Archive for January, 2009
The IRS has been in existence so long that few question its legality or even its existence. But the longevity and general acceptability of the IRS in no way means that it is not immoral, illegal and against public policy. Keep reading…
Consumer Watchdog has raised a number of privacy concerns regarding how electronic medical records, when introduced, will be able to be used.
Researchers have found high concentrations of numerous chemicals in treated wastewater in India which they say come from local pharmaceutical companies.
Government records indicate that key federal agencies have fallen short on compliance with existing laws protecting civil liberties.
Commenting on President Obama’s first executive orders, a senior senator hails a new era but bemoans the damage sustained by America’s national security.
Researchers from major U.S. banks claim that the impact of the proposed stimulus package may be smaller than meets the eye.
Medications used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children may cause hallucinations, according to new research.
In human beings, particularly males, the major androgen is testosterone—nature’s answer for vitality, health and longevity. Although research has shown that the decline of testosterone levels promotes aging and deterioration of health, if prostate cancer has been diagnosed in a male, conventional medicine aggressively attacks the disease with androgen blockade. And there are often serious consequences for his health and quality of life. Find out more when you read this article…
A deficiency of vitamin D can lead to cognitive decline among older people, according to new research.
Americans deserve the right to opt out of participating in a national database of electronic health records, according to the Institute for Health Freedom.