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newsghana.com.gh

September 9, 2016

The Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD)[1], a network of 77 EU and U.S. consumer organisations, today published a new resolution on consumer concerns about new genetic engineering techniques.

Consumers have right to know when new genetic engineering techniques are used, including in their food, but companies are lobbying to exempt such products from regulation. A number of new genetic engineering techniques have been developed which were not in use when current laws on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were drafted.

thesurvivalmom.com

September 8, 2016

The Great Depression was a time of hunger for many families and even today, many Americans remember great depression meals.

With all the talk about food storage and growing our own food, I did a little digging around to find out what some people ate during America's Great Depression of the 1930's. Surprisingly, a few of these were made by my mother and grandmother, traditions, I'm sure, from a more frugal era.

wnd.com

September 7, 2016

All in all, it's just another day in Sweden, where multiculturalism is pushing the once famously liberal Nordic society to the breaking point. Mass immigration, mostly from Muslim nations, has utterly transformed many Swedish cities.

"No-go zones are becoming a fact of life throughout much of Europe and especially those countries that have been most committed to a welcoming policy toward Muslim immigrants," said Davis. "Far from demonstrating a sense of gratitude, Muslims are insisting on ever-greater privileges against the norms of the indigenous society. While individual Muslims may seek to integrate into their host societies, the political nature of Islam means that, as Muslim immigrant communities grow in size and presence, their resistance to the surrounding political regime will necessarily increase."

fayobserver.com

September 7, 2016

Everybody loves a clown - unless it's hovering in the woods at dark.

There were two such reports in Cumberland County on Tuesday - one in Fayetteville and one in Hope Mills - and in Laurinburg, authorities said. In Fayetteville, someone called police about 10 p.m. and reported there were clowns in the area of Fillyaw Road and Applewood Lane, less than a quarter-mile from North Reilly Road.

livingwithpower.org

August 29, 2016

This debate is not about vaccines at all. It's about control. No matter how hard we try, we can't make safe happen. We will always have only a small measure of control over the outcome of our kids health.

This debate is not driven by science. It's driven by fear. Don't get me wrong. There's certainly a lot of science involved in the vaccine debate, but what has motivated the fisticuffs over this issue has little to do with science and everything to do with fear. We are afraid of what might happen to our kids to the point of exhaustion. God's peace overcomes our deepest fears if we'll turn to Him for comfort.

grandmother-blog.com

August 24, 2016

Our GG (great grandmother, my mother) used to add Epsom salts to this grandma's bath when she was a child as a cure all. She told us it was a cure for so much handed down in her family in Europe.

We had Epsom salt baths sparingly, but GG luxuriated in her Epsom salt baths regularly and emerged refreshed and calm. She made us want such baths because she said they were special. Watching her and how she felt after her special bath made us want them more. As GG aged, she continued to be refreshed and relaxed in her Epsom salt baths, and whenever I complained of anything, that was her recommended cure.

dailysuperfoodlove.com

August 23, 2016

Can the benefits of cacao really supercharge your health? Well there is good news, with this powerful superfood that originated in the foothills of Andes known as raw cacao you can!

The benefits of cacao are truly fantastic: it can improve your memory, increase your bliss, reduce heart disease, shed fat, boost immunity, and create loads of energy. The Incas considered it the drink of gods, an association that gave rise to the scientific name of the cocoa tree, Theobroma cacao, from the Greek words theo (god) and broma (drink). It may surprise you to discover that raw cacao contains nearly four times the antioxidant content of regular processed dark chocolate, 20 times more than blueberries, and 119 times more than bananas.

universalfreepress.com

August 20, 2016

Officials of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Agency have closed over 180-miles of the Yellowstone River and hundreds of miles of other waterways. The move came following a massive fish die-off that saw thousands of fish killed.

Fishing guides and rafting operators who run businesses along the river said the move could be catastrophic to the area's sizable outdoor industry, which depends heavily on the busy summer season. One official said the closure could last for months if river conditions don't improve and fish keep dying. The closure extends to hundreds of miles of waterways that feed into the Yellowstone, including the Boulder, Shields and Stillwater rivers.

thesoftlanding.com

August 19, 2016

My friend Tamara, creator of MISLEAD: America's Secret Epidemic, posted the picture you see above on Facebook. She was excited to find a lunch bag that was officially PVC, phthalate and lead-free.

But the "ulra safe" and "worry-free" claims weren't completely justified. We still have one thing left to worry about: Microban. I don't like shedding a questionable light on products like this, because the manufacturer has gone the extra mile to make it safer. But it's more important to make informed decisions, right?

ksstradio.com

August 18, 2016

During this time of the year, the temperature changes create a challenge to fish populations living in ponds in our county. As a general rule, small ponds intensively managed for catfish are the most susceptible to die-off problems.

How do you determine the cause of a fish die-off? In most cases, asking the right questions will lead you to the cause or causes. A recent publication from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Wildlife Specialists enlists useful information needed to determine the cause of fish die off...

      
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