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Archive for March, 2010

Happily Married Men Have Lower Stroke Risk

A large study has found that being happily married may actually be good for physical health—at least when it comes to the risk of having a fatal stroke. The study presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2010 found that single or unhappily married men may have an elevated risk of fatal stroke in the coming decades.

U.S. Physician Shortage May Worsen Following Healthcare Overhaul

Although Democrats claim healthcare reform will provide millions of Americans with medical insurance, there is no guarantee that there will be enough doctors to treat the sudden influx of new patients.

Sarah Palin Appears At A Tea Party Rally In Nevada To Persuade Voters To Oust Harry Reid

After campaigning with her former presidential running mate John McCain, Sarah Palin energized a Tea Party crowd in Nevada on Saturday, urging them to "take back America."

Pennsylvania Governor Latest Politician To Offer Help Defending Healthcare Act In Court

Despite the fact that dozens of state attorneys general filed a lawsuit last week to overturn the recently passed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, there are many politicians, mainly on the Left, who have vowed to defend the healthcare bill.

The Sellout of America: Why Our Enemies are Thriving

The Russians are coming. No, T-72 tanks are not plowing through Poland headed for Paris. There is no need for that outdated Soviet doctrine. Not when Russia can patrol near our coastal waters and harvest our most strategic resource—petroleum. To learn what this means for our country’s future, read this article…

The Remarkable Pony Express

The “help wanted” ad in the newspaper didn’t mince words: “Wanted. Young, skinny, wiry fellows. Not over 18. Must be expert riders. Willing to risk death daily. Orphans preferred.” Through this and similar advertisements, several hundred riders were recruited for a remarkable venture that began 150 years ago this week. On April 3, 1860, the […]

The Color of Your Food and Drink Makes a Difference

A simple change in the color of your foods and beverages could make a big impact on your health, according to dietician Julie Upton. “The pigments that give plants their color also provide the antioxidants that protect against heart disease, inflammation and certain cancers.” Try swapping your white grapefruit juice for pink. Or eat more […]

Study: Omega-3s may lower the risk of developing endometriosis

Consuming foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids can significantly reduce a woman’s risk of developing endometriosis, a painful condition that causes sections of the womb lining to grow outside of the uterus, a new study has found.

Paper Money Syndrome: What is it?

As the crescendo toward the climax builds the paper money syndrome becomes more evident and vulgar. Let me explain. The dictionary definition of syndrome is: “A group of related or coincident things, events, actions, etc. Read this article to learn more about the paper money syndrome…

As Democrats celebrate healthcare victory, Republicans vow to fight against the bill

The healthcare bill received the final endorsement from the House of Representatives last week, and President Obama set out to promote the proposal among the American people, but many conservatives continue to vow to push for its repeal.

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