LATEST ARTICLES

 Author: AnonHQ
The continued existence of cattle around the world can be pinned on humans’ need to consume them, whether that’s by using their milk or eating their meat. Besides this primary function, and the fact that they can rapidly eat grass, there doesn’t seem to be a huge need for cows otherwise, save for companionship. However, researchers may have just found another complex purpose for these sturdy creatures that has nothing to do with food but everything to do with health.

 Author: AnonHQ
In today’s busy world, it’s nearly impossible not to get stressed out by life. From bills to relationship drama to unfulfilled expectations, there’s plenty that demands attention and that in itself can be physically and mentally draining.

 Author: Organic and Healthy
Magnesium is vitally important for biological function and optimal health.

 Author: Darius Shahtahmasebi
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, a man who dares not travel in many parts of the globe due to fears of arrest, just made one of the most stunning admissions of his career to date.

 Author: Vin Armani
These days, James Corbett doesn’t mind calling himself an anarchist. “Only because it annoys so many people” he tells Vin Armani in this 51-minute interview about how he came to the ideas of liberty. And they also cover psychopaths in government, foreign policy, anarchism, and what you can do to change the world.

 Author: Catherine J. Frompovich
Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Blue Care Network of Michigan publishes online a shameless and bold report of how much cash they reward physicians for performing certain tests, and which apparently acts as an incentive to over-prescribe, thus inflating the costs of U.S. healthcare, which should be illegal.

 Author: Jake Anderson
The world was atwitter last week as President Trump crudely took North Korea to task over its nuclear program, a threat that has slowly but surely eclipsed the distractions of our imperialist wars in the Middle East. But according to tech mogul Elon Musk, humans face a far graver threat from something they use in their everyday lives and could be holding in their hands as they read these words: algorithmic artificial intelligence. Specifically, algorithmic AI that evolves into malevolent super-intelligent entities and seeks to end their meatbag parent species — us.

 Author: Claire Bernish
More than 68,000 doctors received payments in excess of $46 million — in the span of just 29 months — from Goliath pharmaceutical corporations pushing opioid painkillers, researchers in a groundbreaking investigation of Big Pharma’s and the epidemic of legal and illicit opiates plaguing the United States.

 Author: Anna Hunt
It is becoming widely known that gut bacteria influence much more than our digestive process. The bacteria living in the digestive system impact our general health. Furthermore, scientists are now discovering that this influence goes beyond physical health. A study out of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) discovered evidence that gut microbes affect our emotions. Specifically, they impact how we respond to fear.

 Author: Rachel Blevins
Just one month after YouTube deleted a video of the United States air-dropping weapons to ISIS and claimed that it contained “violent or graphic content,” the video platform is now being criticized for implementing a new artificial intelligence program to monitor “extremist” content that is deleting videos that document U.S. war crimes.

 Author: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
A new study published in Clinical Rheumatology exposes how vaccine manufacturers used phony placebos in clinical trials to conceal a wide range of devastating risks associated with HPV vaccines. Instead of using genuine inert placebos and comparing health impacts over a number of years, as is required for most new drug approvals, Merck and GlaxoSmithKline spiked their placebos with a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant and cut observation periods to a matter of months.

 Author: Edmondo Burr
Contrary to popular belief among champions of the prison-industrial complex, closing down medical cannabis dispensaries does not reduce crime in their immediate vicinity.

 Author: Grete Mautner
Despite the fact that national interests of the US and Russia often contradict each other, the state of bilateral relations between those states over the past hundred would dictate the course of international politics.

 Author: Carey Wedler
This week, many Americans are more terrified of North Korea than usual, with some scrambling to buy supplies in case of a nuclear apocalypse as at least one local government offers advice to residents on how to survive a blast. Though Americans are unsure about Trump’s approach to North Korea, a majority agree that the country is a serious threat as much of the media repeatedly hammers home just how dangerous the situation has become.