We need to do something immediately, or we are going to lose more Americans to drugs, alcohol, and suicide because of the added burden of COVID-19. By Salena Zito • August 18, 2020 WEST VIRGINIA — Craig Hettlinger explains that he started drinking when he was about 16 years old. He escalated to stronger drugs three years … Continue reading The Epidemic Raging Within the Pandemic: Opioid Addiction
ByStrange Sounds - Jul 20, 2020 Weather conditions may be forming to send a cloud of locusts in northern Argentina over the border to Brazil, threatening winter crops. That would add even more pressure on the already collapsing global food network. Weather conditions may be forming to send a cloud of locusts in northern Argentina … Continue reading Biblical Swarms of Voracious Locusts Jump From Argentina to Brazil, Threatening Winter Crops – Devastating Plague Heading North With Colombia, Guatemala, El Salvador and Belize Already Reporting Insects – Mexico and the U.S. Next?
A United Nations report found millions of citizens in need of emergency food aid Africa is braced for a second wave which could be 20 times more than the first Breeding has been spurred by one of the wettest rainy seasons in the region By AF - PUBLISHED: 12:03 EDT, 13 April 2020 | UPDATED: 12:47 EDT, 13 April 2020 Billions … Continue reading Huge swarms of locusts rip through 500,000 acres of crops in Ethiopia leaving a million facing food crisis as Africa braces for another destructive plague
As COVID-19 suspends public life around the world, Austrian Christian Hofreiter reminds us of "the many times in history where the light of Christian charity has shone with dazzling brightness amidst dark times of infectious disease and societal upheaval." Reverend Dr. Christian Hofreiter is Director of RZIM Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. He lives with his family … Continue reading Coronavirus: A Biblical, Historical Perspective
HOLLY K. MICHELS Mar 26, 2020 Updated 3 hrs ago Montana reached 71 known cases of COVID-19 by Thursday morning, according to test results announced by the state. That's a rise of three cases from the night before. Numbers released by the state Thursday morning capture test results that come in after the state's 4:30 p.m. press release Wednesday. About … Continue reading Montana reaches 71 COVID-19 cases
Hospital staff in the city say there is no evidence that these patients became infectious after recovery Tests carried out on patients suggest between 3 to 10 per cent gave positive tests after being discharged Matt Ho - Published: 12:00pm, 26 Mar, 2020 About 3 to 10 per cent of patients who recovered from … Continue reading Up to 10 per cent of recovered coronavirus patients in Wuhan study tested positive later, doctors say
By Strange Sounds - Mar 24, 2020 It’s not likely these days… But locusts decimated American farmers in the past. What is currently happening in East Africa, Middle East and Southeastern Asia once also happened in the U.S.! During the 1800s, Rocky Mountain locust swarms periodically destroyed U.S. crop fields. Within a short span of … Continue reading Could A Locust Plague of Biblical Proportions Occur In The U.S.?
HOLLY K. MICHELS Mar 20, 2020 Updated 2 hrs ago Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Friday ordered the closure of businesses in the state where people congregate, such as bars, coffee shops, gyms, theaters and more, in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus in the state. Restaurants can remain open, but are only allowed … Continue reading Bullock orders statewide shutdown of bars, gyms, more
Tuesday, 3 March 2020 New swarms forming in Somalia and starting in Kenya. The situation remains extremely alarming in the Horn of Africa, specifically Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia where widespread breeding is in progress and new swarms are starting to form, representing an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods at the beginning of the upcoming cropping … Continue reading Locust populations continue to explode in size: Some areas expecting a 400x increase in the coming months representing an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods
Trevor Bedford, of the University of Washington, shared a diagram that shows how coronavirus case WA2 stems from the same tree as WA1 Both infections were in Snohomish County residents and the the Seattle Flu Study found striking similarities It's nearby King County where six people have been confirmed to be infected None of the Washington cases … Continue reading Coronavirus has been spreading in Washington State for SIX WEEKS and there could be HUNDREDS of undiagnosed people, say experts as panic buying spreads and new cases are reported in Rhode Island and Illinois following first US death