Famine And Its Consequences

Some  20 million people from 4 countries, Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia and Northern Nigeria  are undergoing famine conditions.  The UN and food aid organizations ‘s definition of famine is when more than 30% of children under age 5 suffer from acute malnutrition and the mortality rate is 2 or more death for each 10,000 people each day. The number of people is the highest since the founding of the UN in 1945 right after WWII. The UN under secretary-general for humanitarian affairs Stephen O’Brien, describes that many will simply starve to death, or Continue reading

Alternatives Therapies in Hospitals

Several hospitals affiliated with top universities including Yale, Duke and John Hopkins are doing something surprising. They are offering alternative therapies. They are not offering energy healing to help multiple sclerosis, acupuncture for infertility, homeopathic bee venom for fibromyalgia or herbal therapy to reverse Alzheimer’s because they suddenly believe in them. They know these are not likely to have medical results, but they also know that Continue reading