Calcium Supplement

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A recent study in New Zealand suggests that calcium supplements may increase the risk of heart attacks in older females. Here we go again… Let’s debunk this research (it’s so easy to do)… First of all, we are not told what type of calcium supplement was taken. Was it just calcium? This would be important […]

About the Circus of Life Blog

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My little rant at the beginning of my blog is taking up too much space, so I decided to turn it into a post – About the Circus of Life Blog. We are living at the circus in these United States of America, and possibly throughout the world. A circus of loose lipped media, not-so-worthy […]

Delegating Responsibility

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I have often wondered why people, especially people who are in business for themselves, actually HATE to hire other small business people. It seems that the average small business owner thinks that they can do it all. Well maybe they can, but can they do it as well as a professional in that field? Chances […]

Evolution Theory Mystery

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I look at the theory of evolution for mankind sort of like a made for TV movie that is fictionalized, but based on factual structure for the basic theme and outcome of the story. Why? Because we still have too many missing steps to conclude that man indeed is evolved from an ape-like creature. One […]

Global Warming in Alaska

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Polar bears are doomed to extinction in Alaska. Global warming is causing their demise. It’s too late to stop it but hopefully, we will still try. By the year 2050, government scientists predict that their population will be decreased by two thirds. That’s a moderate guess. The White House has no comment. “As the sea […]

Obesity

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Fat people are poor. Can you believe it? Now they’ve done a study to compare the obesity rate to the neighborhood you live in. Result? The most deprived neighborhoods had a rate of 30% obesity, while the rich neighborhoods only had a 5% rate of obesity. This distinction was more apparent in the south. So […]

Fat Virus

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Yep, you read it right. They have discovered that one of the reasons some people become obese is due to a virus. Lab tests showed that exposure to adenovirus-36 (Ad-36), which causes respiratory and eye infections, also causes stem cells to develop into fat cells. Ad-36 stimulates human adult stem cells to become pre-fat cells […]

Researchers Cite Health Risks

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Early to bed, early to risemakes a man healthy, wealthy and wise? Not so, according to a recent study which showed that those who rose early were at higher risk of cardiovascular diseases, including hypertension and stroke. This same study also concludes that sleep deprivation puts additional stress on the heart, also leading to cardiovascular […]

Young People Love God

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The AP released an article last night that covered the results of a poll which was taken back in April of this year, 2007. The majority of teens and young people ages 13 to 24 place God at a high priority for leading a happy life. Tolerance of other faiths was also impressive among America’s […]

Health Care in Canada

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FYI: Canada proudly has one of the highest life expectancies (about 80 years) and lowest infant mortality rates of industrialized countries, which many attribute to Canada’s health care system. Canada’s health care system is a group of socialized health insurance plans that provides coverage to all Canadian citizens. It is publicly funded and administered on […]

The Majority Rules

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Democracy – what does it mean? a : government by the people; especially : rule of the majority b : a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections. So why is it that […]