Month: May 2016

30 Years of Mammography = Breast Cancer Overdiagnosis | Medical Journal

Screening mammography was touted to be another major leap in medical science to detect breast cancers at an earlier stage, which should help facilitate successful medication. Contrary to that enthusiastic claim, a recent study of more than a million breast cancer patients revealed that not only was the breast cancer incidence not reduced significantly as […]

“Someday We’ll Be Microchipping All Of Our Children”

Would you allow microchips to be surgically implanted in your children if that would keep them safer?  This is already being done to pets on a widespread basis, and a shocking local NBC News report is promoting the idea that if it is good for our pets, then we should be doing it to our […]

Here’s The Reason Why Prices of Ineffective Drugs Keep Increasing

In an ideal free market economy, a bad product solicits scorn and condemnation while gaining the lowest price points. In the real world, market behavior is dictated by perception, speculation, and manipulation.

Ontario Wants Forced Reeducation for Parents of Unvaccinated Children

The province of Ontario is now upping the ante against parents who are silently revolting against the march towards mandatory vaccinations by establishing a vaccination registry to track down families who are properly vaccinated and those who aren’t.

India Solves its Drought Problem with Common Sense

Massive drought is now plaguing Asia, and governments are having a hard time mitigating the problem.

Creeping Technocratic Dictatorship: Google Can Access Medical Records; Microsoft Storing Data On Your DNA

Governments are cooperating with Google so the latter could access millions of medical records already on file, while Operating System giant Microsoft wants to store data into our DNA. What are they cooking exactly?

Johnson & Johnson loses second ovarian cancer case, must pay $55mn | RT

Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has lost its second legal battle in a row over its talcum powder, which has been alleged to cause cancer. The company must now pay $55 million to a woman who says she got ovarian cancer after using the product.