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APRICOT SEEDS CURING CANCER SINCE 502 A.D.

That’s right you read it! Apricot seeds, according to written records, have been used since 502 A.D. to cure cancer and to help lessen tumors. History: A substance called Amygdalin was first extracted from almond seeds in 1830 by two … Continue reading

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The WAR on MILK

WAR on Milk This morning after sitting down behind my desk and logging into my e-mail account, I was hit with an article titled “The War Over Raw Milk” written by Sarah Gilbert. Midway through the article I took into … Continue reading

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Fish Friday sounds HOKI!!!

For many Catholics, Lent means 4 weeks of fish Fridays. Most of the time that means picking up a fish sandwich from our favorite fast food drive-thru. While there’s plenty of fast-food spots ready to fill that need, it’s not … Continue reading

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Why don’t they eat meat? Reasons why some abstain

Ask the majority of people living in the out west if they would ever consider becoming a vegetarian and you’ll get the strangest look on their face. Their culture is surrounded with raising and eating livestock as a part of … Continue reading

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A Billion for a Billion

Within a year a billion people will day from starvation. The World Food Program is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. In 2009 WFP aim to reach more than 100 million people with food assistance in 74 countries. … Continue reading

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The Utopian Ideal of Health Care

The Utopian Ideal of a National Health Care System is nothing new. Isn’t it obvious, many ask, that government can supply medical care more fairly and less expensively than the selfish profit-oriented free market we have today? What can or … Continue reading

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Bill Drayton on Expansion of Social Engineers

Bill Drayton explains to Margaret Brennan at Bloomberg on how Social Entrepreneurs bring together social systems and business systems to create one social business system.  Business and social taking the strengths of each other.  Very interesting to see how Social … Continue reading

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CHANGEMAKERS: Explaining the life of a Social Entrepreneur

If I were to ask you, “Whose responsibility should it be to take care of each other?” Should our governments be responsible for its citizens? Can the government be trusted to care of its people? Does our government know how … Continue reading

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Both Sides of The Mountain: A look into Mountaintop Mining

If you have ever driven on The Blue Ridge Parkway then you were on one of the most scenic roads in America. The Blue Ridge Parkway takes you from North Carolina to Virginia winding through the beautiful Smoky Mountains. Tourism … Continue reading

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