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  • GLP-1 receptor antagonists, including Ozempic, Saxenda and Wegovy, hyped for their weight loss properties, are coming under the regulatory lens as concerns are shared that people using it are experiencing suicidal thoughts and thoughts of self-harm. The review by the European Medicines Agency has been triggered by the Icelandic medicines agency. To date 150 reports of suicidal and self-harm thoughts are being analysed
  • New research has linked the use of hormone therapy (HRT) to alleviate menopausal symptoms with an increased risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The new Danish study, published in The BMJ, contradicts previous studies arguing that HRT is protective. Women using the synthetic form of progesterone, progestin, were found to have a 24% increased risk of developing all-cause dementia and Alzheimer’s. The lead author of the study stated their findings align with findings from the Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study (WHIMS). A recent study found that women using body-identical hormones have a reduced risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

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  • Reports of locally acquired malaria cases have been made in the US states of Florida and Texas. The reports come after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved a previous release of GM mosquitoes to combat Zika infections in 2014 and a further 2.4 billion in 2022. Critics of the project have previously pointed out there’s no such thing as 100% effective, so there’s no guarantee the modified female mosquitoes won’t survive. There are also concerns about female mosquitoes coming into contact with tetracycline, a widely used antibiotic, which acts as an antidote
  • Italian politicians have approved field trials of gene edited crops under the new nom de plume, 'new breeding technologies' (NBT), which flies in the face of the existing protections in EU legislation
  • The real extent of Big Pharma’s ‘influence’ on the NHS has been exposed in a new investigation from the Guardian’s, Observer investigation. Tens of millions of pounds are being poured into the NHS as the pharma companies look for ways to boost drug sales, including paying the salaries of medical staff and funding the redesign of patient treatment. In one case a doctor has received nearly half a million pounds in payments to promote pharma drugs and treatments, which he defends by saying he has declared the payments on the register of interest.

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  • UK government scientists have fudged a new report on the health risks posed by ultra-processed foods (UPFs), declaring the science to be 'uncertain'. The majority of evidence reviewed by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) was from systematic reviews linking UPFs to a range of health conditions, but the committee questioned the quality of the evidence saying it was difficult to discern what constituted a UPF. The report contains little substance and further feeds the Big Food manufacturers' continued degradation of the 'foods' many people now rely on.

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  • A new report from the European Human Biomonitoring Initiative, sharing the result of Europe's largest-ever biomonitoring programme, shows widespread contamination of PFAS across the continent. Growing hotspots have been identified in Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Italy, and Denmark.

>>> Article: ANH-USA study finds 'forever chemicals' in kale

>>> Article: ANH PFAS campaign goes global

  • A new review of the scientific literature has found that both glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides damage ecosystems and are responsible for a 'drastic' decline in biodiversity.

News from ANH-USA

  • ANH-USA’s PFAS study report showing widespread contamination of kale with PFAS chemicals has gone global. The team call for help to keep the momentum of the campaign up as it calls for the entire class of PFAS chemicals to be banned. Read more
  • Access to compounded bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (cBHRT) in the US continues to be threatened. The team is calling on affected parties to petition their representatives to sign a letter demanding the US Food and Drug Administration enact policies to allow the continued use of cBHRT. Read more
  • The team reports on the recent injunction granted by a US judge preventing federal officials and agencies from communicating with social media companies with the a view to censoring content. Read more

Covid News

  • A new analysis dismisses a safety signal for increased risk of stroke, raised by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), following covid booster jabs, particularly when delivered in conjunction with flu jabs. The paper, authored by Nick Andrews PhD from the Immunisation Division of the UK Health Security Agency, used UK hospital admission data limited to 21 days following vaccination. The analysis did not include data from the US on which the CDC’s concerns were based
  • Trust and Freedom is a new European Citizens’ initiative formed to challenge the threat posed to freedom of choice by the World Health Organization’s (WHO) proposed Pandemic Treaty and the associated amendments to the International Health Regulations (IHR). The founders include friend of ANH, Austrian doctor, Maria Hubmer-Mogg and psychologist, Mattias Desmet along with five other other European citizens. Watch the speeches from the launch event at the European Parliament
  • An authoritarian law that will allow Police to spy on anyone they choose through the remote activation of the cameras, microphones and GPS of phones and other devices, such as computers, cars and other connected devices, has been given to go ahead by French regulators. The move has been dubbed a ‘snoopers’ charter by its opponents
  • The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) has reversed its position on a Freedom of Information request made by Children’s Health Defense, which requests correspondence between NIH researchers and covid vaccine injured people. In a surprise move the NIH has now agreed to supply the requested documents. The Defender has the full story
  • An allegation has been made that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been concealing deaths from covid injections by not assigning the ICD 10 code for vaccine adverse reactions to the causes of death on death certificates in Minnesota. The revelations come following the release of death certificates from an anonymous whistleblower. Brownstone Institute has the full details
  • Following the issuing of an injunction against the Biden administration, preventing it from interacting with social media companies, the Department of Justice is reported to have stopped its weekly meetings with Facebook after a request to lift the ban was refused by the Court
  • Two US citizens are suing the Massachusetts Department of Public Health for allowing Google to covertly install covid tracking software onto their phones, without their consent, in a clear breach of privacy and violation of civil liberties. Reclaim the Net has the full details
  • Immunocompromised patients have little to no detectable response to covid booster jabs, following the initial 2 doses according to new preliminary data from the OCTAVE trial. This poses a problem because immunocompromised patients are at higher risk of struggling to clear covid infection giving the virus an opportunity to mutate further.


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