Archive for April, 2009
At the Summit of the Americas, representatives of Caribbean countries have called on America and Britain not to threaten their financial services industry during difficult economic times.
According to a University of Pittsburgh researcher, the typical Western diet – rich in meat and fats and low in complex carbohydrates -increases the risk of colon cancer.
The fat epidemic in America is going from bad to worse. As our American diet goes—so goes obesity. And fructose corn syrup is a cheap filler that is in most of our processed foods—but it is dangerous to our health. So there is a definite connection between gaining weight and getting sick. As a matter of fact, my study shows that obesity and overweight is related to every documented illness. Find out how fat causes destructive inflammation—and what you can do about it—when you read this article…
On the heels of devastating floods which hit North Dakota last month, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) has issued safety recommendations to residents who live in areas prone to flash flooding.
The Justice Department has asked a federal court to allow the IRS to obtain information about taxpayers who use offshore accounts, and Swiss banks have announced they will be scaling down their discreet banking services.
According to a new study, chronic pain may be associated with inadequate levels of vitamin D.
According to the April issue of the Journal of Nutrition, soy products play an important role in promoting heart and bone health.
As violence in Mexico increases a growing enterprise in Mexico—kidnappings—is spilling over the border in the United States. Read this article to see the Obama administration’s latest idea to help Mexico curb the violence…
The Department of Justice released four previously undisclosed Office of Legal Counsel opinions yesterday that were issued to the CIA in 2002 and 2005 to guide the treatment of prisoners apprehended in connection with the war on terrorism.