After abandoning Christians, powerful media corporations are now embracing Satanism
There's a concerted effort afoot to rebrand Satanism as a benevolent, all-faiths religious system marked by tolerance, diversity, and inclusion, as opposed to the ritualistic...
9 hours ago - Natural News
Florida lawmakers close to giving residential vegetables gardens a green light
One of the more bizarre powers of local government will likely end this week or next when the Florida House of Representatives votes to make vegetable gardening a right that...
20 hours ago - Food Safety
Are globalists FAKING a global Ebola pandemic to demand mandatory vaccines for everyone?
We've all seen this scenario before: The mainstream media drums up fear over an alleged disease pandemic for the purpose of scaring the public into accepting some new vaccine...
22 hours ago - Natural News
A deep learning tool for personalized workout recommendations from fitness tracking data
Computer scientists have developed FitRec, a recommendation tool powered by deep learning, that is able to better estimate runners' heart rates during a workout and predict and...
1 day ago - ScienceDaily
It's Not How Much You Can Lift but How Fast You Can Lift It
We constantly hear about the importance of building muscle strength and muscle size. No wonder! We lose muscle mass starting around age 30, and this loss accelerates in women...
2 days ago - Cathe Friedrich
Increased muscle power may prolong life
A first-of-its-kind study finds that increased muscle power, rather than muscle strength, can significantly prolong life for seniors.
2 days ago - Medical News Today
This Gymnast's Dance Moves Deserve All the Perfect 10s in the World
There's nothing quite like watching college gymnastics. You get to see crazy powerful women defy gravity in ways you never thought possible, and you can tell they're having...
3 days ago - PopSugar
The NIH Hopes a New Study in 4 States Can Cut Opioid Deaths by 40%. Here's How
The National Institutes of Health on Thursday announced an ambitious new study that's meant to reduce opioid-related deaths by 40% in communities that have been hardest-hit by...
4 days ago - Time - 2 articles
Somehow, Elmo Survived This Game of Thrones - Sesame Street Crossover
He's not looking for power. He's looking for respect and maybe some toast.
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Spinach: An easy and delicious way to reduce your risk of heart disease
Just about everyone is familiar with Popeye, the sailor who packs a spinach-powered punch. It's also a trick that parents have used for decades to convince their children to...
4 days ago - Natural News - 3 articles
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Gaming Doesn't Hamper Boys' Social Skills: Study
In contrast, the more time a girl spent gaming at age 10, the more social interaction difficulties she experienced by age 12.
These 3 CrossFit Moves Are Inspired by Gymnastics - and You Can Do Them at Home
CrossFit features exercises like ball slams, burpees , and lots of heavy lifting , but it has a major gymnastics component, too. Here's an easy example: handstands. Or...
Mexican study suggests potential prebiotic activity of mango peel
Mango peel may selectively boost the growth of beneficial bacteria, and open up opportunities to use the waste material as a prebiotic ingredient, suggests a new study from Mexico.
Inhale, don't chew: Smelling fattening foods can help reduce your cravings
Smelling fried chicken or french fries can tempt you into ordering a similarly fattening dish at a restaurant, which can make it hard to maintain a healthy weight. But...
World's first malaria vaccine could save 'tens of thousands of children's...
Some 360,000 vulnerable youngsters in Malawi, Kenya and Ghana will be immunised with the vaccine RTS,S every 12 months to help 'bring an end to this disease'.
Diabetes drug works better than diet and exercise at keeping weight off...
Participants were given either metformin, a placebo, or a healthy regime by researchers at Louisiana State University. Those in the metformin group were able to better sustain...
Most Americans spend more than 6 hours a day sat down - up from 5 hours a...
A new study from Washington University School of Medicine found that sitting time for adults rose from 5.5 hours per day to almost 6.5 hours and, for teenagers, it rose from 7...
U.S. Set to Break Measles Cases Record
Just a few months into the year, the United States is set to break an annual record for the number of measles cases.
FDA Approves First Device for Children With ADHD
The pocket-sized device is for use at home while a child is sleeping. It's connected by wire to a small patch placed on the child's forehead above the eyebrows, CNN reported.
Babies Still Dying Due to Unsafe Sleep Practices
While the rates of accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed are low, they're on the rise.