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When The NYC Subway Banned Dogs, People Got So Creative

June 23, 2017
If there’s anything New Yorkers are known for, it’s being persistent in the face of obstacles. Nothing will get in our way; not mean-spirited bosses, trash-talking roommates, or the damn MTA.

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London Residents Speak The Truth About The Grenfell Tower Fire

June 19, 2017

Vitamin C and Antibiotics: A one-two “punch” for knocking-out cancer stem cells

June 15, 2017

CANCER stem cells, which fuel the growth of fatal tumours, can be knocked out by a one-two combination of antibiotics and Vitamin C in a new experimental strategy, published by researchers at the University of Salford, UK.

The antibiotic, Doxycycline, followed by doses of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), were surprisingly effective in killing the cancer stem cells under laboratory conditions, according to the research published in the journal Oncotarget.

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Climatologist Breaks the Silence on Global Warming

June 10, 2017

Dr. Judith Curry is Professor and former Chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Following is her verbal remarks as delivered to last week’s US Senate Commerce Committee Hearing on “Data or Dogma? Promoting Open Inquiry in the Debate Over the Magnitude of the Human Impact on Earth’s Climate.”

Why Carbon Dioxide is the “Miracle Molecule of Life” for GREENING our planet

June 7, 2017

This stunning mini-documentary reveals why eliminating carbon dioxide would WIPE OUT humanity, all plants, all animals and nearly every ecosystem on the planet.

The things most likely to kill you in one infographic

June 7, 2017

Humans are notoriously bad at assessing risk. It’s why someone lights up another cigarette while worrying about getting killed by a terrorist, and why so many of us calmly drive to work everyday but feel nervous getting on a plane.
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How Māori Healers Transform New Zealand’s Bush Into a Medicine Cabinet

June 6, 2017

We went bush to learn about rongoā—the indigenous medical practices of Māori using New Zealand’s natural resources.

With both Pākeha and Waikato Tainui ancestry, Donna Kerridge knew from the time her children were young that she wanted to learn about rongoā. But it was a long time before she found people to teach her.

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