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Israeli Scientists Claim Cure for Cancer Within a Year

Israeli Scientists Claim Cure for Cancer Within a Year

A small group of Israeli scientists announced that that they have developed the world’s first “complete cure” for cancer, an effective, brief and inexpensive treatment which they expect to deliver within a year, according to a new report in The Jerusalem Post. The announcement was made by the group’s chairman …

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New Bill Seeks to Make Animal Cruelty a Felony Nationwide

New Bill Seeks to Make Animal Cruelty a Felony Nationwide

A new bipartisan bill is being introduced in the US House of Representatives that seeks to make acts of animal cruelty a felony across the nation and extend authority to federal prosecutors, especially in cases where animals are moved across state lines. New bill will criminalize animal cruelty throughout US …

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Chocolate the Best Cough Remedy, New Study Says

Chocolate the Best Cough Remedy, New Study Says

This may be the best news in treating the symptoms associated with the common cold an coughs to come along in decades, as a new study has found that chocolate is the best remedy in treating a cough, and corroborates an earlier study. Chocolate more effective than cough syrup In …

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Feds Forcing Fingerprint Unlocks “Abuse of Power,” Judge Rules

Feds Forcing Fingerprint Unlocks “Abuse of Power,” Judge Rules

A federal judge ruled that authorities cannot force people to use biometrics (fingerprints, facial recognition) to unlock digital devices, calling it an “abuse of power” and “unconstitutional.” A violation of the fourth and fifth amendments A nine-page order was issued last week by US Magistrate Judge Kandis Westmore, ruling that …

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Scientists Solve Easter Island Statues’ Most Puzzling Mystery

Scientists Solve Easter Island Statues’ Most Puzzling Mystery

Scientists now believe they may have solved one of the biggest mysteries about why the giant statues on Easter Island are actually there. Since the very first day explorers and scientists found the gigantic stone monoliths that are found throughout Chili’s Easter Island, they have been puzzled by a single …

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Japan To Resume Commercial Whaling as it Defies International Ban

Japan To Resume Commercial Whaling as it Defies International Ban

Japan has withdrawn from the International Whaling Commission (IWC), an agency overseeing international whale conservation, and plans to resume commercial whaling, for the first time in 30 years, in July, a move likely to receive strong international criticism. Japan has argued that eating whales is part of the country’s culture, …

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American Adults are Shrinking While Getting Wider and Heavier

American Adults are Shrinking While Getting Wider and Heavier

A new CDC report released today revealed that adults in the US declined slightly in height during the past decade, while getting wider and putting on more weight. In a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) titled “Mean Body Weight, Height, Waist Circumference, and Body …

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