All posts created by Julie Wilson
08/25/2016 / By Julie Wilson

It wasn’t long ago scientists believed that most mental illnesses, including autism, major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and attention deficit

//www.newstarget.com/2016-08-25-psychologists-argue-mental-illness-is-less-about-genetics-and-more-about-life-experiences.html

08/04/2016 / By Julie Wilson

The conversation about minimum wage legislation continues to be one of America’s most hotly debated topics. Some argue that instead

//www.newstarget.com/2016-08-04-abolishing-minimum-wage-would-benefit-low-skilled-workers-and-increase-workforce-equality-says-economics-professor.html

06/03/2016 / By Julie Wilson

Have you ever visited the Big Apple and experienced the city’s cold shoulder? Well, it turns out that New Yorkers

//www.newstarget.com/2016-06-03-large-portion-of-new-yorkers-depressed-and-contemplating-suicide-reports-finds.html

05/31/2016 / By Julie Wilson

The Panama Papers have linked George Soros, a Hungarian-born billionaire notorious for funding leftist ideologies, to a weapons manufacturer specializing

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-31-george-soros-exposed-as-having-deep-financial-ties-to-secret-weapons-company-panama-papers-revelations.html

05/24/2016 / By Julie Wilson

Though transgender individuals constitute just 0.3 percent of the U.S. population, one of the worlds’s leading vodka brands felt compelled

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-24-absolut-vodka-pushes-transgenderism-in-new-commercial-encourages-men-to-embrace-transgendered-women-and-spend-the-night-with-them.html

05/20/2016 / By Julie Wilson

Associated with psychotic breakdowns, hallucinations, suicidal tendencies and self mutilation, solitary confinement can permanently damage the brain of an adult

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-20-nebraskas-cruel-and-unusual-justice-system-locks-juveniles-in-solitary-confinement-for-months-at-a-time-for-any-made-up-reason.html

05/17/2016 / By Julie Wilson

Many attribute environmental degradation and pollution to free market enterprise, an economic system in which corporations routinely operate aberrant of

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-17-the-link-between-socialism-and-environmental-pollution-is-disturbing.html

05/17/2016 / By Julie Wilson

Environmental groups are calling for a national reduction in agricultural chemical use as pesticides are increasingly being tied to childhood

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-17-the-beginning-of-the-end-nazi-born-bayer-looking-in-to-buying-most-evil-company-on-earth-monsanto.html

05/11/2016 / By Julie Wilson

The information Americans receive about important news and events is largely controlled by a small handful of corporate and government

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-11-six-independent-news-sources-that-totally-sold-out-for-corporate-money.html

05/11/2016 / By Julie Wilson

A new study published in the journal Cell Adhesion & Migration gives a whole new meaning to motherhood as scientists

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-11-babies-in-the-womb.html

05/10/2016 / By Julie Wilson

Environmental activists and supporters of the oil and gas industry are gearing up for a fight in Colorado as voters

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-10-colorado-voters-will-decide-who-regulates-fracking-in-november.html

05/10/2016 / By Julie Wilson

Residents of Flint, Michigan suffered for years before anyone cared to notice. The suffering will never end for some victims

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-10-why-the-government-let-the-city-of-flint-be-poisoned-there-was-simply-no-political-advantage.html

05/06/2016 / By Julie Wilson

Arsenic-containing well water may be to blame for increased rates of bladder cancer in New England, according to a new

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-06-new-englands-spike-in-bladder-cancer-tied-to-arsenic-based-pesticides.html

05/06/2016 / By Julie Wilson

(Be prepared and get your emergency Iodine from the Natural News Store by clicking here while supplies last) Nuclear accidents

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-06-belgium-and-the-netherlands-are-stocking-up-on-iodine-to-combat-nuclear-radiation-from-power-plants-should-u-s-residents-be-stocking-up-too.html

05/04/2016 / By Julie Wilson

A growing body of research suggests that smoking marijuana may actually provide a beneficial effect on the respiratory system, in

//www.newstarget.com/2016-05-04-twenty-year-long-study-proves-marijuana-smokers-have-better-lung-health-and-significant-asthma-relief.html

×
Follow us on Facebook