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CDC denounces ‘unethical and illegal’ mandatory coronavirus testing in schools

The CDC is condemning mandatory coronavirus testing in K-12 schools, updating guidance after New York City began random testing this week on thousands of students and educators. In revamped advice published this week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention endorses voluntary “surveillance” testing in schools but decries any mandates.

 

Another COVID vaccine using aborted baby cell line pauses trials after participant’s ‘unexplained illness’

Clinical trials for one of the leading potential coronavirus vaccines, which uses cell lines from an aborted baby, have been temporarily paused due to a serious medical complication in one of its participants. Johnson & Johnson (J&J) released a statement on behalf of their pharmaceutical division Janssen Monday announcing they “have temporarily paused further dosing in all our COVID-19 vaccine candidate clinical trials” due to the development of an “unexplained illness” in one individual.

 

Majority Are Already Immune Against SARS-CoV-2

Several studies suggest immunity against SARS-CoV-2 infection is far more widespread than anyone imagined, and that the threshold for herd immunity is far lower than previously estimated

 

Canada's last intact ice shelf broke off. It took our research station with it

Researchers studying the area in the Arctic for years describe the day of the calving event – and where they go from here

 

World Energy Outlook: Solar Power Will Be ‘the New King’ by 2030

Renewables, led by solar power, will become the dominant source of the world’s electricity by 2030, according to a just-released analysis by the International Energy Agency.

 

The Pharma Façade: More Hidden Money Going to Nonprofits

These corporate-funded organizations are increasingly involved in policy decisions and research, highlighting the potential for serious conflicts of interest

 

Airborne radioactivity increases downwind of fracking, study finds

The radioactivity of airborne particles increases significantly downwind of fracking sites in the US, a study has found.

 

Temperatures of deepest ocean rising quicker than previously thought

Warming ocean contributes to sea level rise and to more extreme weather such as hurricanes

 

Insecticide Linked to Testicular Cancer, With Latinos Disproportionately Affected

Exposure to certain endocrine disrupting pesticides increases the risk men, and Hispanic men in particular, will contract testicular cancer, according to research presented at the American Association for Cancer Research Conference on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved. The data show that living near the use of the insecticide acephate presents the greatest cancer risk.

 

Ban on junk food ads before the 9pm watershed could stop 160,000 children becoming overweight or obese, study claims

The UK government's ban on junk food ads before the 9pm watershed will stop 160,000 children becoming overweight or obese, according to experts. Children would avoid eating about nine calories a day on average, which would reduce childhood obesity figures by nearly 5 per cent, they claim.

 
 
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