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texastribune.org

by Marissa Evans

December 17, 2016

A board of lawmakers has given final approval for $150 million in funding to help pull the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services out of its crisis mode - but there are strings attached.

In a letter dated Thursday, the Legislative Budget Board has given the agency the go-ahead to hire 829 new caseworkers and give $12,000 raises to existing ones. The funding includes $142.4 million in state dollars and $7.6 million in federal money.

nbcbayarea.com

by Mark Matthews

December 17, 2016

A homeless woman who gave birth in Golden Gate Park says Child Protective Services is stepping in to take her baby.

Berman and her boyfriend, Jack Stroube, both said they planned to get a home in Santa Cruz. The couple planned to pay for it relying on donations from strangers. "Based on what I've heard from the people who are interested in the fundraising that flipping burgers is not going to be a requirement," Stroube said.

geneticliteracyproject.org

by The Group agra Watch - A Campaign of the Community Alliance for Global Justice - to Stop Human Testing of Vitamin A Enhanced Gm Bananas at Iowa State University. the Group Delivered A Petition (with 57

December 15, 2016

David Schubert is an award-winning professor at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, where he studies neurodegenerative disorders. Despite his science background, Schubert breaks with the scientific consensus on GMOs.

Schubert's lab studies neurodegenerative disorders, such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease. He received a PhD in cell biology from the University of California, San Diego and has twice (1993 and 1986) won the Jacob Javits Award, which is given by the US Congress for excellence in neuroscience research. Schubert has argued that "there is no credible evidence that GMO foods are safe to eat" and that allergies have gone up considerably in the decade since genetically engineered foods were introduced.

aetherforce.com

December 13, 2016

The Cloudbuster as designed by Wilhelm Reich did something amazingly well-it absorbed the negative orgone energy that surrounds us and induced rain. It made rain happen.

The main trouble with Wilhelm Reich's Cloudbuster was that because it pulled negative orgone energy from the space surrounding it, the cloudbuster accumulated, and soon became saturated with, negative orgone energy.

draxe.com

December 13, 2016

The winter blues and lack of sunshine can take a toll, but seasonal affective disorder is even more serious. Fortunately, there are natural ways to stop SAD

The winter blues are well known and quite common - after all, these months come packed with a lot of holidays that can be emotionally draining. Combine that with minimal time in the sunshine, especially if you work in an office, and cold weather that seems to scream "stay home and get in a blanket," and it's no wonder that people tend to be a bit anti-social and grumpy from November until about April.

thenation.com

by Michelle Chen

December 9, 2016

A  few years ago, the greatest menace to the mom-and-pop shop was the Big Box store-"Walmartization"-cannibalizing Main Street's small businesses and pauperizing workers.

 According to a study of Amazon's community impact by the Institute for Local Self Reliance (ILSR) the mega-retailer has transformed shopping into an increasingly dehumanized process, while consolidating the labor infrastructure into a giant network of low-wage logistical chains where workers' economic security shrinks and community-based businesses wither.

forbes.com

December 8, 2016

Before the bruising workplace conditions for white collar employees at Amazon became front page news in the New York Times last weekend, what were Amazon's workers saying about their experiences at the Seattle online retailing behemoth?

First a recap of the last few days: Times reporters David Streitfeld and Jodi Kantor wrote in a 7,000-word feature that they had interviewed 100 current and former Amazon employees, most of whom described an intense, often cutthroat workplace where senior managers encourage their reports to attack one another's ideas in meetings. An internal phone directory includes instructions on how to send secret notes about colleagues.

thegoodlyco.com

December 8, 2016

As if Glyphosate, the main killer chemical in Monsanto's VisionMax and RoundUp herbicides were not bad enough already. Now we have further and far more damaging information coming from scientist Anthony Samsel of Deerfield, New Hampshire.

A renowned biochemist and research scientist that has been studying Glyphosate, and other potentially harmful chemicals for a long time, he has four peer reviewed scientific papers already published, along with Dr. Stephanie Seneff, on how Glyphosate provides a pathway to various modern diseases.

healthimpactnews.com

by Dr. Mercola

December 6, 2016

Lavender oil could be a weapon in the fight against antifungal-resistant infections. The essential oil shows a potent effect against fungi responsible for common skin and nail infections.

Scientists tested lavender oil and found it to be lethal to a range of skin-pathogenic strains known as dermatophytes, as well as various species of Candida. Dermatophytes cause infections of the skin, hair and nails, and Candida species can cause mucocutaneous candidosis, also known as thrush.

essentialoilsearch.com

December 5, 2016

Have you already heard about the traditional oregano spice for Mediterranean diet? The Latin name of the plant, dried leaves of which Italians willingly add to your pizza - is «Origanum majorana». Strictly speaking, this is wild oregano.

But today we will focus on other species of the family Lamiaceae. Meet oregano (lat. «Origanum vulgare»), - the oil of this plant. It has amazing beneficial properties, some of which was known centuries ago. The ancient Greeks, for example, called oregano as "The pleasure of the mountain" and used it for the treatment of infectious diseases. Oregano oil kills bacteria, fungal and yeast infections, expels parasites from the body and fights viruses.

      






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