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  • Interpol conducts worldwide counterfeit drug raids
    Interpol conducts worldwide counterfeit drug raids
    Many are tempted to purchase drugs on the Internet because they can be obtained at a much lower cost and without a prescription. However, the old adage “you get what you pay for” applies. Often, the drugs appear to be identical to the...
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    Is microwaving food harmful?
    It is common to hear the myth that microwaving foods reduces their vitamin content and is overall an unhealthy practice, but does that statement hold any truth? In studies such as that performed by Dr. Zhang in the journal entitled "Food...
  • Be prepared to be drug tested for employment
    Are drugs keeping you or a loved one from getting a job?
    Just this past week a lady shared a story about her husband searching for a job in Wayne County. She informed the Detroit Careers Examiner that forty applicants were administered a drug test, but only two passed the test. Her husband was one that...
  • Litter Harms Nature
    Litter Harms Nature
    One only needs to drive down I-40, I-85, anyroad, street, or through any development, city or town in this country to see that we have a serious problem with littering our environment.Litter is everywhere. The question, however, is WHY? Why do...
  • Study: Energy drinks bad for you
    Study: Energy drinks bad for you
    A new study about those energy drinks that help some of you get through the day is out, and the buzz throughout the country about it is not so good.The recent study shows that energy drinks might actually be doing more harm than good.It finds a...
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    A God in the gaps
    “God of Love” “On Sunday, Pastor Harold delivered a fine sermon about love, forgiveness, and understanding. During that next week, he spent long, hard hours building a wooden frame to hold cement for a driveway. On Saturday, he...
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    Getting (and being) understanding...
    “Getting Understanding” (1 Kings 2:10-12; 3:3-14) Among the Hebrews, the heart was considered to be both the seat of the intellect and an organ of perception. “To hear” in the Hebrew means something more than merely to...