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The FDA gets in women's panties: Reusuable menstrual pads to be subject to $4,000 a year in extortion fees

By Natural News Editors: (NaturalNews) (Story by Daisy Luther, republished from TheOrganicPrepper.ca, with additional editing by Natural News.) Well, our good friends at the FDA are looking out for us again. Thank goodness we have them to fine us, charge us fees, regulate perfectly natural things, and keep us safe. Heck, who knew that women couldn't even safely menstruate without them?

FDA admits overused agricultural antibiotic poses a 'high public health risk'

By Doherty:(NaturalNews) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has labeled ceftiofur, a potent antibiotic used in agriculture, a "high public health risk," according to a Reuters report. The warning was issued due to the frequency of misuse by cattle and dairy farmers which has created a threat to human health.

Natural News applauds FDA for requiring calorie labeling... so why not label GMOs, too?

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has said it will adopt new regulations requiring chain restaurants, movie houses and some other food retailers that sell prepared foods to add calorie labels to their menus and menu boards rules that will apply only to chains with 20 or more restaurants. But the government's food regulation agency still won't act to require food makers who use genetically modified ingredients and organisms to add that information to labels.

FDA backing new nutritional labeling but not labeling of GMOs


The Food and Drug Administration is set to update its ingredient labeling mandates for the first time since they were introduced, but a read-through of the agency's proposals reveals nothing about requiring labeling of GMO foods.

FDA considers approval of genetically modified babies


As mainstream society inches increasingly further away from the natural order of things, some scientists are busy hatching new methods of human reproduction that employ the same gene-altering techniques used by biotechnology companies like Monsanto. And according to new reports, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is fully on board with this brave new agenda, having recently met to discuss the future of what the mainstream media is now referring to as genetically modified (GM) human beings.

More than a third of Americans now realize FDA suppresses natural cures to benefit Big Pharma


Almost 50 percent of Americans believe in at least one medical conspiracy theory, says a new survey, but given the known deception of the medical establishment, government and Big Pharma, it is surprising that that percentage isn't higher.

Obama administration set to roll out massive new food regulations


What "Nanny" Mayor Michael Bloomberg tried to do to New York City, the Obama administration is now trying to do to the entire nation: manage our food and eating habits. And while some may find a few of the mandates useful and wise, just remember that the very same government that is selling these measures as prudent has previously implemented scores of other regulations which deny scores of Americans true food freedom.

Chemotherapy myth shattered: toxic drugs cause more cancer than they prevent


New research funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) has shattered the prevailing myth that chemotherapy drugs actually fight cancer. To the contrary, researchers from Harvard University and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, (UMA) found that these clinical poisons, though sometimes initially effective at stemming the growth and spread of existing tumor cells, eventually induce major stem cell damage that causes even more cancer.

Yale study spotlights FDA's ineffectiveness in ensuring drug safety


The FDA's standards for approving new drugs are inconsistent and lacking in important areas, according to an analysis conducted by researchers from Yale University and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

FDA deliberately allows animal drugs to stay legal even when they threaten humans with superbugs


The FDA allowed 18 separate animal antibiotics to remain on the market even after concluding that they posed a "high risk" of leading to antibiotic resistance in bacteria that cause disease in humans, according to a new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).