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My conclusions. Priests most likely contract hepatitis A thru homosexual contact with other priests.
My guess is that Sodomy SIN is rampant among Catholic priests.
Basic Facts About Hepatitis A
Hepatitis A (HAV) Risk factors, How you can contract it
The CDC lists sexual contact as a major risk factor, using contaminated needles are another.
HEPATITIS A - infectious hepatitis - HAV virus
Unsafe sexual practices
Street drug use
Poor personal hygiene
HAV, an RNA virus, is usually spread by the fecal-oral route. The incubation period is between two and six weeks and the average incubation period is 28 days.
Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection caused by the hepatitis A virus.
You're most likely to contract hepatitis A from contaminated food or water or from close contact with someone who's already infected.
HARBINGER WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy
When GOD destroys USA, you cant say He didnt WARN us!
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DAILY NEWS with prophetic analysis
Therefore shall her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine
and she shall be utterly burned with fire for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her.
Bishop exposes churchgoers to hepatitis A
Bishop John Folda of the Fargo Catholic Diocese exposed some parishioners at North Dakota churches in Fargo, Grand Forks and Jamestown to the hepatitis A virus in 2013 ate September and early October.
The state Health Department issued an advisory of exposure for anyone who attended any of the 5 affected churches and took communion from Bishop John Folda.
Bishop Joseph E. Strickland, has also been diagnosed with Hepatitis A.
* NOTE - Reasons given are NOT always the truth!
Sodomy: A Public Health Risk
- A 1997 study in British Columbia found the life expectancy of men who engage in sodomy to be comparable to that of the average Canadian man in 1871. Researchers estimate that nearly half of the 20 year old men currently engaging in sodomy will not reach their 65th birthday.1
- 95%+ of the AIDS infections among gay men result from receptive anal intercourse.2
- The risk of anal cancer "soars" by nearly 4,000% for men who have sex with men. The rate doubles again for those who are HIV positive. A Michigan homosexual newspaper admits there is no such thing as "safe sex" to prevent this "soaring" cancer risk. Condoms offer only limited protection.3
- Homosexual men face a significantly higher risk of HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, anal cancer, gonorrhea and gastrointestinal infections as a result of their sexual practices.4
- Men who engage in sodomy are 860% more likely to contract a sexually transmitted disease (STD), increasing up to 500% their risk of contracting HIV/AIDS. Men who commit acts of sodomy with men have large numbers of anonymous partners, which can result in rapid, extensive transmission of STDs. Control of STDs is a central component of HIV infection prevention in the United States; resurgence of bacterial STDs threatens national HIV infection prevention efforts.5
- Anal Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infection is nearly universal among HIV-positive homosexual or bisexual men and about 60% in HIV-negative men exhibiting the same sexual behavior.6
WOMEN at RISK also
- Many innocent victims suffer the health consequences associated with sodomy as a result of blood transfusions, rape and having normal sexual relations with those who have committed unnatural relations with others. While men of all ages who commit sodomy with other men remain at an alarming risk, young bisexual men are said to be a significant "bridge" for HIV transmission to women.7
- Women who commit sex acts with other women face a significantly higher risk of bacterial vaginosis, breast cancer and ovarian cancer than heterosexual women.8
- The spread of Human Papilomavirus (HPV) is not prevented by condoms. The persons most susceptible to cancer associated with HPV are young women (under 20) and people who practice anal intercourse.9
- Women who engage in receptive anal sex are at a higher risk for contracting anal cancer. In fact, in the U.S. general population, anal cancer is more prevalent among women than men — between 1.5 and 2 times more common, perhaps because more women than men engage in receptive anal sex.10
Where's the Personal Accountability?
By The Hep Mag Staff
An inmate in Missouri was recently charged with a felony for "knowingly endangering" someone after he smeared his feces all over his cell. The felony was because the man had hepatitis C and there was a fear that the folks cleaning up his mess could potentially contract the virus. As hep C is mostly spread through blood-to-blood contact, this charge is ridiculous and underscores the problems with criminalizing sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Now we have news out of Arizona that Representative Lela Alston (D-Phoenix) has authored a bill (HB 2218) that would make it a felony to intentionally expose others to STIs. There are so many problems with this bill that I'm having a tough time on where to start.
These are the eight STIs covered in the bill: human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), chancroid, chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea, granuloma inguinale, lymphogranuloma venereum, syphilis and trichomonas.
Where did this list come from?
It's a hodge podge of STIs with major omissions like hepatitis B. So if you pass along gonorrhea you go to jail, but no worries if you have human papillomavirus (HPV)?
Here's another doozy. As defined by the bill, exposure would include sexual intercourse or sodomy; selling or donating one's own tissue, organs or bodily fluids; and sharing hypodermic needles or syringes. Would anyone care to try cataloging the various diseases you can pass along via this catch-all list of activities? Hepatitis C comes to mind when I see needles and syringes on the list. And what does donating tissue have to do with exposure to STIs?
And what about the total lack of accountability on the sexual partner that is being exposed to this select list of STIs? How about learning a little bit about your anticipated partner before jumping into the sack? Or at the very least use some protection?
In today's society, it appears it is just fine to absolve yourself of any accountability. Instead, ask your local politicians to draft up a law that removes the feces from the wall for you.
He That Has Ears To Hear, Let Him Hear
Challenging both secular wisdom and religious doctrines. - Will our descendants know moral virtue?
Consequences of Sodomy
Why doesn't the mainstream media report these FACTS?
The increase in children being born out of wedlock in Scandinavia since marriage was redefined!
Dangers of legalizing same-sex "marriage" in the United States. He says Scandinavia has had nearly a decade of legal homosexual marriage, and it has nearly destroyed the institution of marriage altogether.
Lifestyle Consequences of homosexuals
The High Cost of AIDS
The Great Rainbow Robbery: Gay Activists Costing America Billions Of Dollars
in Medical Expenses To Pay For Unsafe Sex Practices
BUTTS are EXIT - ONLY!
Anal intercourse is dangerous
From DFJoseph MD
People should hand out flyers, exposing sodomites
The reason sodomites are prone to a myriad of infections and an early death is because the lining of the rectum was made by God for one purpose only -- to rid the body of waste.
The lining of the vagina is tough, like the skin on our hands, so it can withstand the trauma of intercourse and child bearing, but the lining of the anus is too delicate to withstand any trauma.
Anal intercourse, penile or otherwise, traumatizes the soft tissues of the rectal lining. As a consequence, the lining of the rectum is almost always traumatized to some degree by any act of anal intercourse. Even in the absence of major trauma, minor or microscopic tears in the rectal lining allow for immediate contamination and the entry of germs into the bloodstream.
Furthermore, comparable tears in the vagina are not only less frequent because of the relative toughness of the vaginal lining, but the environment of the vagina is vastly cleaner than that of the rectum. Indeed, we are designed with a nearly impenetrable barrier between the bloodstream and the extraordinarily toxic and infectious contents of the bowel.
Anal intercourse creates a breach in this barrier for the receptive partner, whether or not the insertive partner is wearing a condom.
In addition to the trauma of intercourse, semen can eat away at the intestinal lining. This allows a person to "infect themselves" as the bacteria from their feces enter the blood stream.
As a result of this, a man is 2,700 times more likely to get an HIV infection from anal intercourse than he is from vaginal intercourse. Anal intercourse is so dangerous, the United Kingdom Blood Transfusion Service will not accept blood from any man who has ever had sex with another man, even if they were practicing 'safe sex' with a condom.
Regarding safe sex, even condom manufacturers advise against anal intercourse.
The condom company, Durex, said in October 2000 :
Anal intercourse is a high-risk activity because of the potential for infection from STDs including HIV transmission.
Currently, there are no specific standards for the manufacture of condoms for anal sex.
Current medical advice is therefore to avoid anal sex.
The Center for Disease Control warns that men who have sex with men can result in rapid, extensive transmission of sexually transmitted diseases."
The Gay and Lesbian Medical Association confirmed these statistics
Medical studies and other evidence indicate that individuals who engage in homosexual behavior experience dramatically higher risks of domestic violence, mental illness, substance abuse, life-threatening disease, multiple sex partners and premature death by up to 20 years.
College-aged men who engage in homosexual behavior are at risk of dying up to 20 years younger than other men, according to Oxford University's International Journal of Epidemiology, which reported: "Life expectancy at age 20 years for gay and bisexual men is 8 to 20 years less than for all men -- nearly half of gay and bisexual men currently aged 20 years will not reach their 65th birthday."
"The probability of violence occurring in a gay couple is mathematically double the probability of that in a heterosexual couple," write the editors of the National Gay & Lesbian Domestic Violence Network newsletter.
The Journal of the American Medical Association reports that "people with same-sex sexual behavior are at greater risk for psychiatric disorders" - including bipolar, obsessive-compulsive, and anxiety disorders, major depression, and substance abuse.
The Medical Institute of Sexual Health reports: "Homosexual men are at significantly increased risk of HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, anal cancer, gonorrhea and gastrointestinal infections as a result of their sexual practices.
Women who have sex with women are at significantly increased risk of bacterial vaginosis, breast cancer and ovarian cancer than are heterosexual women."
Executive Summary, "Health Implications Associated with Homosexuality," 1999,
The Institute reports that "significantly higher percentages of homosexual men and women abuse drugs, alcohol and tobacco than do heterosexuals."
A Detroit homosexual newsmagazine columnist wrote regarding his partner:
"This is his first relationship, so he has not yet been ruined by all the heartache, lies, deceit,
and game-playing that are the hallmark of gay relationships.
Nine out of 10 gay men cheat on their lovers.
Hebrews 13:4 Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.
In rare move, Uganda leader publicly tests for HIV
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Uganda's president tested for HIV in public on Friday to encourage millions of untested people to check their status, a critical step to stemming the spread of the virus in the East African country.
Public leaders rarely test for HIV in public in Uganda, despite recommendations from health workers that it would set a good example in a country that has seen HIV infection rates increasing. Uganda was once a global leader in efforts to fight AIDS.
Not all government officials at the Friday event in the capital, Kampala, joined the president in testing.
Ugandan officials have said they want to test 15 million people by the end of 2014. They acknowledge it will be hard to reach that target, the reason they want the president to be a "role model."
"Therefore, all Ugandans, test (for HIV). Find out your status and let the state and health workers manage you accordingly," said President Yoweri Museveni.
The HIV rate in Uganda stands at 7.3 percent, up from 6.4 percent in 2005, according to a 2011 survey by Uganda's Ministry of Health. Ugandan officials who presided over its reduction from 18 percent in 1992 to 6.4 percent in 2005 say they are confounded by the increase.
Ugandans health officials say more married couples are getting infected, in part because of what campaigners have dubbed a "sexual network" in which married Ugandans maintain secret lovers. One billboard in Kampala urges couples to "put your love to the test" by testing for HIV.
Museveni and his wife are "leading by example in a bid to roll back the HIV epidemic in Uganda," the Uganda AIDS Commission, the local body tasked with fighting AIDS, said, though the first lady did not attend the event where Museveni was tested.
Experts say HIV testing is critical to preventing new infections because those who know their status are less likely to engage in risky sexual behavior. But getting people to test for HIV has proved difficult in Uganda, where rampant stigma persists and where thousands get infected each year.
The rise in new infections is stretching the ability of Uganda's government and donors to provide HIV and AIDS treatment. More than 500,000 Ugandans need AIDS treatment, many accessing it through the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, or PEPFAR.
If Ugandans reach their testing goal, at least 400,000 more people will likely be in need of AIDS treatment, according to Musa Bungudu, the Uganda coordinator for the United Nations' AIDS agency.
Uganda once earned a global reputation for successfully putting in place a policy called ABC: Abstain, be faithful, or use condoms. Students of a certain generation were shown videos of the devastating toll of AIDS on the human body, and then told to postpone the first act of intercourse. But critics of Uganda's policy to fight AIDS say the country recently has focused more on treatment rather than prevention.
Uganda's government now has added male circumcision to the plan to fight HIV and AIDS, in response to studies showing the procedure reduces the risk among African men of getting HIV in half.
Warning: Rose Parade 2014 not so rosy for family viewing
A California-based pro-family group says a homosexual "wedding" that will be promoted in the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade is reason to boycott the event.
The 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, will feature the "wedding" of two men and will take place aboard a float sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. Millions of television viewers around the world as well as the hundreds of thousands along the parade route will see Aubrey Loots and Danny Leclair take wedding vows on a float that will celebrate same-sex marriage and proclaim that same-sex marriage helps reduce new HIV infections among homosexual men.
Randy Thomasson of SaveCalifornia.com laments that the 125th observance of the New Year's Day parade has left its original intent.
"[At the beginning] it was pro-family and it was about God's creation of flowers and fauna," he says, "and now look what it's become: against family values and against God's natural design of sex and family."
The theme of the AHF float – "Love is the Best Protection" – is a play on the theme of the 2014 Roses Parade, which is "Dreams Come True." Thomasson finds the whole presentation offensive.
"This is the Rose Parade in your face to offend the people; offending people with promotion of homosexuality," he says.
Loots and Leclair, who together own three Los Angeles-area hair salons, won the chance to marry at the event when they attended a same-sex wedding expo and applied for the opportunity. This is the third consecutive year the AIDS Healthcare Foundation has had a float in the parade.
- See more at: http://www.onenewsnow.com/culture...mily-viewing#sthash.2tOLr0Cc.dpuf
FDA warns that tattoo inks can cause infections
The Food and Drug Administration is warning tattoo parlors, their customers and those buying at-home tattoo kits that not all tattoo ink is safe. California company White and Blue Lion recalled inks in in-home tattoo kits after testing confirmed bacterial contamination in unopened bottles.
At least one skin infection has been linked to the company's products, and FDA officials say they are aware of other reports of infections linked to tattoo inks with similar packaging.
Infections from tattooing are nothing new. Hepatitis, staph infections and even the superbug known as MRSA have been tied to tattoos. Dirty needles and unsanitary environments are often to blame.
But people getting tattoos can get infections in the skin even in the cleanest conditions. The ink can carry bacteria that can spread through the bloodstream — a process known as sepsis. Symptoms are fever, shaking chills and sweats, and the risk is particularly high for anyone with pre-existing heart or circulatory conditions. Less severe infections may involve bumps on the skin, discharge, redness, swelling, blisters or excessive pain at the site.
And you may not be out of the woods for a while: The FDA says it has received reports of bad reactions to tattoo ink years later as well as right after tattooing. The FDA says it is concerned that consumers and tattoo artists may have some of the contaminated products from the July recall. White and Blue Lion may have just been one distributor.
Some of the recalled bottles are labeled with a multicolored Chinese dragon image and black-and-white lettering, while some are missing manufacturer information. In general, the FDA says those looking to get tattoos should always ensure that the ink has a brand name and a location of the business that manufactured it.
"What the consumer can do is talk to the tattoo artist and see the ink bottles," said Linda Katz, director of the FDA's Office of Cosmetics and Colors. Katz also encouraged people with symptoms to report their reaction to the FDA.
This isn't the first outbreak linked to tattoo ink. Reports of infections have increased as tattoos have become more popular in the last decade.
Three years ago, 19 people in Rochester, New York, ended up with bubbly rashes on their new tattoos that were linked to contaminated water used to dilute the ink.
Permanent tattoos aren't the only tattoos that carry risk. An FDA alert earlier this year warned that temporary tattoos popular with kids and often found at beaches, boardwalks and other holiday destinations can also be dangerous. The main risk is from black henna, an ink that is combined with natural red henna and can include chemicals that can cause dangerous skin reactions.
"Depending on where you are, it's possible no one is checking to make sure the artist is following safe practices or even knows what may be harmful to consumers," the alert reads.
HEALTH * Hepatitis C
May 5, 2016 - Hepatitis C deaths hit all-time high in United States in 2014, surpassing deaths from 60 other infectious diseases including HIV, pneumococcal disease and tuberculosis. Alarming uptick in new cases of hepatitis C, mainly among those with a history of using injectable drugs. Hepatitis C is a viral disease that causes liver inflammation. Those with chronic or untreated infections can develop cirrhosis, liver cancer and liver failure.
Hepatitis outstrips AIDS, TB as killer
July, 2016 - Virus-caused hepatitis has become a leading cause of death and disability in the world, killing more people in a year than AIDS, tuberculosis or malaria, a report said Thursday.
Deaths from infection, liver disease and cancer caused by viral hepatitis increased by 63 percent from 890,000 in 1990 to 1.45 million in 2013, according to a review of data collected in 183 countries.
By comparison, in 2013 there were 1.3 million deaths from AIDS, 1.4 million from tuberculosis, and 855,000 from malaria, said the report, published in The Lancet.
"Whereas deaths from many infectious diseases -- such as TB and malaria -- have dropped since 1990, viral hepatitis deaths have risen," said study leader Graham Cooke from Imperial College London's medicine department.
Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, most often caused by a virus but sometimes by drug or alcohol abuse, other infections, or autoimmune diseases.
There are five main types, known as A, B, C, D and E.
According to the World Health Organization, types A and E are typically transmitted via contaminated food or water, while B, C and D usually occur from contact with body fluids of an infected person.
An estimated 95 percent of people are unaware of their infection, though treating hepatitis B and C can prevent the development of chronic liver disease.
Ninety-six percent of hepatitis deaths counted in the review were caused by types B and C, said the researchers. Most hepatitis deaths occurred in east and south Asia.
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