Opioid-Related Deaths Among Black Americans Exceed White Counterparts: CDC Report Highlights Alarming Disparities

Minneapolis, Minnesota – A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has highlighted a concerning trend in the opioid crisis – in 2020, the opioid-related death rate among Black Americans surpassed that of their white counterparts for the first time since the crisis began in the United States two decades ago. Notably, within the Black community, deaths due to opioids increased by 44% in 2020, with a significant spike in the …

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Fentanyl Crisis Abates as Meth and Cocaine Deaths Increase: CDC Data Reveals

Salt Lake City, Utah – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed in their latest data that fatal drug overdoses in the U.S. saw a decrease of about 3% in 2023. This marks a significant shift from previous years when the prevalence of street fentanyl and other toxic synthetic drugs like methamphetamines led to a surge in drug-related deaths. Despite the decline, the toll from the overdose crisis in 2023 remained alarmingly high, claiming …

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Vaccine-Injured Patients Speak Out Against CDC Denials and Medical Gaslighting in Emotional Poem by Dr. Kory

A profound report emerged from healthcare officials in an exclusive report from The Epoch Times, shedding light on findings by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding deaths potentially linked to the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Despite initial claims of no evidence connecting the vaccines to fatalities, concerns over adverse effects persist. Dr. Pierre Kory, a dedicated critical care and pulmonology physician advocating for the use of Ivermectin in treating COVID-19, …

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Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Cantaloupe Declared Over by CDC

Atlanta, Georgia – The recent outbreak of salmonella linked to cantaloupes has come to an end, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The outbreak affected over 400 individuals in 44 states, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and tragically claiming six lives. Canadian authorities also reported cases related to the tainted cantaloupes, with more than 160 instances, 61 hospitalizations, and seven deaths. The specific brands affected were Malchita and Rudy, sold at various retailers such as …

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Cantaloupe Salmonella Outbreak Declared Over by CDC

Atlanta, Georgia – A recent salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe has come to an end, announced by the Centers for Disease Control. The outbreak affected over 400 individuals across 44 states, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and six fatalities. Canadian authorities also reported cases related to tainted cantaloupe, with more than 160 instances, including 61 hospitalizations and seven deaths. The contaminated cantaloupe, specifically the Malchita and Rudy brand varieties, were sold at various retailers such as …

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Deaths Mount as CDC Faces Criticism: People’s Review Exposes Failings

Atlanta, Georgia – A recent external review of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revealed concerning findings regarding the agency’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The review, conducted by a group of public health experts, highlighted the high number of deaths that could have been prevented and the significant number of individuals left behind by the CDC’s efforts. The review specifically pointed out shortcomings in the CDC’s communication strategy, noting that the …

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Cantaloupe Salmonella Outbreak Declared Over by CDC: 6 Deaths Reported

ATLANTA, Georgia – The recent salmonella outbreak associated with cantaloupe has come to a close, announced by the Centers for Disease Control last Friday. The outbreak affected over 400 individuals in 44 states, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and six fatalities. In addition to the cases in the United States, the tainted cantaloupe also made its way to Canada, where authorities reported over 160 cases, including 61 hospitalizations and seven deaths. The affected cantaloupes, under the …

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Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Cantaloupe Declared Over by CDC

Atlanta, Georgia – The recent salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe has finally come to an end, as stated by the Centers for Disease Control last Friday. More than 400 individuals across 44 states fell ill from consuming the contaminated fruit, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and six fatalities. Authorities in Canada also reported cases related to the tainted cantaloupe, with over 160 individuals affected, including 61 hospitalizations and seven deaths. The affected cantaloupes, specifically the Malchita …

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Cantaloupe Salmonella Outbreak Ends, but Late CDC Response Raises Concerns

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has officially declared the cantaloupe salmonella outbreak over. The outbreak led to multiple deaths and hundreds of hospitalizations across the United States. Health officials have confirmed that the outbreak was caused by contaminated cantaloupes. The outbreak had a significant impact on public health, with numerous reported cases of people falling ill after consuming the tainted fruit. In addition to the deaths and hospitalizations, the outbreak also raised …

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CDC Drops COVID-19 Case Tracking, Shifts Focus to Vaccinations and Hospitalizations

Atlanta, Georgia – Following the end of the public health emergency in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has made changes to its COVID-19 tracking system. Now, instead of tracking COVID cases, the CDC is focusing on monitoring hospitalizations and deaths related to COVID, as well as keeping track of vaccination rates. This shift reflects a new approach to measuring the activity of the virus in the U.S., particularly in …

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