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Should butter be banned?
Published September 16 2012
Concepts: butter, health, fat, doctor, food

Mayor Bloomberg's soda ban will cause New Yorkers to poison themselves with more aspartame
Published September 14 2012
Concepts: soda, ban, soda ban, people, poison

Chavez trumps Obama on teaching people to be healthy
Published July 31 2012
Concepts: Obama, Chavez, health, people, ban

London Assembly trying to ban McDonald's, Coca-Cola from 2012 Olympics
Published July 21 2012
Concepts: Coca-Cola, McDonald's, 2012, food, ban

'Foie gras' duck meat produced by force-feeding ducks, geese until their livers expand
Published July 10 2012
Concepts: duck meat, geese, animals, ban, California

Traces of banned antibiotics discovered in poultry
Published July 8 2012
Concepts: banned, antibiotics, antibiotic, poultry, ban

Is US government setting stage to outlaw Vitamin D like raw milk? Mainstream media attacks nutrition
Published June 26 2012
Concepts: Vitamin D, government, nutrition, media, mainstream media

Instead of banning soda, maybe it's time we banned stupid government bans
Published June 19 2012
Concepts: soda, ban, government, stupid, America

Poland beekeepers kick Monsanto out of the hive, successfully ban bee-killing GM corn
Published May 29 2012
Concepts: Monsanto, Poland, ban, honey, GM corn

Dr. Rashid Buttar talks vaccines on the Robert Scott Bell Show
Published May 12 2012
Concepts: Robert Scott Bell, Rashid Buttar, men, vaccine, vaccines

FDA refuses to ban antibiotics in livestock, resorts to voluntary phase out that will be ignored by industry
Published April 30 2012
Concepts: FDA, antibiotics, antibiotic, livestock, ban

Help protect food and farm freedom in your area with local 'right-to-farm' laws
Published April 25 2012
Concepts: farm, laws, farms, farmer, farmers

Scientists call for global ban on bee-killing pesticides
Published April 23 2012
Concepts: ban, scientists, pesticides, bees, honey bees

Supreme Court says police can strip search citizens for any offense
Published April 11 2012
Concepts: strip search, police, Supreme Court, citizens, justice

FDA says fresh milk is dangerous, but chemical BPA is perfectly safe!
Published April 3 2012
Concepts: FDA, BPA, the FDA, chemical, milk

Confirmed: Michigan pig ban will eliminate all heritage breeds, destroy thousands of small-scale farms
Published March 30 2012
Concepts: Michigan, ban, pigs, DNR, farms

Massive public protests spur France to ban plantings of Monsanto's MON810 GMO corn
Published March 28 2012
Concepts: GMO, ban, France, protests, GM corn

Health professionals anticipate extremely dangerous mass withdrawals as Canadian OxyContin ban takes effect
Published March 21 2012
Concepts: oxycontin, drug, ban, health, Canada

Welfare debit cards frequently used at liquor stores, strip clubs, casinos and amusement parks
Published March 6 2012
Concepts: welfare, liquor stores, debit cards, casino, investigation

Japanese pharmaceutical company tries to ban generic versions of Prograf drug to extend its monopoly
Published February 11 2012
Concepts: drug, pharmaceutical company, monopoly, petition, ban

Rep. Kucinich proposes legislation to ban open-air cultivation of pharmaceutical-producing GE crops
Published January 10 2012
Concepts: crops, Kucinich, crop, legislation, ban

Five new government restrictions on food, medicine, and health freedom that are set to take effect on January 1, 2012
Published December 28 2011
Concepts: food, medicine, health, natural, freedom

Wisconsin town seeks to ban unregistered bicycles, pedestrians from using public roads
Published December 24 2011
Concepts: pedestrians, town, bicycles, ban, Wisconsin

Government omnibus spending bill add-on puts incandescent light bulb ban on hold
Published December 21 2011
Concepts: government, light, ban, light bulb ban, energy

Florida airport could be first in US to ban naked body scanners
Published December 18 2011
Concepts: airport, Florida, body, ban, TSA

'OCCUPY' amendment would ban corporate money from politics
Published November 29 2011
Concepts: money, corporate money, ban, corporations, politics

FDA violates law by refusing to ban antibiotics from use in animal feed
Published November 14 2011
Concepts: antibiotics, FDA, antibiotic, ban, animal feed

Coca-Cola influences Grand Canyon officials to scrap plastic bottle ban
Published November 11 2011
Concepts: Grand Canyon, bottle, Coca-Cola, plastic, ban

Give me the cash or I'll douse you in toxic poison! Man robs bank using pesticide sprayer as weapon
Published November 10 2011
Concepts: pesticide, man, cash, pesticides, ban

How to take down a giant - part 5 (opinion)
Published October 31 2011
Concepts: Monsanto, Hawaii, health, Roundup, environment

Maui residents craft legislation to ban geo-engineering 'chemtrails'
Published September 26 2011
Concepts: Maui, geo-engineering, ban, legislation, article

97 percent of hospital superbugs killed with copper
Published August 22 2011
Concepts: copper, hospital, antibiotic, silver, bacteria

FDA unleashes end game scheme to outlaw virtually all dietary supplements formulated after 1994
Published July 6 2011
Concepts: FDA, supplement, the FDA, supplements, dietary

Peru implements ten-year ban on GMOs
Published June 24 2011
Concepts: Peru, ban, GMOs, crops, South America

Danish food safety laws ban products containing added vitamins, allege they are threat to public health
Published June 2 2011
Concepts: food, safety, vitamins, ban, food safety

European Union may ban plastic shopping bags
Published May 26 2011
Concepts: plastic, ban, plastic bags, european union, people

South Carolina challenges upcoming federal ban on incandescent light bulbs
Published May 12 2011
Concepts: light, federal ban, South Carolina, federal, challenges

EU ban on top herbal supplements signifies crackdown on natural health
Published May 6 2011
Concepts: health, natural, herbal, ban, supplements

Iowa Republicans conspire to ban video taping of abused animals at factory farms
Published May 4 2011
Concepts: animals, Iowa, Republicans, video, ban

Cancer-causing strawberry pesticide under review: Tell EPA to ban methyl iodide now!
Published April 22 2011
Concepts: methyl iodide, pesticide, EPA, ban, California

European politicians betray public by sabotaging efforts to regulate cloned food
Published April 7 2011
Concepts: politicians, food, Europe, ban, animals

How legalizing hemp would be a boon to humanity
Published April 2 2011
Concepts: hemp, plastic, legalizing, paper, ban

Iowa legislature prompted by Big Ag to ban secret filming of animal abuse
Published March 17 2011
Concepts: Iowa, videos, ban, legislature, abuse

Why Wisconsin's economic protests will only spread as health care costs bankrupt the states
Published February 21 2011
Concepts: health, health care, states, health care costs, medical

Mainstream media websites promoting Acai Berry Diet weight loss scam with "weird belly fat tips" ads
Published February 10 2011
Concepts: scam, news, acai, acai berry, website

Infant death rate falls after drug companies stop selling cough medicines for children under two
Published February 7 2011
Concepts: children, child, medicines, cough medicines, companies

Prominent university to ban bottled water
Published January 29 2011
Concepts: water, university, ban, bottled water, environment

Congress introduces bill to stop upcoming ban of incandescent light bulbs
Published January 21 2011
Concepts: light, Congress, ban, 2012, light bulbs

Petitions lead to EPA ban on toxic sulfuryl fluoride
Published January 19 2011
Concepts: EPA, fluoride, toxic, lead, ban

How Congress helped created the very mental illness that resulted in the Giffords shooting
Published January 11 2011
Concepts: men, mental, America, health, Congress

Germany bans cultivation of GM corn
Published December 15 2010
Concepts: Germany, corn, ban, GMOs, environment

Europe to ban BPA in baby bottles in 2011
Published November 29 2010
Concepts: BPA, baby bottles, baby, ban, Europe

Asbestos - Repeat call for universal ban is issued
Published November 20 2010
Concepts: asbestos, ban, cancer, men, death

Monsanto pressing for GMO sugar beet ban to be lifted
Published November 12 2010
Concepts: sugar, Monsanto, ban, GMO, USDA

Happy Meal ban may not do much to actually cure obesity
Published November 9 2010
Concepts: Happy Meal, ban, obesity, cure, children

Researchers suggest alternative to banning junk food
Published October 30 2010
Concepts: food, researchers, alternative, healthy, ban

How Google ads work on NaturalNews (and how you can help us ban bad ads)
Published October 25 2010
Concepts: ban, Google, NaturalNews, Adsense, drugs

Three-fourths of Americans obese or overweight by 2020, says alarming report
Published October 10 2010
Concepts: America, health, food, americans, people

FDA will Ban Food Makers from Telling the Truth about Non-GMO Foods
Published September 24 2010
Concepts: FDA, food, the FDA, GMO, health

Avandia diabetes drug placed under severe FDA restrictions in US as European regulators ban it outright
Published September 23 2010
Concepts: drug, Avandia, FDA, diabetes, regulators

Mexico bans sodas, fried foods and junk food from public school (while the USA does nothing)
Published September 19 2010
Concepts: Mexico, school, foods, sodas, public school

Natural health movement achieving key victories over HFCS, MSG, GMOs and more
Published August 31 2010
Concepts: health, food, natural, chemical, MSG

Facebook devolves into dark web of anonymous hate speech
Published August 26 2010
Concepts: facebook, WHO, people, men, hate speech

Supreme Court rules against ban on GMO alfalfa, but requires complete safety study first
Published August 8 2010
Concepts: alfalfa, ban, Supreme Court, safety, study

Researchers urging ban on point-of-sale tobacco advertising
Published July 20 2010
Concepts: tobacco, advertising, researchers, ban, school

The government war on raw milk is an attack against food freedom
Published July 10 2010
Concepts: milk, raw, raw milk, food, government

Lawsuit seeks to ban genetically modified sugar beets
Published May 19 2010
Concepts: sugar, ban, genetically modified, crop, lawsuit

Call for ban on BPA chemical in baby bottles
Published May 12 2010
Concepts: BPA, baby, chemical, ban, baby bottles

Raw milk battle reveals FDA abandonment of basic human right to choose your food
Published May 10 2010
Concepts: milk, raw, raw milk, FDA, the FDA

More states move to ban BPA even while FDA does nothing
Published May 7 2010
Concepts: BPA, ban, FDA, states, chemical

Leading heart surgeon calls for ban on butter
Published March 29 2010
Concepts: heart, fat, ban, butter, heart surgeon

Doctors demand outright ban on trans-fats in the food supply
Published March 15 2010
Concepts: fats, food, ban, doctors, health

Russia may ban chicken imports from U.S. due to chlorine chemical used in processing
Published March 13 2010
Concepts: chlorine, chicken, Russia, imports, chemical

Over Two Hundred Thousand demand USDA ban GE alfalfa once and for all
Published March 13 2010
Concepts: alfalfa, USDA, food, GE alfalfa, organic

Ban of Controversial Painkiller Dramatically Cuts Suicides in UK
Published March 8 2010
Concepts: suicides, ban, drug, cuts, suicide

Hospitals consider banning bedside flower bouquets
Published February 22 2010
Concepts: flowers, hospitals, hospital, patients, ban

Anti-Smoking Drugs Cause Mental Health Problems
Published December 13 2009
Concepts: drugs, mental health, drug, mental, anti-smoking drugs

Missouri government plots undercover sting operations against families selling raw milk
Published December 7 2009
Concepts: milk, raw, Missouri, raw milk, farm

US government report recommends blocking popular websites during pandemic flu outbreak
Published October 30 2009
Concepts: internet, pandemic, porn, report, traffic

Ten Things That Are Missing from Obama's Health Care Reform Debate
Published August 20 2009
Concepts: health, drug, health care, food, harm

U.S. Senate Health Committee Passes Health Care Reform Bill that will Bankrupt America
Published July 15 2009
Concepts: health, health care, America, reform, health care reform

Timeline: World History of Viral Pandemics: 412BC to 2009
Published May 1 2009
Concepts: flu, 5, man, influenza, bird flu

Taiwan Surpasses U.S. on Key Achievements: Health Care, High Speed Rail and Fiscal Responsibility
Published April 26 2009
Concepts: Taiwan, America, health, world, health care

Maryland May Ban Artificial Food Colors
Published March 26 2009
Concepts: food, ban, Maryland, artificial food, children

Six Baby Bottle Manufacturers Quietly Agree to Remove Bisphenol-A (BPA) from Baby Bottles
Published March 9 2009
Concepts: 5, BPA, AMA, bottle, Amazon

FDA Recommends Ban of Painkiller after Fifty Years
Published February 13 2009
Concepts: FDA, ban, pain, drug, the FDA

FDA Declares Form of Vitamin B6 a Drug, Effectively Banning Pyridoxamine from Dietary Supplements
Published February 12 2009
Concepts: FDA, drug, pyridoxamine, the FDA, form

Hands Free Cell Phone Use Shown to Disorient Drivers
Published February 7 2009
Concepts: cell phone, cell phone use, free, cell phones, men

Hands Free Cell Phone Use Shown to Disorientate Drivers
Published February 3 2009
Concepts: cell phone, cell phone use, free, cell phones, men

Ban Plastic Water Bottles
Published January 30 2009
Concepts: water, bottle, plastic, bottles, water bottles

USDA Backs Off Mandatory National Animal Identification Registration
Published January 27 2009
Concepts: USDA, mandatory, world, ban, farm

The Failing U.S. Economy is Not a Financial Problem, It's a Health Problem
Published December 18 2008
Concepts: health, economy, America, disease, people

Can Obama's Win Lead to Meaningful Health Care Reform? 13 Urgent Suggestions for a Healthy USA
Published November 5 2008
Concepts: health, men, Obama, health care, drug

"Change Congress" Movement Aims to Ban Corporate Lobbyists in Washington
Published November 2 2008
Concepts: lobbyists, ban, corporate lobbyists, movement, money

Massachusetts May Ban All Drug Industry Gifts to Doctors
Published October 8 2008
Concepts: gifts, ban, drug, massachusetts, industry

Bayer Pesticide Chemicals Linked to Devastating Collapse of Honeybee Populations
Published September 30 2008
Concepts: pesticide, bees, Bayer, chemicals, collapse

Financial Bailout will Lead to Demise of the Dollar as Hyperinflation Saps Savings
Published September 27 2008
Concepts: ban, financial, money, debt, banks

Call for Ban on Eight Dangerous Food Dyes in U.S. Foods
Published September 22 2008
Concepts: food, food dyes, dangerous, ban, orange

Canadian Government Pressured to Ban Junk Food Ads
Published August 28 2008
Concepts: food, ban, health, child, government

EPA, American Chemistry Council Conspire to Remove Toxicologist From Panel on Flame Retardant Safety
Published August 21 2008
Concepts: EPA, rice, deca, chemistry, American Chemistry Council

USDA Refuses to Ban Sick "Downer" Cows From U.S. Food Supply
Published August 17 2008
Concepts: cows, food, ban, USDA, slaughter

U.S. Cities Would be Locked Down, Quarantined Under Pandemic Flu Response Plan
Published August 10 2008
Concepts: pandemic, flu, cities, ban, people

Junk Food Advertising to Children Banned in UK
Published August 2 2008
Concepts: children, child, food, junk food, advertising

Should the FDA Regulate Tobacco? Health Freedom Advocate Says Criminalizing Cigarettes is a Mistake
Published July 31 2008
Concepts: cigarettes, tobacco, people, FDA, health

North Dakota Farmers Sue to Overturn U.S. Ban on Industrial Hemp
Published July 15 2008
Concepts: hemp, ban, farmers, North Dakota, industrial hemp

Consumer Outrage May Reverse Pennsylvania's rBGH-Free Dairy Label Censorship Sham
Published July 6 2008
Concepts: dairy, reverse, censorship, milk, rBGH

The Politics of National Health Care Reform: Why no Popular Presidential Candidate can Solve Our Health Care Crisis (transcript)
Published July 3 2008
Concepts: health, disease, people, men, drug

Health Freedom Warning: Drug Company Seeks to Outlaw Vitamin B6 to Protect Pharma Profits
Published June 25 2008
Concepts: drug, vitamin B6, FDA, health, natural

Mercury Fillings Shattered! FDA, ADA Conspiracy to Poison Children with Toxic Mercury Fillings Exposed in Groundbreaking Lawsuit
Published June 5 2008
Concepts: mercury, FDA, the FDA, dentist, men

FDA Opens Public Comment for Safety of Mercury in Dentistry (Action Alert)
Published May 23 2008
Concepts: mercury, FDA, amalgams, safety, dental

Norway Becomes First Country to Ban Amalgam Fillings
Published April 4 2008
Concepts: ban, mercury, Norway, environment, environmental

Explaining Monsanto's Desire to Ban Current Milk Labeling
Published April 1 2008
Concepts: milk, ban, Monsanto, BGH, rBGH

Aloha Aspartame? Unfortunately, Not Yet
Published March 11 2008
Concepts: aspartame, FDA, Aloha, ban, sugar

EPA, American Chemistry Council Conspire to Remove Toxicologist Deborah Rice from Panel on Flame Retardant Safety
Published March 4 2008
Concepts: EPA, chemical, rice, the EPA, deca

Advocate Group Urges Ban on Junk Food Marketing to Children
Published February 21 2008
Concepts: marketing, food, drug, ban, children

Hawaii Aspartame Bill Update: Lobbyists Crushing Consumer Protection Law to Ban Nutrasweet
Published February 20 2008
Concepts: Hawaii, aspartame, health, lobbyists, ban

The Dangers in Hair Coloring and Safer Alternatives
Published February 1 2008
Concepts: hair, safe, color, man, chemical

Consumers Advocate Group Urges Ban on Marketing to Children
Published January 24 2008
Concepts: marketing, drug, ban, children, consumers

Agricultural Antibiotics May Be the Cause of Super-Bugs
Published November 22 2007
Concepts: antibiotic, antibiotics, bacteria, hospital, hospitals

European drug companies seek to end direct-to-consumer advertising ban; hope to follow U.S. drug advertising model
Published August 30 2007
Concepts: companies, drug, advertising, drug companies, information

Common crop herbicide Atrazine linked to reproductive mutations in amphibians
Published August 27 2007
Concepts: Atrazine, pesticides, chemical, crop, herbicide

The latest U.S. health safety distraction ploy: Blame China!
Published August 3 2007
Concepts: food, chemical, china, America, health promotes energy efficient lighting, but neglects LED lights
Published July 30 2007
Concepts: light, energy, lighting, mercury, lights

FDA tyranny to become law: HR.2900 analysis by Richards and Adams
Published July 12 2007
Concepts: FDA, the FDA, drug, America, Big Pharma

Incandescent light bulb ban in U.K. could reduce CO2 emissions up to 3 million tons annually
Published June 17 2007
Concepts: light, ban, incandescent bulbs, CO2, CO2 emissions

The new rules of imperialism: Economic warfare, consumer products and disease exports
Published May 29 2007
Concepts: America, world, war, people, products

Australia bans incandescent light bulbs with three-year phase-out
Published May 10 2007
Concepts: light, light bulbs, Australia, lights, incandescent light bulbs

Analysis: Senate committee approves drug safety bill, but FDA still runs on Big Pharma money - UPDATE 1
Published April 19 2007
Concepts: FDA, drug, the FDA, companies, drug companies

Americans fed up with drug industry influence, FDA corruption, reveals remarkable Consumer Reports survey
Published April 16 2007
Concepts: drug, FDA, companies, the FDA, drugs

San Francisco becomes first U.S. city to ban plastic grocery bags
Published March 28 2007
Concepts: plastic, San Francisco, ban, legislation, shopping bags

Lindane pesticide banned by the EPA, but still allowed by FDA in children's products
Published March 27 2007
Concepts: lindane, shampoo, pesticide, FDA, banned

Health Canada may end ban on saccharin and reintroduce the chemical sweetener to Canadian public
Published March 15 2007
Concepts: saccharin, sweetener, ban, health, Canada

Superfoods under attack: UK's Food Standards Agency threatens to stop sale of goji berries
Published March 5 2007
Concepts: food, superfoods, sale, berries, standards

The health care reform legislation that Congress should pass, but won't
Published February 15 2007
Concepts: health, drug, food, health care, disease

California legislator set to introduce new bill to ban incandescent light bulbs
Published February 10 2007
Concepts: light, California, ban, light bulbs, 5

NY lawmaker wants to ban use of cell phones and iPods in crosswalks
Published February 9 2007
Concepts: ban, iPods, cell phones, people, New York

L.A. enacts voluntary trans fat ban
Published February 1 2007
Concepts: fat, trans fat, trans fats, restaurant, ban

High levels of DDT still present in fish
Published January 30 2007
Concepts: DDT, water pollution, ban, fish, EPA

Bill in New Mexico could ban aspartame from the state
Published January 30 2007
Concepts: aspartame, ban, New Mexico, artificial sweeteners, warning

Maryland legislator seeks to ban trans fat
Published January 25 2007
Concepts: ban, trans fats, Maryland, fat, trans fat

Los Angeles County considering banning trans fats in restaurants
Published January 16 2007
Concepts: trans fats, ban, Los Angeles, food, hydrogenated oils

Panel votes to extend antidepressant black box warning to children and teens
Published January 4 2007
Concepts: warning, the FDA, antidepressants, drug, children

Massachusetts bill seeks trans fats ban
Published January 1 2007
Concepts: trans fat, trans fats, massachusetts, restaurant, food

Australian city debates trans fat ban after NYC takes action
Published December 26 2006
Concepts: fat, trans fat ban, trans fat, hydrogenated oils, fats

Pediatricians call for ban on junk food advertising to children
Published December 12 2006
Concepts: food, pediatricians, junk food, advertising, ban

New York becomes first U.S. city to ban trans fats
Published December 5 2006
Concepts: ban, fat, trans fats, food, trans fat

Researcher calling for ban of plastics chemical says major chemical company tried to silence his report
Published December 5 2006
Concepts: chemical, BPA, plastics, ban, research

San Francisco to ban children's toys made with toxic chemicals; bisphenol A and phthalates targeted
Published November 23 2006
Concepts: chemicals, toxic chemicals, phthalates, San Francisco, chemical

American Heart Association opposes New York trans fats ban
Published November 16 2006
Concepts: trans fats, New York, heart, health, American Heart Association

FDA denies ban on Vegemite imports
Published October 27 2006
Concepts: ban, FDA, the FDA, food, media

NYC to hold public hearing on trans fat ban; health consumers rally at
Published October 18 2006
Concepts: fat, health, trans fat, ban, hydrogenated oils

FDA's illegal ephedra ban challenged yet again by Nutraceutical Corp
Published October 4 2006
Concepts: ephedra, the FDA, ban, illegal, herb

Food industry to fight trans fat ban with lawsuits
Published October 2 2006
Concepts: food, ban, health, trans fats, industry

NYC considering ban of all trans fats in restaurants
Published September 27 2006
Concepts: ban, fats, trans fats, hydrogenated oils, food

WHO may recommend global ban on partially hydrogenated oils in foods
Published September 21 2006
Concepts: hydrogenated oils, WHO, food, ban, the WHO

Study supports 'urgent' need for worldwide ban on lead-based paint (press release)
Published September 20 2006
Concepts: paint, lead, study, ban, 5

International taskforce calls for global ban on junk food advertising to children to combat obesity epidemic
Published September 6 2006
Concepts: food, obesity, children, junk food, ban

For Sale: Physicians' Prescribing Data (press release)
Published August 31 2006
Concepts: physicians, sale, sales, health, AMA

Tobacco Industry Promoted “Ineffective” Ventilation Systems (press release)
Published August 30 2006
Concepts: tobacco, smoke, industry, smoking, ban

Greenpeace calls for global ban on American rice after GM contamination discovered
Published August 29 2006
Concepts: rice, Greenpeace, GM rice, contamination, ban

Red Card for Mercury! Time for total ban (press release)
Published August 23 2006
Concepts: mercury, ban, environment, health, environmental

Coca-Cola banned at UK university as awareness of pesticide content spreads
Published August 21 2006
Concepts: Coca-Cola, university, banned, UK, pesticide

India threatened by business interests: Sell Coke and Pepsi, or your economy will suffer
Published August 11 2006
Concepts: India, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, economy, business

JAMA refuses to exclude authors who hide financial ties to drug companies
Published August 8 2006
Concepts: JAMA, drug, WHO, financial, medical journals

Governor of Minnesota pushes for ban of consumer drug ads
Published July 25 2006
Concepts: drug, ban, Minnesota, patients, advertising

Seventh case of mad cow disease confirmed in Canada
Published July 14 2006
Concepts: disease, mad cow disease, mad cow, BSE, cattle

UK begins serious debate to ban TV advertising of junk foods to children
Published July 6 2006
Concepts: ban, UK, advertising, debate, foods

New Sports Line Activates the Release of Chemicals Which Can Enhance a Player’s Performance and the Authorities Can’t Ban (press release)
Published July 3 2006
Concepts: sports, college, chemicals, performance, ban

Medical Journals Should Ban Drug Advertisements, Say Researchers (press release)
Published July 1 2006
Concepts: drug, medical, advertisements, medical journals, researchers

Japan and pro-whaling nations revoke ban, declare whale slaughter will resume
Published June 22 2006
Concepts: ban, Japan, whaling, whale hunting, slaughter

Sunshine heals cancer, and the FDA is powerless to stop it, regulate it or ban it
Published April 25 2006
Concepts: sunlight, cancer, FDA, medicine, the FDA

The collapse of health and the downfall of the U.S. economy (preview)
Published March 20 2006
Concepts: health, drug, economy, heal, disease

Bird flu timeline: A history of influenza from 412 BC – AD 2006
Published February 6 2006
Concepts: flu, 5, bird flu, H5N1, Chi

New Mexico activists hope to achieve an unprecedented ban on aspartame
Published November 20 2005
Concepts: aspartame, ban, man, Mexico, New Mexico

FDA accused of suppressing drug safety information (commentary)
Published October 14 2005
Concepts: drug, drugs, FDA, the FDA, people

Where's the health in health care reform?
Published October 14 2005
Concepts: health, heal, people, WHO, health care

Unnecessary surgery exposed! Why 60% of all surgeries are medically unjustified and how surgeons exploit patients to generate profits
Published October 7 2005
Concepts: surgery, men, medical, form, 5

The great thimerosal cover-up: Mercury, vaccines, autism and your child's health
Published September 22 2005
Concepts: vaccine, mercury, thimerosal, child, vaccines

A call to action: how we can beat the European Food Supplements Directive
Published July 13 2005
Concepts: vitamins, food, supplements, food supplements, Food Supplements Directive

Losing weight with appetite suppressing drugs, herbs and macronutrients
Published July 6 2005
Concepts: appetite, appetite suppressant, weight, appetite control, appetite suppressants

Where's the health in health reform?
Published July 1 2005
Concepts: health, drug, health care, drugs, disease

Why organized medicine wants to outlaw nutrition and turn healers into criminals
Published June 6 2005
Concepts: heal, people, health, medicine, drug

Driving with a cell phone is a lot less dangerous than driving on prescription drugs
Published May 28 2005
Concepts: cell phone, cell phones, driving, prescription, people

Why we should bar smokers from taxpayer-funded health care coverage
Published March 6 2005
Concepts: health, people, smoking, smoke, health care

How to slash national health care costs by 90% through education, nutrition, and a ban on junk food marketing
Published December 5 2004
Concepts: food, health, nutrition, foods, disease

As the FDA Banned Ephedra, Over-The-Counter Sudafed Fueled Widespread Harm By Providing Raw Materials for Illegal Methamphetamine Labs
Published August 6 2004
Concepts: the FDA, Sudafed, ephedra, herb, methamphetamine

Lane Labs is latest victim in FDA's war of oppression against nutritional supplements that fight cancer
Published July 30 2004
Concepts: FDA, the FDA, Lane Labs, nutritional supplements, health

Modern medicine is little more than a grand con perpetrated by medical journals, drug companies and the FDA
Published May 28 2004
Concepts: drug, medical, companies, drug companies, medicine

FDA bans andro supplements, but won't ban prescription drugs that cause children to commit suicide
Published May 5 2004
Concepts: FDA, drugs, children, supplements, ban

The science says ban soft drinks in schools, but the FDA support profits, not health
Published January 5 2004
Concepts: ban, schools, FDA, soft drinks, profits

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