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7 ways to stop aging in its tracks

Stay young naturally

While being healthy overall is a goal for many, people also strive to keep a young appearance as they age. Fortunately, there are some great natural ways to slow or even reverse the aging process. Simply consuming or supplementing with turmeric/curcumin could be as beneficial as exercise in slowing aging, for example, while …

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NSA stores data to target any citizen at any time – Greenwald

nsa 2013 1984 sign

[youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9hh8vm4qAk[/youtube]   The current revelations on the NSA’s spying are just the tip of the iceberg and affect “almost every country in the world,” said Glenn Greenwald. He stressed the NSA stores data for “as long as it can,” so they can target a citizen whenever they want. …

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Thousands of Israelis protest against austerity measures

Tel Aviv protest

Thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets to protest against Tel Aviv’s austerity measures and to demand social justice. The demonstrators, who were angry with the high cost of living, blocked Ayalon Freeway in Tel Aviv late on Saturday. They chanted slogans against Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and …

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Homeschooling growing seven times faster than public school enrollment

homeschooling

As dissatisfaction with the U.S. public school system grows, apparently so has the appeal of homeschooling. Educational researchers, in fact, are expecting a surge in the number of students educated at home by their parents over the next ten years, as more parents reject public schools. A recent report in Education News states that, …

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Palestinians tell war criminal Obama ‘You‘re not welcome here‘

Palestinians protest Obama

On Tuesday, the night before President Obama’s arrival in Israel, around 200 Palestinians gathered in Ramallah to send him a clear message: they don’t want him here. Demonstrator Hazem Kawasmi carried a sign that said “Obama, you’re not welcome here.” He said the US’ close ties with Israel mean they are complicit in the …

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Graham Hancock calls out TED’s blatant censorship

Graham Hancock War on Consciousness TED

Via Graham Hancock’s facebook feed: In attempt to brush up their severely tarnished image after censoring my presentation “The War on Consciousness” from the TEDx website today (on the grounds that I was “unscientific”) and also censoring the presentation “The Science Delusion” by my colleague Rupert Sheldrake for the same reason, TED have now rushed …

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Assange officially applies for the Australian Senate elections

Julian Assange senate

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has submitted his application to the Australian Electoral Commission. This is the first step in his attempt to become an Australian senator in September 2013 elections in Victoria state. The electoral enrolment application was handed to the Australian Electoral Commission in Melbourne on behalf of Assange …

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CoQ10 helps heal neurodegenerative disease

coenzyme q10 chemical structure

Most of us know the value of CoQ10 for heart health. Now a recent case report has demonstrated that CoQ10 may be of value for reversing even extreme neurodegenerative diseases. This case report involved a 75-year-old with what is considered one of the most irreversible progressive neurodegenerative diseases known: amyotrophic …

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US sets records with number of drone strikes in Afghanistan this year

Reaper Hellfire Drone Afghanistan

The United States has carried out more drone strikes this year in Afghanistan than it has during its eight-year-long air war in Pakistan, launching 447 strikes and killing thousands while also reducing its air surveillance. At a time when the US is transitioning military power to the Afghan government and …

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Echelon spy network secrets to be revealed in Megaupload copyright case

Echelon

There was a lot of buzz a decade or so ago about Echelon, an international electronic surveillance network said to link the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia and New Zealand. A flurry of stories covered the connections among the five countries, speculation about the network’s capabilities, and rumors about Echelon’s targets …

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Detroit to go bankrupt in less than a month

Motor City Industrial Park

The city of Detroit, facing a serious cash crisis, is set to go bankrupt by the end of this year and would put city workers on furlough unless it strikes a deal with the city council that would bring in $30 million before Dec. 14. Detroit has been in financial …

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UK Queen in hideout over pedophile Jimmy Savile; why?

Queen Elizabeth II

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II who recently raised public outcry for stepping out of her constitutional limits and intervening in a high-profile extradition case, is now keeping a low profile in a scandal in which she has been directly involved. Back in September, it emerged that the Queen privately lobbied a …

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Citrus fruit and green tea combination amplifies cancer protection

Citrus green tea

A study carried out in Japan has once again shown the cancer-fighting properties of citrus fruit.  The study found that those who were eating the fruit had significantly lower risk of getting a number of cancers, but this was also true of green tea consumers. Interestingly and more importantly, daily citrus …

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Genetically modified mosquitoes released in the millions with no risk assessment

Genetically modified mosquitoes

In case you didn’t know, genetically modified mosquitoes have been unleashed numerous times on planet Earth. Thus far, millions mosquitoes were released in various locations; Cayman Islands, Malaysia, and Brazil. Now, the GM mosquito creator Oxitec may release millions of genetically modified mosquitoes in the fields of crops, including olives, citrus fruits, …

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Thousands of Spanish students march for third day against cuts

Thousands of students have taken to the streets of Madrid in the third and final day of protests organized by the Spanish Student’s Union against education spending cuts. The demonstrators marched from Atocha Square to the heart of Madrid’s historic center on Puerta del Sol Square on Thursday. Many wore …

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Switzerland prepares for mass civil unrest in Europe

Fears over race wars, economic fallout prompt new military battalions. Despite being one of the most stable and economically vibrant countries in the world, primarily as a result of its refusal to join the Euro, Switzerland is preparing for mass civil unrest in central Europe that could spill over its …

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Big Pharma pushes doctors to overprescribe drugs, study finds

Big Pharma profit

Know anyone taking prescription drugs? The odds are enormous you do. And it’s likely they are taking drugs they don’t need because their doctors are too quick to fall under the influence of Big Pharma’s aggressive drug sales reps. Consider these statistics: almost half of all Americans are currently diagnosed with …

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