Archive for December, 2009
As the U.S. dollar has fallen some 15 percent against the euro since March 2009, and it is widely expected to continue to weaken further, financial experts believe those who would like to protect their wealth and assets may consider changes to their portfolios.
When I get near sea water I always bring two gallons home. Here is why: These are major components of sea water (salts) according to the order of magnitude of these elements: Natural chlorine 55.2 percent Sodium 30.4 percent Sulphur as SO4 7.7 percent Magnesium 3.7 percent Potassium 1.1 percent Carbon as carbonic acid 0.35 percent Bromine […]
The use of marijuana has become more prevalent among U.S. teenagers, even as they have cut down on cigarettes, binge drinking and using methamphetamines, according to a recently released national study.
Senate Democrats are working overtime to get an Obamacare bill passed before Christmas. They no longer even pretend to be doing it to reform healthcare. Now they’re just doing whatever it takes to get a bill passed, even if it costs somewhere between $848 billion and $2.1 trillion, depending on which math you use. Read on for the latest on Obamacare…
Democratic Representative James Oberstar, chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, has decided to defer introducing the Clean Water Restoration Act until next year due to heavy criticism from the GOP.
There’s a salty smell in Cleveland’s air and it has nothing to do with food. The Europa International Salon and Spa has opened what is called a "salt cave," which some believe has anti-inflammatory properties that can treat the common cold and allergies, WKYC.com reports.
An enzyme called ACE2 may help doctors develop an alternative therapy for patients suffering from hypertension, a new study has found.
On Wednesday, as Democrats pushed forward to meet self-imposed deadlines, Senate Republicans tried to halt the healthcare debate by insisting that a 767-page amendment be read out loud in its entirety.
A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. government’s decision to cut off funding to the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) was unconstitutional.