De Niro & Kennedy Jr challenge vaccine safety, offer $100,000 to anyone with other proof

Robert De Niro & Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Robert De Niro joined Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 15 to hold a press conference about vaccine safety. The pair are looking for proof that vaccines are safe and teamed up to offer $100,000 to anyone who can provide such information. The actor participated in the panel, which showcased discredited claims surrounding vaccination, including the notion ...

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Jasmine Rida’s funeral held as she departs this realm


by: michael eli dokosi /                                    #blakkpeppertins @blakkpeppernews @MystiqMike fb: Blakkpepper Ghana Immediate and external family members, close friends, course mates and well-wishers were on hand at the Lashibi Funeral Homes to bid farewell to bubbly damsel, Jasmine Yvonne Rida who had drawn her last breath on January 14, 2017. Jasmine is said to have suffered from pulmonary embolism often caused ...

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Signs warning of thyroid issues


Most of the time, when we feel something a little funny in our bodies, we simply shake it off: “It’s just a cold, allergies, or age,” we tell ourselves. Sometimes this is true. But more often than we expect, these seemingly innocent problems can indicate bigger medical issues — like how lightheadedness could be a sign of heart disease in women. ...

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Why taking warm water solves many problems


Hot water stimulates hunger, aids digestion, soothes throat, cleanses urinary bladder and relieves aggravation of Vata and Kapha doshas. It helps the body get rid of accumulated, undigested food and can soothe pain in the hips and back. Adding cumin, coriander, sandalwood, mint, honey or ginger to water helps with detoxification, metabolism and weight loss. How Much Water Should I ...

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Condoms – An Infographic


Contraception and specifically condoms are a hugely important item for many people around the world. With the dangers associated with sexually transmitted diseases and their ability to distribute themselves so easily through the transfer of bodily fluids, it’s vital that education and emphasis be kept on their use. STIs including HIV and AIDS are a problem in many parts of ...

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U.S. government admits marijuana kills cancer cells


The idea that cannabis kills cancer cells seems to no longer be a conspiracy theory in the United States. With this information, can any state legitimately say no to medicinal marijuana? Or could it even be considered a preventative herb to avoid getting cancer? Amy Willis with Metro says that the US government has added a page on the use ...

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8,634 nursing and other health professionals being employed – Tony Goodman


by: michael eli dokosi /                                     #blakkpeppertins @blakkpeppernews @MystiqMike fb: Blakkpepper Ghana  Public Relations Officer of the Ministry of Health (MOH), Tony Goodman has hinted at his Ministry’s readiness to employ more nurses and other health professionals with more scheduled to be employed by February, 2017. About 8,634 health professionals including nurses, laboratory scientists, midwives and clinical hands are to be ...

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2015 saw 266,200 diabetes cases with 4,790 deaths


by: michael eli dokosi /                                     #blakkpeppertins @blakkpeppernews @MystiqMike fb: Blakkpepper Ghana  Ghana’s diabetes prevalence is rising according to the Ghana Diabetes Association while marking the World Diabetes Day (WDD) on November 14. World Diabetes Day is the primary global awareness campaign focusing on diabetes mellitus and is held on November 14 each year. This year’s theme is ‘Eyes on Diabetes’ ...

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