Health Canada’s New Regulations: A Threat to Natural Health Products?

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Doug Collins The Canadian Federal Government’s Budget Bill C-47, enacted on June 22, 2023, has embedded within it sections 500-504, which now give Health Canada extraordinary authority over the natural health products sector. Vanessa’s Law, originally intended to shield Canadians from hazardous pharmaceutical drugs, has been extended to encompass natural health products, resulting in substantial […]

Is Health Contagious? – Based on Empirical Evidence from China Family Panel Studies’ Data

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Feng Hu et al. This study empirically analysed the contagion of health using data from China Family Panel Studies. We first controlled variables related to health behaviour, medical conditions, individual characteristics, household characteristics, group characteristics, and prefecture/county characteristics and then employed multiple methods for estimation. The estimates showed that the average health level of others […]

Damaged People, Rotten Standards: Anatomy of Decline

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Tessa Lena If we look around, we’ll see many working-age people struggling with basic tasks, and a great decline in standards. The MSM is suggesting that one in every ten people who’s had “Omicron” ends up with “long COVID,” which nowadays seems to be the establishment term to describe all chronic illness, as well as […]

Querying the Existence of a Covid ‘Pandemic’

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HART group Covid-19 has been described as a global pandemic but does this title give it a severity and indeed fear factor way beyond its actual impact? The word pandemic used to have a very specific meaning. It was used to describe a scenario where there was extensive incapacitation of key workers and large numbers […]

There Was No Pandemic

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Denis G. Rancourt All-cause mortality by time (day, week, month, year, period), by jurisdiction (country, state, province, county), and by individual characteristics of the deceased (age, sex, race, living accomodations) is the most reliable data for detecting and epidemiologically characterizing events causing death, and for gauging the population-level impact of any surge or collapse in […]

Measuring the Mandates: Questioning the State’s Response to COVID-19

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Richard Cox ( In 2020, the announcement of a pandemic saw the implications of this claim manifest in the most pronounced and consequential manner since the Second World War. Politicians around the world insisted that they needed to restrict human freedom and mandate medical interventions—all in order to keep us safe. They had the power […]

Fall of the Experts

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Steve Templeton Because experts failed so miserably to live up to the public and media’s magical thinking the last three years, the word “expert” has lost a lot of its meaning, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Experts are terrible at predictions and don’t have much knowledge outside of their often narrow fields of […]