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Home Depot and Lowes sued over Roundup

Pesticide and pharmaceutical giant Bayer is facing approximately 18,400 U.S. lawsuits from individuals alleging that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, caused them to develop cancer.1 The retail giants Home Depot and Lowe’s are also being hit by glyphosate’s health risks, as two proposed class-action lawsuits have been filed over the companies’ lack of… Read More »

Over 70% of packaged foods sold in the US are ultra-processed, study finds

Over 70% of packaged foods sold in the US are ultra-processed lab products that are driving the obesity epidemic, study finds Over 160 million Americans or overweight or obese  Pre-packaged foods last longer and are staples of the convenient Western diet, but are often highly-processed and mostly empty calories  Ultra-processed foods are products that are… Read More »

States are all over the map when it comes to transgender health care – Washington Post

When a doctor recommended that Aidan Zingler undergo gender reassignment surgery, the 27-year-old hoped it would mean the end of a lifetime of anguish. A science-fiction writer living in Des Moines, Zingler was born into a female body, which caused increasing torment as the years passed. When Zingler experienced a period for the first time,… Read More »

Johnson & Johnson faces criminal probe over talc statements: report

Johnson & Johnson faces more than 14,000 lawsuits claiming harm from its iconic talc products. (J&J) Earlier this year, Johnson & Johnson disclosed that it had received federal subpoenas into its talcum powder products, but the company didn’t say whether the investigations were civil or criminal. Now, Bloomberg reports the company is under a criminal probe… Read More »

Appeals court to weigh Obamacare as case looms over 2020 healthcare debate – Washington Examiner

Obamacare faces a three-judge panel Tuesday in New Orleans that will weigh whether the healthcare law is unconstitutional and should be struck down. The timing of the case means that a decision from the court, and a potential appeal to the Supreme Court after that, could bring Obamacare’s future to the center of political debate… Read More »

Controversy over Missouri Planned Parenthood branch shows the dishonesty of the pro-abortion movement

In the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election, the debate over abortion stand outs as an issue that can sway voters like no other. Many Democrats, angry after the seating of Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, are convinced the “right” to kill the unborn is under attack. On the other hand, Republicans… Read More »

Electrotherapy warning over bogus psychiatrist Zholia Alemi

A bogus psychiatrist who treated hundreds of patients in Scotland may have referred some for needless electro-convulsive therapy, Scotland’s chief medical officer has warned. Dr Catherine Calderwood said others may have been detained under the Mental Health Act or “groomed” to gain access to their finances. Zholia Alemi worked in the NHS for 22 years… Read More »