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Immune study shows how gut keeps deadly infections at bay

Treatment and prevention of life-threatening infections could be improved by research that reveals how bacteria are kept in check. Researchers have discovered how the immune system stops bacteria in our gut from leaking into the blood stream and causing body-wide inflammation, such as sepsis. The study also helps to explain why we do not suffer more infections, despite the vast …

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Alabama child services abducts autistic boys damaged by MMR vaccine; starves, forcibly drugs them in foster care by Ethan A. Huff

The cries of the innocent who seek justice in today’s America are reaching a piercing crescendo. Case after case of unwarranted medical child abduction portends a ruthless totalitarian future for every single parent trying to raise children in this country — this, as a result of growing oppression from a hostile police state that sees nothing wrong with ripping children …

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People from different cultures express sympathy differently, say researchers

The researchers found that cultural differences in whether or not people wanted to avoid negative emotions played a role in their expressions of sympathy. Credit: Shutterstock Sympathy is influenced by cultural differences, new Stanford research shows. For instance, when told about a tragedy or troubling situation, Americans of European descent are more positive in how they articulate sympathy while Germans …