(MassReport) At the rate that neurodevelopmental disorders have been increasing in diagnosis, a bystander might assume they were contagious. Dr. Phillipe Grandjean, researcher at Harvard School of Public Health, and Dr. Landrigan, of New York’s Mount Sanai, report that “disorders of neurobehavioural development affect 10–15% of all births.” Of course marketing by drug companies and […]
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 13 million workers in the United States are potentially exposed to chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin. This is a frightening statistic, and does not even include the skin care products that we willingly lather on our skin that, unknown to us, can […]
Like so many people who fear their health has been damaged by living near a hazardous waste site, the veterans of Camp Lejeune, a polluted Marine Corps base in Jacksonville, North Carolina, have had a long time to wait and stew. For decades, until 1987, drinking water at the 244-square-mile (632-square-kilometer) coastal camp, home […]
49 million Americans live close to Toxic Superfund sites, but no one really talks about them anymore
For most of his adult life Jun Apostol has lived, willingly, in the shadow of a mountain of waste. An accountant who’s now retired, he planted his family in 1978 in a modest new house in Montebello, an industrial cum bedroom community just east of Los Angeles. Behind the house, in neighboring Monterey Park, sat an […]
Natural News tests flu vaccine for heavy metals, finds 25,000 times higher mercury level than EPA limit for water
(NaturalNews) Mercury tests conducted on vaccines at the Natural News Forensic Food Lab have revealed a shockingly high level of toxic mercury in an influenza vaccine (flu shot) made by GlaxoSmithKline (lot #9H2GX). Tests conducted via ICP-MS document mercury in the Flulaval vaccine at a shocking 51 parts per million, or over 25,000 times higher than the […]
On Thursday November 20th at 11 a.m. the ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the R.A. Bloch Cancer Survivor Plaza recently completed in the East end of Julia Davis Park. This marks the end of a very long, taxing process and the beginning of a well deserved life-long celebration recognizing Cancer Survivors for their heroic […]
Idaho rock legend Paul Revere from ‘Paul Revere and the Raiders’ passed away from brain cancer yesterday, October 4, 2014. Our hearts go out to his family and loved ones. Paul’s legacy will live on through his wonderful music and charitable endeavors. PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS
A lot of children want to be on tv, mostly because it makes them feel special and important. Check out this video of an adorable little girl whose reasoning for wanting to be on television stretches much deeper. Hannah was diagnosed with kidney cancer in February of 2014 and is doing well.
Good news on the honeybee front — a team of scientists in the UK have created a biopesticide made from spider venom and plant protein that may provide hope for the endangered pollinators. A study published in the research journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B states that the experimental, nontoxic biopesticide Hv1a/GNA is “unlikely to cause […]
BOISE — There’s a lot of construction going on at Julia Davis park right now. Crews are working on two projects designed to honor cancer patients and survivors. It’s a show of support that means a lot to Trevor Schaefer. Click Here to read the entire article and watch the news segment!