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AG Ken Paxton Alleges Pharmaceutical Giant Distributed Adulterated Drugs to Children

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against Pfizer, alleging the pharmaceutical giant "knowingly distributed" adulterated drugs to children.

Pediatricians Must Advocate for Stricter Wireless Regulations to Protect Kids From Radiation, Scientists Say

The medical community has a critical role to play in preventing harm from wireless radiation by educating parents and advocating for stricter regulatory action, according to top environmental scientists who published a review of the latest science on pediatric health and electromagnetic fields (EMF) and radiofrequency (RF) radiation.

COVID Vax Poses Increased Risk of Blood Clot, Red Blood Cell Destruction in People with Blood Disorders: Frontiers

COVID-19 vaccines pose risks of thrombosis and hemolysis for people with blood disorders, while certain adverse effects are linked to vaccines, according to a new journal article in Frontiers that calls for extra caution and future research.

Study Claims This ‘Anti-Covid’ Pill May Actually Be Driving New Variants

Molnupiravir, the oral pill for COVID-19, may actually be driving the emergence of new, potentially harmful, variants of the virus, according to a Wellcome Trust-funded study at the pre-print stage.

Military Can’t Meet Recruiting Goals Even After Lowering Standards

Despite lowering standards, the US military struggles to meet recruitment goals, with the Army experiencing a significant drop and the other branches barely meeting their goals for the fiscal year ending September 30, according to data from the Department of Defense.

‘U.S. Military Works to Enlist Recruits Who Have Faced Behavioral Challenges’: WSJ

U.S. Defense Department allows recruits with a previous ADHD diagnosis to join the military without a waiver under new rules allowing those diagnosed with 38 medical conditions to join if they have not demonstrated symptoms or required medication for treatment for a certain number of years.

More Foods Will Be Gene-Edited Than You Think

Gene editing has long been primarily used for research, treatment, and disease prevention. Currently, this technology is increasingly being applied to modify agricultural products...

How Modern Medicine Fails to Protect Children From Chronic Disease

Modern medicine has become too insular and reductionistic. Our children deserve medical care that takes a larger view of health beyond infectious diseases. Our...

Judge Greenlights Lawsuit Alleging Heavy Metals in Baby Food Linked to Autism, ADHD

Lawsuit alleging baby food manufacturers aware products contained high levels of heavy metals will advance to trial after a California judge ruled the science behind the plaintiffs’ claims is sound.

EMF Exposure and Pregnancy Risks: Here’s What the Scientific Literature Tells Us

Electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure in pregnant women is associated with a shorter pregnancy, increased fetal heart rate variability and temperature, and babies born with smaller head and chest circumferences, according to a review of scientific findings.

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