Child Experts Fail to Reveal Full Drug Pay

A world-renowned
Harvard 
child psychiatrist whose work has helped fuel an explosion
in the use of powerful antipsychotic medicines in children earned at least $1.6
million in consulting fees from drug makers from 2000 to 2007 but for years did
not report much of this income to university officials, according to information
given Congressional investigators.

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Congress discovers that Harvard psychiatrist covered up drug money

John Burklow, a spokesman for the National Institutes of Health,
said: “If
there have been violations of N.I.H. policy – and if
research integrity has
been compromised – we will take all the
appropriate action within our power
to hold those responsible
accountable. This would be completely unacceptable
behavior, and
N.I.H. will not tolerate it.”

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Bananas Are Dying, Killed by Corporate Monoculture

So, what solution is being bandied about for the coming tragic loss of bananas
five to twenty years from now? This is even scarier than all that Chiquita has
done to this point. The primary suggestion offered is genetic engineering.
Scientists are already at work mapping the banana’s genome. Already, there are
genetic experiments to modify bananas with the hepatitis B vaccine and with
fish. That this sort of solution is nothing more than the next, utterly insane,
step in a food system already mad with monoculture seems to be of no concern. …

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Will Success Destroy Organic Foods?

Please don’t misconstrue. There are still some small organic farms out there
that are producing quality foods. But I think it’s important to get the word out
that the “organic” label for the most part has been compromised. You cannot rely
on it as an indicator of quality any more than you can the word “natural” or
“healthy.”

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UCLA Pulmonologist Donald Tashkin on Marijuana and Lung Cancer

(Exercising Your Mind) All of the following text and info are copied from the original posts on you tube. The uploader expressed the need for this information to be shared. – Hakeem Alexander Pulmonary specialist and Federal Government researcher from … Continue reading