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Engineered Viruses Created in Government Labs Validate Mass Vaccinations

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Engineered Viruses Created in Government Labs Validate Mass Vaccinations

Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism Canadian researchers have concluded that the H1N1 flu shot is more dangerous than the flu it purports to protect against. The timing of this study’s release coincided with North American and certain part of Europe preparing to promote massive vaccination efforts on their citizens. Under a propaganda pandemic campaign to fear…

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Study Suggest Eating Fish During Pregnancy Posses No Risk to Health of Baby

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In recent years, one of the biggest mysteries to have confronted health experts is the rise in Autism rates among children born in the U.S. According to the latest estimates by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, the number children born with autism has risen from one out of every 150 in 2002 to…

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The Bubonic Plague is Popping Up in Wild Animals and Pets in the Western United States

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The Bubonic Plague is Popping Up in Wild Animals and Pets in the Western United States

Health officials in Los Angeles County announced on 24 July that a squirrel found covered in fleas has tested positive for bubonic plague, the scourge that develops into the deadly pneumonic plague known as the Black Death and wiped out an estimated 200 million people in Europe during the 14th century. Last month, two pet…

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Can Injections Be The Alternative To Knee Surgery For Patients With Osteoarthritis?

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Can Injections Be The Alternative To Knee Surgery For Patients With Osteoarthritis?

Arthritis affects every individual at some point in their life. For some, arthritis makes an appearance much later in life while others are not so fortunate. Milder forms of arthritis can be handled with pain medications and heating pads. The trouble starts when arthritic pain becomes so severe that it debilitates and disfigures the person…

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New Test May Predict Child’s Risk of Autism at Birth

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New Test May Predict Child’s Risk of Autism at Birth

Over the last decade, the number of children in the U.S. with autism has risen by a remarkable 78 percent, according to 2012 study released by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Currently, one out of every 88 children born in the U.S. has a disorder that falls within the autism spectrum, an umbrella…

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The Importance Of Understanding Autism

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The Importance Of Understanding Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month and the perfect time to become better educated about this disorder in order to more effectively understand and interact with autism sufferers. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that one out of every 88 children will develop an autism spectrum disorder. Typically diagnosed within the first three years…

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How Can Smoking Affect Your Health And Possibly Lead To Cancer?

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How Can Smoking Affect Your Health And Possibly Lead To Cancer?

We have been hearing time and time again that smoking is injurious to health, and can lead to many health complications which may eventually cause death. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every five deaths in the US is caused due to smoking complications. Smoking leads to cardiovascular complications, respiratory…

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Kids With ADHD Face Mental Health Woes

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Kids With ADHD Face Mental Health Woes

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is thought of a disorder that affects a kid’s ability to sit still and pay attention in school, but the truth is that ADHD can stay with the person who was diagnosed as a child. As William Barbaresi, associate child of developmental medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital and author…

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Can Bad Oral Hygiene Affect Your Overall Health?

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Can Bad Oral Hygiene Affect Your Overall Health?

While most people practice good oral hygiene for the most part; statistics suggest that many do not. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 50 percent of American adults have some form of gum disease. A quiet problem that often goes unnoticed for years, gum disease can cause all sorts of serious…

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How To Have Fun With Your Exercising

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How To Have Fun With Your Exercising

It is not exactly news these days that there is a relationship between staying fit and being healthy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that children get at least one hour of physical activity a day like jumping rope. For adults, that number drops 150 minutes a week. Remaining physical controls your weight, and reduces…

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