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What Child Prodigies and Autistic People Have in Common

Maia Shalavitz Time A study of eight child prodigies finds that they have some striking characteristics in common, most notably high levels of autistic traits and an overrepresentation of autism in their close family members. Child prodigies evoke awe, wonder … Continue reading

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Elderly patients are being ‘deprived of food and drink so they die quicker and free up bed space’, claim doctors

Emily Allen Daily Mail Hospitals may be withholding food and drink from elderly patients so they die quicker to cut costs and save on bad spaces, leading doctors have warned. Thousands of terminally ill people are placed on a ‘care … Continue reading

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Fracking Insiders Admit To Employing Military ‘Psychological Operations’ On American Citizens

Source: BI Fracking is a contentious business. The process of injecting chemicals at high-pressure into the earth to pull out gas and oil has prompted as many reports condemning it as there are declaring it safe. Homeowners concerned for the … Continue reading

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Australian Clinic Uses IVF to Search out and Destroy Embryos With Cancer Gene

LifeSiteNews MELBOURNE, February 16, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The eugenic practice of genetic testing to screen out the “unfit” has moved a step forward in Australia. Nathan Charles Runciman, a child born January 20, was conceived in a lab by in … Continue reading

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Fracking may be banned in France

Source: RT France may impose a ban on hydraulic fracking, citing health concerns as a danger to the people and the environment. Research hasn’t’ determined the practice to be safe, and as risks abound, where does America stand on the … Continue reading

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Milk’s hidden additives

Helen Wellings Today Tonight A special report reveals the widespread industry practice of adding additives to milk, making it cheaper to produce while changing its texture.

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Babies Sleep Better If They Are Drugged And Vaccinated In The Afternoon

Christina England VacTruth Babies are now being drugged with powerful medications to reduce potential pain and fever before being vaccinated with multiple vaccinations. This is said to aid sleep which according to experts maximizes the vaccines response. Linda Franck and … Continue reading

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China to Phase Out Prisoner Organ Donation

Laurie Burkitt Wall Street Journal BEIJING—China officials plan to phase out organ harvesting of death-row inmates, a move to overhaul a transplant system that has for years relied on prisoners and organ traffickers to serve those in need of transplants. … Continue reading

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Vaccine Exemptions: Do They Really Put Others at Risk?

Alan Phillips GreenMedInfo Parents who exercise a vaccine exemption for their children are often ridiculed for putting their own children and others at risk. However, legally and medically, unvaccinated children do not pose a significant health risk to themselves or … Continue reading

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Just a little bit gay

Katherine Feeney Sydney Morning Herald Have you ever wondered whether you were a little bit gay? There’s an interesting article out today in the Medical Journal of Australia about how ‘coming out’ should be considered a health issue. According to … Continue reading

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