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Backyard chicken coops may ward off disease-carrying mosquitoes

7/26/2016 - A major species of malaria-carrying mosquito avoids the smell of chickens, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, published in Malaria Journal. The study suggests that living in close proximity...

Use of 'control' vaccines and mismatched groups expose malaria study as complete fraud

5/17/2016 - Sound science in medicine is becoming hard to come by these days, especially since drug companies and their financial backers are known to craft safety studies that arrive at preconceived, but false, conclusions. And the recent Phase III study on GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) RTS,S malaria vaccine, which...

Beyond superbugs: Drug companies have now managed to create drug-resistant MALARIA, too

2/24/2016 - Just as global malaria rates are beginning to fall, a new development has emerged that threatens to undo all the progress made in containing the disease. According to a study published in the journal The Lancet Infectious Diseases, the presence of multi drug-resistant malaria has been confirmed in at...

Anti-malaria drug given to soldiers linked to depression, killing veterans while boosting Big Pharma's psych drug profits

9/3/2015 - A pharmaceutical drug developed by the United States Army as a supposed treatment and preventive agent for malaria is instead proving to be an ineffective, deadly, psychotropic poison. The drug, known as mefloquine (or Lariam under its brand name), is reportedly causing British soldiers to develop severe...

Super mosquitoes with insecticide resistance discovered in Mali

1/31/2015 - It started with chemicals like Agent Orange. When modern man bought into the idea of chemical warfare, he truly believed that he could poison his enemies and the environment to death and not face the repercussions. 19 million gallons of Agent Orange were sprayed over 4.5 million acres in Vietnam as...

New malaria vaccine doesn't work most of the time, but manufacturer says it's good enough to sell

8/18/2014 - There's a good chance that the vast majority of people who receive it won't derive any benefits whatsoever. But that isn't stopping British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) from seeking regulatory approval for a new vaccine for malaria, known as RTS,S, that a recent study determined is only about 30...

The oldest and one of the most reliable treatments for malaria is derived from a South American tree

3/7/2014 - Until the 1940s, the drug of choice against malaria was also the first antimalarial drug ever developed: quinine. Until 2006, the World Health Organization continued to recommend it as a first-line treatment, and to this day, quinine is still used to treat malaria when other drugs have failed or...

Nazis planned to weaponize mosquitoes during World War II

2/11/2014 - They say that desperate times call for desperate measures, and there have rarely been more desperate times in the modern era than during the two global conflicts that marked the 20th century as one of history's bloodiest periods. Before and during World War I, for instance, Germany and its allies...

Proof: MMS cures malaria, despite Red Cross cover-up

7/29/2013 - The International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the parent organization of the more widely known American Red Cross, is currently engaged in a massive cover-up of a simple, non-toxic cure for malaria. A recent field trial conducted with a team of Red Cross humanitarian workers...

Zinc plays key role in supporting key biological processes

8/3/2012 - Zinc is an essential mineral which, although required in only limited amounts, the body cannot produce and a steady supply must be maintained in order to support important bodily processes like strengthening the immune system, wound healing, cell division and supporting the catalytic activity of various...

Now scientists push genetically modified bacteria to fight malaria

7/24/2012 - Malaria affects 1 in 12 humans, or 500 million people. Carried by the mosquito, it is one of the most widespread and dangerous insect spread diseases in the world. Now scientists say they have developed a new solution to the disease, which prevents the mosquito from carrying the disease. The new...

'Superbug' malaria mosquitoes becoming resistant to insecticides

5/19/2012 - The government's solution to almost every environmental, pest, and agricultural problem is to simply throw more chemicals at it. But this misguided -- and upon further review, sinister -- approach always fails to actually solve the underlying issue, as is once again being evidenced by the rapid rise...

Media pushes 'success' of experimental GSK malaria vaccine while ignoring deadly side effects

10/23/2011 - The mainstream media is abuzz with excitement over GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) latest offering, a malaria trial vaccine that the company claims can cut the risk of clinical and severe malaria in children by 56 percent and 47 percent, respectively. But what GSK and the media are failing to report are the...

Vitamin A and Zinc Provide Resistance to Malaria

6/10/2008 - Malaria currently kills more people daily than AIDS, and kills more than one million children yearly. However, very little attention is paid to malaria since it is not a disease prevalent in the developed countries. Malaria is caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Plasmodium, which are introduced...

Chinese shrub offers best cure for deadly malaria

2/4/2007 - Medical experts have named sweet wormwood as the best fighter for the deadly disease malaria. The shrub, Artemisia annua, or Chinese wormwood, first became a part of Chinese medical knowledge more than 1,600 years ago, and has long been an effective way for humans to fight the infectious and fatal...

Counterfeiting, short supply hamper powerful Chinese herbal malaria drug

12/19/2006 - Doctors around the world have used a Chinese herbal drug -- artemisinin -- to effectively treat malaria since the 1960s, but recent supply shortages have sparked production of dangerous counterfeits, according to World Health Organization (WHO) officials. Li Guiqiao, a professor at the Tropical Medicine...

Interview with Keith Moeller of American Biotech Labs on the disinfectant powers of colloidal silver

11/8/2005 - Mike: I'm here with Keith Moeller of American Biotech Labs. You have a unique colloidal silver product. A lot of people are familiar with colloidal silver, and maybe the first generation of colloidal silver products. Can you give us an introduction of what's unique about your products? Moeller:...

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