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Trump to take on Big Pharma and get the healthcare industry back to treatment rather than profiteering 

Source: Natural News, by J. D. Heyes

Without question President Donald J. Trump is shaking up “the establishment” in Washington, D.C.—including the media, academia, politics and the legalized bribery that takes place under the guise of “lobbying” and “campaign contributions.” 736 more words


Freezing to death? What an opportunity.

Now and again as a journalist you receive an unsolicited PR email which makes you angry, but it’s very rare – depending on your temperament – that you will receive one that makes you shout at your screen in barely coherent rage. 485 more words


Planned Obsolescence

You’re sick, you’re old, you’re vulnerable

We’re questioning your worth

Your contribution’s negligible

And has been since your birth


You’re young, useless, culpable

Your prospects nullified… 310 more words


Off Your Trolley... *

Twenty-first century supermarkets
Pose quite a conundrum indeed
Selling everything we could possibly want
Alongside what we don’t need,
The vital business of advertising
A virtual battle assuaged… 206 more words

Pharmageddon by David Healy

Pharmageddon by David Healy (c 2012)

About 20 years ago, I began having trouble eating. I wan’t even particularly hungry, so that made it hard. I began losing weight, which was okay by me (seems my weight has been a constant seesaw and not in a good way, usually always something bad causes it). 4,759 more words


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Investigative journalist takes a trip through America's opioid epidemic

The U.S. opioid epidemic left roughly 30,000 people dead in 2014 — with overdose deaths outnumbering fatalities from car accidents in 16 states.

In his book, “Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic,” Sam Quinones, a former reporter for the Los Angeles Times, traces the history of this epidemic, and the forces that fueled the crisis to grow, unnoticed and unabated for years.

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