2017 Preventing dengue fever: five best home remedies; time for doctor wake call, patients dying!

Preventing dengue fever: Five best home remedies 21 August 2017 | Times Now Bureau The good thing is that there are some effective home remedies that can provide relief from the symptoms of dengue. New Delhi: It's not just India, even Vietnam is battling dengue fever a mosquito-borne viral disease, this season. An outbreak in … Continue reading 2017 Preventing dengue fever: five best home remedies; time for doctor wake call, patients dying!

How the FDA and EPA’s failure to communicate could put patients in danger

Source: How the FDA and EPA’s failure to communicate could put patients in danger These are vital concerns POLITICO – Health Care: How the FDA and EPA's failure to communicate could put patients in danger a. For decades a chemical used to sterilize medical devices and surgery tools has been the only option to ensure … Continue reading How the FDA and EPA’s failure to communicate could put patients in danger

Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients (CNN), please confirm

Experimental+drug+likely+saved+Ebola+patients.jpg JPEG Image, 646 × 386 pixels. If this photo is not a fake, then we will know how and why Nigeria was able to control Ebola. This is being shared in the public’s interest and right to know. Update: In further searching I discovered this-- Sierra Leone News: Cooper's Eyes: CNN's"Secret Serum ... CNN's labelling of ZMapp … Continue reading Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients (CNN), please confirm

Salutary effects of carica papaya leaf extract in dengue fever patients – a pilot study

Salutary effects of carica papaya leaf extract in dengue fever patients – a pilot study via SLFP 6 17-19 - 119.pdf. In this three page PDF document Doctor Sanath Hettige details his 2008 discovery-- papaya leaf extract will rapidly cure all types of dengue fever. In 2012 the King Institute Of Preventive Medicine And Research, … Continue reading Salutary effects of carica papaya leaf extract in dengue fever patients – a pilot study