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Italian Citizens Unleash Mass Protests Against Mandatory Vaccination Law

Italy’s controversial new measure that requires young students to get vaccines against 12 common illnesses is not going over too well with the people, who have taken to the streets to protest the rule.

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Public Schools Found To Be Toxic Tombs Of PCBs Inhaled By Students Daily

A recent study has revealed that concentrations of airborne polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) may persist in schools and may cause some students to breathe in the chemicals, which in turn may expose them to higher levels than when they inadvertently consume the chemicals through food.

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Is This Popular Food Actually Healthy for Adults & Kids?

It’s one of the most popular cereals on the market, but if you take a close look at Cheerios nutrition, is it really a healthy choice for you and your family?

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EU Courts Make Bombshell Ruling Against Vaccine Manufacturers

It can seem at times like the deck is stacked in every possible way against the victims of vaccine injury. Well, it seems like the tide might be turning at last. The Swedish parliament recently ruled against enforcing the mandatory vaccinations of its citizens, recognizing that to do so would be a violation of the […]

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Over $3B Awarded Due To Vaccine Reactions, Top 5 Ingredients Used

Between 1989 and 2015, the U.S. government’s Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has awarded over $3 billion. Here are a list of the top 5 vaccines and ingredients that were involved most often.

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U of M Study Links Anti-Zika spray to Neurological Damage in Children

Naled – the main chemical ingredient in the Anti-Zika bug spray forcibly used in Miami to ward off Zika-carrying mosquitoes last year – has an association with reduced motor function in infants, according to a study published in the journal Environmental International.

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Teens Exercise Levels Alarmingly Low, Get As Little Exercise as 60 Year Olds

A new study conducted by researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore looked at more than 12,500 people’s exercise habits by having them wear fitness trackers for a week. When they separated that data by age, they found something alarming about teenagers.

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