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620,000 Military Families Rely on Food Pantries to Meet Basic Needs | The Nation
Health & Wellness  (tags: ethics, lies, propaganda, iraq, dishonesty, corruption, military, media, economy, abuse, crime, war, rights, dishonesty, food, family, diet, protection, safety, prevention, treatment, nutrition )

Wild
- 33 minutes ago - thenation.com
This month, the US military announced that the air force had delivered more than 110,000 meal rations to stranded Yazidi refugees in Iraq, in a mission that prompted President Obama to hail "the skill and professionalism of our military, and the generosit
How Snake Venom Could Help Fight Cancer
Health & Wellness  (tags: animals, snakes, poisonous animals, research, health, protection, medicine, treatment, interesting, research, protection, study )

Cal
- 11 hours ago - theweek.com
There's a growing body of research examining the chemicals in various animal and plant toxins and their potential effectiveness in treating conditions from chronic pain to HIV. E
This Is What Happens In A Depressed Person's Brain
Health & Wellness  (tags: investigation, health, research needed, society, treatment, drugs )

Sharon
- 2 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Depression is not a bad mood. It is a biological reality and a medical condition, and when we talk about it as anything less than that, we belittle the people suffering from it.
For Diabetics, Losing Weight May Delay Kidney Problems
Health & Wellness  (tags: healthcare, health, diabetes, Body-Mind-Spirit, prevention, treatment )

Cal
- 5 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Healthy eating, staying active and losing weight are already recommended for people with type 2 diabetes, and new research suggests these steps may also delay or prevent chronic kidney disease.
INSPIRATIONAL! MAKING A DIFFERENCE! 60 MINUTES: Affordable Care for Those Still Uninsured
Health & Wellness  (tags: obama, politics, healthcare, obamacare, making a difference, nurses making a difference in Appalachia, medical care for the needy, illness, prevention, treatment, healthcare, health, government, medicine, news, interesting, Body-Mind-Spirit )

Cal
- 8 days ago - cbsnews.com
Nurse practitioners are providing badly needed health care to the uninsured working poor in Appalachia -- medical mercy for those left out of Obamacare
News Update: Kentucky, Feds Reach Agreement On Hemp Imports and Reverses Position on Hemp Seed Seizure
Health & Wellness  (tags: americans, culture, society, family, GoodNews, government, health, law, rights, consumers, economy, farming, investments, labor, investors, news, AlternativeMed, AlternativeMed, health, healthcare, illness, treatment, research, prevention )

David
- 10 days ago - arisitol.com
department will file an application with the federal government for a permit to import hemp seeds, and the federal government will process the Kentucky's application quickly. The federal government also agrees that the process established by the state...
Death By Salt? New Study Finds Too Much Sodium Is A Global Killer
Health & Wellness  (tags: salt consumption, diet, disease, Body-Mind-Spirit, protection, prevention, study, treatment, warning, society, food, illness, healthcare, health )

Cal
- 13 days ago - npr.org
This salt overload is taking its toll. The study concludes that about 1.65 million deaths from cardiovascular disease each year can be attributed to sodium consumption.
Woman With Aggressive Cancer Delays Treatment in the Name of Science
Health & Wellness  (tags: cancer, science, treatment, disease, humans, illness, research, society, study, women )

Lone
- 19 days ago - ca.shine.yahoo.com
Mother, grandmother, and biomedical scientist Kimberly Koss of Illinois is battling a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer, called triple negative -- but has chosen to skip an initial round of chemotherapy
Experimental Ebola Drug Based on Research Discoveries From Canada's National Lab
Health & Wellness  (tags: Ebola vaccine, research, Canada, death, disease, drugs, ethics, healthcare, humans, medicine, treatment )

Lynn
- 20 days ago - home.mytelus.com
The experimental Ebola drug given to two American aid workers is based on years of research done at Canada's National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg. ... The drug had never been tested in humans before ...
Twenty-One Questions About Ebola: Government Propaganda, Medical Corruption and Bio Weapons Experiments
Health & Wellness  (tags: death, disease, environment, Ebola, family, government, healthcare, humans, interesting, illness, investigation, medicine, prevention, protection, research, risks, safety, society, study, treatment, warning )

Frans
- 20 days ago - naturalnews.com
Something's fishy about the official stories we're being told on Ebola. Things don't add up, which is why I'm posing these twenty-one important questions we should all be considering ...
Ebola 'Dirty Bomb' the Next Big Fear: Are Large Cities Vulnerable to Biological Attack?
Health & Wellness  (tags: disease, environment, ethics, government, health, humans, investigation, prevention, protection, research, risks, safety, society, study, treatment, warning )

Frans
- 21 days ago - naturalnews.com
The possibility of Ebola being harvested by would-be terrorists and used as a bioweapon in a large city is now at the front of the minds of many. Dr. Peter D. Walsh of the University of Cambridge is publicly raising the alarm over the same warning ...
Israel Offered Medical Aid to Gazans, But the PA Refused to Accept It
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, children, death, ethics, health, healthcare, medicine, safety, treatment, Israel, PA, Gaza )

Ge
- 21 days ago - ynetnews.com
Israel's Health Ministry offered humanitarian aid worth millions of shekels to the Gaza Strip, but the Palestinian Authority has refused to accept it. Health Ministry prepared millions of shekels worth of medicine, chemotherapy and medical equipment
Why You Shouldn't Be Afraid Of The Ebola Virus Spreading In The U.S.
Health & Wellness  (tags: US, Ebola virus, CDC, treatment, containment, disease, medicine, risks, safety, humans, news, interesting, society )

Carrie
- 23 days ago - foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com
Ebola is deadly and can spread person-to-person, but with the precise infection prevention measures that will be in place with the CDC, the spread of the virus in America is extremely unlikely. I think that fear is unwarranted and here's why.
U.S. Doctor Infected With Ebola Arrives in Atlanta for Treatment
Health & Wellness  (tags: disease, death, risks, treatment, Ebola Outbreak )

Naoko
- 24 days ago - japantimes.co.jp
The first Ebola victim to be brought to the United States from Africa was safely escorted into a specialized isolation unit Saturday at one of the nation's best hospitals, where doctors said they are confident the deadly virus won't escape.
The Real Reason We Still Don't Have A Vaccine For Ebola
Health & Wellness  (tags: babies, Body-Mind-Spirit, children, death, disease, drugs, environment, ethics, family, health, healthcare, humans, illness, medicine, news, prevention, protection, research, safety, science, society, treatment )

Frank
- 24 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Three renowned doctors joined HuffPost Live on Monday to weigh in on all the facts about the Ebola outbreak, from how the disease spreads to how it might be stopped.
 

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