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U.S. government secretly searches for technology to combat aerosolized EbolaBy J. D. Heyes, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Is the federal government seeking a near-term technological solution to combating airborne Ebola virus? A document posted at FedBizOpps.gov would seem to suggest as much.
As reported by WorldNetDaily (WND), the sourcing document, titled "Chemical/Biological Technologies Department Ebola Broad Agency Announcement," seeks "research proposals for Chemical and Biological Defense Program (CBDP), Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) requirements for the CBDP Ebola BAA for the FY2015...
Vitamin D deficiency decreases brain function and increases mortality rate after heart attackBy Julie Wilson staff writer, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Maintaining good health through nutritious foods isn't just important for every day well-being but can be crucial when the body needs to repair itself following an injury. Our bodies have miraculous healing capabilities, which can be heightened with a little extra help from nature's vitamins.
Luckily for us, everything that we need to be healthy is found naturally in our environment, and this includes elements that are helpful for healing. Scientists believe that humans require just...
Healthier Coffee - 5 ways to make java the ultimate experienceBy Derek Henry, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) One of the first things we think about when engaging in our morning routine is securing our cup of coffee. Without it, the world is a bit dimmer, but once it is in our hot hands, the world is full of sunshine and rainbows. It seems that little can go wrong with our cup of coffee, but the truth is there are many things that can be improved upon to ensure that consistent coffee consumption does not adversely affect our health.
Go organicCoffee is one of the most heavily treated...
20 ways you might be punishing yourself needlesslyBy Mike Bundrant, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Many ongoing emotional issues we face would make much more sense if we simply realized up front that, deep down, we believe that we deserve to be punished.
And our various stress-related emotions and behaviors serve the purpose.
If we realized this, then at least we'd be starting from a practical and productive place.
Instead, most of us start out attempting to resolve personal issues by complaining about them. Then we play an intriguing but very frustrating game of cat and...
U.S. soldiers to receive just four hours of training on Ebola virusBy J. D. Heyes, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Most Americans think that their military is very well-trained, and in most cases, that assumption is correct. However, troops who have been ordered by President Obama to assist with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa got a bare minimum of training before being sent into an area where an incurable Biosafety Level 4 disease is epidemic.
As reported by The Daily Beast (DB), the limited training comes as "American military operations" in Africa "are unfolding quickly," which has, in turn...
Man rides bamboo bicycle across U.S. while 'dumpster diving' for edible, wasted foodBy Raw Michelle, September 2 2014
(NaturalNews) In an effort to increase awareness about food waste and help find solutions to fight the problem, an activist by the name of Rob Greenfield is cycling across America on a bamboo bicycle for his Goodfluence tour.(1) As he rides, he finds dumpsters that are filled with food that many consider not worthy of eating, although they are perfectly safe for consumption. His effort highlights the need to call attention to sustainability issues, urging people to become more mindful...
Self-quarantine doesn't work; Ebola carriers break isolation again and againBy Ethan A. Huff, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) Authorities are carefully retracing the steps of the fourth known case of Ebola in the U.S. after a man was found to have traveled in the New York City subway, gone on a three-mile run through the city, visited a local bowling alley and gotten a ride in an Uber cab, all while being infected with the deadly hemorrhagic virus.
Dr. Craig Spencer, the first known New Yorker to contract Ebola, had been helping treat infected Ebola patients with Doctors Without Borders in Guinea before...
Doctor diagnosed with Ebola walked around NYC for 10 days under 'self quarantine'By J. D. Heyes, October 23 2014
(NaturalNews) A physician who volunteered his services with an aid organization that treated Ebola victims in West Africa has been diagnosed with Ebola after being admitted to a New York City hospital.
Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, was working with Doctors Without Borders a few weeks ago, and initially told authorities that he quarantined himself after he began to experience symptoms. But reports Thursday said that, in fact, Spencer had been out in public as recently as the day before his admission,...
Monsanto and Dow raise $8 million to strip away Hawaiian locals' right to ban destructive GMO farmingBy J. D. Heyes, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) A pair of agri-giants has raised millions of dollars in a bid to prevent Hawaiian farmers and residents from eliminating the growth of genetically modified crops in the state.
According to a local news website, Honolulu Civil Beat (HCB), Monsanto and Dow -- two of the world's largest biotech and agricultural conglomerates, have amassed an $8 million war chest to beat back a Maui County voter initiative that would ban temporarily all GMO farming, according to documents filed with...
Natural grape compound resveratrol increases bone density in obese menBy Julie Wilson staff writer, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The results of a recent study suggest that a naturally occurring compound found in red wine could help treat osteoporosis, a condition in which our bones become weak and brittle, making them more susceptible to breaks and fractures.
Published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, the study's researchers sought to investigate whether resveratrol, one of a group of plant compounds known as polyphenols, could help men with metabolic syndrome.
Learn the facts - Ebola carriers can be infectious without symptoms; symptoms merely increase transmissibilityBy Jonathan Benson, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Nearly everything that the government has been saying about how and when Ebola is transmissible is turning out to be false, as evidenced by yet another peg in the Ebola matrix of lies coming undone. Even if an Ebola carrier is not showing symptoms, admits the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) quietly on its website, he or she can still spread the disease to others.
This is not what the CDC has been saying publicly, of course. The health agency almost violently...
Three herbs that boost our immune system and guard us from infectionBy Michael Ravensthorpe, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) The human immune system is a remarkable network of biological structures and processes. When functioning properly, it has the ability to remember diseases that it has previously encountered for more efficient removal, trigger immediate responses to emergencies through its advanced communication systems and much more.
Despite its sophistication, however, the immune system is notoriously fragile, and even the healthiest of us can suffer from compromised immunity from time to time....
After months of denial, CDC quietly admits Ebola can spread through aerosolized dropletsBy Ethan A. Huff, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Common sense is finally breaking through with regard to the spread of Ebola, despite conflicting information by our nation's public health agencies. After repeatedly denying that Ebola can in any way spread through the air, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has now quietly admitted that it actually can, with the release of a new poster that says "droplets" can spread the disease.
Droplets, of course, can include barely noticeable moisture particles expelled...
FDA loopholes allow imports of chemical paper products that cause permanent brain damage in infantsBy Julie Wilson staff writer, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) A group of consumer and health groups came together on October 16 demanding that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issue an outright ban on a group of man-made chemicals that are wreaking havoc on both people and the environment.
While the hazards surrounding perchlorate and perfluorocarboxylates (PFCs) are well known, their applications aren't prohibited in the U.S., and in fact are still being used in other regions like China and India, allowing the chemicals to make...
Big Food uses 'natural' labels to trick you into eating GMOsBy PF Louis, November 2 2014
(NaturalNews) Most Natural News readers are sufficiently wary of the terms natural or all-natural on packaged foods, even in health food stores. Too many who aren't aware think that natural means "organic" or at least "GMO-free." Surprise, not only are they not organic, but they often contain some GMOs.
Consumers are being misled by the "natural" label, reported Urvashi Rangan, PhD, executive director of the Food Safety and Sustainability Center of Consumer Reports. Although there were no issues...
U.S. government: Ebola is safer than the flu; high-risk carriers free to mingle with the publicBy Mike Adams, November 1 2014
(NaturalNews) When it comes to infectious disease, the medical contradictions practiced by the U.S. government are nothing short of staggering. Consider the striking contradiction between the government's policy on unvaccinated schoolchildren vs. its policy on allowing possible Ebola carriers to travel freely among the public as long as they are "asymptomatic" (i.e. showing no symptoms):
Schoolchildren who are unvaccinated are routinely ordered sent home from public schools, even if they aren't...
Maine's pointless 'self-quarantine' to allow Ebola carriers in public if they stay just 3 feet away from other peopleBy J. D. Heyes, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) The governor of Maine has vowed to use whatever authority he could muster to keep a nurse who has just returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa in quarantine, after she defied a quarantine order by the state in order to take a bike ride with her boyfriend.
The nurse, Kaci Hickox, has been defiant since returning to the United States, first complaining about her alleged bad treatment at the hands of New Jersey authorities and threatening to sue over that state's quarantine...
Olive oil is the healthiest choice when it comes to frying food, study findsBy Julie Wilson staff writer, November 1 2014
(NaturalNews) A new study published October 22 reinforces once again that olive oil is one of the best oils for cooking compared to other seed oils. Researchers based their conclusion on a few different factors, including nutritional content and the oil's ability to maintain quality under high temperatures.
Published in the American Chemical Society's (ACS) Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, scientists note that various oils have different physical, chemical and nutritional properties...
How Ebola will disrupt world supply of rubber and oilBy J. D. Heyes, November 1 2014
(NaturalNews) The worsening Ebola outbreak in West Africa is causing deepening harm to the economies of the affected nations, as well as other African countries where, so far, there is no virus, over fears that the pandemic could widen further.
Particularly hard-hit are African economies that depend largely on commodities like oil and agricultural products to sustain themselves. Healio, an infectious disease news site, has identified a number of operations and industries that are currently suffering...
Environmentally conscious investment firm warns against investing in GMO companiesBy Julie Wilson staff writer, November 1 2014
(NaturalNews) An Oregon-based investment firm concerned about the world's "ecological crisis" will not be investing in genetically modified organisms (GMOs), as they are considered a bad "financial risk," according to a detailed report [PDF] released by the firm in September.
Portfolio 21 Investments "has been a pioneer in the field of social and environmental investing since 1982," according to their website, and aims to invest in companies that address ecological issues.
Top 5 self-sabotaging habits to stop todayBy Mike Bundrant, November 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Over several years at the iNLP Center, we've learned a lot about the self-sabotaging habits that people tend to struggle with.
A self-sabotaging habit is a recurring behavior that -- regardless of any false, short-term pleasure -- leads us directly into frustration and unhappiness.
Knowing this, you'd think that all of us would just let those bad habits go immediately. Yet, experience with clients and in our own lives tells us that it's not all that simple when it comes down to...
End food battles with picky childrenBy Kali Sinclair, November 1 2014
(NaturalNews) How many times have you heard, "I'm not gonna eat that. It's gross!" Maybe your kids are a bit more polite about it, but nevertheless, there are a lot of children who declare war at the dinner table when they are told to eat food they don't like. Too often, anxious parents give in and allow their kids to eat what they want, thinking anything is better than nothing. The sad thing is, the picky eater probably wouldn't make poor food choices if a truly healthy diet filled with vegetable...
Johnson & Johnson says Ebola epidemic likely to last another year as pharma company looks to join in vaccine developmentBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, November 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Viruses continue to mutate at increasing speeds as modern medicine fails to keep up with pathogens evolving stealthily in nature. It's even possible that modern medicine is to blame for the acceleration of virus mutation. Antiviral drugs typically attack one form of a virus. The virus quickly learns how to survive the synthetic antiviral mode of attack, evolving into stronger viruses in the evolutionary process. This creates a demand for newer drugs to stay ahead of the
DAO enzymes and histamine intoleranceBy Dr. David Jockers, November 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Histamine is an in important neurotransmitter and immune messenger molecule. It is involved in processes involving hydrochloric acid secretion for digestion, triaging water reserves to key areas of the body and the inflammatory response. (1) Individuals with low diamine oxidase (DAO) enzymes are at risk for elevated histamine and a condition called histamine intolerance.
One of the major effects of histamine is causing the blood vessels to swell and dilate. When the body...
Censored CDC Ebola document restored by Natural News; urges Americans "do not lick doorknobs" (satire)By Mike Adams, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) We've found the lost PDF document that was scrubbed by the CDC! As you may know, the CDC posted a document earlier this week admitting that Ebola can spread through aerosolized droplets and can contaminate surfaces at a distance.
Less than 24 hours after Natural News called out the CDC for admitting to lying to the American public about Ebola in previous months, the CDC scrubbed the document, censoring itself and engaging in Orwellian revisionist history while irresponsibly confusing...
Schizophrenic CDC pulls document admitting Ebola can spread via sneezes and doorknobs; see the original hereBy Mike Adams, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) Just days after admitted it lied about how Ebola spreads and finally admitting the virus can spread through aerosolized particles propelled via sneezing or coughing, the CDC yanked its document off the web.
It replaced it with a new PDF that's almost entirely empty, except for the statement "Fact sheet is being updated and is currently unavailable." You can see that file at this CDC link.
As the editor of Natural News, I anticipated the CDC doing this, so I saved off a copy of...
Hazmat suit manufacturer has received orders for 1 million protective suits due to EbolaBy J. D. Heyes, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) The hazmat suit manufacturing business, normally predictably mundane, has taken off in recent weeks, thanks to the worsening Ebola crisis, but the number of suits ordered from one company certainly makes one pause and ask: "Just what aren't we being told yet about the spread of this deadly disease?"
According to a company press release in September, Lakeland Industries, Inc., announced that it had received a major order for its suits -- for well into the foreseeable future, as a...
Did CDC just admit Ebola has gone airborne?By Ethan A. Huff, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently updated its Case Definition for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), which outlines the official surveillance standards for identifying those at risk of contracting and spreading Ebola infection. In this update, the CDC quietly admits that Ebola can spread through the air, a move that greatly expands the number of persons who may be subject to mandatory quarantine.
Previously, the health agency identified a fever equal or greater...
NYC Ebola doctor lied about traveling around city before hospitalizationBy Ethan A. Huff, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) The first reported case of Ebola in New York City apparently caroused around town rather than self-quarantine himself, according to new reports. Dr. Craig Spencer, who was declared to have Ebola after recording a temperature of 100.3 degrees F, had initially told health authorities that he did not leave his house after returning from West Africa, which was apparently not true.
Dr. Spencer not only left his house but bounced all over the city from swanky restaurants to a trendy bowling...
Learn how to reverse 'Stage IV' cancer and live cancer freeBy Jonathan Landsman, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) The cut, poison and burn mentality of conventional oncology views cancer as an 'enemy' that must be destroyed. But, in order to live cancer free, holistically-minded physicians remind us that cancer (or any other chronic disease) is merely a symptom of the problem. In other words, to remove the threat of cancer - one must discover the underlying cause of its existence.
How to 'gently' remove a cancer tumor. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, we'll introduce you to the "Bill Henderson...
Oregon favors timber industry over resident safety, allowing them to be sprayed by deadly weed killerBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) Oregonians have little protection when it comes to being sprayed by deadly weed killer, causing many to suffer from immediate and long-term health effects following sudden exposure.
The state's cozy relationship with the timber industry has resulted in weak legislation that pretty much allows free-for-all chemical spraying on more than 165 square miles of land, greater than the size of Portland, reports Oregon Live.
Helicopter pilots are expected to use discretion when spraying...
GlaxoSmithKline begins testing experimental Ebola vaccines on West AfricansBy Jonathan Benson, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) Now that the general public has been conditioned to accept that Ebola can only be stopped through immediate intervention with magic drugs and vaccines from the West, British vaccine giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is readying to begin tests on an experimental Ebola vaccine, which reports indicate will be given to unsuspecting healthcare workers in Mali.
Though there have been no reported Ebola cases in Mali, GSK is fast-tracking its vaccine, known as cAd3-ZEBOV, with the blessing of...
How to optimize the immune system naturallyBy Derek Henry, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) In the search for the cure to multiple diseases, we find ourselves running, singing, and eating for charities that are committed to throwing a dump truck full of money at scientists who then have the monumental task of creating a "nuclear" weapon that can single-handedly destroy the disease in question.
Meanwhile, the most powerful weapon proven to actually eliminate the body of serious disease, the immune system, barely gets an honorable mention as it silently struggles to do its...
Foreign Ebola patients to be brought to US for treatment, warns congressmanBy Jonathan Benson, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) The Republican chairman of the House Judiciary Committee has issued a new warning that the Obama regime is planning to import foreign Ebola patients into the U.S. for treatment. Representative Bob Goodlatte of Virginia recently told Fox News that he received "information from within the administration" that plans are in the works to bring non-U.S. citizens infected with Ebola to U.S. hospitals, further increasing the risk of a domestic outbreak.
Speaking to reporters, Rep. Goodlatte...
Top 5 kitchen items for the home health medicine cabinetBy Dr. Carolyn Dean, October 31 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 five kitchen items my family uses for first aid and healthcare. Apple cider vinegar Garlic Coconut oil Aloe vera GingerRaw, 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. Its other uses include: Ear infections...
WHO quietly admits that 5% of Ebola patients incubate the virus beyond 21 daysBy Jonathan Benson, October 31 2014
(NaturalNews) Nearly 42 days have passed since any new cases of Ebola have turned up in the countries of Senegal and Nigeria, both in West Africa. But a recent update issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) reveals that as many as 2 percent of Ebola patients can start to show symptoms beyond the standard 42-day surveillance period, suggesting more possible cases.
According to infectious disease experts, Ebola has a maximum incubation period of about 21 days, meaning the virus can lie dormant...
CDC admits it has been lying all along about Ebola transmission; "indirect" spread now acknowledgedBy Mike Adams, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Defying its own quack advice that the agency has been propagandizing for months, the CDC has now released a document on Ebola that admits the virus can spread through aerosolized droplets. The document, quietly released on the CDC website, also admits Ebola can contaminate surfaces such as doorknobs, causing infections to be spread through indirect means. 
Here's a backup source of the PDF just in case the CDC scrubs it:
Ebola nurse claims states have no right to protect citizens by imposing quarantine on workers coming from West AfricaBy Jonathan Benson, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) An American nurse who was placed under mandatory quarantine in her home state of Maine after traveling to West Africa to treat Ebola patients says she plans to break her quarantine on Thursday, believing it to be unconstitutional. The 33-year-old Kaci Hickox stated on Good Morning America that she will even take the matter to court, should state officials refuse to let her leave her house and live her life, despite failing to wait out the proper incubation period.
Hickox had been...
Nobel Prize winner: Ebola can be spread by people who show no symptomsBy J. D. Heyes, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Nearly 15 years ago, European and African scientists knew that the Ebola virus could infect a person without them knowing about it, meaning they can walk around with the virus in their system and never show any symptoms.
In 2000, The New York Times (archived here), cited the findings of a study published in a prestigious medical journal, reporting:
The possibility of asymptomatic infection was only suggested in earlier studies, they said in last week's issue of The Lancet, a medical...
Australia closes its borders to Ebola-afflicted West African countries to protect citizensBy J. D. Heyes, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) The Australian government has made a decision that tens of millions of Americans wish their own government would make: Canberra has decided to close the continent's borders to any travel from Ebola-stricken West Africa, citing concern for Australian citizens.
As expected, though, the move did not come without criticism: Leaders of the three worst-hit nations of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea complained that Australia's decision was stigmatizing to people of those countries who...
US health officials desperately trying to get 20 hospitals ready to safely treat EbolaBy Ethan A. Huff, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Hospitals all across the country are scrambling to equip themselves for a potential Ebola outbreak after major protocol failures at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas left at least two health workers infected with the illness and one patient dead.
The goal is to get at least 20 hospitals fully prepared to handle Ebola patients, according to Reuters, as well as figure out how to best treat patients without jeopardizing the safety of medical workers. This may require that...
Adrenal nutrition and natural remedies for adrenal fatigueBy Michael Edwards, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) We are all aware of adrenaline, the fight or flight hormone that kicks in whenever we find ourselves facing a threat. But did you know adrenaline is only one of the many hormones produced by the adrenal glands?
About the Adrenal GlandsThe adrenal glands (also known as the suprarenal glands) sit atop the kidneys. These pyramid shaped glands have two parts: the outer adrenal cortex and the inner medulla.
The adrenal cortex creates 3 types of hormones:
Organic and 'natural' brands owned by big corporations funnel millions of dollars into anti-GMO-labeling campaignBy Julie Wilson staff writer, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) California's Proposition 37, an initiative proposed in 2012 that would've required the mandatory labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), set the precedent for other states attempting to pass similar legislation.
Prop 37 failed because of illegal, unethical and snake-like tactics carried out by the biotech industry, not because people didn't want it. Even though it failed, the people still won, because it drew massive awareness and support to the issue of the Right To Know...
Is pharmaceutical contamination to blame for amphibian population declining 75% in 40 years?By Julie Wilson staff writer, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) It seems that the world is finally waking up to the consequences of pharmaceutical pollution, a phenomenon that's single-handedly shaping our planet into an unnatural environment with grotesque repercussions.
Low-level yet active concentrations of pharmaceuticals are saturating the earth, causing ecological transformations that are poorly understood by scientists. Very little research has been performed on the effects of pharmaceutical contamination in the soil, lakes, rivers and...
92% of nurses say their hospital has no plans in place to properly equip isolation rooms during Ebola outbreakBy J. D. Heyes, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) A national nursing union says it has been hearing from healthcare professionals all around the country since the Dallas Ebola outbreak, and most say their hospitals are simply not equipped or prepared to handle anyone who may contract the disease.
National Nurses United, which held a conference call with nurses recently to discuss the outbreak and hospital and staff preparedness, said it has been fielding calls from RNs around the country who have been voicing such concerns. The...
Meat industry uses chemical 'meat glue' to trick consumers into eating food scrapsBy S. D. Wells, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) A white powder that glues together small scrap pieces of beef, lamb, chicken and fish is sold by the kilo and is considered to be the meat industry's "dirty little secret." This is not breaking news, as the industry has been at it for quite some time, but just how many people need to know if they're greatly increasing their chances of consuming some E. coli with those "choice" filets?
Just what is "meat glue"? Surely, you don't know if you're still eating it, and still feeling the...
Pharmaceuticals rob your body of nutrients, making you immunosuppressed and vulnerable to viral pandemicsBy Ethan A. Huff, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) With all the talk lately about Ebola and its potential to hop continents and spark a global pandemic, it is important to keep in mind that Ebola doesn't kill just anyone -- it is particularly virulent in those who are immunosuppressed, which is why it is crucial for you and your family to take steps now to strengthen your immunity and avoid falling victim to this latest engineered crisis.
In Episode 7 of the Pandemic Preparedness course at BioDefense.com, Mike Adams, the Health Ranger...
Facebook is deliberately censoring alternative media, pushing globalist agendaBy J. D. Heyes, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Increasingly, Facebook is being accused of censoring material that users post on the world's largest social media website, prompting outrage and confusion from many who see hypocrisy in the site's rules.
In one recent instance, as reported by InfoWars.com, multiple users of the site have complained that they were not able to share some YouTube videos from the alternative media site, as well as others (including Natural News):
When attempting to share videos by Infowars and by...
California officials urging public to aggressively limit water useBy PF Louis, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) When it comes to setting rules, small cadres of connected politicos usually make them. When it comes to setting examples, they don't need to bother. But those being ruled have to bite the bullet, obey, or pay consequences set out to enforce those rules. Nothing new here. But during an actual emergency that demands regulating, hypocrisy needs to be at least noticed.
There is an actual increasingly dangerous water shortage in California due mostly to recent and current long-term droughts...
Anti-quarantine nurse Hickox was trained as intelligence officer by the CDCBy Mike Adams, October 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Nurse Kaci Hickox, who has made headlines over the last few days by refusing to quarantine herself after returning from the Ebola front lines in Africa, turns out to have been trained as an "intelligence officer" under a two-year CDC program modeled after the U.S. military.
As you can see from the document below, Hickox graduated from a two-year CDC intelligence officer training program in 2012. This is the same nurse whose LinkedIn page was recently scrubbed to hide her ties to...
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