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Chelsea Manning aghast! Canada bans ex-intel analyst for ‘treason’

Bradley Manning-turned-Chelsea Manning, who was convicted of handing over classified sensitive U.S. military details to be published in WikiLeaks, has expressed surprise that Canada has refused him entry. But many who noticed Manning’s complaint on Twitter were not at all sympathetic. “omg this ‘treason’ thing is so, like, annoying,” commented David Rutz, who was joined by Seth Mandel: […]

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Top VA health official abruptly steps down

(MILITARY TIMES) The acting under secretary for health at the Department of Veterans Affairs abruptly stepped aside on Monday, leaving the agency with yet another leadership void as VA officials prepare ambitious reforms for veterans medical benefits. Poonam Alaigh, who had served in the post since February, said in a letter to staff that she […]

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A Colorful Whole Food Diet Can Help Prevent Colon Cancer and IBS

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Instead of promoting a pill, we can promote fruits and vegetables that are very rich in anti-inflammatory compounds to counter the growing problem of chronic disease. – Professor Jairam K.P. Vanamala Previously, scientists have found that colorful compounds in fruits and vegetables can help prevent cancer when these concepts were tested on mice. […]

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Try These Probiotics To Boost Your Mood and Relieve Stress

By Adonia Dennis, Natural Blaze Looking For A Mood Boost And Stress Reliever? Opt For These Probiotics Probiotics are a particular series of supplements that have been gaining quite a lot of interest and popularity amongst the general population in the recent years. These supplements provide living microorganisms that offer a lot of benefits for the human […]

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Senate Republicans release new version of Obamacare repeal

(WASHINGTON TIMES) Senate Republicans revised their last-ditch Obamacare Monday in an 11-hour bid to win over key holdouts, after prospects of passing a repeal bill dimmed significantly over the weekend. An analysis released by Sen. Bill Cassidy, Louisiana Republican and lead sponsor, said bill writers turned the dials enough to give states such as Alaska […]

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The CDC’s Strange Case of Poul Thorsen, MD, PhD, Vaccine Data Manipulator “Extraordinaire”

By Catherine J. Frompovich A few months ago after reading the book Master Manipulator, I wrote an article about Poul Thorsen, MD, PhD, the Danish medical researcher who produced the ‘premiere safety study’ that vaccines do not cause Autism; however, the study was produced fraudulently, but the CDC still promotes it and has not retracted […]

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9 Commonly Overlooked Fall Risks

At any age, falling can lead to injury, sometimes severe. We all know environmental risks for falls — ice in the winter, slippery rain surfaces and strong winds. But there are risks in your own home that you may be overlooking.Read more about the top nine commonly overlooked fall risks to prevent serious injury for […]

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Prof sounds alarm over same-sex ‘studies’ on children

President Obama’s administration lit the White House with rainbow colors on the evening of June 26, 2015, after the U.S. Supreme Court made a decision in favor of legalized same-sex marriage Twenty years after politicians and researchers howled in protest at research suggesting there was no lasting harm to minors who engage in same-sex sexual […]

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The Importance of the Vagus Nerve in Health and Well-Being

By Anna Hunt At the center of our bodies resides a long, wiry nerve called the vagus nerve. It extends all the way from the brain down through the chest and beyond the stomach. In addition, it connects to all major organs, including ears, eyes, tongue, kidneys, bladder, reproductive organs, and the colon. Scientists believe […]

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