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Commend Organization for Worldwide Veterinary Care
World  (tags: covered in fleas and ticks, veterinary care for over 375 animals, world, society, treatment, safety, prevention, healthcare, health, humans, illness, interesting, disease, drugs, Body-Mind-Spirit, food, nutrition, protection, medicine, animalwelfare, suff )

- 691 days ago -
Nico was an abandoned puppy found by the World Vets team while on a mission in the Dominican Republic. Like many animals helped by World Vets on that trip, Nico was hungry, dehydrated, ~Photo Credit: Richard W Sinyem via InterestingFoto
China Food Scandal: Rat Meat Sold as Lamb Meat
World  (tags: warning, risks, food, health, nutrition, illness, humans, disease, family, children, society, world )

- 933 days ago -
Beyond the obvious gross factor of the discovery, the rat meat used in the scam was obviously never safety tested or inspected. It may have been, like many other foods in China, heavily contaminated with heavy metals and toxic chemicals. Rats, after all..
Air Pollution Scourge Underestimated, Green Energy Can Help: U.N.
World  (tags: illness, health, ethics, protection, prevention, society, safety, risks, science, study, treatment, warning, investigation, world, UnitedNations, unitednations, usa, government )

- 956 days ago -
Air pollution is an underestimated scourge that kills far more people than AIDS and malaria and a shift to cleaner energy could easily halve the toll by 2030, U.N. officials said on Tuesday.
Defend Indigenous People and the Amazon ACTION
World  (tags: Sarayaku, chevron, Amazon, Ecuador, big oil, law, Texaco, drilling waste, indigenous, humanrights, world, crime, illness, health )

- 1125 days ago -
The government of Ecuador plans to auction off oil development rights within nearly ten million acres of primary forest and indigenous land that has been inhabited for centuries, including all of Sarayaku territory.
Fidel Castro Suffered a Stroke, Venezuelan Doctor Says
World  (tags: Cuba, Fidel Castro, news, world, media, illness )

- 1131 days ago -
A Naples doctor said former Cuban leader Fidel Castro is near 'a neurovegetative state' after suffering a stroke. "He suffered an embolic stroke and recognizes absolutely no one," said José Marquina, a respected doctor.
World Leaders: End Hunger By 2015! ACTOIN
World  (tags: food, illness, disease, family, world hunger, nutrition, occupy food )

- 1278 days ago -
Hunger is the world's number one health risk, killing more people than tuberculosis, malaria, and AIDS combined. Over 15,000 people will die today of hunger alone. If we don't address the ever-growing issue of world hunger, trying to solve other problems
ACTION ALERT: End US Denial of Role in Vietnam's Agent Orange Crisis! PLEASE SIGN !
World  (tags: vietnam war, agent orange, victims, herbicide, suffering, apology, human rights, illness )

- 1509 days ago -
After nearly 40 years and 2 failed Supreme Court cases, the United States still refuses to accept blame for the 3-4 million Agent Orange victims in Vietnam. 20 million gallons of herbicide were dumped by the United States on Vietnam during the Vietnam War
ACTION ALERT: Force Chevron to Release True Annual Report! PLEASE SIGN !
World  (tags: chevron, humans, enviornment, disaster, pollution, illness, oil companies, report )

- 1519 days ago -
This year, the release of Chevron's annual report was met with an unprecedented rebuttal: the release of an alternative annual report which detailed the true cost of Chevron. Chevron, one of the biggest oil companies in the world.
Reports Highlight Plight of Poorest Children
World  (tags: children, poverty, illness, deaths, save the children )

- 1905 days ago -
Save the Children says there have been four million preventable child deaths over the past 10 years because states have failed to help the poorest.In another report, the UN children's agency Unicef also highlights a huge divide between child
Jane BüRgermeister and the Case Against Pharmaceutical Companies, Governments, Banks and the World Health Organization - Vienna,   video
World  (tags: , H1N1 vaccinations, swine flu inoculations, Baxter, Novartis, AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Obama, WHO, Rockefeller, illness )

- 2221 days ago -
This is a documentary that outlines the risks that exist if people submit to flu vaccinations, especially if flu vaccinations become forced with military backup. It is The Plan described by Jane Bürgermeister, and there are documents which support it.
Sign Petition: Tell Congress to End Child Hunger
World  (tags: world, global, crisis, poor, children, families, food, security, act, starvation, disease, health, nutrition, illness, humans, death, society, malnutrition, poverty, sadness )

- 2289 days ago -
The global food crisis may be out of the headlines for the moment, but for poor children and families, the emergency remains urgent and real. Please co-sponsor the The Roadmap to End Global Hunger and Promote Food Security Act of 2009 (H.R. 2817).
Britons Outraged Over US Conservatives Criticism of British Health Care
World  (tags: britain, nhs, conservatives, lies, socialist, healthcare, government, public, option, republicans, corruption, dishonesty, cover-up, americans, abuse, illness, disease, treatment, prevention, medicine, protection, safety )

- 2290 days ago -
Britons are outraged and speaking out in response to comments among Conservatives in the United States attacking Britain's national health care system as socialist, evil and Orwellian. Such criticism has sparked an outpouring of NHS support in Britain.
Lead Poisoning Sickens 600 Kids in China
World  (tags: world, China, lead poison, contamination, environment, pollution, children, illness, health, prevention, protection, risks )

- 2293 days ago -
More than 600 children have been sickened with lead poisoning in a northern Chinese province where authorities shut a smelter earlier this week thought to have caused the contamination,
Sign Petition: Provide Water for the World
World  (tags: world, clean, water, sanitation, poor, health, prevention, protection, risks, safety, illness, health, humans, disease, children, rights, technology, science, government, obama )

- 2357 days ago -
In his Inaugural Address, President Obama said, "let clean waters flow." With those words, he brought recognition to the suffering of 884 million people who do not have access to clean water and 2.5 billion without adequate sanitation.

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