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CDC's Own Data: Vaccine-Infant Death Link

From ‘Green Med Info‘ by Sayer Ji, Founder, this article which proves serious adverse reactions are caused by vaccines, that they are substantially under-reported and deliberate white-washing and cover ups are part of the medical system. 667 more words

HEALTH

Interview 34: Myron May

On this episode the last words of Attorney Myron May are broadcast to an international audience for the first time. A few days before going on a shooting spree at the Strozier Library on the Florida State University campus in Tallahassee, May calmly and knowledgeably video-recorded his observations and insights regarding what he argued was an organized campaign of electronic harassment, stalking and surveillance he was subject to. 129 more words

Interviews

The cultural specificity of digital health technologies

Digital health technologies configure a certain type of practising medicine and public health, a certain type of patient or lay person and a specific perspective on the human body. 668 more words

Deborah Lupton

WHO Chief Unveils Reforms After Ebola Response Criticized

The head of the UN’s global health agency has laid out a set of reforms to better and more quickly fight disease outbreaks, in a frank acknowledgement that the organization struggled to confront the scale of the 2014 Ebola outbreak that killed more than 8,600 people. 196 more words

The International Drama of E-Waste

While surfing the web, I came across this visual article titled “Computer Recycling¬†in Africa“. This site also has other articles, videos, and is a unique recycling company that accepts donations throughout Sydney of e-waste. 594 more words

Environment

Can Twitter be used to predict heart disease?

By William Park

The Tweet: “Researchers have found that they can accurately predict heart disease rates by analyzing negative tweets on Twitter.”

The outpouring of daily gripes on Twitter could be used to predict heart disease rates, according to research published in… 365 more words

Medicine