San Diego County considers forcing residents to take psychiatric medication under Laura's Law
(NaturalNews) San Diego County in California is considering implementing Laura's Law, which would give the state's second most populous county - home to over three million people - the uncontested right to force psychiatric medication upon its residents.Read more »
Fantastic article exposing one of the major reasons medical bills are so high [Hint: Government regulation forcing insurance companies and doctors to price services based on arbitrary Medicare prices].
[PDF Archive of Time magazine article, since original is behind paywall]Read more »
The horse meat scandal was all bullshit to hide the real story. Thousands dead in government run hospitals from lack of care. Is this our future under Obamacare?Read more »
Stem cell therapy is an up and coming treatment for many diseases but no stem cell treatments (except one) are approved by the FDA. As a result new successful small companies in the US are shut down because they can't afford to comply with the FDA and are forced to abandon their life saving services.Read more »
2012: The Year of Synthetic Drugs
Synthetic drugs have irrevocably changed the face of international drug dealing, while ushering in a new era of hysteria.Read more »
Walmart's New Health Care Policy Shifts Burden To Medicaid, Obamacare: Walmart, the nation’s largest private employer, plans to begin denying health insurance to newly hired employees who work fewer than 30 hours a week, according to a copy of the company’s policy obtained by The Huffington Post. Under the policy, slated to take effect in January, Walmart also reserves the right to eliminate health care coverage for certain workers if their average workweek dips below 30 hours -- something that happens with regularity and at the direction of company managers.Read more »
Pot Shops Don’t Boost Teen Drug Use, Study Says
In the never-ending battle over medical marijuana, the latest flashpoints include a myth-busting study, a popular singer and legal twists in several states.Read more »
As researchers continue to look for a possible cure for HIV-AIDS, we turn to the remarkable story of Timothy Ray Brown, known in the medical world as the "Berlin Patient." He is the first person believed to have been cured of HIV. "I was diagnosed in 1995 with HIV and I was scared to death because at that point people were dying from the disease itself and also form the only available drug at the time, AZT," Brown recalls. A decade later he was diagnosed with leukemia as well.Read more »
The Los Angeles City Council decided unanimously on Tuesday to ban all storefront medical marijuana shops, in a blow to a industry that operates in violation of federal law but has become the largest collection of pot dispensaries in California. The 14-0 vote by the council comes after conflicting court decisions on how far local jurisdictions in California can go in cracking down on the cannabis shops. Some observers say the issue could end up before the state's Supreme Court.Read more »
America: We’re (Not) #1!
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