Archive for July, 2009
Alaska governor Sarah Palin officially resigned on Sunday, offering few clues as to her political future but scolding media for "making things up" and the liberal elites for attempts to restrict access to guns.
As the battle over healthcare reform heats up, two influential congressmen appeared on a Sunday talk show to call for cooperation and compromise.
The Food and Drug Administration recently revealed that devices that were meant to be safe alternatives to smoking may be harmful to a user’s health.
In the scorching Nevada heat a battle is taking place that pits, essentially, three enormous dragons against a mouse. It’s the case of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) vs. Robert Kahre, and its outcome could have an enormous impact on our nation’s money. Read this article to learn about this case and its possible ramifications…
Gun owners will not be allowed to cross state lines with concealed weapons as the Senate voted against this proposed amendment. The proposal was rejected by a thin margin after a 58-39 vote, with 20 Democrats registering their disapproval of the measure.
President Obama is adamant that Congress embrace his healthcare reform proposals and continues to work to push the issue forward.
Harvard professor Henry Gates was allegedly the victim of police harassment as he tried to force his way back into his own home in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
More often, people stir honey into tea, use it to make desserts such as baklava and sometimes even spread it on toast. Now a new paper reveals that one kind of honey may be used as a novel first aid treatment.
C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is part of the body’s basic emergency response system in which the liver produces concentrations of protein during times of severe inflammation. While inflammation is a normal response of the body to disease, injury or infections, an overzealous inflammatory response can do more harm than good—and lead to inflammatory diseases. So everyone should get a C-Reactive Protein test CRP, which predicts future heart disease and strokes! Read more on how you could be a walking time bomb—and what you can do about it…
Some use aloe vera to ease the pain on sunburn while others apply it to small abrasions or minor burns for skin pain and irritation relief. Now, new research shows that aloe vera can also help keep teeth and gums healthy.