Saturday, September 23, 2017

WHO warns of running out of antibiotics globally

The world is in a serious lack of new antibiotics under development to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance, a World Health Organization (WHO) report warned on Wednesday, calling on governments and industries to urgently focus on R&D of new antibiotics. The report revealed...

16 killed in one of the worst Hepatitis A outbreak in Southern California, US

Sixteen people have died in one of the worst Hepatitis A outbreaks in the United States, health experts said on Tuesday. Sixteen people have died of the highly contagious virus in San Diego County in the state of California, and hundreds of others have...

Biochemist Dennis Hill kills his own cancer using Cannabis Oil

Prostate cancer affects 1 in 7 men during their lifetimes. The only traditional ways to combat this disease are chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery, which can cause terrible side effects in patients. For this reason, many people choose gentler ways of healing. Dennis Hill is one...

HIV/AIDS kills on average 80 Russians every day and the number is rising

In the first six months of the year, more than 14,500 Russians died from the immunodeficiency virus, the AIDS.Center foundation says, citing figures from the Federal Center for Fighting AIDS. This represents a more than 13-percent increase in HIV deaths compared to the same...

Cassini spacecraft ending historic mission to Saturn

Cassini spacecraft vanishes, ending historic mission to Saturn -- After 13 years in orbit, the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s Cassini spacecraft made a fateful plunge into Saturn's atmosphere early Friday morning, ending the mission just one month shy of its 20th launch...

Live footage of the final moments of the Cassini spacecraft

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NASA is providing live footage of the final moments of the Cassini spacecraft, as it plunges through Saturn's atmosphere and vaporizes to end its 20-year mission. The robotic explorer was launched on October 15 in 1997 and entered the orbit around Saturn on June 30,...

Benefits of medicinal mushrooms

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Mushrooms offer a wide variety of benefits and effects. Like calling cards of the forest, mushrooms are unique to their reactions. Some offer mental and stimulatory effects while others cause hallucinations. All containing their own unique form of plant fibers knowns as polysaccharides these fibers...

Canada announced plans to open 150 cannabis shops

The march towards international legalization of cannabis is taking a great leap forward as Ontario, Canada has announced plans to open 150 government-run pot shops said Walking Times. Additionally, and perhaps of greater interest, is their plan to also begin an online mail-order system,...

Microplastic contamination found in tap water around the world

Microplastic contamination has been found in tap water in countries around the world, leading to calls from scientists for urgent research on the implications for health. Scores of tap water samples from more than a dozen nations were analysed by scientists for an investigation by...

Hindu Priest explains how your subconscious mind can be reprogrammed

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The subconscious mind is akin to that unseen portion of an iceberg which remains underwater. Some believe that up to 95% of our mental activity takes place in the subconscious, just below our conscious awareness. This ‘underwater’ portion of the mind is never inactive, though,...

Cannabis oil cured woman with brain tumour after chemotherapy failed

Woman, 49, given just months to live claims cannabis oil cured her brain tumour after chemotherapy failed. A woman diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour has credited cannabis oil for making her cancer-free. Lynn Cameron was told she had just ‘six to 18 months’ to...

Hurricane Irma poses toughest test for US nuclear industry since Fukushima

Hurricane Irma poses toughest test for U.S. nuclear industry since Fukushima, reported Reuters on Saturday. Putin says Russia to help Japan clean up Fukushima disaster Hurricane Irma will pose the toughest test yet for U.S. nuclear power plants since reactors strengthened their defenses against natural...

Putin says Russia to help Japan clean up Fukushima disaster

By year-end, Russia and Japan will start joint efforts to clean up after the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Russian President Vladimir Putin made the announcement after talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Vladivostok. The countries’ "cooperation in the sphere of the...

Most powerful solar flare recorded since 2008 released by the Sun this morning

Two solar flares were released by the Sun this morning, one of which was the most powerful flare recorded since 2008. To see how this event may affect Earth, please visit NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center at http://spaceweather.gov, the U.S. government's official source for space weather...

Mutant Zika virus could be new secret weapon in fighting brain cancer

Medical researchers in the US have weaponized a mutated form of the Zika virus in the hopes of defeating a common, tenacious and highly aggressive form of brain cancer with some highly promising initial results.

The impacts of vaccines: Aluminum, autoimmunity, autism and alzheimer’s

Rebutting Big Pharma’s talking points about the safety of aluminum (and mercury) in vaccines -- “I predict that Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all times because at some point in time, the evidence will add up to prove that this vaccine…has absolutely...

Big Pharma and the CDC can’t be trusted when it comes to vaccines

Last Thursday, May 9, 2017, the Duluth News-Tribune re-published, on their Opinion Page/Other View, an editorial previously published in The Free Press of Mankato, MN. The title of the DNT was “Not Learning from our Errors” and the Free Press title was “Debunked vaccine...

Should you eat canned tuna?

3/5 experts say yes. It’s not the sexiest fish in the sea. But tuna—even once it’s caught, frozen, thawed, cooked, chopped and canned—still gets a nod of approval from most of our experts. Still, some aren’t pulling out their can openers anytime soon. First, though, some...

There is a possible link between urban lighting, breast cancer, study

A new U.S. study has found that exposure to city lights might increase the risk of breast cancer, reports said Monday. Peter James, assistant professor of population medicine at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, and his colleagues, tracked almost 110,000 U.S. women, followed as...

Japan launches satellite for advanced GPS operation

Japan on Saturday launched an H-2A rocket carrying a geo-positioning satellite into orbit after a week-long delay, the government said. The launch of Japan's third geo-positioning satellite is part of its plan to build a version of the U.S. global positioning system (GPS) to offer...

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