Archive for April, 2009
Scientists believe that people suffering from celiac disease stand to benefit from boosting their dietary intake of vitamins B.
Rather than unfreezing the credit markets, regulations that come with the deals will stifle business and perpetuate the crisis, according to some industry insiders.
Politicians gathered at the G20 summit in London have vowed to crack down on tax havens by introducing cross-border regulation.
All seniors need to be familiar with their body’s blood-clotting abilities. If our blood clots too fast or too slow, we could have a medical emergency. When it thickens, we may be unable to thin it soon enough to stop a heart attack or stroke. So it’s better to err on the side of thin blood. To thin your blood a doctor will suggest a prescription blood thinner—most of which have side effects… or are very expensive. But there are many natural and safe blood thinners that you can read about in this article…
American Issues Project (AIP) has added its voice to the growing chorus of criticism against President Obama’s proposed new budget.
As Illinois congressman Luis Gutierrez tours the country to promote illegal alien amnesty, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has issued a new statement reminding Americans of possible consequences of such a bill.
New research from UCLA scientists linking stress during teenage years to heart disease in adult life provides yet another lesson in the importance of stress control and management.
I guess it was inevitable that I’d be disappointed. I had looked forward to seeing the show for weeks. It was based on one of my favorite book series. It was filmed in an exotic locale and made to look as authentic as possible. Three of the best-known names in the entertainment industry (HBO, BBC, and the Weinstein brothers) had combined to produce it.
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has vowed to sue the mayor of Seattle if he goes ahead with his plan to ban legally-carried firearms from city property.