Health Impact News – by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Today, the national law firm of Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman and I filed our fourth Gardasil lawsuit against Merck, on behalf of Sahara Walker, 19, of Lake Mills, Wisconsin, who suffered debilitating injuries from the HPV vaccine.

When she took the Gardasil jab at age 11, Sahara was happy, healthy, popular, athletic and an academic superstar who had just scored in the top 97th percentile of all Wisconsin students in math. Continue reading “From “Academic Superstar” in 97th Percentile to Wheelchair and Bed Ridden After Gardasil Vaccine – Merck Being Sued for 4th Time”

Americans for Innovation

Nov. 22, 2020—A favorite strategy of corrupt bureaucrats like Katie Hobbs is to shift their statutory accountability to third party “consultants.”

It is called “deniability.”

In other words, if the bureaucrat plans to commit illegal acts, or otherwise avoid responsibility for bad acts, the bureaucrat hires third party consultants to do the dirty work.  Continue reading “AZ Sec Of State Katie Hobbs Approved Fraudulent Dominion Testing By Foreign Actors Inside The US Election Assistance Commission For Maricopa County Voting Machines”

Scientific American – by Carolyn Barber

In a physician chat group recently, a doctor who treats hospitalized patients made a recommendation to our group of 38,000 members that left me startled and alarmed. She shared her protocol for all COVID-19 patients admitted to the hospital: every one of them gets not only a chest x-ray but an entire battery of special tests, including a coagulation test, a leg ultrasound and a CT scan.

This was offered as her blanket standard of care. What it actually represents to me is one of the biggest problems with health care in America—because not every admitted patient needs all these tests. And this is not a new story. Continue reading “COVID’s Other Toll: Unnecessary Tests and Huge Hospital Bills”


A homeless camp at the Superior Courthouse in Manchester was dismantled Friday, and city officials said they’re upset with how the state carried out the eviction.

State police moved in Friday morning, days after a state-imposed deadline for removal.

The camp has been a bone of contention between the state and city of Manchester, with both sides blaming each other for letting the situation get worse. Caught in the middle are those who have been camping on the lawn. Continue reading “State police move in to dismantle homeless camp in Manchester”

Healing Hope – by J. E. Ante

5G at 60Ghz resonates with the oxygen molecule and gives oxygen a reverse polarity that makes it much less usable to the human body. At high concentrations of 5G usage you get suffocation of humans at street level. And at lower doses you get flu like symptoms which are the exact same symptoms as the flu with this lowered oxygen uptake by the body.

But the way 5G kills is much more interesting. Continue reading “The WIFI Killshot”

Grand Forks Herald

BISMARCK — With North Dakota leading the nation’s surging COVID-19 outbreak, 60 medical personnel from the U.S. Air Force have been deployed to help relieve the state’s hospital staffing crisis.

The team consists primarily of nurses and will divide into specialty units to assist staffs at medical centers in Minot, Bismarck, Fargo and Grand Forks. The relief effort comes after the Federal Emergency Management Agency fulfilled an aid request submitted by Gov. Doug Burgum, according to a press statement released Thursday, Nov. 19.  Continue reading “Air Force nurses deployed to North Dakota to address hospital staffing crunch”

Dr. Mercola

A growing interest in health and heath food has helped drive consumer demand for fish to an all-time high. A diet rich in fish has grown so popular that global fish consumption jumped 122% from 1990 to 2018, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).1

Fish is often viewed as a healthier alternative to meat2 due to the so-called “benefits” on human health and the environment. But is it really healthier for you and the planet? That all depends on what kind of fish you’re eating and where it’s sourced from. Continue reading “The High Cost of Salmon Farming”

Meat Management

Supermarket Sainsbury’s has announced plans to close all of its in-store meat, fish and deli counters due to a lack of demand caused by Covid-19.

The retailer says it expects to save at least £60 million in operating costs by closing these counters and adds that the move will also help reduce food waste and energy consumption in-store.  Continue reading “Sainsbury’s to close all meat, fish and deli counters in-store”

PharmaPhorum – by Phil Taylor

The UK drugs regulator has awarded a £1.5 million tender to a software company for an artificial intelligence tool that will be used to process “the expected high volume of COVID-19 vaccine adverse drug reactions (ADRs).”

The tender awarded to Maidenhead, Berkshire-based GenPact UK aims to “ensure that no details from the ADRs…are missed” as the UK prepares to start rolling out COVID-19 vaccines – assuming their safety and efficacy is supported in late-stage trials.  Continue reading “MHRA looks to AI to hunt for COVID-19 vaccine side effects”

Collective Evolution – by Arjun Walia

In the 90’s, Dr. Antonietta Gatti discovered the relationship between micro- and nano-particles as well as a great number of pathologies: cardiovascular diseases, many forms of cancer, multiple neurological diseases, and autoimmune diseases. She’s taken part in many international research projects, including the pathologies induced by depleted uranium, waste incineration, food polluted with inorganic particles, and more. Continue reading “World Renowned Scientists Have Their Lab Shut Down After Troublesome Vaccine Discovery”

Health Impact News – by Brian Shilhavy

As we mentioned earlier this month (November, 2020), the U.S. Government is illegally working together with Big Tech to squelch free speech on foreign policy, as they have seized dozens of domains of websites that disagree with their policy on Iran. See:  Continue reading “Are Websites Critical of Vaccines About to be Wiped Off the Internet as a New COVID Vaccine Becomes Available?”

The Dickinson Press

BISMARCK — North Dakota has put in place a statewide mask mandate, occupancy limits on public-facing businesses and the suspension of most high school winter sports as the state’s worst-in-the-nation COVID-19 outbreak continues to spiral out of control.

The mask order, announced in a news release late Friday night, Nov. 13, means residents of the state must wear face coverings in businesses, indoor public places and outdoor public settings where social distancing cannot be maintained. The order includes exemptions for children under five years of age, people attending religious services and those with disabilities that make mask-wearing unreasonable. Continue reading “North Dakota enacts statewide mask mandate, restrictions on businesses as COVID-19 outbreak rages”