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Merck named in “fraud” and “negligence” complaint after children harmed
Mike Adams Merck is being named in a multi-layered complaint alleging “fraud” and “negligence” in the harming of children.

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Also today: According to the dumbed-down corporate media, white vansdrive themselves into crowds of pedestrians, taking over control from the driver.

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A “luxury space hotel” will be open for business in just a few yearsBy Edsel Cook | Read the full story
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Not so squeaky clean after all: Rubber ducks and other bath toys found to be riddled with harmful bacteriaBy Jessica Dolores | Read the full story
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More of Today’s ArticlesWhoops, sorry – Facebook didn’t mean it when they secretly kept all your deleted videos
Think back to the days when Facebook allowed users to film videos directly on the platform to post on a friend’s wall. If you ever recorded a video and then deleted it because you didn’t like the …

Zoos for extinct animals could become a reality in the near future
Many animal species have already gone extinct, which means that there are none like them out in the world anymore. But traces of them could still exist, particularly in fossils and DNA remains, …

Are learning styles a myth? New research says yes, and here’s why
What is your learning style? Are you someone who learns visually, or do you seem to pick up concepts better when you actually act them out? If you’ve never quite been able to figure out where you …

The Daily Caller’s environmental stupidity on parade: Chop down more trees, use plastic bags and “eat GMOs”
When you read the recent Earth Day article by Michael Bastasch on The Daily Caller, the first thing you might be tempted to do is check the date to see if it was written on April 1. The advice is …

Sowing the seeds of suicide: Monsanto’s ownership of our food supply is destroying farming
There’s a reason Monsanto is one of the most hated companies in the world, and it goes far beyond the damage its products have done to the environment and human health. Indeed, Monsanto’s control …

That’s too far to the Left: MIT backs away from startup that wants to upload your brain to the cloud after killing you first
There was an ambitious new startup, called Nectome, that promised to help people evade death through brain uploading at some point in the future. It received backing from the Silicon Valley …

Eating 15 almonds a day lowers bad cholesterol levels and decreases the risk for diabetes
Studies suggest that eating around 15 almonds each day can help lower bad cholesterol levels and reduce the risk for diabetes, according to a report published by Green Med Info. In the report, …

Virtual escape: Hospital in-patients using VR to alleviate boredom, stress, pain
The medical industry is attempting to immerse itself in virtual reality (VR) technology in the hopes that it will improve patient outcomes. From remote surgeries to VR medical learning, the …

NASA says that aliens live on Venus, but they’re only microbes
The cloudy planet dubbed the “Morning Star” and “Evening Star” could be harboring alien life. A NASA-backed international study surmises that there could be simple but sturdy …

California is worried about coffee – and browned foods – as new law requires cancer warnings based on “murky” science
Californians may soon be seeing a cancer warning on their coffee cup whenever they order the brew. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle has just proposed that coffee should come with a …

Major financial losses in middle age can kill you: Research shows that the stress of losing your nest egg increases risk of early death by 50 percent
The team examined longitudinal data from the Health and Retirement Study which the National Institute on Aging launched in …

The history and constituents of the date palm, a favorite since ancient times
Dates share a history with some of the world’s earliest civilizations. People have been enjoying them for so long — well over 5,000 years — thatno-one remembers the history of how we …

Penn State says outdoors is “too risky” for student clubs… all activities must be held on campus
After nearly one hundred years of organizing outdoor activities, the Penn State Outing Club has been instructed by officials at Pennsylvania State University that they are no longer allowed to go …

     

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