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Feature Articles
Rural Lives Matter:
Medicaid Expansion May Be Controversial But It Will Save Rural Lives

... affordable health insurance and healthcare infrastructure
in rural communities

by Rhonda Perry
Columbia, Missouri
Published in In Motion Magazine December 21, 2014
Measure D
Berkeley vs Big Soda
Wins Historic Victory

by Bruce Akizuki
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine November 16, 2014
My Name Is Raul Carranza.
And I Am The 99%.

by Raul Carranza
San Diego, California
Health Care Costs Take a Toll on Missouri’s Farms and Ranches
MRCC Releases New Report, “Healthcare in the Heartland”
by Tim Gibbons
Columbia, Missouri
Nuclear Power Unnecessary, Costly, and Dangerous
While small family farms can cool the planet and feed the world
by John Kinsman
Near Lime Ridge, Wisconsin
Published in In Motion Magazine August 5, 2011
Pay Attention to the Hazards of Uranium Extraction
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts
Nuclear Power's Dirty Secrets
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts
Leetso: the Powerful Yellow Monster
A Navajo Cultural Interpretation of Uranium Mining
by Esther Yazzie and Jim Zion
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Science with the People
Community Research in Environmental Health Studies in Science, Advocacy and Ethics
by Doug Brugge and H. Patricia Hynes
Boston, Massachusetts
Mental Health Services Issues
for Hispanics/Latinos in Rural America
by Jose J. Soto, JD
Lincoln, Nebraska
The Impact of Loss of
Academic Enrichment Programs
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts
Social Security:
The closer we look at privatization the riskier it seems
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire
Doctor, About That Medicine I Saw Advertised…
by Barbara Mintzes
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
First Evidence of 3rd Generation Effects from DES
"Landmark study confirms the need for better screening and testing of the 86,000 synthetic chemicals in use today"
by Nora Cody
Oakland, California
The Canadian Cure
U.S. and Canadian Healthcare Systems Compared
by Daniel Kraker
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Navajo Uranium Miners Fight for Compensation
by Timothy Benally Sr.,
Shiprock, Navajo Nation,
New Mexico

Published in In Motion Magazine September 20, 1999
EMS Is Becoming Ghetto Medicine
We need an expanded community healthcare system
Lester Greene,
New York City
Update on Kanaka Maoli (Indigenous Hawaiian) Health
" ... regain control over their lands and other natural resources, their lives, their future and thus, their health in their homeland."
by Kekuni Blaisdell, M.D.,
Honolulu, Hawai'i
Full List of Articles

Navajo Uranium Miners Fight for Compensation
by Timothy Benally Sr.,
Shiprock, Navajo Nation,
New Mexico

Published in In Motion Magazine September 20, 1999

Update on Kanaka Maoli (Indigenous Hawaiian) Health
" ... regain control over their lands and other natural resources, their lives, their future and thus, their health in their homeland."
by Kekuni Blaisdell, M.D.,
Honolulu, Hawai'i
Published in In Motion Magazine November 16, 1997

Historical and Philosophical Aspects of Lapa'an -
Traditional Kanaka Maoli Healing Practices
Hawaiian independence leader details history of Hawaiian medicine
and its relationship to the political / cultural history of the Hawaiian people
by Kekuni Blaisdell, M.D.,
Honolulu, Hawai'i
Published in In Motion Magazine April 28, 1996

Nuclear Power's Dirty Secrets
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine July 21, 2008
Pay Attention to the Hazards of Uranium Extraction
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine September 18, 2007
Science with the People
Community Research in Environmental Health Studies
in Science, Advocacy and Ethics
by Doug Brugge and H. Patricia Hynes
Boston, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine June 26, 2006
The Impact of Loss of Academic Enrichment Programs
by Doug Brugge
Boston, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine June 4, 2006
DES-Exposed Consumers Outraged to Find Illegal DES in American Beef
by Nora Cody
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine February 28, 2000

National Environmental Trust Welcomes Mattel’s
Commitment to Replace Phthalate-Containing Material in Toys
by Nora Cody
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine November 19, 1999

New Zeneca Ad Campaign Misleading to Women
Women concerned about breast cancer are being bombarded
with a massive advertising campaign for the drug tamoxifen
by Nora Cody
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine May 5, 1999

First Evidence of 3rd Generation Effects from DES
"Landmark study confirms the need for better screening
and testing of the 86,000 synthetic chemicals in use today"
by Nora Cody
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine October 18, 1998

"My Year of Meats" by Ruth L. Ozeki
A book review
by Nora Cody
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine May 24, 1998

Household Pesticides and Risk of Pediatric Brain Tumor
by Nora Cody,
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine February 25, 1998

DES Given To Young "Too Tall" Girls In Appalling Medical Experiment
by Nora Cody,
Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 22, 1999
Environmental Estrogen - Global Problem
A model for study of exposure to pollutants around the world
by Pat Cody
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 1, 1998
Ohio Decision Against DES Daughters
An update on the ongoing efforts for compensation from drug companies who produced DES
by Pat Cody
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 1, 1998
"The Breast Cancer Prevention Program" / Samuel S. Epstein, M.D.
Book Review
by Pat Cody
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 1, 1998
Our Stolen Future
Book Review
Are We Threatening Our Fertility, Intelligence, and Survival?
-- A Scientific Detective Story
Pat Cody, Berkeley,
California
Published in In Motion Magazine - November 16, 1997
Interview with Mel Coleman, Sr.
"A Cowboy in the Meat Business"
Colorado ranch produces meat free of growth-promoting hormones, anti-biotics
Denver and Saguache, Colorado
Published in In Motion Magazine - November 16, 1997
Moving Forward: The Challenge for People with Disabilities
Joanne Cosenza,
San Francisco, California
Published in In Motion Magazine October 21, 1995
Genetic engineering and Maori health
Different ways of managing and understanding knowledge
Interview with Fiona Cram and Glenis Philip-Barbara
Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Published in In Motion Magazine May 31, 2001
Food Safety Crisis in the U.S.A.
Organics Under Fire: The U.S. Debate Continues
Ronnie Cummins
Little Marais, Minnesota
Published in In Motion Magazine February 7, 1999
Nuking America's Dirty Food:
Another Assault on Public Health & Consumer Choice
An Opinion on Food Irradiation
Ronnie Cummins
Little Marais, Minnesota
Published in In Motion Magazine April 28, 1998
Monsanto and Fox TV Unite to Suppress Journalists' Free Speech
on Hazards of Genetically Engineered Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH or rBST)
Ronnie Cummins
Little Marais, Minnesota
Published in In Motion Magazine April 28, 1998
More Biotech Blunders: Mutant Cotton, Supercharged Cigarettes, and Cows
Ronnie Cummins,
Little Marais, Minnesota
Published in In Motion Magazine January 31, 1998
Monsanto and Friends' Biotech Blunders and Disasters Continue
Ronnie Cummins,
Little Marais, Minnesota
Published in In Motion Magazine December 17, 1997
U.S. Organic Sales Boom as Consumer Alarm Over Food Safety Increases
Ronnie Cummins,
Little Marais. Minnesota

Published in In Motion Magazine October 18, 1998
New Drug (Evista) Poses Risk of Ovarian Cancer
by Samuel S. Epstein M.D. & Pat Cody
Chicago, Illinois / Oakland, California
Published in In Motion Magazine October 18, 1998
Health Care Costs Take a Toll on Missouri’s Farms and Ranches
MRCC Releases New Report, “Healthcare in the Heartland”
by Tim Gibbons
Columbia, Missouri
Published in In Motion Magazine September 30, 2008
Social Security: The closer we look at privatization the riskier it seems
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire
Published in In Motion Magazine May 3, 2002
Social Security Ain't Broke
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire
Published in In Motion Magazine August 26, 2001
Privatizing Social Security: Voodoo 2
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire
Published in In Motion Magazine May 30, 2000
Taking a position on the Breaux -Thomas Medicare proposal
Without Medicare, the poverty rate among older adults would increase significantly
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire
Published in In Motion Magazine April 10, 1999
Social Security and the Budget Surplus
The president's proposal would keep the surplus where it belongs, within Social Security, and prevent it from being frittered away on tax cuts tilted to the wealthy
by Steve Gorin
Canterbury, New Hampshire
Published in In Motion Magazine March 24, 1999
The White House Conference on Social Security
Different proposals to insure Social Security’s viability into the 21st century
by Steve Gorin
Washington, D.C.
Published in In Motion Magazine December 21, 1998
EMS Is Becoming Ghetto Medicine
We need an expanded community healthcare system
Lester Greene,
New York City
Published in In Motion Magazine November 16, 1997
An Interview with Sister Bernie Kenny
The Health Wagon in the Appalachian Mountains
Appalachians take care of their own
Dickinson County, Virginia
Published in In Motion Magazine November 16, 1997
The Canadian Cure
U.S. and Canadian healthcare systems compared
by Daniel Kraker
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Published in In Motion Magazine June 4, 2001
"Memories Come To Us In the Rain and the Wind"
Oral Histories and Photographs of Navajo Uranium Miners & Their Families (Extracts)
Navajo Nation
Arizona and New Mexico
Published in In Motion Magazine - November 16, 1997
Doctor, About That Medicine I Saw Advertised…
by Barbara Mintzes
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Published in In Motion Magazine July 26, 2001
Mental Health Services Issues for Hispanics/Latinos in Rural America
by Jose J. Soto, JD
Lincoln, Nebraska

Published in In Motion Magazine May 30, 2000
Cuba's Latin American School of Medical Sciences
Reaching Out To Us Even When No One Here At Home Will
by Zekita Tucker
St. Louis, Missouri
Published in In Motion Magazine October 1, 2006
Cuba's Cure
Why is Cuba exporting its health care miracle to the world's poor?
by Sarah van Gelder
Havana, Cuba
Published in In Motion Magazine July 30, 2007
Leetso: the Powerful Yellow Monster
A Navajo Cultural Interpretation of Uranium Mining
by Esther Yazzie and Jim Zion
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Published in In Motion Magazine November 13, 2006


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