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  1. The Tree That Could Help Stop the Pandemic

    Brendan Borrell
    October 21, 2020



    In early April, Paul Hiley was kicking back in the executive suite at...
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    Re: What is Vinegar Made Of?

    I read the label: "White distilled vinegar produced with 5% grain and distilled to 5% acid. Made with genetically engineered ingredients."

    Fortunately, I don't use this for food but at least it...
  3. Re: COVID-19 Can Survive on Chilled & Frozen Salmon, Chicken, & Pork for 3 Weeks: Stu

    Well this is disturbing, especially since pertinent information is omitted. For instance, can a person be infected by eating contaminated meat? And does cooking eliminate the virus?

    Another...
  4. Re: Disassembling a whole pineapple without tools or implements

    Awesomesauce! Thanks for sharing that, Grulla! I will never be intimidated by a pineapple again!
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    Re: Homemade Oven Cleaner

    Thanks for being ahead of the curve once again, Mr. Wizard!
  6. Re: 6 Natural Ibuprofen Alternatives Backed by Clinical Research

    Three of the six flags were for the discomfort of dysmeorrhea, which I never had when I was of an age to do so. A fourth was topical, and the fifth and sixth, while I use them regularly, have never...
  7. Food Bill in New Zealand Takes Away Human Right to Grow Food

    For any member or guest who insists on reading this article, I'll post the link below. Please note that this comes from Sayer Ji's GreenMedInfo. It sounds preposterous, and so I contacted one of my...
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    Re: Homemade Oven Cleaner

    Time to try this. BTW, I have organic apple cider vinegar, but for cleaning purposes, plain white vinegar will do. I don't think my floors or my oven will complain if they aren't scrubbed with...
  9. Is Long-Haul Coronavirus Really Something Else?

    JAMIE DUCHARME
    Friday, October 16, 2020

    In August, I wrote about a condition called “long-haul” coronavirus. I spoke to several young, healthy people who’d gotten COVID-19 and had yet to...
  10. Possible new organ in the human throat discovered by Dutch scientists

    Katie Hunt and Kristen Rogers
    October 21, 2020

    (CNN)It's hard to imagine there is a part of the human body that's gone unnoticed by doctors after centuries of medical research.
    But that's...
  11. Re: Insulin in U.S. Costs Up to 10 Times More Than in Other Wealthy Countries

    I don't understand why I keep seeing these statistics, when insulin can be bought anywhere in the US for $30-$35. I made a point of verifying this with a commercial pharmacy (Walgreen's, Rite Aid) as...
  12. Re: Pho Recipe -- A Gut-Friendly Vietnamese Soup

    I have eaten the famous pho in a genuine Vietnamese restaurant and I do not like it. It must have something to do with the cilantro, because everyone I know who has tried it has raved about it.
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    Re: Homemade Oven Cleaner

    Link works fine for me. Grulla, are you doing anything different other than simply clicking on the link from this page?
  14. Re: Europe's Pro-Organic Farm to Fork Policy Will Cripple an Already Inefficient Syst

    This is a hand-wringing story. Why can't these groups talk to each other? After all, they're all working toward the same goal.
  15. Re: Raisins: No. 1 on the Dirty Dozen List?

    Yikes! I posted this one to Facebook, directed especially at parents. I have a box of raisins in the house but I don't use them frequently. I won't throw them out but when the box is empty, they're...
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    Re: Oneness VS the 1%

    I admit to admiring Vandana Shiva. However, the recent heavy politicizing of Dr. Mercola's site makes me reluctant to include any further references to it here.
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    Re: Supplement Doomsday Coming?

    Did this from my inbox!
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    Re: The Hostage Joke

    I think I can relate to the jazz lover!
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    Re: Note to all: time pressures

    Follow-up to the above:
    After a brief interval of relative peace and leisure, I am in back in the crunch again. In another day or two I should be finished the harvest. I still have beets to can and...
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    Re: Where Was Jesus Born?

    When I first heard that joke, the venue was Washington DC. :D
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    Re: The Toll of Stress on Your Immune System

    Your granny was a wise woman. Funny, that reminded me of a similar adage I posted on the wall of the group home where I worked. It was a locked secure facility for troubled, addicted adolescents. The...
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    Re: 9 Unexpected Diabetes Triggers

    I can identify two causes for my type two diabetes: one was becoming increasingly sedentary after retirement, and the second was quitting smoking after 50 years of a pack a day. Combine these and you...
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    Re: Why You Should Eat More Ginger

    Well, sometimes I mess it up before I can fix it but then I saw where it had gone wrong. BTW, when you first post an item there is a little box in the band of tools above the window where you can add...
  24. Re: Coronavirus: Remdesivir Is No Miracle Cure

    Interesting. I was poised to post a similar article; here is an excerpt:

    "(CNN)In a study it described as both conclusive and disappointing, the World Health Organization said the antiviral...
  25. Re: Dueling Cat and Dog? Pheromones to the Rescue

    When I brought home a rescued German Shepherd to my three cats, each one reacted differently. My gray tabby, another rescue, accepted the dog immediately. My calico was completely standoffish but...
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