Psychiatrists are killing thousands of Americans with unnecessary prescription, overdosing, and pseudoscience

By Ben Alonzo 0 Comments

There’s news spreading around the world – America has an overprescription epidemic and it now involves astonishing numbers of psychiatric drug prescriptions, even to infants and toddlers. Doctors are also being bribed with cash and gifts to push pills to unsuspecting patients, many of which have no scientific basis for effectiveness or use. It doesn’t ….read more

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Is the March for Science a superficial movement hiding a political agenda behind the mask of science?

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Scientists are divided over whether the March for Science in Washington, D.C. will help or hurt science. The US science crisis is further complicated by a reactive society that’s in a state of perpetual outrage, fed by sensational, misleading news headlines, and a culture of extreme political correctness. The April 22, 2017 March for Science ….read more

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Preparing for tornadoes, large hail, and damaging winds with science education

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April through August are peak severe weather months for the continental United States. Climatological warming increases the risk of more severe thunderstorm events, which means people should get prepared now. Awesome technology is also improving advanced public warning, giving people the time they need to protect life and property. Despite advances in technology, life and ….read more

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Meteorologists issue rare, first high risk tornado outbreak forecast of 2017

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Meteorologists across the U.S. are paying close attention to portions of Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas because the key ingredients for a large severe weather outbreak are present. Recent weather models show a high probability of large hail, tornadoes, and damaging winds by this afternoon and evening. Scientist are alerting the public to be ready ….read more

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Living large: Obesity causing rising healthcare costs and lower productivity for U.S. economy

By Ben Alonzo 0 Comments

There’s a health crisis going on in America and it involves the fact that over 69% of adults are overweight or obese, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data1. Being overweight is scientifically unhealthy, it drives up health insurance premiums, and negatively impacts the economy. Recent health science data shows that more ….read more

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