This brings us to consider the third classic cause of illness--the phenomenon known to indigenous healers as soul loss.

Among the traditionals, soul loss is regarded as the most serious diagnosis and the major cause of premature death and serious illness, yet curiously, it's not even mentioned in our Western medical textbooks. The closest acknowledged context is “He/she has lost the will to live”.

In Western society, soul loss is most easily understood as damage to a person's life essence, a phenomenon that usually occurs in response to trauma. When the trauma are severe, this may result in a fragmentation of that person's soul cluster, with the shattered soul parts dissociating, fleeing an intolerable situation. In overwhelming circumstances, these soul parts may not return.

Soul loss can also occur when a child is mercilessly bullied or teased at home or at school, day after day, or when a young person is molested by the one who is supposed to be caring for them. When someone has been raped or assaulted, has suffered a shocking betrayal, a bitter divorce, a traumatic abortion, a terrible car accident, or even a serious surgery, soul loss is assured.

Many of the young men and women who were sent to war in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Viet Nam, Korea and beyond, came home personally damaged because they had suffered terrible soul loss. Our medical specialists labeled their disorders as post-traumatic stress syndrome, but they had little to offer these "walking wounded" in terms of true healing, and many who survived are still deeply traumatized at the soul level by what happened to them in war.

Soul loss is easily recognizable if you know what you're looking for. Here's a checklist of some of the classic symptoms:

  • feelings of being fragmented, of not being all here.
  • blocked memory--an inability to remember parts of one's life.
  • an inability to feel love or receive love from another.
  • emotional remoteness.
  • a sudden onset of apathy or listlessness.
  • a lack of initiative or enthusiasm.
  • a lack of joy.
  • a failure to thrive.
  • an inability to make decisions.
  • an inability to discriminate.
  • chronic negativity.
  • addictions.
  • suicidal tendencies.
  • melancholy or despair.
  • chronic depression.

Perhaps the most common symptom of soul loss is depression. In the early 1990s, Time magazine did a cover story on depression in America that revealed 60 million Americans were taking anti-depressant drugs on a daily basis, representing about 30% of our population.

Today that number is closer to 80 million, representing about 40% of society at large, and sometimes that number jumps in response to a national trauma. On the Friday following 9/11, a television newscast revealed that 7 out of 10 Americans polled were experiencing significant depression in response to the tragedy, an indicator of soul loss on a national scale.

Although the term “soul loss” is not familiar to most Westerners, examples of it are expressed daily in our language and descriptions of personal hardships. Media interviews and news reports include individuals’ comments such as “I lost a part of myself when that (trauma) happened” and “I have not been the same since.” When discussing soul loss with inquiring individuals, most everyone has a sense of having lost a “part” of themselves at some time in life, yet virtually no one has the awareness that the missing part(s) could be recovered.

Watch a video of Hank discussing the three causes of spiritual illness:

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I have now been using progesterone cream for two months, and I'm already experiencing a difference. I had only one migraine this month instead of many, no cramps, less spotting, and a lighter flow. I highly recommend to have your hormones checked if any of these symptoms apply to you!

26) I have been suffering from anxiety and panic attacks for years and have been treated with meds like prozac and paxil off and on. Anxiety is still a problem, especially around my period and ovulation. I also have been diagnosed with infertility due to endometriosis. I recently had the saliva tests done and my progesterone levels were very low. I now am on 50mg of bioidentical progesterone. This is my first month and my anxiety has gotten worse!

I am just wondering if after a few months on the progesterone will things get better? I am really worried and stressed every day if I am going to wake up with anxiety. I feel like it has taken over my life.

25) I was just tested. My progesterone level was.5! I have had anxiety issues for months. I also have severe insomnia. I felt nonhuman. I am angry all the time.

My poor husband has been fantastic, but I feel miserable. I am on zoloft, xanax and restoril until my hormone replacement arrives this week. I am only 42 years old. I have had this issue for years. I am so tired of being told I am too young for this. Why aren't more doctors and people talking about this?

24) I would suggest as already mentioned, to seek out a doctor who does bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. It is all natural and much better for our bodies. This really makes a difference for all of those mentioned side effects of low progesterone. I am on 50mg for the very first time, so am already feeling a little better, however, will be able to tell after a few more months. Thanks

23) all of these women have some of the same symptoms I had and several more. Severe headaches at times, amenorrhea, overwhelming fatigue, thinning of my skin, horrible panic attacks, low back pain, urinating frequently, malaise, respiratory infections that recurred over and over for no reason.

I researched it extensively, as no doctor was helping at all. I started on progesterone cream, natural progesterone only. Large dosing initially to combat the dominance of the estrogen. I used 200mg daily to start and within days the symptoms subsided. Now on daily lower doses. everyone is different but it was a miracle for me.

22) I just found out my progesterone level is low after TTC for 14 mos. I had to push doc for a test. It is a 5.4, what is a normal level? I too, notice my hair has been thinning and I have complained to the doc several times about heavy, clotty periods.

21) Waited to raise my son, finish my education and finally for my second - now good marriage - and bam! Now I am told I am in menopause!

Started my own research and using progesterone capsules and cream - trying to have this planned baby. No, traditional male docs just aren't following through here. You've got to do your own legwork and pray!

Whether wanting to deal with the menopause or try to reverse the bioclock, I recommend the hormone cream at least. Good luck out there!

20) I get severe headaches, body chills, severe cramping, fatigue and heavy bleeding before my period starts and during as well. My gyno tested and said that my progesterone is low, but the pills are not working. I had a miscarriage because of this hormone issue.

19) I have been on natural progesterone that is made specifically for me at a compounding pharmacy for the last five years. I was diagnosed through saliva testing, which is more specific than blood.

I had the symptoms mentioned by others. Severe bad moods, period slightly erratic, severe headaches caused by both migraines and at other times by tension, exhaustion, no libido, and hair falling out.

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Why does my child's eczema get worse after eating eggs?

Most children with eczema do not get worsening eczema when they eat eggs.

However, some children (particularly babies with severe eczema) do have a delayed reaction to egg where the eczema gets worse. In these cases, removing egg from the diet does improve the eczema. This is likely to be a non-IgE mediated reaction.

Over time, it is likely that your child will tolerate egg without it worsening the eczema so it is worthwhile trying egg again every six months or so.

Should I avoid egg if I am breast-feeding my baby with eczema?

It is not clear whether removing egg from your diet if you are breast-feeding will improve the eczema, but if your baby has severe eczema, you could try for 2 - 4 weeks and see if it makes a difference for her.

What foods should be avoided if my child is allergic to egg?

If your child is allergic to egg, she should avoid foods containing the following:

  • egg
  • eggnog
  • albumin (albumen)
  • mayonnaisse
  • meringue
  • surimi
  • pasta (if made with egg)
  • lysozyme

As mentioned already, some children can tolerate cooked egg but not raw egg or they can tolerate egg yolk but not egg white.

Children who have had an anaphylactic reaction to egg will require epinephrine (adrenaline) which can be given in an auto-injector (such as EpiPen or AnaPen). If your child has just had a skin reaction or swelling of the lips with egg, but has not had any problems with breathing or shock, she will not generally need Epinephrine (Adrenaline).

Generally, if the initial reaction to egg is mild then it is unlikely there will be a future serious reaction such as anaphylaxis.

Children can be allergic to the proteins in the white and the yolk (yellow) of the egg. However, allergy to the white (albumin) of the egg is more common. If you are introducing egg to your infant or toddler, generally start with the yolk (yellow).

Can my child have the MMR vaccine if she is allergic to egg?

Yes. In the past, there was some controversy over MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine and egg allergy. However, it is now agreed that being allergic to egg is not a reason to miss the MMR vaccination.

Are there any vaccines that need to be avoided in egg allergic children?

Yes. The influenza vaccine may cause a reaction in children with egg allergy and so it must only be given with caution. If your child has had an anaphylactic reaction to egg, influenza vaccine would be generally avoided all together. If it is absolutely necessary to give influenza vaccine to an egg allergic child, there are guidelines on how it should be given.

Most children do grow out of egg allergy.

Most will do so by school-age and some children take a little longer. Only a small number of children will have life-long egg allergy.

Once your child has shown she can tolerate eggs, it is important that there is continued exposure to egg to ensure she remains able to eat it without problems, so it's important that there is a regular "dose" of egg.

Will avoiding egg during pregnancy reduce the risk of egg allergy in my child?

No, there is no evidence that you can prevent egg allergy in your child by avoiding egg during pregnancy. During pregnancy, it is important to have a healthy well-balanced diet.

Will delaying introduction of egg beyond 12 months of age reduce the risk of egg allergy in my child?

There is no evidence to support the delaying of allergenic foods, like egg, beyond 12 months. Some studies even suggest that delay beyond 12 months increases the chance of allergy.

Best evidence at the moment is that egg can be introduced at the usual time, so start giving egg yolk around 7 - 8 months.

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Tired or Lethargic
Normally active dogs which suddenly show signs of tiredness, no energy and take to sleeping a lot require urgent attention. An appointment should be made with your Vet ASAP to either prove or discount the possibility of diabetes.

There are three forms of Diabetes in dogs. They are Diabetes Mellitus, Diabetes Insipidus and Gestational Diabetes. Although all three types of Diabetes occur, Diabetes Mellitus is by far the most common. The use of insulin and prescribed food is often the only method available to enable effective control of your dog's diabetes once the disease has taken hold.

Diabetes Insipidus
This is an abnormal increase in urine output, fluid intake and often thirst. It causes symptoms such as urinary frequency because the urine output is not concentrated normally and instead of being a yellow color, the urine is pale, colorless or watery in appearance and the measured concentration (osmolality or specific gravity) is low.

Diabetes Insipidus resembles diabetes mellitus because the symptoms of both diseases are increased urination and thirst. However, in every other respect, including the causes and treatment, the diseases are completely unrelated.

Diabetes Mellitus in dogs.
Insulin is produced by the pancreas and helps regulate blood concentrations of glucose. Diabetes Mellitus is a disorder where their bodies are deficient in the production of insulin or unable to use the insulin produced effectively. The symptoms become worse as the disease progresses so the sooner it is diagnosed the better to avoid complications.

The Symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus in dogs.
High blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) develop because the animal’s body is unable to break down and use glucose properly. This inability causes sugar to appear in the urine (glucosuria) that in turn causes an excessive amount of urination (polyuria). To compensate for the increase in urination the dog must drink an excessive amount (polydipsia).

Gestational Diabetes
This occurs only in female dogs during pregnancy when her body does not produce enough insulin or cannot use the insulin it produces correctly. Gestational diabetes has the same symptoms as Diabetes Mellitus and is treated similarly with diet control and sometimes with insulin injections.

The most obvious symptom is that of a normally well house-trained dog urinating in the home for no apparent reason. Sometimes this can be confused with incontinence, particularly with elderly dogs, but there are other conditions, such as a bladder infection, which can display the same symptoms.

A relatively simple blood test is required to give an accurate diagnosis. Although the same equipment used for human diabetes blood-sugar checking can also suffice, if the tests confirm diabetes a diabetes management program will be required right away.

The Canine Diabetes Management Guide is an electronic book available
for Windows, Mac, Linux, Kindle, iPhone and iPad.

It was created to help diabetic dog owners overcome the many unforeseen difficulties that can lie ahead with simple solutions to common problems arising from dog diabetes which you can implement at home.

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  • Internal Exposure: Headache, dizziness, nausea, and disorientation
  • External Exposure: Irritates eyes, nose, and throat. Blisters and redness on skin
  • Chronic Exposure: Pain, tingling and weakness of arms and legs; loss of mental functions

Type of Pesticide: Fumigants

Action on Human System: Injures lungs, liver, kidneys, and nervous system

  • Internal Exposure: Weakness, shaking, vomiting, cough, difficulty in breathing, intense thirst
  • External Exposure: Irritates eyes, nose, and throat
  • Chronic Exposure: Pain in eyes and nose; nosebleeds; abdominal pain

Chemical Family: Metal Phosphides - aluminum phosphide(C), Phostoxin(T)

Type of Pesticide: Fumigants

Action on Human System: Injures lungs, liver, kidneys, heart and nervous system

  • Internal Exposure: Nausea and vomiting followed by weakness, shaking, and dizziness
  • External Exposure: Irritants
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Fumigants

Action on Human System: Injures lungs and kidneys

  • Internal Exposure: Muscle twitching, convulsions
  • External Exposure: Irritant
  • Chronic Exposure: Injury to kidneys and lungs

Chemical Family: Hydrogen Cyanide, Acrylonitrile, and Sodium Cyanide

Type of Pesticide: Fumigants, rodenticides

Action on Human System: Injury to brain and heart tissues

  • Internal Exposure: Headache, nausea, constriction of throat, dizziness, nervousness. Sudden unconsciousness
  • External Exposure: Irritant
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Avicides

Action on Human System: Disrupts nervous system functions

  • Internal Exposure: Thirst, nausea, dizziness, weakness, excessive sweating
  • External Exposure:
  • Chronic Exposure:

Type of Pesticide: Insecticides, miticides

Action on Human System: Bladder injury

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Personnes qui ont plus de risques de présenter des complications

Les personnes qui ont plus de risque de présenter des complications sont:

  • les enfants de moins de 5 ans;
  • les personnes atteintes de maladies chroniques;
  • les femmes enceintes;
  • les femmes ayant accouché depuis 4 semaines et moins;
  • les personnes âgées de 65 ans et plus.

Si vous ou votre enfant faites partie des personnes qui ont plus de risques de présenter des complications et que vous avez des symptômes de la grippe, appelez Info-Santé 811. Une infirmière évaluera votre état de santé et vous fera des recommandations selon votre situation.

Le virus de la grippe vit mieux dans les endroits frais et secs. Il peut vivre jusqu’à 2 jours sur des objets contaminés et jusqu’à 5 minutes sur la peau.

Le virus de la grippe est très contagieux. Il se transmet rapidement d’une personne à une autre:

  • par les gouttelettes projetées dans l’air par la bouche ou le nez d’une personne infectée par la grippe qui tousse ou qui éternue;
  • par un contact direct avec les sécrétions du nez ou de la gorge d’une personne infectée par la grippe, par exemple en l’embrassant;
  • lorsqu’on porte la main à son nez, à sa bouche ou à ses yeux après avoir serré la main d’une personne infectée ou touché à des objets contaminés.

Une personne infectée par le virus de la grippe peut être contagieuse:

  • 24 heures avant de présenter des symptômes;
  • jusqu’à 7 jours après le début des symptômes, et parfois même un peu plus longtemps. Les jeunes enfants et les personnes âgées peuvent être contagieux jusqu’à 14 jours après le début des symptômes.

Si vous avez la grippe, évitez autant que possible les contacts directs avec les personnes qui ont plus de risques de présenter des complications. Vous diminuez ainsi le risque de leur transmettre la maladie.

La meilleure façon de se protéger des complications de la grippe est de se faire vacciner.

Où vous faire vacciner
Pour connaître toutes les informations sur la campagne de vaccination contre la grippe pour chacune des régions du Québec, consultez la section Où vous faire vacciner.

Certaines mesures de protection et d’hygiène peuvent aussi aider à prévenir la transmission de la grippe.

  • Lavez-vous souvent les mains.
  • Nettoyez votre environnement immédiat, par exemple la surface des meubles et les comptoirs.
  • Suivez les conseils pour prévenir la transmission des virus et des bactéries.
  • Restez à la maison dès que vous présentez des symptômes de la grippe.
    À moins d’avis contraire du médecin, la maison est le meilleur endroit pour se soigner. En restant à la maison, vous limitez les contacts avec d’autres personnes ou avec d’autres infections qui peuvent causer des complications. Vous limitez aussi la transmission du virus.
  • Suivez les conseils pour tousser ou éternuer sans contaminer.

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You may have a persistent cough with no fever and no other symptoms. This may be anything from allergies to an ado-virus. Though the flu and a cold are similar, they are very different. Many people have had the flu and initially thought it was cold. How often have you been sick and three days later you felt much better and decided to go back to work? You don’t know what you had, but you were so glad whatever it was, it left!

The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by the influenza virus. The onset of Flu symptoms is usually more sudden and more violent. Coughing, aches, fever, chills are all possible symptomes of the flu. Every year thousands of people die each year from the flu and complications such as pneumonia. The flu can be extremely dangerous for the elderly, babies, those with the auto-immune or respiratory disease. Flu symptoms most always include low to high-grade fevers. Children who get the flu tend to have those higher grade fevers.

Symptoms of the Flu.

  • Chills
  • Headaches
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Body aches and joint pain

Symptoms appear with a few days of coming in contact with the flu virus. Usually, from someone sneezing around you or hand to face contact with an item touched by someone who is infected. The flu can spread so quickly because its incubation period is very short. It can last from a few day to a week or longer. Often the experience of weakness may last long after the flu is gone.

Whether you have a cold or the flu, it is important to keep hydrated. You can lessen the severity of a cold by getting lots of rest and increasing fluids. There are homeopathic cold remedies that really help. (see at end of post) The flu can be stopped or shortened when treated upon immediate onset by homeopathic and anti-viral medications. A yearly flu shot is especially advised if you fall into the risk category, but research the ingredients in new flu shots. Try the common cold and flu treatments below.

  • Brewer’s Yeast is high in vitamin B, chromium, and protein. Good for flu, cold respiratory infection. Take at the first signs of a cold or flu
  • Chiropractic adjustment has shown great results as it can improve the nervous and immune system.
  • Echinacea helps to fight infections. Take as soon as you feel sick.(1,000 mg 2-3x daily) Said to be as effective as TamiFlu.
  • Elderberry – Boosts immune system, relieves sinus and respiratory pain
  • Fresh Air – Often the air in your home is more polluted than the air outside. Spend a little time going out for fresh air. Use an air purifier.
  • Oregano Oil t is an antiviral take twice a day up to 100 mg a day
  • Frankincense and clove oils – Rubbing peppermint and frankincense essential oil to the neck and bottoms of the feet can naturally support the immune system.
  • Pepperment Oil – Help to open nasal passages.
  • Drink Green and chamomile tea – these teas and have powerful antioxidants help to build the immune system.
  • Vitamin C (1,000 mg 3-4x daily. Up to 4,000 when symptoms appear. Builds immune system and white blood cells. Can be obtained by fruits and vegetable as well as supplements.
  • Vitamin D regulates the immune system and can be received by sunlight or a supplement. Take 2,000 rather than 200-400 units per day up to three times daily.
  • Probiotics help restore good bacteria to your gut. They can also help with diarrhea symptoms.
  • Water: It is easy to become dehydrated when you are experiencing vomiting, diarrhea or a sore throat. Drinks lots of water. Alkaline water if you can find it.
  • Zinc – Support immune system. Take in form of pill or spray (50-100 mg daily)

The so-called common cold, is the most common infectious disease in existence, having more than 200 types of viral associations, such as respiratory and nasal viruses. Cold symptoms are progressive, starting with sneezing, difficulty breathing and a runny nose. This will continue until the whole head is congested. It then moves down to the throat, causing inflammation and soreness.

Other symptoms of a cold can be stiff muscles, loss of appetite coughing and headaches. People who suffer from allergies may experience longer symptoms. Cold symptoms will appear from one day to one week after becoming exposed to a cold virus.

The Mayo Clinic states that these are the varied symptoms of a cold:

  • A cough
  • Sneezing
  • Congestion
  • A sore throat
  • Stuffy/runny nose
  • Low-grade fever
  • Body aches and headache
  • Generally feeling ill

Of course, these indications will differ from person to person. Children and the elderly and those with compromised immune symptoms may be affected more than a healthy adult. While babies and younger children tend to have fevers up to 102 degrees with the cold, older children and adults ten to have colds without fever. A child can have 5 or more colds each year while adult 2 to 3 a year.

No Cure for a Cold

There is no cure for a cold. It has to ‘run its course’. A cold is caused by various viruses which mutate too quickly in the human body to find a suitable remedy. Since there is no cure for the cold, it is best to try to prevent becoming infected.

How to Prevent Getting a Cold? Is this really possible when living around so many people? Things that can help.

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    That's not surprising: Many of the symptoms are the same, including pain in the joints and muscles and swollen lymph glands.

    Lymph nodes are part of your body's immune system and tend to get inflamed when there's an infection. Many of them are located in your armpit, groin, and neck.

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    As with other symptoms, sore throat and headache can often be recognized as ARS only in context, Dr. Horberg says.

    If you've engaged recently in high-risk behavior, an HIV test is a good idea. Get tested for your own sake and for others: HIV is most infectious in the earliest stage.

    Keep in mind that the body hasn't produced antibodies to HIV yet so an antibody test may not pick it up. (It can take a few weeks to a few monthsfor HIV antibodies to show in a blood test). Investigate other test options such as one that detects viral RNA, typically within nine days of infection.

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    Skin rashes can occur early or late in the course of HIV/AIDS.

    For Ron, this was another sign that he might not have run-of-the-mill allergies or a cold.

    "They were like boils, with some itchy pink areas on my arms," Ron says. The rashes can also appear on the trunk of the body. "If [the rashes] aren't easily explained or easily treated, you should think about having an HIV test," Dr. Horberg says.

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    Anywhere from 30% to 60% of people have short-term nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea in the early stages of HIV, Dr. Malvestutto says.

    These symptoms can also appear as a result of antiretroviral therapy and later in the infection, usually as the result of an opportunistic infection.

    "Diarrhea that is unremitting and not responding at all to usual therapy might be an indication," Dr. Horberg says. Or symptoms may be caused by an organism not usually seen in people with healthy immune systems, he adds.

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    Once called "AIDS wasting," weight loss is a sign of more advanced illness and could be due in part to severe diarrhea.

    "If you're already losing weight, that means the immune system is usually fairly depleted," Dr. Malvestutto says. "This is the patient who has lost a lot of weight even if they continue to eat as much as possible. This is late presentation. We still see a lot of these." It has become less common, however, thanks to antiretroviral therapy.

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    Foodborne illness, also known as food poisoning, can be caused by a variety of microbes such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. Harmful toxins or chemicals present in food also may cause foodborne illness.

    Different causes of food poisoning cause different symptoms, so there is no one syndrome that is foodborne illness; however, common symptoms include abdominal cramping, diarrhea (which may be bloody), nausea, vomiting, fever, headache, fatigue, and body aches.

    Generally, after contaminated food is consumed there is a delay before food poisoning symptoms start. This delay is called the “incubation period”. The incubation period of a foodborne illness can range from less than an hour (which is rare) to days or weeks, and depends on the organism causing the illness and the amount ingested. This means that the last foods consumed before symptoms start are not always the source of a person’s illness.

    O. Peter Snyder, Jr. Ph.D., with the Hospitality Institute of Technology and Management, prepared charts on the incubation period and symptoms for several causes of foodborne illness. Below are links to the detailed charts.

    Diarrhea – loose, watery stools occurring more than three times in one day – is a common problem. There are many causes of diarrhea. Temporary diarrhea lasting three weeks or less could be a symptom of a foodborne illness and is usually related to bacterial, viral, or parasitic infection. Temporary diarrhea may also be caused by food intolerances, food allergies, or reactions to medicines.

    Chronic diarrhea lasts more than three weeks and is often related to disorders like irritable bowel syndrome or diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease or celiac disease. Some people develop diarrhea after stomach surgery or after removal of the gallbladder. In many cases, the cause of chronic diarrhea cannot be found.

    Many people use the term “stomach flu” or “24-hour flu” to describe symptoms of nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. Although these symptoms can be related to illness caused by influenza viruses, experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suspect that many of the intestinal illnesses commonly referred to as “stomach flu” are actually caused by foodborne pathogens. Influenza or “the flu” is primarily an illness of the respiratory system caused by influenza viruses that are spread from person-to-person through coughing or sneezing. If diarrheal symptoms do not occur with respiratory symptoms, a person may actually have food poisoning.

    Technically, gastroenteritis refers to irritation of the stomach and intestines. Health care providers frequently use “gastroenteritis” or “acute gastroenteritis” as nonspecific terms to describe diarrheal illness suspected to be caused by an infectious agent. Other symptoms can include abdominal cramping, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and fever.

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  • Altered mental state

  • Failure of multiple organs (e.g. kidney failure)

    If you suspect you may be infected with H5N1, seek medical help immediately. The CDC suggests wearing a mask and letting your health professional know about any places you may have travelled recently.

    Cases of H5N1 infected poultry stock have thus far only been found in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada. And though transmission to humans is rare, it has occurred in at least 600 cases since 2003, resulting from people handling sick or dead birds infected with the virus, or being in their environments.

    Backyard Chickens & Avian Influenza: What to Do About Bird Flu

    1/9/17 UPDATE: The USDA’s APHIS confirmed the first case of H5N2 of Eurasian Lineage in a wild mallard duck in Montana. The same precautions below apply with particular emphasis on avoiding wild waterfowl.
    3/5/17 UPDATE: The USDA’s APHIS confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic H7N9 avian influenza (HPAI) of North American wild bird lineage in a commercial chicken breeder flock in Lincoln County, Tennessee.
    3/6/17 The Tennessee state veterinarian confirms that a flock of chickens at a commercial poultry breeding operation has tested positive for H7N9, a low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI)

    To view an interactive map of confirmed cases of avian influenza in North America in 2017, click HERE.

    15,000 birds was reduced to 100 in a number of days from the virus- the survivors were immediately quarantined and humanely euthanized. The result would be the same for a backyard flock. There is no such thing as reducing losses in backyard flocks with avian influenza, so there is no need for discussion of survivors being carriers- once the virus is confirmed, the entire flock is euthanized.

    • Sudden death without any clinical signs
    • Lack of energy and appetite
    • Decreased egg production and/or soft-shelled or misshapen eggs
    • Swelling of the head, eyelids, comb, wattles, and hocks
    • Purple discoloration of the wattles, combs, and legs (looks like bruising)
    • Runny nose, coughing, sneezing
    • Stumbling or falling down
    • Diarrhea

    ISOLATE your birds from potential bird flu carriers coming from high risk locations.

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    Cocaine was introduced to many Americans as an ingredient, combined with African kola, in the popular soft drink Coca-Cola in 1886. During this era, cocaine was strongly endorsed by the medical community and could be found in many over the counter tonics and elixirs.

    The largely unregulated use of cocaine led to an unforeseen epidemic of cocaine addiction in America. Estimates from 1902 claim 200,000 had become addicted to cocaine and by 1907 U.S. coca leaf imports had increased three-fold since the turn of the century.

    The Harrison Narcotic Act of 1914 outlawed the use of cocaine in the U.S. and its popularity decreased until the 1970s, as many again doubted its addictiveness. Cocaine continued to be seen as a relatively harmless recreational drug until the mid-1980s and the arrival of crack cocaine (A Social History).

    Withdrawal from Cocaine

    Crack, a solid form of cocaine which is typically smoked, emerged as a stronger, cheaper alternative for powder cocaine in the mid-1980s. Crack provides an immediate, short, intense high and is extremely addictive. The crack epidemic is tied to an increase of addiction, a rise in crime rates, and instances of severe physiological damage in babies born to crack users. Punishment relating to crimes associated with crack versus punishment associated with powder cocaine is a constant source of debate and controversy in the U.S. (qtd fm, Fryer R, Heaton P, et al.)

    According to the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Dependence upon cocaine is evident if three of the following criteria are met:

    • Developing tolerance to the euphoric effects of cocaine and requiring more drug to produce the desired effects.
    • Stopping cocaine usually results in withdrawal symptoms (such as fatigue, sleep disturbances, agitation, or depression), and these symptoms can be relieved by using cocaine again.
    • Using cocaine in large amounts whenever it is available. (Seldom do people save some for later.)
    • Inability to successfully reduce the amount of cocaine one is using.
    • Spending a great deal of time and energy obtaining and using cocaine, which isolates one from friends and family, and/or engaging in unlawful activities such as shoplifting, theft, burglary, or homicide to obtain money to buy cocaine.
    • Inability to successfully maintain employment while using cocaine because of ineffectiveness at work, increased absenteeism, inability to hold a job, or inability to find work.
    • Continually using cocaine despite knowing one will develop mental symptoms, such as paranoia, hallucinations, and delusions, and/or continually using cocaine despite medical consequences, such as weight loss, anemia, or seizures (qtd fm, Morton W).

    Due to the intense “rewards” provided by cocaine, attempts at recovery from cocaine addiction can be extremely challenging. Among the challenges, upon cessation of use, are the withdrawal symptoms.

    Typically, an extended cocaine binge is followed by a devastating crash and an intense craving for more cocaine. Because the physical withdrawal symptoms associated with cocaine addiction differ from the of heroin or alcohol (vomiting, shaking, etc…), the severity of cocaine addiction is often underestimated. More a psychological addiction, cocaine dependence clearly qualifies as an addiction when defined as: “a desire for more of the drug, despite negative consequences” (Cocaine Withdrawal).

    • Agitation and restless behavior
    • Depressed mood
    • Fatigue
    • Generalized malaise
    • Increased appetite
    • Vivid and unpleasant dreams
    • Slowing of activity (Cocaine Withdrawal)

    Despite the fact that continued cocaine use becomes less and less pleasant for the addict (increased paranoia, depression, and fear; rather than euphoria), craving for more cocaine remains intense. Following cessation, these psychological cravings can last for months. Suicidal thoughts are often experienced during the withdrawal process.

    Intense craving, depression, general malaise, and agitation typical of cocaine withdrawal are considered as powerful as similar withdrawal symptoms associated with alcohol and heroin withdrawal. The debilitating effects of these symptoms are often what lead the individual back to using cocaine.

    While the physical symptoms associated with cocaine withdrawal may be milder than those of alcohol or heroin abuse, withdrawal from any long-term substance use should be taken very serious. Although cocaine withdrawal symptoms generally ease and go away with time, often the cocaine abuser will begin using and abusing other substances such as alcohol and benzodiazepines to ease the discomfort. The risk of suicide and/or overdose is ever-present with this type of withdrawal strategy.

    Cocaine addiction is often paired with coexisting psychiatric disorders such as depression and bi-polar disorder. Whether these conditions are preexisting or cocaine induced; treatment of these disorders has proven to be highly necessary in the recovery of the cocaine addict. While no drug has been found to be effective in curbing the intense cravings of withdrawal, pharmacologic treatment of coexisting psychiatric disorders has proven to be highly effective (Morton, W).

    Cocaine, largely considered a relatively harmless recreational drug until the mid-1980s and the emergence of crack; has proven to be anything but harmless. Crack cocaine has been proven to be a correlate with crime, violence, poverty, broken homes, birth defects, etc… Despite the absence of physical withdrawal symptoms, the psychological pull of cocaine makes recovery from cocaine addiction a difficult, but possible, challenge. According to experts in the field of recovery, the only sure way to avoid becoming addicted to cocaine is to stay away from cocaine entirely.

    Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a serious condition that can lead to diabetic coma (passing out for a long time) or even death.

    When your cells don't get the glucose they need for energy, your body begins to burn fat for energy, which produces ketones. Ketones are chemicals that the body creates when it breaks down fat to use for energy. The body does this when it doesn’t have enough insulin to use glucose, the body’s normal source of energy. When ketones build up in the blood, they make it more acidic. They are a warning sign that your diabetes is out of control or that you are getting sick.