Although safety is not my sole reason for declining vaccines, it is one. I want to take this opportunity to provide a resource – an offer of research thatexamines the safety and health risks associated when a vaccine is utilized in the determent of a specific disease.
Below is published research that proposes concern in the safety of vaccines to the health of the individual. I encourage you to click on the [...]
Paul Craig Roberts
Monday, July 2, 2012
Information has been leaked about the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), which is being negotiated in secret by US Trade Representative Ron Kirk. Six hundred corporate “advisors” are in on the know, but not Congress or the media. Ron Wyden, chairman of the Senate trade subcommittee that has jurisdiction over the TPP, has not been permitted to see the text or to know the content.
The TPP [...]
An outbreak of salmonella that has struck 90 people in America may be linked to sushi as food and health safety officers investigate ‘highly suspect’ spicy tuna rolls.
The outbreak has spread across 19 states and the district of Columbia with seven of the 90 reported cases needing to be hospitalised for treatment.
So far no one has died from the salmonella outbreak – caused by contaminated food – which can be [...]
Video: Bird’s-eye-view of world’s highest and longest tunnel-to-tunnel bridge
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2124376/Anzhaite-Long-span-Suspension-Bridge-Worlds-highest-bridge-gets-finishing-touches.html#ixzz1r1vS3yNv
More than 50 countries have banned asbestos products but India cannot get enough. It imports the mineral from Canada, risking a future health crisis.
Asbestos products have a deadly reputation.
Inhaling asbestos fibres can lead to a slow and painful death.
But in India, asbestos illness is under-diagnosed and mostly unrecognised.
And with the proliferation of factories making asbestos products, India is on the cusp of a devastating health crisis.
Workers have little safety equipment [...]
November 20, 2011
The European Union has decided to ban all X-ray scanners from EU airports in order to protect the health and safety of EU citizens, yet the TSA still claims that the scanners are completely safe. The ban comes after the recent media outburst regarding the 1998 report that linked the X-ray scanners to cancer. The report found that the machines could be causing100 cases of cancer per year [...]
The Daily Cardinal
City officials temporarily denied Occupy Madison a new street use permit Wednesday after protesters violated public health and safety conditions and failed to follow the correct processes to renew or amend a permit.
The permit, which expired Wednesday at noon, required Occupy Madison protesters to relocate from their current space at 30 West Mifflin Street, also called 30 on the Square.
A neighboring hotel’s staff alleged voiced concerns about having [...]
By Phil Izzo
Americans’ access to basic necessities is at recession-level lows, according to a poll released by Gallup.
Gallup’s Basic Access Index score fell to 81.4 last month — on par with the 81.5 measured in February and March 2009.
The polling firm’s index looks at 13 basic necessities that includes health, food, shelter and safety from crime. Access to health care and food are down the most since September [...]
Florida State Rep. Ritch Workman
A Florida lawmaker has filed a bill that would repeal a state law prohibiting dwarf tossing in bars.
Rep. Ritch Workman of Melbourne filed House Bill 4063 on Monday.
“To me it’s an archaic kind of Big Brother law that says, ‘We don’t like that activity,’” Workman told the Florida Current. “Well, there is nothing immoral or illegal about that activity. All we [...]
Should cats be treated like dogs, when it comes to licensing and immunization requirements?
The San Diego city auditor’s office recommends doing just that — for the sake of health, safety and “cost recovery” for taxpayers.
According to formulas used by the Humane Society of the United States, there are an estimated 373,000 cats in San Diego.
If just 5 percent had been registered at $25 a head, the auditor’s office says the [...]
Warning! Children in hazardous work – End child labour
The ILO’s most recent global estimate is that 115 million children are involved in hazardous work. This is work that by its nature or the circumstances in which it is carried out, is likely to harm children’s health, safety or morals. Children working in many different industries and occupations can be exposed to such risks and the [...]
It is pretty clear that the onus is on the oil exploration team to do the work safely and in a controlled manner, regardless of “approved departures.”
250.107 What must I do to protect health, safety, property, and the environment?
(a) You must protect health, safety, property, and the environment by:
(1) Performing all operations in a safe and workmanlike manner; and
(2) Maintaining all equipment and work areas in a safe condition.