Fenfluramine, a diet drug banned in 1997 because of links to possible heart conditions is still causing problems to people who took the drug, according to researchers.
An increasingly disturbing employment outlook is contributing to concerns about the long-term prospects for economic recovery.
Taxpayers could find themselves footing the bill for much more than just bad mortgage and investment decisions, amid reports that some executives involved in the situation may be entitled to recover millions of dollars in legal costs from the government.
The simple problem with many aging Americans is overacidity and dehydration. These two are the key components of all sickness and disease. It’s a good thing that water is readily available or the medical mafia would be taking control! Read more…
Any religion that has group identity is by definition an organized religion. Religion prescribes parameters of thought and religion prescribes thought. There are few exceptions to this. Read this article to find out more…
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting that new diabetes cases have sharply increased over the last decade, particularly in southern states.
Supporters of reforming the nation’s marijuana laws enjoyed a successful campaign season, seeing several of their initiatives win in various states.
The issue of privacy is currently being debated in both the U.S. and the UK, among governments and technology companies alike.
On Monday, attorneys for the Bush administration argued in front of the Supreme Court that drug companies should be shielded from consumer lawsuits even if they fail to warn patients about risks which could have long reaching effects on their health.
A new study indicates that child autism rates may be higher in areas that have more precipitation.
The credibility of field drug test kits is under fire following the arrest of a Canadian couple on erroneous drug charges, raising concern about the violation of their civil liberties.
The National Association for Business Economics is predicting that the economy will rebound in 2009 – but not before continuing to struggle in the short term.
Ongoing instability in the stock market may offer a silver lining to those saving for retirement.
The group Consumer Watchdog is calling on the Justice Department and state attorneys general to protect consumer privacy amid concerns about Google’s new Chrome browser.
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Goat milk is really the perfect food. It is the most widely consumed milk in the world—easy to tolerate and full of protein. Goat milk is nature’s support for stamina and longevity—nature’s original fast food. Read more details on the amazing benefits of goat milk in this article…
More banks could apply for their share of the government’s $700 billion rescue package than was originally estimated, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
The Bush administration has been ordered by a U.S. district judge to release documents relating to its warrantless wiretapping program.
A new study confirms a growing body of evidence suggesting that today’s children are more medicated than any past generation.
Older Americans could be financially penalized unless the rules governing mandatory retirement account withdrawals are amended, the AARP has warned.
A New Jersey-based company that operates by collecting information from students will have to allow participants to opt out of their service, following the settlement of a privacy lawsuit.
As another year of Halloween-inspired frights has just passed by, Citizens Against Government Waste has used the opportunity to point out some scary government behavior that has taken place over the past few months.
An advocacy group has called for the Food and Drug Administration to immediately ban the diabetes drug Avandia, due to serious health concerns.