Category: Health

health and sustainability

Infectious Waste Mismanaged Neurodegenerative disease is rapidly becoming the leading cause of death worldwide. Misinformation and mismanagement from industry and government are fueling a public health disaster around the world. Science is being ignored. Research is being blocked. Unfortunately, infectious waste and lies also are being spread like fertilizer. Food, water and other pathways are […]

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prion disease and TSE

Prion Disease Never An Isolated Event Mad cow disease has again raised its ugly head in the United States. Thanks to misinformation and mismanagement by government, the problem will persist. Government and industry representatives announced yesterday that an 11-year-old beef cow in Alabama tested positive for prion disease. Also known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), […]

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Wastewater Reclamation Spreading Brain Disease Neurodegenerative diseases are the fastest-growing causes of death around the world. The mismanagement of infectious waste is contributing to the epidemic, including the autism epidemic. Dr. Stanley Prusiner earned a Nobel Prize in 1997 for his pioneering research on deadly prions—an infectious form of protein that connects a deadly spectrum […]

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Biosolids Spreading Prion Disease Neurodegenerative disease is the leading cause of death around the world. Brain disease also continues to expand in wildlife. What’s the connection? Keep reading to find out why: Alzheimer’s disease is an infectious prion disease; Prion infectivity is in the bodily fluids of those with prion disease; Wastewater treatment plants are spreading […]

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Neurodegenerative Disease Surging Globally As you know, Alzheimer’s disease is no laughing matter. It’s deadly. It’s incurable. It’s killing more than 50 million people around the world right now. The good news is that it is largely a preventable disease. It’s also a treatable disease. As this new film explains, food is our best hope for both […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention, Treatment A Growth Industry Anywhere from 50-100 million people around the world have Alzheimer’s disease today. Millions more will be diagnosed this year, while millions more will go undiagnosed. When you add in the caregivers, it’s a massive market of more than 250 million people worldwide. They are all searching for answers and advice. We […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease Research Alzheimer’s disease is rapidly becoming the leading cause of death in the world. About 50-100 million people around the world have Alzheimer’s disease today. Millions more will be diagnosed this year, while millions more will go undiagnosed. Alzheimer’s and closely related neurological diseases are unstoppable and its spreading very fast. Some countries represent a higher […]

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Biosolids Contributing To Prion Epidemic The cause of Alzheimer’s disease may not be so mysterious after all. What’s needed is a healthy dose of the truth. People are dying of neurological disease at an accelerating rate, while death rates from most major diseases are dropping. Why the divergence? Unfortunately, a pathogen associated with neurological disease is spreading uncontrollably. […]

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Sewage Sludge Spreading Deadly Disease Approximately 44 million people around the world already have Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. It’s the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Unfortunately, these people produce tons of sewage every day — and their sewage is infectious. This toxic waste is being dumped on crops, in our rivers […]

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Prion Pathogen Threatens Mammals Norway confirmed its first cases of mad cow disease in history last week (it subsequently found prion disease in reindeer), while Canada confirmed yet another case in Alberta today. It’s the first case to be reported in Canada since 2011. In my opinion, these reported cases (and most others) are just the […]

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