101FOOD I 202COM303CRAF404EDU505ENGINE I606FASHN707HEALTH I808PERF909 ESTATE110MONEY111REFORM I112GRAPHIC

THANKS for VISITING WACPtv SPACEBOOK... THE MOST ORGANIZED COMMUNITY in CYBERSPACE  ...    ... Contact Hassan Artiste Raheem IN BELIZE @ 011-501-637-9298.  Book a tour and experience BELIZE for yourself .... WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE CATEGORY ...CLICK HERE! ... CHECK OUT 2016 WEB SITE RATINGS - CLICK HERE! ... NOT A MEMBER? SIGNUP NOW!

HOME    *    EVERYTHING BELIZE   *   WACPtv VIDEOS    *    REGGAE & AFRICA   *   WWW RATINGS    *   LAFF NOW   *   SPIRITUALITY    *  LOGOS

1st WORLD SPACEBOOK OF RECORDS. A MULTI-MEDIA INTERACTIVE SPACESTATION COMMUNITY OF CREATIVE PEOPLE'S HISTORY, BLOGS & ACTIONS IN REAL TIME!

Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

CONNECTIONS

 GBI  UIN U2bCh  Share |

WE ARE THE DIVINE SOLUTIONS TO THE WORLD....LET OUR TRUE SPIRIT BE REVEALED TO THE WORLD!

RSS

ESA benefit payments: Re-tests axed for chronically ill claimants

Campaign groups welcome moves to end repeated medical assessments for thousands of people claiming the main benefit for long-term sickness.

Animal TB threatens human health say vets and doctors

Animal tuberculosis, which is spread through contaminated food, is a greater threat to human health than previously realised, leading doctors and vets warn.

Caroline Aherne’s brother: ‘I thought she would survive’

Caroline Aherne’s brother has told BBC Radio 5 live’s Emma Barnett that he thought his sister would survive cancer.

Cancer clusters at nuclear sites 'not linked to radiation'

An investigation into clusters of cancer cases around Sellafield and Dounreay nuclear sites finds they were very unlikely to have been caused by radiation exposure.

Six babies in MRSA outbreak at Addenbrooke's Hospital

Six babies are affected by an outbreak of the "superbug" MRSA in a Cambridge hospital's neonatal maternity unit.

One in six young people eat fast food 'twice a day'

One in six young people eat fast food twice a day, according to a survey of the nation's eating habits.

Carers' A&E visits can be preventable, says report

One in 10 unpaid carers who called 999 or took their loved one to A&E did so because they did not know where else to go, a report by Carers UK suggests.

Gene editing: Ethical issues 'should be discussed'

Ethical questions around a new gene editing technology need to be considered now - even though its use may be some way off, experts say.

Young women at 'highest mental health risk'

Alice Thompson, 17, is in treatment for her mental health problems, which include anxiety and self-harm.

Young women at 'highest mental health risk'

Young women are the highest risk group in England for mental health problems, according to new data released by NHS Digital.

What NHS story do you want us to investigate?

Pick the issue you want BBC health correspondent Nick Triggle to look into.

South East Coast Ambulance Service 'to be put in special measures'

An NHS ambulance trust that serves the South East of England is to be put into special measures following a damning report by inspectors.

Common painkillers 'increase heart failure risk'

Taking a common kind of painkiller is linked to an increased risk of heart failure, a study focusing on elderly people suggests.

NHS negligence claims hit £1.4bn

NHS trusts in England paid out more than £1.4bn in medical negligence claims last year, up from £583m in 2008.

One in 10 children has 'Aids defence'

A 10th of children have a "monkey-like" immune system that stops them developing Aids, researchers say.

Widow wins High Court frozen embryo case

The widow of a Falklands war veteran has won a High Court bid to keep frozen embryos that they created.

Nursing homes 'closing each week'

Nursing homes are closing at the rate of one per week in England, due mainly to a shortage of nurses, official figures suggest.

Alarm symptoms missed in bowel cancer emergency patients

One in five bowel cancer patients diagnosed in an emergency had "red flag" symptoms that should have been picked up earlier, says a study in the British Journal of Cancer.

Junior doctors lose High Court case

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has won a High Court fight with junior doctors in England over a new contract.

Rest: Are we getting enough of it in our lives?

The results of the world's largest ever survey on rest show that two-thirds of us would like more of it.

Badge

Loading…

Cramer: Abandon the Dollar Now, US Is 'a Laughingstock'

ALERT: 5 Reasons Stocks Will Collapse . . .

S&P: US Still Not Ready to Win Back AAA Rating

Reich: 'Significant Chance of Another Shutdown in January'

More Links:

75% of Seniors Make This $152,000 Social Security Mistake (See Easy...

Will This Video Get Obama Fired? See the Evidence.

3 Biblical Truths About Investing Revealed

http://us-mg6.mail.yahoo.com/neo/launch?.rand=40b7t6v20d0ii#mail

As the world laughs at Washington's antics, CNBC's Jim Cramer says smart money should look for any possible means to flee the dollar.

The United States is "a laughing stock around the world, maybe worse than Italy in some ways when I look at benchmarks," he said on Squawk Box. "We have obviously lost the faith of a lot of countries."

If there is a way to take your money out of this country, Cramer suggests putting it in Germany. If he were in the shoes of China, Kuwait, Brazil or Japan, "I would do it immediately," he claimed.


Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.moneynews.com/InvestingAnalysis/Cramer-dollar-gold-US/20...
Urgent: Should Obamacare Be Repealed? Vote Here Now!

Views: 17

© 2016   Created by TheArtiste Hassan.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service