Archive for April, 2009
A combination of vitamins may be useful for the prevention of hydrocephalus, a new study has found.
For thousands of years, salt has been considered an irreplaceable component of the human diet. But starting almost 30 years ago, government-sponsored research labeled salt as a bad guy—contributing to high blood pressure, strokes and heart attacks. But an independent review now shows these conclusions to be false. Find out the real facts about salt when you read this article…
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against Attorney General Eric Holder in connection with his move to enforce the federal law against firearm purchases by non-resident American citizens.
Spring marks the height of the tornado season, and it is important to know key facts about tornado survival.
Scientists have announced they will unveil a more accurate set of standards for measuring vitamin D levels in blood later this year.
By the admission of White House staffers, the administration’s climate proposal could cost industry up to $2 trillion, and the Senate has just blocked the efforts to put climate-change legislation on a fast track.
Today, people lead stressful lives, and it is easy to simply reach for pills when symptoms become difficult to control. However, there many natural and efficient techniques that can make a big difference.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced it will offer leniency to Americans who come forward with assets invested in offshore accounts.
The materialistic-instant gratification-pop culture mentality of many people today is truly astonishing. If they see it they want it… now. What’s important? Who is the next to leave on American Idol, who is kicked off the island in Survivor, what is my favorite actor up to today? They don’t know what’s important. To find what is truly important, read this article…