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  1. photo The inside story on vaccine dangersThe inside story on vaccine dangersNews
    the Salkfor polio, death from polio - in the United States and England - was down 47 and 55 percent, respectively. In addition, scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, typhus, typhoid, cholera, plus many otherRead more
  2. photo The AMA once paid a cancer virus researcher $250K to retire in Mexico and stop working on natural curesThe AMA once paid a cancer virus researcher $250K to retire in Mexico and stop working on natural curesNews
    Kendall in front of audience.• 1933: Rife isolates a filterableof carcinoma and succeeds in destroying the typhus bacteria, herpes virus, and even had breakthroughs on the polio virus• 1935Read more
  3. photo DDT increases risk of Alzheimer's diseaseDDT increases risk of Alzheimer's diseaseNews
    the environment Invented during the 1940s as a way to prevent diseases, such as typhus and malaria, that are carried by insects, DDT was among the first of the modern pesticides. Its use was controversial almostRead more
  4. photo Environmental toxins are in water, food and garden: Dirty Dozen list from the EPA and how you can reduce exposureEnvironmental toxins are in water, food and garden: Dirty Dozen list from the EPA and how you can reduce exposureNews
    especially cotton and to control malaria and typhus•Endrin - insecticide used to control rodents and on cotton and grains•Mirex - fire retardant for plastic, rubber and electrical productsRead more
  5. photo What you need to know about the government's war on cannabis and kratomWhat you need to know about the government's war on cannabis and kratomNews
    pharmaceutical companies were using cannabis for a large variety of illnesses, including cholera, rabies, alcoholism, opiate addiction, typhus, leprosy, insanity, tonsillitis, excessive menstrual bleeding and manyRead more
  6. photo One Piece of Garlic in the Morning on Empty Stomach… See What Happen After That – Amazing ResultsOne Piece of Garlic in the Morning on Empty Stomach… See What Happen After That – Amazing ResultsTreatment
    from parasites and worms, prevents diseases like diabetes, typhus, depression, and even some cancer types. Nevertheless, before you start consuming it to enjoy all these benefits, make sure garlicRead more
  7. photo Cleanse Your Lungs By Eating Garlic at This Specific Time of The DayCleanse Your Lungs By Eating Garlic at This Specific Time of The DayTreatment
    . -Alternative medicine experts insist that garlic is so powerful that it can eliminate parasites and worms, and prevent diseases like typhus, diabetes, depression, and some types of cancer. -- Garlic also curesRead more
  8. photo Doctor goes from coaxing parents into vaccinating kids to defending their right NOT to vaccinateDoctor goes from coaxing parents into vaccinating kids to defending their right NOT to vaccinateNews
    was taught that vaccines were the reason children and adults stopped dying from diseases for which there are vaccines. We were told that other diseases, such as scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, typhus, typhoidRead more
  9. photo See What Happens When You Eat Garlic On an Empty StomachSee What Happens When You Eat Garlic On an Empty StomachTreatment
    diabetes, typhus, depression, and even some cancer types. If you are allergic to garlic, take two important things into consideration: never eat it raw, and if you still get any skin outbreak, high bodyRead more
  10. photo Os 13 Benefícios da Carambola Para a SaúdeOs 13 Benefícios da Carambola Para a SaúdeTreatment
    . Os Benefícios da Carambola Como Antimicrobiano: A carambola contém um agente antimicrobiano que combate o bacilo microbiano cereus, e.coli, salmonella typhus, etc. Ela também cura eczema. Os BenefíciosRead more

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Typhus

Disease

Typhus is the name for a number of diseases, caused by bacteria called Rickettsiae. These bacteria are parasites that cannot survive outside their host organism. Depending on the species the host organisms are, fleas (on rats), harvest mites (on several rodents and humans), or lice (on humans). When the term is commonly used, it usually means endemic typhus, which is spread by lice. The name...More