The decline of organized labor in the United States has contributed significantly to wage stagnation and rising inequality, according to a new report released Tuesday by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI). “Rebuilding our system of collective bargaining is an important tool available for fueling wage growth for both low- and middle-wage workers and ending the era of persistent wage stagnation.” …
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary gave you information on these great topics below and played great videos for you to hear and watch. Click on the links below to watch or read.
Life expectancy for white women falls slightly in U.S.
Better sleep and tai chi reduce inflammation and promote health
Talk outshines light in preventing return of winter blues, says new UVM study
Brain’s immune system could be harnessed to fight Alzheimer’s
Reducing cholesterol with food made from soybeans and amaranth
Masculinity + energy drinks = sleep problems
Gary takes a quick break and plays this jam: The Brothers Johnson – Stomp!
FDA looks to expand electroshock use despite significant risks and no proven benefit
FDA to declassify electroshock therapy to same risk category as condoms and contact lenses
VIDEO: The problem with millennials
VIDEO: URGENT – Fox news caught using fake video of riots!
Gary takes a very quick break and comes back with these great videos to end the show:
VIDEO: The truth about public education. Public schools? More like indoctrination camps.
VIDEO: Pentagon Employee Witness Says There Was No Plane on 9-11-2001!
VIDEO: Conan O’Brien fully exposes mainstream media
The brains of children who suffer clinical depression as preschoolers develop differently than those of preschoolers not affected by the disorder, a new study shows. These children’s gray matter—tissue that connects brain cells and carries signals between those cells and is involved in seeing, hearing, memory, decision-making, and emotion—is lower in volume and thinner in the cortex, a part of …
Income inequality is growing in the United States. The poor are getting poorer, and the rich, richer. But that’s only part of the story: A new study shows that three out of every five Americans will spend at least one of their prime working years in poverty. “There’s a great deal of fluidity in the income distribution,” says study co-author Thomas Hirschl, a professor of development sociology …
A small number of American preschool children on Medicaid are using psychotropic drugs, including antidepressants, mood stabilizers, and medications for attention-deficit disorder, despite limited evidence they are safe or effective. “Because we don’t have indications in our data, it is not entirely clear why these children are receiving psychotropic drugs,” says lead author Lauren Garfield, who was a postdoctoral research associate …