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  1. Re: Fishless Fish? Impossible Foods Is Developing Fake Seafood For Vegetarians

    From Organic Consumers:
  2. Re: How to Make Sense of Your Cholesterol Levels Infographic

    But how do you know where they should be? I am finding the whole cholesterol debate rather confusing - everyone's cholesterol seems to be at a different level. Who decided what is the 'right' level?
  3. Re: Fishless Fish? Impossible Foods Is Developing Fake Seafood For Vegetarians

    Maurya and Mr Wiz, I agree, but there have been 'meatless meat' products on the market for several years now, long before the Impossible Burger. They don't appeal to me, but vegan and vegetarian...
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    Dying Man's Last Note

    Ol' Fred was in the hospital, badly ill. The family called his personal physician and best friend to stand with them. As his best friend stood next to the bed, Ol' Fred's condition appeared to...
  5. Antibiotics And Bowel Cancer: Study Finds Link

    Tim Newman
    No date

    A recent study looking for a link between antibiotics and cancer risk uncovers a complex relationship. The researchers conclude that there is an association between...
  6. Re: Fishless Fish? Impossible Foods Is Developing Fake Seafood For Vegetarians

    There are many people who like eating meat but dislike the way it is raised and feel uncomfortable about killing animals. So this is a compromise for their conscience. Fake meat is also attractive...
  7. Rye The Healthiest Gluten That Protects Against Diabetes

    Bryan Hubbard
    August 16 2019

    If you can tolerate gluten, rye is one of the healthiest to eat, especially for helping maintain 'good' gut bacteria. Rye sourdough—used for...
  8. Re: Trump Says He Has Made Deal to Add Hawaii as Fiftieth State

    Sounds all too true!
  9. Re: Monash University Study Finds Way To Disarm Dangerous Bacteria

    I keep an eye out for positive news, but it can be hard to find.
  10. Monash University Study Finds Way To Disarm Dangerous Bacteria

    No author
    August 13 2019

    In Australia, more than 10,000 patients a year acquire a serious bacterial infection called Clostridioides difficile, often while in hospital, resulting in the death of...
  11. Re: Trains deliver water to drought-affected NSW coal mines to keep production going

    In Australia, on larger blocks, we have rainwater tanks. There are also smaller, 'slimline' tanks that fit in smaller spaces for suburban houses. Big enough for drinking water, but not enough to use...
  12. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    "Trump asked a room fool of advisers," Was this deliberate?
  13. Vitamin A Helps Protect Against Skin Cancer

    Bryan Hubbard
    August 15 2019

    Eating a diet rich in vitamin A—or taking the supplements—protects you against skin cancer. People who do eat plenty of fruit and vegetables, or...
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    Good News, Bad News

    A New York attorney representing a wealthy art collector called his client. He says, "John, I have some good news and some bad news."
    The art collector replied, "I've had an awful day; let's hear...
  15. High Radiation CT Scans For Pregnant Women Quadruple In 20 Years

    Bryan Hubbard
    August 9 2019

    Pregnant women today are getting four times the number of powerful imaging scans a mum-to-be was getting 20 years ago—exposing her and the growing fetus to ...
  16. Justice For Palm Oil Workers Forced Into Modern Day slavery

    No author
    No date

    Protect workers being trafficked, beaten, and forced to work for free on palm oil plantations linked to Procter & Gamble — maker of Pantene, Olay, and Gillette.

    Sign the...
  17. Re: Lions Mane Mushroom - Unparalled Benefits Your Brain And Nervous System

    Oops. I read it as 250g! Must be more careful.
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    Feverfew Compound Killing Leukaemia

    Bryan Hubbard
    August 12 2019

    Feverfew—the common garden plant that combats migraine and arthritic pain—also contains a compound that kills leukaemia, usually considered a chronic and incurable...
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    Russian Workers

    Three Russian men are talking in the Gulag.

    One of them asks the two others: "So what did you do?"

    The first one answers: "Well, I arrived late at the factory, and so they accused me of slowing...
  20. UK Goverment Panel Sticks To Ancient Outdated Low Fat Guidelines

    anh international
    August 8 2019

    Incompetent advice on fats in butter, cheese and meat destined to damage health outcomes for many

    It’s taken the UK’s Scientific Advisory Committee on...
  21. Vitamin D Supplements Help Diabetics Control Sugar Levels

    Bryan Hubbard
    August 8 2019

    Taking vitamin D supplements can slow the progress of type 2 diabetes—and possibly even reverse prediabetes, the precursor of the disease.
    High ...
  22. Re: Lions Mane Mushroom - Unparalled Benefits Your Brain And Nervous System

    " 250 mg powdered lion’s mane three times a day for 16 weeks" That's an awful lot of mushrooms, over one and a half pounds a day!. And that's dried, not fresh.
  23. Lions Mane Mushroom - Unparalled Benefits Your Brain And Nervous System

    Valerie Burke
    July 31 2019

    Lion’s Mane is nature’s gift to your nervous system! It’s the only mushroom possessing not one but TWO potent nerve growth factors, showing potential benefits for...
  24. Re: In A 1st, Doctors In U.S. Use CRISPR Tool To Treat Patient With Genetic Disorder

    "Many people with sickle cell disease don't live past their 40s." So what did she have to lose? Reading the article, the doctors seem to be acting cautiously, which is not always the case.
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    Re: Naughty but funny

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