Thursday, June 20, 2024


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce


Finland Offers Bird Flu Vaccine to Farm Workers

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Public health officials in Finland are preparing to offer H5N1 influenza (also known as avian influenza or bird flu) vaccines to people at who they believe are at risk of exposure to an avian influenza strain spreading among farmed and wild animals. Finland is the first country to administer avian influenza vaccines to certain populations […]

Kaiser Permanente Staff Fired for Refusing COVID Shot Asked to Return

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Kaiser Permanente, one of the largest Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) in America, is reaching out to health care professionals who were terminated for failing to comply with its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy. The company is asking former employees to apply to come back, now that it no longer requires employees to receive COVID shots as […]

Pfizer Agrees to Settle Zantac Cancer Lawsuits for $250 Million

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Pfizer, Inc., the largest pharmaceutical corporation in the world marketing drugs and vaccines,1 has agreed to pay between $200 to $250 million to settle more than 10,000 lawsuits filed in the United States related to cancer risks associated with its over-the-counter heartburn drug Zantac (also known as ranitidine). The acid reflux drug was discontinued in […]

Former CNN News Anchor Sick from COVID Shot Reactions

Chris Cuomo

In an interview with nurse practitioner Shaun Barcavage, Chris Cuomo, a news anchor at NewsNation and former anchor at CNN, admitted to suffering from adverse effects caused by COVID-19 shots he received. While interviewing Barcavage, Cuomo stated: We know that vaccines can have unintended consequences, aka side effects, but nobody’s really talking about it because […]

Tuskegee Syphilis Study on Black Americans Created Mistrust of COVID Shots

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A 2024 study published in the Journal of Population Economics reveals that the long-term effects of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study conducted between 1932 and 1972 significantly affected the decision making by Black Americans in southern states when they weighed the risks and benefits of getting COVID-19 shots.1 Xiaolong “Chris” Hou, lead author of the study […]

Health Care Workers in Kentucky Given Criminal Liability Protection for Medical Errors

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On Mar. 26, 2024, Kentucky’s governor, Andy Beshear, signed a new law that makes Kentucky the first state to grant criminal immunity to health care providers for unintentionally making medical errors that result in harm to the patient. House Bill 159, received unanimous support from both the Kentucky House and Senate members. The new law […]

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