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Jul 4, 3 years ago

The Bible: The First Health Manual Ever Written

The Bible: The First Health Manual Ever Written

Medical headlines are kind of scary lately, from news of uncontrolled outbreaks of the Ebola virus in Africa to today’s announcement by England’s Prime Minister David Cameron that if we don’t do something about superbugs, we might end up back in the Dark Ages.

Jul 3, 3 years ago

More patients flocking to ERs under Obamacare

More patients flocking to ERs under Obamacare

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — It wasn’t supposed to work this way, but since the Affordable Care Act took effect in January, Norton Hospital has seen its packed emergency room become even more crowded, with about 100 more patients a month.

May 23, 4 years ago

E. coli outbreak linked to sprouts; hummus, dips, walnuts recalled

E. coli outbreak linked to sprouts; hummus, dips, walnuts recalled

(CNN) –This has been a big week for food product recalls and the risk of food borne illness.
Hamburger nearly kills Michigan man.Seven confirmed and three likely cases of E. coli infection linked to raw clover sprouts have been reported the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.

May 16, 4 years ago

Two meals a day ‘effective’ to treat type 2 diabetes

Two meals a day ‘effective’ to treat type 2 diabetes

Scientists prescribed two meals a day rich in fruit, vegetables and fiber.

Conesearchers in Prague fed two groups of 27 people the same calorie diet spread over two or six meals a day.

May 8, 4 years ago

Catholic League says Dr. Eric Walsh not qualified…

Catholic League says Dr. Eric Walsh not qualified…

Catholic League says Dr. Eric Walsh not qualified to be Pasadena Public Health director

PASADENA>> The New York based Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights issued a statement Tuesday saying Pasadena Public Health Director Dr. Eric Walsh should not keep his post at the city.

Apr 27, 4 years ago

Is choice lost? Microchip to administer drugs, replace pills

Is choice lost? Microchip to administer drugs, replace pills

(NaturalNews) According to reports from CNN, people who use pharmaceutical drugs, but who don’t like having to remember, think, exercise their personal agency, or make their own proactive choices throughout their day, may soon be able to get their medications automatically administered via an implanted chip.