Typhus, tuberculosis, and other illnesses are spreading quickly through camps and shelters.
Jennifer Millar receives a checkup by Saban Community Clinic physician assistant Negeen Farmand.
Jennifer Millar keeps trash bags and hand sanitizer near her tent, and she regularly pours water mixed with hydrogen peroxide on the sidewalk nearby. Keeping herself and the patch of concrete she calls home clean is a top priority.
But this homeless encampment off a Hollywood freeway ramp is often littered with needles and trash and soaked in urine. Rats occasionally scamper through, and Millar fears the consequences. Continue reading
This teacher wants his students to know that even the smallest act matters.
This October, students at Abbey Lane Elementary School in Levittown, New York, will take on a project that helps make the lives of cancer patients, survivors, and their families just a little bit brighter. They’re writing letters to cancer survivors to give them hope and encouragement. Continue reading
Google has gone all-in with Big Pharma to push drugs and disease, while simultaneously blocking access to life-saving health information. Gone are the days when people could easily find information on nutrition, supplements, natural remedies and alternative therapies, but Google’s not stopping at censorship for health and wellness — the tech giant is also pushing pro-Big Pharma propaganda on their search engine. Continue reading
In my years of working with Dr. William Donald Kelley, DDS, MS – and there were 7 very good ones until his passing in 2005 – I was taught many things … among them – the following – and it has an amazing bearing on the shared story beyond the following image. ~ Ed.
Over the last half-century, the medical profession and the medical community have progressed to unprecedented heights and achievements in areas of reconstruction and surgical procedure. They have worked hard and deserve every bit of the respect and honor, which they receive. They have centered their energies and advancement on infectious and traumatic cases – all but conquering infections of many types. Surgical procedures and treatment of traumatic ills have advanced equally. In short – what the medical community has done – it has done well – unsurpassed in the history of mankind. ~ W.D. Kelley, DDS, MS
Next time you complain about how long you had to wait in emergency for your “sore stomach” or “swollen knee” and THEN decide to abuse staff with your impatience… the people you are selfishly yelling at could have just fought for endless minutes or even hours to SELFLESSLY try and save the life of a complete stranger. They may have put themselves in harms way and had to deal with sights most people can’t even stomach in the movies. They may have had to hold the hands of the mothers, brothers, husbands or even children of a patient while trying not to cry themselves. So next time you’re yelling at them for the “precious time you have wasted ” waiting when you could have gone to a G.P remember IF you are having to wait there is GOOD reason, there maybe people far worse off than you behind those doors.
Be grateful which side of the waiting room you’re on because it means you’re alive and not FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE.
Thank You Doctors & Nurses.
Written for and published by The Emergency Nurse ~ September 25, 2018
There’s a sizable contingent of the so-called “conservative” movement that, at the same time that they’re decrying climate change hysteria as the hoax that it obviously is, somehow continue to fall hook, line, and sinker for the vaccine hysteria hoax, which is propagated on the masses using many of the same obvious manipulation tactics.
Take The Daily Caller, for instance. In a recent piece about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), the seemingly conservative news outlet rightfully mocked the freshman House member for suggesting that a spate of recent tornado warnings in the Washington, D.C., area somehow prove that there’s a “climate crisis,” which she believes is going to lead to the end of the world in 12 years. Continue reading
This summer on my journey through 40 states on my bike, I saw a lot of America. I talked to countless Americans along the way. I saw things that disturbed me, even upset me and forever rendered me sober as to the challenges Americans face in the 21st century.
I saw chemical-spewing airplanes spraying poisons across thousands of acres of crops. I saw tractors spraying poisons upon endless fields of the foods we eat. I saw signs on corn fields showing the Genetically Modified Organism filled with artificial DNA at the hands of blind, stupid and greedy crop scientists—from Monsanto and Bayer. Continue reading
Steve Jobs died a billionaire, with a fortune of $7 billion, at the age of 56 from pancreatic cancer, and here are some of his last words…
“In other eyes, my life is the essence of success, but aside from work, I have a little joy. And in the end, wealth is just a fact of life to which I am accustomed.” Continue reading
An Oklahoma judge found Johnson & Johnson Opens a New Window. and Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies liable for stoking the opioid crisis in the state and said the company must pay $572 million, far less the $17 billion that the state was seeking. Continue reading
In a heartbreaking case of complete disregard for parental rights, four-year-old Drake Pardo was illegally taken from his parents by Child Protective Services (CPS) and uniformed police officers on June 20, 2019 in East Texas. Continue reading
Ten years after I treated her dying mother, this aspiring doctor wants to meet me
Dear Dr Srivastava, you won’t remember me.
My eyes fly to the bottom of the page and I feel a thud in my chest. You couldn’t be more mistaken, I murmur.
You used to tuck yourself in next to the sink in my office, the one with the annoying water tap that would start gushing at the slightest movement and embarrass you until I gently suggested that I had the same problem and you should move your chair a little closer to my desk. Continue reading
It’s time… I’ve held my story in for six months, save for a few close friends and family knowing, and it’s time to break the silence of fear. The fear of repercussions that would come from sharing this with anyone who may not know me personally or understand the nuances of what happened. The fear of offending someone who holds a different belief system than I do. Fear of someone who may think I am ungrateful or unkind. Fear that I may get negative feedback or retaliation.
Despite all of those fears, I have to trust that speaking out and sharing my story could help a mama or daddy out there somewhere find the courage they need to stand up for themselves. I am writing this to you… so here it goes…(deep breath)… Continue reading
The Purveyors Of Medical Addiction:
Coming to terms with the Fact that your Doctor is a Killer
So let us take a look at you… the hapless patient in a game of death…
Monsters have been created that will permanently ‘fix you’ but never cure you, (bit of Coldplay there…) we are of course speaking of the monsters created from your advanced payment for the death machine and its products, to be prescribed to you when you get a twitch or some little pain on or in your body. National Insurance is pre-paid population control. Continue reading
A relative mourns a female polio vaccinator killed by gunmen in Pakistan in January 2018. AP PHOTO/ARSHAD BUTT
The global initiative to eradicate polio is badly stuck, battling the virus on two fronts. New figures show the wild polio virus remains entrenched in Afghanistan and in Pakistan, its other holdout, where cases are surging. In Africa, meanwhile, the vaccine itself is spawning virulent strains. The leaders of the world’s biggest public health program are now admitting that success is not just around the corner—and intensively debating how to break the impasse. Continue reading
Editor’s NOTE: I find the following interesting for many, many reasons.
1) I attended the Crestwood Elementary School, Northbrook, Illinois (below) in 1958 which was most assuredly painted with lead-based paint and possibly built with asbestos.
2) All of the schools which I attended were painted with lead-based paint. As I recently posted on one of our blogs, when I was home from school for a week or so with one of the prime diseases of the day… mumps, measles or chicken pox – my father painted my bedroom – while I was in it – WITH lead-based paint.
3) Back in the day, young children and/or students were recipients of somewhere around 6 vaccinations in their young life (compared to – oh – somewhere north of about ten+ times those numbers today).
4) Somehow – we made it through ALL of this without being as affected as those generations who followed us. No obesity, balanced fresh cooked meals, plenty of exercise and activity, no cell-phones or other electronic toys, minimal television time and – once again – very few vaccinations. Do you think that all of this made a difference?
Consider all of the above as you read through the following column. ~ Ed