Corn Rootworms Were Supposed to Die, Now They Eat GMOs For Breakfast

By Heather Callaghan The issue of corn-destroying rootworms becoming resistant to the very crops designed to kill them – isn’t breaking news. Not only was it predicted before the advent of commercialized genetically engineered crops, but it’s been an ongoing problem. Apparently, it’s become such a tipping point recently, that it’s finally starting to turn…

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Little Known Chinese Herb Is A Cancer Killer

by Arjun Walia Today, odds are that you have had/have cancer, or know somebody who does. In Canada, approximately one million Canadians that were alive at the beginning of 2009 have had a cancer diagnosis in the previous 10 years. Two out of every five Canadians will develop cancer within their lifetime, and one in…

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15 Ways To Discover Your Passion

By Josh Richardson [Editor’s Note: There are a lot of trite articles on the web that simply mimic “follow your passion!” There are now some high ranking criticisms towards that simplified saying. One of the criticisms states that passion and excitement aren’t the same thing and that passion isn’t just some innate hidden treasure you’re…

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Forget Doom and Gloom: Preparedness is the Ultimate Act of Optimism

By Daisy Luther Does this sound familiar? You’re talking to a friend or family member who isn’t on board with preparedness. (And it’s even worse when they think they know what’s going on in the world but garner their so-called “information” from network news sources.) You try for the millionth time to get them to…

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New study links 9/11 to heart disease in first responders

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai reports new findings showing WTC first responders are at higher risk for obstructive sleep apnea and PTSD, due to inhalation of particulate matter. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai researchers have linked high levels of exposure to inhaled particulate matter by first responders at Ground Zero to…

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Mumps Breakout in Ohio May Prove Something

by Catherine Frompovich Ohio State University reports a breakout of mumps, a communicable infectious disease that affects the salivary [parotid] glands that also can cause other health problems, some serious, e.g., meningitis and deafness. If mumps occurs in older males (> 12 y/o), there’s a possibility of mumps contributing to infertility. According to Patient.co.uk /…

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Fukushima Solutions World Conference, March 22-23

by Neenah Payne The Fukushima Solutions World Conference will take place on March 22-23 at the University of Texas at Austin. The goal is to come up with a solution to counter the unprecedented Fukushima disaster. The first day will feature experts in nuclear issues discussing remediation solutions for the Fukushima disaster. The focus on…

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