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An African Woman's Open Letter to Melinda Gates

Image by Jonene Ficklin   by Obianuju Ekeocha   Growing up in a remote town in Africa, I have always known that a new life is welcomed wit…

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Interview: Haitian-Born Author Dady Chery Dissects Haiti's Ongoing Occupation

By Gilbert Mercier Dady Chery was born and raised in Haiti and, as such, is proud to call herself "natif natal." Before the 2010 earthquake…

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Today I was listening to this video.  It is a platform for all we see whats wrong with our government and shows how we can get things done…

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REMEMBER (WACPtv.ning.com)? It is now simply (WACP.tv) making it easier to remember, type and access. However, we can still be reached at…

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Charleston South Carolina Shootings in Historical Perspective

                                                   From The Ramparts                                                Junious Ricardo Stanton…

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SaharaReporters CIA Journalist.

If you're smart, have a college degree, ready to serve your country, and ambitious must be ,a part of the CIA agenda in your future career.…

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WE CHARGE GENOCIDE: Reprinted from Living In Black.ning.com

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REVOLUTIONIZING THE REVOLUTION !

It has become fashionable to promote the idea of ones willingness to “die” for a cause, or struggle.  And, while those who have made that s…

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Huge Reptilian Sculptures Around The World

Reptilian - serpent - snake iconography is found throughout the planet in art work and petroglyphs, referring to the spiral of consciousnes…

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It's time to put a woman on the $20 bill

Forget about Andrew Jackson and his big hair. It's time we put a woman on the $20 bill. So says an organization called Women on 20s, which…

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Young people fear lack of job prospects

Young people share their worries, as a survey suggests youth confidence and happiness is declining.

'Growing problem' of addiction to prescription drugs probed

A review into the "growing problem" of prescription drug addiction in England is launched.

Boris Johnson rebuked over NHS cash plea

Theresa May tells the foreign secretary conversations about health funding should be in private.

New drugs access 'faster than ever' - Welsh Government

Faster access to new drugs is "making a real difference to people's lives".

Isaiah Haastrup: 'God should decide' when baby dies

The mother of an 11-month-old on life support tells a court doctors should not decide when he dies.

Sugar tax: Drinks becoming pricier and in smaller bottles

Those who like a fizzy drink will soon be paying more to enjoy them, when the sugar tax comes into force in April this year.

Gas detecting pill could diagnose poor gut health

The capsule can measure gas levels and transmit this information to a mobile phone app.

Children in England 'deserve better' from healthcare

England has not made the same strides as Wales and Scotland to improve care, a report says.

The good A&E facing unprecedented winter pressures

How a hospital with some of the best NHS waiting times ended up with patients waiting in corridors.

Joey Barton speaks out about gambling addiction

The footballer says he thinks he'll always be in recovery from the addiction.

Asthma patients 'not receiving basic care'

Majority of patients do not get the basic care which could prevent two out of three asthma deaths

Disabilities caused in babies by epilepsy drug a 'scandal'

It is thought 20,000 children have been left with disabilities caused by sodium valproate.

Constipation death 'wholly preventable'

An inquest hears a man had 10kg of faeces removed from his digestive system shortly before he died.

What happens during a smear test?

Doctor Philippa Kaye talks us through what's involved during a cervical screening test.

A&E stats may have to be recalculated

Changes to the collection of A&E statistics raise concerns the NHS is under more pressure than thought.

Embarrassment makes women avoid smear tests, charity says

Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35 but a majority are not aware of the risk.

The Ilford woman who carries her heart in a rucksack

Selwa Hussain is the first woman in the UK to leave hospital with an artificial heart.

Horse trampling woman's face rebuilt

Libby Keating's face was repaired by experts at St George's Hospital in Tooting.

'The infection took my nose and legs'

Oxford professor Liz Frood was fit and healthy until she was struck by what she thought was a stomach bug.

Should there be a right to die?

Two women explain their opposing views on the contentious right-to-die issue.

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