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Online activists are silencing us, scientists say

LONDON – Emails, tweets and blog posts in the "abuse" folder that Michael Sharpe keeps on his computer continue to accumulate. Eight years after publishing the results of a clinical study that found that some patients suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome are able to improve with the right therapies and exercises, the Oxford University professor is subjected to intimidation almost …

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Rapeseed Oil: Benefits, Risks, & How To Find A Quality Product

While culinary rapeseed or canola oil are often praised by chefs for their high smoke point, certainly not without controversy. While the plant was initially developed through the cross, many modern canola plants have been genetically modified to be resistant to herbicides, says Jess Cording, RD, registered dietitian and collective member of mbg. For this reason, many people choose to …

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CDC reports 228 measles cases in 12 states

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have confirmed 228 measles cases in 12 states so far this year. The CDC has identified six outbreaks, which defines three or more cases, in New York, Washington, Texas, Illinois and California. The cases are linked to unvaccinated American travelers who report measles in the United States from other countries where large …

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New patients cured of HIV as fight against AIDS continues

(Fred Hutch) Last week it was announced that a man from London and another from Düsseldorf seem to have recovered from HIV, the second and third, who inadvertently occurred after a transplant of bone marrow designed for cancer of patients. The first was 12 years ago with Timothy Ray Brown, a man from Seattle who has been free from HIV …

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey praises, appears on podcast of anti-vaccine fitness personality

Breaking News Email Receive the latest alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered on weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE 13 March 2019, 4:32 GMT of Ben Collins and Brandy Zadrozny Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey recorded a podcast with a fitness personality who last month repeated an unfounded claim that "vaccines really do cause autism" and told its readers …

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Romance Over: ICE Officers Send Scathing Letter To Trump

Yesterday, the ICE National Council, which represents the union representing some 7,600 agents and agents working for the US immigration and customs levy, sent a severely critical letter to President Trump concerning the current catch-and-release policies of the Administration that set off the southwest border. The ICE officials who supported President Trump in 2016 now say he failed to follow …

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The Mushroom/Brain Health Connection You Need To Know About

No, you are not stumbling: mushrooms increase the brain's power in each portion, according to new research, which could mean the difference between cognitive problems and maintaining a healthy brain in your golden years. from the NUS Yong Loo Lin school of medicine showed that consuming two or more servings of weekly mushrooms could reduce the risk of slight cognitive …

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FDA Fast-Tracks Approval of Generic Valsartan

During a continuous series of contaminated sartan drugs, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new generic of valsartan ( Diovan ) for the treatment of hypertension and 39; heart failure. The approval was granted to Alkem Laboratories Ltd. "We know that the current calls to prevent certain batches of valsartan from containing unacceptable limits of impurities from …

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Amazon removes books promoting autism cures and vaccine misinformation

Breaking News Email Receive the latest alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered on weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE 13 March 2019, 3:46 GMT of Brandy Zadrozny Amazon removes "autism care" from its online market Non-scientifically claiming children can be treated by autism with pseudoscientific methods such as ingestion and bathing in a potentially toxic form of bleach …

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