Health





WHO Report: 95% of World Population Reside in Regions Contaminated By Life-Threatening Air Pollution

Most of the world’s population reside in regions where air quality contains life-threatening pollutants, with 95% breathing in unhealthy air, a World Health Organization (WHO) study has determined. This health crisis has already claimed 7 million lives since the Syrian War began, many whose surroundings exceed toxic levels, causing asthma, stroke, emphysema, heart disease, hypertension, and serious breathing difficulties.




Red Cross: Cholera Outbreak Reaches “Hideous Milestone” of 1 Million Cases — Facilitated By U.S.-Backed Saudi Intervention in Yemen

As the 1,000th day of the U.S.-backed Saudi airstrike campaign in Yemen passed this week, humanitarian agencies recorded the one millionth case of cholera to infect the war-torn country, where 80 percent of the population lacks adequate access to food, clean water, and healthcare.






Fantastic Didactic Weekend Flick Pick (May 26-28, 2017): Four Horsemen (2012) [director: Ross Ashcroft] (VIDEO)

‘Four Horsemen’ is an award-winning, critically acclaimed British documentary feature film directed by Ross Ashcroft, released in the UK on March 14, 2012. The film criticizes the system of fractional reserve banking, debt-based economy and political lobbying by “too big to fail” banks, which it regards as a serious threat not only to liberal, Western-style democracy, but to the entire Western civilization itself.