(NaturalNews) – WHO list reveals flu advisors with financial ties to pharma, vaccine manufacturers – Mike Adams
After months of stalling, the World Health Organization (WHO) has finally revealed the names of key pandemic advisors who influenced its decision to declare a phase six pandemic last year — a decision that resulted in a financial windfall for vaccine manufacturers. As you’ll see here, that list includes at least five expert advisors received money from vaccine companies.
Here’s who received money from Big Pharma and then influenced the WHO decision to declare a pandemic: Read More Here
(NaturalNews) – Drowning in soda: America’s health problems made far worse by massive soda consumption
The booming popularity of sugary soft drinks has led to 6,000 more deaths, 14,000 more cases of heart disease and 130,000 new cases of diabetes in the past 10 years, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-San Francisco and presented at the annual Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention conference of the American Heart Association. Read More Here
(StarTribune) – Determining dangers of DEET
It’s widely used in insect repellents, and has been detected in the state’s rivers and lakes. Read More Here
(Chron) – State sues BP over refinery
BP, already reeling from legal and financial fallout over its Gulf oil spill, now faces a lawsuit by the state attorney general alleging continued pollution at the Texas City refinery where an explosion killed 15 workers in 2005. Read More Here
(WSJournal) – Medicago Gets $21M US Government Grant For Vaccine Facility
Quebec-based Medicago Inc. (MDG.T) has received a multi-million-dollar grant from the U.S. government to develop a vaccine-production facility, a major endorsement of the company’s technology that uses plants to bring vaccines to market more quickly and cheaply. Read More Here
(Nutra) – Scientists call for global policy change on vitamin D
International experts have again called out for an increase in daily recommendations for Vitamin D, which they say is crucial to reduce the risk of a host a diseases.
The latest call comes from scientists in Europe and the US, who say that higher intake levels of the vitamin could help protect against conditions such as childhood rickets, adult osteomalacia, cancer, autoimmune type-1 diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, obesity and muscle weakness. Read More Here