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These aerial shots of factory farming look like bloody zombie wounds

America’s heartland! Place of milk and honey! Where cows frolic happily in fields full of corn, butterflies, and maple syrup (just go with it). Or …

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CONFINED, CHAINED & ABUSED: <b>CANADIAN VEAL INDUSTRY EXPOSED</b><p>Crated <b>CRUELTY</b><p>A new undercover investigation by Mercy For Animals Canada at a Quebec veal …

Shocking Animal Abuse Caught on Tape at Walmart Pork Supplier

Throughout September and October, an undercover activist recorded footage at a former Tyson Foods farm in Oklahoma that is certain to turn your …

Scientists Develop a Way to Detect Cancer on Patients' Breath

Cancer is a devastating killer that takes one out of every eight lives on the planet. While cancer treatments have improved over the years, one key …

Cancer

Convicted Drug Dealer Indicted for Selling Rhino Horns

Undercover investigation nets alleged wildlife trafficker with ties to former Medellín drug cartel.<p>"This is Lu," the email began. "I got the giraffe from you."<p><b>That email, say U.S. Justice Department officials, written to a confidential informant regarding a taxidermied giraffe, would initiate an</b> …

What Happens When Oil Spills in the Arctic?

A National Research Council report says we're far from ready.<p><b>As sea ice melts and the oil industry prepares to exploit the Arctic's vast resources, the United States faces big gaps in its preparedness for an oil spill in the region, according to a report released Wednesday by the National Research</b> …

Ten Stray Dogs From Sochi Arrive in U.S. for Adoption

The dogs will stay at a D.C. animal shelter until they get new homes.<p>Ten dogs rescued from the streets of Sochi, Russia, arrived at the Washington (D.C.) Animal Rescue League Thursday evening on their way to new homes in the U.S.<p>The stray animals' transfer was arranged by Russian billionaire Oleg …

Too Many Salmon in the Sea, Pacific Study Hints

Burgeoning numbers of pink salmon may threaten the food supply of young seabirds.<p>Too many fish in the sea? Surging pink salmon stocks in the Pacific Ocean pose a risk to other wildlife, suggests a seabird study released on Monday that points to climate change as a culprit. (Related video: "Alaskan …

7 Species Hit Hard by Climate Change—Including One That's Already Extinct

Coral, polar bears, and frogs are among the species hit hardest.<p>Climate change is doing "widespread and consequential" harm to animals and plants, which are struggling to adapt to new conditions, according to a major report released Monday.<p>The report, from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on …

Tuberculosis Roars Back With A Deadly Edge

Two weeks ago, 12-year-old Nokubheka's mother died from drug-resistant tuberculosis.<p>"I love singing and dancing to the song," Nokubheka says as she marches around in a hot pink skirt and sweatshirt. "When I'm dancing, I forget that my mother passed away."<p>Now the young girl from Swaziland has …

Radiation-free cancer scans may be on the horizon

It's been tested on only a handful of kids, but using MRI with a diagnostic dye to look for cancer may work just as well as using PET and CT scans.<p>Using whole-body scans to screen for cancer presents such a catch-22, especially in kids. While traditional radiation scanners like PET and CT are good …

Cancer

Skin Cancer Survivors Are More at Risk for Future Cancers

The most surprising part: The earlier you receive your diagnosis, the greater the danger, says study author Rodney Sinclair, M.B.B.S., M.D. “The likelihood of developing a life-threatening cancer among people aged under 25 years at the time of their first non-melanoma skin cancer is enormous,” he …

Watch These High-Tech Goggles Help Surgeons Spot Cancer

Dr. Samuel Achilefu, a professor of radiology and biomedical engineering at Washington University, things special goggles could help surgeons …

Cancer

Aggressive Prostate Cancer Linked To Mutations In 8 Genes

By Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer<p>Published: 02/21/2014 07:23 AM EST on LiveScience<p>Men who carry mutations in eight specific genes may have an increased risk of developing an aggressive type of prostate cancer that runs in families, a new study from the United Kingdom suggests.<p>Researchers analyzed …

Scientists search Palau's coral reefs for new anti-cancer drugs

You need chemicals to fight cancer, and chemists have spent decades working on molecules they hope will fight everything from breast cancer to prostate cancer. But all the chemists in the world are no match for Mother Nature.<p>David Newman, who heads the Natural Products branch at the National Cancer …

Eight-Year-Old Girl Becomes China's Youngest Lung Cancer Patient, Air Pollution Blamed

An eight-year-old girl in China’s Jiangsu province became the country’s youngest lung cancer patient and locals blame air pollution. Chinese cities …

Pollution

Could mushrooms be the cure for cancer?

Behold the mighty mushroom. Neither plant nor animal, the mysterious fungus is a class, or kingdom, of its own, and has fascinated cultures around the world for centuries. But while they do make a tasty omelette filling, does the real magic of mushrooms lie not in their flavour, but in their …

Alzheimer's toll may rank with cancer, heart disease

Alzheimer's disease ravages the brain, robbing its victims not only of their memories but often their ability to do things as basic as swallowing.<p>Now, a study of aging patients suggests its true toll may top half a million lives a year -- a figure that would put Alzheimer's just below heart disease …

Ovarian cancer risk increases with weight gain

Putting on weight can increase women's risk of ovarian cancer, according to a new assessment of the evidence.<p>Ovarian cancer has a poor prognosis because it has few symptoms and is usually caught at a late stage. More than 7,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year and there are about …

Report: Cancer will be No. 1 killer in U.S.

In 16 years, cancer will become the leading cause of death in the United States, surpassing heart disease, according to a new report from the American Society of Clinical Oncology. The number of new cancer cases is expected to increase nearly 45% by 2030, from 1.6 million cases to 2.3 million cases …

Mom Stuns Doctors, Beats Deadliest Brain Cancer

Heather Knies was given a death sentence at the age of 24. She battled not one, but two brain tumors -- one of them a grade 4 glioblastoma, the same …

Cancer Immunotherapy Named Science 'Breakthrough of the Year'

By Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer<p>Published: 12/19/2013 02:12 PM EST on LiveScience<p>A type of cancer treatment that directs the body's own immune system to fight cancer cells has been named as the "breakthrough of the year" by one of the world's top science journals.<p>The journal Science said today …

New drug in development to reverse spread of breast cancer

A new drug is being developed that could potentially stop the spread of breast cancer in its tracks.<p>Researchers at Cardiff University in Cardiff, Wales, are working on a novel compound that targets a well-studied protein called Bcl3, which has been shown to play a crucial role in breast cancer’s …

Are 'Design-A-Baby' Centers Next? | Genetic Modification

<b>By Dr. Mercola</b><p>In 2001, a study1 announcing the successful birth of the world’s first genetically engineered babies—30 in total—was published. This …