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New Research Finds Antidepressants May Cause ‘Emotional Blunting’

A new study found that antidepressants may make it more difficult for users to feel both positive and negative emotions.

Colorado Green Energy Group Partners with China to Ban Gas Stoves

The green energy group behind banning gas stoves has partnered with China to implement economy-wide transformation away from oil and gas.

Biden Admin Considers ‘Ban’ on Natural Gas Stoves

"Any option is on the table," says Consumer Product Safety Commission official.

Countering the Threat of Global Food Homogenization

The push toward globalism isn’t limited to political schemes; it also includes efforts to influence agriculture and homogenize food consumption around the world.

No Counseling Against Queerness: U.S. Judge Hammers Christian View

A homosexual federal judge has endorsed a Colorado state LGBT agenda point signed into law by a gay governor that imposes viewpoint discrimination on Christian counselors, threatening them with so-called "unprofessional conduct" charges if they encourage clients who want to rid themselves of same-sex attractions to do just that.

Left-Wing News Outlet Debunks Plastic Recycling Myth

Plastic recycling is inefficient, wasteful, and potentially harmful to the environment, with a low recycling rate in the United States and high costs for collecting, sorting, and reprocessing plastic waste, making it not a viable option for managing plastic waste.

These 10 Christian Universities Are Promoting Abortion, Planned Parenthood

On Nov. 14 Students for Life of America (SFLA) released a new report on 11 Christian-affiliated schools that maintain ties with Planned Parenthood.

Offshore Wind Farms Not Best for Marine Ecosystems: Study

New peer-reviewed study from Germany finds "green" energy alternatives Biden and Dems want in America are not as safe for marine ecosystems as their proponents may argue.

Lawsuit Seeks To Reverse Fda’s ‘Reckless’ Approval Of Abortion Pills

Foes of the abortion pill are taking their fight to court, accusing the Food and Drug Administration of placing “politics over science” when it sanctioned the two-drug pregnancy-termination regimen in 2000.

Mexican Government Uses Footage of Philadelphia Streets In Anti-Drug PSA

Government seeks to warn people of "damage caused to health by the consumption of chemical drugs."

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