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Ask Beatty – 05.22.18

ARE YOU READY TO ACKNOWLEDGE, ADDRESS & RESOLVE…… Any and All Issues That Are Getting In The Way of Your Life And Relationships?   More and more celebrities are talking about their mental health problems and the treatment they are receiving..  The list is getting longer by the day.  It may surprise you and motivate you to do the same. …

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Leid Stories—Psychiatrists: Trump Is Mentally Ill; An Alliance Forged in Struggle—02.06.17

All throughout his presidential campaign, a self-fixated Donald Trump touted his exceptionalism every chance he got. It helped him win the big prize. Finally, his supporters thought, we’ve got a guy in the White House who’s not run-of-the-mill; he’s different.

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Chris Hedges – Lock Up the Men, Evict the Women and Children

Matthew Desmond’s book, “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City,” like Barbara Ehrenreich’s “Nickel and Dimed,” is a heartbreaking snapshot of the rapacious exploitation and misery we inflict on the most vulnerable, especially children. It is a picture of a world where industries have been created to fleece the poor, and destroy neighborhoods and ultimately lives. It portrays a …

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Christina England – Are Ineffective New Meningitis B Vaccines Causing Harm to Children?

With U.S. doctors questioning the safety and effectiveness of the new meningitis B vaccines in a shocking San Diego Union Tribune [1] news report, we need to ask ourselves whether or not our children are more at risk from the vaccine, than they are from the disease itself. This is a real possibility because according to the Tribune, risk of catching the disease …

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Carbon dioxide captured from air converted directly to methanol fuel for the first time

They’re making fuel from thin air at the USC Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute. For the first time, researchers there have directly converted carbon dioxide from the air into methanol at relatively low temperatures. The work, led by G.K. Surya Prakash and George Olah of the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, is part of a broader effort to …

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Marcus Harrison Green – How Strong Friendships Defy Dementia

Alice Padilla’s laugh cut through the air at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo. Fresh off an hour-long exhibit tour, she and 16 other friends sat in the zoo cafeteria, snacking on sugar cookies and mocking current bestsellers. The group could appear to be just another cluster of friends visiting the zoo. But they were there for another purpose, too: to provide …