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3-D Mammograms Get A Thumbs Up From The Experts

The incidence of breast cancer among women in the United States has declined sharply over the past three decades.  Undoubtedly increased awareness of the pervasiveness of the disease and of the need for early detection has led to dramatic improvements in screening through mammograms. But those screenings are far from fool-proof.  Using two-dimensional imaging techniques, some women’s breast cancer might ...

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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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Does Life Begin At Conception? What Biologists Have To Say

When does life really begin? Supporters and opponents of abortion rights have been debating this question for decades. Now, some 6,000 biologists appear to have provided a stark answer:  Conception. The author of the new study, Steve Jacobs, a newly-minted Ph.D. at the University of Chicago’s School of Comparative Human Development, has begun promoting the idea that the weight of ...

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CDC: Children Suicides Rose 56% in Just 10 Years

There’s an epidemic in America killing our young people more profound then drugs, auto accidents, firearms and drowning, that those within congress, the White House and within the mainstream media have been ignoring for well over 10-years. Childhood suicides for youngsters between the ages of 10 to 14 according to new data provided by the Centers for Disease Control and ...

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Is Megyn Kelly Returning to Fox News?

Did the conservative turned liberal, turn again? Megyn Kelly made an appearance on the Tucker Carlson show Wednesday night. The once self-proclaimed conservative news host of the “Kelly Files” hasn’t appeared on a primetime news show since leaving Fox in 2017. Her appearance on Fox has sparked rumors that the once-popular host may be eying a comeback, perhaps as a ...

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The Decline Of Teen Pregnancy

One of the great public health success stories of the past 30 years is the sharp decline in teen pregnancy rates. While significant racial disparities remain, the overall drop in teen pregnancy – which is linked to a host of negative outcomes for women and society as a whole — has been nothing short of phenomenal. In 1990, there were ...

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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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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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University Of Oklahoma Abolishes Pledge of Allegiance

In was by most accounts a surprise vote especially within conservative Oklahoma, that the Pledge of Allegiance would no longer be welcome at the University of Oklahoma, after a resolution last week passed by a 15 to 11 margin to remove the Pledge from the school’s agenda. The resolution suggests that the Pledge of Allegiance was somehow incompatible with the ...

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