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Andrew Wakefield thankful the truth about vaccines is out

Imagine a warm, sunny day in the future. Andrew Wakefield calls a press conference. He walks out, stands there, solemn, eyes downcast, a slight hint of a smile. 358 kata lagi

Brian Deer

Depression: The fault lies in classification

The World Health Organization estimates that more than 300 million people across the world are living with depression. “But that does not mean that all the 300 million people would need medical intervention,” says Vikram Patel from Harvard Medical School and the Delhi-based Public Health Foundation of India. 562 kata lagi

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Fluoride Officially Classified as a Neurotoxin in World’s Most Prestigious Medical Journal.

In recent years, many have protested to have industrial sodium fluoride removed from the water supply, as evidence states it is harmful from many scientific sources. 335 kata lagi

NEWS

This South American Tribe Has the Healthiest Arteries Ever Seen

We could learn a lot from them.

A new study has found that the Tsimané people in Bolivia have less heart disease than any other population ever recorded. 795 kata lagi

NEWS

Syria: Health in Conflict

The Lancet and the American University of Beirut have together established the concept for a Commission on Syria: Health in Conflict. The aim of the Commission will be to describe, analyse and interrogate the calamity before us through the lens of health and wellbeing. 94 kata lagi

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Lancet study puts NIHR top of the intl league table for health research in the public interest inc. public involvement @TheLancet

Yesterday the Lancet published a study by Mona Nasser, Mike Clarke, Iain Chalmers and others looking at how well eleven international research founders are doing to reduce waste in research. 156 kata lagi

Medical Research

Evaluating industry's role in vaccine access - The Lancet

On March 6, 2017, the Access to Medicine Foundation released its first Access to Vaccines Index, a baseline analysis of industry activities to improve access to vaccines worldwide. 278 kata lagi

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