What Would Life Be Like Under Martial Law?

By Giordano Bruno The U.S. Federal Government under both the Bush and Obama administration has made it perfectly clear that in the event of almost any major disaster scenario, including economic and environmental, they see the institution of Martial Law as not only viable, but inexorable.

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Cheap drugs and the millionaire whistleblower

Dinesh Thakur is a naturalized US citizen of Indian origin who in 2002 took up a post with the dynamic pharma company Ranbaxy. The transnational is famous for making a range of popular generic – or out of patent – drugs that are sold around the world. Relocated to the firm’s facility outside Delhi, Thakur was tasked to scrutinize the data that Ranbaxy submitted for approvals to the US and other foreign markets

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Happy Thingyan Water Festival for Rohingyas? Like hell
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Internally displaced Rohingya protest at their IDP camp in Rakhine.

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‘Major Breakthrough’ In Hepatitis C Treatment Is Way Too Expensive For Anyone To Afford

Advocates from AIDS Healthcare Foundation protest Gilead’s drug pricing CREDIT: John Storey/AP Images for AIDS Healthcare Foundation Solvadi, a new drug that can help combat hepatitis C, is being hailed as a “ turning point ” in the treatment of the liver disease. A new study into the drug treatment found that it cured hepatitis C in more than 90 percent of participants who were previously suffering from an advanced form of the virus. “It is fantastic.

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Newly Released Data Reveals Small Number of Greedy Doctors Rake in Millions from Medicare

Medicine’s 2% are paid a quarter of the federal program’s dollars.

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Democrats prepare to hammer Paul Ryan’s ‘Dracula in sheep’s clothing’ budget plan

By David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democrats in the U.S. Congress can hardly contain their glee over the latest Republican budget plan, even though they loathe the details of the blueprint that would cut programs for the poor and funding of medical research

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Egypt on Strike: Egyptian Workers Movement Mobilized

Since January significant waves of labor strikes have been sweeping across Egypt. To date: doctors, dentists, pharmacists, postal workers, textile workers, iron and steel workers, civil servants, public transportation workers, toktok drivers, and now journalists have all gone on strike. Photo: Al Bawabh News Starting January 1st thousands of doctors began the new year by launching a partial one-day strike nationwide in public hospitals and the Health Ministry’s medical facilities to demand increased salaries for doctors and improved conditions for patients

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Doctoral Murder: One hundred thousand Internet users accuse trial results

Follow us on TWITTER: Like us on FACEBOOK: In recent years, acute contradictions and violence between doctors and patients in China, occurs on a frequent basis. Especially the “Wenling doctoral murder case” of last Oct.

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Old Main Healthcare Protest

Old Main Healthcare Protest Penn State’s grad students protested the school’s administration because their premiums increase is more than they can handle. From: Derek Herman Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 01:22 More in People & Blogs

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Hilarious ‘SNL’ Sketch Uses Neil deGrasse Tyson to Expose Fox News’ Anti-Science Bias
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One of Saturday Night Live ‘s favorite targets is the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends . It’s easy to see why.

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