By GARDINER HARRIS
New York Times Health
March 23, 2006

GAITHERSBURG, Md., March 22 — Stimulants like Ritalin lead a small number of children to suffer hallucinations that usually feature insects, snakes or worms, according to federal drug officials, and a panel of experts said on Wednesday that physicians and parents needed to be warned of the risk.

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Storm against NAIS

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By Walter Jeffries

March 1, 2006

Wednesday, February 22nd was Washington’s real birthday. In honor of General George Washington, who became the first President of our brand new liberated nation, I urge you to contact your local radio stations, as well as national radio station personalities, to let them know the danger that the USDA’s National Animal Identification System (NAIS) poses to our liberties. Let them know that you want them to address the issue of why is the government stealing away our rights with programs like NAIS, PAWS , REAL ID and the Patriot Act.

Are you familiar with NAIS? Let me give you a little background. The USDA wants to register the GPS coordinates, name, address, phone, and other data on every farm, home, and other location that has even has a single animal, with a government Premise ID. For this privilege of mandatory registration, you will pay a fee of $10 or more, per year. Next, they intend to tag every single one of your animals with a RFID, or other tag. This will be mandatory. In addition to paying an annual fee and paying for tags for all of your animals, you would also be required to log, track, and report all “events,” such as the birth of an animal, death of an animal, animals leaving, or entering your property. All reports must be made within 24 hours, or you could face stiff fines. Do not expect them to keep your private information secure. In a little “Oops,” the USDA just released the social security numbers of 350,000 farmers.

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MetroWest Daily News, MA
Friday, March 17, 2006
By Jon Brodkin/ Daily News Staff

Congress has asked for a new investigation into a potential link between mercury-containing vaccines and autism, as some lawmakers claim the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has inadequately researched the topic.

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By SANDRA LUCAS

In October, 2004, after taking TeenScreen, a 10-minute computer test developed in the psychiatric department of Columbia University, 16-year-old Chelsea Rhoades of Indiana was told she had two mental health problems, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and social anxiety disorder. The diagnoses were based upon Chelsea’s responses that she liked to help clean the house and didn’t “party” much.

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BBC NEWS
March 22, 2006

A diet rich in a fat found in oily fish may protect men with prostate cancer from developing a more aggressive form of the disease, scientists have found.

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March 17, 2006
By Pam Killeen Interviews Dr. Julian Whitaker
Source: Crusador Enterprises
CRUSADOR EXCLUSIVE* ®2006,
www.HealthLiesExposed.com

Pam Killeen Interviews Dr. Julian Whitaker About His Public Support For Tom Cruise Who Spoke Out Against Psychiatric Diagnoses and Psychotropic Medications

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Avian Flu Hype

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March 17, 2006
By Pam Killeen
www.pamkilleen.com

A new multi-billion dollar campaign has been launched in order to promote the sale of yet another vaccine, Roche's drug for treating influenza, Tamiflu. Multinationals such as the pharmaceutical, agricultural and biotech companies all stand to make huge profits over this new “fear and consumption” campaign. If these multinationals have their way, they'll convince us that only they have the answers to all of our problems (whether they're real or created).

With so much frenzy about avian flu in the news, I can’t help but wonder if avian flu would even exist without the cozy relationship between BigPharma and the media. Even with so much opposition to Direct-to-Consumer pharmaceutical ads, they still continue to flood our television sets. Because BigPharma has so much financial control over the media, it only stands to reason that the news will be biased in their favor. The situation has become so exaggerated that, now, many unsuspecting viewers don’t realize that most news stories are really just ingeniously designed ads. It should come as no surprise to you to realize that news stories about avian flu are just that – ads to promote Tamiflu.

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March 17, 2006
Source: Crusador

Dr. Ann Blake Tracy’s Testimonial to the FDA, September 13, 2004 Exposing The Dangerous Side Effects of Psychiatric Drugs

I am Ann Blake Tracy, PhD, head of the International Coalition for Drug Awareness. I am the author of Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? - Our Serotonin Nightmare and have testified in court cases involving antidepressants for 12 1/2 years. The last 15 years of my life have been devoted full time to researching and writing about SSRI antidepressants.

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Health Lies Exposed
March 17, 2006
Shire hit by new drug warning from FDA
By Julia Kollewe, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent

US regulators have slapped another warning on drugs for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), including Shire Pharmaceuticals’ top-selling Adderall XR drug.
In a staff memo, the Food and Drug Administration said the hyperactivity drugs should carry stronger warnings about the risk of side effects such as hallucinations and paranoia. “Signs and symptoms of psychosis or mania, particularly hallucinations, can occur in some patients with no identifiable risk factors,” the memo said. It was posted on the FDA’s website before a meeting of the regulator’s Paediatric Advisory Committee next Wednesday.

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Washingtonpost.com
By LINDSEY TANNER
The Associated Press
March 16, 2006

CHICAGO -- Soaring numbers of American children are being prescribed anti-psychotic drugs _ in many cases, for attention deficit disorder or other behavioral problems for which these medications have not been proven to work, a study found.

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