Major drug research company faked thousands of documents to get drugs approved, FDA says no big deal(NaturalNews) It is truly astounding to witness the utter corruption that takes place -- and practically in plain sight -- within the pharmaceutical drug industry. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that drug firm Cetero Research, for many years knowingly forged thousands of clinical trial documents for drug companies in order for them to gain drug approval. The FDA's response to this, though is that this massive corruption is basically no big deal.
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Breast cancer science: New reports show that federal policy on chemicals testing neglects breast health. - By Florence WilliamsBreast-cancer risk may be affected early in development The last quarter of a century has taught science some newfangled things about breasts.
If you are a coffee drinking man, you just might be giving yourself a health boost. According to the latest research, coffee may do your prostate a world of good, but you need to drink a lot of it to reap the benefits.
(NaturalNews) Coca leaves have been chewed and consumed as tea for thousands of years in the high Andes. They are rich in many essential nutrients; they ease respiratory and digestive distress and are a natural stimulant and painkiller. Indigenous tradition and scientific studies have both confirmed that in their natural form, the leaves are completely safe and non-addictive -- it takes intensive processing and toxic chemical ingredients to produce cocaine.
© Alliance for Natural Health Drug-resistant bacteria - "superbugs" - are becoming a global crisis.
(NaturalNews) Millions of people eat and drink from plastic and styrofoam cups and containers every single day, and the US government now admits that many of these consumer products contain known cancer-causing agents. The formaldehyde preservatives found in many disposable coffee cups and foam take-out containers, as well as styrene, another chemical additive used in such products, have both been added to the federal government's list of known or suspected carcinogens. The addition of these two chemicals, as well as six others, to the carcinogen list this year was reportedly a reluctant decision made by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which has been pressured by the chemical industry for years to delay coming forward with this information.
Health Canada is reviewing two new studies that show Yasmin, the country's top-selling birth control pill, may put women at a higher risk of blood clots, CBC Marketplace has learned.
As the most authoritative report yet says mobile phones pose a health risk, the cold, hard facts on mobiles and cancerBy John Naish UPDATED: 11:41 GMT, 2 June 2011
Gerald Celente: Cyprus, The Canary in The Mine
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Scientists at Oxford University have successfully tested a universal flu vaccine that could work against all known strains of the illness, taking a significant step in the fight against a disease that affects billions of people each year. The treatment – using a new technique and tested for the first time on humans infected with flu – targets a different part of the flu virus to traditional vaccines, meaning it does not need expensive reformulation every year to match the most prevalent virus that is circulating the world.
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A medical brigade of 1,200 Cubans is operating all over earthquake-torn and cholera-infected Haiti, as part of Fidel Castro's international medical mission which has won the socialist state many friends, but little international recognition.
For related articles and more information, please visit OCA's Health Resource page . Potentially deadly superbugs can be spread by flies from farms to people living miles away, scientists warned last night.