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New limbs and new hope for Africa's hunted albino children

By DAVID R. MARTIN and RODRIQUE NGOWIAd By: MediaPlayer NEW YORK (AP) — As 5-year-old Baraka Cosmas Lusambo slept in his family's home in…

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0 Aug 19, 2015

Gals: How to Pee for Better Health (Yep, You Can Stand Up Too)

Everyone has heard the saying “You are what you eat.” With sodas, alcohol and excessive coffee drinking, we often forget that we are what w…

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0 Aug 2, 2015

In Brazil’s capital, a black youth is six times more likely to be murdered than a white youth

Note from BW of Brazil: We can never discuss this issue too much. The genocide that Brazil has apparently declared against black youth is…

Started by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist

0 May 17, 2015

MAYDAY! MAYDAY! MAYDAY! Your Rights and Your Lives at Risk!

MAYDAY! MAYDAY! MAYDAY! Your Rights and Your Lives at Risk! Global Vax Freedom Internet Radio Marathon: May 1, 2015 Shortlink to This Page…

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0 Apr 18, 2015

12 Life-Changing Lunch Hacks

Packing a lunch everyday for work or school is probably one of the most difficult tasks. Not only is it hard to come up with meals to take…

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0 Apr 13, 2015

Five More Things You Need to Know About Coal Ash

By Lisa Evans | Monday, December 08, 2014 The toxic coal ash turned the Dan River gray for 20 miles east of the North Carolina border.…

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0 Dec 9, 2014

See What Happens When You Eat Garlic On an Empty Stomach

Nov 212014   Not everyone thinks that eating garlic on an empty stomach is beneficial. You may often hear people say that it is only your g…

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0 Nov 21, 2014

Wow. Bayer is suing the European Commission to overturn a ban on the pesticides that are killing millions of bees around the world.

A huge public push won this landmark ban -- and we can't sit back and let Big Pesticide overturn it while the bees vanish. Bayer and Synge…

Started by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist

0 Nov 5, 2014

Sinkhole develops under dam in US — 7 nuclear reactors downstream — Water now seeping out — Gov’t notified of ‘stability issues’, plants begin evaluating potential flood impacts — Official: An ‘uncomm

Cynthia McKinney  WTHeck! Can you believe this??? Seven nuclear reactors downstream from a dam that's eroding due to a sinkhole!!!!!!!! Sin…

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0 Nov 2, 2014

15 Creative yet Easy Ways to Put Your Metabolism in High Gear

http://naturalon.com/15-creative-yet-easy-ways-to-put-your-metabolism-in-high-gear/view-all/ Do you feel like your metabolism is like those…

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0 Oct 26, 2014

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Leaky roofs, pest control 'risking NHS patient safety' - Labour

The Labour Party says some individual trusts are facing huge bills for maintenance work.

Migrant rules 'leaving NHS short of doctors'

Health bosses warning patients are facing delays and rotas going unfilled because of cap on non-EU workers.

Sugar tax revolt: Meet the Ribena stockpilers

Some people hate the new Ribena so much, they've started to stockpile the last "classic" bottles.

Alfie Evans: Parents and doctors to discuss sending toddler home

Terminally ill toddler Alfie Evans has been at the centre of a legal wrangle over his care.

Blood scandal victims need more cash, says Haemophilia Wales

"These are not scroungers, they are victims of a scandal," says one victim's husband.

Fake cancer causes belief 'rife', research suggests

Drinking from plastic bottles, food additives and microwave ovens are just some that people believe.

Dumfries Infirmary apology issued over cancer diagnosis delay

A complaint is upheld about the time it took to provide a man with treatment at Dumfries Infirmary.

Primary school mental health counselling may help economy, study says

Research estimates that every £1 spent on one-to-one counselling could earn a societal return of £6.20.

Dementia risk linked to some medicines

Up to two million people in England take anticholinergics, for depression and Parkinson's disease.

NHS needs '£50bn extra by 2030'

A top surgeon and ex-minister makes prediction as the government considers a long-term funding plan.

Doctors' warning over pressures on children's wards

Paediatricians say doctors are facing too much pressure and key standards are not being met.

Newcastle NHS worker made redundant on holiday wins case

The timing of the redundancy notice period affected whether Sandi Haywood received a higher pension.

Report recommends NI abortion law change

A working group recommends changing NI's laws to allow abortion in cases of fatal foetal abnormality.

New prostate therapy recommended on NHS

It's non-surgical and can treat an enlarged, non-cancerous condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia.

Windrush: Albert Thompson gets date for cancer treatment

Albert Thompson was initially denied NHS treatment for prostate cancer until he proved his status.

New ban on epilepsy drug in pregnancy

Valproate will no longer be given to girls and women of childbearing age unless they sign a consent form.

How bacteria are changing your mood

Scientists think "mood microbes" are a new frontier for improving the health of the brain.

Parents facing 'unfair child abuse claims' over bruising

Chelsea's son was taken away for a year, until his bruising was found to be down to a medical condition.

Awyr Las: Health board NHS charity cash probe urged

£450,000 is spent on a staff engagement plan to help a health board get out of special measures.

US soldier gets world's first penis and scrotum transplant

The wounded veteran who received the organ transplant says he feels "finally more normal".

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