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Waterbourne Disease HEALTH ALERT- WARNINGS

Swimming Pool GERMS - Legionnaires Disease & (Cryp·to·spor·i·di·um)

 Recreational water illnesses remain the No. 1 health risk plaguing the aquatic industry. 


I had a viewer comment about the Chem-Lung video I did and asked about germs found in Water that was recently in the news that I saw and think is what they were referring to.  I have a community page on Facebook about the Swimming Pool Water Dangers but will also touch here on Commercial and Industrial dangers that you would never think about.  If you have a Autoimmune condition like so many are now being diagnosed with in 2018 then a Special Heads Up for you !  I am doing a Video to help break this down too and links will be posted .  Buckle UP!

What Germs Could Be In Your Poll Or Hot Tub?

What Is I.P.F. aka. Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

 

Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis 

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a condition in which the lungs become scarred and breathing becomes increasingly difficult.

IPF has a prognosis worse than many cancers and most sufferers go on to develop respiratory failure and die of suffocation as their lung capacity reduces. 

The disease – which kills 5,300 people every year – creates a build-up of scar tissue in the lung which makes them thick and less able to take in oxygen.

Regardless of treatment, people with IPF, which usually strikes those in their late 40s or early 50s - on average only live for around three to five years from diagnosis.

Although still considered a rare disease, IPF has become more common in both the UK and the US over the last 30 years.

The symptoms of IPF tend to develop gradually and get slowly worse over time.

  • Symptoms can include:
  • shortness of breath
  • a persistent dry cough
  • tiredness
  • loss of appetite and weight loss
  • rounded and swollen fingertips (clubbed fingers)

There is no cure and it's very difficult to predict how long someone with IPF will survive at the time of diagnosis.

Regular monitoring over time can indicate whether it's getting worse quickly or slowly.

Source: NHS Choices


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April 5 2018


 

People with serious lung condition can still exercise, says campaign

IFP patients say a 6 minute walk may not seem like a lot, but to them, it’s a marathon

about 24 hours agoTim O'Brien 

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To be Cont...

CDC E-Coli Alert!! Attention Illinois 04/27/18

Multistate Outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium Linked to Chicken Salad

Multistate Outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium Linked to Chicken Salad

Warning to Illinois Residents...

E-Coli On Yuma Picked and Grown Romaine Lettuce

 

Posted 


 

E. coli O157:H7 Infections Linked to Romaine Lettuce

Click on link for other outbreaks total of 3 right now!


  • This investigation is ongoing. CDC will provide updates when more information is available.

Health ALERTS

CDC-Flu Update End of March 2018

The CDC reports Illinois Type A Flu has dropped now They are watching a Spike in Type B ..Stay Tuned..Click For Current CDC Data

ALERT- Nightmare Bacteria

Nightmare Bacteria Quietly spreading in USA

 

Overview-Quote from CDC below


More than 23,000 Americans die each year from infections caused by germs resistant to antibiotics. While antibiotic resistance (AR) threats vary nationwide, AR has been found in every state. And unusual resistance germs, which are resistant to all or most antibiotics tested and are uncommon or carry special resistance genes, are constantly developing and spreading. Lab tests uncovered unusual resistance more than 200 times in 2017 in “nightmare bacteria” alone. With new resources nationwide, early and aggressive action—when even a single case is found—can keep germs with unusual resistance from spreading in health care facilities and causing hard-to-treat or even untreatable infections. For example, CDC estimates show that this aggressive approach could prevent 1,600 cases of CRE* in one state over three years. Health departments can lead the Containment Strategy and act swiftly with health care facilities and CDC at the first sign of unusual resistance.

Do You Know Death Caused by Autos Totals?

 

About 90 people die each day in the US from crashes— resulting in the highest death rate among comparison countries.*

US crash deaths fell 31% compared to an average 56% in 19 other high—income countries* from 2000-2013.

Over 18,000 lives could be saved each year if US crash deaths equaled the average rate of 19 other high—income countries.*


Now my opinion- I bet the news and the propganda have you scared of going out in public and to Schools etc.  Do you know it is way more likely to die in your car on the way to any of the places we are being conditioned to be afraid of.  Kind of like so many afraid to die in plane crashes..The ride to airport is most dangerous part of any of your journeys.  People are getting so EMOTIONAL - step back take a deep breath and think like with a crital process for a minute..Don't hurt yourself now..Seriously we are living in the safest times in Human History.  Relax and enjoy your life if you wake up in the morning..When you can not breathe you will slow down ...

To Be Continued...

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To Be Continued..

President states "Calm before the storm"

Fast forward to 1:20 and turn the volume up so you can hear the reporters and the second reporter asks again. He says you will see right after the A OK hand gesture. What does this mean? and he repeats it I think 3 total times ?  


I will be doing a Podcast about this and the many reasons why he said this famous phrase and who was listening?.  People will be surprised at what I think this means and why. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel by clicking on the Icon and click subscribe and the bell.

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Weird But True? News March 9th 2018

Sheriff Releases Chilling 911 Calls From Parkland School Shooting

This breaks my Heart as a Retired Police Officer to try and apply logic to something we are not allowed to know the truth about.  


Link Click Orange Box Below


WARNING _ GRAPHIC BONE CHILLING CALLS TO 911 !


CERN - FermiLab

There is a (FAKE NEWS) story about CERN having an accident that vaporized 3 scientists and was naming a person as an ex scientist as the source.  I have exhausted all my sources to confirm the rumor and there is also no records on the scientist that said he was from India. 

Now that eyes are on CERN they released some scary news about Dark Energy.   Do your homework before making videos and stupid comments.  The Alt news not all of them but enough ran with this unknown post by an unknown person and so forth.  Makes the entire non CNN or Main news look credible and it's working.  


The only thing I find strange is CERN data shows it is down for end of year repairs which is normal close to winter each year.  The Collider that is almost always running 13 TeV is showing its off.  Is this a coded message? I can not answer this and would like to know what you think.  Click on Contact us and send your comments.

CERN Collider - Making antimatter transportable

https://home.cern/about/updates/2018/03/making-antimatter-transportable



 Antimatter vanishes instantly when it meets matter. But researchers have developed ways to trap it and increase its lifespan in order to use it to study matter. A new project called PUMA (antiProton Unstable Matter Annihilation) aims to trap a record one billion antiprotons at CERN’s GBAR experiment at the ELENA facility and keep them for several weeks. 


 

Such a long storage time would allow the trapped antiprotons to be loaded into a van and transported to the neighbouring ISOLDE ion-beam facility located a few hundred metres away. At ISOLDE, the antiprotons would then be collided with radioactive ions so that exotic nuclear phenomena could be studied.

To trap the antiprotons for long enough for them to be transported and used at ISOLDE, PUMA plans to use a 70-cm-long “double-zone” trap inside a one-tonne superconducting solenoid magnet and keep it under an extremely high vacuum (10-17 mbar) and at cryogenic temperature (4 K). The so-called storage zone of the trap will confine the antiprotons, while the second zone will host collisions between the antiprotons and radioactive nuclei that are produced at ISOLDE but decay too rapidly to be transported and studied elsewhere.

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