The number of new Ebola cases in Africa could grow as high as 10,000 per week, ten times higher than earlier estimates, according to projections the World Health Organization (WHO) reported Tuesday.
UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt warned the UK should prepare for Ebola to get “a lot worse,” called Ebola a “global public health emergency”while London Mayor Boris Johnson said there is “little doubt” a case of Ebola will be found in the UK, most likely in London.
In two months, Russia plans to send new experimental vaccine against Ebola to Africa. The efficiency of the drug, which is to be tested on the ground, is 70-90 percent. Russia’ Virology Institute preparing a whole group of genetically engineered drugs which can work both for disease treatment and prevention.
Survivalists warned families would not cope if epidemic happened now Families 'mus prepare for worst in advance. Experts advise avoiding all human contact, stocking up on supplies. Worst case scenario: flee to uncontaminated area.
Scientists in a Moscow region town andSiberian city of Novosibirsk have produced a vaccine against Ebola. Hopes in the fight against Ebola also lay in Triazaverine, a medicine developed by scientists at the Urals branch of the Academy of Sciences.
Ebola was a disease of remote rural areas that had killed only 1,500 people in 20 previous outbreaks over 40 years. The revolution in transportation means what happens in West Africa today can affect Dallas, Boston, Madrid and Rio de Janeiro tomorrow.
Fears are growing Ebola virus has hit a new continent, missionary in Brazil undergoes tests for the infection. A person in Quebec with symptoms of the Ebola virus is being treated. Czech Republic registers its first case of suspected Ebola, who returned from Liberia 22 days ago.
Russian virologists are planning to introduce vaccines to fight Ebola within the next six months, the country's Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova stated Saturday. Russia has begun the creation of special drugs that will also be used for the prevention and treatment of Ebola.
A health care worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital has tested positive for Ebola. The employee helped care for Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States.
US started conducing screening of West African passengers at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport Saturday to halt the spread of Ebola, carried out by teams armed with thermal guns , also ask travelers to fill out relevant questionnaires. Five US airports screening passengers from West Africa.
Single biggest medical force on the Ebola frontline has been Cuba. 165 Cuban health workers arrived in Sierra Leone last week, the first batch of a total of 461. Western governments more focused on stopping the epidemic at their borders than actually stemming it in west Africa.
The first suspected case of Ebola has been reported in Brazil where a man from Guinea, one of the affected West African countries, was hospitalized overnight with symptoms consistent with the lethal Ebola virus disease; Brazilian Health Ministry.
The Russian parliament has started debating a bill making tattoo artists warn their clients about the possible dangerous consequences of getting inked. The sponsors are especially concerned about women who were getting tattoos in the small of the back.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy called on people in country to remain calm after nurse in capital, Madrid, diagnosed with Ebola. Spain’s health system under fire over safety failures following the news. Spanish premier: government would “provide all information possible to public with total transparency.”
World Bank forecasts that the total economic impact of Ebola could exceed $32 billion. Authorities restricting shipments of goods. Fear of Ebola spreading faster than the virus itself, report describes potentially "catastrophic" economic consequences, including food shortages.
Concern is mounting across the world as the killer Ebola virus is spreading to other continents after claiming almost 4,000 lives in West Africa. More people across the globe are being diagnosed with the deadly Ebola infection, including two cases in the US, one in Spain, and a recent finding in Australia.
Russian Health Ministry: Preventive measures taken in Russia will ensure absolute protection from Ebola entering country. Specialized sanitation and disease control teams would eliminate possibility of it spreading. Russian specialists taking steps toward developing Ebola vaccine currently being tested.
Cultivation over 5,000 years ago in Arabian Peninsular, Middle East, North Africa. 20 varieties, four have significant health benefits: yellow Barhi, Deri, Medjool, Halawi. Improved triglyceride profiles, lowered oxidative stress levels by “reducing blood triglycerides,” “improves quality” of blood cholesterol by reducing its oxidation.”attach themselves to harmful, oxygen-free radicals, removes them from the body.
Dallas Star Telegram :children in four Dallas Independent School District schools possibly exposed to the Ebola virus,parents panic, pull their kids out of Dallas schools. Exposure does not automatically mean infection will take place, it clearly presents risk.
Five US airports will begin screening temperatures of passengers arriving from West Africa as United States ramps up response to deadly Ebola outbreak. The airports are John F. Kennedy International in New York, Washington Dulles International, Chicago O’Hare International, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International and Newark Liberty International in New Jersey.
Dublin City Councillors passed a motion last night against the addition of fluoride to Ireland’s water supply. The motion called for fluoride or any derivative to be removed from the Irish water supply, and to make it a crime for anyone to put it into the water supply.
Consumer Reports: Most US packaged food with “natural” label contains high levels of genetically modified ingredients, Study included 80 different processed foods containing corn or soy, most prevalent genetically modified crops in US to determine if "natural" labels was true.
The spread of Ebola in Europe is "unavoidable", the World Health Organization said shortly after the contraction of four new cases was announced in Spain. READ: 75% chance Ebola will reach France by end October, 50% for UK – scientists
Not a single virus tested that is not inactivated (killed) by a large enough dose of vitamin C . This vitamin is easily disseminated throughout the body with very little resistance, non-toxic at every level. It is also quite bio-available during an attack on the body by a virus.
The United States is not considering travel ban for people coming from countries where the Ebola virus has become epidemic, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Friday.
New Jersey preschooler dies of Entero virus D68; 500 children across country with illness; New Jersey Four-year-old infected with EV D68 CDC confirmed Friday. Seven children New Jersey; have illness, 514 across country, four died. Rhode Island officials: girl, 10, died of sepsis, had enterovirus. Virus causes respiratory symptoms, common this time each year, doctors puzzled.
Under guise of humanitarian mission containing spread of Ebola Obama administration exploiting outbreak to establish military footing in Africa . West Africa continues to be ravaged by worst outbreak of Ebola since first case identified in Democratic Republic of Congo in 1976.
health, toxinsThere has been a lot of bad press about BPA (bisphenol A) and how the chemical is bad for us. With good reason – it’s been linked to cancer and reproductive problems, although no research has been conclusive.
US health officials are monitoring 10 quarantined people who had contact with a Liberian man infected by the deadly Ebola virus. The individuals are being checked regularly as medical officials play down the risk of an outbreak.
The deluge would likely cause seawater to mingle with the radiation-tainted water accumulating in the basements of the reactor buildings at the six-unit plant, allowing 100 trillion becquerels of cesium to escape.
Tokyo Electric Power Co. has warned its stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant could be hit by tsunami as high as 26.3 meters.
Airport screenings for Ebola don’t give a 100 percent guarantee of preventing the spread of the disease. Airport staff may lack competence and the infected can use anti-fever drugs and lies to get aboard the plane, healthcare experts warn.
Deaths from euthanasia have risen by a total of 151 percent in a period of just seven years, with most cases involving cancer sufferers. However, there were also 97 people who were killed by their doctors because they had dementia.
“WelloStation” devices will provide “fever surveillance” detection in order to alert school faculty to possible fluctuations in body temperatures according to the company’s website
What about the power-wash guys? Where did they go next? Might be a good way to spread Ebola especially if experts are right that Ebola spreads through aerosols. Unlikely they put any disinfectants in the power-washer or told what they were cleaning.
Dallas paramedic claimed he drove ambulance US Ebola patient was transported in,not contacted about potential exposure. Claims he drove the ambulance sometime after patient was transported. Ambulance that transported Ebola patient to hospital in service 48 hours before putting it in quarantine.
Federal data could not provide information on how many of these West African visitors are already in the US. 13,500 people from Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia have visitor visas that allow them to travel to the United States as long as they show no symptoms of disease.
The International Rescue Committee (IRC), warned number number of Ebola cases doubling every three weeks. Globe has four weeks to stop crisis from spiraling out of control; five people infected with virus every hour.
It is amazing how the government manages to continue selling Brooklyn Bridges to a gullible public. Americans buy wars they don’t need and economic recoveries that do not exist.
13,500 visas issued to people in the three countries primarily affected by Ebola – Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leon – and worries that contagious residents could potentially use those visas to seek medical help in the US and possibly trigger further outbreaks.
Ebola Sneeze - Public DomainHealth experts all over the United States are promising us that we do not need to be worried about Ebola whatsoever. Even though one case has already been confirmed in Dallas, Texas and another potential case is being monitored, health
The man leading the UN response to the Ebola epidemic, Dr. David Nabaro, says Ebola poses a worse threat to humanity than HIV or SARS and the global effort to combat it is woefully inefficient and that he needs $30 million now.
mosquito-borne virus that can cause debilitating joint pain lasting for years has spread to the continental U.S. after infecting hundreds of thousands of people in the Caribbean and Central America. Called Chikungunya, African name meaning “to become contorted.” first identified in Tanzania in 1952, only recorded cases in the U.S. before July involved patients who contracted virus abroad.
The first Ebola case has been diagnosed in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control said today in a statement.
Celery is one of them. The food has been found to be extremely effective at killing ovarian, pancreatic, prostate, breast, liver, and lung cancer cells.
Report from the world’s oldest and most prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, has officially classified fluoride as a neurotoxin, in the same category as arsenic, lead and mercury. Sodium fluoride in drinking water has also been linked to various cancers.
The Ebola outbreak is the largest medical emergency since the plague, and the Army is assessing how to respond to this “dire situation,” said the Army’s top general. “It is a very bad situation,” Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Ray Odierno.
A U.S. District judge in Florida has denied Kashi’s (owned by Kellogg’s) bid to dismiss a lawsuit brought against the corporation for advertising Kashi as ‘all natural.’ This is a huge step forward for companies who think they can continue to hoodwink the public with alse and misleading claims on their products.
El Salvador has detected nearly 30,000 cases of the painful mosquito-borne viral disease chikungunya, and has undertaken measures to prevent the disease-carrying mosquitoes breeding, the head of the country's emergency services said on Wednesday.
A U.S. District judge in Florida has denied Kashi’s (owned by Kellogg’s) bid to dismiss lawsuit advertising Kashi as ‘all natural. Lawsuit accuse Kellogg’s of putting ‘bioengineered, artificial, and synthetic ingredients’ in cereals, cereal bars, snacks, pizza, other products marked ‘all natural.”
A new clinical trial is showing that the tiny sprouts of broccoli can help neutralize air pollution and its toxic contaminants in the body. International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has recently classified air pollution as carcinogenic to humans.
Dentists and dental hygienists n speaking out against plastic microbeads in toothpastes, many noticed the tiny blue beads lodged in patients’ gums. In response, toothpaste manufacturers have indicated they are happy to remove the beads from their products, but there will be a “phasing out” period.
Why has Nestlé, who owns a baby-formula producing company called Gerber, removed GMOs (genetically modified organisms) from baby foods and formulas in South Africa and not in the United States? Perhaps because South African parents are more vocal than Americans
Argentinean farmers have increased their levels of herbicide spraying of crops, and the results don’t look good. A huge increase in cancer incidence is being reported in Argentina linked directly to areas of heavy GMO crop engineering and high biotech herbicide use.
UN has 6,000 uniformed peacekeepers in the region, this is a medical crisis that requires medical personnel. sending thousands of troops into the Ebola pandemic, make it more likely Ebola will be brought back to the United States. hundreds of health workers have become infected even though they wear protective gear and are trained to deal with Ebola patients.
The Center for Disease control is a rogue institution engaged in the destruction of the health of the American population . . .
Multnomah County planning to phase out its fluoride program at schools, which offered fluoride tablets to children. "Fluoride tablets are just not an effective way to to deliver fluoride to children,"; Len Barozzini, Multnomah County's new dental director.
top Russian scientists, farmers, and eco-conscious bodies urging Russian Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev, to add all foods that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to the existing foods which have been sanctioned by Russia for the EU, U.S. and Australia, among other countries.
Reports narrate stories of the US Department of Defense (DoD) funding Ebola trials on humans, trials which started just weeks before the Ebola outbreak in Guinea and Sierra Leone. The reports continue and state that the DoD gave a contract worth $140 million dollars to Tekmira, a Canadian pharmaceutical company,
Doctors Without Borders shuttered one of its Ebola treatment centers in Guinea in May. They thought the deadly virus was being contained there, new cases appeared across the border in Liberia and then spread across West Africa, carried by the sick and dying. Macenta is once again a hotspot.
The future of medicine rests on the fundamental right we all have to use things that spring from the Earth naturally as healing agents.Medical-industrial complex in the U.S. does not want you to use these freely growing compounds. They threaten its very business model and existence.
Irvin Rosenfeld receives 300 pre-rolled marijuana joints monthly from a government-authorized farm in Mississippi to treat a rare bone-tumor disorder. He has smoked over 130,000 marijuana cigarettes in the past 32 years despite pot being classified as a top-tier hazard by Drug Enforcement Administration.
Hundreds of children in different parts of the U.S. have been hospitalized by a mysterious respiratory virus. The virus is sweeping the Midwest and has also hit Colorado. Kansas City hospital has seen up to 30 children a day come in for treatment. virus is similar to a cold, with worse symptoms.
January 1st 2015, the German Poultry Association (ZDG), will have to stop using GMO feed for both egg and poultry meat production. From this date forward, food retailers will only accept poultry that has been raised on GM-free feed, and milk and eggs which come from cows fed GM-free feed.
The city of Hallendale, Florida is standing up to the biotech bullies, drafting a resolution to institute the first GMO labeling bill in all of Florida as well as a resolution to stop antibiotic overuse. The vote was unanimous!
Aggressive approach by big supermarkets to their suppliers,demanding food at below cost of production is opening door to fraudsters, evidence of cancer-risk chemicals added to foods, peanuts used in place of other nuts creating risk of allergic reaction, dirty, condemned meat being sold.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: epidemic, spiraling out of control. Doctors Without Borders: "Riots, centres overwhelmed. Health workers infected, dying in shocking numbers."United Nations: outbreak moving ahead of efforts to control it."Dangerous virus in countries least equipped to deal with it. Scale of outbreak outstripped resources. threat to all humanity," beyond anything we’ve seen—or imagined."Spreading widely, throughout multiple countries, very fast."Impossible to keep up with number of infected people. In Sierra Leone, infectious bodies rotting in the streets."
Rising concerns about soy and canola oils derived from genetically altered seed are creating a new industry boom for sunflowers genes of sunflowers are hard to alter, more consumers demand foods and oils without GM contamination. Food manufacurers are shifting away from GM oils.
Monsanto is fighting hard to avoid GMO labeling, but activists against GMOs just might take down biotech giants. Will you help make GMO labeling a reality?
These 7 herbs are used in Ayurveda to bring balance to the doshas, helping to minimize or completely eradicate colon cancer as well as other cancers.
A United States judge has ruled against a new law that curbs genetically modified (GMO) crops, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Recently I stopped by a feed store that I do not normally frequent and bought a 50 lb bag of alfalfa pellets. I failed to look at the bag when the man put it in the truck, and just assumed that it was the same brand that I had already verified to be GMO-Free. It was not. And then it began…
70% of beef, chicken in United States and Canada treated with poisonous carbon monoxide gas . A bill was introduced in Congress that would require the labeling of meat treated with carbon monoxide; never enacted. Practice makes seriously decayed meat look fresh for weeks banned in many countries.
A new study out of Maine suggests that residents across the New England state are regularly subjected to drinking water containing double the amount of fluoride considered to be dangerous by federal guidelines.
Big-Box stores and their subsidiaries are generically the worst places to buy seafood from. They typically are the first to accept genetically modified foods and compromise the integrity and safety of their seafood supply.
As we have already reported, a top researcher employed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has come forward as a whistle-blower, confessing to his participation in actively covering up data that clearly links vaccines to autism.
New evidence has linked fluoride and other chemicals to brain disorders. What other unknown effects might this industrial by-product added to our water supply have? An examination of water fluoridation’s shadowy history reveals potentially disturbing ramifications for human consciousness.
President Putin: Russia must protect its citizens from overconsumption of products containing genetically modified organisms. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvede: Russia has no intention to import GMOs. Russian Minister of Agriculture Nikolai Fyodorov: Russia must remain a GMO-free country.
Israel where the Minister of Health Yael German has ended fluoridation in Israel despite the vocal and vociferous attacks of fluoridation promoters.
The number of cases of West Africa’s Ebola outbreak has climbed to 2,240, including 1,229 deaths, the World Health Organization said. It urged affected countries to screen all people at international airports. Confirmed infections jumped by 113, bringing the total number of cases to 2,240.
Rospotrebnadzor consumer rights watchdog in Russia is checking American Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey whiskey, also American bourbon whiskey on quality concerns. Said phthalates found in bourbon may cause functional changes in the central nervous system, endocrine system, oncologic diseases.
The official death toll from the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa is currently standing at 1,069 deaths out of 1,975 cases, but the numbers could be vastly underestimated, the World Health Organization has warned.“[WHO] staff at the outbreak sites see evidence that the numbers of reported cases and deaths vastly underestimate the magnitude of the outbreak.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon: “We need to avoid panic and fear. Ebola can be prevented,”“With resources, knowledge, early action people can survive. Ebola has been “successfully brought under control elsewhere.
Guinea declared “health emergency” as people killed by the Ebola virus in the West African nation reached 377. More flights to West African countriescancelled. Region waits for arrival of experimental drugs. 1,000 doses of Zmapp, been barely tested on humans, on their way from the US.
The chemical triclosan linked to cancer-cell growth and disrupted development in animals. Regulators reviewing whether it’s safe to put in soap, cutting boards and toys. Companies are phasing it out. Minnesota bans it in many products. ColgatePalmolive Co.’s Total toothpaste contains it.
World Health Organization (WHO): Ebola outbreak death toll 1,013 as the virus spreads through the West African countries. Ebola virus spreads through direct contact with infected blood, feces or sweat. It can also be spread through sexual contact or the unprotected handling of contaminated corpses.
A mysterious condition has left dozens of horses sick and owners searching for answers the high desert. KCAL9’s Tom Wait met with several owners Wednesday whose horses have been affected by a rare condition.
Friday Moscow blocked most grain,dairy imports from Ukraine; iafter discovering contaminants in them. Also planning to block European fruit and vegetable as well as US poultry due to pests and harmful levels of antibiotics.
A state of emergency has been declared in northwest Ohio after about 400,000 people were warned not to drink water as tests revealed the presence of a toxin in it. Residents told not to boil the water because it will increase the toxin’s concentration, not use the water for bathing children.
The spread of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa is outpacing efforts to contain it. African leaders have agreed on tougher measures to stop the disease, while the US is preparing facilities to treat its two infected citizens. Outbreak is moving faster than efforts to control it.
“Consumers have to be informed of harmful ingredients; “Excessive consumption leads to obesity, harms lungs, heart, kidneys, liver.” “Packaging of such products should have threatening pictures showing diseases that can be caused by fast food.” McDonald’s in Russia, declined to comment.
The patient is expected to arrive ‘within the next several days’, the university said in a statement
Pan-African airline ASKY has suspended all flights to and from the capitals of Liberia and Sierra Leone, and the Liberian football association cancelled games as fears grow of the spread of the Ebola virus.
Drug-resistant malaria is dangerously spreading in South-East Asia,in central Burma, southern Laos, and north-eastern Cambodia according to a recent study. “Radical action” is needed to prevent it from spreading further.
Department of Defense has deployed biological diagnostic systems to National Guard support teams in all 50 states. amid growing fears the Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus might spread outside of West Africa. The portable systems are designed for “low probability, high consequence” scenarios.
Oregon's largest coal-burning power plant is expected to shut down in a few years, but that doesn't mean coal is dead.
Since it was detected in March, the number of cases attributed to Ebola in the West African nations of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea stands at 1,201, including 672 deaths. Two U.S. doctors contracted the virus while trying to stop the spread of the infectious disease.
The state of Michigan decided to direct its minimal resources to crack-down on a few small food co-ops in the city of Standish for offering farm-fresh food.
U.S. Organic Trade Association (OTA) found that the 2013 figures represent the fastest growth in purchase and consumption of organic food in five years, exceeded $35 billion for the first time. In Ireland, figures report a growth of the organic retail market, another fast-emerging organic food market is India.
Runaway Ebola-Infected Woman Dies As US Doctor Tests Positive For Virus (ZeroHedge. It continues to go from bad to worse for Africa’s “deadliest ever” Ebola epidemic which has officially claimed well over 600 lives, and unofficially many more.
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