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Autoimmune Million Dollar Challenge

October 19, 2019

Important update:IF YOU NOMINATE SOMEONE TO PARTICIPATE AND HE/SHE WINS YOU WILL GET A PRIZE TO THE VALUE OF 10% OF THE BIG PRIZE. THAT IS $100 000!! Millions of people worldwide suffer from one or more autoimmune illnesses. It has not yet been proven that the immune system does indeed attack the body. There […]

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Toxic metals found lurking in 95 percent of tested baby food ‘could erode a child’s IQ’, report reveals

October 18, 2019

Toxic heavy metals are likely in the food you’re feeding your baby, a shocking new report claims. Researchers tested 168 baby foods in the US and found that 95 percent of baby foods tested contained one or more metals. Specifically, 94 percent contained lead, 75 percent had cadmium, 73 percent had arsenic and 32 percent contained […]

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First In Israel: Surgery That Removes Shaking Due To Parkinson’s Disease

October 18, 2019

In a medical breakthrough, a treatment has been found to treat Parkinson’s disease. In a rare procedure, brain surgery was performed to treat Parkinson’s and its subsequent shaking via ultrasound waves. The surgery was done in Haifa’s Rambam Hospital, and was done during the annual conference International Society for Therapeutic Ultrasound (ISTU) held last Tuesday. […]

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R22 billion lost due to corruption in health sector

October 02, 2019

Deputy Justice Minister John Jeffrey says the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is working on recovering over R14 billion of the lost money. Jeffrey was speaking at the launch of a new anti-corruption forum in the health sector at the Union Buildings on Tuesday. The launch was headed by President Cyril Ramaphosa along with Health Minister […]

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A list of autoimmune diseases

September 28, 2019
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This is a complete list of autoimmune diseases as provided by the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Associasion, Inc. Achalasia Addison’s disease Adult Still’s disease Agammaglobulinemia Alopecia areata Amyloidosis Ankylosing spondylitis Anti-GBM/Anti-TBM nephritis Antiphospholipid syndrome Autoimmune angioedema Autoimmune dysautonomia Autoimmune encephalomyelitis Autoimmune hepatitis Autoimmune inner ear disease (AIED) Autoimmune myocarditis Autoimmune oophoritis Autoimmune orchitis Autoimmune pancreatitis […]

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ANC has no plan to fix nursing crisis but still wants NHI

September 23, 2019

Objections to the ANC’s disastrous National Health Insurance bill close on 11 October! Make sure that you lodge your objection to ensure we Stop The NHI. The Democratic Alliance (DA) can confirm that the ANC government, in its hurried attempt to implement NHI, has no plan to fix the looming nursing crisis in South Africa […]

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Shortage of supplies forced operations to close at Johannesburg hospital – DA

September 22, 2019

All non-emergency surgery was cancelled at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Hospital this past week on Thursday because of a shortage of basic medical supplies, the Democratic Alliance said on Sunday. “More than 20 patients were told that their operations could not go ahead as scheduled. There has been a problem for some weeks with procurement […]

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The NHI is far worse than Zuma’s craziest idea

August 26, 2019

The looming spectre of Medi-Eskom, optimistically named National Health Insurance (NHI), is a relief in one respect: as the first major piece of legislation put together by Cyril Ramaphosa’s government, and potentially the last, it has allowed us finally to dispense with the childish but persistent belief that Ramaphosa has a plan. We all understand […]

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The Economic Rationale behind the NHI

August 25, 2019

WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE GOLDEN PROMISE OF THE NHI? The government claims that its proposed National Health Insurance (NHI) system will reduce the costs of healthcare and provide all South Africans (now numbering some 58 million people) with ‘quality’ health services that are free at the point of delivery. People who now pay for private […]

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GMO Patents have ruined important food sources

August 21, 2019

In South Africa, GMOs are controversial (scientifically, economically and socially) as they are globally, in both industrialized economies and in developing countries. GMO-related activities in South Africa are present in three areas: in laboratory research; in field trial testing, and in crop production. Genetically modified (GM) forms of maize, soybean and cotton have been approved […]

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