All Americans must prepare for a brutal learning lesson! They think George Bush was bad news! Wait to see what the new “Republican Warriors” is going to do!
The new NBC/WSJ poll conducted November 14-17 provides a post election snap shot of American voter expectations, including their priorities for actions Congress should take. Can you guess how they match up with GOP Lawmaker’s priorities? It’s a real shocker folks.
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by Kaila Truths
In fact, the Kochs and their allies are set to spend a whopping $290 MILLION in dark money contributions to influence the outcome of the 2014 elections.
Enough is enough. Add your name click on link below to demand that these Koch-backed special interest front groups publicly disclose their donors!
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Bill protecting Women’s Reproductive Health rejected by Senate
Thanks to Florida Congresswoman Lois Frankel (Bill co-sponsor), (D-NY) Louise Slaughter, Patty Murray (S-Wa) & More
H.R. 5051 – Protect Women’s Health From Corporate Interference Act of 2014
U.S. Women it’s time to step up and save our own lives in America
CABIRI’s, owner efforts to protect ‘Women’s Reproductive Health’ is finally moving forward for all women! Although we have a long way to go, we’ve just begun the fight to overcome. Many other human beings in the political, healthcare, pharmaceutical and religious arena’s are deliberately costing women lives, by not understanding one simple thing a woman’s body!
When people finally understand every female needs continuous “Reproductive Medical Treatment and Observation” after reaching a certain age in their lives, maybe millions of women can be spared from reproductive health trauma’s such as “Death and Disease.”
It’s amazing healthcare professionals, FDA, NIH, CDC, and many more do not understand the concept of, if a woman’s reproductive health is left untreated this causes other severe life-threatening impacts on the rest of her body! Which maybe caused by her untreated reproductive health problems. What part are they not understanding bodily organs are attached?
All it will take is a little more common sense, compassion and respect for another human life’s well being, which should be top priority for decisions makers who are in charge of saving and protecting lives. A helpful trick all people could use, that I use myself, is to put yourself in someone shoe’s for a split second, how would you feel, and what would you do?
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CABIRI Business Tips
America with our new 2014 Republican U.S. Senate control, it’s vitally important now more than ever for everyone to keep updated on who’s doing what legislatively. Below you’ll find a important helpful website that tracks legislation within the United States.
Use GovTrack to research and track legislation in the United States Congress, including Members of Congress, bills and resolutions, voting records, and committee activity.
Members of Congress – Track Members of Congress to be alerted when they introduce new bills or vote.
Bills & Resolutions – Track bills by subject or keyword to be alerted when legislation you are interested in is introduced or moves through the House and Senate.
Voting Records – Track votes to be alerted after every vote in Congress.
You can also track by state which is a very convenient tool.
Please stay updated on what legislative leaders are doing in your state!
All decisions made impact you and your family so please stay posted! This will also give you the opportunity to voice your opinions to legislative leaders ahead of time.
Save website to your browser for easy viewing: https://www.govtrack.us/
Consumer Business Tips
Dr. Kent Brantly, Texas
Fri, Nov 14, 2014
I’ve come to be known as the first Ebola patient to be treated in the United States — but I’d prefer to think of myself simply as a family physician.
I was born and raised in Indiana, and trained in family medicine in Texas. I spent the last year living and working as a missionary doctor in a small hospital outside Monrovia, Liberia. So when the Ebola virus came to that country, I was among the first to treat infected patients. And in late July, I contracted the disease.
I quickly came to understand firsthand what my own patients had suffered — the humiliation, the horror, and the sense of utter helplessness. As an American citizen, I was thankful that I was able to be evacuated back to Atlanta, where I received excellent treatment and survived this terrible disease.
The thousands of people still suffering from Ebola in West Africa don’t have that option. So medical professionals and aid workers from around the world have been going to them — standing shoulder to shoulder in this fight.
Those who have already gone have made a difference, but there is still more that must be done. Effectively fighting this disease is like extinguishing a raging fire. You need to attack the flames at the base and keep them from spreading further. To do this, we urgently need more medical personnel to treat patients in West Africa.
If you’re a qualified medical professional and want to volunteer to work in West Africa, the Center for International Disaster Information (CIDI) can connect you with reputable organizations that are active in the Ebola response.
The CDC is also developing an introductory safety training course for licensed clinicians who want to work in an Ebola Treatment Unit.
If you are a medical professional considering traveling to West Africa, please don’t let irrational fear stand in your way. I am extremely confident that I did not contract Ebola in the isolation unit in Liberia — but rather in the emergency room of our hospital. Within the isolation unit, our procedures, protocols, and equipment were all extraordinarily safe. And thousands of other aid workers have safely served in Ebola Treatment Units with the proper personal protective equipment and adequate training.
If you aren’t a medical professional, there are vital ways to contribute to the fight stateside, as well. Donate money to the organizations that are serving on the front lines of West Africa. Learn about Ebola and educate your friends — knowledge is power, and in this case, that means power to overcome fear. Maybe you can even come up with the next “Ice Bucket Challenge” to increase awareness and raise funds to put an end to Ebola!
The health care workers, aid workers, and military personnel who have chosen to go to a place of great suffering — to help and serve people — should be honored and celebrated as heroes. The United States military is the best organization in the world to provide logistical support for the organizations and countries fighting on the front lines against this disease. This effort should be expanded.
Please, continue to pray for the people of West Africa who are facing such devastation in the midst of this epidemic. We must not lose our sense of compassion for our neighbors. Our struggle with Ebola as a global community is far from over — but I am confident that we will beat this. It’s going to take every one of us.
God bless you all,
Dr. Kent Brantly
Fort Worth, Texas
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High blood pressure and kidney decline may be linked to feelings of discrimination
American Journal of Public Health
Accepted on: Oct 20, 2011
Perceived Discrimination and Hypertension Among African Americans in the Jackson Heart Study
Mario Sims, PhD, Ana V. Diez-Roux, MD, Amanda Dudley, BS, Samson Gebreab, PhD, Sharon B. Wyatt, PhD, Marino A. Bruce, PhD, Sherman A. James, PhD, Jennifer C. Robinson, PhD, David R. Williams, PhD, and Herman A. Taylor, MD
High Blood Pressure in the United States
67 million American adults (31%) have high blood pressure—that’s 1 of every 3 adults