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Top ten things you need to do NOW to protect yourself from an uncontrolled Ebola outbreak

By Mike Adams, October 1 2014
(NaturalNews) Now that Ebola "patient zero" has been confirmed in the United States, it's clear that Ebola is spreading far beyond the control of any government or health department. Just weeks ago, President Obama promised Ebola wouldn't arrive in the United States, but now it's here. The CDC is promising that they can keep it all under control for this patient discovered to have carried Ebola into Dallas. But can they also contain the next Ebola patient? How about the one after that? And how...

Ebola now in America; Dallas patient confirmed to have carried deadly virus into major U.S. city

By Mike Adams, October 1 2014
(NaturalNews) The CDC today confirmed the worst fears of many Americans who have been carefully monitoring the Ebola outbreak: the virus is now in America. A yet-unnamed patient in the Dallas Presbyterian Hospital is definitely confirmed to have carried Ebola into the United States and to have possibly spread it to others. [1] This is precisely the scenario I have publicly warned about for weeks on the Pandemic Preparedness website at www.BioDefense.com Ebola patient traveled to Liberia...

Suspected Ebola patient now in isolation at Dallas Presbyterian Hospital

By Mike Adams, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) A patient suspected of harboring Ebola is now in isolation at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. According to breaking news reports, the patient is suspected of carrying Ebola because of his medical symptoms and travel history. This means the patient recently visited areas where Ebola has been actively circulating such as Sierra Leone, Liberia or Guinea. A statement released by the hospital reads: Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas has admitted a patient...

Kansas governor declares October Zombie Preparedness Month; urges citizens to prepare for zombie apocalypse

By Mike Adams, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Although Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is sure to be teased about this by persnickety whiners, it's actually a smart initiative: Kansas has declared October to be "Zombie Preparedness Month" in an effort to raise awareness about disaster preparedness among its citizens. Obviously, the Kansas government isn't literally concerned about the walking undead marching through the countryside, but the present-day popularity of the zombie theme provides a convenient hook to teach some truly...

Ebola now has 70% mortality rate, but immune-boosting natural medicine is chastised and threatened

By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, September 24 2014
(NaturalNews) Throughout September, popular media reports have claimed that the Ebola death rate took out 50 percent of those infected with the virus. New figures released on September 20 by the World Health Organization show that the death rate is actually higher than what's been reported on. WHO says that 70 percent of infected persons in West Africa have died thus far, and current projections indicate that 21,000 more will be infected by November. This means that Ebola could realistically take...

Pharmaceutical companies conspired to keep more affordable generic products off the market, FTC claims

By Jonathan Benson, September 9 2014
(NaturalNews) Men who require testosterone replacement therapy have been deprived access to lower-cost, generic versions of the popular branded testosterone drug AndroGel in violation of the law, claims a new federal lawsuit. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is suing several major drug companies, including AbbVie and its partner Besins Healthcare, for allegedly breaking the law by blocking consumer access to cheaper versions of the drug. According to the FTC complaint, AbbVie engaged in illegal...

Massive vaccine cover-up confirmed: Secret documents prove vaccines cause autism

By Ethan A. Huff, September 8 2014
(NaturalNews) The ongoing debate over whether or not vaccines cause autism would probably take on an entirely different tone if key information that has been mostly censored from the public was fully brought to light. Hidden documents that have been locked away for more than two decades reveal that the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella does cause autism, and regulators, drug executives and various others have known about this for a long time. A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request...

Magnesium crucial to prevent congestive heart failure

By Dr. Carolyn Dean, April 3 2013
(NaturalNews) Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) sounds so darn final. Nobody wants to fail and nobody wants their heart to fail. Merely using that terminology will dis-heart-en a person and steal their hopes for health and healing. CHF occurs when the left ventricle heart muscle fails to pump as much blood as the body needs and pools blood in the heart. Then blood and fluid can back up into the lungs causing shortness of breath and build up fluid in the lower legs. Why does the heart pump fail...

Ebola patients flood into new medical tents faster than U.S. military can build them

By J. D. Heyes, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Reports in recent days have noted that the U.S. ground force that President Obama ordered into Ebola-infected West Africa has been making slow progress, but a more accurate description of their heroic efforts would be no progress. Understand that is not the fault of the American troops; rather, it is simply the reality of the Ebola epidemic. The virus is spreading and killing faster than efforts to control and contain it, and now some are arguing that the force isn't big enough or...

India's biotechnology monitoring committee is a sham whose existence isn't even known by its supposed members

By J. D. Heyes, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) The Indian government has established a body to monitor the use and implementation of biotechnology such as genetically modified organisms in food, but there is a problem with the panel's mode of operation -- there isn't one. In fact, according to recent reports, the monitoring committee has not met for years, prompting one media source to quip, "ignorance is bliss." According to The News Minute, which quoted from a report by The Statesman, one responsibility of the State Biotechnology...

Bullet proof immune system - how to not get a cold ever

By Michael Edwards, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) You don't have to catch the next flu. With the right combination of supplements, in most cases, you can knock out, or radically lesson the severity of an infection. If an illness is caught early enough, even people who eat a lousy diet can treat it with the right supplements before they feel really sick. Infection remedies include virus, bacteria, fungus, and most of the parasites that make us sick. Believe it or not, candida (a type of fungus) can give us the same symptoms as a...

$200,000 robot scans terrain, locates humans and shoots them from up to 2 miles away with full automation

By J. D. Heyes, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) For less than the price of a home in many parts of the U.S., a South Korean company is developing a deadly robot that will come with an array of weapons and a two-mile range. A subsidiary of the Samsung Group is developing what is essentially a robot sentry called the "SGR-A1." As reported by UberGizmo, "this particular robot will carry a fair amount of weapons that ought to make you think twice about crossing the borders of South Korea illegally -- as it has been tested out at the...

Learning the symptoms of Ebola and how to avoid it could save your life

By David Gutierrez, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) At least 3,500 people have been infected and more than 1,900 have died in West Africa, in the worst Ebola outbreak ever seen. With the news media speculating about whether Ebola could establish itself in the United States, here's what you need to know. Ebola virus infections cause death in 50 to 90 percent of cases. There is currently no treatment or cure for the infection, although some non-pharmaceutical treatments can boost the body's natural ability to fight off the disease. In...

Smartphones now in development will monitor users' blood and speech

By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Smartphones continue to evolve, becoming more and more like micromanagement devices in the process. These devices absorb information like a sponge, building a profile on their user, information that can easily be breached by third parties. Using GPS technology, these gadgets already detail everywhere a person goes, mapping out their travels on a computer grid, making it easy to monitor and track people's every move. On top of that, the NSA dragnets smartphone communication data, screening...

How to rid the body of internal parasites

By Kali Sinclair, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) Three main categories of parasites include protozoa, helminthes, and ectoparasites. Protozoa parasites are single celled organisms that live inside the body. Helminths are multi-celled organisms that live inside the body like flatworms, ringworms, roundworms, and tapeworms. Ectoparasites are parasites that live off of or in our skin such as mosquitoes, bedbugs, ticks, fleas, mites, lice, botflies, etc.Protozoa, helminthes, and the ectoparasites that dig into our skin prefer a host with...

Hundreds of dogs die at animal shelter after viral disease outbreak

By PF Louis, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) A Humane Society animal shelter in a New Braunfels, Texas, had to euthanize approximately 75 percent of its animals due to a distemper outbreak in the shelter. Distemper is highly contagious and very little if anything can be done about it, although maybe half of them, usually older dogs, do survive. The problem is that animal shelters are places where many are picking up a pet to adopt, and taking home a distempered animal will definitely create problems for other animals, but it...

Hollywood gets some things right, and a lot wrong, in desperate quest for staying young

By Jonathan Benson, September 30 2014
(NaturalNews) There's no shortage of fads when it comes to reversing the aging process or delaying death, especially in Hollywood, the land of movie stars, music gurus and everyone else trying to become these things. But not all is wrong, nor is it all right, when taking the latest Hollywood approach to living long and living well; that is, if you have the cash to make it happen. So which of the latest approaches to longevity actually work? Nutritionally speaking, the so-called "Paleo" diet, for...

Water rationing hits California: limit of 50 gallons per person per day or face fines of $500

By Mike Adams, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) Millions of Californians are about to be hit with strict water rationing -- daily "allocation" numbers that represent the maximum amount of water you're allowed to use for any purpose. Households that exceed the allocation limit will face stiff fines of hundreds of dollars per violation. "In July, the State Water Resources Control Board passed stage one emergency regulations, giving powers to all local water agencies to fine $500 per violation," reports the San Gabriel Valley Tribune...

82% of Ebola patients are being turned away from hospitals to die at home, spreading infections to family members

By Ethan A. Huff, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) A lack of available hospital beds in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the three countries at the epicenter of the worst Ebola outbreak in history, is leaving many families with nowhere to take their sick and dying. More than 80 percent of Ebola patients, in fact, are being turned away from hospitals and sent back home, where they continue to spread the disease to family members, friends and others in the community. A major shortage of beds and healthcare workers throughout the region...

What's killing all the sea stars along the West Coast?

By Julie Wilson staff writer, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) Millions of sea stars have mysteriously been wiped out along the Pacific coast, stretching from Alaska all the way to Mexico. Sea stars, belonging to the class Asteroidea, have been around for 450 million years, according to researchers. More than 20 species of sea stars are showing signs of what experts call "wasting syndrome," a condition causing the ancient star's limbs to disintegrate and melt, resulting in massive die-offs. Last November, divers off the coast of Washington were...

Canadian beekeepers file lawsuit against Bayer, Syngenta over bee-killing neonicotinoids

By David Gutierrez, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) Canadian beekeepers have filed a class-action lawsuit against two pesticide manufacturers, seeking $400 million in damages for the devastating effects of the neonicotinoid pesticides that have been linked to the destruction of honeybee colonies. "The goal is to stop the use of the neonicotinoids to stop the harm to the bees and the beekeepers," said Paula Lombardi, a lawyer with Siskinds LLP, the law firm that is handling the case. The lawsuit was filed in the Ontario Superior...

FDA's 'forgotten freezer' contains dozens of biological agents

By PF Louis, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) A 1995 far-fetched (time-travel) sci-fi movie 12 Monkeys featured a man-made virus that had to be found in order to create an antidote for the disease that forced its few survivors to live underground. In order to find that original cache of vials containing the infectious virus, one the survivors had to go back in time... etc, etc. Viewing that film makes one pause on the plausibility of some "save the planet; kill yourself" nut or group walking off with an experimental batch of...

Bangladesh government admits Bt eggplant hasn't passed safety tests and ignores GMO labeling law

By Jonathan Benson, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) The director of a government testing agency in Bangladesh that granted approval for genetically modified (GM) Bt eggplant (brinjal), which turned out to be a total failure, exploded recently after being questioned about the safety of the "Frankencrop." Dr. Rafiqul Islam Mondal* from the Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) angrily told a room full of reporters and farmers that, if they are so concerned about the safety of Bt brinjal, they should conduct their own safety...

Wikipedia used by government to smear and defame alternative media personalities

By J. D. Heyes, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) One of the primary reasons why academic institutions prohibit the use of Wikipedia as a legitimate source for research is because the open-ended site is rife with abuse. In fact, governments around the world use it to spread false information and propaganda, as evidenced both by newly leaked documents and by careful examination and documentation by those whose profiles have been tampered with. Indeed, many whose profiles are being altered are thorns in the sides of those who are...

Record number of Americans are now affected by food insecurity that is only exacerbated by social programs

By PF Louis, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) Food insecurity describes a lack of certainty for a household's next meal, not enough nutritious food or a lack of stability of household food supplies. In the USA, this issue is debatable somewhat, because what constitutes real nutritious food diverges considerably from the most common perceptions of food. Nevertheless, food insecurity describes a condition of not having steady access to edibles, whatever they are. Forget the nutritious part for now. That's not part of the standard...

Data proves Fukushima has exceeded Chernobyl in radiation release

By Jonathan Benson, September 29 2014
(NaturalNews) The cumulative amount of radiation released from Fukushima already exceeds that of the infamous 1986 Chernobyl disaster, says a new study published in the journal Nature -- and the damage, of course, is still ongoing. Scientists from Japan, after testing radiation concentrations in various spots throughout the Pacific Ocean and on land, found that at least 120 petabecquerels (PBq), or 120 quadrillion becquerels (Bq), of radioactive cesium-134 (Cs-134) and cesium-137 (Cs-137) have...

Government cover-up of Malaysian flight MH370 criticized by missing passenger's girlfriend despite death threats and home invasions

By J. D. Heyes, September 8 2014
(NaturalNews) The girlfriend of an American passenger aboard missing Malaysian Flight MH370 has accused authorities of covering up what happened to the aircraft, some six months after it disappeared from radar screens. The woman, Sarah Bajc, also says she is losing faith that the airplane will ever be found, mostly because there are some powerful people who don't want it found, for some reason. Bajc's boyfriend, Philip Wood, 50, was one of 239 passengers and crew aboard the flight, which took...

Massive protests rock Hong Kong as citizens reject 'fake democracy' controlled by communist China

By Mike Adams, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) Hong Kong is currently being rocked by massive protests for democracy and freedom, where police have responded with unjustified violence. Twitter hash tags #HongKong and #OccupyCentral are currently being used for the event, and a live video feed of the protest is available at this anonymous news site. According to AFP, which has covered the story, police began aggressively firing tear gas into crowds of protesting students, even though the crowds were entirely peaceful. As AFP reports...

World War E: Are you prepared for the end of civilization?

By Daisy Luther, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) With the threat of an Ebola outbreak looming over our heads, lots of people who never even considered "prepping" as a worthwhile endeavor are stocking up on N95 masks, nitrile gloves and impermeable shoe covers. Because Ebola kills in such a rapid and gruesome fashion, it's the stuff of horror movies -- in fact, the clever new name for the potential pandemic is World War E. Since social distancing is the most effective way to protect yourself and your family from exposure, now is...

Medical quarantine in Liberia causes children to die from non-Ebola health conditions

By J. D. Heyes, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) The worsening, widening spread of the Ebola virus throughout West Africa is creating another, lesser known medical crisis: the utter collapse of healthcare systems in the hardest-hit countries, largely because the systems in place were not that great to be begin with. And worse, the countries struggling the most to contain the virus are among Africa's poorest. The Washington Post reported recently that the collapse of healthcare systems could wind up being every bit as dangerous...

Experimental Ebola vaccine to be injected into humans en masse beginning this January: WHO

By Ethan A. Huff, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) The United Nations isn't letting a good crisis go to waste, having recently endorsed the use of untested, experimental Ebola vaccines being rushed to market as this is typed. Agence France-Presse reports that the vaccines, which are bypassing the normal testing and approval process, should be ready in bulk by early 2015 for use in West Africa. Two vaccines in particular, one manufactured by British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and the other by U.S.-based NewLink Genetics, are...

UK school to fingerprint children like criminals in order to monitor their diets

By J. D. Heyes, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) In another stellar example of the nanny state run amok, a public school in Britain has taken to fingerprinting students so officials there can keep an eye on what they are eating. According to the Express & Star, a British newspaper, the Redhill School in Stourbridge is introducing a controversial (and costly) new biometric system "as part of a plan to implement a cashless system throughout the school." In order for students to be able to purchase their meals, they will be required...

Unexpected meteorite crash in Nicaragua highlights necessity of space program to protect from imminent danger

By David Gutierrez, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) A meteorite slammed into Earth on the outskirts of Nicaragua's capital Managua on September 7, the government reported, raising new concerns that human civilization remains unprepared for the potential of catastrophic space impacts. The impact and resulting explosion, which were felt throughout the city of 1.2 million, left a crater 40 feet across and 16 feet deep. "I was sitting on my porch and I saw nothing. Then all of a sudden I heard a large blast," Managua resident Jorge...

Natural remedies with cayenne

By Michael Edwards, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) When asked what cayenne can be used for to improve the body's health, the most common answer I've gotten is that it is great for the metabolism. For the most part, if you know about cayenne, you know that cayenne boosts metabolism. It also suppresses the appetite. While it can be taken in capsule form, other research has shown that eating it with food--actually tasting it, is most beneficial for weight loss.Tasting it also resulted in fewer food cravings. If that we're all cayenne...

Many cancer survivors continue to smoke 15 cigarettes a day despite diagnosis

By S. D. Wells, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) A new study has found that nearly 10 percent of U.S. cancer survivors are still smoking up to 15 cigarettes every day. Are they insane? Do they know what the cigarettes are doing to their life, or do they not really have the right "choices" needed to quit? -- That is the question. They must be counseled, because the scary CDC commercials don't do a thing to help people quit the third most addictive drug in the world, and the medications can cause horrific nightmares and suicidal tendencies...

'Dark zones' in GMO technology research allow secret development of deadly bioweapons

By Jonathan Benson, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) New evidence has emerged to suggest that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are a key factor in the spread of deadly pathogens like Ebola. The current Ebola outbreak appears to be a direct product of what former Soviet microbiologist Dr. Ken Alibekov calls "dark zones" in GMO technology that allow pathogens to be deliberately weaponized to harm humans. Dating back to the 1970s, the U.S. government has been involved in covert bioweaponry programs that involved deliberately creating...

Ebola may cause nations to collapse into civil war

By J. D. Heyes, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) The news regarding the Ebola outbreak that is spreading from West Africa continues to become more and more dire, with some now even predicting that the virus and the chaos that it is creating could find some nations lapsing into civil war. In fact, the Liberian government has already warned that the country could lapse into civil conflict, as has neighboring Sierra Leone, "if the Ebola epidemic ravaging West Africa is allowed to continue to spread," Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported...

World War E: Research documents how Ebola turned Liberia into a viral apocalypse

By Ethan A. Huff, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) The fourth poorest country in the world has transformed into the real-life equivalent of a zombie movie thanks to the Ebola virus, which as of this writing has taken the lives of over 2,600 people in West Africa. All the panic in the streets, public protests, workers in hazmat suits, and military convoys represent the trappings of World War E for Liberia, coming a little more than a decade after the nation overcame two civil wars that completely ravaged its economy and infrastructure...

'The Quest for the Cures Continues' - Dr. David Brownstein, MD

By J. D. Heyes, September 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Tremendous success this past spring of the Internet-streamed docu-series The Quest for the Cure has led organizers of that event to create and host a brand-new docu-series that will feature more experts discussing a range of natural cures for cancer. The pre-launch of the new series begins September 29 and runs through October 12. The actual docu-series will stream on the Internet from Oct. 13 through Oct. 24. One of the featured experts will be Dr. David Brownstein, M.D., a board...

Vitamin B12 - A rare deficiency unless you're vegan

By Kali Sinclair, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) The requirement for vitamin B12 is very low, but it is absolutely essential. A mild vitamin B12 deficiency results in weakness and fatigue. A more serious deficiency causes shortness of breath, nervousness, numbness and tingling in extremities, and problems with balance. A severe deficiency can lead to nerve damage, pernicious anemia, paranoia, confusion, problems with memory, depression, delusions, and brain damage. When taking a B vitamin supplement, it is best to take B12 along...

Fungicides used on banana plantations threaten the health of pregnant women

By David Gutierrez, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) A widely used fungicide linked to birth defects may accumulate in the bodies of pregnant women living near agricultural fields, according to a study conducted by researchers from the National University of Costa Rica and published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives on September 8. The study looked specifically at levels of ethylene thiourea (ETU) in the urine of pregnant women living near banana plantations. ETU is an ingredient in the widely used fungicide mancozeb...

'Anti-government' derogatory slur utterly dismantled by the Health Ranger

By Mike Adams, September 28 2014
(NaturalNews) The latest trendy attack on anyone who can think for themselves is to label them "anti-government." This derogatory slur, strewn around by the same people who once used the term "conspiracy theorist" to try to demean investigative journalists, is the domain of the intellectually lazy who are, themselves, ignorant of the origins, structure and history of government. Over two centuries ago, people like Thomas Jefferson and George Washington were not merely called "anti-government"...

Health Ranger update: Water filter tests, prepper mistakes and a new online course for enhanced brain function

By Mike Adams, September 27 2014
(NaturalNews) Here's an update on what's happening here at Natural News. It's been a remarkable year of growth and expansion, with anywhere from 500 - 1000 new readers joining us every day. Because of this increased support, we've been able to invest in some amazing new projects. First off, the final testing of gravity water filters (Berkey, Pro Pur, etc.) was delayed by nearly two weeks due to a lab equipment problem. Our autosampler flaked out and had to get replaced with a new one. That new...

Over 700 new Ebola cases confirmed in one week as outbreak explodes

By Jonathan Benson, September 27 2014
(NaturalNews) The rate at which Ebola is spreading is rapidly accelerating, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), with more than 700 new cases of the deadly disease reported in a single week. Reports indicate that there are now more than 5,800 documented cases of Ebola, along with 2,800 confirmed deaths, in what is being widely proclaimed as the worst Ebola outbreak in history. Earlier data showed that Ebola was infecting about 500 people weekly, suggesting that the infection rate...

Ebola drug supplies wiped out worldwide

By David Gutierrez, September 27 2014
(NaturalNews) There are no more supplies of an experimental Ebola drug that has shown some possible effectiveness, and there will not be for months. The announcement was made by doctors treating Manuel Garcia Viejo, a Spanish missionary priest who was flown back to Spain for treatment after being diagnosed with Ebola. Ebola is a viral disease transmitted by close contact with bodily fluids such as blood, diarrhea and vomit. It is fatal in 60-90 percent of cases, often causing massive bleeding...

Processed food industry pushing America toward 'perfect storm' of runaway diabetes and death

By L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, September 27 2014
(NaturalNews) If the land of the free and home of the brave looked in the mirror today, they'd see a diseased and docile figure in the reflection -- a whimpering fragment of what men and women used to be. Setting the shovel and hoe aside, Americans have run for cover, hiding under the wings of a food system that only smothers and controls their health. Have you ever experienced the freedom of growing even a little of your own food? Replacing sugars, preservatives and dyes from the grocery store...

Kidney stones - natural remedies, prevention, and what really causes them

By Michael Edwards, September 27 2014
(NaturalNews) More than 12% of men and about 7% of women will have to deal with kidney stones at some point in their lives. Once you have suffered through them, statistics say you're more likely to have them again. Statistics say they've got an 80% chance of recurrence. Kidney stones have a tendency to open people's minds to natural medicine. Conventional doctors will tell us that common causes include too much calcium, too many vitamin supplements, too much animal protein, and genetics. Genetics...

High antioxidant raspberries breed by researchers to be grown without agricultural chemicals

By David Gutierrez, September 27 2014
(NaturalNews) European researchers have used traditional breeding techniques to develop a new variety of raspberry that is extra high in antioxidants and is grown without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. The researchers focused on developing a variety that, in addition to being tasty, nutritious and grown without dangerous chemicals, would also be commercially viable. Scientists now believe that antioxidants -- which protect the body from potentially damaging free radical compounds that...

'The Quest for the Cures Continues' - Dr. Ben Johnson, MD

By J. D. Heyes, September 16 2014
(NaturalNews) Tremendous success this past spring of the Internet-streamed docu-series The Quest for the Cure has led organizers of that event to create and host a brand-new docu-series that will feature more experts discussing a range of natural cures for cancer. The pre-launch of the new series begins September 29 and runs through October 12. The actual docu-series will stream on the Internet from Oct. 13 through Oct. 24. One of the featured experts will be Dr. Ben Johnson, who is the only...

Facebook rejects fundraising ad for infant needing a heart transplant, tells dad his son is offensive

By J. D. Heyes, September 27 2014
(NaturalNews) Social media giant Facebook was started as a way for people to interact in positive ways, but apparently that doesn't include allowing a concerned father to make emotional appeals on behalf of his ailing infant son. According to various news reports, the North Carolina father's appeal on Facebook for his son, Hudson, who is in need of a heart transplant, was rejected by the social media behemoth as he attempted to boost the reach of his son's community page, Hudson's Heart, which...



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