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Nazi Germany’s (and America’s) Drug War
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Handicapped Woman Fights Back After Rude Note Left on Car
Post Date: 2015-03-19 14:13:25 by Willie Green
MIAMISBURG-- A disabled woman's struggle to regain independence is going viral locally, after a nasty note a neighbor left her. Twenty-six year old Ashley Brady lost her leg in an accident in 2014. After learning how to walk again with a prosthetic, climbing three flights of stairs to her apartment is the easy part of her day. "I struggled a lot across the snow and ice in the parking lot trying to learn how to balance and walk," Brady said, "I fell multiple times all of which my neighbors have seen." After moving in, she asked the management at her Miamisburg apartment complex to create a designated handicapped parking space outside her building, so she could avoid ...
10 US Charity Staff to be Brought Back from Sierra Leone Due to Ebola
Post Date: 2015-03-17 18:20:57 by lana
10 US Charity Staff to be Brought Back from Sierra Leone Due to Ebola10 US charity staff to be brought back from Sierra Leone due to Ebola The ghost of Ebola is still alive. At least ten support staff of a Boston-based nonprofit organisation are going to be evacuated from Sierra Leone. This is out of precaution after at least one fellow clinicians was reported to have infected with Ebola. The NGO that has been recognized as Partners in Health released a statement claiming that at least 10 clinicians associated with it are set to be transported on non-commercial. The NGO further said in the statement that all the ten of them will be quarantined in Ebola treatment facilities. Thus far ...
Tanzania albino murders: 'More than 200 witchdoctors' arrested
Post Date: 2015-03-13 15:29:51 by Willie Green
More than 200 witchdoctors and traditional healers have been arrested in Tanzania in a crackdown on the murder of albino people. The killings have been driven by the belief - advanced by some witchdoctors - that the body parts have properties that confer wealth and good luck. President Jakaya Kikwete has described the murder of albino people as an "evil" that has shamed Tanzania. Nearly 80 albino Tanzanians have been killed since 2000, the UN says. The latest victims include a one-year-old albino boy, killed in north-western Tanzania a few weeks ago. The government banned witchdoctors in January as part of its efforts to prevent further attacks and kidnappings targeting people ...
Surgeons announce world’s first successful penis transplant
Post Date: 2015-03-13 11:48:20 by Willie Green
In a nine-hour surgery, a South African medical team successfully transplanted the penis of a dead donor to a young man without one. Three months later, they say, the recipient, who lost his penis because of complications from a ritual circumcision, has a totally functional sexual organ. That makes him the first successful recipient of a donated penis. News24 Live's Jerusha Sukhdeo-Raath did some live tweeting from Friday's press briefing on the historic surgery: Yes, you read that right: To get the approval of the donor's family, doctors had to fashion a pseudo-penis for him out of abdominal skin. That way he could be buried with something resembling a ...
Merck's mumps vaccine clinical tests were totally fabricated, say scientists
Post Date: 2015-03-12 13:34:13 by Chuck_Wagon
(NaturalNews) The mainstream media have been tireless in their recent efforts to discredit and demonize those who dare question the safety or efficacy of vaccines, and particularly those who choose not to have their children vaccinated. What seems obvious now is that an honest dialogue on the subject seems nearly impossible in a climate of fear-mongering created by those who control the flow of information to the masses. The reports recently being circulated by the major media outlets are designed to lead people to believe that the entire anti-vaccine movement has grown out of response to a single (and allegedly spurious, according to the pro-vaccine camp) study linking mercury-containing ...
Daylight Savings Time May Cost You Extra—Both in Terms of Money and Health
Post Date: 2015-03-10 08:19:00 by Tooconservative
For Americans, its that time of the year againtime to move your clocks an hour ahead; losing a precious hour of sleep in the process. For many, the time change associated with daylight savings time1 (DST) also means spending several days or even weeks feeling generally off-kilter. As reported by Prevent Disease:2A study, published in 2007
combined surveys from 55,000 people in central Europe with data on 50 individuals sleeping and wakefulness patterns for eight weeks around the shifts to and from daylight saving time. The researchers found people never fully adjust their circadian rhythms to the hour shift associated with daylight saving time (or, as it is ...
Judge to jail West Boynton mom unless she signs consent for son's circumcision
Post Date: 2015-03-08 13:54:36 by hondo68
There was a hearing in Palm Beach County court Friday between parents fighting over their 4-year-old son's circumcision. The father wants the procedure done, but the mother does not. Judge calls circumcision safe, orders mom to bring child to court by Tuesday Boca Raton dad testifies boy's mother abducted child to avoid circumcision West Boynton mother of 4-year-old boy held in contempt of court in circumcision battle A West Boynton mom is now under court orders to let her 4-year-old son be circumcised, or she will be jailed.Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Dana Gillen on Friday said Heather Hironimus is in contempt of court for violating a 2012 parenting plan with the ...
Soon You’ll Be Able to Turn Your Brown Eyes Blue for $5,000
Post Date: 2015-03-08 08:24:43 by Willie Green
A new treatment has successfully changed the color of people's eyes in Latin America, but the procedure isn't approved in the U.S. yet. For years, a California-based company called Stroma Medical has been publicizing a laser procedure that turns brown eyes blue. Theoretically, this would give brown-eyed individuals the choice to change the tint of their irises, not unlike the way many decide to use surgery to alter the noses or chests they were born with. Now Stroma Medical claims that it has conducted 37 successful treatments on patients in Mexico and Costa Rica. It also says that it would likely charge about $5,000 for anyone wanting the procedure. That is, of course, only if ...
Heroin deaths take aim at new type of victims
Post Date: 2015-03-06 22:19:11 by Gatlin
NEW YORK -- The people who die from heroin-related overdoses in the U.S. now tend to be young, white and live in the Midwest, according to a government report.That's a shift from 15 years ago when the death rate was highest among older blacks and the West and Northeast had the biggest heroin problems.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the number of heroin deaths nearly quadrupled between 2000 and 2013. The report released Wednesday examines the rising trend in fatalities involving heroin. The report, based on death certificates from 2013, tallied drug overdose deaths across the U.S. in which heroin was a contributing factor.CBS News: The War in ChicagoThere were ...
Marijuana allergies a growing problem, study says
Post Date: 2015-03-06 22:05:52 by Gatlin
With marijuana use becoming increasingly common -- and legal for either medical or recreational use in a growing number of states -- doctors are warning about a little-known health risk: It's possible to be allergic to pot. The authors of a new study say it's a problem we could start seeing more often. Their research, published this week in the journal Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, rounded up the medical evidence documenting cases of allergic reactions to the marijuana plant, also known by its Latin name Cannabis sativa. "Although still relatively uncommon," they write, "allergic disease associated with C sativa exposure and use has been reported with ...
Public Health Officials Know: Recently Vaccinated Individuals Spread Disease
Post Date: 2015-03-05 04:46:46 by Tooconservative
Washington, D.C., March 3, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Physicians and public health officials know that recently vaccinated individuals can spread disease and that contact with the immunocompromised can be especially dangerous. For example, the Johns Hopkins Patient Guide warns the immunocompromised to "Avoid contact with children who are recently vaccinated," and to "Tell friends and family who are sick, or have recently had a live vaccine (such as chicken pox, measles, rubella, intranasal influenza, polio or smallpox) not to visit."1 A statement on the website of St. Jude's Hospital warns parents not to allow people to visit children undergoing cancer treatment if ...
How a [vaccination] jab plunged my life into madness
Post Date: 2015-03-01 08:26:06 by Tooconservative
How a jab plunged my life into madness BBC newsman Malcolm Brabant says yellow-fever vaccination led him to believe he was the Devil Malcolm Brabant's face round, ruddy, full-featured, and crowned by a bald dome is immediately recognisable. For 30 years he has been an award-winning member of the BBCs team of foreign correspondents, bringing wars, natural disasters, political stand-offs and occasionally something a bit more cheerful into our living rooms on the evening news. If the countenance is familiar, though, his current location isnt. His usual on-screen sign-off is ringing in my ears Malcolm Brabant, BBC News, Athens but today ...
How the AIDS epidemic really began
Post Date: 2015-02-24 05:17:17 by Tooconservative
In Randy Shilts history of AIDS, And the Band Played On, he tells the story of an Air Canada steward named Gaëtan Dugas, who suffered from what Dugas called gay cancer and infected 40 people or more with HIV. He was, Shilts wrote, Patient Zero. Dugas, through his extensive travels and unrepentant, unprotected sex even after he was diagnosed, undoubtedly helped spread AIDS. But was he the man who brought the disease to America? In the new book The Chimp and the River: How AIDS Emerged from an African Rain Forest (W.W. Norton), author David Quammen says no. Dugas himself was infected by some other human, presumably during a ...
An ingredient in olive oil that appears to kill cancer cells
Post Date: 2015-02-21 21:15:27 by out damned spot
A Rutgers nutritional scientist and two cancer biologists at New York Citys Hunter College have found that an ingredient in extra-virgin olive oil kills a variety of human cancer cells without harming healthy cells. The ingredient is oleocanthal, a compound that ruptures a part of the cancerous cell, releasing enzymes that cause cell death. Paul Breslin, professor of nutritional sciences in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, and David Foster and Onica LeGendre of Hunter College, report that oleocanthal kills cancerous cells in the laboratory by rupturing vesicles that store the cells waste. The findings are published in Molecular and Cellular Oncology. ...
Over 100 Measles Vaccine Deaths, Zero Measles Deaths, Since ’04
Post Date: 2015-02-17 09:19:39 by GeorgiaConservative
Over the last decade in the United States, the deaths of over 100 children at the very least have been linked to receiving a measles vaccine, compared with zero children dying from the disease itself, according to the U.S. governments own compiled data. Put another way, an American child would have been infinitely more likely to die after receiving a measles shot, percentage-wise, than from getting the actual measles disease in the last ten years. Thousands more have suffered from adverse reactions to the measles shot and other vaccines. The explosive numbers have massive implications for public health efforts, analysts said. Of course, the establishment media entirely ...
Marijuana Linked to Narcolepsy
Post Date: 2015-02-16 02:09:25 by Gatlin
A new study found that adolescents who smoke marijuana fall asleep during class. The study said one in ten teens tested positive for marijuana are said to have narcoleptic symptoms. Participation in the usage of Marijuana has similar symptoms and is linked to narcolepsy. An multiple sleep latency test or MSLT is used to diagnose narcolepsy. MSLT tests and drug tests are being paired to show that people who have narcolepsy may be narcoleptic or narcoleptic-like not just because they have narcolepsy, but also because they may be using marijuana. A study with the Nationwide Childrens Hospital found 10 percent of young adults tested positive for marijuana. The ten year study showed that ...
'Skunk-like cannabis' increases risk of psychosis, study suggests
Post Date: 2015-02-15 19:18:20 by Gatlin
Smoking potent cannabis was linked to 24% of new psychosis cases analysed in a study by King's College London. The research suggests the risk of psychosis is three times higher for users of potent "skunk-like" cannabis users than non-users. The study of 780 people was carried out by KCL's Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. A Home Office spokesman said the report underlines the reasons why cannabis is illegal. Scientists found the risk of psychosis was five times higher for those who use it every day compared with non-users. They also concluded the use of hash, a milder form of the drug, was not associated with increased risk of psychosis. Psychosis ...
Measles: A Dangerous Illness
Post Date: 2015-02-06 15:01:35 by nativist nationalist
Olivia, my eldest daughter, caught measles when she was seven years old. As the illness took its usual course I can remember reading to her often in bed and not feeling particularly alarmed about it. Then one morning, when she was well on the road to recovery, I was sitting on her bed showing her how to fashion little animals out of coloured pipe-cleaners, and when it came to her turn to make one herself, I noticed that her fingers and her mind were not working together and she couldn't do anything. "Are you feeling all right?" I asked her. "I feel all sleepy," she said. In an hour, she was unconscious. In twelve hours she was dead. The measles had turned into a ...
Massachusetts toddler dies after lice treatment goes awry
Post Date: 2015-02-05 11:49:08 by Willie Green
(Reuters) - A central Massachusetts toddler died over the weekend after suffocating while undergoing a home treatment for head lice involving mayonnaise and a plastic bag, police said on Thursday. Police in Springfield, about 90 miles west of Boston, responded to the 18-month-old girl's home at about 3 p.m. on Saturday after receiving a 911 call that a child was not breathing, said department spokesman Sergeant John Delaney. Officers found an adult administering CPR to the child, but medical personnel determined that the young girl had been dead for some time, he said. The family had put the child to bed on Friday night with mayonnaise and a plastic bag on her scalp in an attempt to ...
Christians Can Opt Out of ObamaCare. This Outrages Lefties. Tough.
Post Date: 2015-02-04 19:29:49 by CZ82
Christians Can Opt Out of ObamaCare. This Outrages Lefties. Tough. Written by Gary North on February 3, 2015 My wife is a member of Christian Health Care Ministries. At age 64, she pays $1,000 a year. What are you paying? You are probably younger, yet you pay more. You are forced to do this by ObamaCare. My wife is exempt from ObamaCare. Maybe you can be, too. If you are a Christian, you can cut your health insurance costs by half maybe more. You can stay out of ObamaCares clutches. Its all legal. These programs got onto the need not comply list in 2010. Its the law. Its a done deal. The Republicans in Congress are not about to put their ...
Alabama Psychiatric Services to close all offices Feb. 13
Post Date: 2015-02-04 14:51:23 by Willie Green
Alabama Psychiatric Services will close all locations across the state by Feb. 13, according to Richard Craig, executive director of the Jefferson, Blount, St. Clair Counties Mental Health Authority. Craig said employees at his agency have been working with insurance providers to find new care for patients treated at facilities run by Alabama Psychiatric Services. The company has locations in Birmingham, Cullman, Decatur, Dothan, Fairhope, Florence, Madison, Mobile, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa, according to the website. Executives from the company have not returned calls seeking comment, but a receptionist at one office confirmed that they were no longer taking new patients. Lisa Allen is ...
Senator says restaurant employees shouldn’t be required to wash their hands
Post Date: 2015-02-04 12:09:50 by Willie Green
Once were done debating whether children should be vaccinated, we can move on to other pressing public health questions, such as whether eateries can force their employees to wash their hands after they use the bathroom. At least one freshman U.S. senator thinks, nah. Because freedom. Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), at the end of an appearance Monday at the Bipartisan Policy Center, volunteered a story about his bias when it comes to regulatory reform. Tillis said he was at a Starbucks in 2010 talking to a woman about regulations and where businesses should be allowed to opt out. His coffee companion challenged him, asking whether employees there should be required ...
GNC, Target, Wal-Mart, Walgreens accused of selling adulterated ‘herbals’
Post Date: 2015-02-04 09:33:58 by Willie Green
A warning to herbal supplement users: Those store-brand ginkgo biloba tablets you bought may contain mustard, wheat, radish and other substances decidedly non-herbal in nature, but theyre not likely to contain any actual ginkgo biloba. Thats according to an investigation by the New York State attorney generals office into store-brand supplements at four national retailers GNC, Target, Walgreens and Wal-Mart. All four have received cease-and-desist letters demanding that they stop selling a number of their dietary supplements, few of which were found to contain the herbs shown on their labels and many of which included potential ...
Marijuana Backed By More Studies Than Most FDA Approved Pharma Drugs
Post Date: 2015-02-02 09:03:32 by Deckard
Marijuana and its use has been studied over the course of the last few decades more so than even many leading FDA-approved pharmaceutical drugs, with researchers categorizing the effects of marijuana to a much greater degree than many of the pharmaceutical drugs you or your family may currently be taking. In a revelation that really demonstrates our scientific focus in the United States, where marijuana is still considered by federal law to be a dangerous and illegal substance placed in the same class as hard drugs like heroin, even mainstream media publications have begun calling out the strange doctrine of the medical community that pushes pharma drugs on the public at warp speed. ...
Medical issue, Tillman Military Scholarship helps man chase his late twin brother's first choice
Post Date: 2015-02-01 17:09:06 by Otter
Medical issue, Tillman Military Scholarship helps man chase his late twin brother's first choice Ed Woodward studying to go to medical school Carson Chambers 4:50 PM, Sep 24, 2012 7:02 AM, Sep 25, 2012 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The morning flag ceremony is a tradition for students and parents at St. Pete's Canterbury School. Ed Woodward,37, brings his five-year old son, Tylor, every morning. "Its teaching them at a young age to be in front of people, to be proud of their uniqueness, and the unique things that they did," said Tylor's mom Manda Woodward. The gathering is a lesson about the importance of character, a lesson the Woodward family has learned together. ...
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