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Federal fling triggers massive meat recall

There’s a soap opera playing out right now in a filthy slaughterhouse in Northern California, and every man, woman and child in America needs to tune in fast.

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Beware of this risky “life preserver”

Stop the presses! This is NOT a “major Alzheimer’s breakthrough.” I think it’s a stretch to even call it “promising.” In fact, I’s say it’s wishful thinking. At BEST.

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Organic foods can prevent disease

I don’t know about you, but my grocery bill is rising so fast that sometimes I wonder just how many people I’m feeding.

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Is Monsanto’s Roundup Ready GMO soy making you sick?

I’m what you’d call a conspiracy realist.

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Could a greener lawn put you at risk for cancer?

Maybe you’ve seen the commercial. Different kinds of weeds pop out in the home improvement store during the night and somehow manage to cart off bottles of DuraZone weed killer to hide them.

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Dodge this deadly diabetes drug bullet

That prescription for the diabetes drug Actos you’re about to fill is liable to cost you a heck of a lot more than just your copay. But the “bill” might not arrive for a couple of years.

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The deadliest drug you can't get away from

The FDA has finally restricted the amount of acetaminophen that can be used in Rx drugs – but amazingly, not in OTC varieties.

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Mild cognitive impairment packs major risk

If it takes you a little longer to calculate the dinner tip these days, or if the occasional name stuck on the tip of your tongue never quite rolls off, don’t stress it too much.

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Did Obama Help KILL American Veterans?

Every U.S. veteran who returns from war in need of medical attention should get the finest treatment available and should get it immediately.

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One little detail -- but a very big deal

Recently, FDA officials warned that people who have never had a heart attack shouldn’t take a daily low dose of aspirin to prevent heart attack.

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The terrible secret Big Pharma hopes you’ll never find out about

Before you get one of those shots they’re always hyping to prevent shingles, there’s something you need to know about.

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The breakthrough secret to losing weight faster than ever

Today, I’m going to blow the whistle on your “skinny” friend’s secret and let you in one of the big reasons some people never gain weight while the rest of us struggle to lose even a single pound.

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Dutch scientists tell Uncle Sam to pound salt

Could the low-salt, low-fun diet have you munching your way to an early grave?

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Dodge this deadly diabetes drug bullet

That prescription for the diabetes drug Actos you’re about to fill is liable to cost you a heck of a lot more than just your copay. But the “bill” might not arrive for a couple of years.

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Tiptoeing past the watchdog

Almost three years ago, watchdog group Private Citizen petitioned the FDA to insist on a complete warning about the dangers of PPI heartburn drugs. The petition was mostly ignored.

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Low D linked to daytime sleepiness and more

Some things are worth repeating. Other things are worth shouting from the rooftops. The importance of vitamin D is both of those things.

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Even in a ‘bad’ year, you don’t need the flu shot

So it’s officially a “bad” flu season – one where more people are supposedly getting sick and more people will continue to get sick, at least according to the latest warning from the U.S.

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Zap your chicken... and it's still not safe

Want to know how powerful superbugs are these days? Your food is routinely blasted with high levels of radiation in an attempt to kill them -- and it's not working.

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You might not believe what the FDA allows in children's shampoo

If I told you there were a kids' shampoo that contained an insecticide, you might not be entirely shocked. It IS shocking. But we've seen worse than that.

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Is soda causing your knee troubles?

I’m convinced that whoever writes the public statements for the American Beverage Association (ABA) should start a second career as a stand-up comedian.

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