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  • Adding Fire to the Fuel
    Study: 33 million have an 'I-Don't-Have-a-Problem' alcohol problem
    Researchers from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) asked 36,000 adults about lifetime drinking habits, including current or within the past year. In the study published June 3 online in JAMA Psychiatry, 14 percent of...
  • Sounds can cause seizures in older cats
    Sounds can cause seizures in older cats
    High-pitched sounds can produce seizures in older cats just like they do in humans. Mark Lowrie and Laurent Garosi from Davies Veterinary Specialists and Robert Harvey from the University College London School of Pharmacy in London have proven the...
  • Physicians show your pet can give you disease
    Vets show your pet can give you disease
    People can acquire a variety of diseases from pets. The variety of diseases that people can contract from pets has never been examined fully nor has the methods to prevent the transmission of diseases from pets to humans been explored. Dr. Jason...
  • Hayley Okines dies
    Hayley Okines dies: Inspirational teen who battled rare aging disease dies at 17
    Hayley Okines, an inspirational teenager who suffered from a rare disease that locked her in the body of a 100-year-old, died this week. She was 17 years old. Okines had progeria – a genetic disorder where premature aging onsets at a very...
  • Civil War Hospital
    Measles killed 11,000 soldiers in the Civil War
    According to the Yale National Initiative, Civil War records show that over 67,000 cases of measles was confirmed in the Union army causing over 4,000 deaths. During 1861 alone, Union doctors reported 551 deaths from 21,676 cases. The deaths were...
  • Celebrate National Nutrition Month this March
    Celebrate National Nutrition Month this March
    March is a good month for preppers to become informed about good food choices and to develop sound eating habits. To become more informed about nutrition, preppers could watch a series of DVDs about the dangers of:1. Fast food.2. GMOs.3. The corn...
  • Beau-1
    Sweet Beau- a loveable FIV family addition
    We have a new addition to our feline family… Beau. He is the most loveable Maine Coon Cat we have ever seen…. And he has Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) disease.Beau showed up one day on our rear deck off our master bedroom...
  • Miami Children's Hospital pediatrician Dr. Amanda Porro, M.D administers a measles vaccination to Sophie Barquin,4,
    A modest proposal to compel parents to vaccinate their children
    The astonishing measles outbreak fueled primarily by the refusal of many hip, rich, liberal parents living on the west coast to vaccinate their children, has proven to be vexing, to say the least. USA Today reports that another old disease once...
  • Band-tailed pigeon
    Large number of band-tailed pigeons dying in California
    People in California are asked to be on the lookout for sick or dead band-tailed pigeons. At least a thousand dead pigeons have been seen around California since December. The cause has been traced back to a parasite (Avian Trichomonosis) which...
  • Immunization is necessary to save American lives
    Truth about vaccine safety and immigration can stop deadly diseases in America
    Nationwide debates about the safety of vaccinations and illegal immigration have been sparked by an outbreak of 102 cases of measles 14 states in January as reported by the Centers of Disease Control.Tuesday, Congressional Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.)...
  • Hormones influence your health - learn to get them working for you!
    "The Female Hormone Solution": The secret to women's health
    The female body is a complex and dynamic machine that works divinely well...when it gets the right signals. Those signals are hormones, the message carriers of the brain and hypothalamus, and when they don't send the right signals to your body...
  • MMR vaccine bottle
    Are vaccines too dangerous to be mandatory?
    The anti-vaccination movement has been gaining steam in the last few years, and with it has come the rise of previously eradicated diseases. With events like the Super Bowl coming up this Sunday and the recent outbreak of measles from Disneyland,...
  • 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...
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