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The best ways to stop disease and the Ebola pandemicBy Jonathan Landsman, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) The Ebola virus outbreak, of 2014, is just another example of how Western medicine has failed to serve society in an intelligent, effective way. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and just about every (conventionally-trained) infectious disease expert admit that an ebola cure doesn't exist. Mind you, after spending billions of taxpayer dollars, these are the same "health experts" that haven't cured heart disease, cancer or any other chronic disease...
The three-pronged strategy that will prevent Monsanto from ruling the worldBy J. D. Heyes, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) No question that biotech and BioAg giant Monsanto is a mega-corporation with lots of cash and lots of power, but that doesn't mean that it will rise to rule the world, in a manner of speaking.
That issue was addressed recently by Living Green magazine, which noted that "the issue of how we grow and process our food, while it's always been important, is now a hot topic both at the kitchen table and on Wall Street."
The magazine said that the recent scandal about a chemical used...
The incredible health benefits of purslane, a common edible garden weedBy Raw Michelle, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) Rather than pluck weeds from the lawn or the cracks of sidewalks, many people are instead eating them and enjoying a range of health benefits as a result.
Dandelion greens, for example, are becoming more of a common sight in the produce aisle. In fact, so beneficial to health is the weed that many experts have touted dandelion root tea as an amazing way to help fight cancer cells and lead to their death. Whether its leaves are eaten in salads or dandelion root extract is ingested...
Georgia police raid retiree's garden after mistaking okra for marijuanaBy PF Louis, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) While some states and cities have permitted medical marijuana use and individual pot plant growing for medical marijuana use, a few have even eased up on enforcing recreational marijuana use, even completely allowing it. But most states still consider "illegal" to be the same as "unethical," "immoral" or "dangerous."
So the boys with the badges have even more fun playing military invaders while zealously enforcing "illegal" marijuana possession or pot plant cultivation than they...
The most dangerous place to be right now during this Ebola outbreakBy Derek Henry, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) As Ebola continues to systematically spread throughout various geographic locations, one has to begin to put together their own plan of personal responsibility in order to have the best possible outcome should they become exposed to the Ebola virus. Part of this plan should entail staying away from the most dangerous place to be during this stage of an Ebola outbreak, in order to prevent its rapid transmission.
Air travel - a triple threat
Air travel has become a way of life...
Scientists: Humans are 'an infection' and Ebola is Earth's immune response to consume all the human 'meat'By Mike Adams, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) If you haven't yet read The Hot Zone by Richard Preston, a non-fiction book published in 1994, you're way behind the curve on the truth about Ebola.
This book reveals all sorts of astonishing truths about Ebola which have since been buried or distorted by a modern-day government operating in total denial. For example, the book documents numerous cases of an Ebola variant spreading via airborne routes among monkeys housed in completely separate rooms in level-4 biohazard facilities...
Fluoridated water calcifies your arteries: studyBy Ethan A. Huff, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) A major promoter of heart disease in the U.S. today could be a chemical that the government has been intentionally dumping into the water supply for decades on the premise that it prevents tooth decay. Fluoride, according to a new study published in the journal Toxicology, shows demonstrated cardiotoxic effects, which include the calcification and hardening of arteries.
Researchers from the University of Zaragoza in Spain looked at the effects of water fluoridation on the progression...
Detroit water shutoffs continue as city's decline into third-world status acceleratesBy J. D. Heyes, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) The decline and fall of the once-great city of Detroit is continuing apace, as city officials have been given the green light by a U.S. bankruptcy judge to continue shutting off water service to residents chronically behind on their bills.
Judge Steven Rhodes ruled recently that the city can continue the process of shutting off water to any non-paying customers, Reuters reported. Rhodes added that his court does not have any jurisdiction over the issue, and that suspending the shut...
James Stewart speaks about being arrested and declared a terrorist for providing raw milk to health-conscious familiesBy J. D. Heyes, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) Rawesome Foods defendant James Stewart, who was prosecuted in California for daring to sell raw milk, talked recently about his treatment while in custody, saying he was "tortured in jail" and generally treated like he was some kind of hardened felon.
In this video interview, Stewart also said he was "forced to do things" that he did not want to do and that, generally speaking, due to him being labeled as a "sovereign," he is now considered to be "a terrorist" by authorities.
Glyphosate and aluminum in vaccines associated with rise of autism epidemicBy Jonathan Benson, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) Besides vaccines, there appears to be another major culprit in the escalating autism epidemic: Roundup herbicide. Data compiled from multiple government sources reveals that the steadily rising epidemic of autism in the U.S. is directly correlated with the rising use of glyphosate, the primary active ingredient in Roundup, on American crops.
A research student from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) put together several reports that reveal a corresponding increase between...
Top 5 kitchen items for home remedies & natural medicineBy Kali Sinclair, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) I remember the days when my medicine cabinet was filled with over the counter drugs along with prescription medications. Those days are gone. These are the top 5 kitchen items my family uses for first aid and health care.
Apple cider vinegarGarlicCoconut oilAloe VeraGinger
Apple Cider VinegarRaw, organic apple cider vinegar is amazing. Many people swear by it as a preventative, taking shots each day. It is a probiotic, therefore it helps keep the gut healthy. It's other uses...
Dallas hospital administrators ignored nurses' complaints about holes in protective gear while treating Ebola patientsBy Ethan A. Huff, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) One of the nurses who was present during the treatment of "patient zero" at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has come forward with allegations of serious administrative failures that put workers at risk. Briana Aguirre, who has worked at the hospital for three years, says she and other staff members were not given proper instructions about how to handle Ebola, and were also given faulty equipment that didn't adequately cover their skin.
The protective suits provided by...
Antibiotics linked to obesity in childrenBy David Gutierrez, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) Children who are exposed to more antibiotics before the age of two are also more likely to become obese, according to a study conducted by researchers from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
The study is only the latest to show a potential connection between excessive antibiotic use early in life and the later development of chronic health conditions...
How Candida makes you crave junk foodBy Michael Edwards, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) You make a resolution. You are going to eat plenty of organic produce every day. No more junk food. And then it hits--those cravings. You have to have chocolate. You'll die without a chocolate!
Chocolate's my thing. So is pasta. For many it's breads, cookies, white rice, yogurt, sugary smoothies, and/or alcohol.
There is no doubt that your blood sugar has a lot to do with sugar cravings, but blood sugar is not the only metabolic process driving you. If you are living with an overabundance...
SELLOUT: WebMD promoted Obamacare in exchange for secret payments of almost $14 millionBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) WebMD is now being exposed as a propaganda portal -- a website that accepts bribe money to promote special interests. WebMD can no longer pass as semi-credible source of health information after newly released documents revealed that the federal government has paid the site's content creators nearly $14 million to promote the unpopular insurance mandate called Obamacare.
That's right, the federal government is taking millions of dollars out of the people's wallets and using it to...
Best foods to detoxify the bodyBy Raw Michelle, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) The benefits of detoxifying the body go well beyond merely striving to help it bounce back after a weekend of unhealthy eating or drinking. In fact, the flushing out of toxins on a regular basis helps eliminate harmful substances that gradually accumulate in the blood and, in turn, wreak havoc on the body. (1)
An overload of toxins can jeopardize health from slight issues to life-threatening conditions ranging from bad breath and acne to depression and cancer. (1...
Global economy headed for massive crisis, warns widely respected Geneva ReportBy J. D. Heyes, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) A respected report that summarizes the world economic outlook has said that record global debt could trigger a massive economic crisis that would last for years, as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut its global economic growth projections.
According to The Guardian and other sources, global debt has skyrocketed even though many governments (the U.S. not included) have worked to reduce public and private borrowing. Now, the renowned Geneva Report is sounding alarm bells, saying...
More Dallas hospital workers could have Ebola: CDC chief continues to blame 'breach in protocol,' insists 'any hospital' can handle virusBy J. D. Heyes, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said that anyone who cared for Dallas Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian national, at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital could be at risk of contracting the disease.
The admission by Dr. Tom Frieden following news that one of Duncan's caregivers, 26-year-old RN Nina Pham, has become infected despite wearing protective clothing and gear, was alarming to many.
"We are deeply concerned about this new development...
Heroin overdoses possibly linked to other causesBy Lindsey Alexander, October 22 2014
(NaturalNews) A report was recently released that found a full-blown heroin crisis to be on the rise this year, plaguing the streets of New York. This has allegedly been the worst episode of state-wide drug overdoses related to heroin for any given year since 2003. In total, 420 people died in 2013, while there had been a total of 782 cases of overdose.
Writers at MedlinePlus describe heroin to be a white or brown powder, but it can also come in the form of sticky, dark goo. It is made from morphine...
Good news on the Ebola front: Every pause in the outbreak gives you more time to prepareBy Mike Adams, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) Frontline infectious disease workers are breathing a cautious sigh of relief in the United States today as a full six days have elapsed since the last report of a confirmed Ebola infection on U.S. soil. In one of the most honest opening paragraphs you'll ever read in the mainstream media, AFP reported via Yahoo News today: "With no new Ebola cases in five days, US authorities were cautious but hopeful Monday that the virus has been contained in the United States after a flawed response...
GM wheat discovered contaminating wheat fields in MontanaBy David Gutierrez, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) A field of unregulated genetically modified (GM) wheat has been discovered growing wild in Montana, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced.
No varieties of GM wheat have been approved for cultivation in the United States, but this is the second plot discovered growing on its own in less than a year and a half. Like the last such discovery, the new discovery in Montana may have a serious impact on the U.S. wheat export market.
Much of the wheat grown in the United...
Chemical contamination in environment, including pharmaceuticals, are 'growing at exponential rate'By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) The "innovative" and "challenging new compounds" created each day by commerce are threatening the planet in which we live, scientists say. More and more traces of pharmaceuticals are being discovered in our lakes, rivers and soil daily, and their effects are pretty much completely unknown.
For once, a lack of regulation on the government's part is largely to blame. The "environmental spread of pharmaceuticals" is totally ignored by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), allowing...
Media responds: 'Six reasons to panic' about Ebola in AmericaBy Jonathan Benson, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) A growing segment of the mainstream media is now engaging in cognitive dissonance regarding the Ebola crisis, warning the public not to get in a fear frenzy over the disease even though this same media is responsible for stirring up such panic in the first place. But as explained in thorough detail by The Weekly Standard, there are some valid reasons to panic about Ebola, despite what the media is saying.
Here are six of them:
1) Circulating Ebola strain has already mutated more...
Running from the cure - 4 things you can do to prevent cancerBy Derek Henry, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) It's October, and with that we are blasted with pink paraphernalia and special events (cancer runs) to help us recognize the growing problem of breast cancer. It is during this campaign that we also are reminded that the best plan is to learn how to detect cancer in the early stages, while scientists work feverishly on developing a cancer drug to "cure" those who are dealing with advanced stages of the disease.
It is this largely reactive and unnatural approach (waiting until you...
Survey reveals huge differences in cost of organic foods from Whole Foods and other storesBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) As much as we all love organic foods, there's times when we certainly don't love the price. While many of us make sacrifices in other areas of our lives in order to afford splurging a little more on good food, you may not have to if you're willing to expand the horizon of grocery stores in which you shop, particularly if its whole foods.
An Austin-based grocer, Whole Foods, is one of the first all-natural food store chains to make healthy living and eating trendy. Its varied selection...
'It's just a matter of time' before Ebola pandemic ravages entire world, says Missouri doctorBy David Gutierrez, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) Ebola is likely to "consume" every Third World country and then devastate wealthier countries as well, Missouri doctor Gil Mobley has warned. He has accused the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of deliberately concealing the threat that the disease poses to the United States.
"For months, doctors in my community... have been convinced that the United States will be importing [Ebola] clusters regularly," Dr. Mobley said. "Right now, on the continent of... Africa...
Global famine could destroy society if Ebola outbreak isn't stopped, United Nations warnsBy Ethan A. Huff, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) The United Nations (UN) World Food Program (WFP) is having trouble meeting the escalating hunger needs of West Africans, millions of whom are currently suffering through the worst Ebola outbreak in history. And as the disease continues to spread, the threat of food shortages, and possibly a worldwide famine, is steadily increasing, says the global body.
The WFP says its goal is to reach 1.3 million people in the hardest hit areas of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the collective...
Eating with a conscienceBy Hesh Goldstein, October 21 2014
Eating is something we take for granted due to conditioning. As little kids, what choice do we have other than eating what our parents put before us? But, as we get older and somehow develop consciousness, we can make choices.
Hopefully, the processes by which some of our food choices get to us will enable us to seriously consider other dietary avenues.
Many people feel uncomfortable about cooking and eating lobsters; and for good reason: lobsters suffer severe and prolonged...
NY police caught on tape slamming pregnant woman to the ground on her belly, causing bruising and bleedingBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) When public servants rudely go out of their way to pry into other people's business and interrogate them over the most trivial things, then they set themselves up for an unnecessary confrontation. When a public servant preys on people they think look suspicious, they have crossed the line and are no longer serving their community. A provoked civilian may feel threatened by overbearing officers who have no respect for privacy. Instead of setting people up, public servants should be building...
U.S. corporations can't be punished for supporting murders and war crimes in other countries, judge saysBy J. D. Heyes, September 25 2014
(NaturalNews) A federal appeals court has ruled that family members of employees working for an American corporation in a foreign country who were killed while on the job by paramilitary forces that the corporation allegedly backed cannot sue the company for damages.
According to Courthouse News Service, the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that relatives of coal miners and union leaders working for Drummond Co. who were killed by Colombian paramilitary forces have no standing to file...
Schools across US are being closed or abandoned amid Ebola fearsBy Jonathan Benson, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) As predicted, fear about Ebola is quickly spreading as the virus fans across the nation. Two schools in Ohio were closed on Thursday after staff members reported possibly coming into contact with the second Dallas nurse who contracted it from Thomas Eric Duncan, and another school was disinfected just to be sure that the virus wasn't lingering on surfaces.
Schools in both Ohio and Texas, in fact, canceled classes or shut down completely last week due to Ebola fears stemming from...
Whistleblower secret audio: the Fed secretly serves the interests of big banksBy J. D. Heyes, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) If you have wondered whether the Federal Reserve actually served the interests of the country in general or those of moneyed self-interests, wonder no further: It's not you the Fed is looking out for.
According to several reports, hours of devastating new audio that was secretly recorded by a now-fired bank examiner show that the New York Federal Reserve is far too lenient on the very Wall Street banks it is charged with regulating.
The examiner, Carmen Segarra, a former examiner...
Obama Administration controls press-pool reports, determining what information journalists are allowed to shareBy J. D. Heyes, October 21 2014
(NaturalNews) Veteran Washington journalists and reporters, when they are being honest, will tell you that the current administration is the most political in modern history. Everything is about the proper messaging; optics are much more important, and policy is designed around perpetuating Democratic power.
What they will also tell you is that this White House is so concerned about messaging that it will go to any length to shape it, and that includes pressuring reporters, threatening them with...
CDC approves Vitamin D-Nial drug to halt spread of Ebola (satire)By Mike Adams, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) We're saved! The CDC has now partnered with the FDA to approve a new medical treatment for Ebola, guaranteed to offer 100% protection against the coming pandemic. The new anti-Ebola drug is called "Vitamin D-Nial" and will be offered free of charge at all voting booths on November 4.
CDC director Thomas Frieden held a well-attended press conference this morning, announcing that "When it comes to Ebola, D-Nial is the answer!" He also promised to send thousands of CDC agents into the...
14 California communities now on verge of waterless-ness; mass migration out of California seems imminentBy Jonathan Benson, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) Unless California gets some heavy rain, and soon, the state's roughly 38 million residents will eventually be up a creek without a paddle -- or without a creek, for that matter. The latest media reports indicate that some 14 communities throughout the state are now on the verge of running completely dry, and many more could join them in the coming year if conditions remain as they are.
A few months ago, the official count was 28 communities bordering on complete waterless-ness, according...
Obama appoints Ron Klain, Democrat Party insider with no medical expertise, as Ebola czarBy J. D. Heyes, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) President Obama has decided not to heed the call from tens of millions of Americans to take bold action in dealing with the Ebola outbreak in the United States. Instead, he took political action, which is par for the course for this president in dealing with the deadly virus.
Obama has named an "Ebola czar" -- Ron Klain -- whose job is to "oversee the administration's Ebola response," according to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ). Only, Klain has no medical experience or expertise whatsoever...
California crop harvests plummet as drought takes toll on national food supplyBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) The end of September marked three straight years of severe drought for California, with the state receiving less than 60 percent of its average precipitation.
The lack of rainfall has resulted in immense suffering throughout the state, leaving low reservoirs, fallowed farmland, rising unemployment and complete drying up of some people's wells.
It's true that water is the essence of life. All things living depend on it, and without it the world around us would be nonexistent, however...
Natural cures for athlete's footBy Michael Edwards, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) If the skin between your toes itches or burns and is red and scaling, you don't have to resort to over the counter ointments or sprays. There are many choices for natural remedies.
From the kitchenApple cider vinegar Garlic Coconut oilAll three of these common kitchen cures are anti-fungal. Apple cider vinegar and garlic will burn, but both will do the trick. Coconut oil will be soothing, but may not work as quickly or as effectively as the first two. Dab full strength vinegar on...
Turmeric naturally increases brain cell growthBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) The results of a new study published in the journal Stem Cell Research & Therapy suggests that the popular ancient Indian spice, turmeric, could help repair the brain following an injury and could also be used to treat neurodegenerative diseases.
In order to examine the effects of turmeric on brain cells, scientists first bathed endogenous neural stem cells (NSCs), which are stem cells found within adult brains, in extracts of a chemical found in turmeric. Amazingly, they observed...
New York emergency dispatchers restricted from saying 'Ebola' over radioBy J. D. Heyes, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) Political correctness is now taking over policy-making when it comes to dealing with the Ebola virus in the United States, as evidenced, in part, by a new rule imposed on 911 dispatchers in New York City.
According to reports, dispatchers have now been ordered not to use the word "Ebola" over the radio, and instead have been instructed to use code to indicate that units are responding to potential victims of the deadly virus.
The New York Post reports that a New York City Fire...
Secrets to hair rejuvenationBy Angelo Druda, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) An ancient Chinese medical text quotes the following: "When blood is exuberant, the hair is moist, sleek and lustrous".
The blood is the hair's food. So there must be an abundant quantity of high quality, pure blood to feed the hair. There must also be strong circulation to ensure that sufficient quantities of blood can counteract the earth's gravity and make it to those follicles up at the highest periphery of the body.
In some, hair loss is genetically predetermined. In a great...
Why eating healthy doesn't always result in the health you desireBy Derek Henry, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) When deciding to finally become healthy, one of the first things we evaluate and change is the food we put in our mouth. After all, nutrition is the fuel our body runs on and to get premium results we need the best fuel, right? Turns out that is only partly true, as many people are figuring out that all the great food they are now eating after decades of digestive abuse isn't translating into the health they imagined. There's a perfectly legitimate reason, and your understanding and...
Low-level radiation causes death and disease in wildlife near FukushimaBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) How can a nuclear reactor meltdown in Japan affect ecosystems, plant and animal life, and even insects on the other side of the world? What are we doing right now that could ultimately impact someone else's future on an entirely different continent? What are we doing to the earth that could eventually come back to harm us? In what ways are our decisions and actions impacting others -- how are we connected as one consciousness?
The collective craving for nuclear energy, the escalating...
$25 billion hedge fund manager warns of catastrophic risk of EMP attackBy J. D. Heyes, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) The billionaire CEO and founder of Elliott Management hedge fund, Paul Singer, who manages $25 billion worth of client funds, is quite the prophet.
In 37 years, his fund has only had two down years. Indeed, on average, his fund has an annual return of 14 percent, and that compares very favorably to the 10.8 percent for the S&P 500 as a whole.
One of Singer's more recent claims to fame was his public warning about the housing crash and subsequent global economic and financial crisis...
Natural cures for vaginal yeast infectionsBy Kali Sinclair, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) Vaginal yeast infections are almost always a symptom of systemic yeast. If you find a natural cure works and you soon have symptoms again, it's time rid yourself of Candida overgrowth.
There are many options for treating vaginal yeast infections. Some are messy, some are soothing, and some are downright uncomfortable.
Natural cures include:
GarlicColloidal SilverTea tree oil Oil of OreganoUndecylenic AcidCoconut oil & Neem oil
Apple Cider VinegarGarlicGarlic is a time honored...
Yoga found to benefit dementia patients as well as their caregiversBy Antonia, October 20 2014
(NaturalNews) Yoga provides people with a multitude of benefits to their overall health, improving everything from mood and circulation to energy levels and aches. While most people are aware of this, they may not be privy to the fact that it's also been shown to help those suffering from dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease. (1) Furthermore, it's even been found to help caregivers who are helping those with such diseases. (1)
A UK study found that a blend of techniques...
ALERT: U.S. Army researchers at USAMRIID confirm Ebola variant was airborne in 1990By Mike Adams, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) U.S. Army virologists working at USAMRIID (U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases)  confirmed in 1990 that a strain of Ebola was airborne and could spread through air ducts, resembling the contagiousness of the flu.
Details of the airborne transmission and the "nuking" of all the primates in an entire research center are detailed beginning on page 273 of The Hot Zone by Richard Preston, a non-fiction documentary book based on dozens of detailed interviews...
Ebola debate in USA now driven by the madness of politics, not medical realitiesBy Mike Adams, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) The rapidly spreading Ebola pandemic has just taken a turn for the worse in the United States, where politics are now driving the conversation. Widespread concern over a level-4 biohazard outbreak in Texas has now given way to mass polarization as those on the political left have gravitated toward the irrational position that a BSL-4 hot virus in the continental United States is no big deal.
"Don't worry about Ebola. Get your flu shot instead!" has become one of the many bizarre...
FDA actively blocking fast Ebola detection technology in AmericaBy J. D. Heyes, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Common sense would lead you to believe that the U.S. government would be doing everything in its power, now that Ebola has reached American shores, to combat the deadly virus. But if you assumed that, you would be mistaken.
Most people don't know that there is an Ebola screening machine; it is currently available to the U.S military, and the military is using it now. So why aren't U.S. hospitals using it? Because government guidelines prevent hospitals from doing so.
Reverse 911 calls alert Dallas residents: 'Your neighbor has Ebola'By J. D. Heyes, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Dallas health authorities are doing a poor job of alleviating fears over Ebola, as a sort of reverse 911 automated telephone call "alerted" hundreds of people in recent days with this chilling message: "Your neighbor has Ebola."
The Huffington Post reported that every address within a four-block radius of the nurse, Nina Pham, 26, in Northeast Dallas received phone calls on October 12 after she became the second person in the city -- and the U.S. -- to test positive for the virus...
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