NJ vaccine

Breaking: NJ Vaccine Exemptions Under Attack. Please Act Now!

Who do you want to make your children’s health decisions regarding vaccinating, politicians and lobbyists at your state legislatures or you as a parent? If we don’t act now, we won’t have a choice in the matter… NJ Coalition For Vaccination Choice Press Release (3/11/15): It is very likely that S1147, a bill that will limits and/or removes the use …

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Big Pharma Giant Guilty of Selling Tainted Children’s Tylenol – Knowingly

How far does the fraud and contamination of our country’s products go? The list is seemingly endless. Recently adding on to the list, mega-company Johnson and Johnson was recently found out to be knowingly selling adulterated bottles of Tylenol that contain metal particles. The makers of this children’s Tylenol seemed to think it was OK to pollute our nation’s children  – even …

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New government draft: National adult immunization plan exposed

Vaccines are a hot topic in the United States right now, with doctors, scientists, and now even the media and lawmakers pushing for new regulations that strip away rights and pressure Americans into getting immunizations simply because the government has deemed them ‘safe’. While vaccines for children have long been the goal, the government has recently put a new group …

Jodie’s Story: A Little Girl Lost After Illegally Given an Untested 8-in-1 Vaccine

Augustina Ursino VacTruth, March 14, 2015   This historical vaccine injury case, to be ruled on in court soon, involves a doctor who seriously put an infant’s life at risk, the National Health Service in the United Kingdom and parents of a permanently and severely vaccine-damaged child, Jodie Marchant. The Marchants share with us what happened after they took their …

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PG&E Suggested “Prozac” for Those Injured by Smart Meters– SCE Schemed Higher Fees to Force Smart Meters on the Poor

New e-mails brought to light between Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SCE), and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) reveal the extent of corruption and backroom dealing that have characterized the state’s smart meter program.  E-mails reveal that former CPUC PresidentMichael Peevey was aware of health problems caused by smart meters early on in the program.   Commissioners …

The Fluoride Controversy Continues: An Update – Part 1

By Gary Null, PhD, and Martin Feldman, MD Most Americans associate the fluoride in their drinking water with positive images of tooth protection, strong bones and a government that cares about their dental needs. So it may come as a surprise that water fluoridation, long portrayed as a safe and effective way to prevent tooth decay, is in fact a …

The Fluoride Controversy Continues: An Update – Part 2

By Gary Null, PhD, and Martin Feldman, MD   In Part 1 of this three-part series, we reviewed studies showing that the fluoridation of drinking water has not lived up to its promise in terms of reducing dental decay.  We discussed the continuing support for water fluoridation from the U.S. government and the American Dental Association, but also presented the …

New evidence that increasing economic inequality rises out of political partisanship

Political scientists at the University at Buffalo and Pennsylvania State University have published new research investigating how partisan differences in macroeconomic policy have contributed to substantial and rising economic inequality in the United States. The negative consequences of such policy decisions, researchers found, have a greater impact on people at the lower end of the economic spectrum, but are “significantly …