Jordan Davidson, EcoWatch
Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson recalled 33,000 bottles of baby powder on Friday after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found trace amounts of asbestos in one of its bottles. While the recall pertains to a single lot of baby powder, it is unwelcome news for the company, which faces thousands of lawsuits claiming that its talc-based baby powder caused cancer, as CBS News reported. →
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By Matt Agorist – June 29, 2019
While smaller cities have effectively blocked 5G technology, San Francisco has thrown its hat into the ring citing health concerns from radiation.
As 5G technology begins to roll out across the country, it is being met by a massive wave of resistance over concerns that it can cause health problems. As we reported last year—reacting to an overwhelming outpouring of concern—the city of Mill Valley, Cali. took an extreme step and blocked the technology from being implemented. Now that sentiment has spread to San Francisco and other major cities.
Read more via Major City Blocking 5G Cell Towers Over Concerns They Can Cause Cancer — The Free Thought Project