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  • Paul Offit Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Contents [Hide]EducationEmploymentAcademicConventional MedicineControversyRotaTeqAttacks Against the Anti-Vaccination Movement and ExemptionsSources Dr. Paul Offit, sometimes called Dr. Profit by his detractors, serves on the board of The American Council on Science and Health, and is well known in the media as an outspoken supporter of vaccines and of the elimination of the rights of parents to make   Full article…

  • Jon Entine Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Contents [Hide]IntroductionBiographyCover-up, intimidation and ‘paid-for research’Entine’s ties to Syngenta, involvement with ACSH and defense of atrazineEntine connections and funding organizationsEntine as journalist hit-manEntine’s legal issuesEntine refutedSources Introduction Jon Entine is a corporate propagandist and pseudo-journalist who utilizes his media savvy to promote the opinions and positions of chemical corporations, by posing as an independent journalist.   Full article…

  • The American Council on Science and Health (ACSH) Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    A woman named Elizabeth Whelan founded ACSH, the American Council on Science and Health, in 1978, when she was a public health scientist at Harvard crusading against what she called “junk science.” Whelan and her business partner Dr. Stare received most of their funding from the food and tobacco industries. Before launching ACSH, Elizabeth Whelan   Full article…

  • Jimmy Donal Wales Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Contents [Hide]EntrepreneurshipBomisNupediaWikipediaControversyJimmy Wales’ EditsWikipedia Edits For SexInappropriate Expenses Billed To WikipediaPornographyAlternative MedicineSources Jimmy Donal Wales, born in Huntsville, Alabama, on August 7, 1966 and is best known as the co-founder and promoter of Wikipedia. 1 Wales first attended a one-room school run by his mother and grandmother. 1 After the eighth grade, he continued his education   Full article…

  • Wikipedia Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Available in most languages, the definitions, quotes and “Wiki-species” are full of great details and seem as friendly and reliable as the old Britannica seemed, but a closer look reveals a catalogue of mainstream information rife with error, bias, and omission of some of the most important facts in the realms of health, environmental safety   Full article…

  • Crabapples Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Contents [Hide]TaxonomyDescriptionDistributionNutritional InformationCommercial CultivationDiseases, Pests, PredatorsSources Crabapples Crabapples are the only apple native to North America.1 Sour in flavor, they are much smaller than apples in size. Naturally high in pectin, they can be boiled down and the pectin strained out to use in other recipes. 2 These tiny fruits are underused and unappreciated. Taxonomy Crabapples grown   Full article…

  • The Vector Method Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Contents [Hide]Not Every One is a FanToxic OutcomesA Virus Used to Genetically Modify Another OrganismSources In genetic engineering, which is the process by which GMOs are created, genes from one organism are inserted into the genes of another organism, using artificial laboratory techniques. This bypasses the biological constraints that are in place when scientists and   Full article…

  • Tamarind Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Contents [Hide]TaxonomyDescriptionDistributionNutritional InformationCommercial CultivationDiseases, Pests, PredatorsSources Tamarind With almost every part of the tree able to be used, the tamarind is a versatile fruit. While the pulp inside the fruit is the most widely used part of the plant, other parts are used as well. The leaves and flowers are used in teas and tinctures   Full article…

  • Starfruit Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Contents [Hide]TaxonomyDescriptionDistributionNutritional InformationCommercial CultivationDiseases, Pests, PredatorsSources Starfruit is a tropical fruit from Indonesia. The entire fruit, including the skin, is edible and has a tart, yet sweet flavor. The leaves and roots are used in tinctures or teas to treat headaches, ringworms, and even chickenpox. The fruit itself has been used to help with hangovers   Full article…

  • Honeydew Melon Posted 2 years ago under Uncategorized

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    Contents [Hide]TaxonomyDescriptionDistributionNutritional InformationCommercial CultivationDiseases, Pests, PredatorsSources Honeydew melon is a variety of muskmelon that is very sweet in flavor and provides a number of health benefits. Because of its high water content, it is low in calories. Its high antioxidant contents can help fight colds, regulate blood pressure, increase energy levels, remove toxins from the   Full article…

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