Famines, Pestilence, and Economic Chaos

NIH superbug outbreak a warning for local hospitals

10/08/2012 20:13
Much of Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Jason Farley's recent research has focused on an evolving medical crisis: How to stop the spread of bacteria that have adapted immunity to most antibiotics. To stop it the medical community needs to track it. He's found that men recently arrested in...

More than 30,000 dengue Cases Reported in Cambodia in 9 Months

10/03/2012 07:33
PHNOM PENH – The National Center for Parasitology, Entomology and Malaria Control reported that there were at least 34,483 dengue fever cases the first nine months of this year, a 166 percent increase compared with 12,972 cases in the same period last year. The disease had killed 146 Cambodian...

New virus in Africa looks like rabies, acts like Ebola

09/29/2012 20:39
A virus that killed two teenagers in Congo in 2009 is a completely new type, related to rabies but causing the bleeding and rapid death that makes Ebola infection so terrifying, scientists reported on Thursday. They’re searching for the source of the virus, which may be transmitted by insects or...

Woman loses arm to flesh-eating bacteria from bath salts

09/29/2012 20:33
A New Orleans woman’s experiment with the illicit drugs dubbed “bath salts” cost her her arm -- and nearly her life -- after she was ravaged by flesh-eating bacteria that invaded an injection site. The 34-year-old woman showed up at a Louisiana hospital complaining of pain and redness on her...

94,000 People in Texas Run Out of Water Due to Worst Drought in over 50 years

09/29/2012 20:16
More than two thirds of the continental United States were affected by the worst drought in more than half a century. Almost 94,000 people of San Angelo, Texas, who are running out of water. It was reported that Texas has only enough water supplies to last one more year. On Oct. 16, it will...
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Russia's wheat ban hits Egypt hard

Is oil catastrophe fulfillment of Genesis prophecy?

The following video is suggesting a possible link to the disaster due to America's treatment of and separation from Israel. Hal Lindsey, thinks there's a correlation. The video was produced and posted by Carl Gallups of the Hickory Hammock Baptist Church in Milton, Fla.,

Disappearing Honey Bees Affecting Crops


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