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Boeing B-29 Superfortress Delivered Thermonuclear Warfare to the World

Boeing B-29 Superfortress Delivered Thermonuclear Warfare to the World

The Boeing B-29 Superfortress holds a special place in American history for more than one reason, but none more important than this one; On Aug 6, 1945, the United States became the first country in the world to use an atomic weapon, dropping a thermonuclear device on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. The Boeing B-29 […]

Toyota Motor Corporation Reeling From New Takata Corporation Airbag Recall

Toyota Motor Corporation Reeling From New Takata Corporation Airbag Recall

Toyota Motor Corporation is reeling from the announced recall of their cars that use Takata Corporation airbag technology. They are just the latest car manufacturing company to announce a recall because of faulty airbag systems built by the Takata Corporation, that began in August with a recall announcement from The American Honda Corporation. The automaker is […]

Autism Linked to Man-Made Climate Change

Autism Linked to Man-Made Climate Change

Autism has been linked to man-made toxic pollutants in the air, a symptom of global warming and climate change. Researchers at University of Pittsburgh have published a new study on autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in the journal of The American Association of Aerosol Research. It was also published in a press release by Heinz Endowments. […]

Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Linked to Risk of Blood Clots

Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Linked to Risk of Blood Clots

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) have been linked to increased risk of blood clots, a recent medical study suggests. The study, published in the Oxford Journals, was a review of six previously published studies on the effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug use with respect to the onset of venous thromboembolism (VTE). This new study presented a […]

Diabetes Mellitus Glucose Levels Can Be Controlled With LCHF Diet [Video]

Diabetes Mellitus Glucose Levels Can Be Controlled With LCHF Diet [Video]

  Diabetes Mellitus blood glucose (BG) levels are a problem for most type 2 diabetics, but studies suggest that they can be controlled by following a LCHF diet plan. LCHF is an acronym for the Low Carb High Fat way of eating. This dieting plan has under gone a lot of scrutiny in recent memory […]

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Cases Skyrocket Says WHO

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Cases Skyrocket Says WHO

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, or MDR TB,  is epidemic worldwide, and the World Health Organization (WHO) is reporting that improved data collection techniques now indicate that the number of reported cases of MDR-TB has skyrocketed. More than 500,000 cases of the disease have gone uncounted because of an error in the reporting and collecting of pertinent data. This […]

Dietary Supplements Banned by FDA Still Available

Dietary Supplements Banned by FDA Still Available

Dietary supplements previously banned by The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are still available in stores, both online and at fixed locations across the U.S. Manufacturers of these banned substances have taken a new tact in producing supplements that include these dangerous additives, adding them to already approved supplements, in an effort to hide […]

Hepatitis C Mystery Finally Unlocked [Video]

Hepatitis C Mystery Finally Unlocked [Video]

Hepatitis C (HCV) researchers have long sought to unlock the mystery behind finding a cure for this devastating disease and now believe the newest drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of HCV shows the promise of a cure. The drug is a cocktail of sorts, marketed by Gilead Sciences, under the name Harvoni, […]

Enterovirus D68 Spreading Across U.S. With Five Reported Deaths

Enterovirus D68 Spreading Across U.S. With Five Reported Deaths

Enterorvirus D68 (EV-D68) is spreading across the U.S., with five reported deaths so far this year, with the latest death coming in New Jersey. In its most recent report, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is indicating that state public health facilities and the CDC are reporting 922 confirmed cases of EV-D68 across […]

Apple Pay Versus Credit or Debit Cards

Apple Pay Versus Credit or Debit Cards

Apple Inc. announced the coming of Apple Pay on Sept. 9, 2014, and launched the new technology today, Oct.20, 2014. It may take some time for retailers to come around with regard to this new method of payment, but company executives are excited about the possibilities. In a press release about the launch, dated Oct 16, […]

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