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In an analysis of nearly five dozen published scientific papers, researchers provide a synopsis of future effects from global warming on major cancers.
Children could consent to vaccines without parents’ permission, while insurance companies, vaccine providers and schools would be required to conceal that the child has been vaccinated.
While the United States remains solely focused on the impact of the coronavirus when it comes to special education coverage, the same thing is not true in Britain or in Ireland.
When WHO broadened its definition of global pandemic in 2009, H1N1 vaccine makers profited at taxpayers’ expense. COVID vaccine makers will likely reap even more benefits.
The FDA’s “Emergency Use Authorization” allows drugmakers to skip inspections designed to ensure the safety of their manufacturing plants and operations.
As of Oct. 26, at least 59 people had died and more than 1,200 reported adverse reactions following the rollout of the flu vaccine campaign.
Our children are sick 54% of American children are chronically ill. 1 in 2 teens have a mental health disorder 1 in 5 children are obese 1 in 5 teens have a severe mental disorder 1 in 6 children have a developmental disability 1 in 11 children have ADHD 1 in 12 children have asthma […]
EdTech firms collect biometric data about children’s educational, social and emotional skills, and use the data to train and improve their artificial intelligence (AI) software.
Journalists say Judge Amy Coney Barrett has displayed a profound inability to understand the ecological crisis of our times, and in so doing she enables it.
NIAID Contract Obligates Pentagon to Buy 500,000,000 Doses of Moderna’s COVID Vaccine for $9 Billion
Contract obtained through Freedom of Information Act raises questions about Fauci, transparency and conflicts of interest.
The only way we can win the battle is with democracy.
The following is a transcript of this video. Also see related article. DAFNA TACHOVER: Hi everyone, and thank you for joining us. My name is Dafna Tachover and I’m the Children’s Health Defense director of its 5G, and Wireless Home Program. We are holding this press conference to discuss the filing of our […]
At least five drugmakers are using squalene, a compound extracted from sharks, in clinical and pre-clinical evaluations for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Harvard behavioral economics prof to lead WHO’s newly created technical advisory group that aims to foster public acceptance of COVID vaccine.
Gilead’s remdesivir projected to generate $3 billion in sales for the upcoming year — but the WHO says the drug has no benefit.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Children’s Health Defense Call for Congressional Investigation of COVID origin
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Children’s Health Defense (CHD) are calling upon Congress to conduct a thorough investigation of the circumstances behind the global COVID-19 crisis that is taking an overwhelming toll on human lives and livelihoods.
It’s time to re-evaluate recommendations related to the approval, mandating and monitoring of vaccines.
COVID is exacerbating health disparities among children and having significant impacts on their physical, social and cognitive development.
Nearly half of the disinfectants recommended by the EPA contain quaternary ammonium compounds, a broad group of chemicals sometimes referred to as “quats.”
Demand for horseshoe crab blood for COVID-19 vaccines may exterminate the crabs and destroy the shore birds and the marine ecosystem that depend on them.
Holocaust survivor and activist Vera Sharav has some strong words for adults who value their health and individual freedom …
The following is a transcript of this video. Also see related article. Introduction: (Video excerpts) PATRICK BET-DAVID: There will soon be a new vaccine for the coronavirus pandemic. The question is, are these vaccines safe and can the government force you to take them? When it comes down to lawyers, they itch for things […]
Johnson & Johnson temporarily paused Phase 3 clinical trials of its COVID-19 vaccine on Monday after one participant experienced what the company termed “an unexplained illness.”
At least two airlines are testing CommonPass, a new technology designed to let passengers prove they’ve tested negative for COVID-19 before they fly.
Last month the world watched the media duck and dodge the seriousness of transverse myelitis, after it was learned that a volunteer in the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials developed the disorder.
A new nationwide online poll of 1,006 likely voters, conducted by John Zogby Strategies, finds a significant portion of the population has doubts about vaccines in general.
A telling piece in The Nation this week reports some of the conflicts of interest the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation holds in the world’s quest for a COVID-19 vaccine. According to the article, the foundation’s investments in companies working to develop COVID-19 vaccines put Gates “in a position to potentially reap considerable financial gains from the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“The Social Dilemma,” a new documentary that explores the dark side of social media, has been a hot topic online since its Netflix release in August. Directed by Jeff Orlowski, the movie makes the case that widespread use of social media has led to a decline in mental health and an increase in political polarization.
On Sept. 26, the Trump administration nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court. At age 48, Barrett could serve on the court for decades if confirmed as expected.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation awarded another $10 million late last month to the controversial Cornell Alliance for Science, a communications campaign housed at Cornell that trains fellows in Africa and elsewhere to promote and defend genetically engineered foods, crops and agrochemicals. The new grant brings the Gates Foundation grants to the group to $22 million.