State Just Decided To Kill Endangered Wolves — While They’re Still Raising Their Babies

By: Sarah V Schweig/The Dodo  Even though the gray wolf is classified as an endangered species in Washington State, the Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) just signed a death sentence for members of the Smackout wolf pack because cattle ranchers are complaining. “The purpose of this action is to change the pack’s behavior, while also meeting the state’s…

Dear John McCain, Cannabis Could Help Fight Your Brain Cancer

By: Carey Wedler/ANTIMEDIA   Though John McCain reportedly may undergo chemotherapy to treat his recently announced glioblastoma, the survival rate for this aggressive type of brain tumor is not particularly promising. As the American Brain Tumor Association explains: “For adults with more aggressive glioblastoma, treated with concurrent temozolomide [a drug commonly used to treat glioblastoma] and radiation therapy, median survival is…

Chemotherapy Proven To Spread Cancer, Cause Lethal Tumors In Groundbreaking New Study

By: The Mind Unleashed  In a groundbreaking new study, they’ve proven that chemotherapy causes cancer cells to spread throughout the body – to replicate themselves, making your cancer worse, not better. The scientists who conducted this study titled, Neoadjuvant chemotherapy induces breast cancer metastasis through a TMEM-mediated mechanism, warn that chemo – the procedure which costs people upwards…

Artificial Sweeteners Linked To Risk Of Weight Gain, Heart Disease And Other Health Issues

By: Science Daily Artificial sweeteners may be associated with long-term weight gain and increased risk of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease, according to a new study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal). Consumption of artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame and sucralose, is widespread and increasing. Emerging data indicate that artificial, or nonnutritive,…

Millennials Are Keeping This One Dying Industry Alive

By: Attn:   Their alleged victims range from products like napkins to entire industries like movies and cars. Evidence of these crimes tend to be based on stereotypes about their generation, ranging from impractical spending habits to general skepticism of everything. Yet, despite their savagery, millennials are keeping one age-old institution alive: libraries. According to a recent Pew…

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