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FATAL DISEASE LIKELY FOUND IN LION CUBS FOR FIRST TIME

Caused by a mineral deficiency, the paralyzing disease normally affects sheep, cattle, and goats.

http://www.nationalgeographic.com.au/animals/exclusive-fatal-disease-likely-found-in-lion-cubs-for-first-time.aspx

I wonder what else has been causing the depletion of nutrients...e.g. were the nutrients unable to be converted into energy?

What about the effects from chemtrails?

As stated, "White Muscle Disease" is caused by a lack of Selenium. At it's highest, Selenium appears in soils at 1-2 ppt - that's right, parts per Trillion!.

Selenium can be bound up in the soil by a pH imbalance or other minerals being out of balance (see Mulder's Chart), specifically Arsenic, Mercury and Sulfur.

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Is this one of those times that "water is the key"applies? The drought they are going through, in that area currently, would surely throw everything seriously out of balance.  The plants that grow, would be missing necessary nutrition for the buffalo, but hunger would drive lions to eat them anyway, and the deficiencies travel right up the food chain.  Humans in the Cape town area will be next, as the drought is really serious there.  I have often thought/felt that the chemtrails thrown up into our skies cause more problems than anyone knows.  Once they get into the air currents, where exactly do they end up, and what problems do they cause worldwide? Droughts, wild fires, floods, loss of topsoil, minerals, etc. Can anyone guarantee all of those chemicals fall where they're intended too? Or only affect the intended target areas?  Weather Wars are real, and weather is being used as a weapon, by many different entities.  Mother Earth can only fight back against us to a point, then every living thing will pay the price. Even our streams, rivers, lakes, are contaminated by all sorts of drugs, and chemicals, our oceans are also way out of balance. The ongoing deaths of creatures big, small, walking, swimming, flying should be an indication that we're in trouble, and basically we're causing it. When does the world, as a whole, wise up?   :'(

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Tick, mosquito-borne infections surge in United States: CDC

May 1, 2018           Gina Cherelus

"NEW YORK (Reuters) - The number of Americans sickened each year by bites from infected mosquitoes, ticks or fleas tripled from 2004 through 2016, with infection rates spiking sharply in 2016 as a result of a Zika outbreak, U.S. health officials said on Tuesday.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that some 96,075 diseases caused by bites by mosquitoes, ticks and fleas were reported in 2016, up from 27,388 in 2004, in an analysis of data from the CDC’s National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System.

Infections in 2016 went up 73 percent from 2015, reflecting the emergence of Zika, which is transmitted by mosquitoes and can cause severe birth defects. Zika was the most common disease borne by ticks, mosquitoes and fleas reported in 2016, with 41,680 cases reported, followed by Lyme disease, with 36,429 cases, almost double the number in 2004.

The increases may be a result of climate change, with increased temperatures and shorter winters boosting populations of ticks, mosquitoes and other disease-carrying creatures known as “vectors.”

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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-health-insectillness/tick-mosquito-borne-infections-surge-in-united-states-cdc-idUSKBN1I2423

I call baloney on the "climate change" excuse.  With the winter just experienced by the N.Hemisphere, it should be disproved quite easily, if it continues to worsen.  How about what's being sprayed on us, or the gmo bugs they released, or the pesticides used that causes bugs to get stronger, in order to survive?

 

Diseases Spread By Insects Have More Than Tripled, CDC Says

http://time.com/5259751/diseases-mosquitoes-ticks-lyme-disease/

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Doctors raise alarm about ancient HTLV-1 virus: 'Prevalence is off the charts' in Australia

 

An ancient virus infecting residents across Australia's Northern Territory is leaving death and despair in its path, and doctors are now calling for greater efforts to stop the spread of infections.

The rates of human T-cell leukemia virus type 1, or HTLV-1, infection are exceeding 40% among adults in remote regions of central Australia, with indigenous communities being the hardest hit, especially in the town of Alice Springs.
Many doctors -- including the man who discovered the virus nearly four decades ago -- are raising the alarm about how little has been done to prevent, test for and treat HTLV-1, which can cause leukemia and lymphoma.
 
"The prevalence is off the charts" in Australia, said Dr. Robert Gallo, co-founder and director of the Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, whose laboratory was the first to detect HTLV-1 in 1979 and publish the finding in 1980.
Yet "nobody that I know of in the world has done anything about trying to treat this disease before," said Gallo, who is also co-founder and scientific director of the Global Virus Network and chairs the network's HTLV-1 Task Force.
"There's little to almost no vaccine efforts, outside of some Japanese research," he said. "So prevention by vaccine is wide open for research."
HTLV-1 -- an ancient virus whose DNA can be found in 1,500-year-old Andean mummies -- can spread from mother to child, particularly through breastfeeding; between sexual partners, through unprotected sex; and by blood contact, such as through transfusions. Because it can be transmitted through sex, it's considered a sexually transmitted infection, or STI.
The virus is associated with myriad serious health problems, such as diseases of the nervous system and a lung-damaging condition called bronchiectasis, and it weakens the immune system. HTLV-1 is sometimes called a cousin of the human immunodeficiency virus, HIV.
 
 
 

 

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AIDS Runs Rampant in Venezuela, Putting an Ancient Culture at Risk

Kirk Semple        May 7, 2018

The disease threatens an entire indigenous population, the Warao people of the Orinoco Delta, as government programs collapse

JOBURE DE GUAYO, Venezuela — After the other villagers had drifted away to do chores, Rafael Pequeño finally found himself alone with the headman and opened the hardcover notebook on his lap. The men were sitting in a palm-thatched hut perched on stilts on the edge of a branch of the Orinoco River.

It had been two years since Mr. Pequeño, a nurse, had visited this poor indigenous village in the remote Orinoco Delta region of eastern Venezuela. His notebook contained a registry of patients who had been part of an H.I.V. treatment program that, like the rest of the nation’s public health system, had fallen apart.

Mr. Pequeño took a roll call of the infected.

“Armando Beria,” he said, reading from the top of the list.

“Still here,” replied the headman, Ramón Quintín.

“Ebelio Quinino,” the nurse continued.

“Still here.”

“Mario Navarro.”

“Dead.”

“Wilmer Medina.”

“Dead.”

Of the 15 villagers who had been part of the treatment program, five had died of AIDS, the disease caused by H.I.V. In all, more than 40 residents of this village had died of AIDS or AIDS-like symptoms in the past several years — in a settlement of only about 200.

“I’m very worried,” Mr. Pequeño said quietly. He looked stunned. “It’s wiping out this community.”

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In recent years, amid profound shortages of medicine coupled with widespread ignorance, H.I.V. has spread rapidly throughout the Orinoco Delta and is believed to have killed hundreds of the Warao indigenous people who live in settlements like Jobure de Guayo along the serpentine channels winding through this swampy, forested landscape.

Even under the best of circumstances, it might be difficult to control the disease’s spread in such an isolated and deprived area. But the government has ignored the issue, medical specialists and Warao community leaders say, leaving the population to face a profound existential threat alone. Already, deaths and the flight of survivors have gutted at least one village."

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https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/07/world/americas/aids-venezuela-indigenous-people-threatened.html

I find it sad that the indigenous peoples of the world who live in such beauty, are being wiped out by such a horror.

 

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Congo: Ebola Outbreak

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-ebola-congo-casualties/seventeen-deaths-reported-in-congo-as-ebola-outbreak-confirmed-idUSKBN1I92BG

" Local health officials in Democratic Republic of Congo reported 21 patients showing signs of hemorrhagic fever and 17 deaths in the affected area before an Ebola outbreak was confirmed on Tuesday, the health ministry said."

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Highly contagious dog flu hits Brooklyn

Erika Wachter            May 22, 2018

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"NEW YORK (FOX5NY.COM) - "Sick as a dog" is an expression we hear all too often. But now, our pups are giving it a new meaning.

Two highly contagious strains of canine influenza are making their way around the United States. The H3N2 strain has landed in Brooklyn. So far, at least 14 dogs have tested positive.

"There were a lot of cases this year, close to 500 in California and Nevada already, so it was just a matter of time before it got here," said Dr. Yasmine Mortsakis, who runs New York Veterinary Practice. She said this outbreak isn't going anywhere because the strains are fairly new.

The flu is airborne. As the weather warms up and dogs get outdoors more to play, the concern is only heightened.

"What you're looking for is signs of coughing, nasal discharge, sneezing, them being very tired, not wanting to eat, not same energy level," Mortsakis said. "Any of those signs, you want to get into your vet right away. You don't want to sit on this."

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http://www.fox5ny.com/news/dog-flu-brooklyn

 

 

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Brain-Eating Amoeba Found In Louisiana Water System

June 13, 2018         Chris Melore

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"HOUMA, LA (CBS Local) – A potentially deadly brain-eating amoeba has been found again in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. Independent testing returned positive results for Naegleria fowleri, which causes fatal brain swelling and tissue destruction, in the community of Pointe-aux-Chenes, according to WWL-TV, as well as The Courier.

A brain-eating amoeba has been detected in the Louisiana water system
It is the third time since 2015 that the potentially deadly organism has been found in the state
The amoeba can cause brain swelling and seizures according to the CDC
The Terrebonne Consolidated Waterworks District issued the notification Sunday and has temporarily switched to a different disinfectant to kill the organism.

Despite the Louisiana heat, residents are ignoring their swimming pools and nearby bayous. They’re terrified of something they can’t see but that officials warn is present.

“It kinda freaks me out because this is my home, I can’t do what I usually do,” said Lindsey Dupre, WWL-TV reports. “I want to know I’m secure rather than freak out over an amoeba.”

This marks the third time the amoeba has been detected in the water since 2015. Last June, Terrebonne Parish’s water system tested positive for the amoeba in Isle de Jean Charles, where it had also been found three years ago. It impacts all fresh water sources ranging from drinking water to pool water to water used for showers."

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http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2018/06/13/brain-eating-amoeba-louisiana/

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Nipah virus infection             Broke out in May in India - below for info

"Nipah virus (NiV) infection is a newly emerging zoonosis that causes severe disease in both animals and humans. The natural host of the virus are fruit bats of the Pteropodidae Family, Pteropus genus.

NiV was first identified during an outbreak of disease that took place in Kampung Sungai Nipah, Malaysia in 1998. On this occasion, pigs were the intermediate hosts. However, in subsequent NiV outbreaks, there were no intermediate hosts. In Bangladesh in 2004, humans became infected with NiV as a result of consuming date palm sap that had been contaminated by infected fruit bats. Human-to-human transmission has also been documented, including in a hospital setting in India.

NiV infection in humans has a range of clinical presentations, from asymptomatic infection to acute respiratory syndrome and fatal encephalitis. NiV is also capable of causing disease in pigs and other domestic animals. There is no vaccine for either humans or animals. The primary treatment for human cases is intensive supportive care."

http://www.who.int/csr/disease/nipah/en/

http://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2018/06/news-scan-jun-07-2018

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/04/health/nipah-virus-india-vaccine-epidemic.html

https://indianexpress.com/article/india/icmr-to-focus-on-determining-source-of-nipah-outbreak-5209024/

 

First human case of virus spread by mosquitoes reported in Florida

June 21, 2018 

 "TAMPA (FOX 13) - It’s mosquito season and it’s almost impossible to avoid being bitten. 

Concerns about mosquito-borne viruses like Zika and West Nile are renewed every year, but a mosquito-borne disease thought only to be transmitted to animals seems to have jumped the barrier to humans.

Scientists first discovered the Keystone virus in the Keystone area of Tampa 50 years ago.

The first known human case of the disease was just identified in North Florida, but it took doctors a year to make the diagnosis.

Doctors say there were likely other undiagnosed cases before this one.

“There is a reasonable chance that there is a number of cases out there,” Dr. Glenn Morris, director of the University of Florida’s Emerging Pathogens Institute.

The patient is a 16-year-old boy."

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http://www.fox5ny.com/health/first-human-case-of-virus-spread-by-mosquitoes-reported-in-north-florida#/

        

 

 

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