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How the FDA and CDC Are Hiding COVID Jab Dangers

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention jointly run and, allegedly, monitor the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) for safety signals. Both agencies have been blatantly derelict in their duties in this regard, as the safety signals in VAERS have been screaming for attention since the first… Read More »

Pool Dangers and Drowning Prevention — When It’s Not Swimming Time

Swimming pools can have a powerful pull on little children―even when it’s not swimming time. Those glistening turquoise-blue ripples may look especially inviting to an active toddler or an overly confident preschooler.  Kids can slip away from the watchful eyes of adults in seconds. It happens every day. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends… Read More »

Study confirms the healthcare dangers of a public option

The public option appears to have overtaken “Medicare for all” as the Democrats’ preferred approach to healthcare reform. Nearly nine in 10 Democrats support creating a government-run health plan to compete against private insurers. Fewer than eight in 10, by contrast, are on board with “Medicare for all.” Proponents of a public option claim it’s… Read More »

Skin cancer risk in athletes: The dangers of ultraviolet radiation

The dangers of ultraviolet radiation exposure, which most often comes from the sun, are well-known. Speaking at The Physiological Society’s Extreme Environmental Physiology conference next week, W. Larry Kenney, Penn State University, will discuss how broad its effects can be, from premature aging to cancer, and how this can be influenced by different skin tones… Read More »

One Of The Dangers Of Smoking Is Vision Damage

Previous research has shown one of the dangers of smoking excessively is the risk of macular degeneration is doubled as well as yellowing and inflammation of the lens. The results of a current study indicate that smoking 20 cigarettes a day or more can damage vision by reducing ability to discriminate colors and contrasts.[1] Excessive… Read More »

Be awake to the dangers of driving tired

One in five drivers have admitted to falling asleep behind the wheel at least once, according to researchers from Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA). Professor Danny Eckert, Head of the NeuRA Sleep and Breathing Lab, said caffeine can’t replace a good night’s sleep. If you’re awake for 19 continuous hours, your level of fatigue is equivalent to a Blood Alcohol Level of 0.05 and… Read More »