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May 20 10:45

Viagra and flu ‘drug cocktail’ prevents Cancer spread

‘We’re currently realising that, tragically, surgery can even suppress the system in an exceedingly method that creates it easier for any remaining cancer cells to persist and unfold to alternative organs’

A combination of ED medication and also the respiratory disorder immunogen may stop the unfold of cancer, the groundbreaking new analysis suggests.

May 20 10:43

If your Kidney is in Risk, Your Body can offer you these 7 Signs

Today you’re going to know the various signals your body gives you alerting about the Kidney Failure along with the causes of kidney failure and how to get rid of it.

May 20 10:32

Are All Calories Equal With Regards To Disease and Obesity?

By April McCarthy

While calories from any food have the potential to increase the risk of obesity and other cardiometabolic diseases, 22 nutrition researchers agree that sugar-sweetened beverages play a unique role in chronic health problems. The disease risk increases even when the beverages are consumed within diets that do not result in weight gain...

May 20 10:25

Breath Check catches Cancer in early ages.

If this new diagnostic tool is proved to succeed, several doctors may wish amendment their approach to patients and the way they screen cancer.

Chantel Strachan, MD, may be a sophomore general medicine resident from the University of Connecticut operating within the basic principle News Medical Unit.

May 20 09:57

Rallies held against Monsanto-Bayer agrochemical merger in several countries

Protesters took to the streets of Buenos Aires, Hamburg and Paris on Saturday to decry agrochemical corporate giant Monsanto-Bayer-Syngenta.

Bayer AG and Monsanto agreed to a $66 billion takeover deal in 2016. It sparked criticism among environmentalists and farmers across Europe.

May 20 09:42

STAGNANT WAGES + SOARING COST OF LIVING + MASSIVE CUTS TO SERVICES = COLLAPSING US BIRTH-RATE

The US birth-rate continued to plummet last year, with births falling in nearly all groups, and a one-year dropoff in overall fertility not seen since 2010; the US fertility rate is at its lowest level in recorded history.

May 20 09:25

Christianity and Depression: It’s Difficult

Today you will know about the Christianity depression in the words of LaKeisha Fleming.
When a devout Christian mother spiraled into a serious depression after a miscarriage, she realized she needed more than just prayer.

May 20 08:34

Why the new outbreak terrifies public health authorities. Ebola Deaths Rised to 26, Says Congo Health Ministry

A new outbreak of the Ebola virus that has killed at least two dozen people.
First of all, for getting a clear understanding of this subject, Let’s see
What is Ebola? & How is Ebola transmitted?
Be aware!!!

May 20 07:48

SCIENTISTS REVISE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF NOVICHOK AFTER IT FAILS TO PRODUCE THE LETHAL EFFECTS THEY EXPECTED

SCIENTISTS REVISE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF NOVICHOK AFTER IT FAILS TO PRODUCE THE LETHAL EFFECTS THEY EXPECTED
In the aftermath of the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury on 4th March, scientists are currently re-evaluating their understanding of A-234 — or Novichok as it is more commonly known. Prior to the poisoning, it had been thought that the substance was around 5-8 times more toxic than VX nerve agent, and therefore that just a tiny drop would be likely to kill a person within minutes or possibly even seconds of them coming into contact with it. In the unlikely event of a person surviving, it was believed that their central nervous system would be completely destroyed, and that they would suffer numerous chronic health issues, including cirrhosis, toxic hepatitis, and epilepsy before dying a premature and miserable death, probably within a year or so.

May 19 22:48

VOLCANIC POLLUTION

Excuse the global warming crap!

Volcanic activity, is an example of a non-anthropogenic source of international pollutions. Volcanic eruptions release large quantities of greenhouse gases and other aerosols into the atmosphere, these gases form massive clouds which accumulate in the atmosphere; this process is referred to as outgassing or offgassing In addition to magma particulates, known as ash or pyroclastic flow, volcanic eruptions release water vapor(H20), carbon dioxide(CO2), sulphur dioxide(SO2), hydrogen sulfide(H2S), carbon monoxide(CO), hydrogen chloride(HCl), and hydrogen fluoride(HF) into the atmosphere.

Figure 3 – Volcanic gas composition (USGS, 2010)
Volcano
Tectonic Style
Temperature Kilauea Summit
Hot Spot
1170°C

May 19 12:10

New fissures open, lava becomes more fluid in Leilani Estates

May 19 11:49

Sagar: Rare tropical cyclone forms in the Gulf of Aden, life-threatening floods expected in desert regions

A rare tropical cyclone formed May 16, 2018 in the Gulf of Aden, between Yemen and Somalia. Named Tropical Cyclone 01A and internationally known as Sagar, this cyclone's main threat is substantial rainfall (for desert regions), leading up to dangerous flash flooding in the deserts of southern Yemen, northern Somalia and Djibouti. Landfall is expected in northeastern Somalia on May 19. Some regions might reach their yearly rainfall average within several days.

May 19 09:50

Kilauea Eruption Sends Ash And Lava Bombs Flying, Forces Evacuations

Another explosive eruption at the summit of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano could blanket parts of the Big Island in ash.

On Friday, the volcano and its fissures spewed lava up to 200 feet in the air and ejected lava bombs — or chunks of molten rock the size of refrigerators.

May 19 09:49

Lava From Mt. Kilauea Isolates 40 Homes, Choppers Evacuate Locals

Fast-moving lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has crossed a road and isolated about 40 homes.

With no other way out, helicopters airlifted four people.

May 19 09:47

17 Powerful Diet Keys (Fast Weight Loss Diet 2018)

If you are one among those that are making an attempt to shed some further kilos, then this text is unquestionably about to return handy to you. Losing weight may be quite a discouraging task.

Follow these simple diet tips and reduce within the most natural manner. scan on to understand a lot of regarding them!

May 19 09:41

Electromagnetic radiation from power lines and phone masts poses 'credible' threat to wildlife, report finds 

Electromagnetic radiation from power lines, wi-fi, phone masts and broadcast transmitters poses a ‘credible’ threat to wildlife, a new report suggests, as environmentalists warned the 5G roll out could cause greater harm.

An analysis of 97 studies by the EU-funded review body EKLIPSE concluded that radiation is a potential risk to insect and bird orientation and plant health.

However the charity Buglife warned that despite good evidence of the harms there was little research ongoing to assess the impact, or apply pollution limits.

The charity said ‘serious impacts on the environment could not be ruled out’ and called for 5G transmitters to be placed away from street lights, which attract insects, or areas where they could harm wildlife.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am grateful for this charity's concern about wildlife, but what about electromagnetic effects on human beings, please?!?

May 19 09:28

The Rise of Depression and the Cannabis Response

By Susan Boskey

Are you experiencing depression? If so, you are not alone and are among the millions of Americans plagued by this mood disorder. A recent article shared new statistical details about how depression in the U.S. is on the rise...

May 19 08:56

FDA just approved Latest Highly Effective Drug to get rid of Migraines.

FDA just approved the first drug to prevent migraines. About 1 in 5 girls and one in 16 men get migraines, in step with the yank sick headache Foundation.
"It may not get rid of all of them, but it really dramatically improves following things...

May 18 17:09

Live Video: Kilauea Lava Flow Activity In Lower Puna

Live Video: Kilauea Lava Flow Activity In Lower Puna

May 18 15:49

Oregon Chainsaw Massacre......Almost! : Deputies arrest man accused of entering woman's home, chasing her with chainsaw

Wait til you see the alleged perp!

Deputies responded to 91716 Taylorville Road at 6:40 p.m. for a report of a man chasing a woman with a chainsaw.

She said Knapp sawed through her bedroom door, couch and a kitchen cabinet door. The damages totaled $675.

May 18 12:08

The Longer Washington Stays In, the More Drugs Fly Out of Afghanistan

According to official reports, after almost two decades of continuous deployment of several thousand US and NATO servicemen in Afghanistan, the level of production and drug trafficking has increased by 1,000% compared to levels in 2001, the year Washington announced its intentions to invade Afghanistan. There’s no logical explanation American political figures can provide us for this fact, since among the stated goals of the persistent military presence of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan includes both fighting against terrorism and combating drug trafficking.

May 18 11:08

Congress Votes Down Proposal Allowing Interstate Transfer of Raw Milk

Congress voted today to retain the FDA restrictions on interstate sales of raw milk. 79 Congress members including 7 democrats, voted for the bill, which would have allowed interstate sale of raw milk. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii was one of the Democrats who voted for milk freedom. 331 control-freak congressmen voted NO on the bill, which was authored by Rep. Thomas Massie, of the House Freedom Caucus.

May 18 11:02

New fissure opens in lower Puna while others still spewing lava

The eruptions continue in lower Puna with yet another fissure opening on Friday morning and older ones still actively spewing lava.

May 18 11:01

Hawaii volcano explosions could go for weeks, experts say

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano exploded a tall, steely gray column of ash into the sky Thursday, just as scientists warned eight days ago. Experts say the explosive ballistic displays could continue for weeks, and they don’t know when it’s going to stop.

“There’s so many variables. It’s complicated, like a bad Facebook relationship status,” said volcanologist Janine Krippner of Concord University in West Virginia. “Something will eventually change like it has over and over and over again.”

In 1924, when similar conditions occurred at Kilauea on the Big Island, there were more than 50 distinct explosions like the one Thursday over a period of more than two weeks, she said.

May 18 11:00

2 Weeks After Hawaii Volcano Eruption, Residents Say Conditions Are Getting Worse

When the Kilauea volcano erupted on May 3, Gebbie and hundreds of others were forced from their homes in the Leilani Estates subdivision. His home is still standing today, but it's surrounded by toxic gas.

"It's hard to believe that it's happened in our neighborhood," Gebbie says. "And every day has gotten worse."

May 18 10:58

The Latest: Too risky to check if volcano hurled boulders

Geologists aren’t planning to check if an eruption at a Hawaii volcano ejected any large boulders.

The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory moved to a university campus after concerns that Kilauea could hurl big rocks.

Observatory scientist Steve Brantley says it’s too dangerous to send geologists to measure any possible boulders after the summit of the volcano spewed ash about 30,000 feet (9,144 meters) into the air Thursday.

Scientists say more explosions are possible, but it’s not known when they could occur. They say light, wet ash fell in parts of a town called Volcano, about 3 or 4 miles (5 or 6 kilometers) from the summit crater.

Officials say that if explosions become more energetic, there could be boulders that fall up to a mile away or pea-sized fragments up to 4 miles away.

May 18 10:57

12 surreal images of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano eruption

May 18 10:56

Hawaii volcano eruption: HORROR video shows lava spewing VIOLENTLY from Kilauea fissure

Hawaii volcano Kilauea has opened up more fissure’s after it shot a massive ash cloud into the sky in the early hours of Thursday morning.

In the footage, the red-hot molten lava can be seen thrashing around in Pahoa during the early hours of Friday morning.

Lava and fumes are continuing to spew from active vents near the Kilauea volcano.

Geologists are monitoring widening cracks in a number of roadways in Leilani Estates, where cracks have ripped roads apart in some places.

May 18 10:09

The US must secure its supply chain in the face of anti-satellite weapons

At the 34th National Space Symposium in April, U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson announced that the service is taking steps to secure its satellite networks by working with allied forces, commercial satellite owners and international organizations to share satellites currently in orbit.

Testifying before Congress, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats warned that U.S. adversaries “continue to pursue anti-satellite [ASAT] weapons as a means to reduce U.S. and allied military effectiveness.” While the threat is serious and sharing allied satellites provides a measure of security, the Air Force will not be able to preserve America’s edge in space unless it focuses on securing the satellite supply chain here on Earth.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

More money for that supply chain, and the US also has ASAT weapons.

May 18 09:50

Congo warns of 'new phase' in Ebola outbreak after case detected in city with 1m residents

In April, we filed a lawsuit on behalf of Shoaib Ahmed and others against CoreCivic, alleging that the prison corporation violates human trafficking laws and employs a deprivation scheme to force immigrants detained at Stewart to work for sub-minimum wages, and then threatens to punish them for refusing to work through solitary confinement or loss of access to necessities. A lawsuit against Geo Group, another prison corporation, is moving forward for using similar practices at the Aurora Detention Center in Colorado, violating the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.

May 18 09:40

US birth rates drop to lowest since 1987

Births in the US have dropped to their lowest rate in 30 years, marking a cultural shift as women delay motherhood, experts say.

Some 3.85 million babies were born in the US in 2017, the fewest since 1987, as births among women in their teens and 20s decreased.

Both the birth rate - the number of births per thousand - and fertility - a lifetime average forecast - fell.

May 18 08:50

PROVEN: Gardasil triggers the immune system to attack a woman’s brain.

Gardasil definitely, without question, attacks the brain, and the end result is depression. An abstract could not possibly make it more clear than this, and no, vaccine trolls won’t refer to this “science” while they ridicule all people who question vaccines as “too stupid to understand basic science”. When they do that, all I do is troll them hard with science that is over their heads. Not difficult to do against those who were only handed lines to throw out while not understanding a thing about what they are actually trolling. Here’s a great one to throw against a troll:

May 18 08:27

Leading university embroiled in major research scandal

A leading university has become embroiled in a major research scandal, after an inquiry found that scientific papers were doctored over an eleven year period.

Professor David Latchman, Master of Birkbeck and one of the country’s top geneticists, is accused of “recklessness” by allowing research fraud to take place under his watch at University College London’s (UCL) Institute of Child Health.

UCL launched a formal investigation after a whistleblower made allegations of research fraud in dozens papers published by scientists at the Institute.

May 18 07:57

Two huge vaccine scandals the press is ignoring

Some lies are so big, many people can’t accept the fact that they’re lies. Their minds are boggled. “No,” they say, “that couldn’t be.” But yes, that could be, and is.

May 17 18:38

Suspect in Northland shootings, now facing more charges, could also face deportation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The man who told police he was the suspect in three Northland shootings and who is in the country illegally could soon be deported once again.

But that could change if Pompa-Rascon is charged in the murder of a well-known KC tattoo artist that happened May 11.

The 41-year-old suspect is in the country illegally from Mexico having crossed the border four times.

May 17 15:21

Health Glyphosate destroys the gut and triggers autoimmune disease

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the popular herbicide, Roundup. Glyphosate toxicity is a big deal, and what you don't know just might kill you!

Glyphosate is also toxic to our gut microbiome

Glyphosate is toxic to many of our beneficial gut microbes. It may preferentially kill off species, like lactobacillus while leaving potential pathogens, like clostridia to run wild. Glyphosate also chelates essential minerals, such as manganese, iron, cobalt, molybdenum, and copper so that the gut microbes do not have access to them. This leads to chronic inflammatory states in the gut as well as increased intestinal permeability, a mechanism at the core of many chronic illnesses, including inflammatory bowel disease, depression, and autoimmunity.

May 17 15:19

Crohn's Disease Marked by Dramatic Changes in Gut Bacteria

The largest clinical study of its kind is revealing new insights into the causes of Crohn's disease, a periodic inflammation of the intestines. The research, which involved 668 children, shows that numbers of some beneficial bacteria in the gut decrease in Crohn's patients, while the number of potentially harmful bacteria increases.

May 17 11:38

Dramatic moment Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts from its summit and shoots an ash plume 30,000 feet into the sky - higher than the peak of MOUNT EVEREST - covering homes in the area

An explosive eruption from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has sent ash spewing 30,000 feet into the sky, with residents now being warned to shelter in place as the dusty plume engulfs the island.

The powerful, steam-driven explosion occurred at 4.17am on Thursday and started spewing large amounts of volcanic ash and smoke from Kilauea's crater on Hawaii's Big Island, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The National Weather Service also issued an ashfall advisory warning after radars showed the massive plume, which shot higher than the peak of Mount Everest.

The wind could carry the ash plume as far as Hilo, the Big Island's largest city and major tourism center, the County of Hawaii Civil Defense warned in an alert.

May 17 11:07

Is love or politics behind Putin’s promotion of Chabad?

JTA — When even Russian policemen had to pass security checks to enter the Sochi Winter Olympics, Rabbi Berel Lazar was waved in without ever showing his ID.

Lazar, a Chabad-affiliated chief rabbi of Russia, was invited to the opening ceremony of the games last month by President Vladimir Putin’s office. But since the event was on Shabbat, Lazar initially declined the invitation, explaining he was prevented from carrying documents, among other religious restrictions.

So Putin ordered his staff to prepare an alternative entrance and security-free route just for the rabbi, according to one of Lazar’s top associates, Rabbi Boruch Gorin.

May 17 11:05

Weak-Kneed Russian Response to US Jerusalem Embassy Opening

Putin just loves Israel!
Trump’s moving of Washington’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, an international city, demands universal condemnation.

Not from Russia, notably not after Putin shamefully welcomed Ziofascist Netanyahu as an honored guest in Moscow for the 73rd Great Patriotic War triumph commemoration.

On Monday while Israeli soldiers were massacring Gazans, Russia failed to condemn it – nor Great Friday March of Return Friday mass-killings since March 30, nor moving Washington’s Israeli embassy to Jerusalem.

Palestinians are isolated on their own, struggling valiantly against a ruthless occupier, committing high crimes with impunity because the world community fails to stop them.

May 17 10:53

Kilauea explosive eruption

May 17 10:53

Kilauea blows top as eruption rocks Hawaiian volcano

May 17 10:48

How Israel helped create Hamas

Controlled Opposition.

Hamas launched in 1988 in Gaza at the time of the first intifada, or uprising, with a charter now infamous for its anti-Semitism and its refusal to accept the existence of the Israeli state. But for more than a decade prior, Israeli authorities actively enabled its rise.

May 17 10:32

Hawaii volcano: Fears for HUGE Big Island eruption as THIRTY-FOUR earthquakes hit in day

FEARS of a huge Hawaii volcano eruption are growing after the Big Island tourist hotspot was hit by 34 earthquakes over a single 24-hour period.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is from yesterday. As of 5 this morning, a major explosive event has started at Kilauea, pushing the ash cloud to 30,000 feet.

May 17 10:30

Hawaii volcano erupts anew, sends huge ash plume into sky

Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano erupted from its summit before dawn Thursday, shooting a steely gray plume of ash about 30,000 feet (9,100 meters) into the sky that began raining down on a nearby town.

May 17 10:30

'Ballistic blocks' shoot from Hawaii volcano, may mark start of violent eruptions

Hawaii (Reuters) - “Ballistic blocks” the size of microwave ovens shot from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano on Wednesday in what may be the start of explosive eruptions that could spew huge ash plumes and hurl smaller rocks for miles (km), the U.S. Geological Survey said.

May 17 10:16

Donald Trump LAMBASTS ‘freeloading’ NHS and demands UK PAY MORE for drugs after Brexit

DONALD Trump is threatening to use post-Brexit trade talks to lower the price of prescription drugs for US patients by forcing the NHS to pay more, in a move which could cost the UK billions.

The Republican firebrand blamed the US’s high prescription drug costs on countries such as the UK with nationalised healthcare systems, which he believes are “freeloading” at the expense of America.

Commenting on the US prescription drug crisis, Mr Trump said last week: “In some cases, medicine that costs a few dollars in a foreign country costs hundreds of dollars in America for the same pill. That is unacceptable.

“The drug prices have gone through the roof.

May 17 10:03

Glyphosate Should Be Banned By EPA And The Law—It’s A Hormone Disruptor

By Catherine J. Frompovich

More and more information is surfacing, almost daily, about adverse health effects regarding herbicides, pesticides and agricultural chemicals, specifically glyphosate, the prime active in Monsanto’s Roundup®.

What consumers need to know is that most crops now are “staged” several days prior to harvest with glyphosate to have “uniformly desiccated” crop yields...

May 17 09:48

Experts Reveal, 7 Out Of 8 People Who Died Of The Flu Had Received The Flu Shot

New information, however, has called the effectiveness of the current influenza vaccine into question. A total of 8 residents of Santa Barbara County have diedthis year due to contracting the flu. In assessing the health records of these 8 fatalities, it has been revealed that 7 of the 8 had received the current influenza vaccine.

May 17 09:31

Beyond the Flint tragedy: Contaminated drinking water is everywhere in America

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, became a national news story, and for good reason. Republican leaders in the state were finally forced to take steps to stop the poisoning of Flint's drinking water with lead and other toxins, foisted on the community as part of a short-sighted cost-cutting measure. Despite improvements, the future of Flint's water supply is uncertain, but at least that story has brought increased attention to the problem of lead in water in many large cities, including Chicago.

The grim reality, however, is that the problems with American drinking water are diverse and widespread, even if most aren't quite as severe as what happened in Flint. Agricultural waste in particular is poisoning water, especially in rural areas, creating a myriad of health risks. Current government policy remains poorly equipped to deal with this issue.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

For being derelict in their duty to provide clean water for their citizens, city and county officials, wherever there is a water crisis of their own making, should be doing hard jail time.

There are conservational experts and water experts who would understand how not to let this happen, and they should be an important part of every city and county infrastructure in this country.

May 17 09:23

'Explosive Eruption' At Kilauea Volcano Sends Ash Sky-High, Locals Urged To Shelter In Place

It seemed things at Hawaii's Kilauea Voclano were calming down just a bit Wednesday night, but then an explosive eruption from the volcano's summit crater sent ash over 25,000 feet into the atmosphere at around 5 a.m. local time Thursday.

Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency says people should shelter in place if possible as the ash plume is expected to spread to the southeast, creating difficult driving conditions.

The National Weather Service has issued an ashfall advisory for the vicinity of Kilauea.

Developing story...

May 17 09:02

Mega Tsunami simulation for Hawaii

May 17 07:38

Stunned scientists find BLUEBERRIES are better at destroying cancer cells than conventional radiation therapy alone

The University of Missouri research team wanted to investigate the use of blueberry extract as a radiosensitizer – a non-toxic, natural substance which enhances the efficacy of conventional cancer treatments like radiation and chemotherapy. The team previously had success treating prostate cancer using a polyphenol in red grapes called resveratrol as a radiosensitizer.

To their surprise, blueberry extract not only proved to be a powerful radiosensitizer, but was shown to be an even more effective cervical cancer treatment than radiation.

May 17 06:12

Ebola Goes Urban: WHO Warns of "Potential for EXPLOSIVE INCREASE"

Ebola is back, and in a "new phase." The deadly hemorrhagic fever is no longer confined to the remote regions of the Congo. On Wednesday, a man was diagnosed in Mbandaka, a city with a population of nearly 1.2 million people in Equateur Province, which is in the northwestern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Ebola has gone urban.

And that means the real crisis is just beginning.

May 16 21:41

YouTube begins banning video channels for talking about CBD oil; claims CBD oil “poses risk of serious physical harm or death”

Jumping in bed with Big Pharma and the corrupt cancer industry, YouTube has begun banning entire video channels that post videos describing the compassionate use of CBD oil in cancer patients.

In addition to re-banning the Health Ranger video channel over a video that called for racial unity and peace in our world (see below), YouTube has now permanently banned the “Natural News” channel, claiming a 43-second video we posted about the compassionate healing potential of CBD oil was subjecting viewers to “risk of serious physical harm or death.” Rather than allowing the issuance of three strikes before banning a channel, YouTube permanently banned our channel with a single strike.

May 16 16:44

Man charged in Northland shootings says ‘voices’ told him who to shoot

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The man who admitted to investigators that he shot at a man in a "luxurious" car, a man on a motorcycle and a man in his driveway Friday night now faces charges for two of the three shootings.

Arnoldo Pompa-Rascon, 41, faces one count of first-degree assault, two counts of armed criminal action and one count of discharging a firearm from a vehicle for both of the shootings that happened in Clay County.

May 16 16:04

Astronomers have lost track of nearly 900 asteroids that could be on a deadly collision course with Earth

Astronomers have lost track of nearly 900 near-Earth asteroids.

These space rocks, which orbit uncomfortably close to our planet, were spotted just once by scientists.

Researchers were unable to continue tracking them, which means they have no way of knowing if they are on a collision course with Earth.

Despite fears they could smash into Earth, experts say there is a 'low chance' of of surprise near-Earth asteroids causing damage.

May 16 13:42

Surgeon Reveals Why Texting Causes So Much Neck Stress

Texting can create so much neck stress, it’s like carrying four adult-size bowling balls on the cervical spine.

May 16 13:41

WHO to Eliminate Trans-Fatty Acids from the Global Food Supply

Trans fats that are often used in cheap and processed snack foods are responsible for over half a million deaths worldwide, every year, which is why the World Health Organization (WHO) has demanded that it be removed entirely from our food supply.

May 16 13:20

Live NEWS/PALESTINE Laila Anwar al-Ghandour becomes the face of Gaza carnage

This was caused by Hate!

Laila Anwar al-Ghandour, an eight-month-old baby girl, died of tear-gas inhalation at dawn, Gaza's Ministry of Health says, highlighting international outrage over the killings by Israeli soldiers of 60 Palestinians who joined in a massive protest against the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem.

Laila was the youngest fatality of the demonstrations on Monday, which were held in the run up to the 70th anniversary on Tuesday of the Nakba, or Catastrophe, the day the state of Israel was established on May 15, 1948, forcing hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homes.

May 16 12:03

Proposed GMO Disclosure Rule Leaves Consumers in the Dark

Last week, the Department of Agriculture published a long-awaited draft rule implementing a groundbreaking disclosure law for foods with genetically engineered ingredients, commonly called GMOs.

Americans should have the right to know what’s in their food and how it’s grown, just like consumers in 64 other nations. When Congress passed the first-ever national GMO food disclosure law in 2016 – and blocked states from passing or enforcing their own labeling laws – lawmakers promised consumers a disclosure system that would cover more ingredients and be simple to use.

May 16 11:52

Hawaii eruption news update LIVE: Major eruption of Kilauea could be IMMINENT

HAWAII’s Kilauea volcano is continuing its reign of terror, as new reports threaten a major eruption could be imminent. Locals were forced to evacuate after an explosive new fissure opened on Sunday, hurtling molten lava and rocks into the air. Here are the latest updates and news from Express.co.uk

May 16 11:46

Hawaii on red alert as Kilauea volcano eruption plumes of ash grounds planes

May 16 11:44

Hawaii Eruption: Inside The Red Cross Shelter

May 16 11:44

Inspirational people: Leilani Estates resident Ikaika Marzo

May 16 11:42

Lava tour operators fined

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