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ACTION ALERT! Global Leaders: Save Women and Children!
Health & Wellness  (tags: women, pregnancy, childbirth, malnutrition, health services, New York, deaths, millions, inadequate )

Doing GCS
- 2810 days ago -
Millions of women and children die during pregnancy or childbirth because of malnutrition and inadequate health services. Our leaders meet in New York in a few days, so let's build a global outcry against needless deaths. Sign the petition now!
Every Day Counts Petition
Health & Wellness  (tags: Ovarian Cancer, Teal, women, girls, cancer, disease, death )

- 2819 days ago -
Ovarian cancer is the deadliest of all gynecologic cancers, killing more women than all other gynecologic cancers combined. Every female is at risk (even those who have had their ovaries removed).
The Electric Potato: How Zapping a Spud 'Could Make It a Healthy Food'
Health & Wellness  (tags: Vegetables, electric shock, health, science, research )

- 2828 days ago -
Giving the vegetable an electric shock makes it more nutritious, they found. The electricity tricked potatoes into producing a rush of antioxidants credited with keeping the body and brain healthy, a conference heard last night.
ACTION ALERT!: Protect Communities From Toxic Coal Ash
Health & Wellness  (tags: coal, ash, dumps, hazardous, arsenic, lead, drinking, water, EPA,, cancer, disabilities, birth defects )

Doing GCS
- 2830 days ago -
Across the country, hazardous materials like arsenic and lead from more than 2,000 coal ash dumps are seeping into drinking water. But the coal industry is fighting hard - without strong public outcry, nothing will change. Sign now to protect your health!
How to Prevent a Sore Throat From Progressing to a Cold
Health & Wellness  (tags: cold, throat, sore throat, salt water, gargle )

- 3724 days ago -
Before I share a great little tip on how to stop a sore throat from progressing into a week-long cold, please know that periodically experiencing a cold or the flu can actually be helpful to your health.
Smoking Can Cause Blindness
Health & Wellness  (tags: warning, smoking, research, risks, study, health )

Doing GCS
- 2942 days ago -
Smokers are up to four times more likely to go blind in old age, according to research. This effect of smoking needs more publicity as most people are terrified of losing their sight.
Doctor Gets Court Order to Confine Pregnant Woman Against Her Will
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, babies, death, health, women, treatment, pregnant, court order, doctor, ACLU, constitutional rights, miscarriage, government )

- 3046 days ago -
With issues like the Stupak Amendment and Nevada's Personhood Initiative in the national spotlight, I am aware that a woman's right to choose whether or not to carry a fetus to full-term is under attack.
Thousands of Americans Died From H1N1 Even After Receiving Vaccine Shots
Health & Wellness  (tags: swine flu vaccine, deaths, illness, interesting, health )

- 3046 days ago -
The CDC is engaged in a very clever, statistically devious spin campaign, and nearly every journalist in the mainstream media has fallen for its ploy. No one has yet reported what I'm about to reveal here
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