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Oral cholera vaccine loaded with GMOs to be tested on babies worldwide

https://naturalnews.com/043392_oral_vaccine_cholera_GMOs.html

California-based vaccine manufacturer PaxVax has reportedly submitted an application to begin international trials of a novel oral cholera vaccine that contains live, genetically modified (GM) bacteria. ... "Fragments of the Cholera toxin A subunit and haemolysin A genes were cloned into separate plasmids. "...

Avoiding cholera after SHTF: What you need to know to be prepared

https://naturalnews.com/2019-06-27-avoiding-cholera-after-shtf-be-prepared.html

Another way to prevent cholera is to use sanitation systems to dispose of feces. ... Here are other things you need to remember about cholera: - Cholera risk is low until some other disaster disturbs sanitation. - Coastal areas have a higher risk of having cholera problems than inland areas. - Inland areas are not immune to cholera. "...

Cholera Epidemic - Homeopathy holds healing and empowerment for the Haitian people

https://naturalnews.com/030764_Haiti_homeopathy.html

Where human living conditions are not maintained adequately, cholera epidemics have been known to last for years. From 1816 to 1826 there was a worldwide cholera pandemic where over 43 million people died. "...

Plant extracts from Rosaceae plants can be used as natural treatments for cholera

https://naturalnews.com/2020-06-16-rosaceae-plants-as-natural-treatments-for-cholera.html

But in a recent study, Polish researchers reported finding five natural medicines for cholera. ... Based on these findings, the researchers concluded that infusions made with Rosaceae plants can treat cholera by slowing the growth of V. cholerae, inhibiting the binding of the cholera toxin to cell-surface receptors and preventing the internalization of the cholera toxin by cells. "...

The sewer system is collapsing at popular tourist destinations in Mexico... cholera won't be far behind

https://naturalnews.com/2017-08-19-the-sewer-system-is-collapsing-at-popular-tourist-destinations-in-mexico-cholera-wont-be-far-behind.html

The sewer system is collapsing at popular tourist destinations in Mexico… cholera won’t be far behind Saturday, August 19, 2017 by: Rhonda Johansson cholera , defective sewage , failing infrastructure , infectious disease , Public Health , sewage , sewage in mexico , tourist beware , tourists , water treatment - (Natural News ) We often think of the Yucatán peninsula as our own backyard paradise. ... Of particular worry to the Mexican government is the potential for cholera....

UN finally admits responsibility in Haiti cholera outbreak... which killed at least 10,000 people

https://naturalnews.com/2016-10-27-un-finally-admits-some-responsibility-in-haiti-cholera-outbreak-which-killed-at-least-10000-people.html

The cause of the cholera outbreak was revealed to be human waste disposal at a UN base where nearly 500 of their Peacekeepers were stationed. ... Even worse, people are still continuing to get infected with cholera and die as a result. "...

Cholera news, articles and information:

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Cholera news, articles and information: Tweet Pin It Oral cholera vaccine loaded with GMOs to be tested on babies worldwide 1/3/2014 - California-based vaccine manufacturer PaxVax has reportedly submitted an application to begin international trials of a novel oral cholera vaccine that contains live, genetically modified (GM) bacteria. ... Cholera Epidemic - Homeopathy holds healing and empowerment for the Haitian people 12/18/2010 - Homeopathy, as a system of ...

Pandemic cholera is naturally resistant to antibiotics: Scientists have discovered it is different than other drug-resistant bacteria

https://naturalnews.com/2018-10-01-pandemic-cholera-is-naturally-resistant-to-antibiotics.html

Pandemic cholera is naturally resistant to antibiotics: Scientists have discovered it is different than other drug-resistant bacteria Monday, October 01, 2018 by: Ralph Flores antibiotic resistance , bacteria , bacterial infection , badhealth , cholera , Diseases , drug-resistant bacteria , El Tor cholera , outbreak , pandemic , superbugs Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/197470.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Cholera is dubbed ...

Fake economist Paul Krugman falsely claims cholera outbreak in Puerto Rico in lame attempt to smear President Trump

https://naturalnews.com/2017-10-17-fake-economist-paul-krugman-falsely-claims-cholera-outbreak-in-puerto-rico-in-lame-attempt-to-smear-president-trump.html

Fake economist Paul Krugman falsely claims cholera outbreak in Puerto Rico in lame attempt to smear President Trump Tuesday, October 17, 2017 by: JD Heyes cholera , clean water , fake news , Hurricanes , lies , Paul Krugman , President Donald J. ... Krugman tweeted, “Cholera. In a US territory. Among US citizens. In the 21st century. "...

History repeats itself: 2 Survival lessons you must learn from the ongoing crisis in Venezuela

https://naturalnews.com/2020-10-27-survival-lessons-to-learn-from-venezuela.html

As food and access to healthcare have become scarce, once-eradicated diseases like cholera and malaria have returned , and children are dying due to hunger and malnutrition. "...

Horrific health hazards lurking in Houston flood waters

https://naturalnews.com/2017-08-31-horrific-health-hazards-lurking-in-houston-flood-waters.html

cholera , flood dangers , Flooding , floodwater , Houston , Houston floods , Hurricane Harvey , infectious disease , mosquitoes , toxic chemicals , Vibrio , waterborne illness - (Natural News ) The devastating flooding in the wake of Hurricane Harvey has been incredibly challenging for residents and emergency workers in Houston, and the situation could only get worse as the waters serve as a breeding ground for a host of dangerous organisms. ... Sources include: NBCNews.com TMC.edu TheGuardian....

China sympathizer and WHO director Tedros Ghebreyesus was ranking member of violent Communist movement in Ethiopia

https://naturalnews.com/2020-04-19-china-sympathizer-tedros-member-communist-ethiopia.html

Naturally, Tedros has denied the allegations, which stemmed from claims he downplayed epidemics of cholera in Ethiopia in 2006, 2009, and 2011 by describing them instead as “acute watery diarrhea,” which, of course, is a symptom of cholera. “International organizations were pressured not to call it cholera (despite the UN testing the infected and finding Cholera), and were pressured by government employees not to reveal the number of infected. "...

History Contains Evidence of Bias against Homeopathy

https://naturalnews.com/029914_homeopathy_history.html

During the 1854 cholera epidemic, the thirty-bed hospital was devoted to the treatment of the indigent poor of the area. ... Despite some vitriolic lobbying, this law wasn't passed because of the evidence of homeopathy`s successes in treating the recent cholera epidemic. "...

The FOUR deadly diseases you're likely to encounter in a collapse: PRINT this and archive

https://naturalnews.com/2018-04-27-the-four-deadly-diseases-youre-likely-to-encounter-in-a-collapse-print-this-and-archive.html

Cholera If you have cholera, the diarrhea can come so quickly and furiously that you go from feeling great to the verge of dehydration-induced death in a matter of hours. Cholera is rare in the U.S. thanks to our modern water treatment and sewage systems, but there is no telling what could happen when they stop working. "...

Tucker Carlson: The WHO helped China cover up coronavirus

https://naturalnews.com/2020-04-03-who-helped-china-cover-up-coronavirus.html

Tedros has denied the allegation, which centered around claims he had downplayed cholera epidemics in Ethiopia in 2006, 2009 and 2011 by passing them off as “acute watery diarrhea,” a symptom of cholera. The United Nations later said that more lives could have been saved if the epidemic had been accurately labeled as cholera. "...

Victorian diseases make comeback as malnutrition and antibiotic resistance continue to rise

https://naturalnews.com/053371_Victorian_diseases_malnutrition_antibiotic_resistance.html

Globalization causing ancient diseases to become modern diseases Sanitation issues are also contributing to the problem, with infectious diseases like scarlet fever and cholera making a comeback. Cholera, as explained by The Telegraph, was mostly prevalent during the 19th century, spreading primarily through contaminated water. "...

Big Cancer foundation continues to crumble - Mainstream media admits most cancer studies cannot be replicated

https://naturalnews.com/035461_cancer_non-profits_fraud.html

A great example of this is the Western cholera epidemic of the 1800s. With no knowledge of germs or antibiotics, the problem was traced to what seemed to be the most logical cause, contaminated water sources. Once these were removed, the cholera receded. Dr. David Servan-Schreiber, a founding board member of Doctors Without Borders, wrote, "It is ironic to think that if we had had antibiotics at the time, and had counted on them to deal with the disease as we count today on anticancer ...

Glacial rivers could contain fecal matter – you might just be drinking poop-filled water

https://naturalnews.com/2018-04-14-glacial-rivers-could-contain-fecal-matter-you-might-just-be-drinking-poop-filled-water.html

These are just some of the diseases that you can catch by doing so: - Cholera: This is an infectious and acute diarrheal disease that results from drinking water containing the bacterium Vibrio cholerae, which can be transmitted into water by contaminated human feces. The severe diarrhea caused by cholera can lead to the affected person becoming dehydrated and possibly dying. - Giardiasis: A diarrheal disease caused by the parasite Giardia, some people with giardiasis will experience ...

The Appendix Has a Purpose After All: Repopulating the Gut with Friendly Flora

https://naturalnews.com/022914_appendix_gut_disease.html

Writing in the Journal of Theoretical Biology, researchers from Duke University Medical School speculate that the appendix provides a reservoir of beneficial microbes so that the body can replenish its supply in case a disease such as cholera or amoebic dysentery causes the bacteria in the lower gut to be purged. ... But in earlier times, the researchers say, a cholera epidemic might have devastated a whole region and necessitated an internal replenishing source. "...

WHO warns of high risk of global epidemic from emerging diseases

https://naturalnews.com/022457_emerging_disease_World_Health_Organization.html

Diseases such as cholera, epidemic meningococcal disease and yellow fever have made comebacks, while new diseases such as bird flu have the potential to infect as much as 25 percent of global population. ... The WHO has recorded more than 1,100 epidemics worldwide in just the last five years, including bird flu, cholera and polio. "...