on East Coast shores, bringing hidden risks to humans. “We’ve been seeing an increase in dolphin deaths along the Jersey coast since the Ninth of July. From that date to ...

Polio survivors strive for a polio-free Nigeria

“Most people get convinced easily when they see my condition and realize what poliovirus can do,” continues Ms ... of members of the Polio Survivor Group (PSG) active in key states of northern Nigeria. Since the start of this year, social mobilizers ...

Infectious Diseases

Teens who received DTaP were six times more likely to get pertussis during the 2010-2011 California outbreak than those given DTwP. This infection manifests as a collection of pus and is often a complication of tonsillitis that may require referral to a ...

Pit Bull Puppies ADBA Champion lines

3 American Pit Bull Terrier puppies, 6 weeks old on Aug 3rd. Rednose 2 males and one female. One solid red male the other male and female are liver brindle all 3 have white marking on their chest. 1st set of shots and dewormer. Health records included with ...

North Vermillion school registration continues

Parents may log onto the school website, http://www.nvc.k12.in.us, using their Harmony parent access codes and follow the steps to complete registration. For elementary school parents needing assistance with online registration, the last day they can come ...

Unit 5 processing Tdap vaccines during registration week

NORMAL - It's registration week for the Unit 5 school district and the head nurse is reminding parents there's no wiggle room on Tdap shots for your sixth through twelfth graders. Susy Marcum said the district got out in front of the state-mandated changes ...

Vaxart Garners $19,999,997 Series C Round

The combination of adenovirus vector, adjuvant and oral administration will unlock the potential of vector-based vaccination, with applications in Avian Influenza response, biodefense vaccines, and second-generation versions of existing vaccines.

Bedouins complain: Polio vaccinations stop short of our communities

The Health Ministry launched a Polio vaccine project in Israel's south on Monday, but according to reports, Bedouin residents had nowhere to turn. A ministry van that was supposed to travel around Bedouin villages and administer the vaccine was not sent ...

Forget the past at your (our) peril: How successful vaccines are their own worst enemies

Vaccinophobia and Vaccine Controversies of the 21st Century deals with all of these controversies, and one thing is clear from the book's thorough examination: vaccines have become victims of their own success. "With some parents and other caregivers ...

CDC Removes Webpage About Polio Vaccine Contamination: Further Admission Of Guilt?

The story of Dr. Bernice Eddy is, if not well-known, then well-worth remembering. She is the bacteriologist whose job was — during the span of years between 1954 and 1973 — to conduct safety tests on vaccines at the National Institutes of ...

PSUs need booster vaccine but govt puts Mylan on hold

The shortage occurred due to the two-year closure of the public sector Central Research Institute (CRI) at Kasauli, which was the only company producing the yellow fever vaccine required for travel to 44 countries in Africa and South America. Similarly ...

Glad to be here/ Vaccination questions

I would ask you why you didn't want to vaccinate in the first place? My personal opinion is if you are concerned about a newborn having a compromised immune system, why would you want to compromise it further by injecting them with toxins? Best wishes to ...

Give them the best start

Breastfeeding is critical to child survival and gives children the best start in life. This is the message being ... Almost a quarter of these deaths take place in India. This is the highest figure for any nation and amounts to three child deaths every ...

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Recapping the 38th Annual International Herpesvirus Workshop

Last week, Grand Rapids played host to the 38 th Annual International Herpes-Virus workshop and conference (IHW 2013), the first time the conference has been in the United States since 2010. Over 500 researchers and medical professionals from ...

Will AWOL True Believers Leave GOP at the Altar

If they be "moderates" . . . and deranged Rush Limbaugh fantasizes that true Republican Party "wants a new base ... sustained obsessions in politics and religion flash before expiring. Denying the age of the earth, scorning expertise, having people ...

Senior Advisor for Monitoring & Evaluation in Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health

and Child Health United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Bureau for Global Health, Office of Health, Infectious Diseases and Nutrition, Maternal and Child Health Division (USAID/GH/HIDN/MCH) Application Deadline: Open until ...

Brazilian Vaccine Against AIDS to be Tested on Monkeys

If the experiment with monkeys goes well, says Jorge Kalil, director of Butantan, it will be possible to start human trials in three years. This move, however, needs the support of the private sector that has not yet expressed an interest in the research.

'Alarming' Trend of Dolphin Deaths Hitting East Coast Shores

while Maryland and Delaware have seen several dead dolphins on its shores this summer. And in July, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries declared an Unusual Mortality Event for bottlenose dolphins in Florida's Indian ...

Toll reaches nine but CMO says no epidemic in Kotwa locality

VARANASI: Despite the toll reaching nine, the health department on Tuesday ruled out outbreak of an epidemic in Kotwa locality of Lohta. Chief medical officer Dr MP Chaurasia passed off all deaths as caused by 'natural causes'. "All deaths were ...

Some 5,000 children vaccinated on Polio campaign's 2nd day

Some 5,000 children were vaccinated on the second day of the Health Ministry's polio vaccination campaign in southern Israel. On Monday, about 4,000 were vaccinated. The major project will last for a month and a half and will include 66 communities from ...

Second case of rabies reported in Cary

The animal never came into contact with a human, town officials said, and a dog that lived in the home was current on its rabies vaccine. Authorities, however, want to remind the public to keep their pets up-to-date on the vaccine. State law requires ...

Israeli polio vaccination campaign launched after finding virus carriers

(dailyRx News) Polio is a virus that the world has largely beaten. However, lingering pockets of the disease still pose a serious threat. After discovering carriers of the polio virus in the southern region of Israel, officials in that country are ...

Higher measles mortality found in malnourished Somali refugees

Detecting when someone was malnourished and making sure that person was vaccinated were key strategies to reduce measles deaths among Somali refugees, according to a study published recently. Abdirahman Mahamud, MD, of the Global Immunization Division at ...

CDC releases report on vaccine coverage for kindergarteners

4 doses of DTaP+ vaccine and two doses of varicella vaccine. The report expressed concern for high exemption levels in school, which increase the risk of disease. The report also serves to identify where campaigns to educate people on vaccinating their ...

Ideas and Attitudes About Cancer Are Changing

Cancer prevention campaigns often focus on lifestyle changes. But Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a double mastectomy spurred a national debate about aggressive preventive medical procedures. Only about 5 percent of breast cancer cases can be linked to ...

Putnam County Immunizations

Situated in a temporary location at the Putnam County Department of Health and Human Resources, clinicians will be administering vaccinations on Aug. 14 and 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Aug. 21 and 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students ...

States with best, worst vaccination coverage for kindergarten students

Here’s a look at which states do the best job getting children vaccinated ... students vaccinated with two doses of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine; four doses of diphtheria, tetanus toxoid, and acellular pertussis (DTaP) vaccine ...

Orland School District 135 prepares for full first day

Students in Orland School District 135 may be upset to learn about two changes within the district this year—a new vaccine requirement and a longer first day of school. The latter change was part of a bill signed by Gov. Pat Quinn in 2012 that ...

Make The Most of Your Annual Physical

Ask your doctor about the status of your immunizations and what the new recommendations are for adults. Fore example, a new vaccination to prevent pertussis (whooping cough) is now recommended for many adults. • Bring a health journal.

Cancer, obesity, diabetes and drinking problems for El Paso

promoting prostate cancer early screenings, and HPV vaccine campaigns. • The 2010 El Paso County percentage of residents reporting diabetes was 12.2%, compared to 9.7% in the Texas, and 8.7% in the U.S. • Some of the health effects of diabetes are ...

Model Prioritizes USPSTF Recommendations for Individuals

For example, a patient with hypercholesterolemia had 1.44 times the relative risk for abdominal aortic aneurysm, regardless of other risk factors. However, relative risks were allowed to vary across age, race, and sex groups when estimates were available ...

Immunization Awareness Month

Marinette County Public Health Department stresses the importance of immunizations during the month of August, which is National Immunization Awareness Month. One of the Marinette County Public Health Department's main focuses is prevention. Immunization ...

Immunisation campaign continues as measles cases rise in Gloucestershire

To back up this drive an electronic graphic of the symptoms of MMR, how it can affect you, how to get vaccinated and who should be vaccinated ... compared to three for the same period in 2012. However there has been a reduction in the number of cases ...

MMR jab plea to parents after 11 measles cases in Somerset

PUBLIC health advisers at Somerset County Council are urging parents to ensure their children take the MMR vaccination following an outbreak of measles in the Glastonbury area. There have been 11 new notifications of measles involving young people over the ...

Office Visit: Back-to-school checklist

With the upcoming school year on the minds of many, it’s important to make sure you and your family are up to date on required immunizations. Historically, vaccines only have been thought of for children. That has changed over the past decade.

Pets of the Week: Uno

She is a 4-month-old Border Collie. Uno is super sweet and is up to date on her rabies vaccine. She needs to be spayed and her left eye was removed due to an injury. Uno needs a home and will make someone a great companion. For more information ...

Pets of the Week: Slim

He is a 2-year-old Mini Pin Chihuahua. He was found as a stray and needs to be neutered and have his rabies vaccine. Slim is very sweet and loves to run around and play. He is looking for a family and a home. For more information visit the ...

When Can My Child Go Back to School or Daycare?

Roughly two-thirds of American children under 5 years old attend daycare, and almost all children 5 and over attend school out of their homes. Keeping kids home from school or daycare due to illness is difficult for kids and their parents. Not only are the ...

Temporary home found for Putnam County Health Department

The Kanawha-Charleston Health Department has found a temporary home for the Putnam County Health Department at the Putnam County Department of Health and Human Resources office in Winfield. Officials previously decided they would not use the Putnam Health ...

Research Report on Global and China Human Vaccine Industry, 2013-2017

In September 2011, GlaxoSmithKline signed contracts with Sinopharm, Shanghai Zuellig Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. and Beijing Keyuan Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. The three distributors are responsible for the business of North China, Central China and South China ...

How Do You Cope When a Disease Causes Your Body To Attack its Own Skin

About once a month, Rebecca Oling develops a painful lesion inside her mouth, a symptom of a rare skin disease she’s been battling since 2004. With medication it takes the lesion roughly a week to dissipate. But Oling, in remission, considers herself one ...

S.D. ranks high with kindergartners getting immunizations

A survey of immunization records for ... do a great job of getting kids the shots they need for school entry,” State Epidemiologist Lon Kightlinger said in a news release. “These high vaccination rates prevent disease from spreading and ...

Content about Sacramento

GNC Holdings concluded its Total Lean Challenge and Sweepstakes, rewarding 13 participants with a share of $25,000 in cash and prizes. Raley’s on Thursday named Lee Worthy to lead the grocer's 99 pharmacies, according to a report in the Sacramento ...

Global Sales of Human and Animal Vaccines Market - 2017 Forecasts on Vaccine Technologies

Discussion of human and animal (veterinary) vaccines as to their prophylactic or therapeutic use, with emphasis in the meningococcal/pneumococcal vaccines, influenza vaccines, pediatric vaccines, adult/adolescent vaccines, and travel vaccines. The report ...

War With North Korea: Smallpox and Bioweapons Are the Real Threat, Not Nukes

The good news is, despite threats last week that American targets ... We should be safe from their nukes, at least as long as they don't atomize one of our cities with a nuclear weapon on board a midget submarine. Yet though we may learn to ignore their ...

Gambia: August Is National Immunization Awareness Month

How well do vaccines work ... Immunologists call these things "non-self." When a disease organism (that is, a germ - a virus or bacteria) enters the body, the immune system recognizes it as "non-self," and produces proteins called antibodies to get ...

Rabies vaccine protect against deadly disease

The Shelby County cases have been wild raccoons, which are common carriers of the disease. “We want people to vaccinate their pets because so many wild animals are coming close to houses and eating pet food,” Springer explained.

Study linking MMR vaccine to autism was fraud

The conclusions of the 1998 paper by Andrew Wakefield and colleagues was renounced by 10 of its 13 authors and later retracted by the medical journal Lancet, where it was published. Still, the suggestion the MMR shot was connected to autism spooked parents ...

Fighting Against Fierce Killer

Hepatitis is a disease that causes ... persons and is most often transmitted through contaminated water and food. This strain is closely associated with inadequate sanitation and poor personal hygiene, even though certain sexual practices can also spread ...

The polio grounds

Yedioth Ahronoth is one of the papers that leads off with the anti-polio program, trying to drum up some drama by telling the story of 7-year-old Yonatan’s actually-not-that-scary-trip to the doctor, in mind-numbing detail. “Yonatan relented and opened ...

Delivering Vaccines To Where They're Needed Most

PATH and the World Health Organization worked with dozens of global collaborators over a decade to develop the vaccine against deadly meningitis A. Simultaneously, they worked with countries across Africa’s “meningitis belt” to build their ...

Rabid cat attack leads to Cumberland County feral feline trapping plan

CUMBERLAND COUNTY - South Newton Township has hired a trapper to catch feral cats after a preschooler was attacked by a rabid cat in Walnut Bottom. The township has contracted with Critter Gitter of Perry County to trap cats on Sept. 7 and 8 in the ...

Measles outbreak in Glastonbury and Street prompts MMR jab plea

Public health officials in Somerset are inviting parents to take their children for the MMR vaccine following an outbreak of measles in the county. Those affected live in the Street and Glastonbury area and all 11 notified cases had not been ...

RIVERSIDE: Student compiles 13 years perfect attendance

Griffin Ferre has never missed a day of school. Ferre, who graduated from Poly High School in June 2013, has made a commitment to his education and it shows with his attendance, extracurricular activities and accomplishments. Ferre had perfect ...

Spike in Robeson County rabies cases alarms officials

LUMBERTON - Health and animal officials in Robeson County are worried about the safety of residents after a recent rabies outbreak. County Health Director Bill Smith told the Board of Commissioners during its meeting Monday there have been 11 ...

How to fight a silent killer

Research shows that 70 percent of cervical cancers are caused by HPV. Genital warts and some cancers in males are also related to HPV, and most anal cancers, and some cancers of the penis, head and neck are caused by HPV. But what is HPV and how is it ...

Ivor Novello 2013: Calvin Harris makes dance breakthrough at songwriter awards

Randy Newman, the Oscar-winning songwriter famed for his wry lyrics, won the Special International Award. The Toy Story composer took issue after Dario Marianelli, winner of the Film Score award for Anna Karenina, thanked the film's director. Newman said ...

5 New Rules of Cancer

But Angelina Jolie's decision to have a double mastectomy spurred a national debate about aggressive preventive medical procedures. Only about 5 percent ... Join ABC Health for a tweet chat on "The New Rules of Cancer" today at 1 p.m., ET.

Community-wide health care for Saratoga Race Course backstretch workers (photos and video)

“When I first began working here, the clinic was seasonal, open one day a week,” said Julie Roberts, program coordinator at B.E.S.T. “We worked with Hometown Health Centers in Schenectady; then Saratoga Hospital came on, and our connection ...

Three-fold rise in mumps cases

The health surveillance group Sentinelles has made an initial report of 13,310 cases in the first seven month of 2013, compared with just 3,730 in the same period last year ... Observateur Professor Jean-Paul Stahl, head of the infectious ...

A shot at explaining importance of vaccinations

Vaccines are responsible for the control of many infectious diseases that were once common in this country, including polio, measles, diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), rubella (German measles), mumps, tetanus, and the flu.” Schlueter stressed that ...

SKorea approves $6 million in aid for NKorea

SEOUL, South Korea—South Korea has approved $6 million in government aid for vaccines, medical care and food for North Korean children. Seoul says it's the first such humanitarian aid set aside for Pyongyang since President Park Geun-hye took ...

Maryland Back-To-School Immunizations 101

While shopping for backpacks, notebooks and pencils, don’t forget to send your child to school ... County Public Schools and immunizations can be directed to the Cecil County Health Department at 410-996-5550. A list of free immunization clinics ...

More pertussis problems

People who are born during whooping cough epidemics and survive them are more likely to die prematurely later in life, according to a new study analyzing 158 years of Swedish population data. Lung infections in infancy may do subtle, permanent ...

The Recovery Room: Moving the Goal Posts

But when we returned home, I couldn’t help but think about what I had said. In education we are taught that our students cannot and will not perform higher than our expectations. We know all about ... Not even on my radar was the ability to get married.

Austin Doctor Marta Katalenas Advises Parents to Include HPV Vaccine in Back-to-School Vaccinations

According to Dr. Marta Katalenas, noted pediatrician and author of "The Step Up Diet: From Scratch... The Quality, Quantity, and Timing Solution to Childhood Obesity", Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is not only responsible for girls developing cancer of the ...

Serious weakness due to chickenpox

My brother is going through chickenpox (started a week ago) and is having serious weakness. He cannot stand by himself, he always needs support, his legs are not supporting him. Earlier he was puking a lot, but now he isn’t. Any suggestion to gain energy ...

Somalia: Japan Steps up to Help Stop Polio Outbreak in Somalia

Tokyo — UNICEF has received an emergency contribution of US$1.3 million from the Government of Japan to procure and distribute urgently needed polio vaccines for children ... old girl from Mogadishu became the first confirmed case of polio in Somalia ...

Suggested and required immunizations detailed

With the new school year here in many parts of the state, Indiana State Department of Health officials want Indiana parents to be aware of new immunization requirements for school entry. All students in grades K-12 will be required to have a record ...

Polio Eradication and Endgame Strategic Plan 2013–2018

The Polio Eradication and Endgame Strategic Plan 2013–2018 is a comprehensive, long-term strategy that addresses what is needed to deliver a polio-free world by 2018. The plan was developed by the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) in ...

Israel to launch mass polio vaccination campaign

(MENAFN - AFP) Israel on Monday launches a mass campaign in the south of the country to vaccinate 200,000 children up to nine years old against polio, Health Minister Yael German said. "The decision to proceed with a vaccination campaign was taken after it ...

Michele Bachmann Quotes: Her 7 Worst Ever

During her seven-plus years in Congress, Bachmann became a national figure, making frequent appearances on political news shows. Bachmann’s rise to national fame was as much fueled by her penchant for making highly publicized media gaffes as it was by ...

Is mind over matter healing possible?

It's easy for a skeptical mind to disregard a concept on principle and much harder to deny reality when it conforms to quantum expectations. You don't want to miss this episode of Mental Health Exposed!

World's first test-tube grown hamburger served up in London restaurant

(NaturalNews) Genetically modified foods are being rejected by countries all over the world now due to growing knowledge of GMO's pervasive, diseased properties, but the fight against GMOs may only be the beginning. Why? Because full blown, laboratory ...

Young woman's ovaries destroyed by Gardasil: Merck 'forgot to research' effects of vaccine on female reproduction

(NaturalNews) A newly-published study has revealed that Merck & Co., the corporate mastermind behind the infamous Gardasil vaccine for human papillomavirus (HPV ... into the Gardasil fray, despite the fact that the long-term side effects of the vaccine ...

Setting it Straight

Airport meeting Wednesday: The Aberdeen Airport Board meets 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. The day was wrong in the agenda in Sunday's paper. We regret the error. The American News tries to be fair and accurate. Errors discovered by our staff or our ...

Deputies look into woman’s report

A La Plata County woman was apparently hallucinating when she called police Monday to say she was being held at gunpoint against her will, law enforcement said. Kalisha Hughes, 29, was booked into the La Plata County jail on suspicion of ...

City Council: Absolutely! Aberdeen gets $48,000 in promotion money

The Aberdeen City Council devoted a lot of discussion to the allocation of promotion money at its meeting Monday. In the end, the council made only one decision involving money — allocating $48,000 to Absolutely! Aberdeen. Going into Monday ...

Temple Grandin’s Mother really bad article

Temple Grandin is arguably the most famous autistic alive. Her mother has recently written an article that I am at a loss for words in how to discuss. The article is “Autism and Child Pornography: A Toxic Combination” It’s a disturbing trend we ...

Plymouth Horoscopes with Claire Petulengro, Tuesday, August 6

Don't believe everything you hear about people's past lives until you've seen the proof. Many of the signs are talking for the sake of it as Mercury brings out a more boastful side to our natures. Ring now to hear why love may mean you making a move.

If hunger doesn't kill you, it doesn't make you stronger

“The study by Hayward et al. is one of the few to date to test empirically some of the key tenets of the PAR hypothesis,” says Jonathan Wells, an expert in paediatric nutrition at University College London, who was not involved in the researc

PS safe under us, says Palmer Party candidate

The Palmer United Party has vowed that no public servant would lose their job under a government led by billionaire Clive Palmer. The vow follows last Friday's mini-budget, in which the Rudd government proposed another $1.8 billion cut to the public ...

Will this kill the computer mouse?

Pitched by its founder as a technology aimed at replacing the computer mouse — "a needless layer of technological complexity" — the Leap Motion controller is surprisingly small for what it can do. But in its current state could it really kill the mouse?

If Jenny McCarthy Talks About Vaccines On "The View," Children Will Be Hurt

vaccinations lead to autism. McCarthy has already fueled a public health disaster and this opens up the possibility of endangering the lives of more children. Yet for McCarthy, who has an autistic son herself, she still believes in the discredited ...

Beat the Taper: Part 1

However, during the same period, eight of the company's top ten drugs saw sales rise, with sales of diabetes drug Janumet rising 16%, Gardasil revenue jumped 18% and Nasonex grew 11%. In addition, Merck has 44 drugs in its pipeline, six of which ...

77 youths sexually exploited in Milwaukee over two years, report says

"That 77 over a two-year period is just a fraction of the number of minors who have been sex-trafficked," said Claudine O'Leary of Rethink Resources, an organization that offers training to assist youths and adults who have been sexually ...

BABYOURSELF Magazine - Back to School 2013

BABYOURSELF Magazine is Central Florida's magazine for pregnant and new mommies. It's distributed by several of Orlando's OB/GYN’s in their "new mommy bags" as well as birthing centers, pediatrician's offices, maternity and baby shops, childbirth ...

The Celebrity as Hero: When Sean Penn Fought a Phantom Epidemic

For all Penn's warzone parachuting and activism in the past, the critical juncture in forming his new image seems to have come during the months he spent living in Haiti after the January 2010 earthquake ... As his days-old condition deteriorated, the ...

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