(NaturalNews) Anaphalactic shock can kill you, and it turns out that HPV vaccines invoke this potentially lethal allergic reaction in 500% - 2000% more young women than any other vaccine. Get this shot and you could die right there in the clinic. Maybe that's why so many deaths are already being reported in young women receiving the HPV vaccine shots.
FDA Admits Cloned Meat, Milk May Have Already Entered Food Supply
Isn't it comforting to know the FDA is closely watching the food supply and keeping it safe for you and your family? Dream on, consumers!
Turns out the FDA has shut its eyes to important food safety issues like whether meat and milk from the offspring of cloned animals has already entered the food supply. The FDA's answer on this? It might have, but they really don't know for sure. How's that for confidence?
Is Cholesterol Drug Vytorin Linked to Cancer? Secret Clinical Trial Data Says Yes
Clinical trial data on the cholesterol drug Vytorin that's just now coming to the surface reveals a whopping 50% increase in cancer risk compared to patients taking a placebo! Hilariously, Merck says the difference is due to "chance."
Isn't it funny how all the results they WANT to see in clinical trials are due to their drugs, but all the results they DON'T want to see are due to "chance?" So much for "evidence-based medicine," huh? When the evidence is all faked or censored, it doesn't really count.
Sunlight Proven to Alter Brain Chemistry, Prevent Seasonal Affective Disorder
It's always fascinating to hear conventional doctors finally admit that exposure to sunlight positively affects brain chemistry. If you go without sunlight enough, you'll feel depressed and fatigued. It's not just the sunlight, either: It's also the fact that sunlight generates vitamin D, and if you're deficient in vitamin D (as most people are), you'll feel lousy.
Researchers Ridiculously Claim Drug Advertising Has No Effect on Consumer Demand, Sales
In one of the most ridiculous studies I've ever seen, research published in the pro-drug British Medical Journal claims that direct-to-consumer drug advertising has no effect on consumers, and drug
companies are all wasting their money on advertising.
The real message, of course, is that DTC advertising should never be banned, since it has no effect. And how did they come to this ridiculous conclusion? They studied drug sales in a country that doesn't even allow drug advertising: Canada! Stupidly, they claim the drug consuming habits of Canadians who aren't exposed to drug advertising reveals that Americans aren't influenced by advertising. Doh!