New Study: Playing Action Video Games Increase Risk of Alzheimer’s disease

Telegraph.co.uk Millions of boys could be at increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other mental illnesses in later life through playing action video games such as Call of Duty or Assassin’s Creed, according to new research. Scientists say players navigate… Continue Reading

Glyphosate found to accumulate in animals and humans, leading to chronic illness

Natural News Yet another scientific study has debunked the myth that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) pose no threat whatsoever to animals or humans. A team of researchers from both Germany and Egypt, publishing their findings in the Journal of Environmental… Continue Reading

Harvard: Fluoride Can Increase Autism and Attention Deficit Disorder

Washington’s Blog We reported last month that a Harvard study found that fluoride can lower children’s IQ by 7 points, and that numerous government reports have shown that fluoride can injure the brain and neurological system. Now, one of the world’s most… Continue Reading

Egyptian GM maize study shows toxic effects after just 91 days

Natural News A new study by Egyptian researchers has found that Bt corn is not substantially equal to non-genetically modified parent corn and is actually toxic to rats after barely three months. Meanwhile, a second study, which examined the effects… Continue Reading

How does Alabama rank in Freedom? New study shows economic Freedoms on the rise, Personal Freedoms shockingly low

freedominthe50states.org Alabama is one of the most conservative states in the country, especially socially. As might be expected, it scores very well on economic policy-especially taxation-but rather poorly on personal freedom.

Computers and phones in children’s bedrooms ‘can cause anxiety and sleep loss’

London Telegraph Parents have been urged to take televisions, computers and mobile phones out of children’s bedrooms as they cause anxiety and prevent sleep which ruins school performance, a study has suggested. Researchers have found that having televisions and games… Continue Reading

Feds Studying How to Use Twitter For ‘Depression Surveillance’

Washington Free Beacon The federal government is studying how to use Twitter for surveillance on depressed people. The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) began a study financed by the National Institutes of Health last month that will provide “population… Continue Reading

Despite lobbyist claims, piracy not killing media industry, study shows

RT.com Online piracy is not the scourge of the media industry, as proponents of a crackdown on copyright infringement claim, says a new study. Creative business is doing well, with those embracing the new realities of digital sharing even flourishing.… Continue Reading

Study: Facebook Use Predicts Decline In Happiness

CBS A new study shows that Facebook may help people feel connected, but it doesn’t make them any happier. In fact, according to the research, which was conducted by the University of Michigan, Facebook use actually predicts a decline in… Continue Reading