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The Most Popular Drug in America Is An Antipsychotic and No One Really Knows How It Works
Health & Wellness  (tags: drugs, health, illness, medicine, risks, treatment )

Monka
- 8 days ago - alternet.org
The pharmaceutical industry has flooded America with antipsychotics.
1 MILLION HOMELESS CHILDREN...
Health & Wellness  (tags: children, research, health, risks, safety, illness, humans, disease, family, government )

Izzy
- 8 days ago - efacbsl.com
THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF HOMELESS, BUT OVER 1 MILLION HOMELESS CHILDREN IN THE USA. LEARN MORE ABOUT POVERTY TODAY.
Ban Bee Killing Neonicotinoid Pesticides Submit Public Comment Before November 24 Deadline
Environment  (tags: bees, petition, Pollinator Health Task Force, Federal Government, food, pollinators )

Dandelion
- 8 days ago - act.credoaction.com
The federal government's response to this crisis has been totally inadequate but that could soon change. Now, for the first time, the Pollinator Health Task Force is accepting public comments on what it should do to protect bees and other pollinators.
PROTECT WALRUSES By REJECTING A Massive OIL AND GAS LEASE SALE IN ARCTIC WATERS
Environment  (tags: CO2emissions, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, environment, healthconditions, habitatdestruction, nature, oceans, pollution, protection, Sustainabililty, wildlife )

Frans
- 6 days ago - secure.earthjustice.org
We need you to tell the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management to stop a reckless oil and gas lease sale in the Arctic Ocean now, while the agency is accepting public comments. As a result of our recent litigation success, the government is reconsidering...
Shale Oil Fuels Indigenous Conflict in Argentina
Environment  (tags: fracking, indigneous communities, conflict, frack is whack, environment, destruction, ecosystems, world )

Cal
- 6 days ago - ipsnews.net
Jorge Nahuel, a spokesman for the Mapuche Confederation of Neuquén, in Argentina's southern Patagonia region, complains that local indigenous communities were not consulted about the production of unconventional oil in their ancestral territories
Public Banks: Helping Workers By Helping People
Business  (tags: americans, economy, goodnews, interesting, society, usa, activists, finance, investments, money, news )

Michael
- 682 days ago - opednews.com
Union support for creation of public banks in states, and more importantly in cities and counties all across America will help a lot of Americans back to prosperity, and the unions back to a position of political power, by investing pensions locally.
ISRAEL VOWS TO VETO CHUCK HAGEL AND IMPOSE HER MAN
World  (tags: congress, military, middle-east, israel )

Abdessala
- 683 days ago - theonion.com
Sources confirmed that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had sent the White House a list of three individuals the Israeli leader considered appropriate to head the American military from which U.S. President Barack Obama could choose.
Better Than Human: Why Robots Will -- And Must -- Take Our Jobs
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, Robots, tech )

Jason
- 681 days ago - wired.com
It's hard to believe you'd have an economy at all if you gave pink slips to more than half the labor force. But that--in slow motion--is what the industrial revolution did to the workforce of the early 19th century.
Heat, Flood or Icy Cold, Extreme Weather Rages Worldwide
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, discovery, environment, weather, energy, investigation, news, research, science, safety, world, scientists, study, society )

JL
- 680 days ago - nytimes.com
Britons may remember 2012 as the year the weather spun off its rails in a chaotic concoction of drought, deluge & flooding, but the unpredictability of it all turns out to have been all too predictable: Around the world, extreme has become the new commo
Wild Dolphins Oberved Giving Gifts to Humans
Offbeat  (tags: dolphins observed giving gifts, to humans, interesting, pictures )

BarbCat
- 682 days ago - pawnation.com
On 23 occasions over the past several years, wild dolphins were observed giving gifts to humans at the Tangalooma Island Resort in Australia. The gifts included eels, tuna, squid, an octopus and an assortment of many other types of different fin fish.
 
 
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