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Saving Cheyney University

                                                                              From The Ramparts                                          …

Started by Junious Ricardo Stanton

0 Nov 17, 2015

Benefits of Activated Charcoal: Medicine of the Egyptians, Greeks, and Native Americans

BY CHRISTINA SARICH Eating charcoal sounds about as appetizing as scarfing down some black, charred remains of a Saturday BBQ, but activa…

Started by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist

1 Sep 7, 2015
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Operation Fruhmenshen

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Started by Junious Ricardo Stanton

0 Aug 24, 2015

Similarities Between Detroit and Greece

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Started by Junious Ricardo Stanton

0 Jul 13, 2015

D.R. Congo Government Crack Down on African Youth‏

On Sunday March 15th, the Congolese military arrested youth leaders from Burkina Faso, Senegal and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR…

Started by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist

0 Mar 18, 2015

Arkansas Online - Latest Legal Notices - Bank Shi-Urkantzu - Moors Charges The Dept. Treasury

Saturday, January 31, 2015, 3:24 p.m Legal Notices - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette www.arkansasonline.com/legals/categories/legal-notices/...…

Started by WACP909 Real Estate

0 Feb 1, 2015

Father of the Cell Phone is a Black Engineer

His name is Jesse Russell.  An Electrical Engineer that went to Fisk and Later graduated from Tennessee State University.  Here is the link…

Started by Ifa Sango

2 Aug 10, 2014
Reply by TheArtiste Hassan

Burning Money: US Spends $5.4M on Afghanistan Incinerators, Never Used

By ABC News Dec 18, 2013 12:42pm By ADRIENNE ZULUETA and LEE FERRAN The U.S. military spent $5.4 million on an incinerator facility in Af…

Started by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist

0 Dec 18, 2013

The Twlelve Disciples of Mandela

Kilimanjaro   ----- Original Message -----From: Fatima Mevs To: functionalunity@bellsouth.net   Sent: Sunday, December 15, 2013 2:01 PM Sub…

Started by TheArtiste Hassan

0 Dec 16, 2013

2016? .... Look Again.

Possible Crash of 2016 .... Yes! or No? 2016? ... Still Not Too Late Yeah! ... But, Is anyone Listening?

Started by Ifa Sango

1 Nov 28, 2013
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Cleaning products linked to poorer lung function

Regular exposure to cleaning products significantly affects lung function, research has suggested.

Patient's chest rebuilt with 3D print after tumour surgery

Peter Maggs' chest wall was rebuilt using the technology after a large tumour was removed.

Top women doctors lose out in NHS pay stakes

The best paid male consultant pocketed £740,000 last year - two-and-a-half times that of the top woman.

Fathers may pass ovarian cancer risk to daughters

Many cases of seemingly sporadic ovarian cancer might actually be inherited from paternal genes.

Probe provides rapid lung investigation

Scientists develop technology that goes inside the lung to make fast diagnoses of infection.

Transgender woman breastfeeds baby in first recorded case, study says

She was able to produce enough milk to be the baby's only food source for the first six weeks, a study says.

Organ donations rising across the UK

An online consultation into a possible opt-out scheme in England has received more than 11,000 replies.

Life expectancy gap between rich and poor widens

Boys born in the richest areas are likely to outlive those born in the poorest by 8.4 years, a study says.

Ultra-processed foods 'linked to cancer'

French researchers studied effects of highly-processed foods, such as cakes, bread and chicken nuggets.

Lena Dunham undergoes hysterectomy after chronic pain

The Girls star reveals the pain of endometriosis led her to have surgery to remove her womb.

Valentine's Day prompts mini baby boom, NHS data shows

There were 16,263 babies conceived in the week of Valentine's Day in 2015, NHS figures estimate.

Majority of over-65s would like more sex, survey finds

More than half of over-65s would like more sex, a new UK survey shows.

Pakistan gang 'stole spinal fluid from women'

The gang obtained the fluid from more than 12 women, including a teen, to sell on the black market.

New antibiotic family discovered in dirt

The compounds are called malacidins and can kill several stubborn infections, including superbug MRSA.

Cold open water plunge may provide instant pain relief

Doctors suggest a short, sharp cold water swim may offer an alternative to strong painkillers.

Orthorexia: My 'healthy food' eating disorder

Here's what extreme "clean-eating" did to one woman.

Peter Rabbit film producers apologise over allergy scene

Sony Pictures "regrets" a scene in the film where bunnies pelt a character with blackberries.

Schizophrenia patients calmed by video game

The patients learnt to use the technique in their daily lives to reduce the power of hallucinations.

Take sick children to pharmacies first, parents told

Visits to GPs and A&E for "self-treatable" conditions cost the service £850m a year, NHS England says.

First human eggs grown in laboratory

The feat could lead to new ways of preserving women's fertility.

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