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Malaria in the News or Fear-Based Nonsense?

Malaria in the News or Fear-Based Nonsense?

Health Viewpoints On June 26, the  CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] issued a health advisory when Texas and Florida reported cases of malaria. The five diagnoses—one in Texas ...

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Measles Making a Comeback, and It’s Never Really Gone

Measles Making a Comeback, and It’s Never Really Gone

Health Viewpoints The global threat of measles outbreaks looms large. Despite significant progress in measles control, outbreaks continue to surge across various regions, jeopardizing public health worldwide. In Europe, where ...

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Effective Ways to Naturally Prevent Mosquito Bites and Deadly Mosquito-Borne Diseases

Effective Ways to Naturally Prevent Mosquito Bites and Deadly Mosquito-Borne Diseases

A domestic resurgence of U.S. malaria cases for the first time in 20 years, with predictions the numbers will rise, has created concern about mosquito-borne diseases and how to prevent ...

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Major Setback in Shortened Tuberculosis Treatment as Clinical Trial Fails

Major Setback in Shortened Tuberculosis Treatment as Clinical Trial Fails

In a major setback to fighting tuberculosis (TB), the first clinical trial of a shortened treatment has been forced to shut down the enrollment of new participants. The trial aimed ...

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2 Types of Vaccinated or Long-COVID Patients Have a Higher Risk of Blood Clots
Frankincense: A First Aid Essential Oil With Anti-Arthritic, Analgesic, Anti-Microbial Effect and Mores
Blood Clotting May Be Causing Long COVID and Vaccine Injury: How to Get Better
Officials Issue Alerts About Potentially Deadly Mosquito-Borne Virus Across US

Officials Issue Alerts About Potentially Deadly Mosquito-Borne Virus Across US

Health officials say that they are discovering mosquitoes with West Nile virus, a potentially fatal illness, across multiple states in recent days. On Thursday, authorities in Des Moines, Iowa, announced ...

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Malaria Reemerges in the US for the First Time in 20 Years

Malaria Reemerges in the US for the First Time in 20 Years

Malaria, an infectious disease once a leading cause of death in the United States, was eradicated in the 1950s. However, a recent health warning issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and ...

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Undeniable Deaths After HPV Vaccination

Undeniable Deaths After HPV Vaccination

The HPV Vaccine: A Double-Edged Sword? (Part 1)

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UK Guidelines Recommend Honey, Not Antibiotics, for Cough

UK Guidelines Recommend Honey, Not Antibiotics, for Cough

Due to the overprescribing of antibiotics and concerns about antibiotic resistance, health officials in England are proposing new guidelines promoting the use of honey as a first line of treatment ...

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Health Officials Put Americans on Notice Over Disease Now Found Across the US

Health Officials Put Americans on Notice Over Disease Now Found Across the US

Authorities across the United States have issued notices about West Nile virus, a deadly disease that can be spread via mosquitoes, after more positive cases have been reported. In a ...

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CDC Says Cases of Deadly Bacterial Illness Among Patients With HIV Rose in 2022

CDC Says Cases of Deadly Bacterial Illness Among Patients With HIV Rose in 2022

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) saw a rise in rare but serious meningococcal infections among patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in 2022, according to preliminary data published on June ...

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Study: Replacing Lost Bacteria Alleviates Long COVID

Study: Replacing Lost Bacteria Alleviates Long COVID

Bifidobacteria pill led to improvement in gut symptoms, fatigue, concentration, and memory 

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Germany’s Distinctly Different Approach to Health Care

Germany’s Distinctly Different Approach to Health Care

“The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.” ...

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Lifestyle Changes Outperform Pharmaceuticals in Treating Vaccine Injuries and Long COVID: Survey

Lifestyle Changes Outperform Pharmaceuticals in Treating Vaccine Injuries and Long COVID: Survey

Lifestyle changes may be more effective than pharmaceuticals in treating long COVID or post-COVID vaccine syndrome, preliminary survey findings suggest. Over 450 individuals who identified themselves as vaccine-injured were surveyed ...

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Tuberculosis on the Rise: Here’s What to Know About the Disease

Tuberculosis on the Rise: Here’s What to Know About the Disease

Over the past few years, we have experienced isolation, mask-wearing, and significant behavioral changes in response to a declared pandemic. As that emergency fades into the "new normal" of our ...

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The Essential Guide to Giardiasis: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, and Natural Approaches

The Essential Guide to Giardiasis: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments, and Natural Approaches

Approximately 7.15 million waterborne illnesses occur in the United States each year. The Giardia intestinal parasite is the most common of its kind found in humans in the United States. ...

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Holistic Treatment for Candida Infection

Holistic Treatment for Candida Infection

If you are suffering from Candida, here are a few simple recommendations

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Is Your Diet Giving You UTIs?

Is Your Diet Giving You UTIs?

New research suggests E. coli in some meats could be causing urinary tract infections

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Strategies to Restore a Damaged Microbiome

Strategies to Restore a Damaged Microbiome

Cultivating Our Gut Microbiome to Stifle Disease Series (Part 8)

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Black Seed Oil’s Effects on Obesity, Eczema, and More

Black Seed Oil’s Effects on Obesity, Eczema, and More

This traditional remedy has been shown to be effective against several ailments, including COVID-19

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Top 5 Natural Antiviral Agents

Top 5 Natural Antiviral Agents

Research shows these 5 substances can help the immune system face viral invaders

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CDC Revised Vaccine Statements: Why Common Respiratory Vaccines Give Dubious Protection

CDC Revised Vaccine Statements: Why Common Respiratory Vaccines Give Dubious Protection

Historically, vaccines were designed to protect against infection and transmission. However, this property does not extend to the recent respiratory viral vaccines. While the annual influenza vaccines provide some protection ...

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Could Aspirin Have Cut COVID Deaths in Half?

Could Aspirin Have Cut COVID Deaths in Half?

I suspect this popular medicine has been the target of a discrediting campaign for the simple reason it competes with newer, far more expensive blood thinners and pain relievers that ...

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Your Miraculous Spleen Works Tirelessly, Cleaning Your Blood and Protecting Against Viral Assaults
‘The Big Catch-Up:’ The WHO to Vaccinate Millions of Children

‘The Big Catch-Up:’ The WHO to Vaccinate Millions of Children

Millions of children who missed routine vaccinations during the pandemic may be vaccinated as part of “The Big Catch-up,” a global initiative launched by the World Health Organization (WHO) and ...

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