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Undercover Antifa video unveils coordinated plans to trap conservatives in "kill zones" to be stabbed and murdered by deranged Left-wing weirdos

(Natural News) A shocking new undercover video has surfaced, created by Steve Crowder, a radio host / comedian who went undercover for months to investigate the Antifa movement. The disturbing footage, shown below, reveals that Antifa is a domestic terrorist organization that’s secretly plotting stabbings and shootings while luring conservatives into “kill zones” to be executed...

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Have you gotten your yearly mammogram?

Over 220,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, making it one of the most common cancers in women. Getting a yearly mammogram is the best way to find breast cancer early.Mammograms are breast cancer screenings that can detect a lump up to 3 years before you or your doctor can feel it. This helps to detect breast cancer early, when it’s most treatable. All women between the ages of 50–74 should have a mammogram every 2 years—and Medicare covers mammograms at no cost if your doctor accepts assignment. Talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks and to schedule your next screening.October is Breast Cancer Awareness month—help fight breast cancer and get your yearly mammogram!
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Puerto Rico collapse now leading to total chaos... no food, no water, gang members robbing citizens at gunpoint

(Natural News) Chances are most Americans have seen some kind of science fiction movie about the end of the world once or twice in their life. But while Hollywood does a good job of keeping us on the edge of our seats at the movie theater, there really are people in this world who are...

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Universities are now rejecting all science research they deem to be "politically incorrect," no matter how good the science

(Natural News) This year is set to become the year where feelings take precedence over facts. Bath Spa University has drawn in a fair bit of attention over its decision to reject a proposal from one of its researchers, a psychotherapist named James Caspian. Apparently, performing a study on regret-driven, reverse-gender assignment surgery was a...

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Five countries have banned glyphosate in the wake of recent lawsuits

(Natural News) The Flemish government has joined the number of countries banning glyphosate, as reported by the Baum Hedlund. The prohibition on the use of glyphosate is not new in the country as the Belgian cities of Brussels and Wallonia have already issued their own laws regarding the individual use of the chemical. In addition...

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Agave fiber found to improve gut health, help maintain healthy weight

(Natural News) Supplementing with agave extract can lead to better gut health and even weight loss, claim the researchers behind a new study. Their findings, which have been published in Nutrients, suggested that agavins—a type of indigestible sugar derived from the agave plant—can balance out and diversify gut microbiota. For the purposes of their study,...

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Leftists declare COTTON to be "racist" and call for ban on cotton products, including underwear, jeans and T-shirts

(Natural News) The politically correct, political correctness of the insane Left continues to double, triple, and quadruple down on stupid, as now they claim that clothing made from cotton is (wait for it) racist. The Daily Caller reports that a Texas woman complained about a Hobby Lobby home decor item comprised of cotton, calling it...

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Genes that separate humans from fruit flies found

Genes which determine animal complexity -- or what makes humans so much more complex than a fruit fly or a sea urchin -- have been identified for the first time.

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New functions of hippocampus unveiled

A research team has made major breakthrough in unveiling the mysteries of the brain to reveal functions of an important region, hippocampus, not known to scientists before.

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Scientists develop broad-spectrum inhibitors of influenza virus

Artificial peptide molecules that neutralize a broad range of influenza virus strains have been developed by a team of researchers.

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Confronted with bacteria, infected cells die so others can live, study finds

In a new study, a team of researchers identified a 'back-up alarm' system in host cells that responds to a pathogen's attempt to subvert the immune system.

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Study ranks safety, effectiveness of cognitive enhancers for Alzheimer's

A new study ranking the safety and effectiveness of four drugs taken to enhance concentration, memory, alertness and moods, found that donepezil was most likely to effectively improve cognition in patients with Alzheimer's disease.

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Depressed & Suicidal Thoughts

I’m a 25yo male, i’ve been diagnosed with depression with suicidal thoughts more than one year ago and i’m still struggling with it, i’ve started receiving medical treatment since may 2016 now, during this period i’ve been prescribed with Dosulepin, Escitalopram, Fluvoxamine, and Sertraline respectively for one month for each but none of them affected me in a good way. And finalyi’ve been on Fluoxetine for 7 months now and still no any improvement at all. I’ve recently came across an article stating that depression can be caused by some hormonal deficiency so i’ve made a list of most related hormones to the problem and got blood tested for them and the results were as following:
TSH:2.23 uIU/ml. (Biological Reference: 0.3 – 4.8)
Testosterone Free: 17.0 pg/ml. (Biological Reference: 8.3 – 40.1)
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH): 2.6 mIU/ml. (Biological Reference: 1.5 – 12.4)
Luteinizing Hormone (LH): 7.1 mIU/ml. (Biological Reference: Adult: 1.7-8.6)
Prolactin: 14.0 ng/ml. (Biological…

Millions of Americans overburdened by Obamacare’s rate increases are about to socked again, but the LA TIMES says it’s TRUMP’s fault

(Natural News) Republicans’ failure to repeal and replace Obamacare like they promised to do for seven years means that tens of millions of Americans who are already financially crippled by premium increases and high deductibles as a result of the law will continue to be economically brutalized. And it’s about to get even worse. As...

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Baby foreskin being used to make vaccines

(Natural News) Warning: Some people may find the information in this article disturbing and the images graphic. Every year, some infants are circumcised. During this surgical procedure, part of the child’s protective penile tissue is removed. This tissue removed from his penis may be sold to companies and institutions seeking the rich human fibroblast cells and...

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Woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria after wading through flood waters in storm-ravaged Houston

(Natural News) Earlier this month we reported that as flood waters receded in storm-ravaged Texas and Florida from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma respectively the risk of contracting tissue-eating bacteria was much higher. And while that story dealt primarily with brain-eating bacteria, the danger that other micro-sized flesh consumers could emerge was laid out. It now...

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Just move: It doesn't matter what you do as long as you do something, according to international study

(Natural News) Meeting the recommended amount of exercise regardless of the activity undertaken may help improve the body’s overall well being, a study in The Lancet has revealed. According to researchers, physical activity of any kind may reduce the odds of suffering heart disease and subsequent death. Health experts at the Population Health Research Institute of McMaster University and Hamilton...

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Another reason to get your kid outside: Kids who play outdoors can SEE better, study finds

(Natural News) Encouraging children to spend more time playing outdoors may help them reduce the risk of developing various eye conditions such as nearsightedness or myopia, optometry experts told the Daily Mail online. Professors Karla Zadnik and Don Mutti of Ohio State University’s College of Optometry argued that easy access to technology — such as computers, video games,...

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Could evaporation provide power and conserve water supplies? Scientists are exploring how to harvest a new renewable energy source

(Natural News) Evaporation shows potential as another source of renewable energy and may one day be harnessed to power nearly three-quarters of the United States, a study in the Nature Communications journal has revealed. A team of researchers at the Columbia University has found that lakes and water reservoirs in the U.S. could generate as much as 325 gigawatts of power,...

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Sexual promiscuity on the rise among grandparents: STDs and HIV cases increasing among divorcees over 50

(Natural News) An increase in the number of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) cases among people over the age of 50 has led researchers to believe that this could be because of the surging sexual proclivity among the “silver splitters”. In a recent study that was conducted by researchers from the European Centre for Disease Prevention...

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New video by Global Cycling Network on YouTube

Primož Roglič's Bianchi Oltre XR4
Former ski jumper Primož Roglič, propelled this Bianchi Oltre up the final climb of the World Championships time trial taking the silver medal. Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Register your interest in the GCN Club: http://gcn.eu/p6 Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN shop! http://gcn.eu/p7 Frame and forks: Bianchi Oltre XR4 Wheels: Shimano Dura-Ace C40 Tyres: Vittoria Corsa Tubular Handlebars: FSA Extra Light Ergo Stem: FSA OS99 Seatpost: Bianchi Saddle: Selle San Marco Superleggera 108g Shifters: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9170 with sprint shifters Brakes: Shimano Dura-Ace Direct Mount Front Mech: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9170 Rear Mech: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9170 Chainset: Shimano Dura-Ace R9170 Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace Chainring size: 53-39 Powermeter: Pioneer Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 11-28 Bike weight: 7.1kg Saddle height: 71cm Reach: 54cm Bar width: 42cm Stem length: 120mm Crank length: 170mm Tyre width: 24mm Finishing touches: Bar tap…

New video by Global Mountain Bike Network on YouTube

The Icon Explore Articulated Mountain Trike | GMBN Pro Bikes
We've got something a little different for todays Pro Bike! Icon specialise in making custom wheelchairs and all kinds of machines to help disabled people who love the great outdoors explore the world around them. Christian Bagg, Icon's founder, has single handedly developed the incredible articulated system featured on this trike, the Icon Explore. This allows the two front wheels to move independently of each other, meaning this electric powered mountain trike can lean with terrain and explore the mountains with ease! Subscribe to GMBN: http://ift.tt/1HnIPRp Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! http://gmbn.eu/x0 Frame: 316 Stainless Steel Aerospace Grade Icon Explore frame Shock: A Fox Float for every wheel! Wheels: 20" trials wheels on Hope Pro4 hubs up front with a Surly Fatbike wheel w/ Salsa 170mm hub at the rear Tyres: Maxxis 20" Creepy Crawler Trials tyres up front with a Schwalbe Jumbo Jim fat…

Retrolisthesis: Types, causes, and symptoms

Retrolisthesis is an uncommon joint dysfunction. In this article, we look at the different types, most common causes, and most important symptoms.

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New video by Global Mountain Bike Network on YouTube

Trail Bike Vs Downhill Mountain Bike | The Challenges
What does it better? A Trail Bike or a Downhill Bike? Blake's come up with a series of challenges to find out! From cornering at speed to sprinting out of the blocks...this is the closest competition yet! Subscribe to GMBN: http://ift.tt/1HnIPRp Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! http://gmbn.eu/xe Trail (or Enduro) bikes are becoming more popular around the globe! The capabilities of these bikes when combined with modern, long, low and slack geometry, are pushing more and more into the region of a downhill bike...whilst still being able to go up hill! But when the going gets rough, can trail bikes really keep up? Lets find out under the stern eye of adjudicator Blake. If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gmbn.eu/x9 Watch more on GMBN... Watch DH Vs Freeride: http://ift.tt/2kWizb8 📹 Set up your DH bike for park! http://ift.tt/2x4Z81B 📹 Click here to buy …

Why Do Many College Students Ignore Learning Strategies?

Many college students don’t use self-regulated learning strategies (SRL), despite knowing they exist, according to a new study from Austria published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Psychology. The findings suggest that students may benefit from being offered specific training on how and when to use these strategies.SRL strategies help students maximize their academic potential and are considered essential for academic success by educational researchers.“SRL refers to evaluating, planning, and executing your own learning,” said Nora Foerst of the University of Vienna. “SRL includes many different learning strategies, such as planning your approach, structuring your learning content, rewarding yourself after accomplishing a goal or making realistic demands to avoid frustration.”The first year in university is often a difficult one. Living away from home, managing finances, and balancing socializing with classwork are all new challenges. Another important transition is learning …

Mixed Messages Can Undermine Behavior Change

Self-improvement recommendations to lose weight, quit smoking, or eat more fruits and vegetables can fall on deaf ears if the message is mixed, according to new research.When recommending multiple behavior changes, it’s more effective if the messages are framed along similar lines, according to a new paper from Dr. Dolores Albarracin, a professor of psychology at the University of Illinois.In other words, two actions or two inactions are more effective than a mix of positive and negative instructions.“What we found is that it’s better to combine them in a homogeneous way,” said Albarracin. “If you tell people to engage in two behaviors and the behaviors are a mix of actions and inactions, it’s likely that recipients will adhere less. It’s easier to frame the recommendations along the same axis of action or inaction. You don’t want to work against yourself or at cross-purposes with your message.”Trying to get people to increase both their intake of fruits and their volume of exercise “…

Acupuncture Shown to Ease Period Pain

Research from Australia and New Zealand has found that acupuncture significantly reduces period pain intensity, duration, and symptoms over time, with improvements being sustained up to a year after treatment.Primary dysmenorrhea (period pain) is the most common gynecological complaint in menstruating women, with up to four in five women suffering at some stage during their reproductive years.The study involved 74 women between the ages of 18 and 45 with suspected or confirmed primary dysmenorrhea and no known cause of secondary dysmenorrhea from Auckland and Wellington in New Zealand.Over half the women receiving acupuncture had a least a 50 percent reduction in their severity of period pain over the three months of treatment.The study, published in the international journal PLOS ONE, also shows a connection between both the treatment timing and frequency, with high frequency of treatment providing greater improvements in health-related quality of life, such as vitality, social funct…

Decreasing Attention Span & Focus

Hi. I’ve always had issues with attention and focus as a child, but I’ve never noticed it and managed to get myself throughout childhood and adolescence without much trouble or difficulty.However, in the past few years, and particularly the past couple of years, my ability to focus (on studying and other activities requiring sustained mental concentration) have been decreasing at an alarming rate.I feel that my mind is driven by a “motor” that constantly requires stimulation. I would sit down to study and my thoughts would immediately begin to wander. Suppressing those thoughts would be a near-impossible task for me. It has gotten to the point that I would take roughly twelve (or more) hours to read something that a typical individual could do so in less than forty-five minutes. I have to intentionally drain my cellphone/laptop battery so that they do not distract me, although even those measures fail to maintain my focus.Since the things I’m studying in school are memorization-heavy …

Loss of Smell Can Predict Cognitive Decline in Elderly

A long-term study of nearly 3,000 adults, aged 57 to 85, found that those who could not identify at least four out of five common odors were more than twice as likely to develop dementia within five years.Although 78 percent of those tested were normal — correctly identifying at least four out of five scents — about 14 percent could name just three out of five, five percent could identify only two scents, two percent could name just one, and one percent of the study subjects were not able to identify a single smell, according to researchers.Five years after the initial test, almost all of the study subjects who were unable to name a single scent had been diagnosed with dementia. Nearly 80 percent of those who provided only one or two correct answers also had dementia, the study found.“These results show that the sense of smell is closely connected with brain function and health,” said the study’s lead author, Jayant M. Pinto, M.D., a professor of surgery at the University of Chicago a…

Glioblastoma: A new treatment for this deadly brain tumor?

Researchers have discovered a protein that drives deadly glioblastoma brain tumors, but blocking its activity could halt their growth.

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How childhood trauma affects the brain

Researchers shed fresh light on how a history of abuse in childhood disrupts brain connectivity, leading to negative mental health outcomes.

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Mayo study shows drug slows stomach emptying, may individualize obesity treatment

ROCHESTER, Minn. ??Liraglutide injection, a prescription medication used to treat type-2 diabetes and obesity is associated with marked slowing of stomach emptying and is an effective weight loss therapy. These are the findings of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study by Mayo Clinic researchers published today in The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology. ?Our paper shows that [...]

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Snapchat users motivation, level of interest

The simplicity of the platform and brevity of posts are key factors in determining how students can become very regular users.

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Why public appeals may fall flat with some would-be donors

To give or not to give: sometimes the answer is in the question, researchers into human behavior and charitable giving have found. The study suggests that sometimes the 'ask' needs to suit the potential donors' sense of independence or interdependence.

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Physical abuse and punishment impact children's academic performance

Scientists have found that physical abuse was associated with decreases in children's cognitive performance, while non-abusive forms of physical punishment were independently associated with reduced school engagement and increased peer isolation.

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Zinc may help to prevent, treat esophageal cancer

Zinc can halt the growth of esophageal cancer cells by inhibiting overactive calcium signaling, according to the results of a new study.

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Smart molecules trigger white blood cells to become better cancer-eating machines

A team of researchers has engineered smart protein molecules that can reprogram white blood cells to ignore a self-defense signaling mechanism that cancer cells use to survive and spread in the body. Researchers say the advance could lead to a new method of re-engineering immune cells to fight cancer and infectious diseases. The team successfully tested this method in a live cell culture system.

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Central America 'kissing bug' carries two main subtypes of Chagas disease parasite

Trypanosoma cruzi, the parasite that causes Chagas disease, is divided into six strains, each of which differs in where they are found and in how important they are in human infections. Now, researchers have found that most T. cruzi parasites in Central America belong to just two of those strains.

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Immune system cells protect against CMV-induced hearing loss in mice

Immune system cells known as natural killer cells play an important protective role against hearing loss in mice infected with cytomegalovirus (CMV), according to a new study.

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I Just Want to Be Alone

From a teen in the U.S.: Lately (and right now) I’ve been having these moments where all I want to do is be alone and do nothing all day. I’m not necessarily sad unless somebody wants to do something with me or just talk which is sort of strange because I’m generally an open person. (For instance, if my family and friends all went on a week long vacation I would be a happy girl).However, I do notice a mood change that is significantly darker than before. These feelings usually stick with me for a couple days and whenever any of my friends want to do something, I really just don’t want to because I’d rather be by myself. It’s not that I don’t appreciate them (because I do), it’s just that in these moments the only thing that makes me happy is myself.During this time, I like to do things like go on Tumblr, watch Netflix, sing a little, sleep, and eat food. I’m usually too lazy to be up and doing stuff for more than 30 minutes at a time too. I’m starting to feel bad because these episode…

New regulator of liver metabolism discovered

Researchers have identified an enzyme that has a major effect on glucose utilization in liver cells. The enzyme, retinol saturase, helps these cells adapt to variations in glucose levels. However, when glucose levels are consistently too high, retinol saturase appears to exert a damaging effect on cells.

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Video gamers have an advantage in learning

Neuropsychologists let video gamers compete against non-gamers in a learning competition. During the test, the video gamers performed significantly better and showed an increased brain activity in the brain areas that are relevant for learning.

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New mouse model replicates an underlying cause of intellectual disability

Researchers have developed the first mice that lack the Upf3b gene, providing a new model for studying its underlying role in intellectual disabilities and neurodevelopmental disorders.

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Prepping saves lives: Life is hell in Puerto Rico as food, water remains “scarce” and power is nearly nonexistent

(Natural News) If ever there was a real-life example of why being independently prepared to handle any long-term emergency or crisis, it’s Puerto Rico. It’s been a week since Hurricane Maria ravaged the Caribbean Island nation, and while some help is arriving, “most food stores and restaurants remain closed,” The Associated Press reported, largely because...

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Forbes.com exposed as a Monsanto propaganda rag after caught publishing Henry Miller "editorial" that was actually ghostwritten by Monsanto

(Natural News) Newly uncovered documents that the Baum, Hedlund, Aristei, and Goldman law firm has dubbed the “Monsanto Papers” reveal yet again the dirty lengths to which the world’s most evil corporation is willing to go to protect the reputation of its beloved Roundup herbicide. As recently reported by CBS News in San Francisco, it...

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Dr. Steven Greer interviewed by the Health Ranger on alien attack FALSE FLAG (The Disclosure Project)

(Natural News) An upcoming interview to be published next week on Natural News features Dr. Steven Greer in a face-to-face interview with Mike Adams (the Health Ranger). Dr. Greer is an emergency room physician who has spent decades researching UFO phenomena. His new film, “Unacknowledged,” is currently one of the most popular feature documentaries on...

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New video by Global Mountain Bike Network on YouTube

What Type of Riding Do You Find More Impressive? | Dirt Shed Show Ep. 134
After watching the madness that is Red Bull Hardline last weekend it got us thinking... What is the most impressive discipline of Mountain biking? Is it Downhill? Cross Country? Freeride? Let us know what you think in the comments! Subscribe to GMBN: http://ift.tt/1HnIPRp Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! http://gmbn.eu/xi We've got some tech from Doddy, the Neil with News Donoghue and some cracking viewer edits. And of course we've got all your favourites like Fails and Bails, Bike Vault, First Try Friday and the Progression Session! Happy Friday....It's the Dirt Shed Show! If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gmbn.eu/xj Watch more on GMBN... Martyn Rides Whistler: http://ift.tt/2fP3BQ4 📹 How BIG is Hardline? http://ift.tt/2k8jshj 📹 Click here to buy GMBN T-shirts, hoodies and more: http://ift.tt/2ctJaGY The Global Mountain…

New video by Global Cycling Network on YouTube

GCN Rides The Haute Route Alps
Thanks to the Haute Route for inviting us to ride this year's Haute Route Alps. All opinions are the presenter's own. Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Register your interest in the GCN Club: http://gcn.eu/pb Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN shop! http://gcn.eu/pc Join John “Chocolate Voice” Beavan as he tackles arguably the toughest amateur cycling event in the world, the Haute Route Alps. Over 7 days, and more than 22,200m of elevation on some of the most iconic climbs in cycling, John battled his way from Nice to Geneva. Along the way he met some amazing people fostering the unique sense of community that surrounds the Haute Route. This will make you want to get out on your bike and ride! If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gcn.eu/pd Watch more on GCN... Preparing for a multi-stage event http://gcn.eu/PrepMS 📹 4 best ways to train for long climbs http://gcn.eu/Cl…

Google partners with psychiatric drug front group to push mental illness "self diagnosis" tool that will generate more profits for Big Pharma

(Natural News) Pharmaceutical companies are becoming increasingly greedy and conniving when it comes to recruiting new victims for their drug offerings, as evidenced by a new online tool being released by search engine giant Google. Known as “Dr. Google,” the deceptive program is the brainchild of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), a pro-psychiatric...

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Breakthrough science study confirms that probiotics can improve depression symptoms

(Natural News) Probiotics have a reputation for being a boon to gut health, but it may also have unexpected positive effects on mental health, according to new research. A study published in the medical journal Gastroenterology suggested that probiotics may be helpful in improving symptoms in patients with depression, ScienceDaily.com reported. For the study, researchers focused on 44...

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5 Everyday items you can use to protect yourself in a dangerous situation

(Natural News) There is no denying that the world around us is becoming more dangerous with each passing day. This has prompted many to arm themselves or to take self-defense classes. However, there are many more who are either opposed to the idea of carrying a weapon or who haven’t taken the time to learn...

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Female ELK becoming super smart, learning how to avoid hunters using stealth tactics that defy humans

(Natural News) We’ve all seen those photos of hunters proudly parading their latest trophy kill with a smug look of satisfaction on their face, but there is one animal you’re less likely to see in these stomach-churning photos: Female elk. The reason for this may surprise you: it turns out that female elk have actually...

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5 Questions to ask before buying sunglasses

(Natural News) The outdoor grills aren’t the only things heating up as barbecue season goes into full swing. A brighter, hotter sun has come with summer, signaling all to bring out their sun hats and sunglasses. But are your sunglasses doing the job of protecting your eyes from the glare of the sun? When it...

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Protein that could improve symptoms and reduce mortality in flu

Flu season is on its way, and a new report has identified an innovative strategy for battling this deadly illness.

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Disease resistance successfully spread from modified to wild mosquitoes

Using genetically modified mosquitoes to reduce or prevent the spread of disease is a rapidly expanding field of investigation. One challenge is ensuring that GM mosquitoes can mate with their wild counterparts so the desired modification is spread in the wild population. Investigators have engineered mosquitoes with an altered microbiota that suppresses human malaria-causing parasites. These GM mosquitoes preferred to mate with wild mosquitoes and passed the desired protection to offspring.

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