Health

Guinea sees spurt of Ebola cases; Sierra Leone has 1

Saturday, May 16, 2015
By Paul Martin

Lisa Schnirring CIDRAP News May 15, 2015 Sierra Leone yesterday reported its first confirmed Ebola case in 8 days, as the virus flared in a new hot spot in Guinea, tempering the encouragement from a report earlier this week that both countries were making progress toward zero cases, the United Nations Mission for Ebola... »

Minnesota reports more H5N2 as fairs plan poultry bans

Saturday, May 16, 2015
By Paul Martin

Robert Roos CIDRAP News May 15, 2015 Minnesota reported today that yet another turkey farm has fallen prey to the H5N2 avian flu virus, as the widespread outbreaks start taking a toll on plans for state and county fairs this summer in the Midwest. Minnesota officials said the state’s top turkey-raising county and the... »

High-path avian flu hits four Midwestern states

Friday, May 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

Robert Roos CIDRAP News May 14, 2015 Highly pathogenic avian flu has scored six more hits in the Midwest, including Nebraska’s second big layer chicken farm, South Dakota’s first affected layer farm, and two farms each in Minnesota and Iowa, state officials announced today. The Minnesota sites are egg-production and turkey farms, while the... »

Drug-resistant ‘super typhoid’ now spreading globally

Friday, May 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: David Gutierrez NaturalNews.com Friday, May 15, 2015 A multi-antibiotic-resistant strain of deadly typhoid fever has spread from Asia to Africa, where it might have reached epidemic proportions, warned an international research team in a study published in the journal Nature Genetics on May 11. The 74 researchers from nearly two dozen countries, who... »

Avian influenza strikes again in South Dakota, Iowa

Thursday, May 14, 2015
By Paul Martin

Lisa Schnirring CIDRAP News May 13, 2015 Animal health officials in South Dakota said highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza has turned up on two more poultry farms, three weeks after the state’s last outbreaks were reported, and Iowa authorities reported one new suspected outbreak at an another egg farm. The latest outbreaks hit two... »

Monsanto knew 35 years ago that its glyphosate-soaked ‘food’ causes cancer

Thursday, May 14, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan A. Huff NaturalNews.com Thursday, May 14, 2015 Key data outlining the toxicity of glyphosate (Roundup) was recently uncovered, revealing that Monsanto knew about the cancer-causing effects of its best-selling herbicide more than 35 years ago, as did the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and yet neither entity chose to make this information known... »

Oil Companies Raking in the Dough Selling Recycled Fracking Wastewater for Cali Farmland Irrigation

Thursday, May 14, 2015
By Paul Martin

InvestmentWatchblog.com May 13th, 2015 Did you even realize this was a thing? Apparently big oil companies are making a killing off a side business, that is selling off the huge volumes of waste water “produced” through fracking to California’s drought-threatened agriculture sector. That means crops are grown in water with known and suspected carcinogens,... »

The Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015: Bill Seeks to Blackmail States Into Full Compliance

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

Lily Dane The Daily Sheeple May 13th, 2015 A Florida Congresswoman has introduced legislation that will send chills down the spine of any liberty-loving American. On May 1, Frederica S. Wilson (D-FL-24) presented H.R.2232 – Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015. From the bill: REQUIREMENT.—For a State or a political subdivision or other public... »

Bermuda Suspends Glyphosate-Ridden Monsanto Roundup Indefinitely

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Christina Sarich Global Research May 13, 2015 It looks like Monsanto could soon go the way of many missing airplanes in the Bermuda triangle. Following a recent study on Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide Roundup and its main chemical ingredient glyphosate, Bermuda has decided to suspend any importation of glyphosate/Roundup until further research give reason... »

GATTACA rising: Corporations begin genetic testing of employees

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: L.J. Devon NaturalNews.com Wednesday, May 13, 2015 In the 1997 science fiction film GATTACA, society is dominated by a system of eugenics, where potential children are conceived through genetic manipulation. The main character, Vincent Freeman, is conceived outside the eugenics system and fights to overcome genetic discrimination in a society that engineers humans... »

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