You mean the same pharma fucks who produce all of those vitamins? It's in their best interest for you to continue buying and taking massive amounts of anti-oxidants. Those are the same anti-oxidants that neutralize the process of the immune system oxidizing dangerous cells, such as cancer.
Who do you think produces all those vitamins? The pharmaceutical industry reaps enormous profits from the production and sale of vitamins.
Overdosing on vitamin C actually increases your chance of developing cancer or heart disease.
Three new papers added to the hundreds of studies done previously.
You're a moron. There are decades of case studies showing overuse of vitamins corresponds to the increased occurrence of numerous chronic diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. There are no advertising dollars behind them though, so all people see are advertisements made by vitamin sellers. Vitamins are an enormous profit center for the pharmaceutical industry.
There are actually decades of studies showing that anti-oxidant vitamins lead directly to increases in many chronic diseases. Oxidation is one of the means used by the immune system to kill problem cells, such as those which are cancerous.
People on chemotherapy are told specifically to avoid anti-oxidant vitamins, because chemotherapy often uses oxidant drugs to kill cancer cells.
They're conflating "cheaper" with "requires not being lazy."
If I spent $4 for every meal, I'd be going over my monthly food budget by more than 3x.
Eating healthy is cheap. It just requires a bit of time and effort to actually prepare.
It wouldn't make the Police Department any money. Paperwork without reward is anathema to most cops.
As a part of the Federal government it is.
They are immune from the law in most cases, except where they waive sovereign immunity.
They may as well be suing the NSA, considering what would come out in discovery if this lawsuit is allowed to proceed. Or rather, what won't come out, in the interest of "national security."
And when you bought that land, somewhere in the contract was a requirement that you continue to extend the easement to AT&T. It's like an HOA, or any other property covenant. Once your land goes in, it's nearly impossible to get it back out.
No, the poles run through easements that AT&T negotiated with the various landowners in their way. The poles themselves are wholly owned by AT&T. Exactly what the terms of those easements are is going to have significant impact on whether AT&T can be forced to open up their poles for Google's fiber lines.
Except that, with the legalization of other drugs, meth would likely decline among manufacturers. People use it in many cases because it's dirt cheap. If there was a ready supply of legal cocaine, people could get an upper high without the nasty side effects to both users and the property of manufacturers.
If nothing else, it would allow for treatment centers, doctors, etc. to campaign for the use of other drugs over the use of meth.