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Woman Takes 50 CVS Homeopathic Sleeping Pills To Prove They're Fake (Video)
Health & Wellness  (tags: )

Rebecca
- 8 hours ago - elitedaily.com
The word homeopathic may sound healthy, but what it really seems to mean when attached to a drug is that the product doesn't contain any real medicine.
Shugden Followers Go Online in Their Battle Against Dalai Lama
World  (tags: Tibet, China, Dalai Lama, Shugden, Dolgyal, sect )

Roger
- 11 hours ago - hindustantimes.com
Followers of Dorje Shugden have now taken the battle against the Tibetan spiritual leader and the government-in-exile to the social networking sites. Dorje Shugden, referred to as 'Dolgyal' or 'demon king', is an ancient Tibetan deity denounced by the Dal
TELL HULU: STOP ANTI-CHOICE CENSORSHIP!
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: abortion, NARAL, Hulu, ads, censorship, petitions )

Freya
- 14 hours ago - prochoiceamerica.org
Hulu has rejected (twice!) an ad that educates voters about an anti-abortion ballot measure in Colorado because they say it's "political" and "controversial." But Hulu airs political ads all the time. It's outrageous that they're singling out one about..
The Plus Size Fashion Industry Needs a Facelift....Models Size 12---16????
Society & Culture  (tags: culture, dishonesty, environment, ethics, internet, interesting, humans, sadness, society, women, world, tv )

Susan
- 12 hours ago - yahoo.com
Plus size is finally getting the attention it rightly deserves. Recently, fashion weeks around the world have featured women of all proportions and popular retailers have started selling more sizes. But according to one fashion insider, the inclusiv
A Polar Bear Might Keep The Measles Away, But Shots Work Better
Health & Wellness  (tags: Measles, Vaccines, #VaccinesWork, Immunization, Childrens book, US, Outbreak )

Brian
- 3 hours ago - npr.org
"Measles cases spiked in the United States this year, with 594 cases and 18 outbreaks, the highest number since 2000. They were caused by people traveling to the U.S. and infecting people who hadn't had measles shots."
First Patient Receives Stem Cell Treatment for Degenerative Eye Disease
Health & Wellness  (tags: Eye Disease, Degenerative Eye Disease, Stem Cell Treatment, Biotechnology, Experimental Phase, Human Trials, Japan )

Brian
- 8 hours ago - singularityhub.com
"Human trials for the use of stem cells in treating degenerative eye disease have received the green light from an oversight committee in Japan after they agreed that the proposed treatment is safe."
National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality: OCTOBER 22
Society & Culture  (tags: National Day of Protest Against Police B, Uncle Bobby, Stop Police Terror, End Mass Incarceration, October 22 )

Dandelion
- 17 hours ago - worldcantwait.net
Stand up! Walk out! No business as usual! STOP police brutality! Find a protest in a city near you with the link in this website. Too many stories are surfacing of the police killing citizens, on the street, in their home, young and old, this needs to end
Are We There Yet? Scientists Prepare for Change of Epoch
Science & Tech  (tags: Anthropocene, Human Impact, Environment, Epochs, International Geological Congress )

Brian
- 13 hours ago - morningticker.com
"Scientists from around the world met this week to decide whether to call time on the Holocene epoch after 11,700 years and begin a new geological age called the Anthropocene - to reflect humankind's deep impact on the planet."
Pakistan Accounts for 80% of Polio Cases: WHO
World  (tags: Pakistan, Polio, Health Crisis, Polio Eradication, #EndPolioNow, endpolio.org )

Brian
- 17 hours ago - timesofindia.indiatimes.com
"The 10th meeting of the Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) held in London recently concluded that the goal of stopping global polio transmission by the end of 2014 will be missed because of..."
 
 
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