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Dennis Hill- a Bio chemist kills his Prostate cancer using cannabis oil talks about endo-canabinoids

October 31, 2015 by  
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Dennis Hill, a biochemist from the cancer industry, kills his own advanced stage prostate cancer using marijuana. The concentrated cannabis oil, aka “rick simpson oil,” or marijuana extract, is the essential oils from the marijuana plant which is extracted and condensed to a tiny dose the size of a half of grain of rice

‘Qaeda’ Yemen rampage kills 56 soldiers and police

September 20, 2013 by  
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‘Qaeda’ Yemen rampage kills 56 soldiers and police (via AFP)

Suspected Al-Qaeda fighters killed at least 54 soldiers and police in a wave of dawn attacks Friday, the deadliest day for Yemeni security forces since jihadist strongholds fell last year. The militant assaults came in the lawless southern province…

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Chinese suspension bridge collapse kills three

August 24, 2012 by  
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Two transport disasters have struck a north-eastern Chinese province, with a bridge collapse  upending four trucks killing three people and passenger trains colliding at a railway station injuring at least 24.

The trucks plunged 30 metres (100ft) after the suspension bridge collapsed early on Friday in Heilongjiang province, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. State television footage showed the vehicles crushed upside down and officials reported three deaths.

Xinhua said it was at least the sixth major bridge collapse across the country since July last year.

The train collision occurred on Thursday evening at  Jiamusi in Heilongjiang, Xinhua said. The news agency cited a railway spokesman in the provincial capital as saying most of the injured were preparing to get off a train when the other train ran into it.

Most of the injuries were slight and five people were under medical observation, Xinhua said, adding that an investigation was under way.

Train and road accidents are relatively common in China due to lax safety and maintenance procedures.

read more:http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/aug/24/chinese-suspension-bridge-collapse?newsfeed=true

Spate of attacks kills 107 across Iraq

July 23, 2012 by  
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As well as the scores of deaths, at least 268 people were wounded by bombings and shootings in Shi’ite areas of Baghdad, the Shi’ite town of Taji to the north, the northern cities of Kirkuk and Mosul and many other places, hospital and police sources said, making it one of Iraq’s bloodiest days in weeks.

No group has claimed responsibility for the wave of assaults but a senior Iraqi security official blamed the local wing of al Qaeda, made up of Sunni Muslim militants bitterly hostile to the Shi’ite-led government, which is friendly with Iran.

“Recent attacks are a clear message that al Qaeda in Iraq is determined to spark a bloody sectarian war,” the official said, asking not to be named.

“With what’s going on in Syria, these attacks should be taken seriously as a potential threat to our country. Al Qaeda is trying to push Iraq to the verge of Shi’ite-Sunni war,” he said. “They want things to be as bad as in Syria.”

full story:http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/07/23/us-iraq-bomb-idUSBRE86M06M20120723

FDA Seeks Prescription Drug Vending Machine

May 10, 2012 by  
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Anthony Gucciardi

Would you purchase prescription drugs from a vending machine? Thanks to a new move by the FDA to allow the public to diagnose themselves with conditions and purchase the appropriate pharmaceuticals from a vending machine, it may become a reality. By simply visiting a ‘drug kiosk’ in a mall or drug store, you may soon be able to buy drugs that treat health conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, asthma, and migraines.

Furthermore, it would be as simple as answering an online questionnaire at this kiosk to obtain drugs that currently require prescriptions. Prescription medications like antibiotics, which are currently being rampantly and unnecessarily given to patients on such a scale that they are majorly contributing to antibiotic-resistant diseases that medical professionals are currently concerned over.

Those backing the idea claim that it would be an effective method of handing out more pharmaceuticals to ‘those who need it’. In contrast, many professionals highlight the fact that most consumers do not have a strong medical understanding and it could lead to serious problems. In addition, the vending machine could massively increase pharmaceutical drug use, which kills more individuals per year than traffic fatalities. Pharmaceutical painkillers in specific are responsible for more deaths than heroin and cocaine combined.

Instead of distributing even more pharmaceuticals to consumers, perhaps the FDA should focus on solutions that do not require risky pharmaceuticals that on average contain 70 side effect. As a powerful alternatives to antibiotics, garlic is now being identified as a natural yet extremely potent method of fighting common food-borne illness that antibiotics are often prescribed to treat.

Of course this is not the only instance of pharmaceutical drugs damaging the human body and being outperformed by natural alternatives. Amazingly, it was shown by scientists that pharmaceutical cancer drugs, promoted by many as the only choice for cancer sufferers, actually breed massive tumors and kill patients more quickly. Meanwhile, research on the health benefits of turmeric is continually showing that the spice is an effective at combating cancer and shrinking tumors.

Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/fda-seeks-prescription-drug-vending-machine/#ixzz1uUJtLral

The Truth About Aspartame

March 25, 2012 by  
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