Gene-Edited Mosquitos Backed by Bill Gates Spread Dengue Fever

Dengue fever surged by 400% across Brazil after gene-edited mosquitos were released as part of a project backed by Bill Gates.

Diseases Spread by Fecal Matter Rising in Portland

Residents of Multnomah County are being urged to have adequate hygiene after the number of shigella cases increased in Old Town Portland, Oregon.

Taiwan Urges Travelers to Avoid China Over Sickness Outbreak

Taiwan's health ministry is urging its people who are elderly, very young, or with poor immunity to avoid traveling to China because of the uptick in respiratory illnesses in the country.

15-Month-Old Dies From Organ Failure, Cardiac Arrest Two Days After Receiving Routine Vaccines

15-month-old Melody Rain Palombi-Malmgren, tragically passed away two days after receiving routine vaccinations last month.

COVID-19 Vaccines Reduce Beneficial Gut Bacteria

New research revealed that COVID-19 vaccines with mRNA reduce beneficial gut bacteria.

West Nile Virus Cases Explode Across U.S. After Mosquitos Released via Bill Gates-Funded Project Approved by EPA

In November 2017, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that MosquitoMate, Inc. had submitted plans to infect live male mosquitoes with a bacteria called "Wolbachia pipientis," which enhances WNV infection.

Scientists Making Vaccines for ‘Disease X’

The bird flu, specifically the H5N1 strain, is often cited as the most likely Disease X candidate due to the threat of recombination.

Raided Chinese Biolab in California Potentially Exposed Thousands of Americans to Toxic COVID, Pregnancy Tests

The lab, previously operating under the company name Prestige BioTech, was found to contain labeled viruses and bacteria including hepatitis B and C, dengue, HIV, herpes, tuberculosis, rubella, coronavirus, and malaria during an inspection in March.

Rise in U.S. Leprosy Cases Due to ‘International Migration’ Amid Southern Border Crisis: CDC

Researchers suspect "international migration of persons with leprosy is a potential source of autochthonous transmission."

Human Gut-Brain Axis Negatively Impacted by Presence of Pesticides: Scientific Review

Irish and Dutch researchers from the ISME Journal added to the evidence that pesticides produce a harmful effect on the human gut and human brain.

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