New articles in Human Rights: public health

Madeleine Schwartz, What Happens When Zika Hits the Country With the World’s Strictest Abortion Laws? read

Rmuse, EPA Report That Fracking Poisons Water Seals Its Fate read

Charles Ornstein and Hannah Fresques, The Children of Agent Orange read

Nathan Collins, How Cow Vaccinations Can Help Send Kids to School in Sub-Saharan Africa read

Jared Keller, The EPA Finally Confirmed That Fracking Is Terrible for Drinking Water read

Patrick G. Lee The EPA’s Latest Report Finds Fracking to Be a Threat to U.S. Water Supplies read

Colin Todhunter, Why Are Public Officials Protecting GMO and the Pesticides Industry? Digging Down into the Cesspool of Corruption read

Global Research News, Selected Articles: The Corrupt GMO and Pesticides Industry read

Charles Ornstein, High-dollar Prescribers Proliferate in Medicare’s Drug Program read

FTC Staff, FTC Issues Enforcement Policy Statement Regarding Marketing Claims for Over-the-Counter Homeopathic Drugs read

Justin Gardner, Cops and Big Pharma Shamefully & Quietly Kill Legislation Allowing CBD Oil for Epileptic Kids read

New articles in Human Rights: public health,Health and Health Care Use Among Individuals at Risk to Lose Health Insurance With Repeal of the Affordable Care Act read

Erin Corbett, House votes to pass bill prohibiting federal funds for abortion services read

Elizabeth Preza, Civil rights, LGBT rights, climate change and health care disappear from Trump’s White House website read

Eliza Newlin Carney, What’s Next? A Massive Fight Over Women’s Reproductive Health read

Tweet Email, Obamacare and Single Payer read

‘Dr. Oz Show’ will again talk miracles with faith healing segment watch

Beth Mole, FDA confirms toxicity of homeopathic baby products; Maker refuses to recall [Updated] read

Chris Hedges and Margaret Flowers, U.S. Health Care System Is Very Corrupt read

MARY WILLIAMS WALSH, Scheme Tied to UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare for Years, Suit Says read

Chris Hedges and Dr. Margaret Flowers Discuss How to Fix the Health Care System watch

Jessie Hellmann, Trump officials weigh fate of birth-control mandate read, Amid GOP Attacks on Health Care, the Movement for Single Payer Is Growing read

Valerie Tarico, How to Talk with Your Kid about Abortion—Especially Your Abortion read

Russ Martens and Pam Martens, Mr. President, This Is What You Should Know About Public-Private Partnerships read

Inside the Academic Journal That Corporations Love (Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology) read

Thomas Groome, To Win Again, Democrats Must Stop Being the Abortion Party read

Casey Coates Danson, THE VIENNA REPORT (links to doctors cautoning on vaccinations) read

Dennis Kucinich, Saving Obamacare Is Not Enough—We Need Medicare for All read

Ralph Nader, Single Payer can now be re-considered read

Krish Lingala, Trump’s Opioid Plan and the Bones of the War on Drugs read


New articles in Human Rights: public health

Robert Reich: Single-payer health is “inevitable.” read

Research to develop Big Pharma’s EpiPen was completely tax-funded. read

Nadia Prupis, ‘Huge Victory for Health’: FDA Orders Antibacterials Removed from Soaps. read

Wendell Potter, Cry Me a River, Aetna. read

Michael Winship, Drugs and Privilege: Big Business, Congress and the EpiPen. read

How Eurpean countries regulate Pharma (1.3 min) . watch

Harvard 75-year study of happiness. “The clearest message that we get from this 75-year study is this: Good relationships keep us happier and healthier.” read

Jean Ross: EpiPen story can only be avoided by single-payer. read

Peter Sullivan on “Two” Obamacares:. “There’s the one in coastal and northern areas, where the marketplaces include multiple insurers and plans. And there’s the one in southern and rural areas, where there is often little competition, a situation that can lead to higher premiums.” read

New articles in Human Rights: public health

Aetna pulling out of ACA. read

UN role on Haitian cholera epidemic. read

Steffie Woolhandler with Jaisal Noor on physicians and single-pay health. read

Panel of scientists want EPA to revise report saying fracking has no effects on drinking water. read

Robert Pear, Health Insurers Use Process Intended to Curb Rate Increases to Justify Them. read

Yves Smith: US is outlier on public spending and health results. read

Diane Archer: End Price-Gouging on Drugs Developed With Public Dollars. “The US invests more than $32 billion each year in drug and biomedical research. This major public investment in drug research empowers the government to make drugs affordable under the Bayh-Dole Act of 1980.” Why isn’t this enforced? read

MI chief scientist Megan Davies resigns given Republican coverup of Flint. read

CDC admits that between 1955-1963, 98 million American got a cancer virus with their flu shots. read