June 14, 2024

Medical School isn’t Teaching Doctors Much About Nutrition, According to Researchers

Nutrition is a key determinant of health. But American physicians aren't receiving effective training to counsel patients on the topic, according to a new paper from University of Georgia researchers.
June 14, 2024

Negotiations on World Health Organization Pandemic Treaty Extended for a Year

The World Health Organization’s member states have agreed to extend negotiations on a pandemic treaty for up to a year. The decision to continue the negotiations was made at the World Health Assembly meeting on 1 June. However, an agreement was reached on a package of amendments to the International Health Regulations.
June 14, 2024

Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill Exempting State From World Health Organization and United Nations Mandates

Oklahoma will not enforce any mandates from the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations (UN) and the World Economic Forum (WEF) under a new bill signed by Governor Kevin Stitt. Senate Bill 426 takes effect immediately and states that Oklahoma is not bound by any requirements or mandates issued by the organizations.
June 14, 2024

New Study Shows Vitamin C Boosts DNA Damage and Cell Death in Melanoma Cells

A recent study shows that there may be a more effective way to treat melanoma by using vitamin C to increase DNA damage in cancer cells, leading to their death.
June 14, 2024

National Institutes of Health Scientists made $710M in Royalties From Drug Makers – A Fact They Tried to Hide

New data from the United States National Institutes of Health (NIH) reveal the agency and its scientists collected $710 million in royalties during the pandemic, from late 2021 through 2023. These are payments made by private companies, like pharmaceuticals, to license medical innovations from government scientists.
June 7, 2024

GlaxoSmithKline & Pfizer Must Face Zantac Cancer Cases From About 75,000 Consumers in Delaware

GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer and other drugmakers must face trials in the State court in Delaware after a judge found evidence backing up claims the companies’ former Zantac heartburn drug causes cancer to be legitimate.
June 7, 2024

COVID-19 Vaccine Class Action Lawsuit Filed in Malaysia

Lawyers representing the Malaysian Muslim Consumers Association have filed a class action suit at the Kuala Lumpur High Court on behalf of eight individuals over the COVID-19 vaccines.
June 7, 2024

Study Examines Prescribing Patterns of Drug Associated With Cognitive Impairment

Many adults with diabetes and the associated complication of peripheral neuropathy, which can be painful as well as harmful, are often prescribed drugs at doses and for durations that could impose an increased risk of cognitive impairment.