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Haitian Cholera Epidemic Sparks Murderous Witch Hunt by Dr. Romeo V. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Fri 10 Dec 2010 10:16am Fear over the mounting casualties stemming from the fast-moving cholera episemic in Haiti has led to the deaths of at least twelve Haitians accused of using "black magic" to spread the epidemic.  Since the first case in October, the epidemic has spread to an estimated 91,000 Haitians and killed more that 2,000 to date.  Given that no cholera ... Read on »
Who is Responsible for Zimbabwe's Current Anthrax and Cholera Epidemics? by Meryl Nass Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 8:02pm Zimbabwe media are reporting that Zimbabwe government officials are blaming British operatives during the liberation struggle--and today--for cholera and anthrax epidemics currently affecting the country: http://www.newsnet.co.zw/index.php?nID=14583 "Dr Ndlovu quoted a research by Tom Mangold, a researcher in Warfare and Jeff Goldberg, an ... Read on »
Vaccines on Trial by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 12:00pm [Guest post by Amrita Desai] I came across a very interesting article on One of the largest ever vaccine studies which is underway in Kolkata, India. Paroma Basu, who is a freelance writer based in Madison, Wisconsin, uncovers the benefits and difficulties of inoculating 60,000 people against cholera and typhoid fever out of population of 14 ... Read on »
What You Should Know About Acid Blockers by DrGodo Facebook Posted Thu 15 Dec 2011 3:42pm “Acid blocking drugs may seem great but the longer you take these drugs, the more potential problems can arise.” If you have problems with acid indigestion chances are you’ve heard about acid blocking drugs. We’ve all seen the commercials, fast relief. It may seem great but what long term effects do these drugs have on your digestive system ... Read on »
Cholera cases in Florida and Dominican Republic linked to Haiti by Dr. Erik McLaughlin Medical Doctor Posted Fri 19 Nov 2010 12:00am Drawing of cholera in Le Petit journal Haiti Cholera outbreak spreads: The cholera outbreak in Haiti  appears to have broken the international borders and now has cases appearing in Florida and the Dominican Republic.  A woman who lives in Florida returned home to the US after visiting family in Haiti and carried ... Read on »
How to protect yourself in Monsoons? {Guest Post} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Fri 10 Aug 2012 1:30am Monsoon season in India is something that everyone should strive to prepare for. Being prepared can help to prevent injury and emergency situations. Knowing how to prepare is critical because it will mean that you will have everything in place when the monsoons hit. The monsoon season in India is generally from June until September. ... Read on »
BIOGAS: A Bright Idea for Africa by Environmental Health Posted Sun 30 Apr 2006 9:00pm BIOGAS: A Bright Idea for Africa Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to Valerie J. Brown ... Read on »
Arsenic: In Search of an Antidote to a Global Poison by Environmental Health Posted Tue 31 May 2005 9:00pm Arsenic: In Search of an Antidote to a Global Poison Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Cholera Treatment by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm One of the most severe diseases of the intestines is cholera. It involves the lower part of the small bowels and it is a very serious ailment. Being a water borne disease it is very common during the monsoons. The mortality rate for this disease has been quite high. The disease strikes suddenly and fills the intestinal canal with bacil ... Read on »
Cholera Treatment by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm One of the most severe diseases of the intestines is cholera. It involves the lower part of the small bowels and it is a very serious ailment. Being a water borne disease it is very common during the monsoons. The mortality rate for this disease has been quite high. The disease strikes suddenly and fills the intestinal canal with b ... Read on »