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Project Censored – 08.09.16

Peter and Mickey spend the hour in conversation with author/educator Henry Giroux. Giroux explains the concept of ‘critical pedagogy,’
and the pivotal role that education plays for the whole of society. He warns of the increasing domination of the world by the ultra-rich,
and a new form of anti-intellectualism fostered by a failing corporate media. Among the measures the left must take to resist these forces,
he cites the formation of a broad-based third political party, and more academics taking on the duties of public intellectuals, rather than
limiting themselves to the campus.

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What Women Must Know – Effective, Time-tested, Inexpensive Treatments for Life Threatening Illnesses with Julia Schopick – 07.28.16

Effective, Time-tested, Inexpensive Treatments for Life Threatening Illnesses with Julia Schopick Julia Schopick is a best-selling author of the book, HONEST MEDICINE: Effective, Time-Tested, Inexpensive Treatments for Life-Threatening Diseases. Through her writings and her blog,HonestMedicine.com, Julia’s goal is to empower patients to make the best health choices for themselves and their loved ones by teaching them about little-known but promising treatments their …

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Sayer Ji, Founder – What Is This Petrochemical “Vitamin” Doing In Infant Brains?

Concerning research reveals that the infant brain is capable of absorbing and accumulating synthetic vitamin E. This petrochemical derivative may have significant downstream adverse effects on gene expression, immune function, and even neurodevelopment.  A provocative new study published in the British Journal of Nutrition titled, “The naturally occurring α-tocopherol stereoisomer RRR-α-tocopherol is predominant in the human infant brain,” has found that the …

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Martha Rosenberg – Early Puberty in Girls Is Becoming Epidemic and Getting Worse

Padded bras for kindergarteners [3] with growing breasts to make them more comfortable? Sixteen percent of U.S. girls experiencing breast development by the age [4] of 7? Thirty percent by the age of 8? Clearly something is affecting the hormones of U.S. girls—a phenomenon also seen in other developed countries. Girls in poorer countries seem to be spared—until they move [5] to developed countries. No scientists dispute that precocious …

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First Rise in U.S. Death Rate in Years Surprises Experts

WASHINGTON — The death rate in the United States rose last year for the first time in a decade, preliminary federal data show, a rare increase that was driven in part by more people dying from drug overdoses, suicide and Alzheimer’s disease. The death rate from heart disease, long in decline, edged up slightly. Death rates — measured as the number …

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Heather Francis – How High Fat and Sugar Diets Can Hack the Body to Prevent You From Feeling Full

When we eat a meal, we take for granted that we should feel full afterwards. But eating a diet high in sugar and fat makes it harder for our body to tell if we are full or not. The typical diet in Western societies consists of highly processed, highly palatable foods, with lots of saturated fat and refined sugar. Examples …

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Joe Herbert Ph.D. – Stress Interferes With the Rhythm of Life: Why This Matters

The whole of life is locked into a rhythm.  A slow-motion camera focused on any road would reveal two surges in traffic: one in the morning, the other in the evening.  We call them rush hours, but they are really a reflection of the way that our lives are organized.  Underlying this is the way we alternate periods of sleep …

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Study: Big Pharma’s Smoking Gun – Antidepressants Proven to Double Suicidality

Researchers from the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, and Nordic Cochrane Centre, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark have conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of the relationship between antidepressant treatment and increases in suicidality and aggression. Their study [3], published in the British Medical Journal [3], was based on 64,381 pages of clinical reports reveals new information on harms – pharmaceutical antidepressant …

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One-Third of Clinical Trial Results Never Disclosed, Study Finds

Only 29% published in journal in two years, 13% on registry Dissemination varies widely among 51 academic medical centers One-third of clinical trials conducted at 51 major U.S. universities and academic hospitals were never published in a peer-reviewed journal or in a government registry online, according to a new study in the BMJ, formerly the British Medical Journal. The researchers …

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Reporting of clinical trial results by top academic centers remains poor

Dissemination of clinical trial results by leading academic medical centres in the United States remains poor, despite ethical obligations – and sometimes statutory requirements – to publish findings and report results in a timely manner, concludes a study in The BMJ this week. Researchers found that only 29% of completed clinical trials led by investigators at major US academic centers were published within two …