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Angry students turn anti-science, pro Monsanto, claim herbicides don’t impact hormones
Mike Adams You might have already suspected where all this was headed, but the anti-gun student marchers have now turned pro-Monsanto, absurdly claiming that herbicide chemicals don’t interfere with hormones.

The entire scientific community begs to differ. Today, I bring you an exhaustive collection of science and medicine articles that show, indeed, hormone-disrupting chemicals in the water supply actually do turn frogs gay.

This scientific fact is extremely well documented.

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Motives and funding of a Clean Label Project lab study that condemns over 100 protein powders now called into questionBy Isabelle Z. | Read the full story
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More of Today’s ArticlesU.S. government approves sterilization vaccines to reduce deer populations, proving yet again that depopulation vaccines exist
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reportedly approved for use an immunocontraceptive vaccine known as “Zonastat-D” that will soon be used to manage the population…

Amazon has quietly decided to start photographing your home each time they make a delivery
Imagine checking your email and finding a picture of your front porch taken by someone that you have never met or even interacted with – a complete stranger. While this may sound like the plot …

Man almost dies after taking antibiotics: With blisters and burns all over his body, he had to learn to walk and eat again
A two-week round of antibiotics nearly took a man’s life. Thirty-eight year-old Josh Dennis from Colorado suffered severe blisters and burns over 90 percent of his body and was temporarily …

Nutritional supplementation may provide neuroprotective effects against brain trauma
Concussions and other traumatic brain injuries may potentially benefit from the use of nutritional supplementation, according to a study from Texas Christian University. In the study, the …

Essential oils prove to be an effective treatment for ADHD
ADHD is a very controversial diagnosis, with many people suspecting it’s a way to drum up some business for doctors and pharmaceutical companies. After all, there is no type of scientific test to …

Hibiscus extracts can be used to provide natural food coloring with health benefits
Extractsfrom hibiscus calyces could be used as a natural food coloring, which can provide health benefits at the same time, according to a study published in the journal Food Science and Human …

State of Ohio sues DuPont for dumping toxic chemicals in the Ohio River
Ohio has had enough of the chemical companies who have been polluting local waterways for decades.The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that the state’s attorney general is suing chemical …

Another danger of antibiotic overuse: It undermines other therapies, such as cancer treatments
Antibiotics can be life-saving medications, and their development is considered one of the greatest achievements of modern medicine. However, more is not necessarily better when it comes to …

New film documents “conspiracy” of massive government takeover of Western lands in quest to own all natural resources
A new film featuring scores of interviews with ranchers and longtime residents of Western states documents what many have long viewed as the federal government’s insatiable appetite for land and …

Use of most-prescribed diabetes drug, metformin, during pregnancy found to increase risk of obesity in the child
According to the results of a study, women who take metformin, a common diabetes medication, could be putting their children at increased risk of being obese or heavy. More pregnant women …

Marxist Democrats are exploiting young people like David Hogg to push “revolution” in America
There was an interesting moment over the weekend during the speech of young David Hogg, the Marxist Democrats’ most recent anti-gun hero, at the “March for Our Lives” event in Washington, D.C. …

Encapsulated fruit and vegetable juices found to improve inflammation, blood lipids, weight
A study by researchers at theUniversity of Newcastle in Australia showed that encapsulated fruit and vegetable juice concentrate could affect the risk factors for chronic disease among …

Tai Chi found to significantly improve knee movement and flexibility in osteoarthritis patients
The day is sunny and bright. You’re looking forward to a fun weekend at the park with your family. The picnic basket is prepared, and so arethe children’s toys and favorite things. But …

Now, even news videos are often fake, thanks to new digital “counterfeit” technology
If you think publishing phony news stories and deliberately lying to the American people over the airwaves is bad, imagine technology that is capable of altering videos to make it appear as …

    

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