Author: John Vibes
“Fake News” has become the buzzword that the dying mainstream media has been using to dismiss alternative viewpoints that may appear on the internet or in alternative media. While it is true that there are a large number of satire sites and clear disinformation sites on the web, mainstream media sources are focusing on alternative media websites who do not share their views politically and attempting to associate these sites with the “fake news” phenomenon.

 Author: Amelia Kinney
You might reconsider the consequence of these seemingly innocuous habits when you learn how they can inhibit neurological function and cause the brain to age.

 Author: Health Tips Now
Emotional eating is actually the opposite of mindful eating. It’s led by cravings, the desire to numb or change our feelings, stress, or just simply from habit and eating on “autopilot.”

 Author: Neelam Tailor
The Bitcoin, known as the currency of the new technology age, could be one of the best investments you ever made.

 Author: IFL Science
Back in 2014, Diego Gomez, a master’s student at the University of Quindío in Colombia, came across a thesis in a library that he decided to upload to a server that anyone could access. The author of the document discovered this and claimed that his rights had been violated, and decided to sue.

 Author: Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze, via John McDougall
The drug industry buys the professors first, then chiefs of department, then the other chief physicians and so on. They don’t buy junior doctors. –Dr Peter Gøtzsche

 Author: Liam S. Whittaker
All new buildings in commercial zones across the country must comply with new environmental legislation.

 Author: Anti-Media News Desk
The number of civilians killed in air strikes by the US-led coalition in Syria over the past month was the highest monthly toll since it began its campaign against the Islamic State (IS) group in 2014, a monitoring organization said on Tuesday.

 Author: Darius Shahtahmasebi
For the alt-right, the recent terrorist attack in Manchester, England, all but confirms their openly bigoted policies. We should close our borders, we should oppose Islam at every turn, and we should focus on making our respective countries “great again,” they say.

 Author: Rosanne Lindsay
Vaccines are not “safe and effective.” There is no such thing as a safe vaccine.

 Author: Shamus Cooke
The political noose is tightening around Trump’s neck, and he’s got only one way out: war. The U.S. involvement in the Syrian war is accelerating as Trump’s talons dig deeper into the conflict. If he successfully clutches his prey he stands a chance of clinging to the presidency.

 Author: Catherine J. Frompovich
The opioid addiction problem in the U.S. is growing dramatically and urban areas are having a hard time trying to cope with both sides of the issue. For a few days, all news talk radio KYW 1060 reported on those problems in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the fifth largest U.S. city [3], not very far from where I reside.

 Author: Dawn Luger
WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, will not quit releasing pertinent information, even after Sweden announced it’s dropping the rape allegations against him. Assange, the biggest enemy of the state, issued a defiant statement after Sweden dropped the charges. He won’t be kowtowing to the political elites, though; in fact, just the opposite.

 Author: Jean Perier
Ongoing investigations of ISIS activities in Europe carried on by a number of law enforcement agencies shows that terrorist are placing increasing emphasis on the use of the Internet and social networks. Over the years we’ve witnessed the creation of various “jihad threads” on various sites, along with terrorist posts on Facebook, Twitter accompanied by YouTube videos. Apparently, YouTube has transformed into the main media platform for terrorism, since the number of videos filmed to praise these so-called “warriors of Islam” has been skyrocketing lately.