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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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How To Get Paid Your Maximum SSA Benefit

Mention “Social Security Benefits” and some folks’ eyes will glaze right over while others’ ears will prick up with interest. Put on your explorer hat and venture along as we explore the jungly wilds of the U.S. Social Security system. Our mission: Take as much money off the Social Security table in retirement as possible! First, a few words about ...

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Keys To Success In Adulthood

The key to success in adulthood is to recognize that weaknesses can be perceived as strengths. For example, people who struggle with indecision could also be considered thoughtful souls who examine all sides of an issue. Likewise, wool-gathering dreamers might just as easily be called visionaries. “The goal of adulthood is not to become a well-rounded success machine. The goal ...

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Court Takes Cancer-Free Son From Parents Who Refuse Chemo

A shocking and disturbing recent Florida court order has denied custody to the parents of a 3-year-old boy after they refused to continue chemotherapies for their son, saying he had been cured. Noah is the son of Joshua McAdams and Taylor Bland-Ball. In April, the tyke was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. ...

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Parents Save “Brain Dead” Son From Doctors

A young British man injured in a car accident whose doctors had pronounced him brain dead and told his family not to expect his recovery surprised the world by checking out of the hospital less than two months later. The youth might indeed be dead if his parents had listened to the experts. Happily, they didn’t. In February 2008, 21-year-old ...

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Hungary Gives Thousands Parents To Grow Population

In early July 2019, Orbán’s administration announced a cash incentive to grow the segregated nation’s dwindling population: married couples may take out a 10 million-forint (about $33,800) loan which they do not have to pay back if they have three children. The interest-free loans are part of the Family Protection Action Plan, which allocates 4.8% of Hungary’s GDP to family ...

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Do You Know The Power Of Human Touch?

It’s a touchy subject but human contact is vital to our health and well-being. Unspoken communication flows between people who share direct skin-to-skin contact. Sometimes, the act of touching is intentional but there many occasions when humans touch each other subconsciously – without conscious awareness. One little-known factoid is that our skin is, in fact, our largest organ. If laid ...

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