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by Aditi Jhaveri

May 28, 2015

For many of us, homeopathy is one of those things we've heard of... but we might not be able to describe it, exactly.

Why are we talking about this? Well, the FTC will be hosting a free, public workshop on September 21, 2015, to take a closer look at advertising for over-the-counter homeopathic products. Because there are plenty of products, and plenty of ads for them. You can find the products in stores and pharmacies, on the shelf right next to conventional medicine - and you've probably seen the ads online or on TV.

by Chriss W. Street

May 20, 2015

For the first time in American history, that "over the last three months, spending at 'Food Services and Drinking Places' was $152.6 billion compared to $149.8 billion spent on food at grocery stores from February to April."

Millennials' embrace of the sector expanded the definition of organic foods and organic food retailing. From predominantly road-side stands at family farms, organic foods went main-stream with major chains like Wild Oats and Whole Foods. That, in turn, caused a general incentive shift for all grocery store chains to begin offering organic foods to capture higher sales revenue and significant profit margin improvement.

May 8, 2015

A former Pemberton Township police officer was sentenced Friday to three years of probation for endangering the welfare of a child in connection with inappropriate contact he had with an underage girl.

The victim, now 18, said Kreig's actions, which she claimed included penetration, kissing and touching, "violated" her "body, mind and soul." She claimed that she was only 11 when the sexual abuse started and that it lasted five years. Superior Court Judge Philip E. Haines sentenced Kreig to three years of supervised probation, part of a plea agreement reached with the state.

by Mike Nowatzki

May 8, 2015

Railroad tracks where an oil train derailed Wednesday in central North Dakota had been inspected by BNSF Railway a day earlier and by the Federal Railroad Administration...

Teams from the FRA and National Transportation Safety Board continued their investigations Friday at the site just east of Heimdal where six oil tanker cars derailed Wednesday morning, spawning a fire and smoke plume that forced the town's 25 residents and two nearby farmsteads to evacuate. An NTSB spokesman said its four investigators were expected to be there through the weekend.

by Lacey Peterson

May 1, 2015

Rawhide Meats, Tuolumne County's longtime meat processing business, has opened a new storefront in Jamestown.

Rawhide Meats is owned by a group of local cattle ranchers - Leslie Hurst and Corinne Macho of Table Mountain Beef, Tricia and Jack Gardella, Lettie Beeman, and brothers Dick and Bill Gaiser. Gus Sundborg founded the business in 1964. It was sold in 2006 to the current group of owners by Lyle and Bryan Barton.

by Susan K. Livio

May 1, 2015

The Barbours are suing for their daughter's right to use medicinal marijuana in school, while attorneys for the Maple Shade school district say doing so would run afoul of the law because marijuana is still considered a controlled dangerous substance.t

It's prompted a landmark legal battle that could reverberate in New Jersey and beyond. The Barbours are suing for their daughter's right to use medicinal marijuana in school, while attorneys for the Maple Shade school district say doing so would run afoul of the law because marijuana is still considered a controlled dangerous substance by the federal government with no medicinal value.

by Matt Young

April 30, 2015

IN 2011, residents across an American community in St Louis began to notice a chain of inexplicably high incidents of cancer and disease across its population.

For decades, both former and current residents from approximately 90 municipalities in the Missouri city were diagnosed with a long list of life-threatening illnesses, including leukaemia, lupus, brain tumours, appendix cancer, multiple sclerosis, birth defects and many more. People died. Babies died. And they're still dying to this day, dubbed "the poison children of Coldwater Creek."

by Jason Torchinsky

April 26, 2015

You know what a pain those plastic engine covers are? How they get in the way and hide your own car's engine from you? Well, consider that black piece of molded plastic a metaphor for something much worse: the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

We all know that working on and tinkering with a modern car is a very different undertaking than it has been previously. It's no longer just about putting on a new manifold and dual carbs, modern cars involve many, many computers, and working on your car usually means working with and talking to the computers embedded in the car.

April 24, 2015

After California's vaccine mandate bill SB277 was halted last week with an outcry of public outrage against it, the pro-vaccine mafia machine went to work. Democratic Sens. Ben Allen and Richard Pan helped pursue a vote rigging agenda.

That bill should have died in committee last Wednesday. Instead of taking a vote and letting it die, the bill gets postponed for a week so the author can work on amendments. It's currently scheduled as a "vote only item" Wednesday. That means no one in opposition will get to testify on whatever amendments the author proposes. How is that good government," asked Sylvia Pimentel, State Director of the Canary Party, and member of the California Coalition for Health Choice (CCHC).

by Jason Best

April 23, 2015

As if spring weren't already shaping up to be a dismal season for Monsanto, now the ag-tech giant has to contend with a full-fledged anti-GMO protest album.

Last week, Young and his band, Promise of the Real, performed a surprise concert at a microbrewery in San Luis Obispo, California; the set list reportedly featured songs that might appear on the album, including "Monsanto Years," "Seeds," "Too Big to Fail," and "Rock Starbucks," according to Rolling Stone.

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