Ground-breaking medical research millions choose to reject

From American Thinker.Com August 19, 2014 By Carol Brown Dr. Leslie Lobel is an Israeli virologist conducting cutting edge research on a cure for Ebola -- a cure he believes is three to five years away. As reported in the Times of Israel: Unlike many people, Dr. Leslie Lobel has not been shocked to hear about the current Ebola epidemic in West Africa, the largest ever recorded since the virus’s discovery in 1976 in the Democratic Continue Reading

Airborn Transmission of Ebola?

From American Thinker.Com August 15, 2014 By Ronald R. Cherry, MD Many people have been mis-informed regarding human to human transmission of Ebola. The Canadian Health Dept. States that airborne transmission of Ebola is strongly suspected and the CDC admits that Ebola can be transmitted in situations where there is no physical contact between people, I.e.: via airborne inhalation into the lungs or into the eyes where individuals Continue Reading

Micro-Terrorists: The EBOLA Virus Outbreak

From KHouse.Org I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence. He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler. — Psalm 91:3–4 Take off your shoes. Raise your arms in the X-ray machine. Watch airport security personnel toss your Continue Reading

Measles, Skepticism, Science, and Real Conservatism

From American Thinker.Com July 1, 2014 By Sierra Rayne In the ongoing debate among conservatives over vaccination programs -- in which case the measles are often used as a case study by both sides -- two distinct issues are getting muddled: (1) whether or not the government should have vaccination programs (either mandatory or optional); and (2) whether or not vaccination programs have been successful. The first question is Continue Reading

Clarifying the Debate Over Measles Vaccinations

From American Thinker.Com June 24, 2014 By Sierra Rayne Each year the Financial Post holds its junk science week.  This year, the media outlet is on its "16th annual" event, "dedicated to exposing the scientists, NGOs, activists, politicians, journalists, media outlets, cranks and quacks who manipulate science data to achieve their objectives."  The "standard definition is that junk science occurs when scientific facts are Continue Reading

Socialized Healthcare: Up Close and Personal

From American Thinker.Com June 3, 2014 By Patricia L. Dickson Since I have relocated to the United Kingdom (via my current employer), I have had an opportunity to witness the effects of Socialized Healthcare. England’s National Health Service (NHS) was born July 5, 1948. The intent of the NHS was to provide good free health care services to all. These health services were to be financed entirely from taxation (citizens pay according Continue Reading

Fears For Antibiotic ‘Apocalypse’ Grow

From Prophecy News Watch.Com The biggest threat to human health today isn’t global warming, says a group of eminent scientists, it is resistance to antibiotics. The situation, which has been described as ‘apocalyptic’, is so desperate that a global response, similar to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, is urgently needed, said experts gathered at the Royal Society in London. The World Health Organisation is considering Continue Reading

At Issue – Health

Daniel 1:8–16 Daniel could have tried to justify eating the defiled food—after all, what else would he eat, and was this issue really worth taking a stand on? Yet Daniel knew that honoring God above all else should permeate every area of his life, including his diet. For Daniel, it was likely that the foods in question didn’t correspond with Jewish dietary laws and parts of the food had been sacrificed to idols. While our issues are different, Continue Reading

Human Tails, Spleens and other Not-Vistigial Organs

From KHouse.Org A five-month old baby boy in China born with a “tail” was recently diagnosed with tethered cord syndrome. While it looks on the surface as though he has regressed to his evolutionary past, instead the child has a disorder in which tissue attachments cause abnormal stretching of the spinal cord. The tail contains no bones or other tail structures; the poor child simply suffered improper growth of the neural tube during Continue Reading

Mosquitos and Ticks: Beware Spring Diseases

From KHouse.Org A town in Brazil has become known as the village “where the people melt away.” About one out of forty people in Araras suffer from xeroderma pigmentosum (XP), an inheritable skin disease that makes its sufferers exceptionally sensitive to ultraviolet rays. Because their skin cannot repair damage caused by the sun, the victims find their skin destroyed slowly, year after year as they work outside doing the necessary Continue Reading