Pinterest • ein Katalog unendlich vieler Bilder

Die Pharmaindustrie bringt mehr Menschen um als die Mafia, sagt Peter C. Gøtzsche. Der dänische Experte beobachtet die Branche seit Jahren.

von the Guardian

Silicon Valley appears open to helping US spy agencies after terrorism summit

Obama administration acknowledges ‘complicated first amendment issues’ after top counter-terrorism officials traveled to California to woo technology executives from companies including Apple, Facebook and Twitter

1

Researchers at Duke University and Environmental Working Group have found evidence of a suspected endocrine-disrupting chemical widely used in popular nail polishes in the bodies of more than two-dozen women who participated in a biomonitoring study. The study, published today in Environmental International, found that all women had a metabolite of triphenyl phosphate, or TPHP, in their bodies just 10 to 14 hours after painting their nails.

1
1
von Mail Online

Charlotte is keeping William up at night

Charlotte is keeping William up at night #dailymail

von the Guardian

Oculus VR: ‘Classrooms are broken. Kids don’t learn the best by reading books’

SciFi to SciFact: Unhappily I believe in literacy for all as an illiterate population allows total control of information and interpretation by any governing body - Palmer Luckey thinks virtual reality can bring ‘real-world experience’ to more children – and become ‘more ubiquitous than the smartphone’

Researchers at Duke University and Environmental Working Group have found evidence of a suspected endocrine-disrupting chemical widely used in popular nail polishes in the bodies of more than two-dozen women who participated in a biomonitoring study. The study, published today in Environmental International, found that all women had a metabolite of triphenyl phosphate, or TPHP, in their bodies just 10 to 14 hours after painting their nails.

1
von Mail Online

Charlotte is keeping William up at night

Busy: The Duke has had a busy week, with this visit to the England's Women's Football Team,coming hot on the heels of a trip to Switzerland.

Researchers at Duke University and Environmental Working Group have found evidence of a suspected endocrine-disrupting chemical widely used in popular nail polishes in the bodies of more than two-dozen women who participated in a biomonitoring study. The study, published today in Environmental International, found that all women had a metabolite of triphenyl phosphate, or TPHP, in their bodies just 10 to 14 hours after painting their nails.

"Everybody Loves Raymond" star dies from apparent suicide.

11
3
von BBC News

Refugee Mario: The video game of the migrant crisis

picture of policeman hugging boy