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Here’s why buying store-bought almond milk might be a really bad idea
Mike Adams We’ve got a lot of fascinating news for you today, including Arkansas banning Dicamba herbicide (see below).

Are you still buying almond milk at the store? It’s only 2% almonds, and the rest is water, thickener and often a questionable form of calcium to turn the liquid “white.”

In today’s story, we give you a far better alternative.

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The single biggest preventable risk factor for developing dementia is overuse of alcohol, according to major new studyBy Edsel Cook | Read the full story
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Daycare founder convicted of drugging little children, but parents and teachers do much the same thing with ADHD drugsBy Ethan Huff | Read the full story
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Court upholds Arkansas decision to ban dicamba herbicideBy Tracey Watson | Read the full story
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More of Today’s ArticlesShocking scientific study concludes violent video games may reduce real-world violence by providing a safe outlet for aggression
A recent study published in Violence and Genderreported that video games can “decrease the likelihood of producing hate material online.” According to researcher Jim Hawdon, the …

Carbon monoxide found to multiply effectiveness of antibiotics – but at what cost to health?
According to a study led by researchers from Georgia State University, the efficacy of antibiotics can be improved by combining them with carbon monoxide. The results of the study determined that …

New treatment for Parkinson’s is nonsurgical and reduces need for meds; focused ultrasound will treat symptoms noninvasively
The treatment of Parkinson’s disease can be highly problematic. More often than not, those who are suffering from Parkinson’s need to be subjected to surgical forms of treatment and …

World’s largest solar park currently under construction in Egypt
It was a long time coming, but the world has finally begun to fully embrace solar as an alternative source of energy. Egypt, in particular, wants to invest in solar in a major way, and as of this …

New study confirms: Facebook’s algorithm change is boosting liberal news sites while destroying traffic to conservative media
For weeks now conservative and independent media outlets have been screaming that Facebook and other social media giants were deep-sixing their content and dramatically curbing their reach to …

Study shows that a loss of biodiversity can put an entire ecosystem at risk of extinction
Between the natural order of things and the way that humans have seemingly taken over much of nature, lots of different animal species have already gone extinct. Why exactly this has happened …

The U.S. hasn’t learned its lessons from the toxic mining of uranium
As theU.S. moves closer towards increasing domestic mining operations of uranium, an EcoWatch article warned that bitter lessons about unreliable regulation and volatile economic patterns will …

Vegans may be at risk for iodine deficiency, according to new study
Giving up entire categories of food can be a good idea from a health standpoint, but it’s important to be smart about it. You can certainly give up soda or sweets without missing out on anything …

Data from connected cars will be exploited, monetized by car companies; most drivers have no idea it has already begun
Lots of cars now come standard with built-in cellular networking technology. Whether a car is autonomous or not is completely irrelevant. Car companies have been selling so-called smart cars for …

The health legacy you give your children will affect your grandchildren, too
So you want to have a healthy baby? Suddenly, hitting the gym, taking dance classes and engaging in sports at this stage of your life may be too late. A new University of Melbourne study says men …

LGBT “bully brigade” forces Mike Huckabee off a country music charity board by invoking their usual tactics of hatred and intolerance
Not even one full day after he was appointed to the board of directors of the Country Music Association’s CMA Foundation, former Arkansas Governor and two-time presidential candidate Mike …

     
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