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CanadaâEUR(TM)s Health Minister Studying Marijuana Legalization Models
World  (tags: goodnews, healthy, Canada, cannabis, legalization, 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', 'HUMANRIGHTS!', ethics, freedoms, government, HumanRights, humans, interesting, news, politics, medicine, AlternativeMed, Body-Mind-Spirit, illness, research, society, treatment )

Barbara
- 239 days ago - marijuana.com
Canada's brand new top health official is actively looking into the best way for the country to legalize marijuana. Minister of Health Jane Philpott, who assumed office a little more than three weeks ago, told the CBC that government scientists are ...
Ebola Crisis Could Fuel Measles Outbreak in West Africa
World  (tags: world, treatment, safety, risks, research, protection, prevention, medicine, interesting, illness, humans, health, disease, death, Ebola Crisis, Measles, West Africa, immunization, epidemic )

Darren
- 498 days ago - scientificamerican.com
Gaps in immunization could cause as many deaths as the current epidemic itself
Top Anti-GMO Scientists Band Together in Film Exposing Threats and Secrecy | Minds
World  (tags: corruption, crime, ethics, humans, society, safety, politics, government, freedoms, education, rights, violence, culture, environment, destruction, healthconditions, humans, protection, ecosystems, dishonesty, illness, health, disease, diet, research, ris )

Kevin
- 548 days ago - minds.com
"Looking for a some mind-expanding entertainment? Check out Scientists Under Attack: Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money, a film by german director Bertram Verhaag. "
12 Ways to Rid the Planet of GMOs and MonsantoâEUR(TM)s Roundup
World  (tags: freedoms, ethics, humans, society, safety, corruption, rights, government, illness, food, health, prevention, protection, disease, diet, humans, risks, safety, GeneticEngineering, world, usa, africa, asia, europe, society )

Kevin
- 548 days ago - eatlocalgrown.com
The article suggests ways to fight GMOs, while the image I included suggests where the protests should really occur.
Jaafar Awad Released, Moved to Al-Ahli Hospital After Severe Illness, Large Fine
World  (tags: Israel, Palestine, Human Rights, Jafar Awad, illness, freedoms, middle-east, ethics, society, crime, news, politics, government )

Carrie
- 550 days ago - maannews.net
Israeli authorities on Wednesday evening released a sick Palestinian prisoner who was being held at Ofer detention center, the Palestinian Prisoner's Society said.
Tell World Leaders to Act Now on Ebola ~ PLEASE SIGN
World  (tags: death, disease, ethics, illness, health, medicine, prevention, protection, treatment, politics, world, 'HUMANRIGHTS!' )

Beverly
- 655 days ago - one.org
Add your name and urge world leaders to step up and act on Ebola now.
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Tell Holland America Cruise Lines to Stop Supporting the Grind Slaughter of Cetaceans in the Faroes!
World  (tags: slaughter, killed, killing, suffering, sadness, wildlife, protection, endangered, extinction, conservation, animalcruelty, animalwelfare, abused, abuse, environment, whales, activists, violence, sadness, media, internet, government, conservation, ecosyste )

Kelly
- 742 days ago - change.org
The Faroe Islands are home to an extremely barbaric cetacean drive hunt, called the Grindadráp/Grind. During a Grind, hundreds of pilot whales and other cetaceans are driven into fjords, and pulled up onto kill beaches,
Commend Organization for Worldwide Veterinary Care
World  (tags: covered in fleas and ticks, veterinary care for over 375 animals, world, society, treatment, safety, prevention, healthcare, health, humans, illness, interesting, disease, drugs, Body-Mind-Spirit, food, nutrition, protection, medicine, animalwelfare, suff )

Kelly
- 935 days ago - forcechange.com
Nico was an abandoned puppy found by the World Vets team while on a mission in the Dominican Republic. Like many animals helped by World Vets on that trip, Nico was hungry, dehydrated, ~Photo Credit: Richard W Sinyem via InterestingFoto
Air Pollution Scourge Underestimated, Green Energy Can Help: U.N.
World  (tags: illness, health, ethics, protection, prevention, society, safety, risks, science, study, treatment, warning, investigation, world, UnitedNations, unitednations, usa, government )

JL
- 1200 days ago - reuters.com
Air pollution is an underestimated scourge that kills far more people than AIDS and malaria and a shift to cleaner energy could easily halve the toll by 2030, U.N. officials said on Tuesday.
Defend Indigenous People and the Amazon ACTION
World  (tags: Sarayaku, chevron, Amazon, Ecuador, big oil, law, Texaco, drilling waste, indigenous, humanrights, world, crime, illness, health )

Nancy
- 1369 days ago - amazonwatch.org
The government of Ecuador plans to auction off oil development rights within nearly ten million acres of primary forest and indigenous land that has been inhabited for centuries, including all of Sarayaku territory.
Fidel Castro Suffered a Stroke, Venezuelan Doctor Says
World  (tags: Cuba, Fidel Castro, news, world, media, illness )

Carrie
- 1375 days ago - miamiherald.com
A Naples doctor said former Cuban leader Fidel Castro is near 'a neurovegetative state' after suffering a stroke. "He suffered an embolic stroke and recognizes absolutely no one," said José Marquina, a respected doctor.
World Leaders: End Hunger By 2015! ACTOIN
World  (tags: food, illness, disease, family, world hunger, nutrition, occupy food )

Nancy
- 1522 days ago - thebreastcancersite.com
Hunger is the world's number one health risk, killing more people than tuberculosis, malaria, and AIDS combined. Over 15,000 people will die today of hunger alone. If we don't address the ever-growing issue of world hunger, trying to solve other problems
ACTION ALERT: End US Denial of Role in Vietnam's Agent Orange Crisis! PLEASE SIGN !
World  (tags: vietnam war, agent orange, victims, herbicide, suffering, apology, human rights, illness )

Simone
- 1753 days ago - forcechange.com
After nearly 40 years and 2 failed Supreme Court cases, the United States still refuses to accept blame for the 3-4 million Agent Orange victims in Vietnam. 20 million gallons of herbicide were dumped by the United States on Vietnam during the Vietnam War
 

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