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Celebrities against GMOs

(NaturalNews) Monsanto has spent a lot of money trying to fight state labeling laws. Despite millions of dollars and deceitful ad campaigns, they haven’t been entirely successful. Laws mandating GMO labeling came close to passing in Oregon, California, and Washington. Vermont successfully…

Celebrities against GMOs

(NaturalNews) Monsanto has spent a lot of money trying to fight state labeling laws. Despite millions of dollars and deceitful ad campaigns, they haven’t been entirely successful. Laws mandating GMO labeling came close to passing in Oregon, California, and Washington. Vermont successfully…

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Little-Known Secret To Be Smarter, Slimmer And Healthier…

Want To Be Smarter, Slimmer And Healthier… – It’s not difficult to get into a rut with food. As we rush about in our busy lives, many times nutrition takes a backseat to more pressing concerns. The regrettable cost of this shortcut? Expanding waistlines, dulled thinking and floundering immune systems. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way….

(AI) Robots Could Kill Us All In FIVE YEARS – Claims Elon Musk

Elon Musk claims robots could kill us all in FIVE YEARS in his latest internet post… then deletes it shortly after SpaceX and Tesla CEO has again warned of the dangers of AI robots In a comment he said he feared something 'dangerous happening' Musk says the rise of AI will be exponential and could spell disaster He cites a London-based company called Deepmind as an example of how rapidly artificial intelligence

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Clinton charity, under pressure, will amend tax return errors

By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation’s flagship health project changed its mind again on Wednesday on the matter of its erroneous tax returns, saying it would refile them with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service after all. The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) said the decision to refile its 2012 and 2013 returns was in response to “recent media interest.” Its brief statement

Bad mood? Sleep interruptions may be to blame

After the first night, people with interrupted sleep or delayed bedtimes experienced a similar low positive mood and high negative mood based on emotional assessment questionnaires they completed. “It is not simply the quality or the quantity of sleep that dictates mood, but rather a combination of the two,” said lead study author Patrick Finan of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.

Bad mood? Sleep interruptions may be to blame

After the first night, people with interrupted sleep or delayed bedtimes experienced a similar low positive mood and high negative mood based on emotional assessment questionnaires they completed. “It is not simply the quality or the quantity of sleep that dictates mood, but rather a combination of the two,” said lead study author Patrick Finan of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.

Bad mood? Sleep interruptions may be to blame

After the first night, people with interrupted sleep or delayed bedtimes experienced a similar low positive mood and high negative mood based on emotional assessment questionnaires they completed. “It is not simply the quality or the quantity of sleep that dictates mood, but rather a combination of the two,” said lead study author Patrick Finan of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.

Exclusive: U.S. insurer caught on to odd billing at Valeant-linked pharmacy

By Carl O’Donnell, Tim Reid and Caroline Humer NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – OptumRx, a leading U.S. pharmacy benefits manager, began to stop payments to a pharmacy closely-linked to Valeant Pharmaceuticals International more than a year ago after recognizing billing irregularities, former employees at the pharmacy and sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Hatboro, Pennsylvania-based Philidor Rx Services persisted in efforts to secure reimbursement for Valeant drug sales even

Exclusive: U.S. insurer caught on to odd billing at Valeant-linked pharmacy

By Carl O’Donnell, Tim Reid and Caroline Humer NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – OptumRx, a leading U.S. pharmacy benefits manager, began to stop payments to a pharmacy closely-linked to Valeant Pharmaceuticals International more than a year ago after recognizing billing irregularities, former employees at the pharmacy and sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Hatboro, Pennsylvania-based Philidor Rx Services persisted in efforts to secure reimbursement for Valeant drug sales even

Exclusive: U.S. insurer caught on to odd billing at Valeant-linked pharmacy

By Carl O’Donnell, Tim Reid and Caroline Humer NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – OptumRx, a leading U.S. pharmacy benefits manager, began to stop payments to a pharmacy closely-linked to Valeant Pharmaceuticals International more than a year ago after recognizing billing irregularities, former employees at the pharmacy and sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Hatboro, Pennsylvania-based Philidor Rx Services persisted in efforts to secure reimbursement for Valeant drug sales even