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Ebola nightmare scenario unfolds: Infected nurse takes commercial flight with 132 passengers; plane makes 5 more flights

By Mike Adams, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) A nightmare scenario for Ebola just unfolded today in the United States as a second nurse was confirmed to have traveled on a commercial flight while infected with Ebola. During the flight, the nurse was running a fever, and no one knows whether she might have infected other passengers. Here's what we know so far: • Flight 1143 flew from Cleveland to Dallas-Fort Worth on an Airbus A320, carrying 132 passengers. • All 132 passengers may have been exposed to Ebola from...

Second Dallas nurse infected with Ebola flew on plane with fever before reporting symptoms

By J. D. Heyes, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) A second nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for the Ebola virus, as state and federal health officials grapple with containing the disease following serious missteps by the government's infectious disease agency. To make matters worse, The Washington Post reported, the worker had a fever of 99.5 F before going aboard a commercial airliner on October 13, two days before her diagnosis and a day before she reported her symptoms to supervisors...

Ebola front lines: 79,940 more body bags needed in Liberia

By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) As Halloween approaches in America, with all its scary, fake costumes, decorative tombstones and thoughts of death, West Africans are scrambling to survive a truly frightening, life-and-death pandemic. Many questions remain unanswered surrounding the mysterious Ebola, which is haunting West Africa like a ghost and threatening to unleash its terror on nations around the world. On October 10, the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in Liberia detailed a long list of needs over the...

New study reveals that up to 12% of Ebola cases are asymptomatic past 21 days

By David Gutierrez, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) As many as 12 percent of Ebola patients may not show symptoms for more than 21 days after infection, thereby rendering current quarantine practices unacceptably short, according to a new analysis conducted by pathogen transmission expert Charles Haas of Drexel University, and published in the journal PLOS Currents: Outbreaks. A disease's incubation period is the time that passes between initial infection and when a person begins to show symptoms. Because previous studies have suggested...

Obama says can't get Ebola from bus; CDC says avoid public trans; contaminated taxis infect people in Liberia

By Ethan A. Huff, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Anyone still taking cues from the federal government about how to deal with the prospect of contracting Ebola is going to have a difficult time making sense of all the contradicting information. On Thursday, Barack Obama told West Africans that it is impossible to catch Ebola while riding the bus, which contradicts Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advice urging folks to "avoid public transportation" for their own safety. In a recent video message, Obama plainly stated...

Medical doctor cures herself of multiple sclerosis naturally

By Jonathan Landsman, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Can multiple sclerosis (MS) be cured? The National Multiple Sclerosis Society says 'not yet'. Dr. Otis W. Brawley, chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society admits that "available treatments of primary and secondary progressive MS are of limited efficacy and have significant side effects." Yet, despite this gloomy outlook by conventional medicine, Dr. Terry Wahls cured herself of MS naturally without toxic medications. Drugs are NOT the answer! The average MS patient...

CDC chief admits he should have done more to contain first U.S. Ebola case

By J. D. Heyes, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) When President George W. Bush was a couple of days "late" -- or so his political opponents said -- in ordering the Federal Emergency Management Agency into action following Hurricane Katrina in 2005, he was savaged in the media and in public opinion polls. Of course, the bad polling was being driven by a hostile media in the first place -- one that had never portrayed Bush in a favorable light, because, ideologically, most media members and Bush were polar opposites. Nevertheless...

52% of the world's animals have died off in just four decades

By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) While it is common knowledge that living unsustainably has its consequences, that hasn't prevented the majority of the world from excessively over consuming its limited resources. A recent report by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) presents us with a stark reminder of the impact that humans are having on the planet, with statistics repugnant enough to make your heart sink. For quite some time, Natural News has reported on the decline of marine life along the West Coast and other...

Relaxation is not just for the lazy, turns out it has incredible health benefits

By Antonia, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) In today's fast-paced, deadline-driven times, relaxation seems more of a fantasy or unnecessary luxury that only the lazy covet. However, research shows that relaxation is far from a way to put off work or disengage from society forever; it's necessary for maintaining physical and mental health. Not relaxing enough has been linked to health complications ranging from increased dementia risks to heart problems. (1) "There are studies to show that stress is comparable to other risk...

Could Ebola testing provide false negative results?

By Ethan A. Huff, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) A major tenet of the mainstream Ebola narrative is that the chances of a false negative -- that is, the likelihood that an Ebola victim erroneously tests negative for the virus -- are extremely slim. But there are several major statistical flaws in this assumption which suggest that false negatives are much more likely to occur in the real world than health officials are leading us all to believe. While it is generally recognized that no test is ever 100% accurate, the statistics...

The hidden dangers of wireless baby monitors

By Zach C. Miller, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) In the modern, technological world of today, our availability, connectivity and internet accessibility improve with each passing year. While our modern devices and the wireless networks that support them make life easier and more convenient, they unfortunately carry some hidden costs. And these costs come as chronic risks to our health. EMF radiation carries numerous documented health risks for people of all ages, but children and babies are especially vulnerable to invisible wireless...

Mystery respiratory disease spreads to 40 states across USA

By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) A healthcare system that relies solely on vaccines to treat and prevent disease is a concept sure to fail. In the wild, viruses continuously mutate, often resulting in the creation of deadly pathogens. Similar to plants, animals and humans, viruses are shaped by natural section, a process that favors an organism's fitness, or its ability to survive. The best protection against these unfortunate, but natural processes is a healthy, strong immune system, as our bodies can't possibly...

Leading expert warns that brains are shrinking, offers tips on building healthier 'organ of connection'

By Raw Michelle, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) According to Dr. Drew Ramsey, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and author of Fifty Shades of Kale, "We have changed our diet so much in the past 100 years that the human brain is actually no shrinking." However, he explains that, with every meal we eat, the opportunity exists to make it significantly healthier. (1) "We worry about obesity and heart disease and cancer," he says, "but really... the biggest benefit...

Hospital evacuated, plane put into lockdown over Ebola scares

By J. D. Heyes, October 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Fear of Ebola is quickly spreading across the country on the heels of the first domestic death from the disease and on news that a second American has contracted the virus. Fear boiled over on October 12 when health officials were dispatched to the Los Angeles International Airport, as well as a hospital in Boston, after reports suggested that two more people had the disease. As reported by Britain's Daily Mail, the Harvard Vanguard Medical Center in Braintree, Mass., was evacuated...

Relieve PMS with these foods, herbs, vitamins, and supplements

By Kali Sinclair, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Suddenly you realize there's a little black cloud over your head. Or maybe it's a big one. Things that usually don't bother you are getting on your very last nerve. You're not sure if you want to pick a fight or cry. Before you tell your boss what you really think of him or confront your significant other about his shortcomings, stop and check the calendar. Is this PMS? Is "estrogen poisoning" ruining your day? If that's the problem, there are supplement and herbs you can use to get...

America's expanding vulnerability to Ebola outbreak depicted in Natural News infographic

By Mike Adams, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Despite all the false assurances of government and health officials, an Ebola outbreak is now under way in the United States. The outbreak is actively spreading in Dallas, Texas, where disastrous failures in containment protocols allowed "patient zero" Thomas Duncan to expose over 100 people (medical staff and patients) to possible Ebola infections. As with many topics, the U.S. government remains in a state of total denial about Ebola and seems to have prioritized "keeping people...

Ebola outbreak spreads in Dallas hospital as second nurse confirmed infected

By Mike Adams, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) An Ebola virus which government authorities have repeatedly assured us all would never come to America in the first place is now spreading uncontrolled through medical staff members of the Dallas hospital where "patient zero" Thomas Duncan was being treated. "A second Dallas hospital worker who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, pointing to lapses beyond how one individual may have donned and removed personal protective...

Shock W.H.O. report: Ebola has 42-day incubation period, not 21 days!

By Mike Adams, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) A jaw-dropping report released by the World Health Organization on October 14, 2014 reveals that 1 in 20 Ebola infections has an incubation period longer than the 21 days which has been repeatedly claimed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. This may be the single most important -- and blatantly honest -- research report released by any official body since the beginning of the Ebola outbreak. The WHO's "Ebola situation assessment" report, found here, explains that only 95% of...

70 medical staff treated Thomas Duncan in Dallas; 21-day countdown now underway

By Jonathan Benson, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Dozens of staff members from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas came into direct contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian national who became the first Ebola victim to die in the U.S. The Associated Press (AP) says roughly 70 healthcare workers from the hospital were involved in the care of Duncan, including nurse Nina Pham, who has now been confirmed as the first case of Ebola being contracted in the U.S. Medical records provided by Duncan's family to the AP reveal...

5,700 hospitals in the United States; only four have biohazard isolation units suitable for Ebola patients

By Ethan A. Huff, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) The mouthpiece of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Thomas Frieden, thinks Americans should calm down about the whole Ebola outbreak and just trust the government. In the event of more Ebola cases, he recently stated, the CDC is now considering simply shipping patients off to one of the four facilities in the U.S. equipped with Ebola-ready isolation units. Except that these four units have a combined total of just 19 available beds suited for Ebola patients...

CDC director now 'rethinking' Ebola strategy that he previously claimed was bulletproof

By J. D. Heyes, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Once upon a time in the not too distant past, top U.S. health officials and politicians were telling Americans that they had nothing to worry about regarding the spread of Ebola to the United States. Now, after two people in the U.S. have contracted the virus and one has already died, officials are singing a different tune. Dr. Thomas Frieden, head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and one of the top officials who, just weeks ago, said Americans had little...

Three medicinal mushrooms that are proven to fight disease

By Michael Ravensthorpe, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) The world's greatest healing systems have long revered the medicinal power of edible mushrooms. In ancient Chinese and Indian medicine, for instance, mushrooms were often prescribed to individuals suffering from a wide range of conditions ranging from fatigue to serious degenerative diseases. In Europe, mushrooms were beloved for their significant healing properties, which were often attributed to their dense concentrations of essential nutrients. As drug-based medicine continued...

Ebola primed to go airborne, warns virologist

By Jonathan Benson, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) The first case of Ebola transferring from person-to-person within the U.S. has been confirmed, and one university professor argues that the deadly hemorrhagic virus is now ready to go airborne. Dr. David Sanders from Purdue University in Indiana says that, because the lungs have already been shown to receive Ebola, it is only a matter of time before the virus mutates to become transmissible through the air. "It can enter the lung from the airway side," said Dr. Sanders about the...

4,500 people per month enter the US from Ebola-stricken nations

By Jonathan Benson, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) It has now been confirmed that tens of thousands of people from West Africa come to the U.S. every month, and many of them are still not being properly screened for Ebola prior to entry. As many as 150 people per day, or 4,500 per month, continue to make their way into the country, says Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Tom Frieden, but Americans don't need to worry -- the government has everything under control. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary...

Dry skin brushing can strengthen immunity, spark detoxification and reverse the hands of time

By Carolanne Wright, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Long used in Ayurveda, dry skin brushing is a powerful -- yet exceptionally economical -- healing therapy. Upon first glance, the practice may not seem like much. We may question how a quick session of brushing the skin can provide such impressive results as heightened immunity, reduction of cellulite and overall detoxification. As unlikely as it may seen, dry skin brushing delivers all of the above and more. With this straightforward technique, you are on your way to glowing health...

Corn can be bred to be rich in vitamin A naturally, without the use of questionable GMO technology

By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Amazing news came from Purdue University this week regarding the discovery of a certain set of genes that can help makes us all healthier, while still enjoying one of the world's most favored foods: corn. The individuals who volunteered to be the first test subjects to eat genetically modified (GM) bananas that contain more vitamin A may certainly want to read this latest report. Researchers at Purdue successfully identified a set of genes responsible for naturally boosting the...

Ebola will be in Britain by Christmas, warns Health Secretary

By J. D. Heyes, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) Britain's health secretary is warning that the Ebola virus will arrive in his country by Christmas, as he announced a new initiative to begin screening passengers for the deadly virus at London's Heathrow Airport. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that passengers from at-risk countries will have temperatures taken, complete a risk questionnaire and have all of their contact details taken by government health screeners. Hunt said screening at the Gatwick Airport and at Eurostar terminals...

48-year-old cures high blood pressure, heart palpitations by maintaining this food protocol

By Lance Johnson, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) I recently got to sit down with a 48-year-old man from Illinois who used to struggle with high blood pressure and overall hypertension. He remembers experiencing intermittent heart palpitations and episodes of intense heart racing when bending over and standing up quickly. About 15 years ago, his doctor had him on high blood pressure medication. The medication only eased the symptoms but never healed him. At one point, he recalls the medication making him feel worse. The list of side...

Ebola waste disposal contract given to company that was fined for illegally dumping aborted babies in landfill

By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) There are so many unborn babies being discarded in the world today that some are now being illegally shoveled into landfills right along with household waste. One waste disposal company was caught doing this in 2011, trying to cut corners and save money. How is their morbid business practice reprimanded? Just a few years later, the company responsible is awarded the special privilege of hauling away high-risk Ebola waste from the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Apparently...

5 DIY therapeutic baths that can change your life for the better

By Carolanne Wright, October 15 2014
(NaturalNews) If you feel that your health could use a boost, or you need a little extra care, a healing soak is one of the best ways to regain equilibrium, shed toxins and calm the mind. A perfect medium for children and adults alike, therapeutic baths not only help you relax but also gently balance the system. View any health spa menu and you will usually find an array of different healing soaks. From weight loss to detoxification and anti-aging, the variety available is impressive. All the...

How to construct an emergency Ebola isolation room in your own home after the hospitals are overrun

By Mike Adams, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) There are 5,723 hospitals in the United States, and only four of them have level-4 biohazard isolation facilities. The other 5,719 are just "regular" hospitals with rooms that are no more secure against Ebola than your own bedroom, most likely. Because the Ebola outbreak continues to spread out of control, it is becoming increasingly likely that hospitals will be completely overwhelmed very early in the pandemic. Just one patient, Thomas Duncan, already shut down the entire emergency...

Huh? Ebola vaccine not being tested against Ebola

By Mike Adams, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Before long, we are all going to be inundated with a mainstream media propaganda campaign that demands we all accept an Ebola vaccine. Right now, a vaccine has already entered human trials in Africa, reports NBC News. [1] The vaccine was developed by the NIH, and the clinical trial is being run by the University of Maryland. But there's huge problem in all this: the vaccine won't be tested against Ebola. It will be "approved" by the FDA in record time without ever being shown to...

Health Ranger to launch revolutionary EMP-proof technology delivering sustainability breakthroughs for food, water, nutrition and medicine

By Mike Adams, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) In the first quarter of 2015, I'll be launching a new "low-tech technology" solution that will become an instant must-have among people who want to be more self-reliant. The timing of the Ebola outbreak makes this solution even more urgent, so I'm shifting my present priorities to really focus on this project and complete all the R&D and manufacturing steps necessary to bring this to the world as soon as possible. While it's too early to reveal the exact nature of this invention...

NIH pushing to vaccinate entire countries with Ebola vaccine

By Ethan A. Huff, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Everything that the alternative media has been warning about concerning the Ebola epidemic is now coming true, including that this latest disease scare would eventually be used by the U.S. government to push more drugs and vaccines on the gullible public. The director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), recently spilled the beans to members of the Canadian press about a major component of...

WHO finally admits sneezing and coughing can spread Ebola

By Ethan A. Huff, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) As Ebola continues to spread, the official story about how it is spreading keeps on changing. The World Health Organization (WHO) now says that Ebola can spread through the air via moisture released through sneezing and coughing, a powerful admission that exposes the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which says this isn't possible, as a fraud. Corroborating its position with convincing scientific evidence, WHO now officially recognizes that, in some cases, Ebola can...

Of U.S. children, 33% attend schools in high-risk chemical 'danger zones'

By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Kids in Danger Zones, the title of a report exposing the nearly 20 million school children that are at risk of being affected by a chemical disaster took five years to compile, researchers say. Released in September by the Center for Effective Government (CEG), the report [PDF] identifies the number children who attend a school located within the "self-reported vulnerability zone" of over 3,400 high-risk chemical facilities in the U.S. The Vulnerable Zone Indicator System operates...

Amaranth: a gluten-free grain rich in protein and minerals

By Michael Ravensthorpe, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Amaranth is a broad-leafed plant that is native to the southern half of North America. It is part of the Amaranthaceae family of flowering plants, which also includes beets, Swiss chard, spinach and quinoa, and is characterized by its rapid growing speed and competitive nature. In fact, amaranth is so aggressive that many American gardeners regard it as nothing more than a noxious weed that does little but threaten the livelihood of other, less invasive plants. This is unfortunate...

World 'ill-prepared' for Ebola outbreak that's 'rising exponentially' warns WHO

By J. D. Heyes, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) The head of the World Health Organization has said that the current Ebola outbreak is the "most severe acute health emergency in modern times," as the disease continues to ravage West Africa and has spread to its second victim in the United States. WHO Director-General Margaret Chan says the epidemic proves that "the world is ill-prepared to respond to any severe, sustained, and threatening public health emergency," in a statement to a regional health conference in Manila, the Philippine...

FDA approves experimental use of antiviral drug for Ebola, but still won't allow testing with colloidal silver or Echinacea

By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Right now, speculators are bubbling with anticipation, as drug company stocks are set to make impressive gains. Ever since Thomas Eric Duncan was quarantined at a Dallas hospital, it was only a matter of time before he would be subjected to new experimental drugs. Not long thereafter, the US FDA approved Chimerix's new experimental drug brincidofovir, to be exclusively used on Duncan. Isn't it amazing how fast these new pharmacological brews are whipped up each time there is a hyped...

Fight food waste by reusing these commonly discarded food parts

By Raw Michelle, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) According to the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization, 842 million people worldwide are malnourished, and every day, 25,000 die from starvation. Thinking that it's not an issue in developed countries like the United States is an inaccurate assumption, as one in seven families experiences food insecurity in the U.S. (1) Still, it's not uncommon to see dumpsters sitting near grocery stores and food establishments that are overflowing with food scraps, many of which are...

Protesters clashed with police to try to save 'Ebola dog' from forced euthanasia

By David Gutierrez, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Spanish protesters clashed with police on October 6, in an ultimately unsuccessful attempt to prevent authorities from euthanizing the dog of the first person to acquire Ebola within the country. The 12-year-old rescue dog, named Excalibur, belonged to Spanish nurse Maria Teresa Romero Ramos, who became the first person to contract Ebola in Europe during the course of caring for a Spanish missionary who had contracted the disease in Africa. Ramos is currently undergoing treatment...

Legacy radium continues to contaminate U.S. cities, costing millions in clean-up and healthcare costs

By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) A radioactive metal once admired in the early 1900s is now the source of deadly health and environmental impacts that are financially burdening individual states and the federal government. Humans seem to have always been impressed by shiny objects, making the discovery of radium particular exciting with its glow-in-the-dark properties. Soon after French physicist Marie Curie discovered the radioactive, silver-white metal in 1898, manufacturers wasted no time in putting it to use...

Deodorants and antiperspirants may actually increase offensive odor in addition to wreaking havoc on health

By Antonia, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) It's no secret that common deodorants, while they smell fragrant and have pleasant-sounding names that make people feel as though they are rugged warriors or living in the tropics, are filled with body-damaging chemicals. Namely, aluminum compounds, parabens and phthalates are ingredients in many kinds of antiperspirants and deodorants designed to act as preservatives while also fending off offensive odors. (1) These chemicals, however, are linked to having unsettling health consequences...

CDC makes no effort to isolate or help Dallas man who was exposed to Ebola patient

By David Gutierrez, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) A Dallas man potentially exposed to Ebola has revealed that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have not clarified whether he is allowed to go outdoors. "The CDC came on Tuesday, the day it was confirmed Thomas had Ebola," 43-year-old Aaron Yah, a friend of Ebola patient Thomas Duncan, said to Daily Mail Online. "They told me that the children should not go to school until 17 October. But it was not really confirmed to me that I should stay indoors. I don't know...

Debt collectors track subprime loan borrowers, disable vehicles to punish poor for late payments

By J. D. Heyes, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Technology in the Digital Age continues to be used as a sledgehammer against the public, even as it is ostensibly being developed to "serve mankind." The latest? Lenders disabling your car remotely if you miss too many payments, regardless of your reasons for doing so (even if they happen to be pretty good -- like if you haven't worked in months). The New York Times detailed one of the more distressing cases involving this new technology: The thermometer showed a 103.5-degree...

Hands-on initiative aims to enhance health curriculum, allows young students to report about health topics

By Antonia, October 14 2014
(NaturalNews) Marian Uhlman, a former health reporter with The Philadelphia Inquirer who played a role in getting obesity to the forefront of minds, has started Healthy NewsWorks, an effort designed to increase awareness about health among young students. (1) The idea is that health journalism is integrated in school curricula where students take on the role of a journalist, allowing them to write stories based on their interviews with public figures ranging from civil leaders to chefs. They focus...

Mathematics of the Ebola outbreak reveal near-impossibility of global containment: it's already too late

By Mike Adams, October 13 2014
(NaturalNews) In a piece entitled "The ominous math of the Ebola epidemic," the Washington Post has published an article that everyone should study. The article explores the undeniable mathematical reality of an Ebola outbreak which is doubling its reach every 3-4 weeks. Current analysis shows that Ebola infects 1.5 - 2.0 new people for every new infection, and the cycle time on this is less than 30 days. This means that the number of people infected with Ebola is growing by roughly 150% - 200%...

Consumer Wellness Center announces Holly Moran Nutrition Education Grant Program; applications now open for 2014

By Mike Adams, October 13 2014
(NaturalNews) As the executive director of the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center, I'm thrilled to bring you this announcement today: The Consumer Wellness Center (CWC), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting nutrition as a way to prevent disease and enhance human health and longevity, announces its seventh annual Nutrition Education Grant Program. This year it is named the Holly Moran Grant in honor of one of its cherished original members, Holly Moran, whose life was dedicated to...

ABC News echoes Ebola transmission warnings issued by Natural News weeks ago

By Mike Adams, October 13 2014
(NaturalNews) ABC News chief health and medical editor Dr. Richard Besser is now asking the very same questions I've been raising here on Natural News as the Health Ranger. In an article published on the ABC affiliate WFAA website [1], it's now reported that "Besser said he does not agree with the Centers for Disease Control, which says any U.S. hospital can safely care for an Ebola patient." Dr. Besser goes on to call for Ebola patients to be treated in level-4 biohazard facilities where staff...

Have 'FEMA coffins' been stockpiled to meet CDC requirements for disposing of bodies during a pandemic?

By J. D. Heyes, October 13 2014
(NaturalNews) On Thursday, Oct. 9, just a day after the first U.S. Ebola patient, Thomas Duncan, died in a Dallas hospital, Silvia Burwell, head of the Department of Health and Human Resources, dropped a metaphoric bomb on the country. Speaking to reporters at a media breakfast in Washington, D.C., Burwell admitted what Natural News editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has been saying all along: The reality is, there could be more cases of the deadly disease around the country. "We had one case...



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