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Archive for November, 2009

Study: Exhaustive Physical Exercise May Increase Infertility In Women

A recent study conducted by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology suggests that overly strenuous and frequent physical exercise may reduce a woman’s fertility.

Anti-abortion, Pro-choice Groups Blast Healthcare Bill

Americans United for Life Action (AULA), a national anti-abortion group, has recently stated that it will vigorously fight the Senate healthcare bill, which was moved to debate by last Saturday’s vote.

Happy Thanksgiving! Relax Today, Prepare to Renew the Battle Tomorrow

The early experiment in Socialism by the Pilgrims from Plymouth, England, failed. But the free market capitalist system that followed succeeded. Yet today in America, 85 percent of all taxes are paid by 25 percent of the country’s earners. Read this article to learn why Socialism wasn’t sustainable in the 1600s, and why it’s not now…

Study: Green Tea May Defend Against Liver Damage

According to a new study published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology, the consumption of green tea may help protect the liver from hepatic fibrosis, one of the leading causes of cirrhosis.

New Study Finds that High Fructose Intake May Lead to Hypertension

It may be a good idea to cut out processed foods from your diet as a new study finds that a diet high in fructose increases the risk of hypertension, or high blood pressure.

For Washington, Service Was His Reward

As commander of the various militias during the Revolutionary War, General George Washington served his country without compensation, save for an allowance for certain expenses he incurred. He did this voluntarily, and gladly.

When his duties on the field of battle were over he would have been content to retire to his farm at Mt. Vernon, Va. But his countrymen called upon him to continue his service for eight more years.

On Thursday, April 30, 1789, Washington was sworn in as the nation’s first president. After taking the oath of office…

Thanksgiving Fare Includes Health-Boosting Items

While gravy and mashed potatoes do not form part of a healthy diet, researchers say vegetables that traditionally appear on American tables in the fall, such as pumpkin and squash, contain a variety of health-promoting compounds.

CAIR Protests Government's Attempt To Seize Mosques, Muslim Property

Federal prosecutors in New York recently took over four mosques and a skyscraper owned by a Muslim organization accused of terrorist ties, but the action has drawn heavy criticism from Islamic advocates.

The White Lies About Black Gold

President Barack Obama’s proclamations about reducing the United State’s dependency on foreign oil reveal either a naïveté or a striking amount of dishonesty. With U.S. production waning and viable renewable fuel technologies still years away, the U.S. is going to have to look for new sources of oil. Read this article to learn where the country may turn…

New Study On Paralysis Will Focus On Vitamin B3 Precursor

Weill Cornell Medical College has received a $2.5 million grant from the New York State Spinal Cord Injury Research Board to investigate the impact of a naturally-occurring substance in helping prevent paralysis following an injury.


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