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Taxpayer-funded study asked if people could smell ‘asparagus pee’

Elizabeth Harrington, A taxpayer-funded study set to find out if people can smell their own “asparagus pee.” Researchers at Harvard on two active studies that received over $3 million last year surveyed nearly 7,000 people to determine if their urine smelled funny after eating the vegetable. The results were published in the BMJ scientific journal, which uses

Doctors Kill 23 Times More People Than Guns Kill

Ammoland Behold this leading-bleeding scream piece from BMJ, formerly the British Medical Journal and formerly a respected source of scientific information for your doctor. The journal has a history of free-wheeling condemnation of American gun owners, going so far as to advocate attacking their very culture.  Throwing fuel on their own fire, BMJ editors evidently

Study of 1.8 Million: Breast Screening Increases ËśLethal’ Breast Cancer Incidence

Green Med Info – by Sayer Ji  A powerful new study on the failure of mammograms to protect women against breast cancer, curiously absent from mainstream news health reporting, was published this month in The European Journal of Public Health, and is forcing the scientific and medical community, policy makers and the public at large to ask