March 9, 2007
Centre for Sustainable Agriculture
From Ms Kavitha Kuruganti

Dear Friends

The Animal Husbandry officials of Adilabad district have to be congratulated for taking cognizance of a serious phenomenon related to livestock illnesses and deaths happening in many places in
the district after animals graze on Bt Cotton fields. This follows the inaction of the GEAC [India's apex GM regulatory body] in investigating such a phenomenon reported from earlier years too and in early February this year by CSA. GEAC had asked DBT [Department of Biotechnology] to investigate this last year itself but there are no indications that DBT has taken up any such studies. Last year, Veterinary Biological Research Institute [VBRI] has found that pesticide residues were low on the Bt Cotton samples tested for, but nitrate levels were high.

The following is the translation of an advisory put out to farmers by the Joint Director-Animal Husbandry department through the media on February 20th, 2007, following the incidence of such a phenomenon [the actual media announcement is in telugu].

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Child medicine additive concern

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BBC NEWS
March 10, 2007

Medicines for babies and young children frequently contain additives banned from foods and drinks aimed at under-threes, research shows.

The Food Magazine examined 41 medicines aimed at the under-threes, and found only one was free of the additives.

No colours or sweeteners are allowed in foods and drinks for the under-threes and most preservatives are banned.

The manufacturers of medicines for the under-threes have insisted their products are safe.

It is time for medicine manufacturers to clean up their act and remove any unnecessary additives

Ian Tokelove
Food Magazine

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Omega News
March 9, 2007
By Dr. Gerald Goldberg

As concerns the pineal, the role of calcium in general and the role of crystals within the pineal gland reveal some interesting points. As in radio and other transmitters, crystals act to convert certain discrete frequencies into electrical signals. Before we had all of the electro-pollution, animals could simply orient themselves to the earths electromagnetic signature. Additionally animals could store into memory at a subconscious level the discrete signatures of subtle variations in electromagnetic signalling from various regions. This would explain the highly specific nature of migratory behaviour seen in certain animals. What has not been appreciated is the ability which has probably evolved over time to see, complex patterns that are generated from the earth's electromagnetic signature.

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Rethinking Aids
For Immediate Release
March 7, 2007

SAN FRANCISCO, March 7, 2007--Rethinking AIDS, a global organization of more than 2,300 scientists, medical doctors, journalists, health advocates, and business professionals, asked the BBC today to reject a call for censorship of the 2004 documentary film Guinea Pig Kids. The film, coproduced with NDR, German public television, exposed drug experiments on poor, mostly Latino and African-American New York City children presumed to be HIV positive, conducted at Incarnation Children's Center (ICC) in Manhattan.

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The New York Times
March 9, 2007
By FELICITY BARRINGER

WASHINGTON, March 8 — The director of the Fish and Wildlife Service defended the agency requirement that two employees going to international meetings on the Arctic not discuss climate change, saying diplomatic protocol limited employees to an agreed-on agenda.

Two memorandums written about a week ago and reported by The New York Times and the Web site of The Seattle Post-Intelligencer on Thursday set strict parameters for what the two employees could and could not discuss at meetings in Norway and Russia.

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By Julia Havey
commonvoice.com
March 7, 2007

Oopsy. I should have said "sparkling beverages"; not soft drinks! My bad!

The case against swigging soda just got stronger. A large systematic review reveals clear associations between consumption of nondiet soft drinks and increased calorie intake and body weight.

Full-calorie soft drinks are also linked with reduced intake of milk and fruit and increased risk of type 2 diabetes. "Recommendations to reduce population soft drink consumption are strongly supported by the available science," concludes the review of 88 studies.

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Dairy co-op to drop hormone

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Los Angeles Times
By Jerry Hirsch
March 8, 2007

The major milk supplier is phasing out use of a synthetic compound that boosts production.

Under pressure from supermarket chains and their customers, California cows are going drug-free.

The giant Central Valley dairy co-op that produces 4 of every 10 glasses of milk drunk by Californians is phasing out the use of a synthetic bovine growth hormone that increases how much milk cows produce.

Despite evidence that the rBST hormone doesn't harm humans, California Dairies Inc. said its biggest customers such as Vons and Safeway didn't want it in the cows. The co-op also supplies brands such as Foster Farms, Knudsen Farms and Producers Dairy.

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By Ian Sinclair
www.vaccinationdebate.com
March 8, 2007

As parents become aware of the dangers and inefficacy of childhood vaccines, they will, for obvious reasons, seek an alternative approach to safeguard their children's health.

Many parents choose a practice known as "Homeopathic Prophylaxis" sometimes referred to as homeopathic vaccination. Other parents employ vitamin and mineral supplements in the belief that they will strengthen their child's immune system, while others prefer their children to contract the childhood infections in the belief that it will give them natural life-long immunity. There are many parents who are just plain uncertain or confused as to what alternatives to embrace and therefore live in a constant state of fear and anxiety over their children's health.

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Is Cancer Caused by the Candida Fungus?

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Is Cancer Caused by the Candida Fungus?
Interview with Doctor Tullio Simoncini
By Emma Holister

Tsimoncini
EH: Having read your articles about your revolutionary cancer therapy, I cannot help but wonder how difficult it has been for you to continue working as an oncologist in the world of mainstream medicine. What has been the response of the medical authorities to your work?

TS: Suppression. Plots. Defamatory TV programs. When a scientist has an effective and revolutionary idea, the medical institution attempts to suppress his work because he threatens the interests of the ruling class. No matter how effective the therapy in question is, their aim will be to destroy him.

Those in power ensure that the following things are put into action:

1) dismissal from the medical associations,
2) instigation of newspaper and TV campaigns portraying him as a charlatan,
3) mounting attacks against him from the judicial system,
4) constant police harassment at home.

EH: What are the things preventing our current medical system from embracing your theories about cancer being caused by a fungus (Candida) and your treatment of tumours using bicarbonate of soda?

TS: One: there is a selfishness and lack of spirituality within the medical ruling class. It prevents them from looking beyond their acquired ignorance. Two: the fundamental theory behind cancer is based on the hypothesis that it is caused by a genetic disorder resulting in an over-reproduction of the cancerous cells. This theory is simply wrong and has never been demonstrated.

EH: Do you believe these problems can be overcome, and if so, how?

TS: Yes, I do. It will be achieved through grassroots activism, which will establish freedom in medical research. If large numbers of people in a country gather and work together, it is possible to demand that the authorities allow for freedom in medical research. This can be done through demonstrations and informing people via the media.

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REUTERS
March 6, 2007

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The use of drugs to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, has more than tripled worldwide since 1993, U.S. researchers reported on Tuesday.

And spending on such drugs rose nine-fold between 1993 and 2003, the team at the University of California, Berkeley reported.

"ADHD could become the leading childhood disorder treated with medications across the globe," Richard Scheffler, an expert in health economics and public policy who led the study, said in a statement.

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