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BPA Not Hurting People, European Regulators Say
Wed Jan 21, 2015
I don't think all the news on this is in yet. I frequently see one toxic or another addressed but not the whole toxic stew that we eat, breathe, and absorb through the skin. I am more concerned about the total toxic load than any one toxic. (And stop calling consumers stupid becaus …
How often should you wash bath towels? The answer is...
Mon Jan 12, 2015
If you are immune compromised, be careful and wash things often. And if you are in a public setting, also be cautious. If you are not, then all this extra cleaning just serves to lower your immunity. Exposure to normal everyday bacteria helps to maintain a healthy immune system.&nb …
Whole Grains Help You Live Longer, Study Finds
Mon Jan 5, 2015
The point of the many studies that have been coming in is that eating less meat, especially red meat, and a variety of whole foods is far more healthy than eating a lot of meat, sugar, processed foods. Personally, I don't eat meat and feel it would be better for health and for the planet if pe …
In Wake of Police Shootings, Obama Speaks More Bluntly About Race
Sat Jan 3, 2015
In reply to:motoricker #109.3 You mean the crime of being black and owning a very expensive car?
Are You Gonna Eat That? The Future of Recycling
Tue Dec 23, 2014
I have been composting for around 20 years. Done properly, it does not cause vermin problems. The fact is putting food waste in trash cans is much worse. There are a lot more resources today that simplify composting. And I expect that in the future, most cities will pick up g …
EPA's New Rules Say Coal Ash Is Not Hazardous Waste
Fri Dec 19, 2014
Coal ash is stored where poor people live so it's not hazardous waste. If they stored it where rich people live (Malibu, Manhattan, parts of Connecticut, etc.) then it would be hazardous waste.
global warming isn't causing california drought? report triggers storm
Mon Dec 8, 2014
I live in San Diego and whatever the cause of the hotter weather, clearly its effect is to make the drought even worse. The lack of rain is bad, but any rain and moisture gets sucked out really fast by the higher than usual temperatures. So I agree that the report is wrong in ignoring pa …
The Duggars announce another pregnancy
Wed Dec 3, 2014
Today: It is time to stop running articles on these fools. Women get pregnant every day. It is not news, and it just encourages the Duggars to pop out more.
8 Percent of Americans Have Depression But Few Are Treated: Study
Wed Dec 3, 2014
Perhaps clinical depression is a brain malfunction, but then one has to ask why the brain malfunctioned. My depression began when my mom left when I was 6. Personally, I was most deeply depressed when I was the most privileged. Trust me, money and stuff doesn't make you happy, thou …
Is a gluten-free diet for you? The hidden downsides of the food craze
Fri Nov 21, 2014
Another silly health article. Processed food is the problem, whether it has gluten or not. My husband has celiac and can't eat gluten but does not eat all the processed junk that is being offered.
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