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Popular Athletic Clothing Brands Have High Levels of Hormone Disrupting Chemical BPA: Watchdog Group

Sport bras and athletic shirts of some of the major global sports brands were found to contain dangerous levels of estrogen-mimicking BPA (bisphenol A) posing a considerable risk to people’s health, according to legal notices sent by the Center for Environmental Health (CEH).

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People Who Pushed Idea of Universal Vaccination Are ‘Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity’: Former Pfizer VP

Former Pfizer VP Michael Yeadon maintains that since the infection fatality ratio of COVID-19 has not been high, …

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Synthetic mRNA Suppresses Immune System, Possibly Leads to Cancer, Blood Clots, Fertility Issues, Spontaneous Abortions: Dr. Malone

Why are so many women experiencing delays in their menstrual cycle? And are the blood clots, cancers, spontaneous …

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Data Reveal Disturbing Trend From COVID Jab

Commentary after mining the Department of Defense database (one of the best in the United States) and comparing …

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Allison Williams Leaving ESPN After Her Vaccine Exemption Denied

Wildly popular ESPN sports broadcaster Allison Williams has, fighting back tears and emotion, announced she is officially leaving the network after having her request for a vaccine exception to its mandate denied.

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Gates Foundation Plan to Use Birth Control Drugs NOT Approved for Use in the USA in Africa

Melinda and Bill Gates, Gates Foundation and drug conglomerate Pfizer plan to expand ‘family planning’ programs (birth control) using drugs not approved for use in the US in Africa and other countries.

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Chemicals In Food And Personal Care Products Making Humanity Infertile

If sperm counts continue to fall at the current pace, humans could become extinct, a new report revealed. A team of researchers from the Hebrew University-Hadassah Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai analyzed the results of 185 studies involving nearly 43,000 men.

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