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A tuberculosis outbreak in western Alabama has killed three adults, the state department of public health confirmed on Thursday. Since January 2014, 26 patients were diagnosed, four of which are children.

The infection rate in the town of Marion is greater than those in many third world countries, public health officials said. "This is a case rate of 253 per 100,000 population in the town of Marion. This far exceeds the TB case rate of 2.5 per 100,000 in the whole state of Alabama in 2015," the department stated in a media release.

Fox News

January 8, 2016

Did you know that most of the fluoride added to your water comes from China? And it is laced with heavy metals!

'The sodium fluoride added to US water supplies is contaminated with the toxic elements lead, tungsten and aluminum,' the announcement from Natural News two weeks ago began, 'Strontium and uranium were also found in substantial quantities in some samples, raising additional questions about the purity of industrial fluoride used for water fluoridation.'

viralalternativenews.com

December 11, 2015

Four current and former inmates at the San Juan County Adult Detention Center testified last week at a federal court hearing in Albuquerque that the jail continues to provide negligent medical care.

The Nov. 24 hearing was held to determine whether the judge should appoint a doctor to independently oversee medical services at the detention center. The detention center and hospital have denied claims of medical negligence, and Ron Childress, the attorney representing San Juan County and its detention center, has argued the jail does not need such oversight.

daily-times.com

December 5, 2015

Two Hill County children who were the subject of an Amber Alert last month are now in the custody of Child Protective Services.

The Amber Alert was issued for 5-year-old Lulamae Ann King and 6-year-old Deondre King after authorities said the children were taken by their mother and believed to be headed to Oklahoma. The alert was later discontinued due to a lack of information.

nbcdfw.com

December 3, 2015

Washington County farmers and forest land owners can apply for assistance to protect the health and productivity of their land under the Environmental Quality Incentives Program.

Under the program, the conservation service offers technical and financial assistance to plan and install conservation practices on cropland, pastureland and non-industrial private forestland. "This year, farmers have the unique opportunity to apply for conservation practices identified as local priorities," said Elmer Weibley, Washington County Soil Conservation District manager.

heraldmailmedia.com

November 22, 2015

Prosecutors have charged the Omaha parents of an 8-year-old special needs boy with child abuse, saying the boy was malnourished and bruised, and that his teeth appeared to be nearly disintegrated.

Stephen Bauer, 37, and his 32-year-old wife, Megan Finlan, were each charged Friday with two counts of child abuse causing serious bodily injury. Bauer has been suspended from his job as program director for the Nebraska Family Support Network, which helps children and families affected by mental and behavioral health problems.

theindependent.com

November 15, 2015

Numerous health professionals are evermore stressing the great health benefits of earthing.

Various studies have proven the healing effects of earthing, which has surprisingly been found to be more powerful than the use of antioxidants, pain killer medication, blood sugar regulators and at times even cancer medication. Earthing provides the body with natural balancing effects, which is done by shifting and stabilizing charged particles to and from the earth. Earthing is essentially ridding your body from free radicals, pollutants and heavy metals by discharging the body through direct contact with the earth.

lookfromabove.com

October 19, 2015

Advocacy groups for homeschooling have blocked attempts to require homeschooled students to complete annual academic and medical tests.

The controversy started in 2003 when a New Jersey boy, 19, was found going through the neighbor's garbage. He was four feet tall and weighed 45 pounds. He and his three younger brothers were all homeschooled, according to The Pacific Standard.

kkla.com

October 17, 2015

Two years ago, Natasha Felix's three children were outside playing at a playground next to her East Ukrainian Village apartment while she was at home.

She was checking on her sons - then ages 11, 9 and 5 - by looking out the window every 10 minutes, she said. But when a passer-by saw the Felix kids, along with a 9-year-old cousin, she assumed they were unsupervised and called the state's Department of Children and Family Services hotline. What one mother views as a benign activity, the state's child protective agency sees much differently.

wcfcourier.com

October 16, 2015

This World Food Day, on Friday, all roads lead to the magnificent Nakuru County in Kenya's rift valley region; where a demonstration and a public debate have been organised to challenge the push for the introduction of Genetically Modified Organisms.

The Kenya Biodiversity Coalition (KBioC) together with Greenpeace Africa, Kenya Organic Agriculture Network (KOAN) and the Institute for Culture and Ecology (ICE) are joining the rest of the world to celebrate and address critical issues and concerns around the Right to food. Through the demonstration, the organisations aim to call on the Government of Kenya (GOK) not to lift the ban on GMOs.

sustainablepulse.com

October 15, 2015

      

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