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Sunday, December 31, 2006

Patients die as Sicilian mafia buys into the hospital service
Woman infected with HIV at Libyan hospital dies
City dwellers poised to take over the world
The Food We Eat
Environmental groups to push for greener, cleaner state
Research Finds Antioxidant Therapies Do Not Interfere With Radiation
Treatment

The Spine as Profit Center
Homeopathic Or Herbal Remedies Prescribed By 60 Percent Of Doctors'
Surgeries in Scotland

Fast Food Invades Children's Hospitals

Saturday, December 30, 2006

Alert: Stop USDA from Stacking Federal Organic Standards Board with
Industry Reps

2,500 mallard ducks drop dead in south Idaho
Ads for French retailers set to hit the airwaves
Spiders? Heights? Find out what scares us most
Contaminants found in water supply
The Disrespect for Truth has Brought a New Dark Age
Huge ice shelf breaks free in Canada's far north
Adults living with children eat more fat than do other adults
Study: Many Kids Too Fat by Preschool
Student's struggle to beat cancer has been fraught with setbacks
Dolly for dinner? Not just yet, critics say
FDA OK may spark 'clone-free' labels
The FDA wants to hear from you about Animal Cloning

Friday, December 29, 2006

EPA Finds Lead in Plants and Animals at Ringwood Mines/Landfill
Superfund Site

Dropping Old Diseases, Discovering New Ones
As many as 50,000 Md. pupils haven’t received required vaccines,
face deadline

Ad Campaigns Help Get Kids Active
Italian fashion industry gives too-skinny models the boot
House calls make trial comeback
Sobering up can undo damage to brain
Cloned food ruling sparks debate
Spices and herbs may help you avoid disease

Thursday, December 28, 2006

Theme Parks Now Offering You Trans-Fat Free Food
FDA to declare that cloned animals are safe to eat
Are Genetically Modified Peanuts Any Improvement on the Real Thing?
Want to get out of hospital fast? Then don't go in on a Thursday

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Medical Journal Pulls Column Critical of Patient Group
Former medical director at AIDS clinic pleads guilty to fraud
Family Dinner Can Save Kids
New Evidence Linking Toxic Food Containers to Breast Cancer Risks in the
Womb

Living near busy street ups breathing problems
ID card call to 'stop bullying'
American medical group criticized for vetoing talks on drug-firm ties
Jailed for blogging
When faith and medicine collide
Research Suggests Better Option For Treating Organophosphorour Pesticide
Poisoning

Neurologists for patient safety
Is Medicare Killing Your Local Pharmacy?
The awakening: A coma victim finds her way -- through her art
Fosamax Break Won't Up Fracture Risk
Acid Reflux Drugs May Up Fractures
How Black Cohosh Tames a Woman's Hot Flashes
Cancer woman misses treatment to make a point in 600-mile boat race

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Food Marketing-Fueled School Channel "Going, Going Gone"?
Pipe leak in Gulf of Mexico leaves half-mile slick
How to get healthy in 4 hours a week
Replidyne stops bronchitis drug trial
Physical Activity In Children Linked To Motør Ability
Negative Emotions Can Be Deadly to Your Health
Medical Society Advises Physicians On How To Minimize Dangers Of
Contrast Dye - To Prevent Kidney Damage After Imaging Procedures

Telik cancer drug fails trials; stock plummets
Out With Old, In With New — Medications

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Health care reform walks fine line
Brain-damaged woman wins $16 million in malpractice suit

Saturday, December 23, 2006

New nerve cells in brain could act to alleviate epilepsy
NIH scientist must forfeit $300,000 fee: Top Alzheimer's expert didn't disclose
consulting work with drug company.

Brazilian berry destroys cancer cells in lab, UF study shows
Scientists Support Richard Doll, Who First Demonstrated The Link Between
Cancer And Smoking

Renowned cancer scientist was paid by chemical firm for 20 years
Strong medicine
Behavioral therapy can help chronic back pain

Friday, December 22, 2006

Doctors give drug reps less time
SKorea says traces of tosic chemical found in US beef
Henry Ford Health System to Implement Strict Vendor Policies
Vioxx award reduced to $7.75 million
Court halves Exxon spill damages

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Pfizer's McKinnell to get $180M package
A Place Where No One Breathes Easy
Breast Cancer Survival Times Increase Significantly After Treatment With
Herceptin and Chemotherapy, UCLA Researcher Reports

Lithium-Like Drugs May Impair Neuronal Function
Experience Sculpts Brain Circuitry to Build Resiliency to Stress
British obesity prescriptions bloat 600 percent in six years
Do food ads make kids fat? Effort to limit commercials may be revived
Doctor Removes Wrong Organ During Surgery
Bacterial outbreak raises question about East Los Angeles hospital’s
cleaning policy


Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Concern over rising use of 'chemical cosh' on disturbed youngsters
GP's blunder forced me to have a leg amputated
Is Europe's patent system discouraging innovation among
pharmaceuticals?

Can You Really Trust Monsanto? -- How They Corrupted Science
U.S. to pay for disease defense
Heard Any Fake News Lately?
U.S. wants prominent warnings on pain relievers
Modern neuroscience is eroding the idea of free will
Cancer risk rises after kidney transplant, study says
Low turnout for obesity testing
Grandma puts baby in bin, sends through x-ray machine at airport

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

FDA Strengthens Warning on Heart Surgery Drug
Scientist warns over GM potato trials
Expanding Wiley-VCH Food And Nutrition Journal Portfolio
FDA Panel Hits Antibiotic For Bronchitis, Sinusitis
Colonoscopy Complications Uncommon
Type 1 Diabetes a Nerve Disease?
FDA Warns of Deaths Linked to Rituxan
Nutrients may help older people fight flu
Cyber-dissident held four months without trial
Lawmaker Wants To Ban Trans Fats

Monday, December 18, 2006

Sir Richard Doll: A Questionable Pillar of the Cancer Establishment
Falsies on Parade: The Worst Spinners of 2006
Breast cancer news draws mixed reaction
Doctor wages war on childhood obesity
Suburban sprawl may create heavier kids
Recordings of electrical activity reveal internal brain dialogue
Eli Lilly said to encourage use of pill for unapproved illnesses
Offer may spark bidding war over drug benefits manager
MRSA strain kills two in hospital
Drug resistant TB cases higher than once estimated
Brain can repair alcohol's damage
Big Pharma & FDA Strike Oil While Injuring Millions
What happens to your body if you drink a Coke right now?

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Cannabis chocolate trio convicted
Former Tobacco Lobbyist Turned Governor Kills Statewide Anti-Smoking
Program

Many children discontinuing use of ADHD Medication
Washington uses flu pandemic money to prepare for any disaster
New publishing rules restrict scientists
Commercial Marketing In Schools May Discourage Healthy Nutrition
Environment For Students

Eli Lilly played down risks of top drug-NY Times
Medical spas now offer Botox in the malls

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Bayer drug can cause kidney damage, FDA warns
The National Adult Literacy Survey
Government Accountability Office Blasts FDA
Mass. smokers sue Philip Morris on cancer checks

Friday, December 15, 2006

Many animal tests are badly flawed, say scientists
FDA: Blood Substitute Test Shouldn't Go on
FDA needs to watch drugs ads more closely: report
Centralized Medicine
If you're awake, you're probably using media

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Jesus Camp, Pt. 2
(You Tube Video).
Doctor: FDA-Approved Drug A 'Time Bomb'
Authors fight misinformation on stem cell science
Doctor fatigue hurting patients
Anesthesia in childhood: Are there dangers?
10,600 Scientists Condemn Political Interference in Science
Harnessing the power of plants to fight cancer
Youth in Advanced Countries Unhappier
Health minister faces two Indias, obese and hungry
India says its carbon emissions not harming world
Nuclear power no green alternative to fossil fuels: study
Right To 'Preserve One's Health' At Stake In Supreme Court Case
Concerning Federal Abortion Ban, Opinion Piece Says

Feel better, naturally
Do Americans Really Care About GM and Cloned Foods?
HIV drug maker receives subpoena
Health costs for retirees likely to rise
Vegetarians' low-calorie diet gives new cancer-cure clues
Government Considers Banning Lead in Children's Jewelry
The National Socialist Medical Welfare State
Oceans may rise over 4 1/2 feet by 2100
Young people who cook at home eat better
Google to "consider" removing "offensive material" from Google Earth
Yahoo! and Google asked to respect free expression in shareholder
resolution filed by New York City Pension Fund


Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Medication-suicide link remains touchy subject
U.S. panel urged to back new antidepressant warning
Government Scientist Pleads Guilty to Accepting Pfizer Fees
Meat Firms Give USDA an Earful on 'Natural' Label
More children see doctors for asthma: CDC
More openness recommended for hazmat sites
FDA Advisory Panel Recommends More Warnings About Drug-Eluting
Stents

Health Benefits, Risks Weighed For Mammography In 40-something
Women

Thousands of cancer patients lose their homes

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Cori will be a guest on Keith Hansen's radio show, Vyzygoth's Grassy Knoll
Tuesday morning, from 10:00-11:00 EST.
Keith's website is: http://vyzygoth.com
To listen live, click here
The show will also archived and will be available to listen to by 1:00pm EST
the same day by clicking this link: Vyzygoth's Grassy Knoll.
Choose Wisely in the Organic Food Aisle
Patients Unaware Of Risks And Purpose Of Research Even After Informed
Consent


Monday, December 11, 2006

E-tainted corn must be destroyed, says MAF
More parents waiting, not giving antibiotics right away, for ear aches
Beyond Ridiculous - - Coke Plus with Vitamins!
Fakes, bottlenecks hobble herb's fight vs malaria
Detailed Corporate Social Responsibility Reports Rare, Publicity-Driven
Patients set to check hospital
Nurses report high levels of abuse, stress
New scanner shows up hidden fat inside the body

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Demonize pharma at all our peril
Allergies and the Hygiene Hypothesis
Yes, in fact, there is accounting for taste
State's files on doctors fall short
Doctor's Record, Patient's Nightmare

Saturday, December 9, 2006

It is Possible! We Can Shut Down McDonald's With Our Economic Votes!
Renowned cancer scientist was paid by chemical firm for 20 years
Conservatives cracking down on toxic chemicals
Keeping Europe's food safe, thanks to new EU lab
This Is Health Care In America….
FDA panelists reviewing medical devices have ties to makers of stents
Benefits of stents outweigh risk, FDA panel says
Panel says wide use of drug-coated stents risky
NIH scientist pleads guilty to conflict of interest
U.S. has most prisoners in world due to tough laws
Ethics inquiry could be awkward

Friday, December 8, 2007

EPA May Drop Lead Air Pollution Limits

Thursday, December 7, 2006

Expert drug trial safety advice
NIH Scientist Charged With Conflict-of-Interest Violation
Drugs may win faster approval
Plastics 'poisoning world's seas'
Hong Kong to tighten food safety laws
Hormones in milk can be dangerous
Common Pesticide Poses Serious Threat, New Study Finds
Demise of playtime
Cori will be a guest on Keith Hansen's radio show, Vyzygoth's Grassy Knoll
Tuesday morning, from 11:00am to 12 noon EST. The show will be available to listen to by 1:00pm EST the same day by clicking this link:
Vyzygoth's Grassy Knoll. Keith's website is: http://vyzygoth.com
To listen live, click here

Wednesday, December 6, 2006

FDA Should Develop Consistent National Policy on Functional Food
Claims to Protect Consumers, Says American Dietetic Association

Cookie scent? No thanks, we'd rather have fumes
Changing commercials
Effects of Adult Antidepressants Mixed
Strap On An Apron, Eat Healthier
Australia lifts ban on cloning human embryos

Tuesday, December 5, 206

'Double Diabetes' a New Threat
Sugary Deals Tempt Health Care Charities
Hair-growth drug artificially lowers PSA levels in prostate cancer
screening, study finds

Get the Lead Out: Wildlife Advocates File Suit to Replace Toxic Ammo
with Safer Alternatives

Broad-Based Coalition Mobilizes for FCC Hearing in Nashville
Diabetes running rampant
Once middle age disease, diabetes hits more children
Drug for diabetes works, but it has serious side effects
USDA disputes claim that U.S. chicken unsafe
Fears of CJD cancel surgeries in London, Ont.
EU clashes over first "live" GMO crop since 1998
Nonstick chemicals may pose a threat
Alternative Medicine Is Libertarian Medicine
FDA staff: Adult antidepressant risks differ by age
Source of water contamination still unknown
Oxygen therapy: Should it be started sooner?
Hospitals And Physicians: Not A Pretty Picture
Changes in food prices, 1985-2000
Explore planet Earth in near-real time

Monday, December 4, 2006

Pfizer stops clinical trials of cholestorol-controlling Torcetrapib
Pfizer scraps drug trial after deaths
Laughter yoga no joke for fad's followers
Search for crops that can survive global warming
It's hot - but climate research is being cut
Obese should exercise not 'diet'
"Organic" fish a slippery issue
Kraft gets sued over fake guacamole
Flame retardant risk stokes debate
Docs blast inappropriate ads for children
Specialty drugs seen driving up health care premiums
Fast food in children's hospitals a bad lesson

Saturday, December 2, 2006

Nutricide - Criminalizing Natural Health, Vitamins and Herbs - Video
www.healthfreedomusa.org
Report Sparks Changes at Pharmacy Chains
'Mind Wars -- Brain Research and National Defense'
Groundwater polluted in 9 out of 10 Chinese cities
Fatigue Reduced In Auto-Immune Conditions By Low Impact Aerobic
Exercise Says Multi-study Review

Don't Expect Big Push for Celebrex for Juvenile Arthritis
What's Wrong With the Yellow Wiggle?
Diabetes Drug Halts Weight Gain in Kids Taking Antipsychotics
A rush to overprescribe?
Chemotherapy Can Be More Toxic To Brain Cells Than To Cancer Cells
And May Cause Brain Damage

Preparing nurses to face the pandemic of diabetes mellitus

Friday, December 1, 2006

Puffing on polonium
France is selling historical buildings to pay off debt
The Carlyle Connection
GM potato trials given go-ahead
Prospects for Ethics Reform in the 110th Congress
FDA, Lawmaker Clash Over Antibiotic
Organic group slams junk-food family restaurants

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