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ALERT: CDC orders Burning Man to use Crop Dusters to Combat Bugs on Playa

The threat of a mass outbreak of Dengue Fever on the playa was too severe to ignore.

Gerlach, NV (AP) – This morning the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) ordered the organizers of the annual Burning Man festival to spray the playa with…

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Arthritis Plus Other Chronic Diseases - It's Worse Says CDC

For millions of Americans arthritis has the added effect of compounding health and quality-of-life issues associated with facing a multiple of other chronic conditions.

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Stunner! Whistleblower claims feds hiding vaccine-autism link


U.S. Rep. Bill Posey, R-Fla., created a firestorm on Capitol Hill recently when he presented evidence the Centers for Disease Control destroyed data linking the MMR vaccine, (measles, mumps and Rubella) and autism. 173 more words


CDC: Most Middle & High Schools Start Too Early

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – What time does your child’s school bell ring? If it’s before 8:30 AM, the Centers for Disease Control say it’s too early and may lead to insufficient sleep and related health risks. 272 more words


Profit over Safety – Centers for Disease Control Names 271 New Vaccinations

Source: Activist Post, by Christina England

In a recent article published by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., titled Children at Risk – Vaccines, Government & Big Pharma’s Dirty Money, [1] he highlighted the fact that every vaccine introduced to the vaccine schedule guarantees its manufacturer millions of customers, increasing vaccine revenue by billions of dollars. 348 more words


Is there a downside to celebrating homosexuality as normal?

This article from Touchstone magazine has the numbers. The “CDC” is the government-run Centers for Disease Control.

It says:

We don’t hear much about the HIV/AIDS epidemic anymore.

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Too Few Teens Get HPV Vaccine, Health Department Says

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Too few teens are getting the HPV vaccine, leaving them at risk for several types of cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control. 367 more words