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When Buying Used Isn’t Worth the Savings

I love a good deal but there are certain things that just aren’t worth the savings when considering the option of buying used goods. Here are a few products that you should always buy new.

Interview with Joel Salatin

We’ve asked Joel Salatin a few questions about our nation’s food supply – especially in regard to food safety – and would like to share his responses with you.

OxyContin and the Opium Epidemic of the 21st Century

With the dramatic increase in opium being imported into our country to make oxycodone (OxyContin), hydrocodone (Vicodin), and all the legal opium derivatives, the statistics available from a number of government agencies can help surmise the number of addicts that have been created since the introduction of OxyContin in 1996.

What Business Does Melamine Have in US Baby Formula Products?

Regardless of what the FDA or any other organization deems as safe we’d like to know What Reason is There to Put Melamine in Baby Formula in the First Place? The ONLY reason to put it in food is to fool testers into thinking a food product has more protein than it really has. This begs the question: Why would we even a have 1 part per million ratio of melamine to other ingredients in ANY food product sold in the United States – let alone the formula we feed to our babies!

Great News for iPhone and iPod Touch Users

Thanks to the WPtouch plugin, we were able to format the blog to automatically detect when you are using one of these devices to access the website, which allows us to show those users a unique designed that is specially formatted for their mobile devices.

The Modern Marketing of Pain

This is a guest editorial post written by our newest contributor, Larry Golbom R.Ph MBA of the Prescription Addiction Radio show. We encourage comments from all viewpoints in this discussion on the effects of marketing and distribution of pharmaceutical pain killers.