Center for Constitutional Rights submits FOIA request to DOD & State Department on behalf of CCR & IraqVetsAgainsttheWar seeking DU munition deployment locations in Iraq. Only way to deal with health effects & ensure clean-up is full accounting
More than 3,000 men, women and children have died from Ebola and the World Health Organisation has said that the outbreak is "unparalleled in modern times." Families travel for miles and end up sitting outside overwhelmed clinics.
A U.S. District judge in Florida has denied Kashi's (owned by Kellogg's) bid to dismiss a lawsuit brought against the corporation for advertising Kashi as 'all natural.' This is a huge step forward for companies who think they can continue to hoodwink...
The deadline for comments is this week. The National Organic Standards Board will be meeting later this month in Louisville. Fundamental issues that will determine the future of organic foods will be discussed and voted upon.
The prisoners said in the letter that the "carcinogenic jamming devices are still invading the prisons," and that they transmit unknown radiation that has led to an outbreak of various diseases among prisoners.
A study shows that losing one's sense of smell strongly predicts death within five years, suggesting that the nose knows when death is imminent, and that smell may serve as a bellwether for the overall state of the body, or as a marker for exposure to env
The United States has a higher infant mortality rate than any of the other 27 wealthy countries, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control. A baby born in the U.S. is nearly three times as likely to die during her first year of life a
Workers are transforming the landmark on Tulane Avenue into part of the new Veterans Administration medical complex. The circa 1907 building that produced the beer many New Orleanians grew up on will soon be a state of the art research center.
We learn the meaning of enough and how to share or it is the end of being." ― Dr. Glen Barry
The surging Ebola epidemic is the result of broad-based ecological and social collapse including rainforest loss, over-population, poverty and war.
"The Affordable Care Act suffered a fresh legal setback on Wednesday, when a federal judge in Oklahoma ruled that the federal government could not provide insurance subsidies to customers in states that declined to set up their own marketplaces under..."
Thank you for all the support already, I still have a long way to go in raising much needed funds. If you could spare a few dollars that will help, only if you have the capacity.
At 32, a year beyond a postdoctoral fellowship, Danielle Bassett could only express unreserved astonishment when she learned that she was one of 21 winners of a 2014 MacArthur Fellowship. Bassett was the youngest this year for one of the so-called. . .
The first case of Ebola in the United States was announced today, with a patient in Dallas who traveled to the US from Liberia. The resultant hysteria and xenophobia prompts this reminder. There is NO need to panic.
Texas health officials on Thursday said as many as 80 people were in contact with the Dallas Ebola patient at some point, NBC News reported, marking a significant jump from 18 people authorities had said may have been exposed to the deadly virus.
"A travel history was taken, but it wasn't communicated to the people who were making the decision. ... It was a mistake. They dropped the ball," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.