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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how with a university education, one may steal the whole railroad but will also leave the student heavily in debt…
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Vitamin D and Fracture RiskAs we get older, and our bodies start to wear down, you might find yourself more concerned about falls and injuries. And when it comes to fracture risk, we all know that finding methods to prevent one is a lot easier than treating one after it happens. Research published in the British Medical Journal suggested that the use of vitamin D was not necessary and studies haven’t revealed any benefits whatsoever.

There has been some contradictory evidence regarding the use of vitamin D (which usually comes in your calcium supplement) and the prevention of osteoporosis. … Read More

This article Why Vitamin D Keeps Injuries Away originally published at Foods4BetterHealth by .

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Don't trust Facebook or Google with your personal information? You're not alone. A recent Reason-Rupe poll found that when it comes to their personal info, more Americans trust even the National…
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On 21 February, the day the Yanukovich government collapsed, cocktail hour at the U.S. State Department must have been one rip roaring, hours-long, high-five fiesta. The many billions the US had invested in a string of attempts to undermine an elected government in a former Soviet republic had finally paid off. Since the targeted government was Ukraine’s, the possibility of new NATO bases and the eviction of the Russians from the Black Sea naval base in Crimea were back in play. So too was control of Russian oil and gas transported via Ukrainian pipelines and the certain joy of another … Continue reading
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