Monthly Archives: October 2011

Medical News: Sporadic Exercise, Even Sex, May Boost MI, Death Risk – in Cardiovascular, Myocardial Infarction from MedPage Today

This goes in the category of “I told you so!” You know your mother has been warning you of this for years!!! 🙂 The meta-analysis showed: Episodic physical activity was associated with more than a threefold increase in the risk … Continue reading

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Medical News: For Men, Children Protect the Heart – in Cardiovascular, Myocardial Infarction from MedPage Today

        This is an interesting finding because I swear that having children increases your stress and theoretically would increase your risk for heart disease (among other diseases).  And don’t forget the fact that your toddlers develop a … Continue reading

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Don’t be alarmed if you see a lot of this on Friday!

Glad to see that NORAD will be able to use its Santatracker system more than once a year! One of the ULC Monastery’s writers came up with a few predictions about the impending apocalyptic event (which can be read here: … Continue reading

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Plutocracy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Plutocracy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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“a bicycle for the mind”

Tribute to Steve Jobs – YouTube.

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Learn How to Starve Cancer | ZERO — The Project to End Prostate Cancer

Learn How to Starve Cancer | ZERO — The Project to End Prostate Cancer.

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