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Kids Love Meditation, Too

We hear a lot about upstart children who disrupt class by acting out inappropriately. Many of these kids are bored by academics and full of youthful energy. What if there were a way to get them to simmer down and focus up? The good news is that there is – and it’s as affordable as it is simple. One well-known ...

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When Did Touching Become So Touchy?

Even though touch is a basic human need – along with sight, hearing, smell, and taste – one in four people are suffering from skin hunger. Also called touch deprivation, this genuine medical condition can undermine a person’s overall health and well-being. Gentle touching is a natural way animals express affection, acceptance, and approval. From birth to death, all of ...

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Why This Swedish Couple Built A Greenhouse Around Their Home

The greenhouse effect has gotten a bad rap in the press since the United Nations declared its restrictive War on Carbon. A greenhouse is also called a hothouse. Its purpose is to let in light, convert it to heat, and trap it inside so plants can grow when it is much colder outside. A greenhouse is called a “forcing structure” ...

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Nevada Banned Pre-Employment Drug Tests

Nevada, home to fast money and loose women, made U.S. history earlier this year by becoming the first state in the Union to prohibit employers from turning down job applicants because of a failed pre-employment drug test for marijuana. The western state is best known for its lavish casinos and legal houses of prostitution is breaking new ground for American ...

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Eat Sushi – Risk Tapeworms

“Sushi lover’s entire body left riddled with WORMS after eating contaminated sashimi,” the Daily Mail headline screamed in a news story from 2014. A man in China complained to his doctor about an aching stomach and itchy skin. Diagnostic scans revealed that the sushi lover’s innards were riddled with tapeworms. Contaminated sashimi (slices of raw fish) was determined to be the ...

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Second Of Three Polio Strains Eradicated

On October 24, 2019, World Polio Day, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced a “historic step” in conquering the childhood crippler polio. A panel of experts certified that the second of three types of virulent disease had been wiped off the face of the earth. The last reported case of type 3 polio occurred in 2012 in Nigeria. A poliovirus ...

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Meditation Beats the Pants Off School Detention

A Maryland school made headlines in 2016 when administrators replaced detention for unruly students with meditation. The results were remarkable. Outward aggression was quickly transformed into peaceful self-reflection. As an alternative to traditional detention – basically, jail for kids and the teachers who have to monitor them – Robert W. Coleman Elementary School set up a special place for disruptive ...

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Contaminated Food From China Sold As “Organic”

Organic food is supposed to be healthier than non-organic food, right? Wrong! – if we’re talking about agricultural imports from China. What a lot of people don’t understand is that farming practices and quality standards vary wildly around the world and the Communist Chinese are rather slack where consumer safety is concerned. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) 2007 Consumer ...

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Transgender Fighter KO Female – Is It Okay?

It’s one thing to support seemingly broad-minded ideas such as gender self-identification – being able to change your legally biological sexual type (male or female) by saying so, filing some paperwork, and paying a few fees. It’s quite another to watch unintended consequences unfold as we witness how transgenderism translates into the real world. Consider the case of Mixed Martial ...

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Engineering School Lowers Entry Bar For Women

The road to hell is paved with good intentions. So the proverb goes. A classic example of this occurred recently in Australia where an engineering university lowered its entrance standards for women applicants to attract more female students. Although, on the surface, this preferential policy looks like a hand up for a struggling underclass, lowering the academic bar both demeans ...

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