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Hospital Pulls Ad After Critics Complain It ‘Normalized’ Myocarditis in Kids

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital pulled a 30-second ad about myocarditis in children after Children’s Health Defense and numerous doctors accused the hospital of normalizing and trivializing the condition.

30 September 2022

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As Gates Doubles Down on Digital IDs, Critic Warns of ‘Gravest Technological Threat’ to Liberty

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation this month announced $200 million in new funding — part of an overall $1.27 billion commitment in support of “global health and development projects” that include creating a global digital ID system.

30 September 2022

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Vaccine Failure Is Not a Reason to Celebrate!

Reporting on a new study, U.S. News & World Report this week published an article, “‘Breakthrough’ Infections After COVID Vaccine Can Help Prevent Future Illness,” which spins vaccine failure as a reason to celebrate.

30 September 2022

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CHD to Appeal Decision in Rutgers University Lawsuit as FDA Advisor Says, ‘It’s Not Fair to Ask People to Take a Risk’

Children’s Health Defense and a group of students who sued Rutgers University over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate will appeal last week’s decision by a federal judge to dismiss the suit. Meanwhile, the number of colleges and universities requiring the vaccine has dropped significantly compared with a year ago.

29 September 2022

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Global Walkout Campaign Calls for ‘Unified Pushback Against Globalist Agenda’

Every Sunday at 8 p.m. London time, Global Walkout announces a new “step” or action people can take to extricate themselves from the globalist agenda and impede its progress.

29 September 2022

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First Gardasil Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Alleging HPV Vaccine Caused 13-Year-Old’s Death

Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman of Children’s Health Defense, this week filed their first wrongful death suit against Merck, alleging the drugmaker’s Gardasil HPV vaccine caused the death of 13-year-old Noah Tate Foley.

28 September 2022

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How to Help Tweens Escape ‘Grasping Tentacles’ of Corporate Marketing

In her new book, “You Are Your Own Best Teacher! Sparking the Curiosity, Imagination and Intellect of Tweens,” Claire Nader guides tweens on how to liberate themselves from the commercial pressures coming down on them every day.

27 September 2022

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Corn Syrup in Infant Formula?

Nearly half of U.S. infant formula contain corn sugars. Mounting evidence suggests it may not be the best for babies.

26 September 2022

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After 21-Year Delay, Judge Hears Evidence in Lawsuit Alleging Cellphones Caused Plaintiffs' Brain Cancer

In an interview with The Defender, Hunter Lundy, an attorney representing plaintiffs in two lawsuits alleging cellphones caused plaintiffs to develop brain cancer, said he was frustrated with the legal system’s slow pace, but that he believes the “truth is going to come out.”

26 September 2022

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Biden Declares 'Pandemic Is Over,’ Prompting Calls for End to ‘Absurd’ Vaccine Mandates, Federal Health Emergency

President Joe Biden’s Sept. 18 statement that the COVID-19 pandemic is “over” prompted questions about why his administration hasn’t ended the federal public health emergency and how the government or employers can continue to mandate Emergency Use Authorized vaccines.

26 September 2022