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Is “BPA-Free” a Lie?

ANH-USA Close. Many products that now boast they’re “BPA-free” have simply switched to a BPA relative that may be equally toxic! Regular readers will be aware of our campaign against BPA. Bisphenol-A is a dangerous, endocrine-disrupting chemical found in many … Continue reading

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The latest goss on infanticide

Michael Cook BioEdge A Washington Post blog has announced that the editor of the Journal of Medical Ethics, Julian Savulescu, is preparing a special issue on infanticide. This follows the world-wide controversy over the JME’s February 23 article, “After-birth abortion: … Continue reading

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UK aid helps to fund forced sterilisation of India’s poor

Gethin Chamberlain Guardian Tens of millions of pounds of UK aid money have been spent on a programme that has forcibly sterilised Indian women and men, the Observer has learned. Many have died as a result of botched operations, while … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: A Controversial “Ruling” That Threatens Your Job AND the Economy

Dr.Mercola mercola.com Under the Clean Air Act, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is responsible for setting National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for various air pollutants, ozone included. But their latest ruling on ozone is riddled in controversy, as … Continue reading

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Controversy over Mexico’s ‘criminal children’ video

BBC News A video message aimed at Mexico’s presidential candidates that shows children acting as kidnappers, corrupt police officers and drug traffickers has sparked controversy in Mexico. Campaigners say the video, which was funded by private companies, is meant to … Continue reading

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Smart meter safety concerns

Lynda Kinkade Today Tonight The controversy surrounding smart meters doesn’t stop at getting your bills, and while industry test show they’re safe to use, plenty disagree. Some residents living on or near properties where they’ve been installed are blaming the … Continue reading

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Henry Kissinger and football’s longest unresolved riddle

Keme Nzerem Channel 4 Argentina’s win against Peru in the 1978 World Cup has always been mired in controversy. Now players tell Channel 4 News they were subject to political interference at the highest level. Read More: Henry Kissinger and … Continue reading

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Breaking News: NSABB Reverses Position on Flu Papers

David Malakoff Science Mag A U.S. biosecurity advisory panel has reversed course and is recommending that the U.S. government allow full publication of two controversial flu studies. After spending two days reconsidering the two manuscripts, the 23-member National Science Advisory … Continue reading

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After the Tsunami – Japan

Journeyman Pictures March 2012 On the 11th of March last year Japan’s worst ever natural disaster killed almost 20,000 people. This report reveals the controversy surrounding it and the pain of rebuilding under the fear of radioactivity. Around the world … Continue reading

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University of Alberta vs. Nestle: Controversy and honorary degrees

Scott Harris Rabble The University of Alberta is embroiled in controversy over its decision to award an honorary degree to Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, the Chair of Nestlé, the largest multinational food and water corporation in the world and one of the … Continue reading

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