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    Betsy Broyles Arnold and Kailen Rosenberg aim to help Alzheimer's caregivers
    Today, there are “more than five million people living with Alzheimer's disease” (About, 2015). The illness is an unrelenting demon; as the disease progresses, loved ones struggle more and more with with “memory, thinking and...
  • U.S. must rein-in radical mosques
    U.S. must rein-in radical mosques
    According to the Mapping Sharia in America Project, former counterterrorism and counterintelligence agents targeted 2,300 mosques, Islamic centers and schools across America for undercover surveillance. So far these ex-FBI, CIA and U.S. military...
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    Zeynep Ozbilen's album 'Z [zee]' takes listeners on a trip around the world
    Her name— Zeynep Ozbilen— may not be the easiest to pronounce initially but once you have a listen of the singer-songwriter's latest album,Z [zee] (or you could just go in person to her CD release concert March 5 at Lula Lounge),...
  • Good news for pandas as their wild population rises
    Wild panda population is on the rise
    The World Wildlife Fund reported on their website Friday, February 27, 2015 that the wild population of pandas rose by nearly 17% over the past decade. The panda bear has long been an iconic symbol of conservation due to its secluded nature....
  • Were You Born For The World's Benefit?
    Were You Born For The World's Benefit?
    If you were born for the world’s benefit, the world may just benefit. Why deny the obvious preference of your soul’s intent for inhabiting the earth plane? Could it be that you hold back from acting upon the ‘natural and...
  • Israeli PM Netanyahu makes his case of a nuclear Iran
    Netanyahu’s Iranian nuclear claims contradict spy agency findings
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may have purposely misled the United Nations in his claims that Iran was on a path toward the building nuclear weapons. This is according to leaked documents first reported by Al Jazeera on Monday stating...
  • ISIL does not deserve recognition of Islamic State
    New terror threat made by al-Shabab on the homeland
    Sunday morning, Feb. 22, on ABC’s "This Week", George Stephanopoulos reported that America had received a terror threat against the homeland. The Mall of America in Minneapolis has been targeted as revealed by a new video released...
  • January 2015 global temps rank second in record
    NOAA reports Earth had second warmest January on record in 2015
    In the release its latest monthly analysis of global temperatures on Thursday the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. reported that, with a combined land and sea average...
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    Karl "The Mailman" Malone campaigns for heart health during Black History Month
    On July 24, 1963, Shirley Malone gave birth to a baby boy. The single mother lovingly raised her nine children in the small town of Summerville Louisiana. There, her young son developed a love of fishing, farm life, hard work, and the church ...
  • Obamacare disaster
    Obamacare disaster
    Obamacare disasterThis has been a learning experience gone terribly wrong. From the onset with the web site, being inoperable, to the threat of monetary fines, and it's called Obamacare.Everyone is a victim.
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    Black market steps in to help with China's blood 'famine'
    China’s newest blood problem is one that they’ve created all on their own and a black market is emerging to solve it. According to Reuters on Feb. 16, “blood heads” are selling certificates to patients who wouldn’t be...
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    Mad cow in Canada? Officials say yes, but not to worry (VIDEO)
    For the first time in four years, Canada has reported a case of mad cow disease, officials confirmed Friday, Feb. 13.The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said the infected cow came from Alberta, but also confirmed that the beef from the animal had...
  • Mad cow disease found in Canada, first Canadian BSE case since 2011
    Mad cow disease found in Canada, first Canadian BSE case since 2011
    A case of mad cow disease was confirmed in Canada, reported Reuters Feb. 13. Canada is a leading beef exporter. The infected cow was found in Alberta, Canada, It's the first case of mad cow disease since 2011.The Canadian Food Inspection...
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    Dr. Judith Jones advocates dental care for seniors
    Most of us know how to take care of our teeth. We know to brush twice a day, floss, eat healthy foods, and visit the dentist regularly. For seniors, the advice is no different.Just the same, seniors have several unique dental care concerns and...
  • Sierra Leone halts Ebola workers' wages over 'ghostworkers', some workers strike
    Sierra Leone halts Ebola workers' wages over 'ghostworkers', some workers strike
    A few scammer Ebola "ghostworkers" in Sierra Leone are making it rough for the over 95 percent of workers who are legitimate, reported Reuters Feb. 10. The Sierra Leonean government has repeatedly halted wages to Ebola workers while it...