Medical Rewind – January 11, 2016

Posted on Mar 28, 2016 in Medical Rewind, Political

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  • Despite a massive international effort, several treatments that once held great hope for fighting Ebola have turned out not to work against the dreaded virus that killed more than 11,000 people in the most recent outbreak. Studies show these three treatments don’t seem to work: 1) Blood donations from Ebola survivor. 2) Brincidofovir. 3)TKM-Ebola. While seldom, if ever, reported in the mainstream media, every week cases of vaccine injuries and deaths are litigated in the U.S. vaccine court known as the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP). If you want to know the true risks one takes when receiving a vaccine, do not depend on the pharmaceutical industry, government health officials, or the mainstream media.

  • With only three weeks left in the latest Affordable Care Act enrollment period, U.S. health officials and community advocates are ramping up efforts to sign up difficult-to-reach Latino Americans.

  • Potassium bromate, a chemical historically used to whiten and strengthen dough for baking, was declared unsuitable for use in flour by the World Health Organization and the United Nations’ Food and Agricultural Organization in the early 1990s. In 1999 it was declared a possible human carcinogen by the WHO. There’s also evidence that the chemical  damages kidney function in humans. Despite the myriad health dangers associated with potassium bromate, the Food and Drug Administration continues to allow its use as a food additive in baked goods.

  • Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) on Monday chided President Obama for meeting with his favorite rapper but not finding time to talk with the lawmaker about civil liberties. Amash was responding to a report that Obama recently met with Kendrick Lamar in the Oval Office, where a White House aide said they shared a personal moment. Sen. Rand Paul hit the campaign trail this week promoting the latest version of his Audit the Fed bill, first pioneered by his father, former Congressman Ron Paul. The Pauls are longtime critics of the Federal Reserve, sounding the alarm that the semi-private bank artificially regulates interest rates and, according to Sen. Paul, exacerbates income inequality.



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