Tag Archives: flu

WHO issues international Ebola outbreak warning

Ebola

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is an “extraordinary event”, which poses a public health risk to other states, the World Health Organization said, urging global coordinated response to the disease. The health body described the consequences of a further international spread of the virus as“particularly serious” due to its virulence. ...

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5 vaccines to never give a child

Vaccine baby

All vaccines should be avoided, but for those on the fence and still deciding whether to vaccinate your child, please review the following information on these 5 vaccines before blindly following the advice of any medical doctor. Knowledge is power and when you understand the uselessness of specific vaccines, the decision to ...

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FDA approves first GMO flu vaccine containing reprogrammed insect virus

Flu Vaccine

A new vaccine for influenza has hit the market, and it is the first ever to contain genetically-modified (GM) proteins derived from insect cells. According to reports, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved the vaccine, known as Flublok, which contains recombinant DNA technology and an insect virus known as ...

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Health Benefits of Green Tea – weight loss, anti-aging and more

Green Tea

Tea, a mainstay for thousands of years in countless cultures, has garnered attention in the west for its health promoting potential throughout the past several decades. To qualify as tea, a drink must be made from the leaves of this evergreen Camellia sinensis. Among true teas, there are green, black ...

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Cancer cell growth stopped and reversed by green tea

healthy green tea stops cancer

Scientists have found that the active ingredient in green tea can lead to a regression in chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)—a type of cancer that causes the bone marrow to make too many lymphocytes (white blood cells). Although the research showing how green tea can fight cancer cell growth was published a few ...

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