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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...
US medical facilities can really only handle a few dozen Ebola patientsBy Jonathan Benson, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) In the event of a large-scale Ebola outbreak in the U.S., the Nebraska Medical Center, where Ebola victim Dr. Rick Sacra was successfully treated, is fully equipped with a special biocontainment unit to treat infected patients and prevent further infection. But this unit, the largest of just four in the entire country, can only ideally handle about two patients -- and 10 at most!
This is hardly enough beds to deal with the onslaught of patients that would emerge during an actual...
Liberia collapses into 'economic hell' as panicked population abandons farm fields and factoriesBy Ethan A. Huff, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Ebola is now spreading so fast in West Africa, and causing so much death so quickly, that the regional economy is on the verge of a total collapse. The Washington Post (WP) reports that Liberia, the hardest-hit Ebola country, is now teetering over a chasm of "economic hell," as locals increasingly skip work to avoid infection.
Factory workers, farmers and many others with important daily duties simply aren't showing up to work, which means that goods and services, as well as food...
What's the best water to drink while on a detox?By Kali Sinclair, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Earth is the water planet. Oceans, rivers, lakes, streams--water abounds. Unfortunately, most of it is polluted. Our industries use our waterways to dump their waste; industrial farming pollutants leach into waterways and ground water. Even jet fuel is found in our water--in well water and municipal water. Mercury pollutes our rivers, streams, and lakes. Fracking is dumping chemicals into groundwater.
We treat water to remove as many pollutants as possible, to make our dirty water...
California proposes new restriction on widely used pesticide to protect health and environmentBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) Pesticide manufacturers reached an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to stop the sale of chlorpyrifos, a powerful toxicant used as an insecticide in homes, lawns and gardens more than 14 years ago, due to associated health risks, according to a written report by Beyond Pesticides [PDF].
Chlorpyrifos are banned for use in homes, except in containers with treated baits. The organophosphate insecticide, a chemical created by Dow AgroSciences in 1965, is shockingly...
Rand Paul criticizes Obama Administration's Ebola response, says President is downplaying epidemicBy J. D. Heyes, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) In a recent interview on Philadelphia talk radio station 1210 WPHT, potential 2016 presidential contender Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, talked with host Dom Giordano about the current outbreak of Ebola in the United States and how the federal government is handling its spread.
In his interview, Paul said the manner in which the outbreak crisis is being handled by President Obama reflects badly on him and his Democrat Party, and will likely play into the midterm elections next month...
If Ebola isn't airborne, then how did the NBC News cameraman catch it?By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 19 2014
(NaturalNews) It was no joke when American NBC News freelancer Ashoka Mukpo started coming down with symptoms of Ebola on October 1. The symptoms set in just one day after he was hired to be a cameraman for NBC News Chief Medical Editor Correspondent, Dr. Nancy Snyderman. One day after Mukpo came down with symptoms, he was formally tested for Ebola. On October 2, NBC News confirmed that Mukpo had tested positive for Ebola virus in Liberia. A day before Mukpo started showing symptoms, Dr. Synderman...
Learn how to breathe properly and experience surprising health benefitsBy Michael Edwards, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The simplest thing we do, the one thing we don't even have to think about, is something almost everyone is doing wrong. Breathing correctly is one of the most important practices one can do for their health. It's life changing. It's so simple, so easy, yet so overlooked, so underestimated, and so underappreciated.
Most people breathe rapidly with shallow breaths. We raise our shoulders, pull in our diaphragm, and take a breath that fills only the top portion of our lungs. This is...
Ebola pandemic brings out mental illness of establishment mediaBy Mike Adams, October 18 2014
(NaturalNews) The only thing spreading faster than the global pandemic outbreak right now is the mental illness it seems to invoke across the establishment media. The principle of isolation, a fundamental tool for halting any outbreak, is now being widely and repeatedly described in the leftist media as "racist." (See video below.)
What we are being told by the media now is essentially that people with dark skin like Thomas Duncan should never be kept in medical isolation because that would be...
Cornucopia Institute identifies industrial factory farms illegally passing off meat as 'organic'By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 9 2014
(NaturalNews) In a food market driven by money, greed and power, our only hope for access to clean, sustainable and humanely treated food are watchdog groups whose sole purpose is to keep the industry under a microscope.
That's exactly what The Cornucopia Institute does -- a relentless organic watchdog group whose mission is to "draw attention to and rein in abuses from the rise of factory farm confinement dairy operations in organic agriculture."
The organic watchdog group spotlights factory...
Thousands of Americans stranded aboard cruise ship with quarantined Dallas health worker exposed to EbolaBy Ethan A. Huff, October 18 2014
(NaturalNews) In breaking news, a lab technician who processed blood and other fluid samples from Thomas Eric Duncan, the first known Ebola victim to arrive unexpectedly on U.S. soil, is currently being quarantined on a Carnival cruise ship after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) contacted the company to notify it of a potential disease breach.
The unidentified woman is currently under voluntary quarantine in one of the ship's cabins, along with a travel mate, as the leisure...
Proposed EPA rule would require dentists to prevent mercury, toxic metals from going down the drainBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Introduced by French dentists who immigrated to the U.S. in 1833, the use of amalgam as a dental restoration material became popular as blacksmiths, barbers and tradesman easily made it from the fillings of silver coins and other metals. Adding liquid mercury helped to amalgamate the mixture of metals, resulting in a plug soft enough to apply to a decaying tooth.
Aware of the dangers of mercury, even in the 1800s, a group of medical dentists called the American Society of Dental...
Loss of smell is an often overlooked condition that can be detrimental to healthBy Antonia, October 18 2014
(NaturalNews) When it comes to senses, eyesight and hearing are typically the ones that receive a great deal of attention.
Articles about techniques to improve eyesight include everything from eating healthier foods to taking computer breaks in order to reduce eye strain.
To protect hearing, people are urged to wear ear plugs in high-decibel situations such as operating a mower or even a high-speed blender. In fact, noise pollution has gained increasing amounts of awareness through the years...
Organic fruits and veggies improve mental health as well as physical wellbeingBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 18 2014
(NaturalNews) Mental well-being is something many of us probably don't think too much about, likely because many of us have it. But for those of us that don't, defining what that means and understanding its impact on our lives is crucial to discovering true happiness, or contentment, which some experts argue is even better.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines mental well-being as having a positive perspective of one's life, shaped by good living conditions, employment...
Top 4 herbs that lower blood pressure quicklyBy Sandeep Godiyal, October 18 2014
(NaturalNews) High blood pressure is a particularly scary health condition to have. Also known as hypertension, high blood pressure often has no symptoms at all, so an individual might not realize just how unhealthy they are until they go for a routine checkup at their physician and discover that they have high blood pressure.
To make matters worse, many of the medications that are typically prescribed for this condition can have side effects that are unpleasant or that affect the individual's...
Ebola outbreak projections for the United States defy CDC's false assurancesBy Mike Adams, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) After watching the testimony of CDC director Tom Frieden (and others) before a congressional committee today, it is abundantly obvious that no official source is going to tell the truth about the realistic danger of an exploding Ebola outbreak in the United States. Under the leadership of Frieden, the CDC has reached a state of delusional denial that staggers the mind, continuing to insist that Ebola cannot be spread through indirect contact (i.e. via contaminated surfaces).
Dallas County prepares for 'very real possibility' of more Ebola casesBy J. D. Heyes, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) With a third person in the Dallas area now infected with the Ebola virus, local officials say they are gearing up to handle more patients, as Texas Gov. Rick Perry contemplates declaring a local emergency.
Such a declaration would free up state funds that could be used to help provide more equipment and resources, as well as pay overtime for hospital staff and emergency services, Reuters reported October 15, adding:
The Dallas County Commissioners Court is set [October 16] to...
United Airlines attempts to track down hundreds of passengers who were exposed to EbolaBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The first stray Ebola patient to enter the US, identified as Thomas Eric Duncan, flew into the country undetected on United Airlines Flight 951. The previous week he had been helping an Ebola-afflicted pregnant woman in Liberia. No one recognized this as Duncan left Liberia, and his eventual entry into the US didn't raise any red flags either.
After leaving Liberia, Duncan headed to Brussels, boarding United Airlines Flight 951. From there, he zipped his way across the Atlantic Ocean...
CDC Ebola protocol fails again as another Dallas hospital worker tests positive for deadly diseaseBy Ethan A. Huff, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The federal government is once again to blame for potentially exposing hundreds of additional Americans to Ebola. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told nurse Amber Jay Vinson, the second known case of Ebola in the U.S., that she could safely fly from Cleveland, Ohio, to Dallas, Texas, because her fever was below the official 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit threshold, only to later find out that she actually has Ebola.
Vinson, who provided care for the now-deceased...
Top ways to keep the body and the environment as healthy as possibleBy Antonia, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) With so much competition between brands, many of which cleverly phrase product names and ingredients in misleading ways, it's often hard to keep track of what's truly healthy anymore. Labeling often has mixed messages; for example, we've reported on the fact that the FDA doesn't have a set standard on the definition of "all natural," which basically means that virtually anything may be going into what people drink, eat and put on their skin. (1)
Trying to sort it out can be frustrating...
New CDC Ebola requirements to bankrupt U.S. hospitalsBy J. D. Heyes, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) After failing for months to prepare the U.S. for the eventual arrival of Ebola, the federal government and, in particular, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are scrambling to put a plan in place, now that a third person in the country has been diagnosed with the disease.
Only, as so often happens, costly new federal requirements are being imposed on private industry -- hospitals in this case -- which could end up harming the very institutions necessary to treat and...
CDC: You can't get Ebola from sitting on a bus, but patients can spread virus via public transportationBy J. D. Heyes, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, once thought to be the gold standard agency for identification and control of infectious diseases, is losing its luster. Millions of Americans once respected the agency as a paragon of virtue, inhabited by the world's most renowned experts in infectious disease identification and control.
But those perceptions are changing -- rapidly -- as the agency chief and his staffers continue to make misstatements and errors in judgment while...
Certain foods linked to feelings of anger and agression while others work to control anger, ease stressBy Raw Michelle, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Whether it's sitting in traffic or dealing with mounting frustrations in the workplace, everyone feels angry from time to time. However, exhibiting too much of this strong emotion, while it may seem to be a feel-good outlet, can negatively impact health. Anger is linked to muscle tightness, flushed skin, stress and increases in both blood pressure and heart rate. Psychologically, many times anger turns into resentment, which leads to holding a grudge for long periods of time, harboring...
Doctors warn that 80% of patients are contaminated with high levels of toxic mercuryBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Mercury is one of the most toxic heavy metals known to man and is categorized as one of the top 10 most dangerous chemicals by the World Health Organization.
Despite knowing the health risks associated with mercury for over 100 years, the toxic heavy metal is steadily finding its way into our systems in forms that could be prevented.
Dental amalgam fillings and seafood are the two most common sources of mercury exposure, with the fillings containing up to 50% mercury and the rest...
Are US biowarfare labs behind the Ebola epidemic?By J. D. Heyes, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) There is growing speculation that the United States may be responsible for the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, specifically Liberia and Sierra Leone, which are two countries known to host US biological warfare labs.
In a recent interview with RIA Novosti, Francis Boyle, a professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, speculated that perhaps the virus might have been purposefully introduced as a way of testing and developing a bioweapon.
"US government agencies have...
Four signs that you are letting yourself be controlled by other peopleBy Mike Bundrant, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Who wants to be subtly controlled by other people and larger systems?
It seems that lots of people do. Yet, few come right out and admit it. In fact, if you have a desire to be controlled, chances are nearly 100% that you are hiding this desire from yourself. It's buried deep!
How do you uncover it, then?
Look at your behavior. Trace the behavior's origin and connect the dots. This is something that most mental health professionals cannot do with you, unfortunately. But you'll...
Research says gratitude can reverse aging, stress and ill healthBy Carolanne Wright, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) With all the doom and gloom in the world, it seems as though everywhere we turn, there's one crisis or another. And although it's crucial to be well-informed and prepared in these modern times, "consuming" a consistent diet of bad news takes a toll on health, happiness and even our rate of aging. In spite of this, we can apply straightforward action that counteracts the negative effects that we experience. The best part is that it takes only a few minutes a day to radically change our...
Separate Ebola epidemic in the Congo with up to 90 percent fatality rate doubles number of cases in one weekBy David Gutierrez, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) As West Africa continues to contain the worst Ebola epidemic in history, a completely separate outbreak has emerged in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
On September 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the number of Ebola cases in the DRC had doubled within one week, bringing the total to 62. By that time, 35 people had died from the disease.
The Ebola virus is transmitted via close contact with contaminated bodily fluids such as blood, diarrhea and vomit...
What causes multiple sclerosis?By Derek Henry, October 17 2014
(NaturalNews) Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects the central nervous system and normally occurs in early adulthood. It usually affects people between the ages of 20 and 40, with women being 2 times more likely to be diagnosed with MS than men. MS has been considered one of medicines least understood diseases, but recognizing the common causes can provide hope to all MS sufferers.
Nutritional deficienciesPeople with MS typically have nutritional deficiencies. Studies have shown that essential fatty...
Ebola nightmare scenario unfolds: Infected nurse takes commercial flight with 132 passengers; plane makes 5 more flightsBy 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 symptomsBy 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 LiberiaBy 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 daysBy 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 LiberiaBy 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 naturallyBy 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...
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