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MSNBC Host Says Newborn Infants Don’t Count As ‘Alive’ Unless Parents Decide They Do; Infanticide Is The New Abortion

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MSNBC Host Says Newborn Infants Don't Count As 'Alive' Unless Parents Decide They Do; Infanticide Is The New Abortion

Written by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Naturalnews.com (NaturalNews) On 29 July Natural News denounces Melissa Harris-Perry, the latest talking head “death worshipper” to publicly imply that she supports the murder of living, breathing newborn children. According to Harris-Perry, life begins when the parents feel like life begins. And together with some twisted new “ethics”…

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NEW Research Into Food Pleasure And Addiction

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NEW Research Into Food Pleasure And Addiction

According to recent statistics compiled by the Health and Social Care Information Centre, around 24% of men and 26% of women in the UK are classified as clinically obese and it is predicted that these figures are only set to rise. Among such serious health concerns, new research carried out by Dr. Jennifer Nasser, associate…

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Ultimate Reset- The Natural Detox!

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Ultimate Reset- The Natural Detox!

Taking a shower after returning home might be a “must” thing you do each day. Why do you take showers or wash your face regularly? It might sound stupid for you to explain  that, you do that in order to keep your skin clean. Well, don’t you think that dirt not only affects your external…

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Study Suggest Herpes Could Affect Memory in Seniors

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Study Suggest Herpes Could Affect Memory in Seniors

According to estimates from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every six adults in the U.S. have genital herpes. Despite the long-term health consequences associates with the sexually transmitted disease, each year approximately 776,000 people in the U.S. get a new herpes infection. While the outbreak of sores the disease causes…

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Staying Active Keeps Mind Sharp In Old Age

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Staying Active Keeps Mind Sharp In Old Age

As we age, our mental capacity starts to decline, especially as our levels of physical activity decrease. Declining mental function, memory loss and even dementia and mental illness are all genuine concerns amongst the elderly members of society. However, by remaining physically active beyond the age of 50, you can help to ensure that your…

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First Aid for a Diabetic Emergency

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First Aid for a Diabetic Emergency

Diabetes is a major problem which affects almost 1 million people in Australia (4% of Australians), and an estimated 360 million people worldwide. Diabetes is a condition which affects the body’s ability to produce insulin, and therefor the ability to regulate blood sugar levels. This can lead to abnormal fluctuations in blood sugar levels which…

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Beyond Diet and Exercise: 3 Considerations for Weight Loss

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Beyond Diet and Exercise: 3 Considerations for Weight Loss

 When it comes to losing weight, what you are eating and how much you are exercising are certainly important; but, our bodies are complex, and numerous factors can affect our weight and how easily we can shed those extra pounds. If you are looking to trim down, it is important to have as many ducks…

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