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  • 99 Lives will look for clues to certain diseases affecting humans and cats
    99 Lives project looks for secrets of certain diseases inside the genes of cats
    Cats help us in all sorts of ways. Having a cat is often therapeutic, because stroking them and listening to them purr relieves stress. They also help us catch bugs indoors, and they'd even clean our plates for us if we'd let them. Now,...
  • Commercial bees spread disease to wild bees
    Commercial bees spread disease to wild bees
    Bees that are raised and kept by humans for commercial enterprises like fruit tree pollination have been proven to be the vectors for disease in wild bee populations for the first time. Dr. Lena Wilfert from Biosciences at the University of Exeter...
  • Ebola prevention
    Eradicating Ebola will take more efforts from world government
    The World Health Organization says that a clear indifference of world governments to handle the Ebola emergency has added much to shape the plague as a beast for the populace of West African nations. The circumstances got to be more genuine. A...
  • Food Additives
    Food additives that increase the risk of life-threatening diseases
    You may be surprised to learn what kind of food additives are in the food you eat. Some favorite desserts contain insects. Hot dogs increase the risk of cancer. Pink slime, gum, and sulfites are added to many food products. For your health and...
  • Subcutaneous fat role in infection defense discovered
    Subcutaneous fat role in infection defense discovered
    Fat cells that lie beneath the upper layers of the skin have been found to actually be the first line of defense against infection. Dr. Richard Gallo, professor and chief of dermatology at the University of California at San Diego School of...
  • DNA structure
    Wear some new genes
    These are exciting times for health and wellness. Although cancer has reached epidemic proportions and will increase over 57% in the next 20 years, we now understand some of the mechanics in the body that can help us prevent and reverse disease in...
  • Baby cant be hugged: Look out for baby Kiira, cannot be touched on skin or pain
    Baby can't be hugged: Kiira the baby will have a 'life of pain,' skin blisters
    A baby can’t be hugged due to the child having an extremely rare genetic disease that can cause blisters on the skin through human contact. Known as recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa, Kiira the baby is unable to share in hugs, pats...
  • Starfish
    Scientists may have solved sea star wasting mystery
    Scientists may have solved the mystery of why massive numbers of sea stars have been seen off the California coast since last year. Fortunately, San Diego only had a few instances of sea star wasting during this time. Most cases were seen north of...
  • First Ebola, now Dengue hemorrhagic fever has arrived in the U.S.
    First Ebola, now Dengue hemorrhagic fever has arrived in the U.S.
    The immigration policies of the Obama administration and the democrats in Congress have opened the door to another disease, Dengue hemorrhagic fever that is now showing up in the U.S., Jerome R. Corsi of WND reported on Tuesday. With the influx of...
  • West Africa Ebola Cases
    CDC removes Ebola transmission poster
    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has taken down a poster that indicated that Ebola can be transmitted via a sneeze or cough. At this time there is no comment from the CDC on why this poster was taken down. Here is the actual poster that was...
  • Ebola airport protection and monitoring
    CARE kits from CDC will help West African travelers report Ebola conditions
    Travelers from Liberia, Sierra Leone, or Guinea who arrive in the U.S. at one of the five designated airports will be met with a “CARE” package by customs and border agents the Center For Disease Control announced Wednesday, October 22...
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    CDC admitted disease imported as states data reveals illegal immigrant links
    In straightforward defiance against the White House position of non-transparency, previous communication from the Center for Disease Control discovered Tuesday acknowledged that 97 percent of the measles found in United States this year could be...
  • Tori Spelling Ebola disease scare
    Tori Spelling evaluated for Ebola virus disease, quarantined for safety [Report]
    With a new reality show gearing up for its second season, rumors of divorce from cheating husband,Dean McDermott, pregnancy, and money woes, the last thing Tori Spelling needs is to be infected with Ebola virus disease. According to a report out...
  • New Kingdom Pharaohs did not have ankylosing spondylitis
    New Kingdom Pharaohs did not have ankylosing spondylitis
    The Egyptian Pharaohs of the eighteenth to the twentieth dynasty did not have ankylosing spondylitis but rather suffered from diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis. This is the conclusion reached by Dr. Sahar Saleem with the Kasr Al Ainy...
  • HazMat suits
    Preparing for post political cataclysmic events
    As Americans approach election day on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 preppers are in anticipation. Preppers think and plan ahead.Now, it doesn’t matter to which political party you have anaffiliation because from the emails that I receive from...