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As Planet Rages With Fires and Storms, Ire Aimed at Murderous Climate Denialism

As Houston begins its long recovery from Hurricane Harvey, epic wildfires burn throughout the western U.S., and Irma charges toward Florida after devastating several Caribbean islands, while two other storms build strength in the Atlantic basin, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is among those helping to expose the deadly consequences of climate change denialism by claiming threats posed by such global warming-related events are ...

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Claire Dwoskin – First of Its Kind Survey Shows Vaccinated Children Get Sicker

Children Who Receive Fewer Vaccinations are Less Likely to Develop Chronic Illnesses

The scientific publication Journal of Translational Science has published one of the first surveys to formally assess the longer-term health outcomes associated with the United States routine childhood vaccination program. Primarily authored by Dr. Anthony R. Mawson (a public health epidemiologist with an extensive and proven track record in children’s health research), the study concluded that vaccinated children were much more likely to have been diagnosed ...

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LYDIA O’NEAL – Millennials Have Another Debt Crisis You May Not Have Heard Of

America’s largest generation is frequently painted as the poster child for the student debt crisis, but college loans are not millennials’ sole credit problem. Nearly two in five have subprime credit and, according to a new study, the cards those individuals are most eligible for — and for which they’re often targeted through pre-approved offers — can cost them dearly.

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Patrick Martin – Devastating toll of hunger on US school children

Hunger is a growing problem for US children and increasingly affects their performance in school, making it more difficult for them to focus on their classes or do homework. It also contributes to behavior and discipline problems.

This was the finding of a report issued last week by the anti-hunger charity Share Our Strength, based on a survey of 500 low-income parents and their teenage children in public schools. Some 325 teachers were also interviewed. “Low-income” was defined as at or ...

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TCHIKI DAVIS – What’s the Best Way to Start Getting Happier?

Get a quick win with something easy and fun

The broaden-and-build theory suggests that experiencing positive emotions broadens our mindset and builds our psychological, intellectual, and social resources, allowing us to benefit more from our experiences. By starting with easy or fun practices, you may be able to get a jumpstart in happiness, subsequently boosting your sense of self-efficacy and propelling you forward in the happiness-building process.Researchers believe that some happiness ...

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Feeling bad about feeling bad can make you feel worse

Pressure to feel upbeat can make you feel downbeat, while embracing your darker moods can actually make you feel better in the long run, according to new UC Berkeley research.

“We found that people who habitually accept their negative emotions experience fewer negative emotions, which adds up to better psychological health,” said study senior author Iris Mauss, an associate professor of psychology at UC Berkeley.

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Aaron Kesel – 17 Signs You May Have A Mold Illness

Mold illness could be a serious health risk threatening you and your family. Sometimes mold can’t be seen or smelt, yet the fungus may be growing in your home, causing you to feel sick – or you may be eating GMO foods.

Besides accidentally eating moldy bread or another spoiled food, there are a number of other ways you could get a mold illness such as by eating GMOs sprayed with the Roundup chemical.

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Extreme Storms Like Harvey and Climate Change: ‘This Is the New Reality’

As Hurricane Harvey continues to batter Texas—and as the death toll from monsoon flooding in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh surpasses 1,200—experts are putting a spotlight on how climate change is linked to the “unprecedented” storm’s devastation.

Trying to attribute Harvey to climate change “is an ill-posed question,” argues Michael E. Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Pennsylvania State University. “While we cannot say climate change ...

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Organic Food From China Not Organic At All, Here’s Why

Is the organic bubble about to pop?

When you find a good deal on organic foods, it may just be too good to be true if it comes from China or Turkey. While Turkey is suspected to deliberately falsify its “organic” soybeans flooding the U.S., China has a different problem. There is a concerted effort for many Chinese growers to produce organic food but unfortunately it might not be possible.

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8 in 10 Americans Fear Nuclear War as Trump Says US ‘Locked and Loaded’

Psychologists say public anxiety is what you would expect from president’s “fire and fury”-style rhetoric as poll shows huge majority “fearful” of nuclear war with North Korea.

New poll results released Friday, provided exclusively to Axios, show that more than 8 in 10 Americans are fearful of nuclear war breaking out between the United States and North Korea.
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