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(ANTIMEDIA) Denver, CO — A United States military veteran and father is fighting the state of Kansas for custody of his children. In April 2015, Raymond Schwab’s children were confiscated by Child Protective Services, and authorities in the state insist he must discontinue his use of marijuana — which he uses to treat his PTSD —

While it is not breaking news that certain prescription drugs may increase the chances of serious birth defects and complications during pregnancy, a recent study is once again bringing the antidepressant ‘paroxetine‘ to the forefront of the debate. For those unfamiliar with paroxetine, it is a commonly prescribed SSRI (serotonin reuptake inhibitor) which is used

Following a multiple outbreaks of food-borne illnesses leading back to the Mexican Food chain Chipotle, the U.S. government has now issued a subpoena as part of a federal level criminal investigation into the restaurant franchise. Following word of the developing criminal investigation, the struggling restaurant’s sales continue to plummet as the chain battles to save their

A recent study on cardiac arrest now illustrates that many individuals commonly ignoring life-saving warning signs and how this deadly killer many not happen as ‘suddenly‘ as previously believed. According to the study, medical experts now believe that many individuals begin suffering symptoms not only hours before a major cardiac effect, but that they may begin

In today’s day and age many find themselves running to the doctor’s office for antibiotics at the first sign of sickness, however, according to experts unless that sickness is actual an infection you are doing far more harm than good. For years the medical community has been warning the public about the dangers posed by antibiotic overuse,

(ANTIMEDIA) Porter Ranch, CA —Methane gas continues spewing, unchecked, into the air over southern California from a fractured well to an underground storage site — at such an alarming rate that low-flying planes have necessarily been diverted by the FAA, lest internal combustion engines meet highly volatile gas and, well, blow the entire area to hell.

(ANTIMEDIA) A previously unreleased set of Food and Drug Administration documents related to genetically engineered (GE or GMO) foods alleges the agency was aware of possible risks to humans as far back as 1991. The documents were released through a lawsuit filed by Steven Druker, a public interest attorney and executive director of the Alliance for

Chipotle has just received more bad news as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention announced Monday that a recent outbreak of E. coli cases once again point to the Mexican restaurant chain. According to the CDC, the most recent outbreak with recorded illnesses first starting November 18 spanning to November 26th have been linked back locations

Thursday officials from The Department of Homeland Security have announced they will be granting temporary “protected status” to individuals from three Ebola stricken countries currently residing in the US. The protected status will be given to individuals from Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone. These three West African countries have been hit the hardest by the

Involvement in sports can be a great way for kids to develop physical skills and sportsmanship. But don’t forget to do what you can to protect them. Several of these five T’s apply to us all. For Part I, go here.

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