News Smart Meter Hell in Sedona
Within hours after smart meters were installed in the 6 properties surrounding Marianne Hartsong's property, she began to experience strange phenomenon. Her bees swarmed and then suddenly died, her chicken's egg laying pattern changed, she can't get
News Why a bill against medical experimentation on minors is necessary - by Wendy McElroy
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) explained the motivation behind H.R. 4989, known as Justina's Law. "Sixteen months ago, Justina was a [competitive] figure skater. Today, she cannot stand, sit or walk on her own."
News Hobby Lobby Decision Creates Small Island of Freedom in Ocean of Statism
http://www.lewrockwell.com, By Ron Paul
This week, supporters of religious freedom cheered the Supreme Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case.
News VA Employees Switched from Processing VA Applications to Obamacare Applications
http://www.truthrevolt.org, Jeff Dunetz
"...we actually put incoming applications aside so we could focus on the ACA related applications that came in over last summer."
News Doctors Should Be Trained to Determine Who is "Fit" to Carry a Gun
The American Medical Association, the American College of Physicians and U.S. Surgeon General nominee Vivek Murthy are calling gun violence a public health crisis.
North Carolina is among the states where law enforcement can ask physicians to sign
News American College of Physicians says Doctors Should Stop Routine Pelvic Exams on Women
A new guideline published Monday from the American College of Physicians says doctors should not do pelvic exams on non-pregnant adult women with no symptoms of disease. A review of the exams found they rarely catch disease but are costly, uncomforta
News I-Team: Acton Vet Finally Gets VA Doctor's Appointment 2 Years After He Died
"He was steadfast. He took care of us, all of these years."
Suzanne Chase of Acton was talking about her husband, Doug, a Vietnam veteran who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2011.
News Dentists Offer Free Wine to Take the Edge Off Visits
Care for a riesling with your root canal?
Dentists across Manhattan have been serving up complimentary glasses of wine to patients to take the edge off dreaded dental work,
News Legion Survey: PTSD/TBI Care Not Working
http://www.military.com, by Steve B. Brooks
Two disturbing numbers stand out in The American Legion's recent survey of veterans dealing with traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder: 59 percent and 30 percent.
News EDITORIAL: Strange priorities at the VA
The administrators at the Veterans Administration have apparently been busy while old soldiers waited to see a doctor, after all. Serving those who served is not necessarily a priority, but saving the planet is Job 1.
News U.S. Hires UnitedHealth's Slavitt to Lead Obamacare Effort
The UnitedHealth Group Inc. (UNH) executive whose Optum division helped states and the federal government fix Obamacare health exchanges will become second-in-command at the agency that runs the U.S. program.
News A Primer On Salve Making
Salve making is an important skill now, and it will become an even more important skill after SHTF. So, master the skill now, collect your recipes, and obtain the various ingredients and equipment needed, because after SHTF there will be no more manu
News Three-dimensional light-sensitive retinal tissue grown in lab
http://www.gizmag.com, By David Szondy
The eye is often compared to a camera, but although its basic design is as simple as an old-fashioned box Brownie, its detailed structure is more complex than the most advanced electronics.
News American scientists controversially recreate deadly Spanish Flu virus
The extinct influenza virus that caused the worst flu pandemic in history has been recreated from fragments of avian flu found in wild ducks in a controversial experiment to show how easy it would be for the deadly flu strain to reemerge today.
News Biotech Makes Personalized Cancer Vaccines Using Tumor Samples
technologyreview.com, By Susan Young Rojahn
Training immune cells with genes harvested from a patient's own tumor could make an already promising new cancer treatment even better.
News Who Owns You?
http://www.lewrockwell.com, By Walter E. Williams
Darcy Olsen, president of the Arizona-based Goldwater Institute, and Richard Garr, president of Neuralstem, a biotech company, wrote "Right to Try experimental drugs" in USA Today (5/28/2014).
News 100,000 veterans face long waits to see VA doctors
http://www.usatoday.com, Gregg Zoroya
Some 100,000 veterans across the country are waiting long periods to see doctors, according to an internal Department of Veterans Affairs audit released Monday.
News Thinklabs offers a high-tech take on the stethoscope
http://www.gizmag.com, By Ben Coxworth
Not unlike the fire hydrant, the humble stethoscope is a device that has remained mostly unchanged for quite a long time.
News Scientists reactivate Alzheimer's patients' memories
Scientists in America are hopeful of a breakthrough in curing Alzheimer's, following a study that shows a way of bringing back the lost memories of dementia patients.
News Survival Medicine Hour: Jim Cobb of Prepper's Long-Term Survival Guide
http://www.doomandbloom.net, Jim Cobb
In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D., aka Dr. Bones, and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Nurse Amy, interview their good friend Jim Cobb, author of the popular new book "Prepper's Long-Term Survival Guide:
News Family of Man Killed by State Institution Gets $11M Bill
Rose, who had severe autism and could not communicate verbally, "was basically crushed to death," says Luke's lawyer. But now, New York officials are billing Luke for $11.67 million, the AP reports.
News DNA-Based Research May Have Unveiled Long-Sought Diabetes Treatment
technologyreview.com, By Susan Young Rojahn
A synthetic drug that controls blood sugar in obese mice demonstrates the potential of a DNA-dependent method for developing new chemical compounds.
News America: First In Health Care Spending, Last In Life Expectancy
www.lewrockwell.com, By Dr. David Brownstein
I was in Harrisburg, PA lecturing this weekend. I received the USA Today newspaper on Friday May 16, 2014 and on page 5A there was an article titled, Life Expectancy Up; Japanese Females Living Longest of All.