Nov 17, 2012

Killer Mutated Viruses Being Transmitted by Pets

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 FORGET bird flu or swine flu, the next new killer disease could come from the household dog or cat. Leading British-based Australian veterinary professor Michael Day has called for a global system to be formed to monitor infectious diseases of companion dogs and cats. However he implored pet owners not to be discouraged from keeping a cat or a dog. "One thing we do not want to do is any kind of scaremongering and the message that is absolutely key and right up front in this paper is how important dogs and cats are," he said.
 "The benefits of having cats and dogs far outweigh the risks." With the majority of major new diseases facing mankind expected to have an animal origin, Day said it was time for people to think more closely about the health of their pets. "What we know about flu viruses is that they mutate all the time and potentially they can mutate in dogs and cats; it is theoretically possible for a new strain of flu to emerge out of a dog or a cat as it has out of a bird or a pig," he said. Day, who is based at England's University of Bristol, led a study into key infectious diseases that may be transmitted between dogs and cats and man.
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Nov 16, 2012

Employees Being Fired For Refusing Flu Shots?

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Via: Fredericknewspost

Fourteen people could lose their jobs Monday for refusing to get flu shots.
Frederick Memorial Healthcare System decided to require flu vaccinations by Nov. 2 because the Maryland Hospital Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended it, according to Barbara Christoff, employee health manager at the company, which operates Frederick Memorial Hospital. Workers were notified of the requirement over the summer. A two-week grace period for employees to get their free vaccinations ends today.
 The company decided to have everyone comply, including people who do not have regular contact with patients, because the vaccinations protect co-workers, Christoff said. Also, office staff may sometimes come in contact with patients. "It's protecting the patient, yourself and your family," she said. Physicians, contractors and volunteers must also comply with the mandate, she said. Documented exceptions to the hospital's mandate for its roughly 2,800 employees include reasons related to health or religion, Christoff said. Of the 52 exemptions, all but one or two cited health reasons. Exempted employees must wear an isolation mask when they come within 6 feet of a patient during flu season, Christoff said. "We were very strict with it," she said.
 Of the 14 workers who had refused to comply as of Thursday, several are in emergency relief positions and work one or two days a month, she said. They have been unable to work during the two-week grace period.
EAccording to the CDC, recent studies suggest influenza vaccinations benefit public health, particularly when the three viruses chosen each year for the vaccine match those spreading in the community. Effectiveness, however, can range widely with factors that include age and health, as well as the similarity of the vaccine viruses and those people are contracting.
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Nov 13, 2012

California Vaccines Still Contain Mercury AB 2943

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Bill AB 2943 is still in effect! How much mercury is in vaccines given to adults that aren't pregnant and kids over the age of 3 years? Notice that 'Mercury-Free' is a term used to express a level of mercury but gives the impression there is no mercury. 
Via: California Department of Public Health
 Thimerosal, a chemical used to prevent contamination of multi-dose vials of vaccines, contains mercury. California’s Mercury-Free Act took effect on July 1, 2006. The Act prohibits administering mercury-containing vaccines to pregnant women or to children younger than three years of age. To meet the “mercury-free” standards in this law, most vaccines may not have more than 0.5 micrograms of mercury per 0.5 milliliters of vaccine dose. The mercury limit for influenza vaccine is 1 microgram per 0.5 milliliters. All routine vaccines are available in formulations that meet the Mercury-Free Act.
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Growing Germs are College Universities Infected?

Hearing the news that the CDC’s bioterror lab had sprung a leak through one of its ventilation systems reminded me of an article I had recently uploaded to my cerebral storage unit. Reviewing the file I believe that this supposed leak could be part of a “planned obsolescence” a built in mechanism that is a design attribute that is working perfectly as described in the 1948 “Baldwin Report” written by none other than George W Merck the former head of the War Reserve Service and creator of Merck Vaccines. Mr. Merck reported that a need for further dissemination of the current biological weapons study program was needed. The use of the public ventilation systems along with the water supply were top on the list of special operations to be carried out in the near future. The CDC’s bioterror-lab in question is ranked with a biosafety level 3 and is certified to experiment on Anthrax, SARS and Monkey pox all used for Bio weapons research and in this case possible public dissemination. Most of the biosafety level 3 facilities are located on college universities scattered across the United States funded with tax pay dollars and grants that come directly from the mouths of the new world orders foundation families. This is the way they are able to control the river of information being studied at universities and also watch for up and coming minds that might detect the truth behind the world’s health and hunger problems and offer a solution that would undermine the current patient, pill and pay paradigm that has profited the death care industry for decades now. Read the rest

Canada, Switzerland lift ban on Novartis flu vaccines

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Via: Reuters
 Canadian and Swiss health authorities lifted a ban on Novartis's flu vaccines on Wednesday after the drugmaker showed they posed no risk to safety. Italy last week banned the sale of four anti-influenza vaccines produced by Novartis pending tests for possible side effects after small particles were found in some of the injections. Other countries including Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Spain and France followed suit by suspending deliveries, recommending the use of alternative products or recalling batches of the vaccines.
 Swissmedic and Health Canada said information from Novartis and their own testing had shown that white particles found in the vaccines were normal clumps of protein particles and did not indicate a safety issue. "According to the scientific data presented to us, the safety of the vaccines is not compromised by the stray aggregates," Swissmedic said in a statement.

 Novartis' Chief Executive Joseph Jimenez said last week he was confident the vaccines were safe after the company reported third-quarter sales that missed forecasts. The drugmaker said on Wednesday it was pleased with the Canadian and Swiss decisions and was working with other national health authorities to address concerns and resume deliveries. Italy's drug safety authority said it was still reviewing the results of tests on Novartis's anti-influenza vaccines, but is "cautiously positive" about being able to lift a ban on some lots in coming days.
 Novartis's vaccines Fluad and Agrippal, which are manufactured at a production site in Italy, were banned in Switzerland and Canada. Italy has also withdrawn subunit Influpozzi and adjuvanted Influpozzi. Germany's vaccine agency said it had retracted approval of some lots of Novartis's vaccines Begripal and Fluad, meaning those particular lots could not be released onto the market. Austria's health ministry said it is maintaining for now its advice for physicians to avoid using Novartis's Fluad and Sandovac in favor of other products.

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Nov 12, 2012

Weaponizing the Flu Virus

United Kingdom is set to be the first country to offer the seasonal flu vaccination to all children enrolled in the public educational system. The nasal flu vaccine being offered to over 9 million children is sold under the brand name Fluenz in Europe and FluMist in the United States, is made by AstraZeneca's MedImmune unit and has been available for the past decade in the U.S. This is the largest contract the company has received outside of the U.S. taking its first steps into the global dissemination of inhalable poisons. The FluMist vaccine contains a live virus and is squirted up the nose where the virus can live and breed for up to 28 days while it damages your immune system. Could the sneeze be the new WMD Weaponized Mucus Device a way to infect and spread diseases through the populations? Having been cooked up in a label run by the new world order's pharmaceutical psychopaths you can only assume there is a hidden agenda and as always it includes reducing the global population. Read the rest

Mandatory flu shots for Sask health-care workers under review

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Via: Leaderpost
 A push is on for health-care workers to get mandatory flu shots in a number of North American jurisdictions, but Saskatchewan is adopting a wait-and-see attitude. An editorial published earlier this week in the Canadian Medical Association Journal calls for all healthcare workers to get an annual flu shot. Dr. Ken Flegel, senior associate editor, notes that each season 20 per cent of healthcare workers get influenza and some may pass on the flu virus up to a day before symptoms begin, which can put patients at risk.
 "The time has come for health care institutions to demand that all health-care workers be vaccinated," Flegel wrote in the editorial. "Our patients' lives depend on this change." There is also a growing movement in the United States for health-care workers to be immunized and earlier this year, health authorities in British Columbia announced that every health-care provider must get the flu vaccination or wear surgical masks once influenza starts making the rounds. Dr. Saqib Shahab, Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer, said it's positive medical authorities are recommending the vaccine for themselves and for patients. However, he stopped short of saying that Saskatchewan would follow B.C.'s lead.

 "I think we need to continue to work on the strong message that getting the annual flu shot is an important part of providing care in a safe manner," he said. "We will continue to look at how successful B.C. is. Certainly in the U.S., many health systems have high immunization rates." Shahab pointed to the yearly influenza recommendations made by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization, which includes infection disease and public health experts. "They always say that for healthcare workers, it's a duty of care to get vaccinated," Shahab said. "Just like health-care workers should wash their hands and do everything to keep themselves and the people they care for safe, immunization is one of those tools."
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School Vaccinates Child Against Parents Wishes

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Via: Courthousenews
 A mother cannot sue the school that allegedly vaccinated her son against her wishes, the 8th Circuit ruled. Kinyata Allen filed a lawsuit against the St. Louis Board of Education in April 2011, school nurses at Dunbar Elementary vaccinated her son for H1-N1 even though she told them not to because the child has asthma. A federal judge dismissed the case, and the 8th Circuit affirmed Friday. Allen failed to show that the school board inadequately trains employees, that the board was deliberately indifferent to the rights of others in adopting its training policies and that the alleged deficiency in the board's training practices actually caused the injury, according to the seven-page ruling.
     "Plaintiffs' complaint did not come close to meeting these rigorous standards," Judge James Loken wrote for a three-member panel. "The substantive due process claim of Ms. Allen required proof of conscience-shocking behavior. The complaint alleged that Nurse Franklin told B.A.B. she would administer the vaccine by shot, not by nasal mist, the allegedly harmful alternative, because his asthma put him in need of the H1-N1 vaccination. However inappropriate it may have been to override Ms. Allen's refusal to consent, this was not conscience shocking behavior by a public school nurse. B.A.B.'s Fourth Amendment claim failed to allege that he refused to consent to this minimally invasive procedure, only that he told Nurse Franklin his mother did not consent. Adding these insufficiencies to the inadequate and conclusory allegations regarding the Board's failure to train, we conclude these § 1983 claims were properly dismissed, either for failure to plead a plausible claim, or for failure to state a claim."
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Nanoparticle Clothing Repels Blood-Sucking Mosquitoes

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 If there’s one thing that can ruin a nice summer evening, it’s the stinging bite of a billion mosquitoes. We’re babies about bug spray; if it’s poisonous enough to keep the bugs away, it can’t be good for our skin. That’s why it’s good to see inventions like the silicon nanoparticle clothing being developed by Portuguese tech company Nanolabel. The clothing is imbued with particles of silicon dioxide which are, in turn, impregnated with a top-secret mosquito-repelling substance.
 The anti-mosquito substance is not permeable to human skin and was classified in the lowest degree of toxicity by the FDA. But the mosquitoes stay away: in tests, 81 percent of mosquitoes were repelled and 89 percent were kept from feeding. The repellent only stays in the fabric for up to 90 washes, so the treated clothing wouldn’t be a permanent solution. But items like lightweight jackets that don’t have to be washed after every use might be the ideal application for Nanolabel’s technique.
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Nov 11, 2012

Mental Illness Epidemic in UK

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Via: TelegraphUK
 Ed Miliband has been talking about mental illness, arguing that celebrities should stop demeaning the mentally ill. He talked about how it costs our economy tens of billions of pounds a year. He's right that it's a really important subject, with big economic implications. Between 1995 and 2005 about half a million extra people registered for Incapacity Benefit (IB) because of a mental illness, taking the total to about 1.1 million. (Shown in the top graph). Claims for mental illness grew even faster than other Incapacity Benefit claims. Since 2005 the numbers claiming incapacity benefits for other reasons have fallen back about 15 per cent, but the numbers claiming for a mental illness have still been inching up – although the big surge has ended.
 The combination of those two things means that the proportion of claims for incapacity benefits accounted for by mental illness has gone up and up. In fact it's now mental illness – rather than, say, a bad back or a broken arm – that's now the number one reason why people claim sick benefits.
 What's going on? Did lots of people suddently develop mental health problems in the 1990s? It's difficult to compare statistics from before Incapacity Benefit replaced Invalidity Benefit and Sickness Benefit in 1995.
But if we look at the proportion of working days lost to different types of illness shows that the rising importance of mental illness started in the 1970s or 1980s. (shown in the graph below). The number of claims for Invalidity Benefit for a mental illness went up about 47 per cent in the seventies, and 57 per cent in the 1980s.

What else do we know about this huge change in our society? Younger people are much more likely to be incapacitated by mental illness rather than other causes. In fact 60 per cent of young (25-34) men claiming IB or ESA are doing so for a mental illness, compared to 31 per cent of 55-59 year olds.
Looking at specific problems, depression is the most common reason for claiming (accounting for 509,000 claims last year). 128,000 people claimed for an anxiety disorder, and while other big causes were neurosis (56,000) alcoholism (56,000), schizophrenia (53,000), retardation (49,000), severe stress (49,000), and drug abuse (42,000). And people have these problems for a long time. More than a quarter of those claiming IB for depression or anxiety disorders have been claiming for more than 10 years

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Deadly Viruses of Africa

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Via: GuardianUK
Astrid Joosten was a 41-year-old Dutch woman who, in June 2008, went to Uganda with her husband. At home in Noord-Brabant, she worked as a business analyst. Both she and her husband, Jaap Taal, a financial manager, enjoyed annual adventures, especially to Africa. The journey in 2008, booked through an adventure-travel outfitter, took them to the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, home to mountain gorillas. While there, the operators offered an optional trip, to a place called the Maramagambo Forest, where the chief attraction was a peculiar site known as Python Cave. African rock pythons lived there, languid and content, grown large and fat on a diet of bats.
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Flu shot mandatory at Mercy

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Failure by health-care workers to get a flu vaccination to protect patients can get them fired. The state Board of Health rule approved in February has gone largely unnoticed by anyone but hospital administrators. Mercy Regional Medical Center has given employees until Dec. 15 to get a flu shot, even though the health board rule allows medical facilities until 2014 to have 90 percent of their personnel vaccinated against the flu.
 “Our first job is to keep patients safe,” Dr. John A.K. Boyd, chief medical officer at the hospital, said Friday. “We cannot accommodate religious or personal preferences.” Dr. Chris Urbina, chief medical officer at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, said the rule applies only to health-care workers who have contact with patients. “But I’d urge everyone to get a flu shot,” Urbina said. “Herd immunity means that the more people who get a vaccination, the more protection there is for everyone, not just patients.”
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